11 Burst results for "Adam johnston"
"adam johnston" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Hold on i just i just screwed up. I almost played the new randy rainbow. Which i will do but not yet all right. Sorry i sort of blew it. I thought we'd end the show on that but now because she's here and standing by and i don't have the full theme song will go for the short one. Oh it starts here This is the thing we used to do. And i'm so excited. She's back our friend. Deborah newell tore nello. You know her as lipper it on the twitter and elsewhere stock in florida even though she's got a beautiful home in ontario canada that she can't go to because our borders are closed. Hey dad hey deborah how you doing because you know we're surviving. I guess i guess. That's the operative word for today. It's in quebec nonsense back. I'm sorry they don't mind. Bet they probably. Would you know like they are here florida. We don't want any state to have to take responsibility for us. So i i hear it. So they closed the border with the united states But now because we were so poorly managed. Hello but now they're having their own outbreaks to. Yeah yes yes especially in the cities Toronto and montreal Overwhelmed just like old major cities But in In general they've handled it a lot better. They still have much better numbers than we do. Yeah well everybody's handled it a lot better. It's true you know. And i guess we should start. I started with the oil flora. Because this is what we're going to talk about today. You know we've done this before where we poke fun at florida man the proverbial florida man because there are so many of them and they're not always of the male gender. There are some women women. Who are florida man to excuse me but i thought we should start since you know. We just had this coup attempt at the capitol and a lot of these terrorists. Which is what. I call them are being identified and there are pictures floating around. I thought i pulled the picture of this guy. I guess i didn't the guy who mine but you're talking about michael cossio of summer field. No actually i i'm talking about. Is adam johnston adam johnson. Father of five thirty six years old from perish. Florida who traveled to dc from florida with a group of pro. Do what they call protesters with a group of insurrectionists who later stormed the capital to oppose a peaceful transfer of power presidential power. Well i got. I don't even know where the picture would be. It's the guy you saw him Leaving the capitol building holding the podium with the speakers insignia on it as he's been well he's actually from parish in herald he was identified by the bradenton herald. But that's his name. Is adam johnson. He's thirty six year. Old father of five and his wife is a doctor own good and he is a member of what braintrust posing that thing like. Oh you're stealing. He is odio right. he is a trumper. I guess a nonperson because it seems like all. These people were queuing on people. Aren't they the man seen gleefully stealing what looks to be house speaker. Nancy pelosi's podium. Is now an infamous photo from wednesday's capital riot and it's been identified by the bradenton herald as adam johnson of parish florida. Well lot of people have tried to contact mr johnson. He doesn't answer his phone. Nobody answers his phone but they have identified him. I just got word that allegedly he has already been arrested but he's not alone. A central florida man was among those arrested. Wednesday after trump supporters breached the capital. Michael curzio. that's who you mentioned right. Deborah of summerfield. I don't even know where that is. You summerfield florida. No i want to say. It's close to northern orlando's sort of mount. Dora but i could be wrong. There are a lot of a lot of towns. Oh yeah but there are a few others so michael. Courtesy of summerfield was was identity. This says he was arrested Now michael curzio interesting back story on this gentleman served eight years in prison. On a charge of attempted first degree murder. He was released from prison in february of two thousand nineteen case. You are wondering capital. Police arrested five others from florida. Florida including john anderson of saint augustine and matthew council of riverview florida. But my favorite might be andy williams. Andy williams is a from sanford florida. The sanford police department. And if the name sanford florida sounds familiar. That's where george zimmerman murder barter trayvon. Martin sanford florida so yeah. Aren't you proud even start. Have you know system nicole that our lustrous politicians i mean marco rubio. I have my rubio. Would buttle here and rick scott. Yeah really quiet now. I got an email from charlie crist. Because he's my congressman. Oh i'm sorry that he was I believe he's part of the group of congressmen which is growing and growing and growing and congresswoman of course To impeach the president. I'm not sure there's for that. Actually be effective. But i suppose it means that he can't ever hold office again and it's was doing. Yes but there's not really a way to get the twenty amendment invoked to because from what i understand there on enough pencil on play ball and of course you know elaine. Chao took the chicken shit escape route by by resigning. Rather than staying there to enact the twenty fifth amendment and then. I'm sorry. I laugh every time i say this. Betsy devos in protest of donald. Trump's behavior betsy devos days before he's gone Yeah what is the point right hoping to salvage. Do not know i don't. It's not like she needed the money. Why she kept the joe. I don't know but she wanted to destroy public education in the united states. This was a bridge too far for her as it should have been. But you know his other stuff wasn't that's just such as cowards and you know what. What would they really. What were they wasting for. I don't know but yeah so you got on the news a little while ago. I'm sure you too that they believe that these armed people were going in to go to mike pence because it was when he aged a mole by saying that he was not going to You know that he would certify the votes so. Did you hear the chanting that i played a little while ago. Hang.
"adam johnston" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"This message comes from. Npr sponsor avalanche providing cloud based sales tax solutions for businesses of all sizes valera automatically integrates with more than seven hundred erp and ecommerce systems learn more at avalanche dot com slash indicator support for this npr. Podcast and the following message. Come from vox media. And its new podcast. Decoder with verge. Editor-in-chief neil patel. Decoder explores the future of business and tech with business leaders like salman. Khan david chang and mark cuban find decoder wherever you get your podcasts in the early days of the cova pandemic hospitals were scrambling for equipment masks gowns. Ventilators things like that now. The problem is people. Gb silvers is a professor of healthcare finance at case western reserve university. Now we've got p. Now staff is constraint. So i think going forward that's going to be the big issue across the country and you cannot predict. You can manufacturer more. Nurses just doesn't work that way. Gb has spoken with nurses all over the country and he says simply put they are exhausted. Months of double shifts p protocols changing information patients dying and the constant fear of infection. He says it is taking a huge toll. The she people leaving people are quitting their just quitting. Which is quitting. They're saying that's it. I mean how have a problem is this. I think it's it's huge. It's really big. Jab says as the supply of nurses is shrinking. Demand for nurses is skyrocketing so called traveling. Nurses are typically the reserve supply for disasters. They go wherever they're needed but right now they are needed. Everywhere and hospitals senior centers in nursing homes across the country are madly competing for nurses. There are reports of hospitals offering six thousand dollars a week to lure them in. Gb says that is creating a crisis situation especially for hospitals in rural communities and low income areas. They don't necessarily have the money to bring in reserves or to even keep the nurses they have at the same time. They're seeing a flood of very sick. Patients states like mississippi colorado and missouri are desperate in fact the hospital. Staffing situation in north dakota got so bad that the governor doug burgum announced the state would be taking a pretty drastic measure show. Today we took a step to help address. The staffing issue with an amended state health officer order that now is going to allow a symptomatic cova positive healthcare workers to work in cova units of license healthcare facilities in other words nurses and doctors who test positive for covid but aren't showing symptoms are being asked to keep working. Adam johnston the emergency room nurse. Fargo says he could not believe it when he heard this. It feels like nurses are being sacrificed. What was especially troubling to adamant his colleagues. Was that north. Dakota hadn't taken many other measures to contain the covid. Nineteen outbreak there was no mask mandate no ban on indoor dining or large gatherings wizard will wear where the prevention measures It it felt like this concept of thank you. Heroes was tossed by the wayside. We you know through the first several months we saw lots of lots of signs you know. Thank you healthcare heroes and and people on on the news an public and and there was a great strong outpouring of support. Oh yeah and then i saw. Oh so this is how we're going to combat covert. Were going to put our nurses at risk you know now. Now where where. Where is the the the recognition for being a hero in. That says this has made things even harder at work. Feels like there's no place to relax because even the staff break room is potentially full of very sick people. You cannot let your guard down. At all atom heads north dakota's emergency nurses association and he and other healthcare workers spoke out. After the governor's announcement and the governor has since issued a statewide mask mandate and has limited gatherings and indoor dining adams's. He truly appreciates that still. He says these days his job is just really hard. So what are your days at work. Like now It's exhausting You know. I'm i'm an er nurse. I like results I like to see patients get sutures and go home. I like to see us do. Cpr revive people I'm very results oriented and to go to work every day and just say you know. Well who's who's gonna die. Today is not what. I signed up for and adams says the risk physical and psychological burnout is always looming. He says he used to be able to leave his job at work. Whatever happened during a shift. He could always leave it at the door. It was the key to avoiding burnout as a nurse. Now says he just can't they're all these moments that haunt him as he keeps thinking about this one cova patient who was getting sicker and sicker. Adam knew he was dying so he called the emergency contact so we can at least have facetime moment with a family member or a friend before he passed. There was a phone number there listed for a friend. And so i called that friend and said you know hey Do you have contact info for for his family. And he's there there is nobody. It's it's just me. I live next door. And i i go over there now on that and check in on it and so that that for me was just sort of the the epitome of seeing somebody that just died alone from this And just like very alone like like no. No face timing None of that. It just sort of put into perspective. How really truly painful. It is to witness that happen. Yeah yeah so. That's that's one patient. That i can't forget about him a lot..
"adam johnston" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Adam. Johnston is an emergency room nurse. You just got up an overnight shift. Yeah adam has been doing the job for seven years he works in fargo north dakota and what are north dakota's like we. We have a lot of. I think stoic rural population. We talk a lot. You know like if they're presenting complaint is my wife made me come into the er. There's probably something really wrong with them. They're probably actually pretty sick. Of course adams job changed totally nine months ago. The hospital got ready for a huge surge of cova cases and adam was put in charge of the inpatient cove unit. He's they saw some cases and some very sick people but they never saw the huge surge. They had prepared for but he says starting in the fall they started to see more cases and more cases and more cases. We're seeing patient volumes. That are just beyond anything that we've ever seen before. North dakota has seen cova cases spike in the last couple of months. One in ten residents of the state has gotten sick. And north dakota has the highest kovic more talapity rate in the country. Adam says the hospitals are overrun Facilities are adding hallway beds To their er to be able to see more patients like their patients out in the hallways. Yeah in bed like embeds. Yeah and what is the staffing situation now. It's it's getting ross. It's getting rough. All across the country. hospitals are reporting staffing.
"adam johnston" Discussed on WTOP
"For a typical inspection right now it might ask you to take pictures but it's pretty tough to fake it generally unless someone turns them off photographs we embedded with latitude longitude data date and time data and although there are some unfortunately there are some ways in which that data can be altered it is one method for the appraiser to check that the photographs were taken at the house as Adam Johnston at Genworth financial there are third party apps that not only help you take better pictures but can spot a Pinterest ripoff third party applications will have fraud controls built into it make sure the data is not altered or acquire multiple pictures of a room from different angles so that defects wouldn't be possibly concealed so those services actually scrape and they do pixel matching and they'll tell the appraiser wait a minute there's an eighty percent match to something on Pinterest some appraisers do now offer live virtual walk throughs Jeff label WTOP news another person in the trump administration being let go we'll have the very latest we C. B. S. news coming up next here on WTOP south six twenty six in Washington tell us what you're seeing on your commute call the WTOP traffic center at eight six six three zero for WTOP Washington's top news traffic and weather keeping you informed twenty four seven three sixty five switch to T. mobile you get four lines for just thirty Bucks each iPhone eleven on us so you can face time anytime what do you want to do but he wanted to take a portrait photo for several with the ultra wide camera I had my eyes closed.
"adam johnston" Discussed on WGN Radio
"McCaskey seventy six years old passed away with a long extended battle with cancer and we just got word of that about a half hour ago words we are going to have somebody to come on and talk about Michael but there's WGN TV is writing it he was the Manistee Papa bear was a major figure in the bears franchise over the course of four decades that's all Michael McCaskey is being remembered by the bears following the death at seventy six with a long battle with cancer a Jerry pate new incredibly well so we're trying to get G. P. I don't know exactly how willing you on but I'm I'm sure you know in some and you know Walter had a relationship with them obviously and Michael was you know a lot of people are just looking on on Twitter saying a lot of nice things about a complicated guy who was under is not beloved in this town when he was running the bears that's for sure but deserved a it's somebody that's kinda hard to meld into one ball and and say who he was it's it's so well hopefully we get somebody who's who was around a little bit more to to kind of break it down yeah and frustrations from fans when it comes to the winning in football side of the organization is one thing but condolences to the McCaskey family they've do incredible amount of work in the Chicago area in Chicago when it comes to charitable efforts Michael McCaskey the oldest of eleven and started bears care which is there to do charitable arm and is very is millions of dollars they've all they've always been active in the community and things like that so condolences to the bears organization in the casket family and just think about people that might want to talk about we're not not want to talk about about what you know you knew him well so guys like you're jamming malls becoming a team for a long time so so maybe maybe you moved on there we'll see what happens here but what we'll try mine or a Michael McCaskey is like this yep so along those lines as we and that was a very enjoyable conversation with Jake Rogel producer of of the last dance as tomorrow night will be the final night of you figure out your meal for tomorrow night there but why I asked you this show started with carm criticizing my pancakes that I made this morning but I have been cooking up a storm and I asked you because you know everything about Michael Jordan you are the biggest Jordan junkie I know what did George and have like a go to meal what was his favorite meal that he have a dash I mean you got it owns a steak house obviously like steak the Jordan twenty three ounce steak you go meet tomorrow night do I look to I called butcher tomorrow and ask for a twenty three ounce cotton that's I mean that's the upper level move that you should I'm not so you should make it but that be great place great idea com yeah the search for twenty three on state begins so here we go we've got to John moon Mullin on the line here who NBC sports Chicago long time covering the bears mood I actually get to see you on zoom yesterday you're you're looking good over their mood good to have you have you on Sir thanks for taking a second all right bye airbrushed myself so anyway so hello help us kind of explain who Michael McCaskey was a complicated guy moon yeah I gotta tell ya I'm this I'm very sad about this area Michael actually used a graduated number in high school about the couple years ahead of me many years ahead of Adam Johnston the public get let it but he he really nailed it he's in a complicated guy and I think I was a misunderstood give me just a little anecdotes or an anecdote about that there was a chance to kind of you know fungal most embarrassed or something like that and I'd gotten information that some but the bears with doing something really really wonderful charity wise and I still went to Michael at this distance and this is Michael just what your mind can you start talking about that is really a sacrilege what you doing Instagram moon should really I appreciate that but we really we really like to keep that stuff private and was a little slash that he wants to hear them in the cash use who got such I I agree I think such a bad rap you have the mind using them that way I mean they were doing things for people that no one knew about a Michael almost with a deal the motivator the driver for so much of that but you can give me a little clue about what kind of it wasn't really looking for a claim you know people job we a few of the mediocre head to our times within sometime just because he didn't always want to give you your unlimited time or whatever but you know there were things like that that just kind of like me this guy is not what is not what everybody sees on the outside and again I think there's a lot of substance there and yeah however I am saddened to data entry task would be fair to say that he was kind of may disorder I don't know if the fall guys the right word moon but kind of was put out in front for the family to do things that you know was was were hard decisions and Hey if you got a problem with that you're good you're good Michael's going to be the one that's going to take the bullets I guess you know what that day when you go back to the eighty five bears unthinkable Wilbur Marshall and stuff like that were you know people blamed he was the guy that this is the reason that the team was not carried out there and and maybe that was unfair hi Angela it was because of their opportunities you know and and I'm not this isn't a fault finding thing but sometimes during the summer so pointed finger to player who was offered a fabulous deal and whatever reason business wise or team wise leaders didn't match or whatever but at the same time they were rude lavishing incredible contracts on look you remember Brian **** search allows and Spellman G. sometimes you didn't always get the right guy but he wasn't just cheapness but yeah and and there's so many reasons why the eighty five there isn't only won one Super Bowl and only got one and Michael I would say is honestly down the list of reasons why that were you know why they didn't do more because the other end and people moving this is before free agency but members what plan B. or their work their way is that your mobile Marshall laughter yeah Michael had to make some hard decisions you don't know which one they want one always popular but in any of the other thing too he had a it's a hard job to do that kind of sucks need bottom bear yeah that was of the top actor following and and Dick you have to work with it was biking and kind of try to transition the team into something else into free agency I remember sitting down and up in this office the kind of the night before they were fired it can just New York Jan talking about free agency he saw many more things that I think people gave it credit for and you could do to make something to miss mistakes well don't we all but there's a kind of a complicated guy who had a very he was in charge of the bears won free agency was starting when really how do you keep that team together there were so many so many forces at work I don't think I'm not sure Michael would get turned off credit for kind of having his hand on the wheel to some to some very interesting walkers what a life outside of football graduate of Yale University in nineteen sixty five spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia he taught classes at UCLA associate professor at Harvard I know what we're focusing on football for a bit there obviously because he ran there is but you have co founder of bears care the the organization's Gerald charitable arm right I mean what a life how would you know a moon you know it would be that's a good question how well do we know people I mean I've you can with her we we're going to Notre Dame high school together couple years apart but the I don't know again I just Eric totally observer thinking about those kinds of little conversations at the old house hall which was girls slipped a little tiny building the media room was right by the front door everybody which was great because everybody had to go by no one I just read read working like doing some freelance stuff or whatever Michael came by just going to grab a coke and sat down and we just talk about the we we're we're the sports business where the media business was going yeah but it's hardly knew somebody well in a business environment just because an employer private again like I said using the anecdote about charity they were into the cascades Michael in particular wasn't about having self on the backer it would be improper chest about things so obviously you really knew somebody who was a complex individual I think it is also talking about Michael did a ton of which was quite an accomplished a target for many of the things to him besides his presidency of the bears and I think that's the time for reflecting on the list so much more to him no more we really appreciate you jumping on and give us a couple moments here on on Michael McCaskey passed away at the seventy six and Hey I hope you're feeling great moon I I know you're you're you're battling over there we we love seeing you and I really love talking and that's it thanks so much you have to do it detention interesting times application I do start a cancer trial on Monday so I got high hopes okay let's go I I fingers crossed baby I love you I love your attitude moon and again it was it was awesome to see yesterday so Hey Witt war war with you man and again thanks for being on okay guys engine John moon Mullin one of just took one of the classiest dudes around here covering covering the team and a new Michael McCaskey I don't know that went to high school that was kinda cool yeah I did I know he's a photographer Michael McCaskey yeah all right quick time out because it's gonna join us next we'll of course was on the eighty six bears play for the organization so we'll talk to Glen Kozlowski next seven twenty WGN right now today lows is open open to build open to reassure open to provide.
"adam johnston" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Okay so I got my baseball love out of the way a little bit I did mention yesterday a lot of people are having fun with this Colorado if you heard this yesterday I what MLB twenty all right on Saint Patrick's day when I bought it and I figure okay we got baseballs on a plate to play the white Sox franchise and I figured okay I I did some settings and ice okay ever let that computer based run for me but I'll do the fielding and so very first game Saxon Royals guaranteed rate fly ball laughed you lie about is is coming in and the ball goes off his head for an error and then the screen flashes up and says he will he has suffered a skull fracture I did see this on Miller's Paul yeah he is he is out for six plus months so I told Miller that yesterday Miller said and you didn't you restarted the season immediately they knew I said no I said I just kept going on thank goodness I got Adam Engel I can't do that so why did I go there three in their three into after five games there in Kansas errands Cleveland I think for the third of a three game set and he's he couldn't believe it so there I was surprised that it was only like fifty five forty six of fifty five forty five of people that said I should re started the season yeah what we do here at your man of integrity I well okay I would probably restart yeah and so I used to play the old MLB two K. game because I was on Xbox and I was playing one time and I got probably three or four seasons in into franchise mode yeah I might try to my team because there's a fancy draft and all the sudden he disappears from the game I I looked at the retirement list and this leaves you know yeah this is prior was this to Katie twelve okay it's the only David price on the cover and also he's gone vanished from the game is not I check all the other teams because that's a name I would have like to re sign in free agency you're always afraid yeah you're not going to list everything you've just gone and so I restarted back okay I think that's a little more understand why the one thing that this game has we're gonna get this of football's second the one thing that the game has is they have a March to October and what you do is if you play some situations like it says okay read all the Lopez as a no hitter through six at your playing the red Sox taken over it see if you can finish the no hitter are couldn't ari these based off of real things that happen this season before is all these aren't easy gesture I have done that kind of thing where you know I've done that mad they're mad moment sure sure yeah and his soul I did that that it was another one in you know you got to come back so I've always done but I started that it in that obviously you know you are just playing still so he has he's not got a skull fracture in that league so I figure I'll play a ball to see how it goes I may refer I can always restart another one but what I'm doing is I'm playing at the Sox and cubs every day cubs are two or three soccer three into Kris Bryant's got five overs in the first five games he's lightened up leadoff well that's a valuable trade yes now yes yes I believe he's lied **** or well I asked the question about the NFL do you believe in bass player available at one of the reasons I ask that is the NFL NFL dot com came out with a mock draft the other day and they had the bears taking number forty three grand del put from their site is is there a safety for LSU and then fifty a pick they took Brycen Hopkins a tight end for Purdue and when I was sitting with Miller yesterday yes I can't believe they're gonna take another tight end well I think a lot of bears fans think they probably should take another tight end but I don't know if they think they should take him there but you see the NFL dot com mock they took a safety in a tight end no offense of linemen sold today right before I come in and I'm always watching the athletic I'm always reading the athletic and two guys they know their stuff Adam Johnson Kevin fish brain Kevin fish brings out a lot they did there mock draft two point L. and in our mock draft two point L. Kevin fish brain talk USC offense of tackle Austin Jackson with the forty third pick the bears first pick of the draft and Adam Johnston Boise state offense of tackle as rock Cleveland now they both took offense of tackles and then with the fiftieth pick face pain talk southern Illinois safety Jeremy Chinn and Adam jobs took cornerback tree five digs which makes a little more sense because they need both of those positions and I also saw today a mock draft of the back page of the Tribune and this is red bags first mock draft he has the bears taking a quarterback from Auburn with the forty third pick and a wide receiver Michael Pittman junior from USC the fiftieth pick now the bears need do need more wide receiver help but again they don't take it off as a tackle now I just want to know what your opinion is of taking the best player available or that's that's the goal is to vote yes we go to that's always the fall back for general managers well when it gets to our selection will look at our boarded the bass player that's still available on our board will take that's fine you never you always light was anyway so why would I expect general managers to be honest with you we ask that question but if it's the best player available of the positions you need that's fine now it was an outstanding player that you can't understand why he dropped so far that you have a question why what do other teams know the you don't know but if you need players I'm always concerned about drafting for are the best player available as opposed to needs the bears I always thought the bears are gonna grab a quarterback that they got Nick Foles I don't think they will take Jaylen hurts if you still there in the second round I didn't think they would I thought they might grab him with the fiftieth pick if he was still available now I'm not so sure since they brought Tyler Bray had to be the third guy again because he knows the offense and he worked with Nick Foles in Kansas city and you know as long as you know or what have worked with either Ryan pace or Matt Nagy somewhere along the line you can get a job with the Chicago Bears that's how it works the other thing I wanted to say so if you happen to have an opinion three one two three three two three seven seven six or get to me on Twitter at Fred underscore human or the other thing I was originally I was sent here the day the bears signed Jimmy Graham the bears signed Jimmy Graham last Monday that this past Monday the Monday before at six forty five the announcement came over the unofficial announcement they announce the sightings earlier this week and it was fifteen minutes before I had a show starting on Monday night and I couldn't understand why I can understand why they gave him two years sixteen million nine million guaranteed over the last week I've become a little softer on that opinion now I don't think it's that bad of a deal Jimmy Graham earlier this week talked about what he likes about this bears offense of system for me it really you know it's just like Kansas city is often and this is the closest I've gotten them all from the no back when I was with New Orleans well you know for me you know moving forward you know it was it was about looking out you know what teams were put in place of what teams had in place a great defense you know because you know you can't win deep in the player below to get the fence and then the right system for myself you know that was kind of the biggest draw for me was you know coach record from that you know usually tied in the way that the way that I know how to use so you know for me and all the companies I have a coach you know just make it make sense to me you know to be able to to use match ups and either cutting down the field you know which is very attractive and you know we could meet you know I'm I mean that's what I am you know I'm not not a problem so you know for me to get back to that and get back to run down the field and get back to score touchdowns and you know help me clean up push for the playoffs that's right Carol now those are all things that bears fans would love to see we'd love to see him be match up nightmare we love to see him be able to do things and catch touchdowns and go for that I'm starting to think now if always a big effort to come to Chicago sports yes well part ordering as well if Trey Burton can be healthy and put the numbers up he did in twenty eighteen that Jimmy Graham could have a really good year if the bears could light up Trey Burton at one side Jimmy Graham on the other you would give Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles guys to throw the ball to tight ends that can throw catch the ball in twenty eighteen people forget the trade Burnett fifty four catches five hundred sixty nine yards a ten point five average six touchdowns if you get six touchdowns Trey Burton in five or six touchdowns from Jimmy Graham the bears could be a really good team coming up next season now last year we know Trey Burton was hurt was out there enough you had fourteen catches for eighty four yards a six yard average that can't happen you need your tight as to be able to go down the field for decades the bears couldn't find tight ends then they found a couple that they found Greg Olsen that they let him go because he didn't fit in the offense yeah that was wonderful so I don't think the Jimmy Graham is as bad as I originally thought you agree you disagree you can jump in three one two three three two three seven seven six we come back I don't know if you got a play list while you're working out what you're doing stuff around the house but I gotta play list for ya of those songs with social distancing that have they are they all kind of tie into the social distancing or what we're doing right now and these are rough days with the pandemic three one two three three two three seven seven six will listen those we come back here on ESPN one thousand on.
"adam johnston" Discussed on KOMO
"On change only happens when you challenge the status quo and not long after gun rights groups filed suit to stop enforcement. A judge has ordered the man accused of plotting and his logic state inspired attack near Washington DC held without bond. Federal prosecutors say Rondell Henry intended to kill as many people as possible. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon. Komo news time three thirty one. With Lisa Jaffe. I'm Taylor van Cise starting tomorrow domestic violence offenders caught on the sequoias tribe reservation can now be prosecuted, even if they're not native American under a new law. Anyone caught assaulting a partner on the port. Madison. Indian reservation Kitsap county could face domestic violence charges tribal. Prosecutors could already charge native offenders on tribal land, but because of previous court decisions efforts against non natives were limited. According to a two thousand sixteen Justice department study forty percent. Of native American and Alaskan native women have been victims of physical and psychological violence, the port Madison Indian reservation is home to about seventy six hundred people both native and non native a man is in custody after an explosion at an ATM in Tacoma and the police chase through two counties. This started when an ATM on Pacific avenue was blown up overnight lacy police spotted a suspicious vehicle that took off reaching speeds of one hundred miles an hour. He and Tom water, the driver, ditched, the car and ran through a swamp. He was cut by a police dog with the Thurston county sheriff's office. Then they contacted Loretta cool with Tacoma police. They had the suspect from our explosion in custody. So our detectives went down to verify and they believe yes. This is the man responsible for our explosion this morning. The man being called a person of interest and may be linked to other ATM explosions in Lacey and elsewhere in Pierce county. Boeing revealed today, how the grounding of the seven seven max cut into its delivery schedule in the first quarter of twenty. Eighteen Boeing delivered one hundred thirty two of its most popular model this year that number tumbled to eighty nine. The company did not disclose. How many of the seven thirty sevens? Were the max version, and it continues to produce an earlier model, but the max is expected to account for a high very high percentage of seven thirty seven deliveries this year separately today. American Airlines cut a key revenue estimate after cancelling twelve hundred flights in the first quarter due to the grounding of its twenty four max jets. Seattle's been on many lists like the best place to live or the fastest growing city. But KOMO sue Romero tells a Seattle is also on a list that no city wants to be on. It's called the drunk driving cities in America. And on the ranking of twenty five cities Seattle came in seventeenth analyst, Adam Johnston with insurance. Marketplace quote wizard says they looked at data collected from there. More than one million online users like driving infractions, including DU is. And the news is not great last ending down as far as overall quality. He says, even if you've. Ever had a DUI being in a city with a high rate of them could still affect you. If you are a driver.
"adam johnston" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"I really appreciate our sponsors including this week skill share. Thanks so much skill share. You guys are awesome. They are an online learning community for creators, if you've not checked it out before you can take classes in social media marketing mobile, photography, creative writing illustration, all kinds of stuff. Even what was I looking at just now excel for the real world gain, the basic skills of Microsoft excel, you might fall asleep with that one. But you will go away having learned something. Join the millions of students learning on skill share with a special offer that offer is to get two months of skill share for free. How that pretty great price two months. Unlimited access twenty five thousand classes for free to sign up. Go to skill share dot com slash hustle, again that is still share dot com slash hustle to start your two months now. What's up my friends? Hello side will school community. Let's talk about trivia nights. Also known as pub quiz popularized in the UK. But increasingly common in the US and elsewhere around the world now in this episode pair of Cincinnati bartenders transformed their version of trivia night into a seven figure franchise one point two million dollar business. They do this with investment capital and a buy in from Elon Musk, a wait. No. I'm reading that wrong. It's actually just three hundred dollars of startup funds. That is correct. Three hundred dollars of startup funds becomes a seven figure trivia night business now also in the spirit of the topic. Here are three common trivia questions. I'm gonna give you the questions now. And the answer is will be revealed at the end of the zone because that's kind of how it works with trivia. So question number one. What is the most common blood type question number two, which animal is faster, a kangaroo or zebra in some parts of the world known as zebra in all parts of the world known as a kangaroo and number three on which was no. Napolean exiled following his defeat at Waterloo. So three questions for you. There. Here is a shout out to our sponsor than the story some analysis, and of course, the three answers. Stay tuned Sonesta school is brought to you by ship station. I really appreciate their support of our community for what is it? More than two years. Now crazy, thank you so much ship station. Guys are awesome. And if you have not seen ship station, we've got checked it out. It is for people with physical products who are sending them out in the mail or by courier, if you're trying to ramp up the business, and you're shipping a lot of stuff or you're standing in line at the post office for hours don't do that don't waste your time. I used to do that myself many years ago when I was first selling stuff, and if only I had had the service, I would've loved it. I would have saved so much time. They can also help you save money. So all kinds of good stuff right now, you can try it free for thirty days and get an additional month free, only if you use the promo code hustle. So don't wait. Go to ship station dot com before you do anything else. Click the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in that word hustle that is ship station dot com. Enter hustle ship station makes ship. Happen. There are many people who can say they found their perfect side-hustle while drinking in a bar, but for Cincinnati bartender, Adam Johnston, that's exactly what happened way back in two thousand seven Adam. And his buddy drew Turner got into the habit of attending mid week, trivia nights and local bars around town. They loved the atmosphere the questions and the friendly rivalry. But the more shows they attended them where they felt they could do a better job. They saw a real opportunity to provide a more entertaining service than the Ardy established companies in the area. So Adam roped in his quiz partner slash co host drew to create their own version of trivia night. They invested three hundred dollars in simple sound equipment, mainly speakers microphone cables to connect to Adams laptop. So they could effectively host the show, then they sourced curated or research challenging questions. They could ask anybody who attended Adam. And drew knew that having the equipment and a new formula wasn't enough to get them any paid gigs at a bar despite having a large presence in the UK and Europe if you're from there, you might know them as pub quiz instead at the time, trivia nights. Still fairly new to the American audience. The pair knew they were going to get any bookings. They needed bartenders to see the experience first hand to understand the potential so they decided they would host an exhibition night. Now, if you've never attended a trivia not yourself, here's a quick rundown. You compete as part of a team to answer questions posed by the host, commonly these questions cover, lots of different topics like sports films and music, but they can also be specialized such as a Star Wars trivia night or a Harry Potter night. The questions are usually interspersed with music or conversations with the crowd, depending on the host and the team with the highest number of correct answers at the end wins. That team often gets a prize like a round of drinks at the bar or a small sum of cash to find bar owners to attend exhibition night adamantly relied heavily on their network of friends. They contacted anyone they could think of who had a connection to a bar or knew someone who did eventually they had a handful of our owners willing to attend at exhibition night was a hit and instantly landed them a regular gig at a Cincinnati bar called champions grill to grow their client base. They then employed much the same technique over and over again, they would network with. Anyone they could find invite Barnard's down to participate in one of their now paid live events within a few months. They had more than ten clients Adams says bar owners or some of the best people to network with. They tend to move in social circles with other owners, and they always want their friends to succeed. So they're happy to refer you onwards. The key to getting into take on a trivia night is to present it as a solution to one of their problems. Usually, this means turning one of their quiet and least profitable nights into a recurring event and his experience Adam has seen bar owners. Use the trivia nights to turn usually dormant evenings into thousands of dollars of income understanding this can also help you come in a good rate for an evening's work. Adam Andrew started by charging bars one hundred and fifty dollars per night,
"adam johnston" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"I really appreciate our sponsors including this week skill share. Thanks so much skill share. You guys are awesome. They are an online learning community for creators, if you've not checked it out before you can take classes in social media marketing mobile, photography, creative writing illustration, all kinds of stuff. Even what was I looking at just now excel for the real world gain, the basic skills of Microsoft, excel see might fall asleep with that one. But you will go away having learned something. Join the millions of students learning on skill share with a special offer that offer is to get two months of skill share for free. How at that? Pretty great price two months. Unlimited access twenty five thousand classes for free to sign up to skill share dot com slash hustle, again that is still share dot com slash hustle to start your two months now. What's up my friends? Hello side will school community. Let's talk about trivia nights. Also known as pub quiz popularized in the UK. But increasingly common in the US and elsewhere around the world now in this episode pair of Cincinnati bartenders transformed their version of trivia night into a seven figure franchise one point two million dollar business. They do this with investment capital and a buy-in from Elon Musk a wait. No. I'm reading that wrong. It's actually just three hundred dollars of startup funds. That is correct. Three hundred dollars of startup funds becomes a seven figure trivia night business now also in the spirit of the topic. Here are three common trivia questions. I'm gonna give you the questions now. And the answer is will be revealed at the end of the episode because that's kind of how it works with trivia. So question number one. What is the most common blood type question number two, which animal is faster, a kangaroo or zebra in some parts of the world known as zebra in all parts of the world known as a kangaroo and number three on which was no. Polian exiled following his defeat at Waterloo. So three questions for you. There. Here is a shout out to our sponsor than the story some analysis, and of course, the three answers. Stay tuned Sonesta school is brought to you by ship station. I really appreciate their support of our community for what is it? More than two years. Now crazy, thank you so much ship station. Guys are awesome. And if you have not seen ship station, we've got checked it out. It is for people with physical products who are sending them out in the mail or by courier, if you're trying to ramp up the business, and you're shipping a lot of stuff or you're standing in line at the post office for hours don't do that don't waste your time. I used to do that myself many years ago when I was first selling stuff, and if only I had had the service, I would've loved it. I would have saved so much time. They can also help you save money. So all kinds of good stuff right now, you can try it free for thirty days and get an additional month free, only if you use the promo code hustle. So don't wait. Go to ship station dot com before you do anything else. Click the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in that word hustle. That is ship station dot com, inter hustle. Ship station makes ship. Happen. There are many people who can say they found their perfect side-hustle while drinking in a bar, but for Cincinnati bartender, Adam Johnston, that's exactly what happened way back in two thousand seven Adam. And his buddy drew Turner got into the habit of attending week, trivia nights and local bars around town. They loved the atmosphere the questions and the friendly rivalry. But the more shows they attended them where they felt they could do a better job. They saw a real opportunity to provide a more entertaining service than the already established companies in the area. So Adam roped in his quiz partner slash co host drew to create their own version of trivia night. They invested three hundred dollars in simple sound equipment, mainly speakers microphone cables to connect to Adams laptop. So they could effectively host the show, then they sourced curated or research challenging questions. They could ask anybody who attended Adam. And drew that having the equipment and a new formula wasn't enough to get them any paid gigs at a bar despite having a large presence in the UK and Europe if you're from there, you might know them as pub quiz instead at the time, trivia nights. Still fairly new to the American audience. The pair knew they were going to get any bookings. They needed bartenders to see the experienced first-hand to understand the potential so they decided they would host an exhibition night. Now, if you have never attended a trivia, not yourself. Here's a quick rundown. You compete as part of a team to answer questions posed by the host, commonly these questions cover, lots of different topics like sports films and music, but they can also be specialized such as a Star Wars trivia night or a Harry Potter night. The questions are usually interspersed with music or conversations with the crowd, depending on the host and the team with the highest number of correct answers at the end wins. That team often gets a prize like a round of drinks at the bar or a small sum of cash to find bar owners to attend exhibition night adamantly relied heavily on their network of friends. They contacted anyone they could think of who had a connection to a bar or knew someone who did eventually they had a handful of bar owners willing to attend that exhibition night was a hit and instantly landed them a regular gig at a sense nutty bar called champions grill to grow their client base. They then employed much the same technique over and over again, they would network. Anyone they could find invite Barnard's down to participate in one of their now paid live events within a few months. They had more than ten clients Adams says bar owners or some of the best people to network with. They tend to move in social circles with other owners, and they always want their friends to succeed. So they're happy to refer you onwards. The key to getting into take on a trivia night is to present it as a solution to one of their problems. Usually, this means turning one of their quiet and least profitable nights into a recurring event and his experience Adam has seen bar owners. Use the trivia nights to turn usually dormant evenings into thousands of dollars of income understanding this can also help you come in a good rate for an evening's work. Adam Andrew started by charging bars one hundred and fifty dollars per night,
"adam johnston" Discussed on Filmhaus
"Hey, guys. Welcome to a very special episode of film house where it's only two atoms. Joined by Adam Johnston. Hello from your movie sucks dot org. You got it. Right. I did some people say Johnson, I actually know. Well, because we how did we get in contact? It was your fan rooster teeth. And and I would drop your name channel. Because I was like, I'm I'm just a general fan of this guy. And then you I forgot how we tweeted each other or something. Yeah. It's a people posted my sub read it like, hey, funhouse knows Adam. And then I forget, I think I followed you on Twitter something where you following me already know who knows either. Yeah. Yeah. That. That. Hi, hi. And then you become friends, but you were actually in our content before we even started this show that we do now film house. We had realized we started doing so many podcasts where we would just talk about movies that we said why don't we just do this once a week, and you actually kind of being very much an inspiring force behind that. Because I found out. Oh, there are people there who are willing to talk snarky about films, and there are people willing to watch it. Surprisingly. Well, what you do. I guess has been called a film essay. On the video. Yeah. So let you so you do have a different you have different types of series. Where you you do make fun of bad movies? Would you say, that's your most popular content? Yes. See why MS reviews, the your movie sucks reviews, where I go through the film, sometimes frame by frame, depending on the scene to how many times do you watch a film? So I mean, I have to watch at once before I decide if I'm going to review it for something like that. Then I watch it twice the second time taking notes, and then as I'm going through it editing-wise sometimes during that process there will be points where I'm noticing things about the film like in amusement. That's where I found that like weird extra frame like there's no way you can notice that while watching it was misleading sometimes going through editing. Yeah. Well, I I discovered you I want to say it was the main east gone missing or dismiss and Megan is miss him. Michael Goi joint. Yeah. Who I see his name pop up? Sometimes they'll from time to time where he's still mentioned or he was like, a DP made this horrible film. And I guess you were doing I guess other people have been doing like red letter media things, but I felt like your your reviews spoke more to the internet age, especially with the mania Megan's gone missing. Where one of the things that stuck with me was you point out how kids don't talk that way. Or you're making fun of the way people are trying to do drugs or drug portrayals done in video. Whereas a lot of other film essays it's more about people getting to the feelings of lamb like the what's the who's that wonderful capping Christian? I very much enjoyed. Yeah. I, but I would definitely call you guys like almost polar opposites. Yeah. Well, his are more like short and sweet love letters that. You know, talk about experiences and giving context to how each of what he's each of the subjects. He's talking about was created its cultural impact. And although there are films that I cover where I'm able to talk about those if I'm just tearing apart some crappy movie Megan is missing it's really difficult to talk about the cultural impact of that film more like the themes, even though it's like sure there are themes that exist, but they're not they're not properly illustrated. Right. So I feel like also to a lot of your early notoriety came from things like cool cat, and the you finding these sort of like gems on the internet as much hate using. That term the gems lead in Jim. Yeah. I it seems like read it is like your best friend and sworn enemy. At the same time. It's it's this giant force that could work for you or against. I mean, that's honestly, how I discover your stuff was making gone missing was on the front page of read it, and I just checked it out. And that's how I found you. But you've been working for much longer before that..
"adam johnston" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"City officials have declined to say why garcia was placed on leave last fall and what decision was reached that allowed her to return to work late last month a few weeks ago nobody would give up what her status was recall to people were placed on leave following the release of the mccartin report she was one weeks ago question was well let's see are they working or are they getting paid to sit on the beach the hell's going on her leave initiated by city manager brian snyder came after the public release of mccart fraud assessment which said that many of the findings should have been identified and addressed earlier by city previously thermal auditors or its internal auditor oh joy if your mayor alan webber coming into this mess all i know there's point is you know what everybody else knows is basically everybody has been asked basically to resign except for a few were given interim contracts to make the transition smooth and then reapply based on this story and based on past stories here's what i would do if i was ellen weber just to be blunt i would not retain these people actually i would not retain those three people i would not retain brian snyder city manager i would not retain adam johnston as city finance director and i sure as heck would not retain miss carseat sounds to me like these are pretty serious problems at the city manager and city finance director either should have a handle on corrected or come clean come clean before the new administration comes in i would not retain any of them sorry i'd say yeah you can reapply but guess what your odds are you know pretty much zero based on your past performance which is what we should basis on not if we'd like him not if they're nice people nothing to do with the past performance ultimately i accept the responsibility for the failing and will ensure the issue is not repeated johnston said best way to do that is to nari tena he told the finance committee on monday last night that the city delivered a report to the.