19 Burst results for "Bob Johnson"

"bob johnson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | Last month

"bob johnson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ah, so very much to me. In the same vein I was in with Nashville. I came in a ship from 1967 and I am already came to town for I thought I would be working. Video, which I found out. That's not my thing. I'm not a studio musician, I'ma laugh performer, but Union devices decided that I didn't have the right to do that. And I was not making a lot of head last time, few stations here and and you know, but Bob Johnston, there's the guided, probably towns who was producing Bob Dylan. He had Bob was coming down to do a album that eventually ended up being national Skylab and I wanted at such a big thing, and I told Bob Johnson Bob, If there's any way you can just so I can always say the rest of my life that I actually played a session with the great Bob Dylan. Did you get me out of session? They have 15 sessions booked to do that. Project, So the first session it was booked guitar player that he was going to use on all the risk could not make it that one session he was able to make any calls me and she's becoming employ this section, and then you could believe in the other car come in, So I went and applied session. I was packing my step up. Get ready late in Boston, Bob Johnson, where he's going He said. He's leaving. I got nothing guitar player coming and without warning the guitar, but I want him. Those nine words, I cannot even articulate what it meant to me that time in my career when I was very much a man.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

08:19 min | 2 months ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Headed toward using to hub cities to play this stuff out without fans that will be a difficult transition. penguins forward Brandon Tanith spoke about that this week, but said that one of the ways the players will get over. It will be their desire to get back what they've all come to understand what they've really been missing during the NHL Pause. I. Think obviously there's going to be an adjustment period but I. Think you know the League in our organizations are are are working. Things through right now into a great job When when we resume and I think you know that's as the main focus. Here is to get back to the game that we all love when when things are are right. Right for us to do that. Obviously, there's there's more important things going on right now in the world, and that's everyone's health and safety, but at the same time once we're able to be back in and being the environment of the locker room with all the guys and be be playing the game that we love so much. I think there's going to be. An added enthusiasm and love for what we've missed over the past couple of months. I think that is going to drive us a little more. I mean obviously it's going to be tough and a little at times stepping back on the ice, and and having those expectations, but I think working through that that adversity is GonNa, make you better through all this and I'm sure everyone is really excited and edging back on the ice. Makes a great point, but I wonder if the locker room will be the same. We've heard a lot from major league baseball about how they're going to need an additional locker room for each team. At wherever they end up playing. If they end up playing again because they've got a social distance, the locker room and lockers six feet apart, and they're not big enough as they as they exist, I wonder if that scenario will carry over to the NHL. Well. By virtue of how they have to sit in the NHL there. They have to sit close on the bench so. Sitting close in the locker I'm not sure how much that matters, and it's not easy to just pull up to the rink in your gear. Get Out of the car and put your skates over your shoulder going. Baseball a little bit easier to do that, but can you get dressed at home and drive to the rink in full uniform? Those guys did that as kids. Mom Mom. Drop them off and put the skates on. But hopefully hockey specs sooner rather than later in the meantime. We've got what used to be. At and T. sports that's got game. Six of the nineteen ninety-one. Stanley Cup final tonight. The penguins at the North Stars. We've also got the radio broadcast on our brother station one. Oh, five nine, the X. throughout this process of. At and T. and the ex rebroadcast re airing these old games for penguins, history Josh gets off has been able to interview a lot of the people involved at the time and the hall of Famer Mike Lang. Talked with Josh extensively about this nineteen ninety-one Penguins team which. You know the championships have piled up now, but this one was the first one. And the one that Hey if if you grew up kind of when I did. The thought of the penguins went into Stanley. Couples like going to the moon. If you were paying attention, you just hope they didn't go bankrupt and they had a team the next year. That was the goal just to be able to be involved, and for these guys to make it all the way to the Stanley Cup, final and win it miraculous on a lot of levels. Mike Lang talked with. Josh gets off about the influence of the head. Coach Badger Bob Johnson. who showed up as a different kind of guy and took some getting used to, but eventually everybody came around. He was like Bob Johnson was like no other coach, penguins or any player that play the game. Mock it seeing. then I say that from a standpoint. There wasn't a negative word in his approach to the game, and the players were kind of like. Is this for real? They were just stunned seriously in the first couple of weeks. as it went along, but they were finally realized. This guy was for real I mean he would do things that. No, other coach done I can remember them. Just I mean this is so stupid and it's so simple. But if you think about hockey in those days. And, maybe when they came out of escape. To Skate base gate him one direction and they were skated around the ice until they loosened up. In Badger which stop them and midsection. Make them go the other way. He says because you're in a game. You are going the other way at times, so he would make them circle back and do the rink. The other way and everybody would just look like, but they continue to do it, and he just became a friend of theirs and the the most. Notable thing that I remember about Bob. Johnson as He took everybody under his wing. if, you played for him. He would always put his arm around you and if you plan and he didn't have in the lineup. He. Would just simply tell you I'm going to need some day. I'm on a nature someday and that just sent. That never happened in hockey, but just didn't happen. Gene Call. You're saying how unusual Bob Johnson was in one of the stories. He told to illustrate that was that. Bob Johnson was like walking out of the hospital across the street from the arena one time and he's like what the? Badger everything right. He's like I was just getting to Sandwich. Great sandwiches over there you go. Great Sandwiches. Yeah, there's a million Badger Bob Johnson stories, but Beds are GonNa win that First Cup tonight on eighteen sports at the boy that was a fun team and I was talking to you guys yesterday a little bit about what jumped out at me from watching the game Wednesday night. And I talked about lemieux, aggressive and combative. He was and the arena, and what that looked like it I forgot to mention our buddy, the old to nine or man, he could fly. I forgot. The extent of his wheels. I mean you you remember. Is that kind of glue player that could do a lot of different things and fit in a lot of different places and an effort guy, a hustle guy and a character guy, but man can escape. Pirates announced furloughs beginning on June the first yesterday. Travis Williams said in a statement quote deeply about all of our employees and understand the impact. This will have on them. These decisions are very difficult, but are necessary for us to endure this crisis and emerges strongest possible when we're able to resume normal operations, we look forward to welcoming our employees back to work. At that time, nobody in baseball operations will be furloughed. It's affecting some people in the business department and case. You guys were wondering if there'd be another Michael. Jordan type last dance documentary. Now you got your wish. Tom Brady. Man in the arena. Pass. Him Kissing, his son for two hours hard, no on that one. Somebody that it would be called the last kiss. Going to be a nine nine part series detailing his nine trips to the Super Bowl. And I guess they're not counting on him getting there this year. He's still playing Mike like the whole reason that this was so enjoyable was the nostalgia of it. I mean this has been twenty two years that he's just been sitting on this. The Jordan stopped. Yeah, the Brady. Brady things going to come out next year and It will be produced by ESPN and one nine nine productions, which is Tom Brady's production company. I didn't know he had a production company, but hey, why wouldn't? So it's GonNa be a you know a whitewash Polish. The truth according to Tom Brady, Tom Brady and perhaps only Tom Brady remembers it. All the commercials are going to be like. TB twelve supplements Yup to human boost your immune system. FEELING DEFLATED WITH.

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Obama pushes Trump’s button on the economy and Trump responds

Union Members Radio

05:37 min | 5 months ago

Obama pushes Trump’s button on the economy and Trump responds

"President trump is fighting back at former president Barack Obama who's taking credit for the trump economy Obama tweeted Corey Levin years ago today near the bottom of the worst recession in generations I sign the recovery act paving the way for more than a decade of economic growth and the longest streak of job creation in American history end of quote president trump's national press secretary respond it quote president trump reversed everything failed obamacare economic policy and with that reverse the floundering Obama Biden economy Obama and Biden orchestrated the worst economic recovery in modern history end of quote let's explore the showing that what you hear over and over and over again is how Obama laid the foundation for the trump economy but for the wonderful things that Obama did lord knows where we would be may I remind you of some of the things that so called experts like mark Cuban the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and experts like Paul Krugman the economist who also writes a column for The New York Times both predicted economic disaster in the event the president trump came in great to have you with us and let's put politics aside we're just talking about this notion on the street that seems to be early prime one out there that the trump presidency could actually hurt stocks what you're calling for though is very dramatic and drastic a fifty percent decline over his presidency would be four years so let's get through the the back of the envelope calculations here how do you get there it it would definitely fall yes for two reasons I mean you saw it when they call me email came out with a with the market and and so trump's temperament which I think is a significant issue for the market whenever you have a clue I would handicap if trump wins I would handicap the the likelihood that the probability that he would say something stupid and offensive during a four year term multiple times at a hundred percent because markets were reassured Marley Clinton was doing okay it markets markets would be very destabilized by conflict for instance particularly as if the on likely event happens and trump wins you will see a market crash of his star performer proportions I thank them for causing it it's made for the incoming trump was to be elected it would be a rise in on the stock market arrives Russian until that I mean I I have my trumpet John in the event Donald wins I have no doubt my mind the the market thanks and now the reason this is relevant is because Donald Trump of course a plan to reverse obamacare lower taxes lower corporate taxes those are not the kind of thing for the point was promising so therefore they assume that by doing those things he was going to crash the economy I find it fascinating that Obama and the Democrats taking credit for the economy more with a set up that the trouble due to economy and how many times have you heard them say that president trump has been quote undoing Obama's legacy even doing a bomber's legacy how do you take credit for having undone his legacy left wing black host of shows on be on PBS and on NPR Tavis smiley in twenty sixteen I'm sad to report that in every single leading economic category black America has lost ground over the last decade in every major economic category we've lost ground to this book comes out he said in two thousand six so clearly this book was out before mama shows up to win two thousand eight so the book was never about Barack Obama being this ten year update it's not about him now but it is true that doubt over these last ten years most of that on his watch black America has lost ground in the major economic indicator categories that is true given the credit this is B. E. T. founder Bob Johnson last July I'm wondering I'm giving your position in the U. S. and and your familiarity with what many have called trump's brinksmanship when it comes to politics I'm talk me through a little bit how do you feel about the economy today well I think the economy is doing absolutely great and so African American unemployment is at its lowest level Hispanic unemployment women so I I give president trump and I've said this before on squawk box and the president a lot of credit for moving the economy in a positive direction that's benefiting a large number of Americans Thomas Dyer a billionaire a late entrant into the race appeared on ABC's Sunday chat show and started downplaying the Tropicana me and surprisingly Martha Raddatz the host pushed back a couple times is that Mister Starr you say that you can take on Donald Trump on the economy but the latest Quinnipiac national poll again released just this week says seventy percent of voters described the nation's economy as excellent or good so how do you convince them that a change is needed when they think they're doing so well under Donald Trump I think if you take a look at what he says everything he says superficially sounds right but is actually alive so when he says the economy is growing I can show that in fact all the money's going to rich people but I want to go back to that seventy percent number you want to talk about the wealthy they're not all wealthy people seventy percent say the economy is good and they're doing well well I'm just sitting here here we are on a show and you're standing up for Mr trump's version of the economy I'm telling you about a national poll I'm not standing up for anybody I'm try I'm telling about a

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"bob johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You know in polling done for the banking industry they looked at seventeen thirty quite what that a broad coalition and and they really singled out a handful of Michigan for the Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Wisconsin we've already seen in recent years have a sizeable white loading bacon can change Bob Johnson senator from Wisconsin who's up for reelection again soon in twenty sixteen he rhymes defeating rock bottom gold the incumbent outperform president trump by just about seventy thousand votes he won by nearly a hundred thousand votes over to combat and there's two hundred thousand adult they did not get kind of may be difficult to get there the key is that all beef bacon voters the fake shops that are you know quickly Republican Democrat they're more independent whole willing to pay attention and get active specifically because he had come forward and said this is something I care about not going to stand by and the quality is among conservatives there could be another anybody gets you in twenty twenty unless can sort of shoot themselves so how might the trump campaign play this because even if there are conservatives who are behind a single issue like vaping those conservatives are not going to turn into a support a bite never Sanders right my they just sit it out and if so how does the trump campaign play that it would just check it out and there's been some concern internally the trump campaign about that we've heard previously campaign manager Brad personality are we born Mr trump about all of this you know back when you're considering this breed all twenty nineteen different regulation about the cigarette industry and are you ready turn off the number of voters that are in your corner but they're not otherwise motivated to come out and that was something that seemed to kind of the way what's going on now the sudden speed towards regulation last year and it's really something where there's a kind of contagion voters that they had that you're now in the trump campaign that they may not going forward if they risk turning people off well I think the trump campaign president trump of attempted to find a compromise where only certain flavors will be banned and he Mr compass suggested it'll be closer in the future on that back but the risk during some of this is also but it won't hurt the biggest producers electronic cigarettes but rather on the smaller shops that really are more small mom and pop businesses that are right now in their corner but may not be going cold please Ryan Ryan Lovelace reporter at The Washington Times twenty minutes now after the hour on this morning Jennifer could shrink.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Bob Johnson corporation Bob's employees don't go out there and pick up the trash they throw some money to modot and modot supposed to clean it up we we get calls every once in awhile they say how come this fencing company is in cleaning up highway forty four what they don't allow that fencing company to walk the highway that fence a company pays money to some fund that supposed to maintain it so what's happened is and we we get these calls every once in awhile they think that you know it says okay whatever Chevrolet is supposed to be cleaning up the section no that's not how it works and that's my understanding anyway because I've called some of these businesses after we get complaints here came what Bob straight probably knows more about that do you what have you adopt a highway Bob you know we have an adopted a highway I'm sure it's a government billboards you're right Charlie well you you pay yeah and then somebody from modot or some other interest organizations both to do the litter pick up right yeah if you had to do the litter pick up yourself I mean what a great vindictive outlet I'd adopt twenty miles in the name of Charlie Brennan exactly you know all right that's the one that you can always call four four four three thousand if you've got trouble your cable company or anybody else or if you have an extra cold on the other hand Brian Dugan is joining us from Catholic charities we've got Bob straight from St realty and you are collecting coats Bob yeah so last year when the polar vortex came in we I sit around with a buddy and join in I. cigar and I said I should do something he challenged me and then I got permission from Christina to do something to take off a couple weeks to collect coats so we started to go drive last year we did fifteen hundred coats fifteen articles collected and they all go to you Brian well that last year the primary agency receiving those with Saint Patrick's center which is very well known here in the Saint Louis area it's one of our eight federated agencies of Catholic charities of St Louis and so Bob this year wanted you to do things bigger and better and so therefore we hooked up and so not only will it benefit Saint Patrick's center but all eight federated agencies of Catholic charities so what opportunities to touch you know the very young to with the very old where do we take the coats so we have forty to drop off locations Carrollton bank central bank in Great Southern bank so they're all over the the metro area all the way over to Illinois to and this is a silly question are these new codes gently used coats what what type of clothes are eligible well preferably new but gently use is also very welcome and so you know if you have a closet full of codes like I do at home and and they're kind of sitting there and we have a daughter who likes the have codes so it's like you know this one this one's good maybe this one's a little bit older a little bit more worn put that to the side but we really want to make sure that those codes were giving to those who we serve are you not in tattered our toll right are are somebody's John because you what you wouldn't believe what something new can do for someone in need and and how it empowers them how it makes them feel like their life has meaning right and then hopefully they can take those positive feelings and and start to move forward with their lives simple as that so we need to go to southern bank Carrollton bank and central bank correct those are three any other locations well also CBC high school this is partnering up with us Catholic charities our main office on lead all right next door to the basilica at the archdiocese of St Louis and then one of our great partners Donna Miller Donna Miller piece on the Chesterfield yeah right off the north outer forty road fifteen hundred last year so we're shooting for five thousand books and I like it people last year **** well can we give money and we weren't set up last year so we teamed up together so if you go to our lane co check as T. L. dot org if they want to give money they can if they don't wanna go out by a coat but the money goes to the cuts by the way I don't know if you noticed but Bob streets wearing a full length mink coat today it's beautiful was at a donated Christina winter term yes yeah gorgeous really very nice you know it is cyber Monday and there are some great deals so if you're clicking away maybe you could buy a coat maybe find a great deal on a coat that you could give to the tell what your co try out right now I think that's tremendous me we had somebody come in for a visit of a supporter of ours and this coat that she had purchased brand new she had worn at one time and she's like it just doesn't really fit that well so she said I'm taking it off my back and thrown in and the band then and there you go and it's just like you know it's going to.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To make a choice even in their unanimous vote to condemn trumps tweet it was complete chaos right by the way I believe this is how you get still while his numbers have been diminished this is how Biden still stays at the top because of the Henry quasars because of the Bob Johnson because of the Democrats who see their party for what it is to what extent I don't know because Mr Biden's gonna have to get through the primary first I think where is eight and of anyone who thinks like him are now a minority I I I believe it's a plurality I think it's a plurality that that backs AOC and and I I think then you have it basically split between the moderates that are left and those that are more leftists and just say well who's going to do our bidding better and so they lean more towards a L. C. than they do quay are or a Tim Ryan or anybody else because you're still an extremely far left party they may not be a socialist communist as the clueless squad is but they were extremely far left their X. there there are strong and they want a lot more yeah socialism in the average American what's bio by our standard the Republican Party is too far left yeah.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They've gone too far they're too extreme at some point that faction of the party has to make a choice even in their unanimous vote to condemn trumps tweet it was complete chaos right by the way I believe this is how you get still while his numbers have been diminished this is how Biden still stays at the top because of the Henry quasars because of the Bob Johnson because of the Democrats who see their party for what it is to what extent I don't know because Mr Biden's gonna have to get through the primary first I think where is eight and of anyone with things like him are now a minority I I I believe it's a plurality I think it's a plurality that that backs AOC and and I I think then you have it basically split between the moderates that are laughed and those that are more left is and just say well who's going to do our bidding better and so they lean more towards a L. C. than they do quay are or a Tim Ryan or anybody else's because you're still an extremely far left party they may not be a socialist communist as the clueless squad is but they were extremely far left their X. there there are strong and they want a lot more yeah socialism in the average American what's by our by our standard the Republican Party is too far left yes yeah eight six six ninety right I.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"You know, all of a sudden, we had to start doing gender Lee reports, and dealing with the SEC and all of that. So, you know it wasn't like you fury him. You know, I'm I'm made it and I'm done. And it's like, oh, this is very nice. And we didn't have the executives didn't have stock ahead of time. We got stock as part of the offering. So we didn't have the same success feeling that Bob Johnson did. Because he owned the company he and TCI and John Malone. And H B O had a small piece of the company also. So, so I'm sure they felt it. A lot more than we did. I remember having to get back to work that day. And okay. And we had some hiccups along the way learning to be a publicly traded company, but it was it was so exciting. And I just remember more than anything else, the excitement of the people at the new York Stock Exchange there was one guy. I can't remember his name, but he was the only African American male with a seat on the New York stock. I think his name was Harold, duly just came back to me. And he called me like the week before. And he said, I would be so proud to stand with you all on the day you go public, and I mean things like that. I you know, had never thought about, but he was the only black man the only black person who had a seat on the new York Stock Exchange and he wanted to be there with us that day. So it was it was an exciting time. And that is really exciting. You talked about the fact that you end up in the COO role because someone else was looking out for you. Yes. Was saying good job right after you were there. Was there a hunger to continue climbing to get to that CEO role? At what point was it sort of, in your consciousness of I like to be the CEO of this company? It was almost immediate because he had never had a COO before. So the day it was announced that I had that position. Everyone started treating me like the heir apparent they really did. And I didn't realize it was going to be that way. But everyone said, oh, Bob's preparing to leave at some point. And that's both good and bad. Yeah. In anything, exactly. Was it was good and bad. You know, it was good because I could start the training process to become CEO now, I think how long did he stay after that a while, and Viacom eventually acquired BT's? So that was another. For mation oh corporate event. But during that time I had there were other parts of the business, I had to learn. I mean, because I was general counsel, I knew the legal side, I knew a lot of the business side. But I didn't know anything about advertising programming or you know, I knew a lot about affiliate sales because those are huge contracts for us. But there are other parts of the business, I had to learn and so he gave me several years to be able to do that. And people if started calling me, you know, p our partners people were doing business with, if they couldn't get a hold of Bob. So it was a good. It was a good training period before Bob Johnson left. And so, you know, I, I'd have to say I did have my eye on it because everyone treated me like that. And in terms of what you needed to learn a long way. What's the most complicated thing that you have to learn on your path to CEO? Wow. That's an interesting question. I think. There's a there's a bit of a learning curve, depending on how much of the company you've seen before then. But I think the real thing you have to learn is how to manage people, and that's not something they teach you in any business school. Maybe a little bit in business coupe, not Iran. Yeah, it takes experience and learning how to motivate executives and how to put together a team.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"I'm on the board of Twitter and Mary at president board from Alvin Ailey, I just came from the air. So I'm on af I go on and on. So I'm doing a lot most days you're doing a lot of people in actual jobs and back to your point. I've always been a multitask. So it's it's fine. But you know, I don't think I'll do anything fulltime again. But it it's, you know, I want to write a book really do some speaking gauge me. Yeah. I think I have a story to tell us. Yeah. So I'm thinking about that. So that those kind of things are exciting. Yeah. What's the toughest lesson? You've had to learn along the way. The toughest lesson. I've had to learn is to listen to your own voice. And that you know, a lot comes from what I talked about about being a CEO early on. It's finding my own voice and not being afraid to to speak up. And you know, I think the law and a little bit is a protection because you know, as you know, I gotta look it up. This is what it says. So I think a business woman and learning that you know, you have to make decisions and yet to find your own voice. And was there a turning point where you realize the importance of that? Or was there almost like a negative experience? That led you to say, I'm not listening to my own voice here, and I need to. Well, I think the experience with the protests about the videos was a turning point because you know in one ear. I heard Bob Johnson say on his way out don't ruin the business model on this side. I had a programming budget that was sixty five percent music videos, but I had. Already promised the audience. I was going to change that. So I had to figure out how to keep the company profitable and move away from videos that shouldn't have been the main thing we did anyway. And I love music, I'm a big music fan. So, you know, vice a little Wayne right now. I'd say Hello a chance the rapper. It's not like, I'm not a hip hop fan. But you know, I really knew we had to do other kinds of programming, and and I knew had to be high quality and all of that took some guts because you know, we didn't really have the budget for it early on. So it's a slow process, and we took a lot of criticism along the way. But now young people come up to me in the street and say, thank you. Thank you for what you did for BT. Thank you for what you did for the culture, which just gives me chills because that's so much bigger than be in. Thank you for for leading the way. Way. So, you know, listening to my voice in making those decisions in in from my own perspective was was all I could do. And I think that's what a good leader does. And then when you believe in yourself, and you find your own voice than others will follow you because they know, you know, you have the best inches a company hard. You know, you're trying to do the best thing, and they will come along. And I you know, I really felt good there. So many points. I mentioned the new York Stock Exchange another high point on my career was we we had a show called the game. Yes. Yes. Twenty fourteen that that premier. Yes. That we took over the CW at the CWA got a million five it was tough to even convinced CBS to let us take over the production of it because they were like when we cancelled a show, you know, and we finally did the show been off the air for two years. We put it back. It on bring back the production team cut the cost because we had to and we got eight million viewers the first night. It's still the record holder for the top sitcom debut on cable that day we were high fiving each other like we had won the Super Bowl..

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NFL fines Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

Charlotte at Six

03:07 min | 2 years ago

NFL fines Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

"In for mark garrison tonight coming up in just a few minutes and update on those hepatitis eight vaccinations also a little bit later on this hour talk about a contentious hearing on capitol hill but i the nfl has fine jerry richardson two point seven five million dollars following its investigation into sexual and racial misconduct in the workplace the league said the investigation conducted by former us attorney mary jo white substantiated the allegations against richardson that the improper conduct was limited to him and that the team and its ownership failed to report the allegations or any resolution agreements to the league i spoke with former panther and current w f n's e hose frank garcia about his reaction to the announcement of the fine i think it is something that doesn't really shock me i think that it was something that i think a lot of people felt like was gonna come you know maybe the length of time is the thing that uh you know probably have been handled a little bit differently or better but ultimately the nfl made this point and you know now it's time to move on as you look back on richardson's legacy what is what's your what do you think that is going to be i don't know how much this going to affect the big term big picture you know legacy you know jerry richardson know he's a guy that brought football here to charlotte you wrote handwritten letters to to fans and made some mistakes we all make mistakes and ultimately you have to pay for those mistakes and you know that's one of the things that you know it was going to be on on on his on his docket so that's that's not to say it's blemishfree but who's is and it's gonna be something that tarnishes it i don't think it destroys it okay and with the new owner coming in david tepper what do you think there's going to be as far as a shift in the in the culture of the panthers organization as a whole after this whole episode i mean that's a two point five billion dollar question isn't it i mean you how he can affect the culture here how is he gonna fit in in charlotte is he going to be more of a handshake type guys being upfront out on out nope type of guy or is he going to be a guy that expects things from you know the city and we've seen probably those happened in different ways shapes and forms here in charlotte over the last twenty five years and didn't work well for bob johnson you know with him coming in here demanding things and you know he wasn't here very long i think jerry handled himself you know when he brought the team here with class and dignity and and i think that you mr tepper is going to have an opportunity to win some people over and some fans and you know do some good things here for the city of charlotte the nfl says most of the money from the two point seven five million dollar fine will be used to support the work of organizations dedicated to addressing race and gender based issues in and outside of the workplace one of those organizations at this is the charlotte based beauty for ashes ministry a statement by the panthers today says they cooperated throughout the investigation and have taken proactive steps to address any misconduct it goes on to say that they remained committed to improving all facets of the organization and fostering an environment in which all.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I certainly pk sue ban is one of the great stars jerome again lou i'm on i'm talking about just casual hockey fans where you have this this brings up an interesting point because he's a black hockey player there are not that many many years ago many years ago before the what was the capital center was built bob johnson who owned at the time bt still owns be to he wanted to buy the the bullets and the capitals and i sat at a luncheon with him at the washington post and heard him say we're going to make the capital's black america's hockey team and everybody at the table when well this pretty good idea if you could do that and you do i think you do maybe this is just the crowd shot that television stations want to put on but it does seem to me that the washington capitals have attracted a mixed audience more so than a lot of cities do seems that way to me is that what you're suggesting michael i think what you're noticing the outside arena experience my personal experience from inside is that it's still the same very white worst tickets you buy your ticket you hold onto ticket so i think it's great that you're seeing that outside shot you still have a many barriers inside and you still have a lot of practices that happened in the arena that might make certain fans feel unwelcome but i do think that when you see these games and again it's about opening it up to the non season ticket holder i think these games do mean something washington dc is our most international city country obviously and so it stands to reason that washington dc if a team does well and people want to gather and attacks themselves team it's doing well the look of those people will reflect an international student more than most cities in this country which is a very healthy sign if indeed if indeed that i hadn't thought about a much i'm just thinking about the fact that i think they're going to win when i'm wondering what the parade is.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"How far back did this courting of bob johnson take place you understand what i'm saying back when bob johnson ended up getting this franchise how long did that courting take place and the reason i asked that i'll bet they had that going on for years before george even started trying to play his games say knew full well oh this is a win win frus george shinn takes his team somewhere else that makes money and then we give another franchise to bob johnson more money more money more money you can't lose can you lose when you have people who are so gullible and they're afraid of mut be a world class cd anymore you know that needs to go if world class city means that you subsidize a billionaire i mean this to me is a new level of idiocy it really is jim good morning but you remember back in oh wait no nine win the financial collapse certainly in my lifetime going on the price of gasoline and food the very basic commodities that everybody had to depend on poor people rich but primarily the poor they skyrocketed and i got to thinking here people are losing their jobs their houses they're i mean i've never seen anything like it i've read my parents grew up during the depression i've read about it but i've never seen anything like what was going on in no way and and what was happening and you never heard anybody on the big time press all the major news outlets talking about to me it's a hidden destruction of the lower income class this country you're absolutely right that's what's taking place and in many ways that's not really come back more of this economic discussion coming up this is the.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"It's unbelievable zero retired numbers for both of those teams the bengals have won all know don't start and just go we care bengals have one might hope boomer bob johnson number fifty four in your program number one in your heart what bob johnson linebacker by the way fifty four sounds like it like a linebacker honestly i know i might be belying my knowledge at all well god bless the bob johnson family how how many how many you think the steelers would have retired i guess you'd think fifty but i must say ten because you say in the chiefs have thirteen it's high to ernie stautner and joe greene that's it green i get you agreeing we've got one of them at one but but i mean for the learners either super bowls you'd think santa river the history of his cincinnati bengal all one hundred hundred you wanna take a stab at the kansas city chiefs there's ten of them there's some of my unheard of to be honest with len dawson has got to be one that's correct buck buchanan that is correct now is he seventy five eight hundred sixty six right there willie lanier that's correct number sixty three yes all right i had a poster of willie lanier when i was in grade school i mean willie linear it's a man i loved it they'd have you know alignments poster number sixty three and yell program okay i'll give you some hints of the numbers okay number seventy eight oh nope bobby bell all of course i'd met bobby the lesser more contemporary number fifty eight oh sack michigan becker yet then there's number thirty six mack lee hill wow number thirty three stone johnson great name lot of johnson's number twenty sort of sort of like blazing saddles yeah number twenty eight abner haynes number eighteen amit thomas thomas an elmo right that was the area okay go ahead and and the number sixteen len dawson and then number three pro football hall of famer youngster route correct okay there wide right longest wide right against the miami dolphins christmas day by the way in my grandmother's house i'm ten years old we don't we could work it out if you want colquitt colquitt we'll be their whole deuce number two maybe we'll retire that one by the way that's a that's an unfortunate nickname deuce number two a little deuce coupe.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I think it was just tired of being asked the question he said yes but it's going to be ten more years because that's how long it took say between it didn't mean i don't know did it too it's always in the either but would it be though us as older people i think we're either going to be an underwater city under the ocean or we're going to the moon i would take that i take that to the bank man i would see it you guys could do anything on that front all four of you and it's it's over i'm in it's pretty fun yeah okay so it's not going to happen is what you're saying figure well okay let's throw it out so yes david character says it's going all right firem oji tweet breaking news breaking news right there okay so the kansas city chiefs have ten retired numbers would you believe the oakland los angeles raiders have zero retired i do believe that maybe none of them worth it art shell hold on a second the dallas cowboys zero retired numbers is it just a principle thing it's unbelievable zero retired numbers for both of those teams the bengals have one oh no doubt starting just go we can't bengals have one hope boomer bob johnson number fifty four in your program number one in your heart what bob johnson i mean linebacker by the way fifty four sounds like it like a linebacker honestly i know i might be belying my knowledge at all well god bless the bob johnson family how how many how many you think the steelers would have retired.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on WEEI

"Was it the nineteen ninetyone northstar is that will like barely five hundred is sub five hundred team that had no pressure and made it all the way the cup final i think pittsburgh at the pittsburgh after pittsburgh beat the bruins in the wheels conference finals four games to two and was the that was the bob johnson millbury fight called on the professor goon 'isms and all that and so you got a situation here where yes the maple leafs to a degree of playing with house money but they are one hundred and five point team with high expectations but the bruins have higher expectations they did have the home ice advantage and and you got eight eight team that really played outstanding hockey all season so the pressures on the bruins going to game six and if that was that game then this is a whole different scenario here and the pressures back onto harass two and we'd no sooner got finished reading the round of ruins columnist with a c to a hater see look at what he didn't game four look at how good that was just got finished reading that that round of columns from the bruins press the bruins beat car beat writers and columnists and everybody else and then he faces thirteen shots thirteen shots last night and four them get past them including a couple i mean the one that was gloves side where he's got his glove out and it just it just goes the puck just goes right by it's like he's not seeing it and he said after the game he could made more saves with his eyes closed and that feels like i personally in some senses in some senses does it he was that bad i can't pretend you know think like a goaltender or nhl goaltender but how do you go from where he'd been to where he was is it is it just fatigue and he's.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From the wtmj breaking news center i'm barry nelson charges will not be filed against a man who shot and killed an attempted robbery outside his workplace last month the district attorney says twenty one year old carlos martin was trying to steal the twenty four year old victims car in the parking lot of milwaukee machine tool corporation around six in the morning the da says the shooter who has a concealed carry permit was defending himself and therefore won't be charged milwaukee argument jose perez hosting a listening session tuesday night about the closing of a social security office at seventh and west historic mitchell street the government is citing maintenance and security concerns for the closing but peres says based on the numbers crime is worse than your other offices he says the closing will create a huge void for the nearby elderly and disabled residents they're angry and there'd be wilder of the reason why and we can't figure out valid reason for leaving the office serves twenty two hundred people and is expected to close tomorrow it's a challenge for arenas around the country how do you get more activity from mid april through early september uw milwaukee panther arena is no different that's a tough one that all building station one that will certainly work on wisconsin senator district mardi brooks tells wisconsin's afternoon news at the facility is busy season october through early april it's used quite frequently and i i really put the frequency of that building against other bradley center in any other arena however brooks says the primary focus will be getting more activity out of the miller highlight theater melissa barklay wtmj news as bypass construction in waukesha county continues the project to connect i ninety four to highway fifty nine has one family upset bob johnson's family has owned the same farmland in waukesha county for the past eighty five years the new bypass will split that land into two sections johnson says they tried to fight the construction there's ninety crying about it you're not going to do anything about it we dried we did all we could i felt so that's the way it stands the county will be placing crossing on the.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Black good the bob johnson rate them really important i sorry while iguodala question you asked me earlier about this new found author tips for an four goals last night seven air tonight is it a trend a little bit of a limb here i it's it's very well could be a health on energy feeling about the way these guys have persevered through this one pave skated well they skate they fought alertly throughout this weekend series i know i'm going to be the only one talking about the flu bug that ran through the team but i i guess because i had about two really bad weeks of a cold myself thinking how cloudy my head was for two weeks and was very apparent to you putting those listening but uh they just look a heck of a lot different here now i don't think they're playing the green and see right now i i was surprised i we we're going to see a little badgered better badger team that we have this weekend but this is a great lift for them they certainly have play games like we haven't seen them string together in quite a while but next weekend will be a better tests they're going to logan's the better team i think ohio stay up but but i really think it it could be the start of a good trend well i don't think they've over achieve this weekend no idle neither we've had weekend suites already this year in fact in series play the overs vuk picked up five series sweep this year i think this has been the most complete of all five that's a good point to this point gap.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or or this is kfi and kost hd 2 los angeles twenty four hour news choice nitz helping vets live from the 24hour kfi newsroom habitat for humanity one hundred fifty volunteers to help build homes for veterans on veteran's day whoa homes are going up at two other veteran family uh uh bob johnson was in the air force and has the volunteering since two thousand three beautiful homes the changes their lives habitat la president aaron ray exist most of these vets have steady jobs but for some it's tough habitat makes them really affordable so that families a will not be burdened is homes with they'll be able to continue to all the other thing that they need a my the houses will be per hour long beach monica rigs kfi news news brought to you by veteran anmd semper solaris uh the gas tax may fuel republic pitts i the latest purchase bagged from there for our house was our front porch we got a a firepit for the front porch in it's just gorgeous perfect height up we can eat out there under the glow of the flame and it just is really wonderful they've got heaters if you need them i know it southern california but in those rare instances where there's a little bit of nip in the air you can get taken care of their and they're doing this wonderful thing where they're recognizing veterans and can be a part of this so throughout the month in the.

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"bob johnson" Discussed on Podcast – The Pan-African Alliance

Podcast – The Pan-African Alliance

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bob johnson" Discussed on Podcast – The Pan-African Alliance

"If you play aimaq and if you've ever heard a song but if you haven't you need to go listen to it a mon nick while you call yourself to a mondica you're supposed to be it that versus a barzaniled to resume bet rhetoric but all of a sudden must now got a feel there's no current test here people know that there's a freezing now banner whose humble enough the status because i haven't had bigger hits but banner also got won't because what he went around the world when arm oh gas statin his habit get like me was an uproar record in the world he started seeing what was going on and how people view black people around the world and the message will get the caricature and banner could no longer sit back knock here speak for that matter but i can say what the mayor told me and what he said publicly you know so when you look at the means of production you also have to look at who's really controlling on this and why is it that tyler kwali can go overseas and and make money why is it that there are ours be they rmb or hip hop who all of a sudden all wack or have fallen off you have to ask yourself well why does this happen when the lion learns too right then hunter will no longer be the hero the story we as a people have yet to learn to write and every time we learn to right we either sellout bob johnson or berry gordy am.

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