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History of the Fourth of July - Brief History & Early Celebrations
"You know, the first Independence day was actually celebrated on July 8th, 17 76. The official signing of the declaration. Independence took place on August 2nd. Only two men signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 17 76. That was Charles Johnson and the infamous John Hancock, where the other only the only two who actually signed the declaration on July 4th. The other 54 delegates signed over course of the next month. One who signed later recanted the declaration of Independence. That was Richard Stocked in a lawyer from New Jersey. New Jersey E can't do that East Coast accent or the dam. He became the only signer declaration independence, too. Recant his support of the revolution. After being captured by the British in November 17 76 and was thrown in jail. Thean ended. The declaration of Independence was written on a laptop, not the modern day laptop, but still, Thomas Jefferson drafted the declaration of Independence. On a writing desk that could fit in one's lap. This device was referred to at the time as a laptop with White House celebrated the Indian Independence Day for the first time in 18 0 for Of men. Love fireworks, a $1,000,000,000 worked. According to America American Pyrotechnic Association. American spend more than a $1,000,000,000 on fireworks each year.
"charles johnson" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast
"Walking into that hospital that afternoon with a woman that was not only a good health comment but in exceptional in trying to see the fact that she would never walk out to raise. Her boys never crossed my mind and so when they go back. Surgery opened up in when opened up heart stopped immediately and she did not survive. Story is so painful to hear. Every time I've heard it in. This is not the first but I just want to put a point on something that you said Which is that. She had three and a half liters of blood in her abdomen and that this was an entirely preventable death complications of course always happen in medical care But this was an identifiable and preventable problem cares. Life could have easily been saved if just the hospital had listened to your please very very nasty things down. Is the most painful about this for me right because you're absolutely right. What happened to cure woods completely preventable? There were signs immediately after she came out of the First Surgery. The delivery that she was bleeding internally. We have is not a mistake as you're actually right mistakes happen but what happened here was A complete failure a failure of systems of failure of humanity and it was really just delay in denial delay in denial Really talk about some of the systems that broke down everything that possibly could win wrong. Incur- by medical experts reviewed the records. It would happen to cure is not a medical tragedy. It's a medical catastrophe In a actually write it should not have happened to cure. Should be here today. So then You learn to things. After this I think that are part of the reason Your advocacy is so important in one is about a law that our listeners know a lot about. Because we've been talking about it for months now which is California's cap on compensation When a loved one dies from medical negligence so maybe you can tell us just a little bit about what you learned about that law when you went to seek accountability for what happened absolutely so I had no clue about Indian laws in so much pain just really trying to put one foot in front of the other I had last amount was trying to really seek accountability but when that time came and I started talking to lawyers I understood that in fact in the state of California. And they're these ridiculously outdated laws in really unconstitutional laws. We talk about the microcapsule limit. The value of a person's life at two hundred fifty thousand dollars Ryan and is shocking. When I say that out loud right for me to conceive the fact that one first and foremost you could put a value on something that was so precious and absent. Priceless to myself. Absolute Slam voice is crazy but then to literally and figuratively add insult to injury to find out that in California. They limit the value of a person's. Life in instances of medical negligence. To two hundred thousand dollars is crazy. So subsequently with that with admit is found in attorney That was the case but immediately everything he was doing was pressuring me to settle. This is about so much more than just money. This is about accountability and being transparent being able to have closure understanding about what happened but most importantly communist you mentioned making sure that steps were being taken to ensure that would happen to cure. Doesn't happen to anybody else. And because these case because these caps were in place. There was no mechanism even to this day. Cedar Sinai has not told me anything about what happened to cure. What's been happening? Their internal investigation but more importantly in what they're doing to take steps to prevent this from happening to limit and because they don't have to because they are protected by these ridiculous medical malpractice caps and it's on extremely unfortunate. And let me and you know to put a fine point on that. The reason this this cap forced you into the situation like this is because when a maximum value of a case is capped at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in nineteen seventy five dollars which is about fifty grand today It costs as much to continue to pursue a case as you could ever recover and so at some You know that lawyer is practically taking on a pro bono job in order to keep pursuing something because the hospital has no has new financial incentive to do the right thing Because of the CAP and so You know that's that's why we're we're so appreciative that you decided to Share care story with the world because it will it puts it puts very clear spotlight unwind. This law prevents patients Patient care from getting better and maybe that brings us to the other really important piece of the story. Which is that It is a particular crisis of for black MOMS in California and in America. And you've been a a really powerful advocate on that front as well. Maybe want to Share a little bit of that work to solicit jump right into this. When this first happened to me I thought in having happened to cure. I thought that a woman dying in exceptional. How in American in two thousand sixteen was a thing of the past? Something that just doesn't happen Found out shortly thereafter is that we are in the midst of a maternal mortality crisis in the United States in bag the United States. Lease the civilized world in women dying in childbirth. So about eight hundred. Women are dying annually from preventable causes related to childbirth. That's more than two women. Dying every day right here in the United States to win will die today someplace United States giving the gift of life and so for me. I was shocked in even. Furthermore we have these ridiculous racial disparities so in addition to this being shamed point what was going talk about the disparities that disproportionately affecting African American women women of Color African American women are dying four to five times as often three four times as often as their Caucasian counterparts. And when I found out about this I was shot and I had to do something about it. And you know that's when I really made the decision to shakier story publicly not knowing what to expect but just hoping that ride sharing cure story publicly that it will bring some attention to this topic because of two thousand sixteen. Nobody's talking about this. Will you know I think Charles that you deserve so much credit for deciding to tell Kerr story in the public way that you did because it really did launch Have a huge part in launching the national recognition of this maternal health crisis in particularly the black maternal health crisis This has been a variant journey. But she said it was so proud of the fact that in two thousand eighteen we weren't able to pass the first ever federal piece of legislation to stopped to to to impact this Preventing maternal term de sacked in two thousand eighteen. We got that passed on. But that's just the beginning except bill will go a long way to studying understanding the crisis but now we have to have more comprehensive more aggressive legislation in policy reform to protect women further. Because what's the what's been happening is unacceptable so currently I just introduced in conjunction with the black. What's wrong health caucus a comprehensive package of bills have nine different? Federal bills called mom now bus spill and they can affect the other from the Momma but still right and so we introduced ad And the first week of March and what? This what these bills will do is they will address all the different aspects of Health crisis from the racial disparities from social determinants of how meaning would social factors. That are impacting women dying. They have access to transportation to get them to obstetrical care. Do they have adequate paid leave? we have a bill in there. That is focused on using technology. Better served women right. How can we quantify quantified lead Boston more accurate way through technology? How can we use telemedicine to serve women who don't have social barriers to care? How can use all types of technology have a specific bill that addresses the needs of our our women who are in? Military Service Ryan. People oftentimes don't even think about how they're overlooking vulnerable in so we're proud in in in in that bill in that package is the cure. Dixon Law am sorry to cure the cure. Johnson at AK cures and with this bill will do it will not provide funding for community based care. additional funding for Dula. Care around organizations serve women of color but very importantly it will work towards setting a comprehensive standard of care across the board and increased accountability. Because that's what I'm all about one of the things I'm most proud of is it will provide funding to prove to create independent quality of care and dignified care compliance offices within hospitals that are independent from the hospital. So how does this work if someone has an instance where they feel? They've been discriminated against They've been neglected. There will be an office inside that hospital where they can watch their concerns right. That will be very importantly independent from the hospital and the federal government will collect that data and then publish those reports so it goes a long way towards what we need in this country is. We've got to this. Healthcare system to win puts patients over profit and doesn't protect and allow Negligent providers to Haina Veil of lack of accountability. Well I think that is probably a good place To close for today. Thanks so much for all your work Charles for sharing story for joining us today. Honored thank you so much for having me To repeat just in case anyone wants to learn more about the mom nervous which is an amazing name Very impressed with that one Or the fairness for injured patients act. Which is the California ballot measure were working on to update that nineteen seventy five cap You can go to four cure for MOMS Which is Charleston's website or consumer watchdog dot org which is ours So that's the end of the show. All thank you for listening. 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"charles johnson" Discussed on Cat Scratch Reader
"No, oh, but it's a point against him for me, an all time great like somebody has to get the statistics. So it's Julius peppers. He had so many sacks when he had shit side from them. Jewish. It never had the side of him though. Julius peppers was the best player on the best defensive line that the franchises ever had. How many sacks you have done when he played side opposite Tyler Brayton? I don't know. But Jewish third all time in sacks. Like, it's just saying the argument is kind of time second in franchise history in sacks to your. Overruling his one of his best seasons as a panther. When he played opposite. Right. All I'm saying. No Brad is saying is that Charles Johnson leading the team in sacks. I is not have any. It's. What I was saying though, he led the NFL in overall sacks over that period. Time. Did he because he never really had? I thought you meant that. He led the Panthers inside. He he had more sacks. He was the most consistent pass rusher over like four years prime than any other passers in the NFL. I don't remember that being true. But if it is then yeah, he probably should get in. But I thought you meant most on the team because he doesn't mean diddly squat because the pass rush on our team was dog shit. When we had Charlie Charles Johnson's prime. He was the most consistent pass rusher from year to year to year to year in the NFL at that time now when he was considered the one of the higher paid guys. That's that was the point. I was making. So to for me what I do. I look at it is like kinda put in like video game perspective or like, Madden perspective. Like you have to have like a. Overall rate being in the mid not mid to high nineties for an extended amount of time, I'll playing with the Panthers be considered like a hall of honor type thing just because you know, to put a number on it. 'cause that's what I do for everything. I mean, it's essentially are hall of fame. So you have to ask the question is this person an NFL hall of fame caliber player, that's bad. If they're not like if there's not even really an argument that I don't think they should get in the hall of honor. And the the we could even call it. The Chris gamble problem because Chris gamble is one of the best corners we've ever had. But if you look at his career compared to other players, he's not that great. And I get it that it's Panthers hall of honor. But I I don't think guys like that should get in. It was weird. I have a hall of honor with guys in there that have no NFL accolades to their name. Yeah. Yeah. I mean. You know, should Jon Beason get in. That one's close because he's got a bunch of pro bowls and stuff. Yeah. So by the way to Brian's point Charles Johnson in his peak is four best year stretch is best for your stretch from two thousand ten to two thousand thirteen. He was nowhere to go. Eighth in the NFL. Total sacks with forty four. If you make that five years he was fifth. That's not terrible. No. But but that's like like for the four-year stretch. He was he's tied with John Abraham will end one sack find Jason bobbin. Like, that's the kind of. Yeah. Kind of competition. That's the kind of companies keeping if I'll do the five year one where he was better. It's pretty similar the names are a little better. But you get the point. I'll tell you what we should do for the hall of honor the like the two thousand and three front four should go in as a unit. Yes..
A San Francisco politician wants to remove Mark Zuckerberg's name from the hospital to which he donated $75M
"Of the team. The boycott started after it was discovered that the team's principal owner made donations to candidates who some consider racist. According to attorney John Burroughs have Oakland. He and the Reverend Amos Brown and activists Dr Harry Edwards ended the boycott after Johnson retracted his donation Charles Johnson reportedly donated to the campaign of Mississippi Republican Senator elect Cindy, Hyde Smith who has made statements that some consider to be racist. And he also contributed to a political action committee behind an advertisement in Arkansas that falsely claimed Democrats could bring back. Lynchings of black voters did not support. Republicans Johnson has since condemned. Racism and requested his donation back from Hyde Smith, the Oakland A's latest plan for a new ballpark calls for an innovative stadium along the downtown waterfront and a mixed. Use redevelopment of the Coliseum site KCBS. Doug sovereign with details. Slaney college won the first time around, but the a struck out there shut down by neighborhood opposition. So plan b is Howard terminal waterfront parcel, just north of Jack London square race president Dave Cavill wants to build a stadium. Unlike any other a thirty four thousand seat jewel box with a rooftop greenbelt surrounded by modern apartment buildings and linked by gondola, the twelfth street Bart. This is going to be a tremendous location to watch baseball. It's going to be the most intimate environment. It's going to be like going to Fenway or Wrigley. You're going to be on top of the action. You're also gonna have the ability to watch the game from this amazing green loop a park in a park really unprecedented in professional sports. To have that a great way to connect to the waterfront for the first time city and county leaders are one hundred percent on board with mayor Libby shaft cheering the new plan. This is a beautiful amenity for our community. It keeps this incredible team right here where they belong in Oakland in a way that is exciting visionary. And as Dave Cavill says bigger than baseball as refused to put a price tag on the project, but say they will finance it themselves in part by leasing or buying the Coliseum land and redeveloping that. But there are many moving parts still to be worked out in Oakland. Doug, sovereign KCBS coming up on KCBS Shafer with why the increase in tolls is not likely to encourage early risers to cross the bay bridge tunnel eight. Let's check traffic tonight. It is a stormy night
"charles johnson" Discussed on KGO 810
"Oh, boy, follow me on Twitter, some of your tweets as well at Ethan Bearman this next one. It's. This is a problem. This is a problem. We, you know, I'm not a big fan of boycotts. You do know that right? I don't like big group organized boycotts, unless there's just really agree GIS behavior that otherwise it's just up to you as an individual us choose to spend your money, and I think that that's more powerful than a vote. But I am I'm concerned about the giants in this one is article in the Sacramento bee on it. It's it's all over the news. You saw this. One of the principal owners of the San Francisco Giants Charles b Johnson. Now, I don't know him from Adam. I don't know. I like the giants. I enjoy going to games at AT and T park, especially afternoon games in the summer with my son fun. Great park. I'm not just I'm just not into baseball as much as I it's to me. It's still the greatest I think that's the best sport. I just do. That's me personally. But did you see what he did? And now this is gonna be a public relations problem for the giants. Just like all the violence from the Niners players for the Niners. Okay. You saw this Charles Johnson. Okay. I say let me tie this in. Remember you? Did you hear about this? Cindy hyde. Smith president's been tweeting about her. She's the greatest thing Amerson slice, Brad. And you know, how successful is tweets are. But now he's going to Mississippi to go help out this controversial US Senator because well, no, she kind of likes them Lynch. Come on Mississippi. I've been in rural Mississippi I've flown into Jackson driven off to the Choctaw reservation. Gone and had lunch at a country club. And I'm I was even in the army before ever experienced. That was my first experience to racism, honestly, was at basic training. It was because everybody factions off. And I was like, wait. What some I was this weird kind of apparently. So very socially liberal kid from Minnesota. Everybody's equal. I don't care what your skin color is. Why are you people acting like this toward one another? I just didn't get it. That was my first exposure. Oh, boy, though, I had never seen anything like going to rural Mississippi. I was working for a software company. I had to go to a manufacturing company. I'm just gonna say that much often rural Mississippi, and we went and had lunch. The white general manager took me to lunch. At a country club. And it was fantastic. I was like, oh, well, this is great. I've never done anything. Like how fun? Let's go have lunch. And the wait staff, and the helpers whatever were African American for the most part, I have their full twenty three and me genetic tests. So I can't tell you exactly what their genetic breakdown. But generally speaking, they were dark skinned and this white general manager would not look at them. And then even bother you saying things like, please. And thank you, which is how I was raised you say, please. And thank you. And you look at people when you order your food or you ask for something not there. It didn't happen. Not with that guy. Not toward anybody who worked for him either. It was awkward sitting in some of those meetings. And it's so that's Mississippi to me, some wonderful people I met some great people Mississippi to I'm just telling you, I explained my worst racist experiences. When I first saw them were in rural Mississippi where Cindy Hyde Smith is he? Controversial US Senator who said things like well, I don't know November eleventh video of her surfaced in which she expressed her fondness for local rancher by saying. And I quote if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be there in the front row. Nope. That is not an expression that anybody who has any knowledge of the horrific history of the state of Mississippi lynching black people and Jews who came down during the civil rights movement to support them. You wouldn't say something you just don't say things, you don't say that. If you have a conscience on this issue. You don't do it. And she's made it worse for herself. She's posed for photographs of wearing a replica the hat worn by confederate soldiers her, you know, day, Jim crow. Well, guess what? Principal owner of the San Francisco Giants Charles b Johnson and his wife Anne each contributed. The maximum allowable federal contribution of twenty seven hundred dollars to this Senator from Mississippi who has expressed all kinds of racist tendencies. Racism. It's a problem. And if you somehow grew up and live in the state of Mississippi represent the state of Mississippi in the United States Senate, and you don't understand any aspect of the problem of the history of violence with public hangings. You have no right to the United States. Senator none whatsoever and Charles Johnson. Principal owner, the San Francisco Giants and his wife gave the maximum political contribution to her. What's her name's Cheryl, Hyde Smith, whatever Senator Hyde Smith? Horrible. And now Corning to if at the Sacramento bee Marcos Bretagne, that's a that's a great name, by the way.
"charles johnson" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Property tax bills. He's been preaching it. He is preacher. We'll get him with them here. Stick with us quickey break about ninety six be right back here on the other side of Texas. Thank you for answering. My question. Oh, I hope I did is. I don't fear anything more than heights, and I tried to the best. I could. Face a fear in dude. Anyway, in not helpful one thing that I need to riff on as we wait for Charles Johnson here on the program. An unspoken hero in America. Right now is Dan Crenshaw who is lectured to the US congress. And unspoken, Texas he wrote I should say elected into the Texas congress the US congress of Texas, excuse me. All this. But oh roar Chi and Dan Crenshaw making ways over the weekend, of course, Saturday Night Live who like if I knew ten people to people watch. But Crenshaw writing a piece in the Houston chronicle today the title being the Serna live Motte my appearance. Here's why I didn't demand apology in. If you sing Crenshaw before where's the patch because he was serving NF ghanistan in a roadside bomb. Went off the past couple of weeks have been unusual for me to say, the least Crenshaw says after a year of hard campaigning for congress in Texas and gradually entering into the public sphere. I was hit sudden blinding I was hit by a sudden blinding spotlight. But I have no complaints. It wasn't as bad as some other challenges of face. Like, a sudden blinding I d in parentheses see what I did there. Now live as created a comedic monster. On the November third show S and L's Pete Davidson, mar mock Ma appearance, quote, he lost his eye in war, or whatever Davidson said referring to the eye patch. I wear his lawn about my looking like a quote hitman from a particular kind of genre than I won't say because I didn't give warning movie was significantly less infuriating than. I'll be a little strange. I woke up on Sunday morning after the show to hundreds of Tex about what Davidson said he goes on to say that Davidson's dad died in Manhattan trying to save lives. And he honored that they're not. I thought it was a great moment of how we can all in this political climate the so wound up and Davidson's devil in this sentence. Other in Crenshaw think laid out a great example all that to say I'm looking forward to twenty twenty four Benoa Rourke versus Dave Crenshaw for the presidency. But more than that for the time being when I'm looking forward to is our friend Charles foster Johnson right here. Passers Ford Texas children chime in the end in you don't come on often enough. But here your their brother. Hey, good to be on your show. I'm. I'm glad you must be pleased with the political needle moving towards public education. Now in November moving into the next legislature. We certainly weren't at this place two years ago. Yeah. You're exactly right. Texas communities are wrapping their arms of love and care around their neighborhood schools and Texas folks, love love, Texas, public education, and this election reveal that certainly reflected that oh, we need is public leaders a life pastors business leaders real estate folks, standing up for public schools, then our politicians we'll follow. That's what they did this election. So we're going to see a twenty nineteen legislature very different from twenty seventeen until folks. Right. Quick. Charles foster Johnson, you were in Lubbock. You have been the senior passer. I don't know what the designation was it second Baptist in Lubbock. A lot of people within the immediate listening area know that voice know, your name, but tell us a little bit about passers for Texas. Children which advocate for and then we'll get into the political Mnuchin. Well pastors but Texas children was forty five years ago. Two out of the Christian life commission of the Baptist general convention of Texas..
"charles johnson" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"That's my prediction. Yeah. Possibly so. There was news from BUSTER only this week that giants majority owner Charles Johnson. He is a huge Bryce Harper fan. And it sounds like he's willing to do whatever it takes to get Harper. And we know that the giants were in on Stanton last year. We know that they engage with talks. They always have stand said, no because he was what a group, but he grew up a dodgers fan was that the reason again. Again. I don't remember exactly like the giants as a kid or something like that. I know that was one of the reasons I don't see myself as a giant grew up dot liking them. Like, all right. I understand that. Because if I was like if I was a giants fan I got signed with the daughters like, I don't really want. I mean, I guess that would be a tiebreaker he had options. So it doesn't matter. He went to the Yankees. He probably went to the best situation is the inky have much more money than must can count to so six we know the giants were in on STAN. And it was mostly we hear that it was because of this owner Charles Johnson who really wanted to bring a big name to the giants last year. But now it sounds like from what both through only has said the giants are all in on Harper. I can see it happening. A really can. I know this there is there a percentage chance of like is there? A what's the why would say there if d percent giants right now, and I would say the other fifty percents mix of three or four team. I'll look up favorite to land Harper. I bet the giants are not the went to middle schools called Harper. That means absolutely nothing for listeners. Just it's a fun. Fact, fun fact guys Jeff went to a middle school named Harper. Harper junior high okay? Yeah. I went to junior high to seventh and eighth not not no six seven eight as of October twenty ninth of this year. The cubs plus three hundred the nationals are plus four hundred which I think they're done negative. Yeah. And the giants are plus seven fifty or the third the third see and the nationals. He turned down the cubs. I don't think they're in. I think the cubs are out of Bryce Harper Phillies are even so Phillies have the biggest odds to win the Phillies. The reading the little list game. He was a loft. But yet the Phillies are the best are the number one on the angles and Red Sox plus fifteen hundred so I guess technically they're in the dodgers are eight fifty Yankees or eight hundred but it's between the Phillies the cubs in the giants at the moment. Yeah. I mean, that's gonna get one reading from a twenty actually were twenty nine poll or not pull. But it's maker if you're Bryce Harper, and you can pick between Philadelphia and San Francisco where do you go to live? I'm probably gonna pick San Francisco to live because probably nicer area to live in by the taxes are really high too. I don't think you're terribly concerned when you're making three hundred fifty million about about that. But he'll plus tax. You probably are get a get three hundred and twenty of it..
"charles johnson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"According to Josina Anderson, the Dallas Cowboys have acquired Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders that was going to happen. Thank you Jerry didn't talk after the game yesterday. And then he canceled his normal radio appearance tomorrow. He cancelled it already. I'm guessing he was in talks or discussions where you don't want to say anything. Any idea what the compensation has been? No, not yet. All we have is the report. Well, I gave up at least a second round pick. I guarantee that is it. Thanks. Remember? I I was reading this yesterday when they were talking about this move exactly nudist Cowboys would they do it. And the answer to me was yesterday with we see them do stuff like this before never never with the line. I'm blanking on his name right now, but wide receiver they give up a charge Johnson. No. I the second. Now wasn't Charles Johnson? Was it? Charles, ROY Williams, ROY Williams. Charles johnson. He was another bad top wide receiver that they drafted. I think oh, why cannot think about off the rods. Calendar. Got you were thinking Rogers. I got Charles Rogers Johnson, Calvin Johnson in my head and everything. Go ahead. I'm sorry. They gave up a I think a first the second in a fourth in that trade. And it was a terrible trade Williams is he wasn't big boy big receiver. Right. He was done. It was a cherry when the Cowboys traded with Detroit. Get ROY one to four. Yes. Joey Galloway they gave up to number ones. I think he was a better player than Williams was in Dallas. But that was a lot to give they traded to Terry. Glenn didn't they? The patriots. Or did they sign him as a free agent? Remember the Cowboys had him. You think you think a second got done? I think so I mean, let's see a one they may have given up a one. But I mean, what that says to me is that they're probably gonna signing to a long term deal. Yeah. Because they need they need a wide receiver. Here's the problem with that. I have questions whether he's he's a good good NFL player. Yeah. We'll find out. We don't know. I don't know what it is. Maybe he wasn't happy in Oakland. I don't know. He's under contract next year. Put he's due on that fifth year option. Fourteen people. Yeah. So it makes sense to knock that cap. Number town, sign long long-term, eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. They got to find out what they're gonna do with that. I think Dax is eligible for one year left on his deal. He's getting resigned. Right. If you're trained for Mark Cooper, you might as well as much crap is Jon Gruden getting right for beat what he's doing. He's clearly tearing that team down to rebuild it with draft pick. He is don't make it out to beat the team. He wants he's got a ten year contract. So it doesn't matter. We have an update on this first round first rounder did it again, he so stupid, Jerry Jones. A first round draft pick. Well, think about it. Is it a bad move? Yes. You don't win in this league by giving up first round draft picks for for wide receivers that have question marks found him. I don't I know I know that but when your team. Who's in a position of you wanna win or you want to at least be a postseason team. Like, what is a rookie wide receiver gonna come in there and tear it up for him like? I mean, it's hard finding a guy that you're going to say this is going to be our wide receiver, and we're going to go forward would help like if they can get Amari Cooper right now. And he can help them out the rest of the year and in the future. And then you sign into a long term deal. You got your your your your wide receiver? I mean, whether you spend first round pick on him now or you try to get it in the draft. Like, they're not going to be a top ten team. Right. If they win setting win eight games where they drafted at fifty six seventy. Middle. Yeah. So for twenty five year old to Tom Pro Bowl wide receiver. I'll say this. I have to give them credit for going for it. I I applaud the balls on them that I ever give me the GM of a team right because I'm more about proven players than I am about guys coming out in the draft. I don't know what the hell. Somebody's going to be coming out of college. I don't know now unless I'm forced to be in that position of taking that guy. Yeah. I'll take him as a backup. But if I got a proven player get him. And if don't cost me money is gonna cost me money. How many first round picks his team going to have the raiders? Holy cow. They're doing they're doing what the what the Browns, right? When the Browns they got all those pigs. Amazing. That's amazing. And like, you said it, and I would I would never have traded a first round draft pick for for Amari Cooper, just based on what I've seen out there. It's me because here's the thing. And you're right. This isn't about the first round pick. Now, you're committing to him with money. Now, he heat you're paying him to be your number one receiver. And if he fails you're screwed if he succeeds care about the first round draft pick, no. Now, your reaction eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four Cowboys have a need. They say screw the first round pick. We're going to get it. Eagles have a need. Howie there. Harry, Howie levian not reporting. You can give a first round pick for. No, no. Because did you gotta residing yet? He's no I wouldn't give the second eight hundred seven nine ninety four ninety four and take aim on somebody from yesterday. I did it with went. Some people are doing Jim Schwartz. Who do you do with eight seven nine ninety four ninety four. The Cowboys has got the best wide receiver on the market your reaction to that eagles fans. We're live at chickens in south Philly..
"charles johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"With three fifteen Is this is this true Sometimes Three fifteen on the. Bench I I can hit three fifteen and a couple of. Times but, yeah I'm. Sure how do you try to use that along with your your speed and your league get off to to make the plays that you? Use Basically must be helps. Me create, a momentum. Towards the tackles last is getting off already got my first two to three steps on the ground to speed the power or sit here Hi Do you have a counter move? Off your primary, pass, rush move. Marquis I just like to set them up for a lot of. Speed Embark What is codified you to run and the hold the, edge and now you're not using speed is, much but you're using leverage and. Power are you able to go ahead and do that? Too Those stretch runs, or awesome those politics that's coming. Out you this I'm able to do the same thing Because my get. Off I mean that's the first thing we do. Here the fundamentals. So listen we, get off the ball we react to Aki whatever key give us this what we do last question Mark he's. Charles Johnson had his retirement party in announcement yesterday after eleven years with this organization at, the fence event and he said Julius peppers really didn't talk too? Much at first when he got here has Julius peppers spoken with you very, much since you've been here he told the mirror and you know he gave me a heads up with. You know, what moves, I can use. The utilize my speed and. Help me get run is more basically. He's been you know I do good There you go In good company because you're selling your ahead of Charles Johnson was at this point in his career as far as conversations. With the JP thank you. For joining us congratulations on three now so. Much good game, by the way Star is a lot like Addison Yeah yes Injury updates are brought to you by, atrium health the official health care provider for the Panthers primary care and where you needed access across, the Carolinas the world, class care Jeremiah Searle's leaving after starting the game, at right tackle the. Hamstring injury, so again another injury to the Panthers offense. Of line the only negative note from this game has we check in once again with bread. And Mike. All right thanks, a. Lot Jim and this is now time. For windows they were part of, the. Program Linda what are we talking? About, pizza Yes sir Panthers football brought to you by Papa John's all season, long Papa John's every. Day pampa special too large to topping pizza's for, only eight dollars and. Eighty eight, cents each when you use code Panthers eight. Eight eight better gradients better pizza Papa John's proud partner of Carolina Panthers and by the way. We haven't. We haven't officially, welcomed. Intern khloe yes khloe from queens college. Baron general likes to wait for, the, regular season to do that? Well Byron sitting over there quietly he's, all, the other side of the. Room. Now he can't stop us from doing this she was a student. In our executive producer Chris she said. He was like a. Slave driver it tough he was tough using credibly tough Crowley tough. Yeah Credibly tough teacher. So we're khloe it's good, to, have. You. Here We, hope you're. Hearing until the. End of January or early February That'd be great When, we come back we'll get you updated of the stats from that. Is ball game we'll also hear from, coach Ron Rivera you're listening to the Carolina. Panthers radio network News talk eleven ten Imagine.
"charles johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
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"charles johnson" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Radio network. Yes. Darnold made his NFL debut with the jets and threw a touchdown, pass the Charles Johnson. You boy lark, Charles jobs? No longer that one got away. Just like Sam darnold and the jets cruise to seventeen nothing win over the falcons. A game in which darnold looked really comfortable in two and a half quarters of work teddy Bridgewater looked very good in his limited time. Josh mccown barely played, but Chris Wesseling. What were your takeaways from the jets quarterback room, the falcons. I thought Bridgewater looked like himself. You wanna see him run around a little bit more and take some hits if you're interested in trading for him. But I thought he looked good darnold. I think he looked, he looks fine. But I think in all of my years falling football, that performance was such a departure from the reaction on Twitter that I couldn't even believe it. When I watched game film, I thought he did something spectacular or played out of his mind. He what he had seven series in one score. I feel like the jets. I don't know if they went out of their way to do this. They didn't force him into situations where he had to create on the fly. Sort of said he here it is do it, and he did everything they asked. And I think the response was probably around. This was a guy that if you went to watch Sam darnold, the tag was always gonna probably fumbled the ball twice and throw a killer, pick any made no mistakes like that. And he checked the boxes for the jets. And I think it's also a team in a fan base that is dying for hope at this position, and they got to good quarterback performances, which is very rare in New York. And so the Twitter thing probably is part of the pack. Twitter, it was an incredibly encouraging performance from Sam darnold. He looked completely at ease he, yes, things got quiet in the second half and you can that's worth noting. But to me, what I saw in that touchdown drive in particular is why he took me. More first team reps today in practice in why seems like he's a favorite for the job now because he does not look again the youngest quarterback in the league right now. He did not look like a guy that was overwhelmed by the moment that drive in the two minute drill. He was excellent h eight. It should have been eight straight completions for touchdown, Charles Johnson dropped one that should have been touchdown. Then he threw another touchdown. They got wiped out by an undaunted on third and long. He then bought time and hit Johnson again for the touch. You really would have three touchdowns in terms of his play. I thought it was a really encouraging. That's why the the people, especially jets fans on Twitter. So excited because that's exactly what you're hoping to see he checked. I think the plan has been all along for him to start space. Their sources that are talking to reporters are going to be eating very way in the way that they've talked about darnold. I didn't take a lot away from the game between him and Bridgewater not positive or negative. The he hit the open receivers. They were both protected extreme. Well, he didn't have to make any crazy throws. They didn't move the ball to well, what's seven drives and the only had more than one first down on one of them. So it wasn't like a celebration. But the third down the touchdown on third and long with certainly a nice play him stepping up and you just wanna see more. His best work was in the red zone. And I think the thing on darnold that they've said is the positive all along is unflappable mentally. It's not. He's not an excitable individual when you see his interviews and stuff, and we shouldn't care about that at this point. But it's just sort of a dude that seems like he's pretty much never cowed by the moment. And this would have been a chance to react that way and he didn't. I thought, especially with the touchdown stuff. Yes, I would like to see in the next game or if they can let them spread his wings a little bit..
The Bear’s Den, August 11, 2018
"Number three overall pick os thirteen for eighteen ninety six yards and a touchdown that with jets radio with the call that was a fourteen, yard, touchdown pass, Charles Johnson Dr. Look good he played the entire second half of the jets who shut out the, falcons. Seventeen Matt Ryan played one
"charles johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The flu in bed gosh i literally have one of those masks to their from the doctor's office today yes they're everywhere they have those masks on oh god it's time for the headlines and andre is here with that and then joining us here just a couple of minutes charles johnson community strategist as well it's cool project we want you to know about how about that for teeth i here's under president trump said yesterday he's considering commuting the sentence of former governor rod blagojevich who was convicted of corruption and pardoning a lifestyle entrepeneurship martha stewart who also served in federal prison after being convicted of charges related to a stock sale hours earlier trump said on twitter he would pardon deneche desouza conservative commentator and obama critic who pleaded guilty to campaign finance ride and then of course later on thursday the they had pardon had been granted also the body of a teenage girl who was seen lat last last in april has been found on chicago's west side fifteenyearolds dario davis disappeared april twentyseventh when she was last seen leaving her home in the forty two hundred block of west adams street she was found may eleventh in an abandoned building just six blocks away from her west garfield park home autopsy results are pending and a chicago firefighter facing charges after his fourteen year old daughter posted a snapchat photo of herself holding her dad's rifle team also posted the photo with the message quote don't worry i won't shoot up lane referring to lane tech high school the girl's father a sixty year old firefighter has been cited for failing to secure a weapon from a minor and possession of an assault rifle in the city where it is illegal chicago public school thing that no credible threat was found they did investigate but again don't assume your teenagers not an idiot sit down with them.
"charles johnson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"To continue the educational experience of the rose bowl and podcast our next segment is bad as pirates you haven't heard of this babes name is an bonnie it's another female one of the most female famous female pirates of all time what are the only famous female pirates of all time she was a strong independent woman way ahead of her time an irish pirate who operated in the caribbean and bonnie and the little bit that we do know about here and her life came from captain charles johnson's general history of the robberies and murders of the most notorious pirates and for whatever reason in the title of his book charles johnson spills pirates py our ats i don't know what like a european i know anyway back to end bonnie reason that's important to note where the information comes from is because this was obviously during a time when you know not the most effort was being put forth to accurately put into history all these pirates that wasn't necessarily the english fucking historians weren't like man we gotta make sure we get all the accurate details about and bonnie that's just not the way it worked so we've got we've got in it is what it is but the reason bonnie is so cool there's a lot of gender stuff involved here and she challenged the wholesalers adage that a woman's presence on a ship invites bad luck she was one of the few successful female pirates in ones that gained fame and notoriety says she was kind of a pioneer on the female front of not just pirating but in general of women's rights in a way she was a daughter of a servant woman mary brennan and br.
"charles johnson" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Today's also any of the thoughts now that there is more clarity on the peter's trade in bordeaux's contract are two big topics from monday show right well andrew nye disgusted clearly but the offset in the board of contract makes that even better for the jags in my mind and then on the peter's trade you know again they got as much as they could get form they called every team and so i think the fact that that's as much as they could get despite the fact they called every team i think that probably says a lot about how much of a handful markers pieterse's so we'll see and maybe even some inconsistencies in his game he's a little bit of a little bit of a risktaker this is andrew likes to say it is deletion season since monday the bears have cut cornell mcphee in quinton dem's panthers cut court coleman and charles johnson the chiefs parted ways with ron parker i think i fall somewhere where ron parker has more defensive snaps for the chiefs last year than any other player so they are not messing around derek johnson marcus peters alec smith ron parker a match or even done yet panthers i get it some of these teams decide this guy's not worth the money anymore and we can better utilize that elsewhere but it's still doesn't sound like the panthers they're going to be able to resign andrew nor well and maybe not stole the tula either i mean i i if you listen to the even money podcast which we just posted i'm i'm i'm kinda down on the panthers for next year man adjust they get a lot of negativity swirling there and it's hard to see mostly what happened if free agency but based on the rumors and what they're doing so far it's hard to really see them getting better than they were last year.
"charles johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hundred to gear parents let you see movies before you should have seen them did they did they burn your retinas one two nine eight one seventy two hundred i think a lot of people also see movies a too soon if they have bigs if they have older siblings at and that happens to a lot of people but my case my parents took me to movies that were incredibly and appropriate time now for our news here with everything you need to know is rob artear four chicago men wrongfully imprisoned for their alleged involvement 1995 double murder during a robbery have filed a federal lawsuit accusing police and cook county prosecutors of coercion and withholding evidence the convictions of charles johnson the rods styles will sean exelled intro sean mccoy were overturned in 2017 that was seven years after new fingerprint evidence implicated a man known to have argued with the two victims shortly before their deaths the senate has voted to start debating immigration including whether to protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants in the us illegally the vote was ninety seven to one president trump is considering citizenship for up to one point eight million young dreamers while seeking twenty five billion dollars for security including his proposed border wall and the john hancock center will be getting a new name the current owners of the building however just don't know water when that will be john hancock with its name throughout the building asked that all names and logos be removed immediately for right now the building will simply go by eight seventy five north michigan avenue as owner chicagobased turn company searches for an interested party wanting to spend for the naming rights which her an estimated at one point five million dollars annually ira volunteer traffic and weather next on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn your paul and the newsprint erin spring plus interim yeah calmer right looking at getting an amazing iphone asia because now you can lease wifo naked the other.
"charles johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Both chevy dot com i four chicago been wrongfully imprisoned for their alleged involvement in a 1995 double murder during a robbery have filed a federal lawsuit accusing police in cook county prosecutors of coercion and withholding evidence the convictions of charles johnson murad styles will sean ezell intro sean mccoy were overturned in 2017 was seven years after new fingerprint evidence implicated a man known to have argued with the two victim shortly before their deaths the lawsuit names thirteen former should called the police detectives as defendants as well immigration reform is again being tied to president trump's proposed border wall at white house briefing budget director mick mulvaney said the administration's 2019 budget plan sent to congress today includes a deal that would help young immigrants if democrats agree to spending twenty five billion dollars over two years for a wall along the southern border and former president obama says that sitting down for his presidential portrait was it frustrating experience speaking at the paintings unveiling ceremony today at the national portrait gallery lou president obama said he normally hates posing and says he gets in patient and started looking at his watch he did tell the crowd however that working with the artist to was a great joy let's take a look at wgn sports swift kevin powell gear abby blackhawks hockey's on the air tonight hawks trying to end a fivegame losing streak will take on the lastplaced coyotes in phoenix anton forsberg the start in net and some good news on corey crawford he did practice today for the first time in nearly two months she's been out with an upper body injury chris boden's pregame in about an hour faceoff at eight with john in troy radi are aren't wgam bowls host the orlando magic tonight at the uc former white sox pitcher esteban little wiser arrested in san diego on drug trafficking charges he was caught with over forty pounds of suspected cocaine and pictures and catchers report this week i get us that further notice down out precise housing suspected okay what else can be well they just haven't exactly confirmed baking powder about this burger bar at the and it's a pitcher who made over forty million dollars in his career playing in the major league baseball but decided to sell drugs and stick well i mean it is it is he's he loves it.
"charles johnson" Discussed on KOIL
"Nj died dot com studios connell charles manson is dead are you said get them out anyway charles johnson of course he gave many interviews over the years apparently ah the head of some sort of agreement to allow people into the prison anyway geraldo rivera interviewed them at one point take a lesson wall sent clinton has any relation to the world i saw this cinquanta children gotta is reaching for germany's germany's want rights that's what prisons a four and then this exchange between geraldo this is an 1983 geraldo and charles manson and 1983 and manson sounds pretty ah unstable the panel i'd you hit off home some german blunt eight awful me some germline had my teeth knocked out your life in that misery is looking heller admitted as weakness ain't got no misery in paradise man everybody's my french enemies no injuries that i know of fourth in here what is not a la uh no i don't know what are asked to them the not entirely with yourself man with an of beer did you like me out of like you know lining the allied jewish way of the us back certainly he died of natural causes now he could he di was sentenced to death but the switch that around and we ended up paying from forever one prisoner did try to kill him a few years ago throwing a lighter fluid on them or something either way natural causes 83 a nansen out the house byebye and you know there's a lot of all these sexual assault and harassment allegations governor cuomo actually named in a lawsuit apparently he ignored the pleas of a sexual harassment victim of somebody who he appointed anyway you have russell simmons deny while not denying actually saying that will what he did to a seventeen year old was consensual him in brett ratner another guy who's been accused by many multiple accusations of sexual assault the of lena dunham who would defended an accused rapist and then of sort of backtracked didn't didn't change what she said but said maybe i should have said this at this time ryan seacrest of course accused z says the his accuser is a liar so a lot of that stuff out there now hillary clinton for her part she said over the weekend about bills accusers this.
"charles johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"England 48yard field goal tweet nothing lead on their opening drive grab it comes back in answers on the panthers dopey dr 32 yard or were three three of the first quarter panthers get top waiting for quarterback sacked by the veteran charles johnson here ray the one back liam gin after the snap he'd gotten to us gone on trade he's got room pompton wants growth to the right bracketed topped zack julie element julie's proper is also had a sack in the first half so patrick yet the brady twice they do get a touchdown brady decreased hogan a twoyard or candles jewelry new england would lead in the second quarter panthers cardboardbacked low ice little bit of misdirection here on us green here's cabinet the fis you would occur to 28 yard store to receivers left through receivers ride mccaffrey starts emotion jordan one back pistol nude looks at mccaffrey bright side come back to the left side three bobby whitaker thirty 25 points but sent to the left jason chan panthers tied up patriots go back in front though gostkowski a 35yard field goal thirteen 10 new england in the second quarter schick play in those half though newton finds a wide open calvin benjamin of 443 are gain here bird along again down nine for the panthers minute nigeria to play second quarter england 3point lead mccaffrey wide left new england comes up the market nude with a.
"charles johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"England 48yard field goal nothing lead on their opening drive grab it all comes back an answers on the panthers dopey dr 32 yard or were three three in the first quarter panthers get tom brady for quarterback sacked by the veteran charles johnson here two ray the one back lien finn after the snap he'd gotten to us gone on trade he's got room pompton wants growth to the right bracketed topped zack julie element julie's proper is also had a sack in the first half so patrick yet the brady twice they do get a touchdown brady decreased hogan a twoyard or candles jewelry new england would lead in the second quarter panthers cardboardbacked though ice little bit of mr reaction here on us screen here's cabinet the fis you would occur to 28 yard store to receivers left jewish receivers ride mccaffrey starts emotion jordan one back pistol looks at mccaffrey bright side come back to the left side three bobby whitaker thirty twenty five point it's got potential to the ten left his end jan panthers tied up nature's go back in front though gostkowski a 35yard field goal thirteen 10 new england in the second quarter schick play in those half though newton finds a wide open calvin benjamin of 443 are gain here third along again thirdandnine for the panthers nigeria to play second quarter england 3point lead mccaffrey wide left new england comes up for market nude with a blitz on drops back chance rosa benjamin completely wide open the forty gamma sidelined to thirty that twenty trillion double that thirteen yard line and then it would just be moments later cam newton finds devon fudges for the 10yard touchdown score conscious in motion bombarded here who has the shotgun snap tax up canzone just got a touch seventy thirteen panthers on the final play but have steven gostkowski up fifty eight yards yoga a career long for him patriots conduct aldo one point gained seventeen sixteen carolina here at halftime the panthers in the.