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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Maybe as a way of us getting near wrapping up here. Turns out, I've seen him live. His name is Darren Brown. He's a British mentalist. And if you don't know magic are very impressed, because he actually manages to pick the card that somebody uses. Now, it turns out I went with a friend of mine, and she is a member of the brotherhood of magicians. It turns out there is a society of professional magicians, and she was very unimpressed because she knew how the trick was done. So in general, I think if we know how architectural works, we tend to be less sensitive to it. So let me tell you about this trick. I didn't believe it was done. This way, until I started doing it in class. What Darren Brown does, he walks in and says, I want you to pick a card, imagine it. Don't tell me what it is. And then he does a set of things to make you think about the card. He says, imagine the card as a screen, he holds up his fingers and it looks not quite like a screen tilted, so it's actually looks a little bit like a diamond. Then he says, imagine bright and vivid in your mind, and what is more vivid, black, red. And the numbers are in the corner, and with his hands he draws a squiggle which happens to look like the number three. And by doing that, he's making more available to you, red, diamonds, and three. And in class, you can actually there are people who've done the video of that little demonstration with the hand gestures and without the hand gestures. Enters in class, I just have people look at one or the other, and they're much more likely to have three of diamonds. When they see the gestures and the vividness cramped. Now what's interesting about that is that means that Dern Brown is not a mind reader as much as he is a mind writer..

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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:00 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Won't feel pain, but you may die sooner. And of those hundred plus people, there was a huge effect. I'm going to roughly say 30% pick the comfort care or the life extension was the default, 60% when the comfort care was the default. So there's a very big preference difference. That's because we've conflicting goals and we haven't thought about this much. Now, what's interesting about the point of assembling preferences. They then being good scientists and look you were in a study. You were randomly decided which set of defaults you got. Now do you want to change? And I think only three people change their mind. That, after having constructed or having assembled a preferences, in the study they didn't want to revisit the decision. And so that's a good example. Someone is making decisions about what the fault should be. In most of the U.S. it's actually the life extension. And whoever is doing that, wittingly or unwittingly haphazardly perhaps, is actually deciding for people what kind of care they'll have for the end of life. Yeah. I'm a big proponent of being able to make more choices about how your life ends. And that one default. Think of how much potential money and suffer in that one unthought about default could be. The follow on that you said there, which I find fascinating is that only a couple people changed. And I'm wondering if this is just a topic where people are like, I do not want to think about this again. Or do you think it's because we really don't want to believe that we've been influenced? And we want to believe that our choices came from us. I'm asking you to speculate here, of course. Yeah, there's a third slightly, more nuanced version of that, which is, you know, I've made that decision once. I thought about what I want. I don't want to revisit that decision. It's related to both of those things. But I think once I formed a preference, if I remember it, why are you visited? Yep. And I think that is so important to everything we're talking about today, which is sometimes that obstinacy about preferences can be really problematic because those preferences were made under very specific circumstances and were influenced by things that we are completely unaware they were influenced by. And so I think the more often we ask ourselves questions about what's really important, what really matters to me, the more clear we'll be in the less will be influenced by either current choice architecture or choice architecture that influences in the past that we weren't aware of. But it's so hard once a preference gets established. So let me give you a little speculative hint of how you might detect choice architecture. You go to most websites and they actually will allow you to sort the options. So a very famous study in my mind took people and gave them wine lists. This was in a store that was actually run, it turns out at duke. With their MBAs, and the list was either ordered by price, or by quality. As you might guess, if it was sorted by price people chose cheaper wines, was sorted.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Simply won't. We're always going to have deadlines that feel unattainable. It's always going to be this way. We actually built in that term slack, you know? There's a project manager I learned to start going. All right, you know what? My people said it's going to take a week. I'm going to budget two weeks. Just because I know that we need that slack. And the nice thing is, there are going to be times that are more or less busy. I'm in the middle of a very busy semester. I know, come may, I'll have more time. But it's not that I'm going to have infinite time. In fact, I know there'll be a little bit more time. But then you know a nasty little thing I have to catch up with everything I'm not doing now. Yep. So there'll be lots of things that fill up that time. I think when I schedule my week, by the way, one of the things I try and do is allocate not just I'm going to write this paper in the meet with a student and say, I'll do that sometime later this week. I actually try and schedule how long it's going to take. And by allocating the time, I end up being a little bit less ambitious and probably hopefully a little bit less stressed out. I agree. I try and do something similar and then just put my to do list away like don't even think about it. It's not happening in this window. Another corollary of this idea is I often think to myself, am I ever going to want to do this thing, right? Because there's a tendency to think, oh, I'll feel more like doing it tomorrow, right? And I ask myself, am I ever going to feel like it? And if the answer is no, I try and do it as quickly as possible. I just try to be like, look, it's something I'm never going to want to do. I'm always going to dread doing it. The sooner I do it, the less time I have to dread it. I think that's nice advice. We talked about it a little bit, but let's talk about screening. First, what is it? How is it used in choice architecture? And then to make it a three part question, how might we use it in making better choices for ourselves? And when not to use that, is the other component. Okay, so four part question. Yes. So my wife reads The New York Times valles column. And this is a habit on Sunday. They used to be the paper now it's her eye patch. You'll say, who married whom, and as a result, I started looking just to see what she's looking at. And it started that the about maybe 8 years ago, New York Times started mentioning what dating services. People met on. Wow. And there are lots of them. And they're very different. And one of the things that's true is one of the ways they differ is how many dates they show you at a time. There's a dating service, and it's called coffee meets bagel that was started by three sisters, and they want to build a website for women, and they made the decision to only show you one person a day. Now they show you a few more, but it's still a very limited list. Compare that to other sites like Tinder. Tinder, of course, shows you an infinite number of possible dates. And there's even the urban dictionary has aligned about Tinder thumb, which is the pain you feel after scrolling too much and the annuity is the phrase they use of realizing no one's exactly right. Now, there's something up that goes on that it really illustrates this idea of screening. If I see one person day, I'm going to read about them, not just look at the picture..

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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"That they're asking me. But then when that same person would later have to start looking at their life, they'd be like, why on earth did I add another thing? It's because in the moment all they were thinking about was whether, do I want to do this one thing? Oh, yes, this one thing sounds good, but the context of the larger whole was completely lost. If you ask them what they're doing that day, they have a long list of things there's too much to do. You ask them, do they want to be on this board? They say. Well, they would be nice. And you would get to meet the first nice things about it. They're not thinking about the fact they're giving up time with their kids or hobbies or spouse. With time, it's actually even harder to think about the other things that we do because when we think about the future, we don't think about the fact that we're going to be as busy in three weeks. As we are today, because those things don't come to mind. It's called by some friends slack. We always think we'll have more slack in the future and the reality is we don't. Just like with money with our allocation of time, we neglect the opportunity costs of agreeing to do things in the future. Is there anything that you can think of that might be general rules of thumb that we might use? That would help us make better choices. I think there's a simple one that's coming out of our conversation, which is think about what are the alternative uses of the resource. So if you're buying something, what else could you do with the money? And how would you feel about giving that up or time? What else could you do with the time? So, you know, I get an invitation or any chapter or write a book..

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Certain ones, all of a sudden became sort of out for me. I was like, well, I am not going to put bramble berry crisp with chocolate in my mind, those two don't go together. So it's this idea that, you know, our preferences, I might say, well, I like chocolate ice cream. I prefer that, but it's going to be modified in context of where I am, who I'm around other things that are presented to me. So how do we know what we really want? How do you think about that question? It's really tough. And I think a challenge to people who study choices is knowing when someone's making a good choice. So one way of doing it is are people consistent. So I take you to the gelato place, which will be 36 different nice gelato there. And I sort them one way, and you pick the bramble berry cream, and I sort another way, and you pick the bamboo or cream, then I think you have a real preference. But if you sort them differently, now you're choosing chocolate or the hazelnut, then I think your choice is actually going to be pretty flexible, that it's actually not that strong of a preference. And it's interesting. You may experience both of those choices as being strong preferences, and not be worried that the order of the ice streams change your choice. Like it if it's consistent. Another way is we can say, let me move to a place because I don't want to be as judgmental as you might be with ice creams. But let's say you're buying a credit card. Some credit cards are worse than others on every dimension. We want to make sure you don't buy the really bad credit card. So that's another way we can tell whether it's a good choice or not. Finally, for the sake of studies and I think to understand choice architecture, I can give you a goal. Let's say I was telling by the credit card that's best for this kind of person, someone who never carries a balance that always pays off in spends months, lots of points. Then I can know what the rate credit card would be for you. I think if it's a little bit like a flight simulator that is in flight simulator, I could say, okay, you get delaying in Charles De Gaulle airport now. Where you get to land in Portland, Oregon, or Portland, Maine. If you can land in all those places, the cockpit is a good one. But if you start crashing in places, then I know it's not such a good one. I want a way of presenting your choices that's going to let you find the right thing for you. No matter what it is you're looking for..

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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Another food example turns out a friend of mine did some studies in the 1980s. It was delightful. Actually interviewing him. And he took the same ground meat. And called it either 30% fat or 7% lean. Now, if you add those up, that's all that ground beef can be lean or fat. And so it's exactly the same meat, just with two different labels. And people who were shown the lean would pay more for it and thought it tasted worse. Than if they saw the fat which they thought was juicier, tasted better, but they didn't want it as much, at least at the time. And what he argues and has evidence for is that people think about different things. With fat, they think about how juicy it is, how tasty it is. With lean, they think of it building muscle. And it's the exact same meat, and he actually would cook it up in the lab and have people taste it. And the 30% fat would taste better to people, and it's not because it's any difference because what they think about as a consume it is different. So your guitar case is not just making it easier. It's also reminding you that you could be playing music now. Ah, thank you. Now I feel better about myself. Let's talk more about memory, though, because it is an important part of all this. And you say that what we say we prefer depends upon what we recall. So the phrase that I like is assembled preferences that often we go into a situation, not knowing exactly what it is we want. In a restaurant, since we're talking about food a lot today, in a restaurant, I may have three or four things I think about eating. And I have many goals I want to be thin, I want to have delicious tasting food and sometimes those are in conflict. So one of the way the choice architecture works is fairly simple..

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"It's a disaster. That's right. And it goes to show how really important small costs are as barriers. Having to go out to get something keeps you from getting it, but free clicks and you're in, that's so easy, you do it. Right, right. We could think, though, even in terms of this that you might favorite certain things in an app that you want to choose. Favorite the restaurants you want to order from if that's what you're doing. Or put them on the first page versus putting them ten pages back on your phone. And so let's now move to talking about what some of the elements of choice architecture are. Let's talk about what sludge is. It's a great word. I just like to say it's sludge. And what is it? So sludge, I think is due to someone named Richard Taylor, who happened to win a Nobel Prize, and he's a clever wordsmith. In fact, I think he came up with a phrase choice architecture. By the way, he wrote a famous book called nudge, which is about changing people's behavior, and so what is bad nudging? Sludge. It even rhymes. But sludge is choice architecture that is meant to hurt people. I was going to say help them do the wrong thing, which is another way of saying that it hurts them. So let me give you one example, which actually also is called a computer science dark patterns, which is almost a better phrase it's another great one. What that means is I subscribe to The New York Times because I think it's good. I do that by one click and turns out they've already filled out the form for me. It's very easy. When it comes time to unsubscribe because I've decided I don't read it, I can't do that on the web. I have to pick up the phone. I have the valley every number, and they actually ask me things like, are you sure?.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on The One You Feed

"We believe literacy can and should be for all. That's why at lexia, we're all for literacy. Thanks for joining us. Our guest on this episode is Eric Johnson, the director of the center for decision sciences, Columbia business school at Columbia University. His research examines the interface between behavioral decision research, economics, and the decisions made by consumers, managers, and their implications for public policy, markets, and marketing. Today, Eric and Eric discuss his book, the elements of choice, why the way we decide matters. Hi, Eric, welcome to the show. Hey Eric, so glad to be with you. Yeah, I am really excited to have you on. We're going to be discussing your book, the elements of choice, why the way we decide matters, which is a topic I am deeply interested in. But before we get into that, let's start like we always do with a parable. There's a grandparent who's talking with their grandchild in the sand life. There are two wolves inside of us that are always at battle. One is a good wolf, which represents things like kindness and bravery and love. And the other is a bad wolf, which represents things like greed and hatred and fear. And the grandchild stops and thinks about it for a second, looks up at their grandparents and says, well, which one wins? And the grandparent says the one you feed. So I'd love to know how that parable applies to you and your life and in the work that you do. Well, it's a great parable because I think it shows the power of feeding what I think of attending to one side or the other. And so we have inner dialogs all the time, and we also make choices, and those choices aren't independent. That is, they don't make choice one and doesn't affect choice too. I get up in the morning, I decide what to eat, I decide which exercise or not. And those choices are linked. They come into habits. And the other thing that strikes me is that in terms of what I care about, I care about how I pose decisions to other people, and that's a choice to feed one wolf the other. I can either do something that isn't their best interest..

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After firing coach, Flyers drop 9th straight, 7-5 to Avs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

After firing coach, Flyers drop 9th straight, 7-5 to Avs

"The the avalanche avalanche scored scored four four first first period period goals goals over over to to a a seven seven five five win win over over the the flyers flyers Colorado Colorado tied tied the the game game in in the the first first period period on on a a shorthanded shorthanded goal goal by by Eric Eric Johnson Johnson the the avalanche avalanche mated mated to to one one on on a a goal goal by by Gabriel Gabriel Landeskog Landeskog it it became became four four one one now now looks looks new new hook hook and and Cale Cale Makar Makar scored scored power power play play goals goals twenty twenty six six seconds seconds apart apart the the goal goal by by my my car car was was his his eleventh eleventh yeah yeah obviously obviously we we want want to to be be good good on on the the special special team team side side of of things things moving moving the the puck puck well well fast fast Claude Claude Giroux Giroux scored scored a a pair pair of of goals goals in in the the loss loss the the ninth ninth straight straight for for the the flyers flyers who who hours hours earlier earlier I I believe believe the the lame lame video video of of his his duties duties as as head head coach coach Michael Michael Luongo Luongo Philadelphia Philadelphia

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Selected No. 1 Overall by Buffalo Sabres, Owen Power Returning to Michigan

Howard and Jeremy

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Selected No. 1 Overall by Buffalo Sabres, Owen Power Returning to Michigan

"Onto the ice. Buffalo Sabres, first overall pick in 2021 Owen Power is reportedly returning to Michigan for his sophomore season as He will become the first number one overall pick since Eric Johnson in 2000 and six to not play right out of the draft after being drafted number one

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Comedian and Author Evan Sayet Discusses Supremacy and How It Characterizes 'Woke' Culture

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Comedian and Author Evan Sayet Discusses Supremacy and How It Characterizes 'Woke' Culture

"You wrote. A book called the woke supremacy. We've talked about it on this program before. Why is it a supremacy like talk about that idea. I mean let's let's define what a supremacist movement is and what it isn't supremacist. Movement is not one in which somebody has mis gendered plastic toy potato. That's just not a supremacist. Movement supremacist movement is not one in which they found a roaring in a seventy year. Old children's book of a hardworking asian. Man that happens you've been drawn somewhat. Cartoonish -ly eric johnson withdrawn cartoonish lee to a. You know i gotta tell you. This is how fast culture moves the last time you on. We were talking about this stuff and it's already like like late years. In the past. Dr seuss was singled out now. Dr seuss was a leftist. Basically but he was singled out as the cannibal as the wo- culture cancelled culture. Eats its own for a couple of cartoons. He in one thousand nine hundred thirty. He drew a chinese man. Who by the way. If you were in chinatown because the books about mulberry street in one thousand nine hundred thirty the chinese man would have actually looked like that so it wasn't like he was making fun and project. He was running the way they are. But but that's how fast culture moves at that happened that gets cancelled. We move onto the next thing the next thing the next thing and then suddenly here we are. It's insane speed. it is indeed but that's the way it is a totalitarian authoritarian. I e supremacist movement. Right so what is the definition of supremacist movement. It is it is this. It is one in which the members of that movement seek to create a society and then a world but first a society in which all the rights privileges protections opportunities that society belong only to those who possessed a certain traits. All others and eric spelled out the capital low all others are not only to be denied these things but it is a moral imperative to the supremacist. That's society's resources be used to fully disempower forever. Silence and do permanently erased the memory of the existence of all the others so do the woke believed that all rights like right to freedom of speech at long old-age owes who possess the print trail. This we know

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‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas

"Of bottom. John was in Dallas this past weekend as the city renamed the street after him. On Saturday, John was shot and killed in 2018 by an off duty Dallas police officer who said it was a mistake. Mayor Eric Johnson at the ceremony says it's important that we remember that he also had this to say that John's family think You so much for the grace that you've shown throughout this. We know this is difficult, but the city of Dallas mourns with you. We honor your son's legacy. And hopefully this is just a small, small demonstration of how we feel about the contributions that your son made in the very short period time that we had him here ceremony. But shells shells on on on South South South Lamar Lamar Lamar ST ST ST a a a portion portion portion of of of Lamar Lamar Lamar from from from I I I 32 32 32 South South South Central Central Central Expressway Expressway Expressway is is is now now now renamed renamed renamed Bottom Bottom Bottom John John John Boulevard, Boulevard, Boulevard,

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Dallas Mayor Launches Investigation Into Why Officer Accused Of Murder Stayed On Job

WBAP Morning News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Mayor Launches Investigation Into Why Officer Accused Of Murder Stayed On Job

"Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's calling for urgency in the City Council's investigation into why a Dallas police officer was allowed to remain on the force after he became a person of interest in 2 2019 murders. This is not something I'm at all interested in seeing Move at the pace of city government. Mayor Johnson called in a newly formed ethics committee to get busy and investigate why Brian riser was left on the force for Salone.

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As Texas’ mandate ends, some Dallas-area cities still require a mask

WBAP Morning News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

As Texas’ mandate ends, some Dallas-area cities still require a mask

"The the statewide statewide Govind Govind 19 19 restrictions restrictions are are fully fully rolled rolled back back as as taxes taxes begin begin to to navigate navigate the the new new normal normal of of life life without without statewide statewide restrictions restrictions amid amid the the ongoing ongoing covert 19 pandemic. Local leaders have taken it upon themselves to decide what's best for residents based on current coronavirus metrics. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued a mask mandate for city employees and for residents on city property days before Governor Greg Abbott lifted restrictions. Essentially an order of mine takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. What was Mayor Betsy Price says The city's decision was similar to its North Texas neighbor. The city manager issued an order that city employees would wear masks and the people coming in. We would strongly recommend it, and that's in keeping with the governor's orders that we could. We just felt like it was a little premature to lift it. We wanted to get through spring break for the governor's order attacks. His businesses are also allowed to make their own decisions about whether or not they want to enforce the mask mandate. Prompting some to wonder about the potential spread of covert 19 Now that businesses can operate at full capacity, Mayor Price says the city consulted attorneys about the legalities of easing restrictions and covert 19 spread for its business sector. There's been a fair amount of work that it's a federal level and at the state level, own liability for businesses and for governmental entities, and we're being told there wouldn't be any most of the business owners prices spoken to have said they'll take a sensible approach to mask enforcement. Most of the businesses that I've talked to him for just being reasonable about it. They're saying we're gonna ask him to wear a mask and if they want, we're going to say you can come in any way somebody we're not gonna let people in the city of Dallas is forming an online database on North Texans can identify which businesses are requiring maths and which ones aren't Tristan Hallman is with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office making a judgment Either way. It's just a yes or no. Are you requiring it or not, it'll populated database in a map that's searchable. And you can find locations as well. So the public should be able Tomo to go in and look and see if the business is requiring a master. Not lightly Cove in 19 metrics have been trending downward in north Texas, and leaders want that promising trend to continue in for worth officials air Using a twist on the city's y'all were a mass campaign to do it called it a strong It's the same symbol with the cowboy with the mask, and it's got a listing of what businesses and what restaurants and things will require whether you need a mask or whether you don't need me. Yes, these north AC's and say with the arrival of more covert 19 vaccines, they're optimistic about the future but remain hesitant about the governor's decision to fully open right now. Yeah, Yeah, little little bit. bit. Some Some people people don't don't care. care. I I do do know know some some people people are are really really happy happy about about it. it. I'm I'm kind kind of of scared scared about about it, it, Nicolo Nicolo say say W W B B A A P news. We'll check out weather and traffic

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Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Returns Boeing’s 737 Max To Service

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Returns Boeing’s 737 Max To Service

"In the ability of the Boeing 7 37 Max is it returns to service this week, Multiple flights took off after the planes were grounded worldwide in 2019 following two deadly crashes. Overseas aviation expert Denny Kelly says he has full trust in the software upgrades to the plane matches You safe in airplane injuries in the sky, not safest. Because of all the checks and balances that it's going to her, so I think you know longer and I think it'll help Southwest. He says. The return of the Max will provide a big economic boost to the airline. And Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson is

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Dallas Mayor Asks Businesses to Fill Out City Survey on Mask Policies

Rick Roberts

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Mayor Asks Businesses to Fill Out City Survey on Mask Policies

"Out a new city survey on mask policy. With the lifting of the statewide mass mandate. Many North Texans left wondering which business is still require masks. Tristen Homan with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office says businesses are asked to fill out an online survey about their policy. I think there's an incentive for the businesses. They want the public to know what they're doing before they go there, and we were hopeful that they'll put Anticipate the city will put together an online map and database for North Texans to visit to find out where they'll need a mask and where they won't Clayton Nevil, WB AP

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Dallas to probe why cop accused of murder stayed on job

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas to probe why cop accused of murder stayed on job

"The mayor of Dallas is demanding answers after a Dallas police officer was left on duty after being named a person of interest in two murders. Ryan riser is charged with two counts of capital murder and accused of orchestrating two separate murder for hire plots in 2017, according to DPD riser, was named a person of interest in the murders in 2019, but remained on active duty until he was arrested last week. Mayor Eric Johnson, now calling on a newly established ethics committee to investigate why riser remained on duty. Former Dallas police chief Rene Hall said riser wasn't placed on leave to avoid compromising the investigation.

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Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson to require masking up in city buildings after state order ends

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson to require masking up in city buildings after state order ends

"Sutherland. Fox is the city of Dallas issued its own mass mandate in response to Governor Greg Abbott's decision to lift statewide covert 19 restrictions next week. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson signed the mandate, which is said to begin March 10th when habits order expires. W babies. My trainer says Mayor Johnson doesn't want to lose ground on covert 19 In a statement for the mayor's office, Johnson says, quote masks or one of the most effective tools we have for halting, covered 19 spread and mutations. We cannot afford to let down our guard yet. Was quote the mandate to wear face coverings is required in all city buildings and the city of Fort Worth, will continue to require mask that city buildings to include municipal building city hall and libraries. Other covert 19 safety protocols will also remain in effect to include limited occupancy and temperature checks for

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Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Signs Order Requiring Face Coverings Inside City Government Buildings

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Signs Order Requiring Face Coverings Inside City Government Buildings

"It's too soon to lift mass mandates and doesn't know why Governor Abbott thinks doing so is a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks and all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out that the gallery of it all, essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency governor. Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it anymore. Quite Nevil, WB AP News Were pulled for you and

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Dallas Mayor Plans to Issue Mask Mandate for City Owned Buildings

Chris Krok

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Mayor Plans to Issue Mask Mandate for City Owned Buildings

"The mayor of Dallas is expected issue a mask mandate before the statewide mask requirement is officially lifted next Wednesday. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says it's too soon to lift mask mandates and doesn't know why Governor Abbott thinks doing so is a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks in all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out the legality of it all, Essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency governor. Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it

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Dallas To Enact Mask Mandate Before State Mandate Expires

Rick Roberts

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas To Enact Mask Mandate Before State Mandate Expires

"Of Dallas, expected to issue a mask mandate before the statewide mass requirement is officially lifted next Wednesday was Mayor Eric Johnson says it's too soon to lift mass mandates and doesn't know why. Governor Amit thinks doing so was a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks and all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out the legality of it all, essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. The governor Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it anymore. Twit Nevil, WB AP New

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Dallas mayor: Federal government and FEMA need to 'step up'

Joe Pags

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas mayor: Federal government and FEMA need to 'step up'

"Of people in Texas still under boil water orders and face long lines and empty store shelves. President Bion says he may come to Texas next week, but he doesn't want to be a burden as we recover from a week of extreme cold, and the president said he would make a decision at the start of next week. A mayor's of some of Texas's biggest municipality say they have a long cleanup ahead of them. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says the issues in his city or just getting started, and they need the federal government's help. Austin Mayor Steve Adler says What's happened in Texas shows the state needs to put more regulations in place on the power grid. I'm Carrie. Lucky

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Predators-Stars postponed at city request, extreme weather

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Predators-Stars postponed at city request, extreme weather

"Dallas Stars postpone their home game last night against the national Predators after request from city officials not to play because of the impact extreme weather is having on the area. Morning from our Mercedes Benz and play no support system, Steve Lamb with significant power outages in North Texas and throughout the state, the NHL said the decision to postpone this game was made by the team's the on ice officials and the league. Upon the advice of Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson. The NHL didn't announce a postponement until a half an hour before the scheduled start of the game. There was powered the American Airlines Center, but a spokesman for the mayor said the arena is on the critical infrastructure grid. But the Stars game is not critical infrastructure. American Airlines Center could be critical infrastructure if they were using it for critical infrastructure. The game was the first back to back games and it wasn't clear of tonight's game. Will also be him impacted. Here's an idea with all the people sitting in their homes right now, without any power without any heat. Why not open the American Airlines Center to anybody? He needs somewhere to go to warm up. But the movie slapstick on the big screen. Watch it while you warm up for a few hours. Grab a hot dog and a beer. At least you're not freezing to death in your house hanging out with people are growing. Do the same thing. You are

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City of Dallas partners with Methodist Dallas Medical Center for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

City of Dallas partners with Methodist Dallas Medical Center for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

"City of Dallas and Methodist Hospital in Oak Cliff for teaming up to vaccinate eligible North Texans. Dallas is splitting its weekly shipment of vaccine doses between the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center and Methodist Hospital, which is now administering the shots. Mayor Eric Johnson says the partnership with Methodist is a good fit. They had the expertise Emergency management coordinator Rock Yvonne's dressing that all sites or pulling names from the Dallas County registration website. If they're not on that list, there's no way for us to schedule an applause. Had been for them, according to Mayor Johnson, Things are running smoothly at both Kay Bailey

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Dallas changing vaccine scheduling system after people share links to set up appointments

Rick Roberts

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas changing vaccine scheduling system after people share links to set up appointments

"Vaccination side downtown. This after people shared appointment times and others walked up on invited by the city, causing delays, according to Mayor Eric Johnson. We're currently working on a solution to this. That will stop people from being able to share the link. But this will take a couple of days. At least. The city is partnering with Methodist health system to administer about 5000 additional shots in the coming days. Mayor Johnson believes partner that partnership will help in stopping further problems like what happened over the weekend. Noted. Nineties child actor known for his role on

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Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Apologizes After Frustrations At Convention Center Vaccination Site On Saturday

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Apologizes After Frustrations At Convention Center Vaccination Site On Saturday

"Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued an apology Sunday after residents voiced their frustrations with the city's vaccination site at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center the day before. There were long lines throughout the day, with cars lined up for blocks. The drive up appointment on Lee site was in its third day of operation. And was meant to be efficient, but some saw nothing of the sort. Some residents believe the massive effort should not have been held in the heart of downtown. One vaccine. Registrants said she witnessed fights breaking out among frustrated people in line Mayor Johnson says the convention center site will reopen on Tuesday as the city begins distributing over 4800 doses of the Fizer vaccine.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"The stories we're following the FDA set to approve a Corona virus vaccine for emergency use some time today. And the State Department of Health has reported 2550 nuke opened 19 cases in Washington and reduced however, the number of deaths by 166 The Saturday night on camo TV. We're airing a special called The Fight for the Soul of Seattle. It is three natural follow up to the special we aired, called Seattle is dying and Como's Eric Johnson joins us with a look at this and you say you take no joy in having to put together this special Not at all. I didn't want to do a follow up to Seattle is dying. Had actually told my wife that I wasn't going to do a follow up to Seattle is dying, but the state of our city is not good. This is a city in peril right now. I I honestly believe this could be a failed city. If we don't change the philosophy and the direction that we're following right now, and those of you who live here and love this city and what it was You look around on a day to day basis. If you go downtown, even in your neighborhoods on the outsides of the city. I don't have to tell you what I'm talking about him. It's the tents. It's the drugs. It's the crime. It's the mental illness and we're not intervening in these lives that are reeling out of control on originally perhaps was born of a sense of compassion toe. Leave them be to try to understand what they're going through, but we're killing him. We're killing him on the streets of our our city, and we're killing Seattle and I just Felt like I needed to take another crack at trying to change the direction we're heading. You see a natural follow up. Last time we talked about the drug use and we talked about the crime and we talked about police having their hands tied and not being able to do things. Where you going this time. The over writing. Sentiment is this We no longer feel the need to stop anybody from doing anything in this city from small things like graffiti to larger things. Assaults, burglaries. Theft from stores stores pillaged into submission. We don't prosecute, but even more than that, we don't even file charges. What What's happening in Seattle is The philosophy is to get away from the criminal justice system to skirt the criminal justice system in favor of the social services system, and it's not working. And it's not working for anybody. It's not working for the most vulnerable people on the streets who are suffering from addiction and mental illness. And it's not working for the other 700,000 people who live in this city and love this city and want to feel safe. It's not working for anybody. So I guess my call. The action is to change this course, because if it did, indeed start out as a social experiment of sorts, it doesn't take a genius to look around and figure out that that experiment is failing in spectacular fashion. I know some people criticize you for not having people like the Mayor. City Council members be a part of your special. Give us your reasoning behind that. Look, these are elected officials. They have a body of work. I am reacting to their body of work What they say to defend what course they have taken matters very little in my opinion. The course they have taken is what is important. The results of the course that they have taken is very important. They're on the news every night. If they call a press conference. We show up. If they have a comment about something that's going on. We air it every single night. We do that. So it's not as though these people don't have a voice, our leaders, they have a huge voice. It's just that in this particular show, I'm going a different direction. I am reacting to what they have done our goal in this city to live in a happy, safe, clean place. And at the same time take care of our most vulnerable is something that the left the right the conservative the liberal, We can all agree on that. And that's what I am hoping to sort of change The direction towards the fight for the soul of Seattle will be on combo TV Saturday night at 9 30. I assume we'll be able to see it online after that. Yeah, it'll be on YouTube. It'll be on my Facebook page Eric Johnson Co. Moh. It'll be on comas Web page. You're you'll be able to find it if you want to see it. Eric. Thank you. And Eric is very aware that this special could become a political football. But there's not something he wants to have happen. Come.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Thank you for joining us on the CO Moh afternoon news. Our editor is Jeremy greater than Rick Fantasize with ELISA Jaffe. Wells Fargo is handing out more pink slips amid the pandemic. More than 700 commercial banking jobs have been cut, but the overall number could soar to tens of thousands. The nation's fourth biggest bank is now the first major lender to resume layoffs. A record number of search and rescue mission so far in Snohomish County this year, The Daily Herald reports by the end of Labor Day weekend, there were more than 300 cases, authorities blaming good weather and more people just wanting to get outdoors during covert 19. There's a woman who visits a cemetery in Rochester, Washington, not because she knows someone who's buried there. But because she's doing a good deed. Eric Johnson from Kamo News joining us with today's Eriks heroes sponsored by the retirement solution. Tell us about this. Aren't you always amazed at least about thes people that do things just for the sake of doing them? I mean, she doesn't know anybody in the cemetery. She's not related to this grand mound cemetery outside of Rochester in any way, but but Kelly Mulvaney Rose up at this place every day with a bucket and a scrubber and a shovel and she just goes to work, and she cleans and scrubs and honors these headstones. For 3 to 5 hours every single day. What was it that got her started doing this? At the beginning of covert. She would. She would take her son and her granddaughter for walks and bike rides. And she was she found the cemetery to be peaceful. She felt comfortable there and at home, and as she was Going on her walk. She would look at the headstones, and then it started to bother her that some of them were so overgrown and covered with grass and moss and And it just kind of came into her head. What if I started cleaning these And she took great comfort in that it made her feel good. It made her feel like she was accomplishing something, and you can't believe the work She's done. And every headstone has a story. Does she tell you what she's learned from it? Or has she learned anything about the People stories. Well, I think it's one of those things where you look at the name you look at how old they were. You look at the time in which they lived. Comments, you know, loving father. Ah, wonderful husband or whatever the comments are on the gravestone, and you sort of fill in the blanks yourself. We've all played that game a little bit. I think she definitely does that. She has heard from some of the people whose headstone she is clean. She has run into people at the graveyard who are there and have seen her working and say Thank you. It's just but but for me that the story is why you know what 3 to 5 hours every day, but we all find comfort and worth in different ways. And this is how she finds hers, and I just think it's astounding. I think it's beautiful, and we can see this. And tonight we can see this on Facebook because we're not going to see because of the debate. Yeah, We don't have a six o'clock news tonight, but I wanted Teo put another one of these stories out there and that Eric Johnson Co Mo. You can find it in camo news dot com and she deserves credit and we're going to give her credit Doug on it. Thanks, Eric. That's a wonderful stories got a little out of comfort to the families of those who are there cemetery too well. For some workers, the minimum wage will be going up at the start of 2021 in Seattle. Here's combos. Frank Lindsay, the Seattle Office of Labor Standards announced the increase. On Tuesday. The minimum wage for large employers identified his companies with more than 500 workers will be 16 69 an hour. For employers with 500 workers or less who pay at least a dollar 69 an hour toward the employees, medical benefits or where the employees earn at least a dollar 69 hour and tips. The minimum wage will be $15 an hour. Frank Lindsay Comeau News 3.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Our card account last when the first patient really compensated quickly I'm in a call to code blue and we went and got him out of there one you know when you walk in the building it looks normal at first it looks like everything's as it has been when you're living it every day for long days and when you see what we've gone through it feels like a bomb dropped in the middle of it and we're trying to pick up the pieces and from then on it was kind of like dominoes trying to find the patients that were the most critical we didn't know we were looking at because nobody really knew what the two sides of cold it is there's there's the iris and then there's how it currently presents his patients and we know that look like so you know when you think you're doing the right thing and with cold it's not necessarily the right thing and we know that within four days we lost forty eight we have about a hundred and seventy staff within four days you lose that many staff it is next to impossible they were doing everything that they needed to do and once the test came through it was a game changer it changed everything but still again it's learning how how do you treat this it's a virus that is so very well and so we thought it's like I had a mind of its own listen for the cough and I follow the cough and now I would be able to basically pick out the next person that I knew I needed to go to the hospital with help breaking loose all around a mystery virus cutting down the people under their care feeling their way in the dark learning is the way in the face of fear and anguish the nation watching it the nurses of life care center these women and others like every morning and reported for duty and they walked into the place and put their heads down to go toe to toe with a cruel and deadly ghost I was talking to my regional nurse to check on her and see how she's doing and I told her I said it was I thought I was chasing the double she said she had chills because she said she was just getting ready to say the same thing so you can Eskimos Eric Johnson reporting wealth twenty time fear propellant.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on KTRH

"The special at sixty minutes long is the work of reporter Eric Johnson. Who writes, quote, it's about citizens who don't feel safe taking their families into downtown Seattle. It's about parents who won't take their children into the public parks. They pay for it's about filth and degradation all around us in theft and crime, it's about people who don't feel protected anymore who don't feel like their voices are being heard. He asks why aren't we doing more since many police officers did not want to appear on camera out of fear of retaliation from superiors? He asked officers to comment anonymously on what was happening in the city one officer wrote, quote people come here because it's called free Attal, and they believe they come here. They'll get free food free medical equipment free mental health treatment of free ten free clothes, and they will be free of prosecution for just about everything. And they're right. Asian grocer Huajie Maya near downtown says they've been forced to call nine one one five hundred ninety nine times in the last eighteen months. Johnson. The reporter reports that when police arrest these homeless addicts the city attorney won't charge them the homeless. Addicts know that their behavior has not only been decriminalized, it's essentially been legalized heroin possession is defacto legalized as long as the amount is under three grams. Here's a brief clip credit. KOMO TV Seattle Seattle is dying. And we don't even know it. This story is about a seething simmering.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Dula a midwife? Oh, okay. Does it have an H at the end. It does not. La LA, a woman typically without formal obstetric trading who is employed to provide guidance and support to a pregnant woman during labour midwife. Okay. Okay. Cool. Do you? Did you guys have a midwife? No. I delivered or babies I thought so okay. So we just had doctors and nurses oka-. But anyways, so it has this personal duel around the clock a meal delivery plan for mom and dad a lounge area for her guest to rest in multiple beds. In case, you know, grandpa Joe or grandma Tina want to spend the night also it's to luxury bathrooms, including a full size tub for the star to relax inn. She's not the only one that gets pamper though, according to the blast because all the Swedes come with an armchair, a flat screen, TV and WI fi. So Eric Johnson can chill to. Hey, I think that's great. If you can do that. Why wouldn't you? I guess I feel like that's steel four thousand nine again, you check in and stay overnight in hospital. I'm pretty sure you hit your deductible. I was just gonna say that they don't have a deductible probably on that not gonna cover that. But anyway, congratulations to Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson on the birth of birdie may Steve this one's for you before we take a break it is national fragrance day. So our Facebook question for today's as simple as what's your favorite smell? How about that? We'll. Before we get out of here today. We'll run down some of the most popular, smells, according to this list. Can I tell you I had a little changed my life, by the way, let me make a quick correction that I said that there was a buy it now link on our website to cook with chef Daniel Green, and the three of us know that is not true. That is just you can now you gotta call six five one six four seven kids. Six five one six four seven five four three seven don't go there thinking that there's link I just said that correction speaking of sentenced of my wife just said the other day, you know, I. Essentially, she said without saying, I think you should our more. She did we were talking about things, and she was talking about how she like really likes the smell of soap on a person their skin and all of that. And I just thought oh, I don't think hard enough for her. So get ready for using. She was dropping a hint. Well, no. We were having a forthright conversation. Okay. Yeah. All right. So showered last night. Okay. Congratulations. You that is good know. Good morning when we come back on the Donna in Steve show. We will recap what our item is again forbids for kids today. If you're just joining us, but we'll also have some things that made a skull Ryan. And I got to wondering about some things about our president's. I'll tell you why Ellen had a guest on her show yesterday. It got us to thinking. So we're going to give you some presidential stats when we come right back on mytalk one zero seven one, Lori and Julia..

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"eric johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Man. Hard work pays off boys and girls and Dominic. Tana? Nado will remember that second for the rest of his life. AJ Greer all alone in front of the net. Picking up garbage is good. Do your chores, and it will pay off Dominicana Nado as the adds up. One nothing with fourteen thirty nine. Go in the first period. AJ career found himself all alone in front of the net dot one bite of the apple two bites at the apple and the third rebound was out front through the legs of Tyler Myers and Dominicana Nado who is not played in NHL game this season scores in his first insertion into the lineup. Five minutes and twenty one seconds into the first period. The assistant AJ. I assist. Assists searching read first NHL. Site backhanded require corner. Gabriel scott. And Johnson will get secondary assist. It is an even strength goal at five minutes and twenty one seconds period. They want more McKinnon tar corners away from a check and MacKinnon in front of rebound out in front. The light. Mckinnon Atlanta's guy time half long tile, Connor. Skated on our take it through that. Now for passenger skates. Taken away by Eric Johnson. Now. We'll Scott's dating forward asks for Tyson. How they're signed for Johnson pass worker. Matt Calvin antonoff Carl. Into the corner turns instead,.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Eric Johnson. The Seattle schoolteacher we'll have an interesting snow story to share once he returns to class as komo's Brian Calvert tells us, he really got stuck in the snow. Vincent, Chris Atelli was driving east off on a weekend adventure when the adventure caught up with him the cold snowy weather, Saturday forced him into a ditch near Sunnyside he called for tobe, but no one could come to his rescue. So we called police they couldn't help either. So he texted his sister, telling her he was stuck inside his car in a ditch near Sunnyside mind, you he was already a few hours into this. Ordeal. By that point, his sister told one of our news partner, she kept texting her brother well into Saturday afternoon and then into the evening. She finally got a hold of police who told her that he would just have to wait. It was too dangerous at that point to go out and rescue him through the night, Saturday, Vincent and sister kept texting because her brother had already complained to freezing toes. There was no blanket in the car which now had less than. Quarter tank of fuel and that half of granola bar while that was not going to be enough. It wasn't until Sunday morning that Vincent was finally able to get out of his car and walked to a semi park nearby. He got warm for a few minutes had some tea then yesterday about eleven o'clock nearly thirty hours after this. Ordeal began he was finally able to walk to a police barricade was given a lift to someplace much warmer. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news time now for your propel insurance money update. More than one hundred twenty five restaurants opened in downtown Seattle last.

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"eric johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"eric johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It's the place back with the back to the point four. Eric Johnson Sanders intercept announce act Smith has the puck at center leaves it active. Stick from Tyson berry knocks it away but chasing into the corner is by RV boy, the out of the senators Barrett gets back near signed circle looking for a pass holds. I'll plays it bore forgave Landis dot kits it down but not clear. Expense away with it. Looking nearside circle attracts mindless still has looking for the right past. I some very wide open. Deep slot. Throws. It looking forward to function didn't get it. Wind reaching for Landis Gog again hit coming in on Nico. Ranted Vic the puck out Renton swiping at of those four Fieschi. It's back to the point Sandra nearside McKinnon on Tyson Barrie had it lost. This gates knocked away from him by Yarosh Avs, have it again. Sam Gerard has to the nearside point to keep it in does between the likes pass Valentas Gog usher at further on down in behind the net centering pass from Renton in for Nathan MacKinnon. But he was due to deep blow the goal line. Here's Tyson Barrie with a shot. Same avon? Yeltsin loose puck behind the net. Trying to Bank it off. Nielsen was Mika Renton and then finally senators will get it down ice. But it's still we'll be icing on Ottawa. Absolute make a change here. Everyone wearing red as their sticks on their knees. It's a tire group zone time on the shift from the ads couldn't do anything with it. Here's the faceoff inside of Ottawa territory. Tom for wins it back for Eric. Johnson. Winds buyers took it up lection Yeltsin way out of his net. There's a loose stick on the ice and Ottawa's going to ISIS thing. Again Johnson has it waved off. Barely Johnson skating. Hard enough for the linesmen Ottawa able to change one guy backing into his Carl Soderberg Johnson print you down of his side with his hip Soderbergh knocks the puck free back in past the corner stuffed out by Ottawa and they're able to clear it down ice. Makita Zadora off spins away cross ice pass for Eric Johnson. Collected off the wall flow. Typical and Wilson intercepted easily by the Ottawa Senators. The door off along the red line itself. Edge to the far corner. The door not easy to do on big see. Picked up behind mcanespie JT comradeship gray for Tyson. Joe stick ING along the half, while return fast or comprehend the corner Soderbergh makes his way down deep Soderbergh rows it back impassable points for coal return passes blocked and vodka. Poke it out to center. Will make a change absolute pick it up in their own in seven twenty two to go in our second period. It is three nothing Ottawa. Sheldon dries doing battle behind the Ottawa cage. Calvert joins him in the Everett. Welcomes loose tries will come up with it. Trying to get away from Dylan Danilo it all ties him up in the corner. Now, a five car pile Tyson does takes across chicken back. All's fair in love and war, especially when you go into the corners in the National Hockey League chip in his own zone. Four pass for Andrew Shane who takes out of mid air. Do change to candling in crowd. Shane goes down to the ice makes play loose behind the net. Shabaab shoots Samy by Varlamov. It was a wide open that and a license Calvert and Tyson. Joe sat on the same page. Face off is going to be an avalanche territory with six thirty nine. To go in our second period..

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