18 Burst results for "Jeremy Johnson"

A violent protest in Chicago leads to 2 dozen people arrested and 17 officers injured

Steve Cochran

01:08 min | 7 months ago

A violent protest in Chicago leads to 2 dozen people arrested and 17 officers injured

"People set to appear in court today after weekend classes with Chicago police WG ends Judy Wang is at police headquarters this morning. 25 year old Jeremy Johnson is charged with felony battery to an officer. Police say he is the one with the skateboard. Who hit an officer several times. He is set to appear in bond court this afternoon. Also appearing in court this afternoon. Sean Drink Man of Burnham, Illinois. Police say he broke through a line of police officers and hit One police officer with a bulls. Chicago police arrested arrested a a total total of of 24 24 people people over over the the weekend. weekend. 17 17 officers officers were were injured. injured. Activists Activists are are demanding demanding an an apology apology from from Chicago Chicago police police and and mayor mayor like like foot foot after after those those clashes. clashes. This activist says the police came ready for a fight. The police showed up right The police showed up with shields but terms and pepper spraying and so called us and kettle dust in last night, those organizer is claiming police instigated the violence and protesters were pepper sprayed and beaten with batons. Some activists and outside the Wentworth District Police station yesterday, calling for the release of people arrested during Saturday's protest. Five people

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Bang outside, so I went out to look and I see a big cloud of dust outside really scary. I thought it was a firework efforts, but it Really shut the house. I ran outside because I don't know if Branch hit on house or something. So I contacted my family. The house was on East Washington Street in Joliet. The cause is under investigation. Some of the protesters who got into clashes with Chicago police Saturday night claim officers were the aggressors naira. A protester with a group calling itself Good Kids Man City says the demonstrators were met by police in riot gear. People were wearing flip flops. People didn't come to fight. We had huge banners. We had food. We had water. We had medical supplies. Operation. People comes to fight pack light while we bring all that. Meanwhile, Chicago police continue to announce charges yesterday against people involved in the weekend protests, police say one woman is accused of taking a body worn camera that'd been ripped off Chicago police officer During a protest. The woman is charged with theft of government property, an 18 year old woman excused of battering a uniformed police officer and in one case, a man identified as 25 year old Jeremy Johnson. Charged with aggravated battery of a peace officer for allegedly hitting an officer on the head with a skateboard governor. BBM News Time to await when.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"And we've tried in some cases, for instance, we've had a handful of applicants from Uganda that got intend Ella Kenyan before you gone to open, we've had some folks from Togo as well as Ghana get into Nigeria, but work visas or a real challenge. Mike, it's just you don't have you type system where you can bounce from country. To country everything. Everybody makes their own rules. Yes, that's there is an African Union, but it has not. It is nowhere near as sort of consolidated as the EU and as a result of that, the only country that actually is really open about this, they're actually the most open in the world is Rwanda. And so we're Rwanda basically said we will. We want you to build a pan African hub here and we will make it so anyone who can get into end Ella any develop accepted end della immediately can have a work permit in Rwanda. This the smartest thing ever. It's so smart, marriage immigration is something that you know, it's it's interesting when you think about our discussions, national discourse here in America is just gone. But if you said to, if you said to one hundred Americans, do you think we should have merit-based immigration or some portion of our immigration should be merit based? There would be no argument, one hundred percent of people because most developed world's at believe, Canada. Australia are very much based on merit based, and then you'd want to have people who are refugees who can't get in because they were going to be tortured or imprisoned or murdered in their own country. And you wanna have some lottery, but to use you as the filter and say, hey, listen, they're going to create jobs, and those jobs will create startup companies eventually. And those startup companies will then create alumni and those alumni within create venture capitalists and the and the fly will gets going has such a no brainer. And we're talking about hundreds of people, right? We're not talking about tens of thousands that are going to be taking your jobs and your factory jobs or whatever. These are people who will wind up creating companies. Eventually, every tech job every high paying job creates five additional jobs. Explain Konami there have actually been to different studies. One done around apple in Cupertino, and another done in Rwanda by not in enrolled across Africa, we explain how that works. So what ends up happening is every time you have someone in. San Francisco making a couple hundred thousand dollars, and that's a new job that didn't exist before that person is going to buy a car. They're going to go to restaurants their own to hire babysitters. They're going to hire exactly how they're going to need additional support and services that would otherwise be needed in the economy. And so that's actually the statistic every high paying tech job creates five additional jobs around it in another part of our crazy discourse right now, what you've described is trickle down. Now if I called it trickle down, people would be like, oh my God, there's no such thing as trickle down or trickle down is everything. It's like, okay, hold on a second. Let's step back. It's all take a step back. Let's just look at logic. Wouldn't that be nice? Like if a high paying job is created and that person is going to spend all that money on their lifestyle, like it's going to get splashed around. And then those people will then spend money and that's called. It's called economy and they also call it Mona, Mona, -tary velocity. I, I didn't know this term, but monitoring is a very important term if people just sit on their money, this is why we have inherited taxes. Speaking of our fine president who apparently paid five percents bay ten percent of the tax. I, especially in Michigan. Out of a half a billion dollar tax. I am shocked that meet again, no comment milk. I don't wanna make split, but I am shocked and flabbergasted that anybody would ever accused Donald Trump of not paying his full share inheritance tax..

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Slash this week in startups and grab the c note hyundee from your boy. All right. Thanks again, Lincoln. Hey, everybody, we're having a fabulous discussion, educating ourselves with what's going on in half Rakha across which they fifty four countries and our fifty four countries. One billion people. One point, two billion people. So the continent is as big as India or China, roughly. And growing much faster and growing faster. Educate is also on the aids epidemic. My understanding is that is still taking time and is still a huge challenge across large parts of Africa. You know, this is one of those one of those things that is certainly still an issue number of countries, but his much less of a much less of a discussion point or concerned the way it was you couple of decades ago in many ways similar to the US. You know, it's it's tough because a lot of the conversations, whether it's aids Rebollo will focus on. We'll sort of try to take the media and focus on things that are. That are inherently scary because it's good for getting clicks. And ultimately the real story of what's happening across Africa is you've got seven of ten fast growing economies in the world. You have extraordinary people and ecosystem development, and this is an area where China's getting it right is they realized that they want to invest in Africa because they recognize just how important it's going to be for the future. The US is way behind on this and we're now going into a nationalistic isolationist period in our history, the first of our history behind in trying to figure out if we can push ourselves further back and Europe has had a nationalistic movement. Our people, I your people, never sue. Bad immigration never did anything for our country. Accept everything razz precisely. It's like, that's the part that I missed. Yeah, it's like if you just look at our generation Yulon surrogate. Score across the board. Steve Jobs is father. Like, we, we don't. We would literally not have apple tesla in Google, just off the top of my head like just before we even get anywhere those three companies don't exist. If the immigration policy we have now existed in one thousand nine hundred people completely miss that you look at the founding teams of the top companies across the valley consistently. You have huge, but diversity and immigrants coming in like it is the founder of the fortune five hundred founders of unicorns founders of the most successful high growth start ups and across the board. And if there are not immigrants, their parents probably are like, so even if it's like, you know, you launched from South Africa Sergei much exactly where he's from, but I know he immigrated and then Steve Jobs, parents, you know, it's like it's either one generate. It's typically, you know, either the person or their parents immigrated almost nobody who's like fifth generation, and I'm going to start a unicorn. I don't know why that is. I think it's probably the trust funds screwing things up, but I have, no, I have no comments on. Yeah, exactly. So our governments now, I would suspect that once government see you making this huge impact finding talent, nurturing talent, employing talent, refining that talents, ability to go from being, you know, average two exceptional. They must be begging you to come to their cities slash country. Are you at the point where these cities are willing to pay you to build out offices and talent and pay you to Moscow surrogate was in Moscow. So it certainly wasn't part of our part of our original thinking, but you're also absolutely right that over the past over the past couple of years and in particular over the past year, we've had well over a dozen different countries reach out and say, like, what would it get? What would it take to get you to bring in della to the country? And so our first actual government partnership is with Rwanda the most recent, the most recent addition, and in that one, the key part of it was we've had thousands and thousands of applicants from the fifty countries across the continent that we don't operate it..

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Like why are you here? Well, so and Delo we had six co-founders the beginning and to or from Nigeria, one from Cameron. Okay. To from the US and one from Canada. And so I actually think of this as one of the most important things for us across the board as a company. There's no way I is a single co-founder could have done this. I knew almost nothing about the constant. We started at a deep history and education technology. The last company to public and six and a half years. Like we were. I understood the Ed tech space. I did not understand took public. It's called to you to you. What was it? It still is very high quality infrastructure for online degree programs for top US universities allow. Yeah. Yeah. And so when it came to when it came to end della, I knew at the outset that if this was going to work, we needed to bring together a very diverse group of people from both Africa and the US, and so that definitely increase the amount of comfort level. Yeah, we, we have folks from America trying to skim the cream and take the best. Exactly, right. That's exactly right. There certainly were concerns around brain drain because people looked at India and looked at people sort of leaving the country. One of the benefits of the end Ella model is that people don't have to leave their country. Yeah. So you're able to invest in human capital to invest the next generation of leaders without those people than needing to leave the country. And obviously that's a pretty high quality set of circumstances. Stability. There is a perception that there's been a lot of turnover in governments or instability in Africa, is that perception outdated that people have, or is it very country by country, which is what I would assume, and very region specific, and then how does it impact your business if at all? So it is partially just function of varies dramatically country by country and partially outdated when it when it comes to. Nigeria, Kenya or two largest countries right now? Yeah, they're political complications, but we've got some challenges in the US as well. Yeah, exactly. And so it's functioning democracies? They are. They are functioning. Democracy is certainly by now US standards, functioning democracy as our democracy. Deprecates suddenly other democracies are now on par with us. They look remarkably well, highly functioning democracy is actually. And so the political landscape has been interesting because we're investing so much in these countries and investing the next generation of leaders who don't have to leave their country to take part in the program. It's a great pitch to them it. The political response has been, can we come take pictures at your campus? Now that has been complicated because you can only host so many people, but we've had, we've had the vice president of Nigeria country, two hundred million people come to visit a couple months ago. I've had the president of injury mention us in a couple of speeches, we and this is in part because we diversity Prokofiev unders. We don't think of ourselves as an American company. We don't think ourselves. Gives as an edgier, Ian company, we think of ourselves as a global company that has deep roots in both the US and Africa, and as a result of bringing these cultures together, we've been able to build something that most people thought was impossible. They're, they're your co, founder. There you go. Nice, good. Looking group of folks, San Francisco, New York law goes, let lag. Depends on who you ask. Legos is the most official, but most people say Legos Legos is what I've heard. Yeah, but it's logos leg off would be Nigeria talked Julian? Yeah, it's almost French Lagos. It actually comes from Portuguese Portuguese. Yeah, sounds like a romantic Leonard narrow be obviously and campa. So you're in three cities in Africa, the majority of folks and you had to do more. Yeah, we're in. We've end Ila centers in three different cities, and we announced the fourth Kigali about a month and a half ago when we get back from this final break, I want to find out what the governments are doing there to support you. In other words, now that you've got three or four cities, cranky, five cities. Cranking are the government's now coming to you and saying, hey, we'll pay you to educate and create this workforce. Find the brilliant people and then mentor them up. When we get back on the startups. Hey, let me take a moment.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"In any of your favorite podcast. Casting apps. The show is on soundcloud Spotify overcast. And of course the apple and Google podcasting apps. If you wanna be hero, go ahead and review the podcast, and go ahead and tweet it at is always helpful. One of the things that we don't hear a lot about is what's going on in Africa in relation to technology and startups. Once in a blue moon, I hear about something going on there, but not a ton, and I was blown away when I met Jeremy Johnson from and della. That's pronounced a. n. d. e. l. a. and della, like Mandela as Nelson. And they were founded in two thousand fourteen, they have over thirteen hundred employees. And those employees are software engineers in Africa in cities like Lagos, Nairobi, compa. And what in dollar does is they partner with high growth, start ups and large tech companies like IBM Viacom, Gustavo get hub and seek the firm has over thirteen hundred employees. Let that sink in for a second. The majority of those developers in Africa in. Some of the largest cities. And today I hope we can talk about the continent of Africa and then trillion and maybe educate the audience on misconceptions we might have as well as and there's many and as well as getting an update on where different cities are out because we know that Africa is really a a large range of different fifty, four different countries, fifty forty dollars, but this also so anyway, welcome to the program, Jeremy Johnson. Thank you. It's great to be here. Jason. You've raised over eighty one million dollars from investors to super impressive, including the Chans Berg initiative, Salesforce ventures spark capital. My friends over there. Oh media networks, GV, which is Google ventures arm and future. Perfect tons of people have invested in your company, but let's talk about Africa the continent. What led you to want to create a software consultancy development firm outsource firm? I don't know how you like to refer to yourself in Africa. Most people would say eastern Europe, India was the classic place to outsource to a lot of people talking about Uruguay Paraguay, Brazil and other places in South America. You chose Africa, why? Yeah. We started in Africa for a very simple reason. Our founding principal and premise is that brilliant evenly distributed, and if you believe that, then all of a sudden Africa isn't isn't. Odd so action. It's the obvious selection. What people often fail realizes how rapidly growing the Texans are in countries like Nigeria and Kenya, as well as Uganda as well as Rwanda and in each of these in each of these countries you have? Yes, early stage but rapidly growing Texans that have brilliant engineers that are excited about being able to plug into the technology world and delegates vehicle for that. And we do that by also being able to then as we help scale engineering teams with international companies invest in cultivating additional talent across the continent..

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on KNSS

"At twenty seven o seven west thirteenth, street north if you. Can't make it out here. We're here no problem three East shady brook location. Right there by twenty person would long they're roasting chilies is well. Goes for the rest of the month, you know the first. Batches Later by Marty and Jeremy Johnson we'll talk about all. The other fun things that are going on I'd like to introduce. You to, my judges and Welcome to the good. Line thank you so much I didn't know what your favorite judge. We did to do so many fun things together Not joking here yeah Yeah this is my third favorite. Judge Jane is my second favorite. Judge does now you just got that so. It's of course today snail and myself it's changed. From the anchor. And all my, God, we're having fun we just got Yeah well I said I don't think, that's gonna be the. Last and then just he's there and we. Just, had, the, first, the, first, sampling of the judging it's chilly with. Hatch green chili sauce at. A fried egg on top and it was. Magnificent then there's a whole bunch of food trucks. One two three. Four five six Eight Going on and more, importantly the beer judge things going right on right next to, us rob Miller and his gang over. There And some of the craft beer and the pump part about the craft. Beer was it was brewed incorporating hats green, chilly as was all of the. Food truck entries for our judging today, as well I think most of them. Have other foods but that's the fun part, man they're, bringing a lot of great things and there's so, many things going on we've got the There's games and stuff going on we're right next to the, toast booth, and I looked at it I thought what a what a what does that. Toast booth and they're just giving up pieces, of toast as Alec cleanser in. Pretty interesting stuff before we get to, far along I wanna make a couple. Of quick announcements I, told you last week about. The pie, way Kansas, tie? Recipe contest KP Diaz was putting? Together my wife that has been out on the road all Oliver Kansas including Denise Neil's house did you features on. People restaurants prepare grape pie and more importantly We're putting together a, recipe. Book and you can be a part of that there's five categories in the recipe book fruit pies meringue pies, whipped cream pies specialty..

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on Harmontown

"I don't think once, but it's very, it's clearing throbbing off at that book when it talks about like what I was talking about, how we defeated Neanderthals and homo erectus because of our predilection for gossip are like, are it's, it's it's eerily uplifting and down trotting to learn that your species is doing all the things that it's currently doing, not as some weird byproduct of sentence, which is this like race from animal to God, but that exactly what we're doing right now is exactly the thing that we've always. Been good at and he's, we tweeted the calls out of existence, and we expect that to well, we our, our, our, our, our ability to to understand things beyond one hundred people is how we beat all of the other forms of human. His technical term for it was the sapiens developed like sentence and then subjectivity ability to think abstractly. And then when you can relate abstract ideas, it's gossip. So like I say, I go, hey, did you hear this guy, Jeremy Johnson? Like, like what he said about, like how we should kick the Andrew asks like you, we, we are species was able to to reach that. The Anderson couldn't do that. They couldn't go like, hey, did you hear what others said about. It's just like, like. Arguably more intelligent than us on like a local level like fake. Like we probably I think we would have Reno gotten along with the big in big wireless stands for a lot of things, big contracts, big bills, big fees, like AT and t. new eight hundred million quote, administrative fee increase. They're just making fees now because they think that you don't have a choice. What big wireless doesn't want you to know is that there's a way.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Eight eight eight seven nine three seven seven six mentioning about learning got an interesting tweet from jeremy johnson i firmly believe that if you to san antonio spurs you hate distractions this guy right now you're not a his bff list nobody in that organization that's completely fracture that's not going the other way why would you keep them there find to get the best deal but you can't have this on your team at the beginning of the year jeremy johnson on twitter komen espn says do i think leonard's violin that a san antonio does not pull the trigger that he would rather link with kyri somewhere the east because the west is so heavy guys like him no think that way if they believe that whatever team i go to we're going to be pretty good because i'm on that basketball team even a guy that does not say anything that we haven't really heard anything a lot from when it comes to it if the best possible situation is in the east then he'll think about going there i don't think there's any doubt about that if anything boston has the kind of assets that the san antonio spurs would want in return for trade with kawhi leonard but they're not going to overpay for that one guy no matter how fantastic that he is and when he's healthy is a top four play at worst in the nba but it is serious about staying in los angeles playing in his hometown of los angeles near there then the lakers are out as far as i'm concerned the clippers will have to be in the problem with that is they don't have anything to the san antonio spurs one he may wind up getting there and the spurs may see him walk out that door if they're not able to make a trade work between now and the beginning of the nba season hake why got careering trade in august still over kawhi leonard yet if he wants to get out of san antonio by by surprise a friend or loved one today the bouquet from one eight hundred flowers dot com when you order a dozen multicolored roses for only twenty nine ninety nine you'll get another dozen absolutely free go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash espn russell kun plays offensive tackle.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"About collide learning got an interesting tweet from jeremy johnson i firmly believe that if you to san antonio spurs you hate distractions this guy right now you're not in his bff list nobody organization that trust is completely fracture that's not going the other way why would you keep him there find a way to get the best deal but you can't have this guy on your team at the beginning of the year jeremy johnson twitter komen espn says do i think leonard violin that a san antonio does not pull the trigger that he would rather lincoln kyri somewhere in the east because the west is so heavy guys like him no think that way they believe that whatever team i go to we're going to be pretty good because i'm on that basketball team even a guy that does not say anything that we haven't really heard a lot from when it comes to kawhi leonard if the best possible situation is envy east then he'll think about going there i don't think there's any doubt about that if anything boston has the kind of assets that the san antonio spurs would want in return for trailer kawhi leonard but they're not going to overpay for that one guy no matter how fantastic that he is and when he's healthy is a top four play at worst in the nba kawhi leonard is serious about staying in los angeles playing in his hometown of los angeles near there then the lakers are out as far as i'm concerned the clippers would have to be in the problem with that is they don't have anything to the san antonio spurs one he may wind up getting there and the spurs may see him walk out that door if they're not able to make a trade worth between now and the beginning of the nba season aac why got kyrie irving training august still over kawhi leonard yet if he wants to get out of san antonio by surprise a friend a loved one today of the bulk from one eight hundred flowers dot com when you order a dozen multicolored roses for only twenty nine ninety nine you'll get another dozen absolutely free go to win eight hundred flowers dot com slash espn russell kun plays offensive tackle for.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WEEI

"Seven nine three seven seven six mentioning about collide leonard got an interesting tweet from jeremy johnson i firmly believe that if you to san antonio spurs you hate distractions this guy right now you're not a his bff list nobody in that organization that's completely fractured that's not going the other way why would you keep him there find a way to get the best deal but you can't have this guy on your team at the beginning of the year jeremy johnson twitter komen espn says do i think leonard's violent that san antonio does not pull the trigger that he would rather link with kyrie's somewhere in the east because the west is so heavy guys like him no think that way they believe that whatever team i go to we're going to be pretty good because i'm on that basketball team even a guy that does not say anything that we haven't really heard any a lot from when it comes to kawai lender if the best possible situation is envy east then he'll think about going there i don't think there's any doubt about that if anything boston has the kind of assets that the san antonio spurs would want in return for trade with kawhi leonard but they're not going to overpay for that one guy no matter how fantastic that he is and when he's healthy he's a top four play at worst in the nba but is serious about staying in los angeles playing in his hometown of los angeles near there in the lakers are out as far as i'm concerned the clippers would have to be in the problem with that is they don't have anything to the san antonio spurs one he may wind up getting there and it's birth may see him walk out that door if they're not able to make a trade work between now and the beginning of the nba season aac y got kyrie irving a trade in august still lindor yet if he wants to get out of.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"They had won seven national championship one aa championships we're down there we had lost twelve players that were suspended because of the the incident after the ball game is over our we had only one quarterback jason michael who's now the assistant coach with san diego chargers so we play and we have a to score lead they earn they're going to need three scores to beat us and in the fourth quarter they get three scores and their leading in the fourth quarter with five minutes to go we get a kick off fourth and one we make it by a foot ir i'm telling y'all foot i down clocks run it we didn't have a real two minute offense now it's fourth and three on this dr so willie taggart calls i think he called a swipe was a pass a little texas route where the back kind of fakes like he's running in the flat and then comes back over the middle jeremy johnson fullback to play with the bengals little low picked it up off the grass tops i down now the jack harbaugh coaching comes into play time out there is a minute and twelve seconds to go said gentlemen we can't continue to run this ball control offense here's what we're going to do we're going to go four white outs we took our tallest receiver and moved him to the inside receiver took our receiver casey rooney moved him to the wide receiver i said we're going to run all go jason i want you to throw it to the tall guy on the right hash mark that's the guy we're going to throw it up high heel out height the safety this is the play so good coaching goes he neglected and completely paid no attention to my coaching through it to kevin rooney kevin rooney was the wide receiver he throws a pass about three yards out of bounds thirty hours down the field.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"More so now than they did million a year ago thanks to vance johnson on the certain progression of brett prop speaking to paul hit the first free throw milwaukee looking to go up by five and they're they do twenty one two five now the run for milwaukee after they trailed it early by eleven twenty seven twenty two of the panthers have the lead five minutes left in this opening half milwaukee looking to start two and one on the conference the way here tonight radical working is robinson nearly gave it away sixteen to shoot kicks it back out to the wing now robertson gets a pass back at the elbow and he's bumped vance johnson milwaukee really making a tougher the penguins they're out you're the perimeter first on vance johnson just third on milwaukee as a team the shot clock researcher twenty rockstar gets a breather jeremy johnson his first summons tonight you've got johnson johnson out there vanson jeremy along with bell barnes and prong baseline right bet did inbounding more suits leaner off the catch no good he goes down vance johnson goes down barnes brings it up with numbers four on three german johnson lost their inside and he lost it so much that a hippie under side of the backboard and that's a turnover germ lost control that one from the he started his attack.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Dortha however drilling at twenty six twenty four bill waqian offense at my left haas looking to feed a high posts for paul and it's wide of brett and turnover for the six time and a half oh steve's now with 6 turnovers 328 to go here's a revolved right of the circle hopkins no good jeremy johnson the rebound after is down to twenty six 24th led by nine i should say trailed by nine early did milwaukee thirteen to four run not in it at 24 now belmont backup reduce threat trawl handoff haas from the top pops three that's off the he'll and the rebound pulled down by dylann ridler and belmont austin duke pushing up the have sidelines runs in the defense of jeremy johnson picked up i promise switch now mclane horner right knocked out on the low lob pass from the right corner wither into mercer and brett froth fronting him swatted it out seventeen on the bruins shot clock two fifty four on the first half eggar keizei will trigger a baseline right for the top for luke luke rather circle accusing shots after to three got partially blocked and we'll have a double foul on the insider crawl and mercer so they're going to get knocked mercer for his second repsol for his first in the panthers habit the mb veteran coach who belmont bird will pull math mercer out of the game and tyler hayden jackson though the panthers now third straight possession of a chance to tie with the to lead with a three brawl hire the right back for gus denmark native drops it offer ends eat just inside the arc puts it on the floor on ak the in the late lefthand floater rounded out ugh cash when a good look for brice engine hang with them what are you six twenty four iraqis still unable to tie or maybe take the lead on that trip who over two minutes to go and a half panthers at 31 percent shooting low lab achievement catch disrupted by bow kick out swinging out finds the heads of mclane hits three is go to the top of the wheel

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Dortha however drilling at twenty six twenty four bill waqian offense at my left haas looking to feed a high posts for paul and it's wide of brett and turnover for the six time and a half oh steve's now with 6 turnovers 328 to go here's a revolved right of the circle hopkins no good jeremy johnson the rebound after is down to twenty six 24th led by nine i should say trailed by nine early did milwaukee thirteen to four run not in it at 24 now belmont backup reduce threat trawl handoff haas from the top pops three that's off the he'll and the rebound pulled down by dylann ridler and belmont austin duke pushing up the have sidelines runs in the defense of jeremy johnson picked up i promise switch now mclane horner right knocked out on the low lob pass from the right corner wither into mercer and brett froth fronting him swatted it out seventeen on the bruins shot clock two fifty four on the first half eggar keizei will trigger a baseline right for the top for luke luke rather circle accusing shots after to three got partially blocked and we'll have a double foul on the insider crawl and mercer so they're going to get knocked mercer for his second repsol for his first in the panthers habit the mb veteran coach who belmont bird will pull math mercer out of the game and tyler hayden jackson though the panthers now third straight possession of a chance to tie with the to lead with a three brawl hire the right back for gus denmark native drops it offer ends eat just inside the arc puts it on the floor on ak the in the late lefthand floater rounded out ugh cash when a good look for brice engine hang with them what are you six twenty four iraqis still unable to tie or maybe take the lead on that trip who over two minutes to go and a half panthers at 31 percent shooting low lab achievement catch disrupted by bow kick out swinging out finds the heads of mclane hits three is go to the top of the wheel

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Those are his first points in the second half after getting a love it in the first twenty minutes left in the way had an opening there for a moment but david harris raced to get ahead in the grill 344 and counting milwaukee ball leading fifty five forty seven go on the left wing top of the key jeremy johnson now barnes now it's vance johnson big mismatch their johnson skipped huge jeremy johnson corner 3 though with the shot clock inspiring two on one devon harris unstall missile mayor please hogan insiders fouled going up we nine t left jacksonville will be at the line shooting free throws as the get rice barns or his thursday sits team foul our final time out of regulation comes with three nineteen to go with the panthers up by eight lived for a good finish stick with us we're back in a moment newstalk 1130 w i wonder what the outrageously energizing experience of moundou kickstart his like well it's like a combo of three awesome things do juice and capping rebooting your entire personal operatingsystem dark his hands full control least about the kickstart mountain to kickstart released experiencing unharmed nor now economic wellbeing kicks off other regime successful roger that discharge dealt with mountain dew kickstarts now it's who energizing new flavors mega lime and raspberry citrus peel with labor they say there is no place icon but sometimes there's nothing like being away because when you're at higher regions in milwaukee you can do it you'd like porter breakfast in bad plus a movie he'd hate her sleep sideways poor you're not at home the world is yours being away from home is even more special for utah beyond basketball fans enjoyed twenty percent off roomnights booked on high adopt common you bring your ticket stabbed and ten percent off in a restaurant bistro three 33 with the same day ticket stabbed hyatt regency milwaukee it's good not to be home.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And that this person will represent the consonant at be silicon valley the bank and tech ranch battlefield i am i think it's unfortunate i think it's a missed opportunity but it's just a symptom of what is happening in in the tech scene even though were very far from silicon valley and despite all the discussions we have have a bow diversity inclusion and the difficulties that silicon valley is having in those areas where seeing the same things happening on the continent and yet one of the other winners and we've interviewed them on the program agree center is a bona fide a ghanaian company that will now have exposure i'm sure in silicon valley possibly reach new markets and new funding from there have we in sweden on this program so they've had some media coverage as a result i didn't get an impression speaks than they felt this was happening to them quite the opposite acts linked yet what i mean they won the social price i'm which is a whole other debate rate this idea that that it's very very difficult for africanled companies locally lead companies to get funding it insisted if the fact right and i think what you're reflecting is a certain amount of scepticism amongst attendees at that event of joe some people would have been saying that this is brilliant untaet contradict great job in eaten who's to miss in the first place but there walls disquiet and that kombi had tonight i just wonder if this is if you like a symptom of a wider coals of erectus lack of investments in africa for instance ice reading a statistic that overruled venture capitalists back to title of a forty billion dollar elyse worth of investment up i think worldwide and that last year the justice small miniscule fraction of that was spent in africa they're a markets in africa they're entrepreneurs but there isn't the finance if i read that correctly rebecca yeah but even when the finance does come it doesn't go to africanled come chinese you know he it goes to juliao which is european it goes two and bella which is led by jeremy johnson whose american it goes to all these companies which i you know and i'm not objecting to these companies the island the country contribued a great deal to our ecosystem but they should not be the entire ecosystem there were two different reports that came out on tenter funding in east africa one.

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"jeremy johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"How they were separated while sergeant johnson's name has been a headline for most of the last week i had to look really hard to find the names of the other three service members killed they are staff sergeant brian black staff sergeant destin right and staff sergeant jeremy johnson all three green berets sergeant david johnson has become a household name only because he became a political football between the president of the united states and florida representative fred greko wilson the role of the president and the congress woman in this tragic situation is to offer comfort to the family on the part of a grateful nation i'm choice cory and your lists ning to the reimagined america radio hour and we're talking about the unfortunate circumstances surrounding the death of sergeant let david johnson sergeant johnson was a son husband a father and a patriot and he died in an african jungle last week in the service of his country sergeant david johnson looks in his family photos like a man who loved his family loved his country and loved life itself we wanna know about his life what motivated him to join the military why he chose the difficult task of earning a paratrooper badge as americans we should celebrate his life and by celebrating it bring comfort to his widow his children and his parents we should want to celebrate the lives of all four of the victims of the niger ambush we must do what we can to bring comfort to their families as well yes they volunteer they are the one percent they volunteer out of love of country but the heartbreak for their families is not lessened by the fact that they were doing what they loved for love of country and a sense of duty instead we are caught in the middle of.

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