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"joan williams" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"With your co workers. Your friends your colleagues talk about sports talk about life talk about all kinds of different things and we are here to talk about the cincinnati bengals the afc north. Oh by the way the bengals in the afc north have clash this way. Divisional clashes week. So we're gonna talk about that a little bit and of course the rest of the nfl get you prepared in caught up with everything that is going on in the league going on north and all that good stuff. We're going to try and get through this pretty quickly. we've got a lot to get to an. I am quite true through a little pressed on time. Both for the website staff the podcast of personal stuff other all kinds of different things. But we're going to get to it. We're gonna get to get to everything and good to see everybody after See see everybody live here in the live chats. If you are not able to join us live you can always download the show. The youtube channel. There's a little I think it's right there. There's a little icon you can. Click that to subscribe get notified when we go live all that. Good stuff and then You can you can get caught up on all the things on our youtube channel nine. Of course the cincy jungle podcast channel is on itunes stitcher spotify google podcast iheartradio all of the major audio platforms. You can get it there. Subscribe to it in downloaded lever. Leave a rating whether it's for this show. Orange is the new. Black aces zim. Chalk talk with matt mimic. Any of that We appreciate the support of all the shows. Let's get to it. I'm gonna try and share my screen for those of you who are watching the video portion of this. We're gonna get to a lot of bengals things and then we're going to get to some tweets about about don't what's going on with the bengals then some afc north staff nfl stuff and then hop out of you're gonna try and get out of here four in a decent amount of time here. Get not a good performance. A number of different fronts for the cincinnati bengals on sunday against the bears The offensive line was one of the biggest culprits of the the issues. But i mean in truth. The defense played really well. We'll talk about that in the second as well but i mean it just seemed like even the the players who were playing very well and had a lot of nice moments in the game there was. You know a could talk about trey. Hendrickson is one and a half sacks in very active in the game. Missed the tackle at the end of the game. Logan wilson Interception late in the game. That changed the trajectory of the game. Had a bunch of tackles was great impasse coverage by pf metrics all that kind of stuff. Yeah but he missed an easy fumble scoop up either to run in score or just a fall on it and change the momentum of the game t higgins a touchdown late in the game. Yeah but a fumble. I mean there's just i. It was just like that for a lot of different players on sunday. But unfortunately there just really wasn't a lot of great stuff riley reef was one of the. I guess bright spots. We'll talk about that in a minute on the bengals offensive line but this is from andrew russell who is quickly becoming one of my favorite follows on twitter at pf underscore andrew. Our interview happen to listen to our show. We loved avalon sometime but basically here are the overall scores with quinton spain. Getting the highest grade of of everybody but manning it's joan williams sixty point one the forty third tackle out of sixty qualifying on the afternoon Spain sixty six point seven nineteen sixty two. I mean that's still okay Hopkins forty six point one. Another bad grade from from him. Twenty six out of thirty. Qualifying centers Xavier sue othello. Fellow a fifty fifty second out of sixty two qualifying guards riley riva sixty point seven forty. One out of sixty qualifying tackles so not great. Pf scores as of sunday. Courtesy of andrew russell over at pf and that has it has not continue it simply cannot continue. And here's a tweet just to kind of play off of that. I'm gonna find this one. Four years a quote from joan williams Is courtesy of kelsey conway. Who covers the team for the cincinnati inquirer williams says joe. Borough has been hit too many times. Williams doesn't the protection issues come from a lack of talent more so being consistent with fundamentals while the the fundamentals inconsistency was wet frank pollack was impart brought here for and it seems. I discussed this on the post game show on sunday. It seems as if there's also communication issues when it comes to picking up blitzer 's so here we go now. Joe borough sack four times on sunday five times against minnesota and now we've got a very very dubious statistic setting itself up for joe borough the bengals offense here which is not what you wanna see. And anytime here. Hear david car in the nfl. You think quarterback sacks Joe borough is currently with the nine sacks through two games and the addition of another game at the end of the season here job row is on pace to break. That record is believed that the record is what seventy six. Yes seventy six times here during the twenty two thousand five season burrows on pace for a half sack beyond that so not good. I would like to think that this will end up writing itself in some former fashion. Kinda knew there would still be issues. We knew there would be growing pains. We knew all that kind of stuff was was going to be there. And unfortunately you know some of these things have not remedied itself. Two games into the season and jobs hit a lot and he's been sacked a lot and on in week one. You saw him get up with a limp which is not which you wanna see again from him. So you know this. The offensive line has to play better. They have to gain a little more consistency in the run game who was very inconsistent from week one to week two and of course the play calling has to be to be better as well and that was is some points of discussion with the bengals players. After the game on sunday there was a in post game press conferences and it continued on into monday..
"joan williams" Discussed on Mo Egger
"He'll be here. He'll get the franchise tag coming up. It's like he's gonna be gone off the field. I i don't think it has effects on the field. I think it does have effects often. I feel i feel bad for zach to a degree because while this is not his. He's not sitting across from jessie bates. Agent the last two years. There were just so many things he had to answer questions about. That had nothing to do with what he's here to do which is try to win football games and it felt like this was going to be a year where a lot of that could be sort of scraped off his plate right from. Aj green two years ago. Joan williams injury to the dalton to finley dynamic. I mean just mixing contract thing makes him contract cove it all the different things that have hovered over this forty glenn that whole fiasco soma carlos dunlap last year just a mound of crap stuff and it felt like this stood to be a year. Where all of that went away now. The coach could just go try to win football games and be judged on whether he can or can't and now it's just it's maybe it's just one thing but it's one thing that if homes acting like why don't have to answer this question. I'm to me. I'm going upstairs and going. Just get done for my sake me a son here man get one of my give my best player locked and loaded for the foreseeable future. Make the layup. Yeah may delay up the lab. It's great pass your all set up. You did it. You did all the work in you. Blow the layup and it does in lot of ways. Cut the legs out from underneath zach. Because you know you're talking about a guy who's killed us all with culture talk and seems to have that going. Yeah see used to have a lot of people buying it and then to have this show up. It does chop your legs off. Learn a little a little bit in people kind of riding that positive momentum of treating guys right and feel. Mike is a great place to be in that everyone takes care of..
Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out the labor force
"Not long after Donald Trump arrived at the White House, he disbanded and office that focused on challenges affecting women. President Biden is now resurrecting it. Women's rights groups hope this will help them make progress on things like paid family leave and affordable child care. Here's NPR's Melissa Block. The wish list on Biden's agenda for women is long restoring an expanding reproductive rights, combating gender based violence, reducing maternal mortality, and he's pitched a slew of economic proposals. Major structural disruption requires major structural change. And I feel like thinking big right now is exactly what we need to do. So now is the time That's the co chair of the Biden administration's new gender Policy Council. Jennifer Klein. You know we're seeing because of the health pandemic because of the economic crisis, and, in fact, take care giving crisis that's been layered on top of it. These are core issues core issues, Klein points out that air hitting women hard and especially women of color. Just look at the most recent jobs numbers. In December, women accounted for all 140,000 of the country's net lost jobs. One factor behind that, with so many schools and day care centers closed because of the coronavirus. Many women have had to drop out of the labor force. That's been disastrous, says Joan Williams, director of the Center for Work Life Law at the University of California, Hastings. Mother's already We're at the breaking point in the United States. I mean, we already had a choc your system that was basically a Rube Goldberg machine and the coronavirus brought that machine crashing down. Williams says. What she wants the Biden administration to do is to recognize that Just as we don't expect workers to get to work without physical infrastructure like bridges and roads. We can't expect workers to get to work without a care infrastructure. What would that care Infrastructure look like for Williams? That would mean subsidized neighborhood based child care, paid family leave Universal, pre K and $15 an hour minimum wage, especially during the pandemic. Single moms have had to choose between putting food on the table and leaving young Children home alone. Now. Part of the reason is because the minimum wages so low that there is no way on God's green Earth that those moms can pay for childcare. The paid caregivers are also reeling from the crunch. President Biden highlighted this when he announced his covert 19 relief plan last month. Let's make sure caregivers mostly women, women of color immigrants. Have the same pay indignity that they deserve. Advocates like I Jen poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, are heartened by what they're hearing from Biden. Her group represents workers, including nannies, home care workers and housekeepers, actually focusing on how we're going to make Thies jobs, good jobs for the 21st century. That you can take pride in and earn a living wage with benefits. That is a really big breakthrough. Conservatives, though, are leery of an agenda that carries a hefty price tag and they warn, will lead to crushing government regulations. Charmaine Yost is vice president of the Institute for Family Community and Opportunity at the Heritage Foundation. My biggest concern is that all of the proposals that I'm hearing coming from their side of things inevitably seem to come back to big government intervention in government programs. As for raising the minimum wage in the midst of a pandemic, when many businesses are suffering so badly if there were a time that you could create, that would be the perfect time to not Raise the minimum wage. This would be it with such a slim Democratic majority in Congress. Biden's agenda could have a tough time gaining traction. But Fatima Goss Graves, who heads the National Women's Law Center, is undaunted. Her group has issued an ambitious list of 100 demands for Biden's 1st 100 days. Basically, what we're asking this administration and Congress to do is effectively walk into gum. We need them to both undo things that have been harmful and have been Holding this country back and launch us forward in a way that we're stronger for it, Graves adds. This president doesn't have the luxury of coasting in Melissa Block NPR news
"joan williams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"William was a very fine Tuller. Joan William was a very fine shot took aim. Didn't think about his brother. This'd insanity has got to stop. This insanity has got to stop. This insanity is got don't want Two songs from the album Ghosts of Our former Selves. A remarkable song cycle by the composer Eric Jostle. Oh, eric, you mentioned before. You know, you don't generally write songs now you've written the whole song cycle. Does this feel like some kind of Watershed moment for you like now. I can write songs and that's all I will or or is this a one off? You know, it feels like watershed moment. I think that's well put it. This is a A convergence of Of different streams of my life. Really? That's the way it feels. I you know, I started off like a lot of people of my generation being just deeply affected by the Beatles and hearing it wasn't Beatlemania was hearing the harmony. You know the way that they used courts that got under my skin, and I was You know, whatever, eight years old and too young to know what that was about, But I wanted it on. I pursued it. And then I end up writing, you know, learning about jazz loving it writing big band charts. And eventually that led me into becoming the composer and learning about contemporary classical music and electric Kristen music going through graduate school and now having a whole career teaching composition. But along the way, I actually wrote a lot of songs, but they were really art songs. What I didn't do was write lyrics. I just got this in my head, very young that I just was not good at writing lyrics, but I said poetry by amazing poets by And Sexton by Robert Creeley, who are current got to correspond with a little bit about that with John Berman and then having done song, writing in a folk tradition with my wife for 10 years. Right. I got that inside and started singing back up. And all of that, you know, came together in this project and I, you know, I think now all those pieces will Circle around in different ways. Moving forward moving ahead. Well, we we heard two excerpts in that last set Ghost of John William and proceeding that ghosts that greet me in the shower Your wife, Barbara Cassidy on consigned to backing vocals in in that case. Um, we're speaking with Eric Castle. Oh, the composer about his song cycle that the album called Ghost of Our former Selves will continue with a couple of very different sounding pieces in just a moment. I'm John Schaefer. And you're listening to new sounds..
"joan williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg Law With Joon Grasso from Bloomberg Radio. I've been talking to Bloomberg Legal reporter David Yoffie Bellamy about lawsuits that are being brought by parents who lost their jobs during the pandemic against employers they allege discriminated against them for taking care of their kids. When school's closed Employers who just out nowt refused to grant employees working parents leave is that illegal under the families First Coronavirus Response Act. In some cases, it is so the families first coronavirus response back with legislation passed by Congress in March AST part of that kind of first wave of political response to the devastation of the pandemic. That did a lot of things. But one thing is, it was Grant 10 extra weeks of paid parental leave to certain types of workers, workers that businesses that employ You're than 500 people and certain public employees as well. So there's been no litigation over the past few months about you know whether certain employees meet the requirements the eligibility requirements of this legislation, so it's not the case that you know, every worker in America is entailed to leave under this program. Um, but in a lot of these losses, parents are saying Was pretty clearly entitled to leave. You know, the company I work for is is this size? It's fewer than 500 employees. I asked for leave. I specifically cited this new program that I read about in the newspapers and my boss is too bad you can't take that we've and that does appear to be illegal, appears to kind of violate the protection of the government. It's offering under this bit of legislation. I was surprised by the numbers of women who are leaving the workforce this year. Tell us about that and whether it's expected to continue. So the numbers in September, for example of pretty striking more than 600,000 women left the workforce that month low compared to just 78,000 men. Now, Of course not. All these people are parents, You know, not all of them are being fired for child care related reasons. Some are leaving work 1st 1st voluntarily. But this is kind of part of Ah. Broad picture in which women working women are feeling the brunt of the pandemic in a way that men just aren't there all sorts of reasons for that. But one is the child care burden that women face some of the women who are leaving voluntarily or doing so because They don't have very many other options. And you could take the baby to take care of their Children. Well, while schools are closed, But then others sort of fall into the category that we've been discussing. You know women who were or fired because they were trying to juggle work and child care, and their employer just wasn't willing to be compromising to sustain that. And Joan Williams, law professor who runs the Center for Work Life Law. Told you we're going to be seeing the economic consequences of this period and they're going to be to impoverish women and Children for decades. It's a pretty stark prediction. Yeah, and and and John Williams is, Will it really one of the leading figures in this part of the law? She's kind of a sort of a pioneering legal expert who's spoken and written a lot about workplace discrimination and how it affects women in particular, and how it affects their economic prospects. Who She's an authority on this sort of thing, And her prediction is pretty dire. And it makes sense when you When you look at those numbers from September 600,000 women persons on the much smaller group of men who've left the workforce that in the long term, this is going to make it harder for for women to return to work After the pandemic end. It's gonna set back there. Careers. It's maybe going to reverse games that women have made in the workplace over the left last few decades, make it harder for them to rise up the corporate ranks positions that come with greater responsibilities and that paid better end of the ramifications of this could continue, you know, long after the story, short term effects of the virus of one off And we're coming toward the end of the year, so it's going to be time for raises and promotions and bonuses are the experts telling you that working parents may be affected negatively. Yes, One thing that's important to remember about the litigation is that these losses that have been filed at least 40 across the country are kind of zeroing in on the most egregious examples of Discrimination or abused by my employers, But the vast majority of cases working mothers and fathers aren't you know being explicitly tonight we've that they're legally entitled to were told that if they take that leave that when they return will be demoted the consequences that working parents across the board or certain more likely to experience are these kinds of subtle or effects. A job posting opens up within the company boss trying to decide who's you know, earned that promotion and without you know, consciously attempting to discriminate against the working parents both and the favoring somebody who doesn't have kids and who is therefore been more productive over the last six months, and then the person has been balancing working child here. Combating booster. Subtler forms of discrimination is much more difficult because it's not the type of thing that that's easy to sue over. It might not necessarily be illegal and AH, manager might not even realize that they're playing into it. And yet it's likely to start happening over the next few months. As you know, reasons for being considered and promotions are being considered. And the other side of the picture is the workers who are diligently working and have found ways to deal with their families or don't have families at all. And do they feel like they're getting the short end of the stick and that the workers with kids are enjoying more benefits and flexibility? Yes, there've been some examples of that reported over the left few months, particularly a tech companies like See Broken field force where management is offered quite generous benefits to working parents, and that started to grate on Ah, younger workforce that accustomed to kind of devoting a lot of their lives to their career. Some of those worker saying, Hey, you know, why is that older employees who has kids getting extra time off when I'm working harder than I've ever done before, and my benefits haven't changed. That's led to a little bit of kind of internal discontent with some of those companies is not just intact, You know, I spoke to a consultant who worked with companies and she said that it's something that she sort of stand across the board and again. That's something that only likely to intensify over the next few months. Looking forward. Do the experts expect that this experience we're having during the pandemic might change the workplace for the better in any respect. One glad you asked that question because I've been sounding pessimistic sometime. But one note of optimism here is that employers that are offering improved benefits and embracing the advantages of flexible work schedule for parents. May continue doing that after the pandemic ends, and that could be a long term game. There are employers who would never have considered doing this if they hadn't been forced to who are now realizing Wait. This actually works pretty well. We can afford to give this level of flexibility is parents without compromising our bottom line productivity and those sorts of companies might continue doing that. In the long term for that benefit, unlikely sort of outweigh the immediate and profoundly damaging economic costs that especially women are experiencing. But it is a silver lining here. Thanks, David. That's Bloomberg Legal reporter David Yoffie Bellamy coming up why corporate crime investigations are likely to increase. This is Bloomberg. Debbie Hart, is Does anybody want breakfast? Guys..
The Voice Of Hunger Games - Sunna Wehrmeijer
"Sauna. So yes. Yes. Okay. I am not even going to attempt your last name. That seems a general consensus. So please enlighten us. Lear mayor. Veer Maher okay. Yes. When you hear it. It's much easier to latch onto versus when you just see the spelling. SIMBA RANDOM H is in there too. You know you don't expect. So. You are quite the composer with a long list of projects that you have worked on and accolades and. including the nomination most recently or is this my looking to emmy nomination? Yes. Eh need the any. Nomination was very recent. Yes. Yes. Okay. There you go. Well, amazing to have you on the crew musician podcast. Taking the time. Thank you. Absolutely as we just discussed I believe you are true superwoman with three young children. Composition career and a studio that you're building. I mean, wow, you're juggling. Yeah definitely. Juggling. Dropping dropping lots of balls don't worry. You're crushing a lot of them too. So I think it all goes hand in hand absolutely, and we met through Derek Jones over mega tracks right? That's right. Right. So thank you Derek for that. Okay. I have a few questions that I like to go through. The each episode and it varies as we go and heard the guest but basically I just want us to be a fun conversation about you and your love of music and how. You. I got bit by the Bug Music Buck. You know talk a little bit about your history and what that was like. Well, should I stay You from the Netherlands. I'm from the Netherlands. Yes. I mean. Yeah Yeah. It is also actually. I love being dirt, it's great. I can say all kinds of stuff from this blame it on being. Young, I mean I definitely started. I mean Dick and around for lack of a better you know. Word at the piano at a young age is coming up with little tunes. I never thought I would actually do this as a living before i. MOVED TO LA three. I studied composition. and The Netherlands but also because I didn't really know what else to do I never fault I could actually. Be a composer. Until I set foot in La and just. Smelled the air and was really inspired by. Everybody around me. But But. The The music bug was definitely I mean being from the Netherlands is great because it's a great country but. I mean, there's a reason. Probably there's no word for film scoring. It's untransparent like scoring a film like the verb doesn't exist. Because there's not that much made and I felt very. I didn't fit in at the compositions because nobody likes Joan Williams nobody likes. Nobody like, Melody. That was just not thing the thing to do and I love all those things. That's what I you know. That's why live for. So I never really fitted in like I said until until I went to a found. So many people who felt the same so I think. I'm very happy I went and stayed for. A long time. Well, that's awesome because US Americans you know oftentimes, we can be so single minded. So it's nice to have people from other parts of the world come in and bring different perspectives and newfound appreciation for the the craft itself yeah I mean I. Love. I love the American view on film and Music. You know I think it's suits me much better than. The continental sound. That's great. Yeah. Did you have? Did you have a primary instrument that you were always more drawn to growing up and in school or? I, mean, I play piano That's my. Thing is I wouldn't call myself a pianist. It's the thing that I play to to us to impose on I used to play guitar when I was younger sixteen and stuff but I. Know it's not something I ever. Want my thing. I mean, piano is still my go-to thing. I like to sort of mess around on instruments but I. Think. Someone said one. The the worst musician you are the better composer you are. They probably said that they were terrible musician themselves. I, I'm. Not. I don't I don't play much for fun. If that makes sense I composed for fun you know
"joan williams" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"If you draft a quarterback I overall we're GONNA assume it's Joe Borough world but it doesn't matter who it is it could be any of these guys if you dropped him first overall you'd think he's the guy to lead your franchise to the playoffs and beyond what have we seen in the NFL over the first over the past six seven years Russell Wilson. What if the Seattle do they surrounded him when he was cheap with all of these weapons they got aggressive? Heck the Brown's. What did they do on a rookie deal? They surrounded Baker Mayfield with weapons. s what you have to do. That's what the rams did I could go on and on and on with all these teams even the eagles they got really aggressive with Carson wentz. It's down in the fine because Nick foles or by a bunch of weapons and they go on to win the Super Bowl so you have to be aggressive. The blueprint is there. Be Aggressive surrounded a quarterback. You're young quarterback on a rookie. Deal with weapons. Give him a good defense. The beauty of the Bengals as as they are to win team from a talent standpoint. So even if you you turned to fat like I just talked about. You're talking about a core. That's extremely talented. It is and people. Don't think that national pundits don't know but it is and that's like during the season when people are like Oh this is going to be a three year rebuild trade. Aj trait that straight. Like you guys out of your mind like all these like you sound like as you sound like eight tell me about the talent it look. I killed all year all all year all year. I kept him I. If they're so talented why have they WANNA game. We were like Owen Owen. Ten if they're so talented are they not as talented as we think. Though I mean are they. Are they not talented. And we're we're just over you know like overcompensating for what we think they really are. Maybe they aren't as great as we think they are. Some of these guys. Maybe I don't know partially I mean John and I let talkback. Joan Williams comes back helps. Part of the problem is absolutely. Don't WANNA kill thought. What did you guys watch that Bill ballot check and Nick Sabin saving documentary on. Hbo By chance. No I just saw them together. Hang out recently. The day to day talks at Alabama's pro day it during during the show part of it and bill turns the neck and he's like. Hey what players here at work track what. What are the best players he was like? Oh Joan Williams in the defensive linemen and he's like Oh conjoined Can you play everywhere in the NFL Nichols like everywhere. So so Nick Nick Nick. He's telling his best friend so I buy into joining us so go ahead. Sorry ace how would you. How would you eighteen going James James in me? Definitely see this a similar way to rebuild a bengals You definitely have to start an trenches on office aligned and Jack Conklin if you can afford him with Bengals have plenty of money Go ahead and try to get him in here Though out and try to get you a cory littleton. That's playing with the rams. Somebody is really a name in. It doesn't have to be anybody. That's just a superstar but Corrie and they're Li one of those guys spent the money and bring 'em in there And he said I definitely trade drake or Patrick. No Har Phillips. He's a great guy has a great attitude before that dollar amount and for what we need to do with this team He can he can check the DEUCES. I'm also with them on the bobby hard thing. If we are able to sign a Jack Conklin it doesn't make sense to keep Bobby Hart there go ahead and say hey that money Trade Andy Dalton. Get that seventeen million off of the books. extended Mixing Extend J. Green Extend William Jackson the third. 'cause those there's GonNa be some core guys that you need to keep around Joe Borough and they go in the draft or interior linemen and try to also get Some some more bodies on that defense to help and I think if you do that like I say I think this team could potentially compete next year. I don't think that this is a roster. Oscar has huge hole but they do have holes and they are somewhat blaring from fix those pieces through free agency in the draft. I think that you can compete. Actually can I give you guys linebacker. Oh go ahead. I'll maybe you come up to Cleveland and go get Joe Schober. Yeah yeah that's what everybody's GonNa say that's what everybody's saying. You pair him up with Jemaine practice. I'm GonNa give you a guy I want. How Clinton Dix I like his aggressiveness? I I'm I'm GonNa give you another one I wanted to it or hargrave. One of those two are going to get cut I'm GonNa tell you this to speak from the Saints Joe. Tony is the Whitworth for the For the past that he's about eleven million when open market is probably going to get a little bit more. I'm sure but to me it was. I don't know if you follow the roster always the own the most glaring hole on the whole entire roster is left guard tuning. Can Tony can place guard and tackle wanted to. But he's on the Patriots. He started Ktar every year. He's a free agent to be. There's some guys out there we're going to do a free agent show coming up to. I want you to check that out James Before I let you go doc I WANNA ask you a couple of questions just really quick before we go game. I WANNA call. It's called. What do you regret more Okay you got you got three three different options. The first one is which one do you regret more leaving me in all of the people insistent. CINCINNATI FOR CLEVELAND. Not Not giving me the keys to the car for locked on Bengals or leaving leaving the Bengals to become a browns fan there. What there's no good answer? Yeah I and I and I don't regret not giving you accused of locked on bengals because Jodi gentleman acre good and you have your own really good. They're really good and then the third one I'm Outta browns fan so I say that on air here. You can't tell all of them that you're like our undercover spy like Russian spy. Don't tell them that you're not a browns fan. We need you for the in jail. 'cause I it's easy for me to be like. Hey I'm not a fan Dan. I can look at this without any bias because I'm not like I'm wearing my brown. I'm talking to you on air. You know so yeah. I don't regret any of those things. Come on I thought that was GONNA be good. I had a feeling moving Cleveland with. I got one better. I got one better. I got one better. I'm sorry I wasn't a good. What about this? What's the better nickname juice repaying Or hot takes James. Oh hot take James High takes is okay okay I think definitely. Yeah I mean I I do get and I like you call me Jews. Obviously because three in Cleveland no no no. That's that's not the reason why because you bulked up Added on one hundred pounds of muscle and everyone thinks you're on the juice. Oh well that's true you know Cleveland's got the good good up here north calling me. They're like man. What's the James Workout? And like you know. The juice is the man he's used for pain he loves like I call James One day or I've talked to them I say. Hey something about Jarvis Landry. He's like Oh yeah juices did I'm like I don't like what are you gonNA close down there. You calling Jews. I thought we were on our side. You call them juice and I'm like there's only one and that's that's OJ Simpson. He's like. Oh you know I mean just O.. J. Simpson whatever. That guy can stay on twitter anyway. I Lebron James Why do you think he got so greg? How do you think you got to be six eight in the mammoth man? I mean somehow makes their good here in northeast Ohio. Okay okay south as do you have any questions. You have any questions that you went to James Days before he goes and covers the cavaliers camps GonNa win tonight. That's a question I have. They got a shot against Washington. Yeah they got a decent shot. I mean I saw I once called game. I'm not going to be like yeah. They're GONNA win I mean it's not like taking. You can't thank him basketball like you can't gain football relate. My I can't let you get out of here without asking you is. Oh they'll beckham junior going to you. STAY IN CLEVELAND. I think so yes But that being said I think there's going to be. I think the New England patriots are GonNA come calling and offer number twenty three hundred outback. dudas I'll season because Tom Brady's GonNa come back and resign with New England. They're going to have that done. Obviously Josh mcdaniels is still there. They need to get receivers so I I think there is without the GM that brought him in here without the coach that obviously was here with the struggles from last year and lack of production. Just over a thousand yards. I and the drama. You know the side show. That comes with Chad Johnson. Just in a more of a social media age each then then. Chad was because he was more than the godfather of twitter when it comes to NFL players Yeah I I think that I would lean towards him being here in Cleveland. I think the windows open for him to be traded and I think New England. It's a ton of sense. Because what what would they rather have. Is Tom Ridge. Is Their quarterback Odell Beckham junior or rookie. The twenty third picks. I think junior. So it'll be interesting to see what happens everybody towards the SEC. In Cleveland I would keep them even New England. I made that offer like I'm not served. GM whoever it's going to be the same damn. Yeah that's how I think about man. Well James I really really appreciate you coming on. I can't can you please tell everybody where they can find you if they're just thirty. Some Cleveland an information if they just WANNA follow on twitter. Because you're still the man on there. I still so follow you. I still got alert so until everybody how they can reach. Oh Yeah on twitter at James or peeing on my Is that ninety three. The FAN DOT COM And then I'm obviously obviously on ninety two three the fan hosting covering cavs Indians and some browns as well. So I'm doing that and then you can also find that team John. Ross Dot Org. It's a Decided that my whole foundation for wrong.
"joan williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seven thirty AM here in London. Very good morning. I'm Caroline had K. You're listening to piggyback back. David kit. Live from London where we tend to mock his full, you every fifteen minutes, plenty of action overnight, particularly in Asia Asia Pacific down six tenths of one percent this hour. In fact, we're seeing the Asia Pacific on for third straight week of declines giving up about half of the gains that we've seen say in that benchmark index why, of course all around the rat thing trade rhetoric and now focused from some economists the, the US may go ahead with its final Josh of tariffs, Nimmer, putting that the olds of that happening at sixty five percents. And that's quite. Notable? In terms of the futures markets, again, we're seeing right across the screen fifty features down seven tenths of one percent, s&p five hundred features Emily's down half of one percent, and in the FX space, Bloomberg dollar spot index out where you see the gains off a tenth of one percent. The OC dole has been an interesting trade sort of the trade ready in terms of the US, China's spat even though radio eight dependent on trade dispose. Sixty eight seventy three so we, we attend to foam percent on the dollar and the Euan say weaker of show and on show this morning, Satan, those the markets. Let's take you onto the top stories. The latest fed minutes show that policymakers will be patient for some time, even with inflation fall below target, quite a contrast to mock it bets on a seventy percent chance of a rate this year. Now speaking before the release of the minutes. The new fed president Joan Williams, said that he doesn't see a strong argument to move fed rates up or down. We have an economy growing trend in. Inflation a little low below our goal argues, I think, to be basically right where we are in terms of interest rates. And I don't see any strong argument today based on what we have seen in the data or other information to argue to move interest rates one way or the other. So that was the Federal Reserve Bank of Neo president Joan Williams, and also wave the trade story for months economists, at some of the biggest financial institutions have predicted a trade deal between the US and China. Now, they're growing increasingly pessimistic, as always mentioning J, P, Morgan sees the current tariffs in place for the long haul. Goldman Sachs warns that unless that also is a progress, soon the implementation of the ties could easily become that base case. And in other news, a federal judge in New York has rejected President Trump's request to keep his banks foam producing financial records rulemakers if up held on appeal the ruling could allow congress. Access to Trump's tax records and information about the financing of his family businesses from Deutsche Bank alone with personal Bank records and Morgan Stanley says that tesla has gone from a story to one. That's about restructuring the banks analysts held a private cool with investors to tell them why he thinks the still could be headed for as low as ten dollars out of Jonas says that supply exceeds demands for electric car makers and the company's budding cash and no one cares about the tesla model wise that incorporate news this morning. Now, let's get the latest.
"joan williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Line from New York City alongside some cane. I'm Jonathan Farrow front audience worldwide. You're listening to Bloomberg radio to as a white from the inbound the news, you need to know this hour, we're sitting US futures rebounded this morning following gifts that I sell futures up eight tenths of one percent on the S and P five hundred yesterday all three major US benchmarks falling more than two percent. The bounce this morning coming off the President Trump predicted Tokes with China will be quote, very successful. That safe and ask the US prepares to hit the country with fresh tariffs. Elsewhere has you speak New York fed. President Joan Williams says the effects of tariffs are already showing up in economic data. He spoke exclusively to Bloomberg radio and TV this morning. We've already seen some effects. I think a little boost to inflation some be subtractions baby in growth, but those was relatively small so far now as these tariffs get larger assuming that happens. I think that will be bigger both boosting inflation in the next year and probably having some negative effects on growth. More than two percent in pre-market trading Fundy, catching a little bit of a bit of losing eighteen percent in the first two days since the IPO that worked out it worked out. Can you didn't at least in the early part of life in public markets a little bit more on that a little bit later. Let's get you up to speed on the headlines from around the world is Marco. Well, thank you very much, gentlemen. Thank you. Tom secretary of state Mike Pompeo, we'll meet with Russia President Vladimir Putin. And so she today. The Kremlin says Putin will be discussing arms control around in Syria becoming talks with Pompeo Montana. Governor Steve Bullock has announced the is entering the race for the democratic presidential nomination in the nouncement video posted to YouTube Bullock tells his record as a democratic governor of a red state democrat.
"joan williams" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"And then they come away with your other top fifty five take with Lonnie Johnson from Kentucky. I know. He's a promising athlete specimen. And big long body. But I thought he was pretty role too. So I look at their top. I think Scharping Scharping was the highest player on my personal board that they drafted with three top fifty five picks. He was outside my top one hundred players. Wow. That is unbelievable. I like shopping. I actually think that there's a better chance. Scharping plays this year for the Texans then Titus Howard Scharping. I a hundred percent. Yes. Smart kid, physical. You know, you've got a lot of experience. I think that there's a better chance that he plays. It's kind of crazy, and you're so right it seemingly the thing too. Is it's such a huge need. And it's the wrong situation for Titus Howard to go into now, maybe it's sink or swim, and he'll be able to to swim. But yikes. The other team I think was interesting that you didn't like or one of them that you thought they missed tell me about this incentive angles. Dangle came in and they had a lot of draft capital. And they thought they did an excellent job in in round one leading Joan Williams fall them, and they, you know, new coaching staff there they really need to get the offense of line, right and figure out the offensive tackle positions. Joan Williams what you wanna play him attack or guard. I think he's one of the players and draft class. You watched his full body of work. I know you became kind of popular to knock him down because it was a couple of reps against Clemson on the twenty nineteen national championship game. But go back and watch Mike mcglinchey against Georgia in two thousand and seventeen. And then remember people wanted to knock him for those kinds of reps to because of three or four bad webs in a bad rep against Miami. And then he goes in the top ten and he's one of the best rookies in the NFL. I think Jody Williams will be similar type of success in his rookie year. But you look at the rest of the draft class and. Drew sample was a big surprise for me. It's fifty two. I look at some of the tight end that were still on the board here. That's really how been trying to gauge this trying to look at the strengths and weaknesses of the team understanding so the filters that they're looking at the players through. But then looking at some of the opportunity costs of other players that were on the board and other directions that they could have gone, and and for me drew sample that fifty two is really really rich was surprised to see him come off the board that early I felt like he was an ideal tied into in the pros, but not necessarily somebody that you would really want to take almost the top fifty player j Sternberg or stands out as another tight end of who was still on the board that I felt like could have given them some similar success. Even Kyle warring who went eighty six to the Houston Texans who just got done talking about their draft class worrying if you want block or with some receiving upside, I think warrants an. Equal Calvin blocker true sample, but I think he's got much more upside to his receiving skillset worryingly played one year high school football walked on its sandiego state after two years, he was scholarship athlete, and he's he's still Rawls route one or but he's got some really nice ball skills. And I just felt like that pick seemed a little premature and they went to remain Pratt at seventy two Ryan Finley. I think is an ambitious thick and they trade up for Ryan Finley that that kind of felt like me what the CJ Beathard pick for the San Francisco forty Niners was a couple years ago when they traded up to the end around three to draft bathroom and next thing. You know, Beth the QB three in San Francisco, and I don't see the the ceiling there with Ryan Finley. So they had a lot of picks and they got some nice guys late..
"joan williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And I'm sticking around for the mulch America inside pitch getting you ready for reds giants. Baseball for ten. First pitch from great American ballpark. Well, let's go down to the great state of Alabama. And we welcome in one of my favorite sports writers and to be transparent here. He just so happens to be my first cousin. He's covered the Alabama crimson tide since two thousand seven for the Joe 'then eagle. He is Ken Rogers cousin. How we doing? Outstanding. Thanks so much for your time that they can and all excited about the Bengals first round draft pick offense tackle Jona Williams. And I think the the Pittsburgh Steelers when they went up and got the linebacker right in front of the Bengals that made it an easy choice. They need offense of line help. And they got the number one offense tackle in the NFL draft. Tell us what who is Joan Williams. And what is this cat like, well, I'll pay. The word the first one that comes to mind, Joan Williams. I mean, he physically I think everybody knows that everybody sees what he's done for years of Alabama. But he is mentally sharp. He's he's intelligent. I think the most one to talk to you. But. Like, I said he is as ready for the NFL as as any linemen that I've seen so. Yeah. Now in the Bengals interviewed him. They talk about man, he put together a spreadsheet with you know, in preparation for the season going against all these opponents. That's just incredible today that offense lineman would do that. I gotta tell you. When was a freshman. Campus. But after he had committed he was wearing out. Mario Cristobal who at that time was. The coach at Alabama. Now, obviously head coach at Oregon. But. You would send in tape and not just of himself. Team did and how they handled this blitz. And he was wearing them out. And Cristobal said man, I got to be on my toes when I'm coaching this guy, and he's that even in. So that goes to the preparation to the mental side invest into the end of the game, Ken Rogers is with us from the dothan eagle. And man that just speaks Joan Williams preparation, you know, putting a spreadsheet of all his opponents for studying purposes. Unbelievable. So is he a personable guy can? Oh, great. And smart. And and Thirdly. He is also a competitor. I mean above all else. I talked to him before the championship game. You know during the media scrum, occasionally, you'll get lucky and get a real quick one on one. And and I was able to men you one one of these and you've lost one of these obviously winning better. But where is it like to lose one of these? It is awful. It is the single worst feeling ever had. What is when you? Everything was for nothing. Every rep every real every practice every sprint with for nothing. The year. Coins? In knocked them off. Years ago. And then, of course, Clinton took them to the woodshed. Yes, I didn't talk to him after the game. But it was devastating and it's left a Mark on the album program. That's for sure and Ken Rogers, this kind of mindset from this player is something that the Bengals need editors. They've been beaten down for so many years, we call it being Bengal is where you get used to losing. And so they're bringing in guys like Joan Williams in trying to bring that winning to this franchise. So desperately needed. Exactly, you know, you don't pay professional athletes to play football. You play you pay professional athletes to win football games and Joan Williams personifies that to me awesome now. Well, one of the things you hear an awful lot. And I don't know if it's true or not about Alabama football ban, Nick Sabin worked so hard. Oh, you know, they're going to burn out in the National Football League. You know, how about your perspective on that? Jones out doesn't it Ingram. It's pretty burned out as well. This is all and I will Bama believe it or not there's a lot of self driven stuff. You know, he's not just Nick Sabin within these guys. That's why I wanted to tell you, you know, how hot and Jona news because there's a lot of special guys like that. Then when you have buying from your team and the team gets to run things a little bit. That you know, that takes that makes a little more fun for as well, you know, coach guys that motivate and that different different. But you know. Ohio State, Clemson, Georgia. You know, the when you're getting five stars sitting behind other five stars, you know? And and, you know, the Joan Williams didn't sit by anybody came in freshman like I said he only played three years. He was in three national championship games. So that's that goes back to your. Hey, sign winners. Can the Auburn Alabama game? The iron bowl gosh up here. It's really nationwide. Ohio State Michigan. It's on my bucket list. I'd love to see one for somebody going for the first time job. What can they expect? I remember my first time. Doc when they still played the mutual fight game legion field in Birmingham. Yeah. And the season of college football. And you know, it was great loved it. That must be all that when both teams came onto the field for the you know, the kickoff team in the team and the club. He'll. Him and the hair on the back of my neck and on my arms stood up. I swear. Yeah. That's when I knew this one's going to be a little different. And it's been like that every year and sometimes. And sometimes win. And and you know, but it's a game that lives chick. Three hundred sixty four days really outstanding can be Alabama crimson tide or what you expect. How will they respond here from the national championship? Like, you mentioned the woodshed that Clemson took them to. That hasn't happened. The whole lot to in the past. You know, they said all the right thing. And you know, they. I can't say they worked harder because I don't know that they could work harder. They maybe tweet from things they've certainly had to not necessarily by choice, but to redo their coaching staff guys. Get better opportunities and go elsewhere. They're not going anywhere. Their talent level is very good. The thing is you replace. Veterans with talent with untested guys. Also with great talent in most years past they've been able to you know, that standard that that the previous team, and I would have spent this team's than be very good. I don't know if they're going to touch greatness right away. It may take awhile. But you know, they were three offense of linemen, and that's not easy to do. But those skilled is almost all of them are real. And so it running backs to the NFL Josh Jacobs, Damian Harris and nobody's worried about the running situation guys stopped up. It have on the quarterback situation to is a very special talent. How about the game where he goes down in the backup comes in the previous starter? Unbelievable that you just I just couldn't believe it. It was so special couldn't believe it myself. And that you know. What would be the craziest scenario, you know, one after two comes and in the national championship game form then comes in for an injured the. The started Jalen, and and does the same thing in the SEC championship game. Just an amazing amazing effort to shake that off and get it done. Jen Rogers from the eagles with us. He's covered Alabama football since two thousand seven now you're also excited about another player from your al-matar, Troy, Damian Willis, six foot four hundred ninety nine pounds wide receiver can do a lot of different things the Bengals signed him as a UFO an undrafted college free agents and. Yeah. Tell us a little bit about Willis again, you know, drafted again, of course. Watching you makes plates and Bengals need. Haymakers didn't draft arrive. Which tells me one comfortable with the receivers have? But to you know. I on on, you know, bringing in receiver, even you know through this or maybe getting better or something. I'm not exactly sure whether is but Damien Willis is is. Keep an eye on because he's very explosive. He most consistent in terms of his hand. Yeah. Okay. But. He's a playmaker. He had freaky. Sometimes. And somehow, you know, it could be even traffic Willis. This is the six foot six four part. Yeah. Blocks. What he does is make less. Huntin catches against buffalo in the bowl game. Had south Alabama. Five catches thirty two yards. The next week against ten catches for two hundred thirteen yards. The second most by receiver in a game. Troy second most almost a school record two hundred thirteen yards. And one of those was a seventy five he goes down the field a lot, you know, his longest seventy five yarder against that was his longest for the season. But you had a forty nine yard at liberty forty five yards sow thirty one Larder at Georgia, Southern he you know, he can get you can hit a home run for you. What I'm getting up? Outstanding Ken Rogers dothan eagle. You can follow him at D. Bama beat on. Yeah. D-? Bama. Beat on Twitter. Ken Rogers, man. Thanks so much. My cousin. Great sports writer. Check him out and all the best to you and your family, man. Can't thank you for joining us. Thank you so much hope. Fantastic. And. All right. Right back at you with Caroline, Terry. And you're all right. Hey, thanks, a lot a little fast today on seven hundred wwl w thanks so much Kenny take care, brother. All right. Schick Ludwig back with more on seven hundred wwl w..
"joan williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It'll be Lance mcallistair to talk about the Bengals draft in about thirty minutes. Joe he'll be here about someone moving into your home, refusing to leave and getting titled to your property and then kicking you out don't Dwayne palm. And channel twelve's did a great story on this last night. Then after one o'clock is as good friend. Lisa wells about sex, human trafficking, and then health spas and massage parlours when you have a tight growing. We're else go then later on is Karen Curtis live from Jupiter, Florida. Who's the investigative reporter? That's breaking many aspects of the Robert Kraft case. That course, Lance McAllister is very concerned about Lance mcalister and the acute hearing center dot com hotline, Lance mcalister, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show, Lance. How are you? Well, what do you know about Asian massage parlors in bluish? I would always today in these cases who has said over the years, they loose growing. They have. Let's talk about Joan Williams tackle, Alabama. I think in the three years he was there. They lost three games. Then maybe. Three or forty one in three forty one in three pack, Tuscaloosa, seventy five eighty ninety thousand the biggest event in the world people going nuts. They may lose that many games in October. So how does Johnny Williams react to the losing? That's going to happen when he becomes a Bengal. Well, that seems like a very negative position to start. Realistic. It's not negative. It's realistic. I if I'm Joanna Williams, I'm saying, wow. My dream has come true after all the early morning practices, and my parents driving me to the practice and getting a scholarship I'm gonna get an opportunity right away from opening day unless something changes to be a starter on an offensive line behind a team that has anti-doping AJ green. Joe mix it. So there you go. That would be my spin on the situation if I were doing does he know what is getting into? I think he's gonna learn very quickly. Would you rather be drafted by buffalo, Detroit or Cincinnati those three choices? Well, I would much rather go to Cincinnati for those question. You and I are from here. That's the difference who wants to live a bowl. He's got slow buffalo or Detroit. Oh, you gotta be kidding me. Man. Oh, well, Chicago's three to six inches of snow. So why did they not pick Haskins is not going to be Haskins goes on to be a ten year? All pro the Bengals got a problem. That's one of the talking points that came out of last night Haskins dropped into their lap. He was there for the taking and also at the same time. The Pittsburgh Steelers at jumped up in a trade and jumped one spot ahead of them to take the second best linebacker in the draft. It was believed. There were two first round linebackers. The belief was the Bengals and Bush. It was a matter of how much Steelers jump up is like the Steelers do ahead of the Bengals to take somebody that perhaps the Bengals had to be considering. But they they don't take half. I can only approach it from the standpoint, the the critics will create the narrative that the Steelers stole their guy when they got Bush, and the critics will create the narrative that there's no reason to believe. Andy Dalton and he should've taken at that point the Bengals doubled down. Clearly, Jack Taylor likes. Andy Dalton enough to think if I can get the best offensive lineman of the draft who slips down to us at eleven. I'm gonna take him put him in front of Andy Dalton in help prop Andy up with an offense that should be pretty good. If if the antidote and can get some protection if Joe mixing can get some hold on. What was impressive about Joan Williams when he was in high school? He wanted to lift at five thirty AM every day and the school wouldn't open the door. So he could lift so he went out earn the money and bought his own weights. So we can lift at five o'clock in the morning before school that. William's that guys. Good, man. No question Willie looks at it in the competition. He's not only played against in the SEC but practice against Alabama team everyday in in the last two years pro football, focus said he dropped back and protected eight hundred sixty snaps on passes. He allowed one sack one sack eight hundred sixty times he was asked to protect his quarterback. That is outstanding. And I I know fans don't like Paul Alexander who was here, and they were a lot of issues. Paul Alexander tweeted earlier this week that Jody Williams was be most physically mature player hit been around since Andrew Whitworth. That's pretty strong praise. So it could be worth a good be moon. News all over again. Well, let's not get too carried away. But yeah, that would be a step in the right direction. Now, they have ten other picks to come the next day or two to address that question because you. Say that, you know, the board opens up yet, you take a look at what you have you take a look at what you need. What's left? They've got ten picks to play with these still have needs it linebacker. They still need an H rusher that who's to say they don't double down and grab another offensive lineman. I think look for a tight end Willie the to what what's amazing to me is in all the conversations ahead leading up to this with you. I didn't mention Jody Williams because everybody wouldn't be there there were four offense lineman. It was a by almost everyone that Williams would be gone. It would be down to. Well. Maybe it's the Taylor kid out of Florida or the Diller Washington state of Oklahoma. What's amazing is Taylor and Ford are still available going into round two you couldn't theory if they're they're say, all right? You can never have enough. The live. And let's go get another one. There's a thought of how much do they really think of John watts might they go after another wide receiver at some point there, certainly wide receivers who'd be left up a second round pick. It's probably a little bit point. But that's going to be the fun part of the draft. When you got ten more picks after you get your guide off at the blind. You got some flexibility to explore things. How much money's Tony Williams going to get? I'd have to look at the rookie scale for the eleventh pick of the draft. I don't have that in front of you. Let's assume if he's going to be a rich man ten million dollars or something like that. Yeah. That would be reasonable ten mil. Now, he's spent his time blocking the Alabama defensive line. He spent his time blocking than three Clemson defensive lineman all three in the top seventeen in the draft. This is my taking a UC Lyman playing Austin P. This guy's used to playing at the highest level already. Yes. Yes. I I would agree with you on that. They're look he I if you're there's sometimes you'll take a guy on on the hunt job he can play at the next level. He could step up to the competition. When when the SEC I think they had nine players taken in the first round Willie. No, right. More players out of the SEC taken in the first round last night than any other conference in the country that day to day week to week practicing against practice again team bay doing guys drafted when it's all said, plus week-to-week, Nancy see, that's like your training. That's like a mini NFL training camp for you over the last three years. How's your relationship? Now a Bob Trumpy. I believe it's still strong. I he's he's legendary in my eyes if not for him, I'm not doing what I'm doing because there's genre. Sports talk radio. Probably doesn't. Trump. And and I've always said this. I say what you want about Trump is a football player say what you want about him. Broadcaster. I will always remember this about Bob Trumpy. A when Casey was diagnosed with his AM L lukaemia when he was two and a half bought Trumpy called me and said, what do you need you got it in that included his marrow when we needed a bone marrow transplant. He made that offer. It wasn't about football broadcasting. He said I want to be clear, he said, whatever you need for me. You've got if you need a bone marrow transplant come test me have you been doing Asian massage? Parlor not that. I recall now if you take away the Bengals eight losses in the beginning. Boy, the team is in first place. If you noticed that take away those eight losses when they weren't prepared to play. I ask you are you ready for the big question a bit early massage. Parlor was but go ahead. In the first in the first thirty seven games, they played twenty five thirty seven away. They now they're going to go to Saint Louis. New York come back for three go out to the west coast. And then the Bengals never opened up at home. They got a lousy schedule. Once again does New York have a bias against the reds in the Bank must like Tampa buccaneers when they. The reds are getting screwed right now. Do you know it? Yeah. I mean, I it's in every way shape inform. You look at it. I love to know. I haven't seen the research on this. Maybe I'll do it. I love to see the last time a team in the month of April eight mid west or east coast team to go to the west coast twice. They're going to have to do that twice. A and they lost the two games. Obviously the in the Mexico series is well, I don't think people truly appreciate the strain that that puts on this team. Not presenting as an excuse reality. Nobody gets that. The other thing urine h me off is out in a month of April. The red legs have no home games on a weekend zero. In fact, to the big games that are suppose play against Saint Louis at home game, two home games in April. But it was in Monterrey Mexico with a bunch of damage illegals. I don't get it. Well, that scientific that comment on top of that eighteen of their first twenty one major league baseball can't control this, obviously. But eighteen of the first twenty one games against teams that had a winning record when they played. So they play the best teams on the road in Mexico and California, they have no home games in April. And you're telling me there's no bias against the reds. What I'm telling you is on. I'm jotting down. All the we've talked about in this first ten minutes. It's been Bob Trumpy. It's been Asian massage. Parlors it's been the Ritz being hosed. It's been illegal aliens that seems to be perfect. Of course, when I talk with you. When I spoke to my expert yesterday. The dream Rigas when you have a US naval pilot twenty one years who claims he saw a cylindrical object going at fifteen thousand miles an hour that stopped then went up at twenty thousand miles an hour in the sky. You mean to tell me, you think is a liar. That means I'm adding UFO's to my list of things we've talked about with you. So perhaps you oppose flown by legal aliens into.
"joan williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Cinemas great food, great cinema great together. And you heard it on the news offense coordinator, the Cincinnati Bengals Brian Callaghan is first words out of his mouth. Andy Dalton is our starting quarterback. That has not changed that will not change. We think very highly vandy in what he can do in this offense. We think competition is good. It will be good for the position and the backup spot for sure in the Bengals drafted Dalton's backup in Ryan Finley with the first pick in the fourth round on Saturday. And it just screams. This club is committed to Dalton throughout his contract this year and next but not afraid to deliver a quality backup in thinly. Very accurate passer. Doesn't have the big twain Haskins style arm, but very smart anticipate accurate in like he says he will never put this club in a bad position on the field. He's very good awareness on the football field. The offense of line is not getting tweaked. It's getting overhauled in the Bengals will run the football and like Callahan said Joe mix and should be very happy man because you getting a blocking tight end in Jerusalem. Quality offensive tackle the best in this year's draft in Joan Williams in that you add a Michael Jordan a big physical athletic offense lineman for the Ohio State buckeyes coming in here in the fourth round. So while looking forward to the two thousand nineteen season, no doubt. And Michael Jordan said, you know, he grew up as a Bengal fan following looking up to Rudy Johnson. Chad Johnson and TJ who zodda, and he's definitely familiar with this former Ohio State teammate and Billy price. So it's going to be fun to watch these guys mesh, and and hopefully put it all together. Hey out Southgate is Mike Mike wants the check on the draft. Mike. What do you think? Hey, how you doing today? Fantastic man to hear your voice. Conlon? Beautiful beautiful. You are on g acute hearing centers dot com hotline. I love the taking the rope Reiter put up yet. Scout at during the interview..
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"joan williams" Discussed on Get Up!
"Which is why we go to our first offense lineman off the board. John Taylor guy who probably slots in for a long-term right tackle spot where he played most of his college ball Todd pretty athletic guy, and you know, for the Jaguar avenue quarterback you'd better find a way to protect to on Taylor's. The possibility Alabama's Joan Williams tackle could move inside to guard or even centers possibility. And then I also wouldn't discount the possibility of TJ Hopkinson tight end from from Iowa. He's the most complete tightened in this class. And they could Nick foles could use kind of security blanket of that position. There has minute tight end drafted that high in a really long time. But I wanted to stop for a moment there because. It's the first time we mentioned enough -fensive linemen. There have been very few of them in the conversation. It feels like in the lead up here. So my sense is this is not a euro. We have one of those rock-solid left tackle them out there for fifteen years ago. We've got a bunch of really good players. Drawn Taylor's right tackle, Jona Williams played left, but also played right. And you could move them inside. Cody Ford's right tackle that will probably kick inside the guard. He's the most athletic Andre Dillard from Washington state, but he's still developing, and I think the interior is the best that we've had in several years with windstream Samir the govern. And then the centers Bradbury is going to be a first round pick out of North Carolina State and Eric McCoy. So you're talking about five potential first round picks at garden center alone. Okay. So I slowed us up there. Once again, my go to the Detroit Lions field who do we have? You just mentioned it's been awhile since a tight end went as high as I'm about to take one which is TJ Hopkinson out of Iowa one of two possible. First round picks tight end out of Iowa fills a need for the lines of did sign Jesse James this here in free agency. But they've revamped this offense and Hopkinton probably the best to face tight end can certainly handle his duties as a run blocker dynamic in the past and Goodyear to come out because Jacksonville can take one Detroit critique on buffalo, Denver Cincinnati. And then at number twelve the Green Bay Packers all have needs at the tight end position. I want to keep it moving because I know what's coming number nine in buffalo. Let's move back. We were just talking about the offense of Lyman and Todd mentioned that Joan Williams played some left Acklin complacent, right? Tackle played guard at the pro level, incredibly smart player, steady dependable if you're gonna play for a long time for Nick Sabin. You're going to probably be pro ready in the bills loaded up on infuriate aside from Mitch Morris. The new center they signed from the Kansas City Chiefs. None of the players. They've added is a surefire long-term picture along the offense of line..
"joan williams" Discussed on First Draft
"Mississippi State, a guaranteed the Mississippi State question twelve in the top thirty two or the two corners the Baker and Williams guarantees. So you got your Jona wound? You gotta get one of those guys to get in Joan Williams will get in its Irv Smith and Josh Jacobs, and Jonathan I would go under on that one oil. I'd probably go under two. Yeah. Let's go under on on SEC. I think they're playing everyone's going to bet the over right because it's the SEC, and they always have the most. And you see that number like, oh, yeah. Bet the trying to get that number. We're gonna win some money. What's what are the odds on that? It's a diploma and a half. But the over is only minus one twenty. I mean as far so good. Go over. Oh, jeez. And I'll tell you. Why thought we're trying to win people. I'm trying to tell you got drew loss. Women. These are at your lock. I think Jacobs. Does medcalf Irv Smith junior possible could Taylor and Williams. We know will the McCoy will sweat will Quentin you say Eric McCoy from him, right? Right. I would say likely. Okay. Jeffrey Simmons could whites definite. Allen's at definite, Baker and Williams one of those two will Jonathan Abram. May I take a shot on the over and think I'll work? I'll do is put there were four guys that you said could. Yeah. Fourteen. Could I'm going out the fourteen there's there's about nine locks. I think. Yeah. Right. Right. So let's go under. I'm going over by the way, just to update it I'm checking out the live or the more recent lines. So the Dwayne Haskins draft position over six and a half is at minus one eighty five under six and a half plus forty so my book, the sprout book, look record is not that bad. It's just that you guys you see him phone. I would pound over meaning later than six and a half pound. All right. This is a real over is like, yeah. Yeah. I think yeah. Yes. You're not wrong. Good. Thousands of the on the phone on draft night. And it's she's not talking to GM's. They won't take our action. Todd's going to get in there at like at like, a they're like, you gotta ten dollar limit mcshea ten dollars. There is a limit on these executives. Yeah. There is. Yeah. They let hours. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Maybe inquired over the ends. And I'm like, well, what are you gonna like they only let you think fifty or one hundred dollars. If you actually Wanted wanted to to. money betting on the NFL draft. I'm not just putting this out as a PSA. But if you actually wanted to make real money betting on the NFL draft, you pretty much need to do it illegally. These books are not offering you like, yeah. I'll take your bet for ten thousand dollars do entertainment work money bucks. We're considered insiders would if we were gonna put our.
"joan williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This is the draft that you wanna maybe even double up on the receiver. If your team needs one because there's so many good players that are gonna be instant impact is the first of the third round last one for Christopher pasta joins us right now. From Indianapolis at the NFL combine works routes here at CBS CBS sports as a draft analyst offensive line. John Taylor, Joan Williams. It seems like those are the two big names with the offensive line. A little bit of some concern. Some people have it on Joe Williams from what I read, but what do you? How do you do it? This offense align class for this year. Well, yeah. Those guys are totally different. Joining Williams is a technician he doesn't have the length or the the the girth that size that you'll on Taylor. John Taylor is not as fundamentally sound, but you can overpower you one other guy that I'll talk about that. I think is gonna go. We're gonna be talking about him a lot. And you're going to hear a lot of automotive next month Andre Dillard, Sherm, Washington state. He was the most athletic often to tackle here two days ago and getting so much experience as a pass protector at Washington state and that offense for this year the football over the has really helped him, and he's definitely the most physically. Impressive offense alignment that has come out of Washington state probably ever and for him to really do all senior bowl and the show that he strong enough there to deal with some powerful rushers. And then here's the Combi to as well as. He did seem like the Houston. Texans the Seattle Seahawks. The Minnesota Vikings all sitting there in the early twenties. I think would love to get Andre Dillard, even if they have to play in that. Right. Tackle you need to have a good, right? Tackle in today's NFL. He just project perfectly. The what the NFL is trending towards a lot of passing. And you need to be a good asset to play on the edge. Chris thank you so much. We'll catch up with the down the road as we get closer to the draft. Thanks for the insight today. All right, Jack. Thanks a lot. Appreciate Christopher passage..
"joan williams" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Well, that's a good question. I mean, it depends on your process, you know, and it also depends largely on how the director works because a lot of directors will use what's called temp music, which is they take other music scores from other films, and they cut them in this. And then you kind of have and they added to them, and it's also yelich reference for the complete. Right. This is kind of what I'm going for. And it's kinda starts talking point of where to go. So that's usually how it would go. And then from there composer would usually use a sample ivories and sentenced to kind of mock up as best as he can the score, and what should sound like different instruments again genuine question, set, the tone on the mood of the like if you want if something's violent scene or. Dramatic or emotional different instruments. Like, you were talking about lot of Besson, you know, for like Star Wars or something. Like does that come into definitely does? Yeah. I mean, there's so many factors. I mean instruments have naturally kind of their tone. Yeah. Kind of what they might be good at like, you probably won't use a Piccolo or something and a big dramatic senior. Delicate. But again, I think there will be blood and like that music is just weird. It's all over the place. Right. There will be blood, obviously. I mean, it draws a lot more from twentieth century composers star Meeks slides there's all sorts stuffing kind of pulling from Pendarovski and other twentieth century museum. He's a twentieth century composer. Well known in the field. Yeah. Okay. Cool. And. You know, he just uses a lot more his music is also like the shining, for example, you know, it's like. That you. That you've heard a lot. So I don't really know what Jonny Greenwood's processes. I'd be curious to you know. But I'm sure just working with the director. He probably had ideas of what he's looking for you, probably Johnny kind of try some things or decent things. You know? No one team, especially the NC again spoilers. No. I'm done. Yeah. Like, I like you're bringing me back like, it's cool. And this is a testament to how resonant these music schools on. So these are great picks because I'm thinking these films and these films everyone's seen that doesn't times. I and the music out to me. Yeah. It's interesting because like demoing that sort of music for director is harder than demoing standard film music. I can only with brass and the strings are kind of playing whatever it's easier to make it sound closer to what it'll sound like with samples and get that approved whereas something like this. I'd be curious how he did that, you know, can he probably brought in some musicians to you know. Record some things or who knows. You know? Crazy. That's awesome. Okay. Great pick. All right. My next one. So this is kind of my my other boy, like Joan Williams is my favorite music composer hands. Zimmer is probably my second inception. Yeah. Do you like the movie, I do do you like the school? The score is great the school. Like, that's one way you're elevated the movie and beyond the movie people fell in love with the school. I know so many of my friends who just love the music. Definitely I think inception in interstellar private gray and then dot night as well. Right, which incredible that's hands or as well. The reason I'm most kind of putting those together. Because again, I might have hands him on his the elements of those the score to me is it's quite similar in each of those movies, actually, inception into Stella and the dot night. I think inception is the most unique that like that. That nine minute track time. It's cool. Right. That became really popular on its own. Yeah. That's beautiful piece. No the score for that is is incredible. And also just how thoughtful it is in terms of you know, he was thinking about the different layers inception and kind of working out what that would be in terms of the film score. You know? Mentioned into Stella. I mean, we could spend probably an hour and a half a fan of the movie music incredible. That actually have true offender that move. I've had like knock down drag outs. So people. Infuriates me because there's so many good things about that filming clearly like that comb because you you're grinning, Geeta cheek band, not necessarily very controversial film in that sense. Like, so many potholes people..
"joan williams" Discussed on First Draft
"I wrote him up on ESPN dot com, cornerback safety Etta Virginia really nice player when a see how he works out as well. And I think you know, from a standpoint of wide receivers, we always get one or two of those guys that have the the great numbers. But I think when you look at Hakeem Butler at six four six five tremendously athletic is he gonna while people over enough to make cocaine Butler from Iowa State a first round draft choice. Something third round something. I ransom. They're all aboard on a keen Butler. But I think workout certainly will wake up some people as what kind of athlete he is. Yeah. I don't know what marquees Brown runs for forty the wide receiver from Oklahoma. But he's one of the faster players. I can remember evaluating on the field play speed. So I'll be interested to see what he runs decay Metcalf is supposed to be a workout warrior. His health will be a factor in in the whole evaluation, and we'll even be ready to work out coming off the neck injury. But he's supposed to be. He's a big guy. Looks the part. I mean, absolutely like, Mike Evans body titan. He's another player who could have a good work. Oh, Paris Campbell supposed to put up some impressive numbers the Ohio State wide receiver who you had an at thirty two as well for the Green Bay Packers won her metrics. We had to win the Dardanelles show back in. I think it was October. And we're up Ronel Ren Todd the defensive tackle. Now didn't have the great production for the sun. Devils wasn't dominant. We, but he flashed, and he supposedly is going to be a guy that puts up elite numbers across the board from a workout standpoint Ronel Ren defense attack. Arizona state. You know, it's funny you see marquees Brown, and you guys this guy's never going to be able to hold up at the NFL level. And then you think back the Sean Jackson's held up Marvin Harrison held up because he you know, he didn't take hits that. I mean every single year. There's a guy the poor man's end of it. There's a Robbie Anderson, but there's some of these guys with those kinds of body types where they stick around for a lot longer than you think and Ted against playing football. And he's still a problem. He's still backs up safeties. You never know. Mel give you this one Jason Greenwich asked with the first round projected to be heavy with the and the Buffalo Bills needs primarily all over the offense. You know, I referenced this earlier on. But what do you do if there's best player available there? Or is that a team that you could think could be looking to move back. At nine Joan Williams gone and Shona Williams tied would make the most sense there. If he were I couldn't get him all the way down to nine. And actually if you go back to the national championship game, he held his own fire got him off balance once and and it made him look bad. But overall we look at that game. He ought pretty good at left tackle, the one play the feral made on fourth down wasn't him. He didn't block them. He pulled was unblocked and made the play. It wasn't on Shona William so left tackle right tackle guard. Is he Brandon sheriff is it going to end up at guard after being left tackle what I will see on Joan Williams. Ideally for buffalo, Jona Williams. We'll be the pick. But I can't put them all the way at nine again. Marshawn Gary from Michigan. Kyle Williams retiring keep improving at defense, which is excellent Josh Allen and the games he started and finished issue. It was five and five with at buffalo. Bill team. We've got off the did some nice things upset the Vikings early. Then dominated the dolphins in the final game. So darnold, Josh Allen. Both look like it's going to be a heck of a rivalry and that AFC east moving forward. So I think offense is going to be heavy in this draft. But you gotta just take the bus. Supplier. You can't force it at night at the best players defensive lineman. You gotta take them. Hey, Thanh, Chris Brown and Bristol. Here wants to know, you know, you got to you got to do film room for the for Clemson. And I know you've seen them in person early in the season..
"joan williams" Discussed on First Draft
"I wrote him up on ESPN dot com, cornerback safety Etta Virginia really nice player when a see how he works out as well. And I think you know, from a standpoint of wide receivers, we always get one or two of those guys that have the the great numbers. But I think when you look at Hakeem Butler at six four six five tremendously athletic is he gonna while people over enough to make cocaine Butler from Iowa State a first round draft choice. Something third round something. I ransom. They're all aboard on a keen Butler. But I think workout certainly will wake up some people as what kind of athlete he is. Yeah. I don't know what marquees Brown runs for forty the wide receiver from Oklahoma. But he's one of the faster players. I can remember evaluating on the field play speed. So I'll be interested to see what he runs decay Metcalf is supposed to be a workout warrior. His health will be a factor in in the whole evaluation, and we'll even be ready to work out coming off the neck injury. But he's supposed to be. He's a big guy. Looks the part. I mean, absolutely like, Mike Evans body titan. He's another player who could have a good work. Oh, Paris Campbell supposed to put up some impressive numbers the Ohio State wide receiver who you had an at thirty two as well for the Green Bay Packers won her metrics. We had to win the Dardanelles show back in. I think it was October. And we're up Ronel Ren Todd the defensive tackle. Now didn't have the great production for the sun. Devils wasn't dominant. We, but he flashed, and he supposedly is going to be a guy that puts up elite numbers across the board from a workout standpoint Ronel Ren defense attack. Arizona state. You know, it's funny you see marquees Brown, and you guys this guy's never going to be able to hold up at the NFL level. And then you think back the Sean Jackson's held up Marvin Harrison held up because he you know, he didn't take hits that. I mean every single year. There's a guy the poor man's end of it. There's a Robbie Anderson, but there's some of these guys with those kinds of body types where they stick around for a lot longer than you think and Ted against playing football. And he's still a problem. He's still backs up safeties. You never know. Mel give you this one Jason Greenwich asked with the first round projected to be heavy with the and the Buffalo Bills needs primarily all over the offense. You know, I referenced this earlier on. But what do you do if there's best player available there? Or is that a team that you could think could be looking to move back. At nine Joan Williams gone and Shona Williams tied would make the most sense there. If he were I couldn't get him all the way down to nine. And actually if you go back to the national championship game, he held his own fire got him off balance once and and it made him look bad. But overall we look at that game. He ought pretty good at left tackle, the one play the feral made on fourth down wasn't him. He didn't block them. He pulled was unblocked and made the play. It wasn't on Shona William so left tackle right tackle guard. Is he Brandon sheriff is it going to end up at guard after being left tackle what I will see on Joan Williams..