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"john graham" Discussed on WTVN
"NewsRadio, 16 W TV and a quick shout out my boy. Barry Moreland. Trucking it to Toledo this morning, Barry, keep both hands on the wheel. And don't get the white line fever. Great to have you. Listen. This morning, I'm joined by sports Director Matt McCoy and one Mr Gull Fray hostage. How's your summer Been my friend? Been pretty good. Played a little bit of golf. You know, we've had some decent weather in and around the range, but it's been a great summer. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, I mean, Gulf, the courses that I've played. I've talked to the guys in the shops say businesses up like 2025 30%. Golf manufacturers Gulf retailers. It's all up, and I know its a factor of the pandemic. And, you know people got trapped at home and are just looking for literally anything to do so home improvements up gardening landscaping yard work is up and golf because it's kind of naturally socially distanced. People could get out and they are going out in droves. Well in this week. You know, we've got the second major of the year with the U. S open is kind of a fun time of the year After all of the spring and the nonsense with not having fans have a tournament and all of a sudden now we got a whole bunch of makers. Alright, narrow here. You talk about nonsense. Matt and I have talked about this A couple of times. You look back at Gulf in Columbus when we had the work day event and then the memorial. And dozen. Johnson. He's hacking. Dustin Johnson put up like an 80 is 79. You're like what is going on? He takes a week off. A little back, Tweak gets that figured out. He's got a coach and says he was standing a little too far away from the golf ball. So it makes a little adjustment and then holy mackerel. The guy looks unbeatable. And I mean, I'm literally thinking unless something else has happened who beats Dustin Johnson this week? Well, the only person that could beat him would be him. Right way. Talk about beat yourself. And this golf course is, uh, just unbelievably difficult. Nobody's going to shoot under par and we're gonna have just a blood bath. You know, D J is obviously playing great won the Tour championship and the but in addition to him, I mean, Justin Thomas has been great this year. John Graham, who won memorial has been great this year if I gave you those three Ray, Dustin Johnson, John Graham, Justin Thomas or the field. Who do you think wins the US Open. I'll take the field on this golf really OK, because I think it's gonna be one of those three. But anyway, go ahead. Obviously, the odds makers would agree with use. Ah, significant. So you know that guys like you for Shockley, who's had Phenomenal finishes in the last four U. S. Opens as well as just makers on a lot of great players out there right now, remarkable why he's trying to get back together. You know, Jordan speed come back from the dead. I think we're going to be a pretty good leaderboard Sunday. But I think anything can happen this week. Listen, the winged foot has had what five opens the only one times anybody been under par and there's been a there's been a big scores. The killing has gone off course is one with greens aren't too big that they've got a lot of slope in him and You know, Joel, we talked about Muirfield being a sentence. I golf course. 43rd shot golf course. You've got to be a great leg cutter and a great chipper, uh, picture around these one, and it's going to be something that's I think the kind of a little bit wide open here, Ray, When? When? When I listen to the guys talk. I mean, you know, they descend on there a week out there playing nine. They're playing 18. They're hitting balls are working with the coaches. They're doing all the stuff that you do before a tournament. They talk about like Rory McIlroy just yesterday Watch the press conference, and he's like tough but fair. When you hear a professional golfer say tough but fair. What does that mean to you? Well, obviously, the opposite here in us opens a lot of times, guys griping about the greens or to firm and the ferries to narrow their They've tricked up the golf course went foot is a golf course where You could play give him about a week's notice. They could have it ready for a U. S open. You know pretty much any time of the year during the golf season because it's just that good, so they're not having to make it tougher. They're not having the Throw the rough, extra super long and firm the greens up to the point where they're dead. I mean, it's It's really something that is. It's all out in front of you. You can see where to go. You know where you can't miss it. And of course, if you do I mean, this place is on this course I can't not want Phil Mickelson could not get up. I mean, it is If you hit it over the green and a lot of these were short side yourself. You're looking at a double meaning? It's really a very green degree complexes are gorgeous, but they are treacherous. Ray is the time of year that this is being played it going to make a difference. In other words, Of course, this is supposed to be the U. S. Open in the heat of the summer Father's Day weekend. Now we're playing at the end of the summer. It's cool,.
"john graham" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Murray Feldman has that story coming up in about 8 53. W W. J News time is 8 45, a less head to the Sports desk. Tony or Tea is good Morning, Tony. Good Morning, Tom and Roberta. Good morning, everyone Let's open with the Tigers, who ended a week long road trip on the losing note Monday, falling to the Minnesota Twins, 6 to 2 in Minnesota Rough outing for starter Michael Fulmer he would take the loss after surrendering four runs in four hits over just two and a third innings. But getting any offerings of the slider. They maybe through to all speed pitches for strikes all day. So you know, reminded a good job, but I think that If I could get the slider with point for a strike. It's a much different day. Jamir Candelario had a pair of doubles and drove in a run to lead Detroit's offensive attack in that loss today will mark another day of game planning for the Lions as the work continues towards Sunday season opener at Ford Field against the Chicago Bears. Dustin Johnson is this year's FedEx Cup playoff champion after he wins the Tour championship yesterday in Atlanta. Johnson's final round score of two under par 68 good enoughto hold awfully challenges from Justin Thomas and John Graham, each of whom carted scores of four under par 66 on Monday. Winners in the MBA playoffs last night, the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Clippers over in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Tampa Bay crushes the New York Islanders 8 to 2 in Game one of the NHL's Eastern Conference finals. Believe it or not, there was a college football game played last night. It was BYU all over Navy 55 to 3 with Sports and 15 and 45 past the hour..
"john graham" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I put us in a big deficit just couldn't get back out of it wasn't going through your mind. I really, really want this man. This is my teammate. And this looks good. Tio RC. Well, I knew it was gonna be important. There's one restart. It probably could have put him what was inside. I just wanted to be between us. I didn't want to. Bring out the cars into it. Make sure the week about fight it out. We just got three starts again giving us opportunities. Unfortunately, Just couldn't get it done today but have soft three All those guys. They working hard and gets one RCR Chevrolet into the playoffs in now we're below the cut line. We gotta keep fighting. We can keep on like this. Don't have to worry about points of heretic with NBC as and after a second place finish in Texas. Next race comes up Thursday night in Kansas Third straight Cup series race. Out of my own 1/2 track SportsCenter all night ESPN radio for General Night, ESPN Radio to Golf PGA Tour one By John Graham. He takes the memorial ascends to the world number one ranking fifth ever. Youngest to reach number one. He had a head shot leader. One point on Sunday, hung on to win by three even though in a two shot penalty because his ball moved the length of a dimple on his chip in behind the 16th. I didn't see that wall move. At all. I mean, I just never saw it so Hardly seen it. I would have said something. Or maybe question question. Ask terrible sufficient, explained what happened and what has gone from there. But I mean, he had to zoom in in the iPad so much to see. There was a very minimal oscillation that could have basically just been me put in the club down in all the grass is simply going down. It barely moves it all. Rahm closing with a 3/75 for a three shot win over Ryan Palmer, Tiger Woods for over 76 Sunday. It is six over for the tournament. Also acknowledged he was aware of Jack Nicklaus testing positive for the Corona virus. And then I don't know if you've heard the news about Jack Barber, Nicholas They contracted. Just he just announced. Did you know in just your thoughts? I didn't. I didn't know for a while. And, uh, The fact that they got through it and.
"john graham" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"John Graham trying to hang on at the memorial, leading Ryan Palmer by four. They're playing 17 right now. Rahm has had a very interesting back nine. Chips in fromthe rough on the par 3/16 is only birdie on the back nine and is leading by its now four shots over Ryan Palmer. Trying to close it out before he made the attorney was up by eight. He was at 14 under par, and Palmer was at six under par. And all of a sudden it was just like that. Ah, four shot swing. And then it fell to three for a moment. Or, you know, it's it's always been for Palmer has never been able to get closer than four. No, no, no, he didn't know that. That's right. He did make that bogey at 14 year writes all was pen. And it was three and then Rama the chip in on 16. Yeah, You're right, Jonathan. So John Graham right now looking for victory, and by the way, the PGA Tour heads for the TPC of the Twin cities. And the three M Open. We don't know Spectators on the grounds this week, but, ah, they will tee it up on Thursday and Matthew Wolf is the defending champion, and he did make the cut this week at the memorial. Meanwhile, as Car Cup, Siri's It is over. Checkered flag flies had Texas Motor Speedway and the O'Reilly Autoparts 500. Austin Dillon gets the victory today. Tyler. Heretic finishes second. Joey Logano. Third. Kyle Busch forthe. Kevin Harvick finishes fifth. Eric Jones, Ryan Blaney, Kurt Busch, Brad Kozlowski and Eric Al Merola. Round out the top 10. But Austin Dillon, a winner at Texas today, so There you go. You're up to date on the sports headlines. We're coming up on the weather. And we'll get to that in a moment and then We're going to be joined by Mike Wall from space dot com. There's always a lot going on out there, and we made it a tradition of this summer to kind of do a A Sunday evening space update. And my goal once again will visit with us in a few minutes. Looks like space, sex and, ah, the crew right now. Will return. Ah, Doug Hurley and Bob Bank into Earth on October or I should say, August 2nd weather permitting, we'll get into that and much, much more coming up here on news talk a 30 W. C. C o A Minnesota were moving about in our local neighborhoods. Traffic is picking up. We're shopping, eating back out at her favorite restaurant starting to doom or we're all moving forward together as our state aggressively opens back up. It's also important to be aggressive when it comes to social distancing and wherein our masks. Let's not stop the progress. We've all made together to help us All. Move Minnesota forward. Make sure to share a picture of you wearing your mask and socials. With Hashtag Move Minnesota forward be creative, safe and six feet apart. For more information. Just go to radio dot com slash move Minnesota forward..
"john graham" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The world on Sunday. John Graham holding a 12 under par score after the third round 68 that he put up and his four shots ahead of both Tony fee now and Ryan Palmer, who had their struggles Danny Willett at six under par and Jason Day at five under Tiger Woods. We'll tee off at 11:25 a.m. on Sunday, but it's 14 shots off the pace. He was asked what it's been like to play without fan since this is his first tournament back since the restart, I think probably easier, You know, that's not the fact that we don't have The fans out here and the atmosphere is different. Um it's more low key, So it's more similar to Hub and play at home. The difference is we're not in the car Jack Nicholas himself, saying that his courses playing extremely difficult due to the lack of rain. Aah! Major wrench goes into the gears of one of Major League baseball's teams as the O'Jays have been informed that they will not to be allowed to play there for home games in Toronto. As of right now, the Canadian government will not allow travel back and forth with the United States during the pandemic. So now the Jays will need to find a new home for the time being with possibilities, including Florida or Buffalo, New York, and the Tigers went through some live batting practice on Saturday. Michael former getting some work in He made very much so be needed as Jordan Zimmermann headed to the injury list with a forearm issue. Another interest squad game is on tap. Sunday. The exhibition at Comerica Park should get going at one PM with Sports 15 and 45 past each hour. Chris Volare W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 A traffic report pay with a rather report in 75 seconds.
Tiger Woods Makes Cut at the Memorial
"Woods does make the memorial cut on the number of three over after a second round for over 76. Tiger, Just making the cut The leaders after two rounds or Tony fee now and Ryan Palmer at nine under, with John Graham. One shot back
"john graham" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
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"john graham" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"And what does that do to your brand? I'll write something to think about as we go into our session with John Graham Junior. I the message you can hear me. Okay Fine Graham. Senior employees brand culture expert Diversity Equity Inclusion Guru. Can I say how you doing? No please don't know I'm great. I'm great. How are you wonderful wonderful? I'm better when I bring my friends. Along. That's right that's right. It's it's it's no fun without friends. It's not yeah of course. Of course I think a really good Dialogue and great table set of conversation. I think that's a lot to unpack there You touched on some really strong points. I love the three questions that people can ask awesome. I really throw search at the table. A little bit more Intel the do for a living. Yeah for sure. So I'll start with what I do and then I'll give you the title. So to effectively. Showcase articulate our internal culture to to Attract talent so. I want to be able to preemptively. Answer the question for anybody who's thinking about joining from the what is it like to work there right So global employer brand and culture marketing Leader really defines that as a title but essentially my job is to showcase culture And build a strong employer brand through the voice of the employee not necessarily through the corporate arm. Hearing you say it's so important to have not just an engaged employees to leverage the voice. But they live at the place. Let's let's start there. That's right right that's right you should. You should generally put people who like your company in front of a camera audiences to talk in attract other people. Yeah should start there. Yeah sure that because that's kind of where the journey begins right before you're able to start to leverage their voice in the market. I think first and foremost you have to have a very well defined Employee value proposition or VP A lot of companies are racing to figure that out right now those who are a bit more progressive on the front end of employer brand Are Now probably in their second or third. Iteration of their employer brand Or EDP so it comes down to getting a very deep understanding of who you are as a company which cultures like As expressed through the employee voice. Right what are the reasons why they why they joined the company? What are the reasons why they stay Why do they advocate for other people who don't work at the company to come in joint And so when you when you have that perspective from the internal side than matched up against or you contrast that up against how are you perceived externally by people that don't work at your company but made no of your company whether through consumer side or their industry adjacent or competitors? I should say And so and then. Let's not exclude the global perspective as well 'cause how you reviewed in the US may be different than how you viewed in in Shanghai or our in Switzerland so So it's really getting a holistic understanding of who you are from your core how you're viewed externally and then analyzing synthesizing that into messaging And a brand as it were that represents she has an employer awesome so many considerations. And so when yeah? When are you thinking about who that employee is and how they feel about belonging in that culture? In what safeguards are you putting in place proactively? So that you're ensuring that these ambassadors stay happy ambassadors? That's a really good question. I mean I think. Belonging is the effect of diversity and inclusion working. Well if you if you saw for those. Two than belonging is a natural I think progression To wear it. So if we use the the I think the overused Cliche of the dance. Diversity is being invited to excuse me diversities. Being invited to the dance inclusion is being asked to dance I always say the belonging is being made to feel that. You're weird dancers. Okay yeah everybody in ties it. That's right that's right so I think that that is a To you to your earlier points in your intro. It's about culture. Do you have a culture that makes belonging imperative? Do you have a culture that that inclusion is a is a non-starter right is diversity? Not just You know making the You know getting the numbers But really being thoughtful on on where you try and source talent or how you You know bring your diverse populations that are already in into a sense of community. So it's it's work. It's constant working. And here's the crazy. Part Diversity inclusion as a practice within corporate structures about slowly sixty years old. Yeah note no company has solved for it yet. No so there's really no Shangri la what what is best practice right. It's it's variations of what good looks like for your company based on the stage their conversation with someone before Geoffrey Bowman of reframe the brand he talks about how it's been sixty years in no one saw for this thing and yet everybody is throwing up the Eagles signed and you're a rabbi in feels. Good Disconnect Yeah. Well the other thing. That's scary is. It's an eight billion dollar industry the diversity and inclusion right so so it's one of those industries that that that's generating that much revenue on an annual basis but has not produced a solution and the recent rationale here is. You're not trying to solve a sixty year old problem trying to solve a four hundred year old problem that we're talking about black employee you're trying to solve a two thousand ten thousand euro problem therefore talking about female employs gender parity and equality right so there's there's socialization to your point. External Culture defines it impacts or influences internal culture because we all socialized in a larger construction system so John is interesting because when I met you you were doing boy brand on a global basis as somewhere in there. You got this poll inside of you. The stars adding diversity equity and inclusion to your you know your Westbury like decide that you needed to formalize this. Yeah so I've always been a champion for diversity and inclusion An equity in the work that I do. I just never really practiced by or structured defined Approaches behind it. It was just knew that if you wanted to accurately and compellingly speak to an audience you had the I understand. The audience understand some of the challenges there so I I was pretty adept and in tune with that but I took another step and then went out and did some formal education around the subject to fostering diversity and inclusion within corporate structures with the L School of Management and that enabled me to see you know. Take a step back and look at it from a an executive or a leadership level and see how organizationally D I B Sort of flows or diversity equity flows in large entities. But also how can you? How can you be a champion and nudge in the work that you do even if you're not branded as the leader of that space so so for me? I think employer brand and diversity inclusion are not a dis- disarm you know. They're they're joined right that they have to be because we're talking about people and culture and selling companies culture to attract talent. You know what I'm going to ask you this. I've asked several professionals in marketing. Readers deny leaders. This very same question of interesting. I'll go see what you think. The they're hurt me. Make the anecdote about the individual taking work home and taking home to work in the world with him to work. Jura diversity inclusion in Equity Denied D. I. E. Whatever how all of those acronyms. I think. It's great that companies are trying to do it for whatever reason whether they're doing it because it's the right thing because it's the thing to do because it's Kinda hot right now right to know if invoked to the business case. Oh jeez going to impact our bottom line. It's good that they're doing these things but at the end of the day even if the company has these programs. Isn't it true that the individual at the individual basis could still bring that bias from home? Bring that we are thought from home. So is this an individual thing? Is it a hard thing that we need to address? In order that the company's programs will be even more effective. That's a fair question How do I say this? The intent of any good deny program is not to Iraq decayed or eliminate bias. Right. It's impossible. He can't but the key here is you. You're you want to help interrupt those biases from being acted on. So if you you're always going to have your bias and you're thinking from outside that you burn inside the the the question really becomes. Are you acting on that bias? Which then has an impact negatively to the cultures individuals to work performance of business results and so forth so really. I think it becomes an awareness. Play first and foremost you need to understand what your biases are. Then you need to be armed with mitigation strategies to interrupt that bias real time and create a culture that says if I see somebody acting on bias and okay. In fact I'm empowered to ED encouraged to call it out in a way. That is supportive. Encourage you know and reinforces the cultural norms and elements that we want in aspire to have at our corporate culture. And you know what I'm here for you is if these companies are doing it well and they're interrupting these biases in. May Cause Joe Schmo Julie Schmo to think and actually consider something. They never considered before. So there is. The opportunity are made the possibility for little change in the heart. Absolutely absolutely I I like in it too. And it's probably not a fair comparison but I think about just behavioral changes right at one point. It was extremely normal To smoke indoors to smoke in the offices you couldn't go office to smoke planes right to smoke in public places without regard. It was not looked at as uncommon. Anything out of the norm and then at some point we as a society decided that endorsed smoking was no longer A norm that we wanted to support so now if somebody were to light a cigarette in an office I mean they'd get swarmed or somebody would quickly you know? Act to interrupt. You can't smoke back. They've companies you can't even smoke on the premises right so so over time and it took I mean Gosh. That's started in the early nineties. Maybe late eighty right and so here we are. We're now. It's a norm where an entire generation would never even think about lighting a cigarette in a public place or in office that matter so these things take time but it takes a collective of people agreeing on the norms of the culture. That'll be in place and people brave enough to step up in the early stages before it becomes ingrained to interrupt or to it out fantastic John. You're doing wonderful work for your employees. You're and you're out and about and you're speaking. Tell me where people can find you not just online and coming up well due to our current pandemic situation. I have zero travel ahead of me but but I will say I'm actually taking some time off the speaking circuit Until I launch my new global employer brand our our new global brands But you can find me. I typically share a lot of content related to things that I'm personally about Whether it's dia be or You Know Floyd Brand Tech Marketing. Whatever on twitter Instagram Lincoln Do I get my handles by giving go? This is for the cool. I'm on Instagram and twitter. At insta- Graham nineteen o six and G. R. A. H. AM nineteen hundred six Lincoln. You can affect me of John. Osa See got it in years so so yeah in Lincoln. Just search John Graham creative and I'll pop up on snapchat and instagram. Nineteen o six to any gun. Talk yet I'm back and forth. I want to but I don't want to. I know I know it's power and that's why I'm afraid of it but I also remember vine I'm like I'm old enough to remember vine and when that was cool so I don't know I just haven't found a value proud for it for me. You find your way if you find your me. No we'll do it okay. See that's whole new terminology for me. I'm to begin. I'M GONNA GO SEE. I see I see you should be. I mean you are an influence so whatnot the auto and you know I've got these Jin's ears in university that I've always dealing with so matzec. You students are going to teach me how to renegade. I did talk with a get loose with the ladies from Lane College. So we're already in their in their in their deep. You're my spirit animal. I wish I'm not there yet. I'm not there yet. I just learned how to coming on. You're always a pleasure in such rich conversation with you. And I can't wait to heavy peck on should keep doing what you're doing. Thanks for having all right. Bye-bye everybody All right this little commercial I wanNa make sure that everyone knows that they have the opportunity to come on this. Show for a live laser. Coaching that that you will share with me. What your goal list and we will hack your goal for fifteen minutes in front of this live audience and you will make progress. That's just the way it happens. That's the way good professional. Coaching happens and with that. 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"john graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"john graham" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Baseball on the million as the sports open line nine eight six fifteen of the cardinals. when we return to the story of any Oakley. this world class female shooter in the story of a world class shooter Frank Butler who just happened to be passing through southern Ohio claiming he could out shoot anybody let's return to faith here again is Oakley biographer Cheryl Casper Frank is staying at a hotel in Cincinnati and he starts talking with a bunch of farmers the farmers say Hey we have someone in our county he's a really good shot and we're gonna have that hundred Bucks at this person can be. here again is are L. Wilson Paul fees and Virginia Scharff Frank Butler this already professional Shootist shows up for this match with hundreds of people watching. and who is it that comes as his opponent but a fifteen year old girl who was only five feet tall and weighed a hundred. I almost dropped dead when a little slim garland fortresses stepped out to the mock with me I was a big man the moment she appeared right then and there I decided if I could get that girl I would do it. Frank Butler nineteen twenty four. they shot evenly for twenty five for twenty four birds in on the twenty fifth bird he missed. but it was a very gracious loser he he thanked her for the match complimented her on her skills. and then courted her for a year. there's a charming little girl she's many miles from here. she's eleven little fairy did fall in love to see here. our presence would remind you of an angel in the sky. that I love this little girl with the rain drops in her eyes. Frank eighteen eighty one. he was in his twenties when they met she was fifteen and yet within a year. he made himself appear safe to her he clearly admired her he sparked and courted her as few of us have ever been sparked recorded and everyone of us would like to be by someone and she was lucky to find him and I think he knew he was lucky to find her. for the next six years however well Butler any shooting partner John Graham performed on the vaudeville circuit any state in the background that was about to change. story has the Butler's part the phone and Graham was ill and she was called up as a member of the audience and was so obviously good at him so charming and such a novelty to the Philippines. and was never heard of again. at some time she adopted the name Oakley is a stage name and nobody knows why and mother in Oakley became a shooting sensation. from that day to this I have not competed with her in public shooting she out classed me. nineteen twenty five. the shooting team about learn Oakley hit the road traveling entertainment was in its heyday. circuses theater companies and vaudeville acts traveled the country playing venues from outdoor arenas to smoky saloons for Frank in any it was an exhausting life of noisy train rides seedy hotels and one night stands you're shooting act might be sandwiched in between of body songstress and scantily clad acrobats. here's the historian don wellness right he was a largely male oriented form of entertainment. double entendre in comedy there were suggestive lyrics and songs and there was a good deal of semi nudity. the Max. solutions. it was the Victorian age Annie Oakley the Christian girl from Ohio. being fought a loose woman. she resolved to set herself apart both in manner and in dress. she began wearing an outfit that completely covered her body a calf length skirt long sleeves and leggings and a hat that sparkled with a Silver Star. look became her trademark this costume the distinctive and eye catching was as modest as any attitude towards her talent. his old west historians joy Casson and Roger McGrath. she made her own past years that was very important to her as part of a desire to control herself presentation. she could move easily in them and yet she looked she looked respectable she looked childlike. women and the western just like the man enterprising courageous bold adventurous intelligent worst really selected in. the women had to be almost things the network in spades because they were doing most of the things the men were but lacked the same degree of physical prowess. the women in the west were simply the very best America has to offer and what better example of that then Annie Oakley. Frank soon realized that any was the main attraction of but learn Oakley. in a remarkable reversal of nineteenth century roles Frank Butler became any Oakley's assistant. I think Frank Butler understood that she had a kind of star quality that he didn't want to over shadow and Frank Butler didn't have a problem with that I think he adored her I think he also was a savvy businessman who understood that she was pretty she was lady like she was petite she would do what needed to be done to make that rise to the top and he'd want to get in our way as matter of fact he understood that for the two of them the best thing possible was for to let her take the lead. in eighteen eighty four but learn Oakley landed a forty week jobless cells brothers circus one of the biggest traveling shows in the country. finally they had steady work with a clean family oriented show. the circus life is hard and the pay unreliable when the season ended in New Orleans that December it looked as if Frank and.
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"Chief financial officers around the country are concerned there may be a recession next year Jason to Berlin of member station W. N. C. reports business optimism dropped to its lowest point in three years and two thirds of U. S. chief financial officers I think the economy will be in recession by the end of next year these findings come from a Duke University CFO global business outlook survey Duke finance professor John Graham says business optimism is falling fast in the United States the number of CFO's growing more pessimistic out numbers those growing more optimistic by a five to one margin uncertainty could lead to less business investment the Duke survey also found that CFO's expect a less than one percent increase in capital spending in the next year for NPR news I'm Jacinda growing in Durham North
"john graham" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Leader, John Graham, Nick hanging out talking about the millionaires taxes, well as Chris from Princeton, don't go anywhere is jersey one zero one point five fast traffic. Momma got some better news on the northbound side of the western spur coming up to sixteen w that crash that previously had two lanes blocked off to the shoulder. So we are seeing some slight improvements now in the northbound direction, but keep in mind there is still construction at the exit ramp for sixteen w that's got the left lane closed. This report sponsored by expresspros dot com. If you're similar plans include a new job, it's time to get the know express employment professionals connect on the express jobs app or on express pros dot com. Westbound eighty still slow coming into north at route twenty one and then a further west onto he gets even heavier and to the Garden State Parkway where you've still got a crash blocking two left lanes. Just after exit twelve we still got a very tough ride in Jersey City southbound side of one in nine down to county road we've got down wires in a right lane. If you want to stick with the eastern spur at looks good from route three right back down into the southern mixing bowl and in Asbury park. We're still shut down both ways on route seventy one at Asmara avenue where they are still conducting water main construction, George Washington Bridge coming off the upper deck under the apartments was a crash in the right lane. Okay at the tolls. But again still very slow in the span lower deck. No waiting and just a minor slowdown Lincoln and. Tunnels. Jeff Rome, New Jersey traffic north Mike Barker, New Jersey traffic, south on the turnpike, travelling southbound there's right lane construction approaching exit number three inches, a very minor delay into the area. Now, certainly nothing. You just have to steer yourself. Completely clear up. Northbound turn by a pretty good ride so far coast-to-coast onto ninety five. That's a good ride black city expressway on the eastbound side, so far I don't see anything major going on as far as construction does. We'll keep tabs on that Parkway southern half one good shape. Forty to fifty five looking good and across the Delaware. You're fine. Traffic every fifteen minutes. Your.
"john graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Is family secrets secrets that are kept from us the secrets we keep from others and the secrets we keep from ourselves. I grew up in the suburbs of buffalo, Williamsville, New York. We lived on a quiet street about two miles from the downtown center, and I was raised with my two older sisters one two years older one eight years older, John Graham, my father lived with us and his parents who were really raised me. My mother was divorced. John Graham, she lived in New York City, and she would see us about twice a year at four consecutive days in these appointments visitations were arranged by attorneys and the hours of us would be from ten o'clock morning to seven o'clock at night. And in the house, we lived in Ecuador talk. But my mother there are no photographs of my mother was just understood that there would be no contact with my mother. The only thing we got from my mother would say birthday cards and Christmas package. How did that feel to you as a as a kid? I mean was there an absence in terms of your mom not being around? Yes. I mean, their friends all had had mothers. And my friends would ask where's your mother? And I think on the street when my mother would come by up. Clock morning. Everybody be looked out the window because they're all kind of anxious to know who my mother is should never go the cars. So it was always kind of a secret not just at school. But on the street, and how was your mother during those visits joyful, though, says it's you know, it's first time, I get hugged kissed. This.
"john graham" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Edition of the opening bell statistics about crime, violent crime in the United States show that it is on the decline. Those stats have been showing up for quite a while. So why is there a public perception that it's getting worse in some places is worse than it actually is joining us this morning, John Graham, luxu- writer and editor at the Pew Research Center, and the fact tank there, John good morning. Welcome back to the opening bell. Good morning. I'm doing well. Thank you for being with us this early in the morning, the stats as we go through them. Shows a really different story than the perceptions. Don't they? Yeah, they do that. And this has been the case for a long time in the US Americans tend to think that crime is is on the rise. Even though like you said the statistics show it has been declining for most of last quarter century. Let's talk a little bit about some of those numbers, and we've seen in some places double digit declines right in violent crime. Yeah. Nationally, there has been a huge declines in both Thailand. And in the last going back to the early nineteen nineties. I mean, the crime rates on both violent side and the property side have had fallen by more than fifty percents, and that's been the case in in recent years to decline since since the mid two thousand. Even though there was that. There was an increase. It hasn't been a steady decline that has been year over year increases occasionally, but the long term trend is definitely a big decline. Then this perception than the public perception where does that come from is it we in the media who are doing a disservice to the public by not presenting these facts, I often early and often as we should to them or where are they getting this at? Good question. I'm sure to an extent it is what people see in the press and one thing that is important to keep in mind. Is that crime is always a very localized experience. Modestly in Chicago. There's been a lot of a lot of attention paid violent crime and murder, and it could be that people don't really think about it in terms of national crime rates. So the one that thinking about crime, they might be thinking what they just read it in the paper about something that happened in their own city, you know, yesterday or the previous year, and they're not thinking about the fact that, you know, their own city might be an outlier in that sense. So to an extent it's just could be, you know, the the questions that people are asked in surveys about crime or not what they're thinking of in terms of what they're seeing in their own community in talk to us a little bit about the surveys that have been done. I know what we have notes here on Gallup survey eighteen of twenty two Gallup surveys since nineteen Ninety-three. They were asked about crime in any one of those the public set they believe crime is up. Yeah. But what's interesting is that Dallas and also ask the question in different ways. And so if for example, they outnumber year crime up nationally compared to last year and in eighteen twenty two surveys going back all the way to nineteen Ninety-three sixty percent or more of Americans and said, yes crime is up nationally, even though like we said trying to down, but fewer people actually say crime is up when they're asked about their own. So it's not it's still a substantial portion that's still half of Americans are so believe that crime is up from one year to the next when they're talking about their own community. But it's interesting to me that it's consistently lower than the number who say the same thing about national climb. And so that. People do think about crime differently when their local community versus the country as a whole. Yeah. And the perceptions that are gained from press coverage are especially significant for let's say a city like Chicago, we've had to deal with this with the Chicago is the perception of it as being the murder capital of the US. But the that's not really the case. No, it's not an not been the case for for decades. Actually, I've been the difference. There is just the the the difference between the raw number, for example of murders that happened in Chicago versus the rates. I mean, Chicago has a lot of murders has more murders in fact than any city in the US by shot. But of course, Chicago is also the third largest city in the country. And so when you adjust for its large population, Chicago is not anywhere close to being the murder capital of the United States. It's well below other cities got less than half the murder rate of Saint Louis and Baltimore, and it's below other cities to Detroit New Orleans. So that the large population, there means that it's not really the murder capital. But of course, that's not to minimize the problems that Chicago has in raw numbers that he does see a lot of violence every year. And so, you know, it's kind of a matter of perspective if you think that the problems that are being overblown. I mean, clearly there's a lot of violence, and it is an issue. That probably needs to be addressed. But it's just not, you know, it's not when you when you adjust for the population. That's not quite as dire. As maybe a lot of people have in mind, John is there any issue with the data? That's coming from the FBI the Justice department on this that might be skewing people's perceptions. Does the data needed for be presented differently? Or is that pretty straightforward. Well, the one thing to keep in mind about crime data is always that. It's not it's not exactly perfect in the US. Crime data has a lot of has a lot of flaws and one of the flaws is that it's very delayed. So we're into twenty nineteen now, but we don't expect to get national crime data four twenty eighteen until as late as October of this year. And so when you're thinking about crime and how it's covered in the press. And how people understand it. There's a big delay. And so we often don't even know what the what the current situation is. Because things are so things are so delayed. And then the other thing is that the crime statistics that we tend to focus on our reported crimes only the crimes that are reported to police, and what we know from surveys is that many people don't report crimes to police. In fact, the majority of crimes don't get reported to police many crimes do such as car theft or murder is pretty easily trackable crying because. It's the most serious one. But other other crimes like assault and burglary isn't Steph are very common and often not reported to police at all. So the picture you're getting about crime is is far from perfect one issue dive into the data at least for me. One of the more concerning things aside from the rate of crime is the rate at which crimes are solved the data shows that that is a huge problem that the clearance rate is low everywhere. Yeah. And that's another thing. That's very localized from city to city. It can be it can be very low in some places, especially for violent crimes. I mean, there are some places in the United States where you know, even even fewer than hassles murders are solved and the overall picture is most crimes are actually not reported to police and most of those that are reported to police are not eventually solved. And so really you're looking at about a quarter of all crime that actually takes place in the United States being both reported to police ending salt in the end. So what do we do with all of this information is public policy being impacted by the perception? Or is it vice versa? That's a good question. I think there is probably some impact on public policy in the perception of lies crime. I mean, you always during the nineteen nineties and then afterwards, you had a lot of politicians running on this tough on crime campaigns lasting well into the present day, even though as we said crime has been falling. So there is probably a policy impact on, you know, on the difference between perceptions, and and what's actually happening out there. What kinds of questions would you would your dream research survey on crime include if you had to set one up? Oh, that's an interesting question. I would love to die in more deeply personally to to the reasons. Why people think the climb is up like you said at the beginning of the. Beginning of the segment, I'd love to know, why people are thinking that client is so bad. And one thing that's hard to get out. Sometimes is the number of crimes or the volume of crime versus the type of crime. When you ask people is crime bad. They might not be thinking in terms of is crime. Is there more crime? They might be thinking of the nature of the crime. It might be thinking of drug related crime gun crime. We don't know exactly. And we can't really know until we really cold the question. What people have in mind. So the more questions you can ask the more follow up questions. You can ask to get to get at this question of why they're they're mis perceiving. What's happening? I'd be. I'd love to know that same here. John great conversation. Thanks for being with us. Again this morning. We appreciate it. Thank you. John Gramlich writer editor for a Pew Research. Centres fact tank blog you can find more on line at Pew Research dot org. Make sure you follow John on Twitter at John Gramlich. It's five forty nine here on the opening bell time update. Traffic.
"john graham" Discussed on Classic Races
"And I'd like to say thank you to the fans for enabling us to grow as big as we are. And we look forward to welcoming them and having their them their next February for the Daytona five hundred all feed weeks events before you know, it'll be time for speed wigs to kick off again, we'll see their John looking forward to Joe thanks for having me John Graham for the Daytona International Speedway. Well, we thought a moment ago that Ricky Rudd was going to give Tony Stewart fit. He got up there. And then all of a sudden Ricky started going back when Jeff Burton put a little pressure on him. Jeff has now second Ricky's drop back to third. Kevin Harvick will be moving up trying to take that spot away from Ricky here. Just a moment. Casey, Atwood still having a good day and fifth place. Bill Elliott strong six right now sterling marlin's car stories have trouble in both ends of the racetrack. Getting it around the corners and us it's costing some he went from the lead all the way back to seven rusty Wallace till pretty solid rusty as eighth Jeff green had a great day. He is ninth and tenth right now is Todd Bodine. That's the way they run the come. Now working back into the corner. I guess the closest battle upfront is going to be for the third spot. Ricky Rudd trying to hold off. Kevin Harvick as he starts to close it somewhat. Maybe a couple of Karlic separating those two further back. Bill Elliott has not liking watching these guys draw off first part of the race today. Of course, he was the man of fraud right now, he's dealing with traffic just behind him. Good battle going on between Sterling Marlin and rusty Wallace. That is for the seven th position surly Marlin has to Scott now rusty Wallace tries to get a Fender up alongside of him on the middle of the quarter back away checks back up in a line behind thought. Wallace was going to be successful last time he had a run on sterling coming into three. He won't get one this time by although on the back Marlins dog. Look down low again restes had a pretty solid race car all day long. It just hasn't been good enough quite to get up there and challenge for the lead currently isn't a place. We told him moment ago showing still twenty seven cars on the lead left lap lot right now one sixty four that'll give us a hundred and three to go as a leader works off turn of two and heads down the back straightaway. Jeff Burton not gained ground looked at the computer to go the animal the state about the same there back in turn three year. He comes Tony Stewart to the bottom of the race track about five separate the top two. And then it gets back to good Thirdly between Ricky running heaven Sterling Marlin did complete the pass of rusty Wallace. He moves up one position. Sterling to seven rusty falls back to the eighth spot. Jeff greenback. The ninth position now and intent is Todd bow Bodine's. Here comes another race says come out of the line. Bobby Labadie, try to work his way back up to the front of the pack. He's got some traffic to deal with and turn won the Tony Stewart still the race leader. Our radio live today at the homestead speedway in south Florida Brigham you coverage of the Pennzoil four hundred. I'm Joe more along with Barney hall cover the action of the for us today. Mike Bagley and Kurt Becker along. The pit road has Jim Phillips which Kelly and Jason toy fifteen lead changes of seven different drivers today caution as way three times each of those three times for debris only one car is out of the race. That is Robert Pressley's. A matter of fact, he's been in the garage for loud. But now has come back out. So all forty three cars are still running. We have twenty five cars that are still on the lead lap. During one of those caution flags there was practically everybody on pit road making their stops at during those stops a couple of cars collided at the head in pit road. It involve the cars of ward Burton, Ricky Rudd and Casey, Atwood. We have an update of the condition of the crew members that were hit Jason toy has the story. Homestead Miami speedway medical center staff. They told us now here's the latest that we do have one of the crew members was..
"john graham" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"Right amos jon fitzpatrick not johnson treasury jonah john graham fitzpatrick his her as her now married name but john graham knows everything about politics in new jersey in also by extension across the country and so we have barbecues on saturday and the summer what do we do it we're talking politics i am i go down a mob set graduated from the university of virginia and i go down frequently larry sabato is one of the great political minds down there at you va he hasn't the looking glass what's predicts the elections and things of that nature so just by happenstance were down of virginia he's giving a lecture so we we me and my wife just kept going with every now and a beats hayes larry speaking yeah let's go to see larry and so he called me about two months ago and asked me to be on his inaugural board of the center for politics who because their desire is to inject his thinking his policy and the policies but his programming into a younger generation yup right they are to use it in certain schools and teaching institutions but he wants it to be young any wants to create a sustainable thing for when he's when when he's no longer a part of it until i jumped at that yet right because it's a way for me to learn from what the world politics how the world of politics is evolving because it's evolving right now big time it's so different than what it was when i first voted i mean just think of what you just said and how both parties now originally brock obama was the first to leverage new media s in the mobilize yeah and then you look at the results of the last election and what hilary clinton said in her book and just acknowledging the republican party did a much better job yeah of accessing new media and the democrats kind of rested on their laurels now seems like everyone's trying to touch the next voter you're right which is.
"john graham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Let you take that feeling with you more at adtcom i'm david brancaccio in new york lots of movement in congress with the one and a half trillion dollar tax overhaul house republicans thought they had passed it but because of procedural snafu they have to vote one last time today senate republicans are already celebrating after their vote going forward on this program were going to probe the biggest tax change in thirty years from every angle we can today what america's new tax system does for the big banks which generally have not been able to avail themselves of the same tax avoidance maneuvers that were opened other companies that are more multinational and scope here's marketplace's dan gorenstein for every dollar of prophet most of the nation's banks pay thirty five cents to the federal government that's about to drop to 21 cents less for the government more for the bank doerner good thing for bag john graham is a finance professor at duke they'll have more cash flow to invest to pay their employees under the tax plan some banks like citigroup won't be able to deduct as much in losses it sustained during the financial crisis but analysts say it's a small price to pay for the expected windfall are be sees gerard cast he forecast banks particularly mediumsized ones will use this money to start buying up after tax reform it put the bag we expect big bang cheminee that come cast he says the need to serve clients line is behind the anticipated mergers he says giant jp morgan and wells fargo or spending ten billion dollars a year our technology the only way competitors can keep up is by joining forces i'm dan gorenstein for marketplace check the markets the 100share index in london is down twotenths percent the dow s p and nasdaq futures are each other threetenths percent as a guide to interest rates the 10year treasury yield up two point four six percent were also covering a final ruling today by the european union's highest court that the car service uber should be treated by regulators as a transport company not a digital company this is seen as a big setback for uber of oakland california if you miss our coverage of that on the air it'll be in the marketplace morning report podcast later on.
"john graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"John graham you come you hang around with a lotta by people g g you know you got no bike by the waiting for this he's got this other let me give you a little background on john graham i've known john graham sense what 1982 something like that yeah and i was two years old hair i was a blunt sorry i missed ally abby will go at emits the la i think tim was forty hanza it you know we've sort of you know when across each other a a lot and john gets involved a lotta people signed i don't exactly know how but he does and they're very interesting people there's a nature boy the produce guy we got anthony fiato uniting mad sue introduce redan debate yo atta andy bees the average via the big veteran died wounded vets rasim him laws that ride on this year's may twenty yet this year berate lloyd ejiofor star evani lost and harley davidson and that uh suffolk downs yeah a great bradley you know give bates irrelevant there might miss the big vinet you've been to the boston wounded veteran and you know how contagious it is to see the the community of work the brotherhood at work at eight at ally that's why i keep volunteering is because i didn't have to go and do with these guys did right these guys did the job that we should be most proud of it that's protecting our freedom and our flag and are and our rights and to go and see these events and to get caught up in the brotherhood they you witness is what skept meat coming back for five years is that i'm now treated like a brother um to these people i'm treated uh some of my better friends i've gotten through this asian and it's all because i've been reminded of a community effort in a brotherhood to help somebody that's in need and it seems that the people you meet even though they're not related they become related through you like volley are you guys know the produce guy anna as much a carry on the anthony media's you deal with no one of the big things that especially in india we says that once you're honored you become part of the family in that's it like you know you.
"john graham" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Broader teachable cost of our involvement only god knows what happens to them so i hope you'll listened is general and general obama was a terrible general on romping john graham of trump it'd be much better listen to your general's own healthcare he's right to be all over republicans we promise for seven years michael to repeal and replace obamacare and now we're just standing around wiped nears and headlights uh i've got an idea i think we'll work take all the money we could spin on obamacare lot granite back to the state under obamacare four states get forty percent of the money new york california massachusetts and maryland uh do away with the individual mandate requirement the important mandate requirement the uh medical device packed and take the rest of the money block granite and by 20 26 every patient in every statement hang contribution from the federal government with more flexibility that's what we should have led off with this call federal and and according to your bill i know you've put this together with senator cassidy of louisiana who is a reservation rick santorum spend bergier oh really a terrific i'm glad that senator sent arms aalto than i had a bill propped out obamacare in rick that aren't you just do what we took a welfare reform block grant money and the block granting approaches so elegant it works if you have more parity in terms of finding more flexibility more control i know you can complain kuhn about a block grant approach issued a local state alphand governor versus some bureaucrat and walked in you'll never made under obamacare by the way did you know that one of your colleagues has recently uh highlighted welfare reform is one of the great crimes of the 20th century elizabeth warren elizabeth warren and in her role thus cruiser and her view of the.