33 Burst results for "John Johnson"
"john johnson" Discussed on xperi-test-v1-t
"You obviously have Todd Gurley in 2015, which injury aside, he's still been one of the better running back since he came in. Rob, have a scene has been a crucial player for them. You've got Tyler higbee and farrow Cooper in 2016, both fourth round picks, and that's what you like to see. You like to see those fourth round picks that are blowing people away. So pharaoh Cooper hasn't exactly been a star wide receiver, but he's one of the best return men in the league. In 2017, Gerald Everett the tight end in the second round and he's been solid. You have Cooper Cup in the third round. He's been great. John Johnson in the third round also, the safety for them who has been fantastic. Great. He's a big part of why that defense works so well. And then evaluating guys from 2018 on gets a little more difficult, but I think every single player that they have drafted in the last three years is still in the league in some capacity or another. Many guys starting. I shouldn't say many. Several of those guys are starters for whatever team they're on. Many of whom are still on the rams. It's been a solid three years, even if they don't have, they don't have the all pro type players in the last three years, again, I would mention that they have had less than they didn't have a first round pick. The last three years, they didn't even have a second round pick in 2018. So I would hope that Holmes is a little bit more conservative with trading away first round picks. The rams have been just really quick and this is I think a point to jump in. In the chat, it's relevant as well. Then you take the best talent available, not just a position in need like the past few years of quin Trisha, Brennan says. What I think.
"john johnson" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Thought John Johnson Brian drew might be a slightly different opinion. So that's got to be discussed. But the interesting thing I think is a pair of them met again at the entry. In the mild. That'll be a really interesting month. There's always good time to work in this jumping. And the intrigue clearly suits them sort of over hurdles. A big galloping track. He showed we could do there last year by being brave arms game. They didn't no one realized how good he was at that stage. He was allowed a fairly easy lead. But the key with him is that he can set a strong gallop and maintain it. And what he needs that he hand over hurdles. He needs to get that the rhythm right or offenses. He needs to be able to learn how to fiddle and to be bald when he needs to be. And he was going in a bit short sometimes at his fences. And which is not a bad thing, long-term. You want to learn how to get close to them. He can't be winging everything. But you know, whenever he sorry. That's kind of the crux of it really. When we're doing the review here, that we are talking about novices. And sometimes as pointers when we're watching racing, we kind of forget that horses like this might have only had two two chases, you know, prior to this run. And that it is all part of their overall development. And your damn right to say, you know, that a hoist and yours is going to improve because the way that they teach themselves is predominantly through racing and being able to chop and change in a race allows them then to understand how to attack offense maybe in the future or to go short or what's required. So all novices, ladies and gentlemen come on, hugely through this type of experience. And don't underestimate the type of improvement that horses can make. And I'd always be very slow to ride a horse off, you know, as they're going through the learning process that actually be quite the opposite. You'd be nearly building in a lot of improvement. When you're trying to establish how they may run in the future. And I think that I thought the two of them were great. I thought it was a it was a great race to watch. And I just like the attitude of brave man's game. And I think I'm kind of biased towards his trainer as well because you know, he knows exactly how to handle this type of horse. But he's just honest and he's genuine and he's made for racing, really. Yeah, those are fair points. As I said, you know, from a hunting point of view, I think if you didn't see either of them again until they might be a very short price to beat some a hoist in your grid one novice there was I think that the time in between would hear the development of ice in the audience a very, very little racing, brilliant game, you know, he was competing against the best novices last year as a novice hurdler. He's been, you know, Paul Nico's got a very, very professional establishment there and a horse that came would have done tons of school and you can see that from his very first chair start is jumping been very, very good. And that will always stand him in good stead, but it was down in a good stand particularly in the early days of the novice as he's up against forces who need to learn. And he's thoroughly professional and polished already. So his scope for improvement is a little bit smaller because there aren't that many kinks to iron out. Whereas there are the hoists in your. But I think time will enable him potentially to do that. And of course, some horses improve more than others, and some horses. A couple of defeats can knock a promising novice back. But I'm hoping that that run has done a hoist and yours. His development good because he wasn't on the run that should have discouraged him going forward. And it's a case of connections and I find in the right race for him. There should be plenty of races. He's. A role of us after all. He started life off obviously in a graduation chair because they couldn't find much else for him at that time. So he had to take on experienced horses. On his first chair start so it's not been easy for him, but he's got he's got tons of scope. And I was like, you don't have to rush horses like this. There are only 7 year olds. The interesting thing about, of course, is the connections of editor in the gold cup. On the subject..
"john johnson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"The CW and they took too many wolves out of these areas and this is why our tribes are kind of in an uproar and had these wolf been left there They would have taken care of these thick animals On the other side of this though farmers and property owners are saying hunting wolves is actually necessary to control the population and protect their livestock and pets And since 1985 actually the state has paid nearly $3 million in compensation for deaths and injuries to pets and livestock caused by wolves What's your response to people who say that this is necessary At some point in time it is necessary to euthanize a wolf or maybe even a small pack because they're doing this and they're coming into these areas But you know at the same time they shouldn't go through the whole state and do it you know I understand that you know at some point in time yes Newton's wolf has to be taken care of and put down just like any other animal but they don't have to go through the whole state and ravaging just kill every one of them Because they are helping the ecosystem out here in Wisconsin Let's talk a little bit about your legal argument because it rests on tribes treaty rights tribes are guaranteed up to half the hunt quota which you use not to hunt the wolves but to protect them And your lawsuit says the state ignored sound biological principles in setting this year's quota at 300 wolves Say more about that what number were you expecting And is there any guarantee that the quota is actually observed Well the state's quotas are always going off on estimates And everything that they do is an estimate where ojibwa tribes everything that we take from the natural resources is and down to a key to the last fish the last deer or whatever we take And you know it hurts us because these wolves are a part of our ecosystem They need to be there And like I said they feast on these thick animals and they take care of things out in the wild that we don't see if you look at it this way you know the deer that are running across the highways and getting in car accidents and you know and stuff like this those wolf populations keep that down And I wish the natural resources board would listen to their biologists because they say that euthanizing more wolves you know is going to really harm that back down enough and 5 states allow wolf hunting but your state Wisconsin is the only one that actually mandates a hunt by state law Would you also like to see that law changed Is there a more permanent solution here Yes I would like to see the laws change and I would like to see our ojibwe tribes at the table while making some of these decisions We should be a part of that because what we say never gets heard and this is why we're kind of in this little uproar about this hunt And maybe at some point in time if we have to do it we can sit down and make these good decisions and why we should do it Not just go out and just kill everything just for the sake of shooting something or having a prize animal That's not how we do things back on our reservation And that's where I'm coming from They should have our input And at any point in time the DNR should be able to stop a hunt They should be able to do anything that protects the resources and that's what we want to be a part of John Johnson is president of the loch.
"john johnson" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing
"And welcome to another episode of the duct. Tape marketing podcast. This is john johnson. I'm going to do a solo show today. in fact i'm going to do a series of couple solo shows this week if you're listening in order because it's launch week four. My new book the ultimate marketing engine five steps to ridiculously consistent growth. So i'm going to cover. In short order. Those five steps over a series of podcast episodes. Hopefully you can string them all together. We'll have them in the show notes all strung together if you want to pick up a copy of the book if you haven't yet it's just the ultimate marketing engine dot com. You can find lots of free resources there and speaking of resources. The book is chock full of every exercise in checklist and task. Lists that. I give you so that you can get the work done. That's in the book. I'm going to start today by reading actually from the book to give you a little sense of the content but also to set up today's lesson so what is the ultimate marketing engine. I'm guessing you're reading this book or listening to me. Read this book because you have at least a mild interest in the answer to that question. So i won't hold back. The ultimate marketing engine is a successful customer. Now you may be saying everyone knows that you need customers after all this pretty much. What every marketing book says customers king blah blah blah but. I'm going to show you how most every other marketing book including a couple. I've written gets this idea terribly wrong. The school of thought that says the purpose of businesses to profitably acquire and retain customers is not entirely wrong. it's just limiting and hard to sustain the purpose of a business. What if the purpose of a business was to discover what it takes to make your customer successful. What if then you concentrated all of your efforts on that goal for an ever expanding roster of ideal clients what if growth came with your customers not from them. Note that my answer to this question what is the ultimate marketing engine includes not just the word customer but successful customer successful may seem like a nice adjective thrown into flour up the writing but it is much more than that. Think about what it takes to help a customer succeed and the key distinction comes to life. Your business succeeds when.
"john johnson" Discussed on Double Toasted
"By the way that's only watch like i'm like we'll just skip that part like your analogy all right. This was other. You're trying not to say his name. So i'm like okay. I guess i'll follow your now. Everything's fine. Everything's fine but i thought that was an amazing thing everybody. I'm so deathly afraid of bees. Even the concept of a b. Scares you know. What else is a horror film for allen. is that b movie. That jerry seinfeld did yes. Chris like scary. A just jerry seinfeld movie that law. I won't shut the fuck up as you like jazz. Have you ever seen that behind the scenes that fucking movie on the dvd isolated like a youtube. A friend of mine did a really great like deep dive into it. And it's riveting. It's the most insane process i've ever seen for a movie. Like jerry. Seinfeld was like involved in that movie so involved to the point where i think he paid those motherfuckers to keep like compliment. That whole on the scenes is less about the movie and more about. Just how amazing jerry seinfeld is like. He's jesus christ or something. Oh yeah no it's. It's a colt like propaganda video. Almost it's very weird. Yeah dude. I never got over that shit. I'm like all right. Like i liken to shut the fuck up or it but yeah i was gonna say though so as far as movies are scariest especially with the bb. Whenever i recently watched the trailer to arachnophobia guy. Trader is it called self thrill what they call it. Have you seen by the way jeff daniels and big guy. john johnson. yeah. I've seen it years ago. Movie is fucking terrifying but that trailer is one of the worst trait that i've ever seen an entire life to like fucking. It's so stupid and like we'll make sure to come watch the movie you know september thirteenth. And it's going to be know throw almaty. It's like okay. I know you're trying to create a john or something. It's not it's not going to happen right. Just be a scary spider movie. That's really interested in. Just how trailers have evolved. You know what. I mean like the other day i was like. Oh let me find a trailer for this like seventies vampire movie and it was just a seven-minute seen it wasn't trailer it was like a whole seem back then. You could just do that. I think like in the nineties got really self-aware where like you would have a narrator talking to the audience about the movie they were saying like we didn't trust that the movies speak for themselves. Yeah and i just wonder if that's like that's where we are now like with. I know what you did last summer thing. It's like oh we don't have a trailer doesn't have to be anything we can just say. Let's just cut names. Vhs ninety four trailers so before we get into this mellon ask you. Have you actually watched movies. Yeah actually really love vhs. Movies there's a shot at another youtuber really quick h-bomb guy. Does this really wonderful series called scan line and he does one on vhs. And how horror is john that does the most to vhs is like the idea that downgrading the quality made these bad movie seem a little bit more scary so when vhs the horror franchise started coming out. I loved it. Because i was like. Oh this is going back to the roots and there's something about it even though. It's clearly fake. That vhs makes it feel real it has texture to it. So i actually like both of the films a lot some bits more than the others. But what how do you feel. So i haven't seen two or three believed threes called viral or. Maybe that's a fourth one. I can't i can't remember no threes viral. Yeah okay yes. I haven't seen those too. But i saw the first one is scared to fucking me. Because here's the thing dude. I don't know what it is. I think because of blair witch project but like seeing tracking lines and movies or music videos. Something scare the fuck outta me. I don't know why there's just something gritty or something like that. Grainy like look like you know what. I mean like heuristic. It feels like we're watching something. We shouldn't be watching if i literally had a video. Where someone like had a camera camcorder just taking pictures. Someone eating noodles but was black and weiner's no sound out. Expect something really fucking happened. The whole hour scare someone eating fucking dinner man fucking crazy and you know vhs. I will say like that movie. Maybe there's a couple of probably nice scared but for me. I remember being very very afraid especially with the first stories in there. Like this girl ripping off dues dick and lose nurse shit some fucking hotel room and there are some other things i want to spoil like because there's some shit where like there's twist. There's numerous twists in the movie. Because he's are side stories you know dodgy series and i really recommend go check those things out but like what things i saw in one of the sequel. Traders was touched on zombies. Which is like okay that makes sense. You want to touch the most popular thing and whatever and i saw. This happened a couple of times. They're doing it again in this fucking thing if you just on your four and i'm like all right. I understand that this is a shudder exclusive. You guys probably having more fun with this. You know pro scares many people but like yeah. I think that's a little silly. And then also like the whole jump scare ship demons. The different quality of a video here got tracking lines. But there's like another bit here where it looks like district nine neil blonde camp like first person shooters shit so i was gonna say yeah the fucking becomes that doom movie with iraq from thousand due for a second we're becomes a straight up f-. Ps shooter yeah like does that threw you off..
"john johnson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"You know it might even be a pick. But that's the beauty. And i think that's tired should get a lot of credit for that. I think he set up. John johnson to not know the ball was coming until it was way too late antarctic adjusted to it. Last-second made that play. Now that was a great thr- obama homes to give them a chance. But i think that play was made by kill know setting them up like i said and making that catch him just flying away the other way. I think that was the play of the game. Obviously and entire killed Deserves a lot of credit for making that play. The connection between those guys is remarkable in coincidence. It's not closing his eyes and chunk in the ball out there hoping something good happens like a lot of his critics might stink he. He knows exactly where he can throw. Which side tyreek he can put it on. He knew the defender couldn't get his head around at that point An and i think he he threw it to a spot where he knew the tyreek could get to it and the defender likely wouldn't the ball placement. Mahomes has kind of intuition on where the leader receiver is part of. What makes him so great. Yeah saw skip bayless. I think tweeted something about how lucky of a throw. That was or something i mean. You're totally right. Because the thing is he has the arm strength or he could have tried to put that over john. Johnson's head and kind of made tari kind of you know. Go like deeper for it. But i think he purposely put it to where yeah you know tyre can pivot where he's at and just catch the ball there instead of having to try to outrun them and john johnson the really good player so he might have been able to make a play if he tries to throw it over his head. So yeah i think it's adding it with a well-placed ball definitely meant to do that. And that was the play of the game for sure have turned around the game in that one. Play in the fourth quarter. Yeah what a play. What game once. Lucky mahomes i think now has a track record. That's a that. I don't think people should be questioning at this point. But a lot of people are questioning the chiefs defense after yesterday and we had a lot of good questions from you all on twitter. So let's jump into some of those so jake for now. A dick wilson asked. How would you rate the performance without tyronn matthew. Really gay and frank clark's you have to put those things into the equation for sure because those are really important players at every level. The defense talking about frank clark. Who's a very consistent consistently good run defender. He may not always get the sack production. We all want. But you probably wasn't going to get a lotta sack production yesterday anyway. This brown's offensive line. They really could've used a guy. Like clark against the run to the hold that edge. And i think danny jones did pretty well anyway but so yeah clark and then obviously we saw some some some hiccups from the linebacker group in terms pass coverage. We'll get to that a little later with with a certain players then obviously tyrone matthew. I mean he's the heart of defense building jones a little more important than him but matthew being there would've made such a difference. I think you saw some big pass. Plays that maybe not. Maybe wouldn't have happened if matthew was on the field. He was the end. If you watched last year's game he really was the mvp of the game. The you know the browns game had that picked to begin the second half had a bunch of great reps against the run defense where he just cut off the run..
"john johnson" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast
"That's good van. Welcome back to the wo. That's podcast today is very exciting. Because y'all are. I'm actually really say about a huge fan. Actually kinda fan girl whenever i first met you. I don't know if you remember. But i was like i love you. But we have on the podcast. Jackie hills harry. She is a author poet. Bible teacher artis. I'm pretty sure you're also like a rapper. You're a mom and a wife. You're pregnant you you do a lot of things girl. So welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having these sadie. Yeah no. I really am excited. I came over to When i met you at john johnson already met your passion. I guess senior from afar valez light. Hi i really wanna preach like you preach with so much them. A big fan base. I remember you told me you're like you do preach with truth. That really meant so much to me and Because you know. I think sometimes we see people that are different than allow. Wanna be like you and you just really set me in the way of like. Hey you're doing you. And that's great and That really meant alaska so thank you. I've i've watched you from far. Unlike this girl she she's faithful. You know like in it costs a lot to be faithful. And so i just always value that when i come across it thank you. Hey thank you so much. that's true. Well we're gonna talk about a few things holier than thou is your book. Have it right here. It looks worn and from the way it's designed but it's actually worn in. I just finished it and it is so so good. We're also going to talk about your other gay girl. Good god in your life but first before we get to anything else. I have to ask you the question of though. Let's get podcast. What is the best piece of advice that you've ever been given. Oh i don't know. I i guess what what comes to mind is My pastor when i lived in chicago he was. He always used to council me about leadership in use to say jackie. Your your job as a leader is to die. I and that's so contrary to what we think. Leadership is to be the loudest to be the the first in things. But he's like nah the way. Jesus led us by dying. Now that's been a real strike to my pride a lot of times when i think about it..
"john johnson" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Chance to work with you now. What was it like to transition your lessons in your teachings to to him how is he viewed that And is that a big focus of yours or just kind of happens naturally first of all. I never in growing up in the company. I never kind of expected. I didn't think we were a family business quote unquote. We just a business. I never expected family to come into it. We didn't talk about it high school. it didn't sweep slabs growing up etc. I mean it was. You know. I kind of had my work life over here in my family life over here so it was not one of those old style. Family businesses So he was working somewhere else and and went. Got his masters in in our present John johnson work hard to recruit it in recruited them in and it was great and we're very glad he's here and he's a much better job being a weekly so to speak the am. He's he's better at it. Because i'm the old style entrepreneur and he's much more Team driven and personable and so many more ways than i am. And it's been tough if you come in as a founder son in the company's named david weekly homes. I mean half the people will thank you. Grew up with the golden in your mouth and raffled give you a hard time. I mean it's it's it's not an easy position position to be in. But he's done a extraordinary job In doing that is he's been the field. He's done a lot of different positions whether or not he'll ever be the ceo or not. I mean i'm not to see. I've got somebody that is so you know we'll see where that leads but you can be eight owner and a great You know team member later whether the ceo or not the ceo or if you're in this group are on this so To me the important thing is to ensure that this organization continues to prosper and take care of its team has customers.
Wisconsin Sets 300-Wolf Limit After Runaway Spring Hunt
"A policy-setting board for wisconsin department of natural resources approved a wolf heart. Evista quota three hundred wolves for the states fall. Wolf hunts wisconsin tribes oppose and have called on the us fish and wildlife service to reconsider its decision to remove federal protections for the animal daniel creating reports the board's vote goes against the wisconsin. Dnr's recommendation to set the harvest at one hundred thirty wolves state. Wildlife managers supported a conservative harvest due to uncertainty over the populations response to the february wolf hunt state licensed hunters harvested nearly double their allotted quota killing two hundred eighteen wolves and less than seventy two hours. John johnson senior is president of the lack of flambeau band of lake superior chippewa. He told the board that tribes view the wolf. As a brother adding their fates are intertwined. Six people lived in existence with wolves for longer than europeans walk. North america the main gun. We know respect and understand seems to be a different animal than the wolf that so many others despise johnson also chairs the voigt intertribal task force which represents a jib way tribes. The task force has called on the us. Fish and wildlife service to reconsider the wolf's delisting due to wisconsin systemic failures to manage wolves and prevent over harvest for national native news. I'm daniel catering
"john johnson" Discussed on The Pulse
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This Might Be the Worst Timed Tattoo Ever
"Leah. Holland's pre pandemic tattoo wins for worst timing ever leeann holland said. She pondered herself affirmation two for two years before she finally got it. If only she had waited just a bit longer competing in tiktok challenge for the dumbest tattoo. You've ever gotten all in showed off her. Ill advise inc. And it's a winner in tiktok video holland explained the tech was meant to reinforce being true to yourself and real and not pretending to be someone you're not but in the times ahead it would mean something entirely different it. Sorry that wasn't a part of the the twenty five year old said she got the tattoo on march fourth. Twenty twenty two days later kentucky announced its first case of covid nineteen. The rest is pandemic history. She pulled up her sleeve to reveal in. Read the tattoo. This is a farmer's tan. Just like germany just kidding. It's sad courageously and radically refused to wear a mask for the record. All in wrote on her post. I am not anti mask gay promise. She shared her unfortunate inc because of she explains i just kind of wanted people to laugh with me because i think it's funny now to okay. Doke paradoxically i have a tattoo. That says avoiding needles oxycodone or hydroxy. Go next sorry to bring a girl but without the pandemic that still a bad. She wanted a tattoo to express that she's confident. Outgoing virtuous independent and dedicated. Unfortunately the abbreviated design said. I am cova said. I'm not wearing a mask. Like that. Coward batman nor am i receiving the vaccine that coward wonder woman. May she rest in peace. Oh she had john johnson and johnson mexican. Jj jab jab jj jab real doctors get it or something since you get it. You didn't inch
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"You picked a name that many people might think there's the name of somebody in the edgeworth but it's not and so you don't have that issue of hey i want edgeworth. I want him well. There is no edgeworth. Okay so you got a lot of great people and so it's kind of one of those things that maybe you didn't do it on purpose and he certainly made that mistake but just when you're starting a service organization a consulting type company and and you're the expert. It's probably a good piece of advice to maybe think about not putting your name on the door. Obviously there's some benefits there. But there's also some drawbacks. Well and is also i mean this is a little bit more unique to expert witness work but even that said there are still times where we get lots of calls like we want you and so one of the things in my business that i know are the way i always put. It is a strategic point in our firm where. I'm not that old but i've had a great career so far i will continue to testify but i've had a wonderful career and so for me what's going to fulfill for the next part of my career. Is the legacy of this firm in that. Can i leave this behind to the next generation of economists to take the firm and run with it but that requires a whole different set of skills and work because developing experts. It's one thing to develop yourself. It's another thing to develop other experts and this is true in any service industry right. So if you've got a certain expertise have steph. How do you create other people that can provide the services from your firm and maybe provide them better and keep them happy and motivate them and not have them. Do you want them to still be a part of it right. There's a lot of to that. And so that's what. I spend a lot of my strategic time on now is all right. Well how do i make not just keep this the best firm it can be..
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Bowes i want to transition a little bit because on this show we kind of talked to two types of people. We talked to experts people that are very knowledgeable about some area of business and they help teach and communicate expertise to our community and then we talked to entrepreneurs people who tell us about the businesses that they've started in grown. You've done both. You're clearly an expert on the data side of things. You're clearly an expert on interpreting data and economics but you also started at least two businesses. I know we've talked about two of your businesses. We talked about edgeworth economics and edgeworth analytics. I'd love to hear more about your journey. Not just as an expert but as an entrepreneur. So what led you to say. You'd mentioned earlier. You thought you were just going to be a professor for a long time. I imagine there probably plenty of jobs out there that you could take to work for the government or any number of organizations as an economist but you decided to go the entrepreneur pass so talk us a little bit about what led you down the path as an entrepreneur and why you decided to start your own firm requires a little bit crazy..
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"I love that. And it's funny. When we started this discussion. When i started doing a little bit of research about you obviously your brain goes to okay. He's a big data guy. he works he does consulting. He's probably helping these big companies. These billion dollar companies figure out how to improve their margins by a point two percent or move the needle just very slightly looking at large data sets but the examples you just gave are things that impact small businesses. There are things that impact potentially looking at inventory and deciding or determining what inventory is most likely moving the needle on business sales and so it allows business owner to determine where they should be putting their time in their effort in their marketing potentially or inventory or if they're in brick and mortar where they should be putting their shelf space stuff like that that stuff that applies to all of us as business owners. And the second example you gave a visualizing data. That's something that all of us can do a better job at and it allows us to keep our employees and our customers and our vendors apprised of what's going on at our business when we can take the data we can actually put it in forms that are easier to visualize so. Can you give us some suggestions. Et for somebody. That's just starting a business. Let's say or somebody that has a small business that's growing their business would areas of our business. Should we be focused on when it comes to data. We don't wanna get down in the weeds and spend all the time that we should be spending actually growing our business thinking about esatern pieces of data. But i'm sure there's some areas where we should really be thinking when we jumped into orbit or a couple of those areas of. What can we be doing better. And so i think the key to sorta sound data analysis is just in the ordinary course of even starting a company running a company. There is a lot of data produced even a small business. Think about your financial data. That immediately comes to.
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Keeping things simple and relying on our intuition relying on our common sense but at the same time knowing that we can't necessarily trust our common sense especially with complex topics like data and statistics. That's a great question. And i think there's a few as sort of separated out. Expertise comes in a lot of different ways. Although i'm a data person you know. I don't know everything about every business. I study every topic. I studied i actually after lie on people that have other expertise to sort of help inform. What am i going to be looking for in the data now. That doesn't mean that. I want my result to be biased by what i'm told but it does mean that what i approach a data problem. I'm also thinking about the framework of how does this business work. What are people telling me. They think the issues are not. Because necessarily i mean the data's going to confirm matter not but i need to know at least sort of what the context is to actually get to the data in a meaningful way. I think you know. Taking einstein quote which i also love the point is i think. Put a little bit more finely is. It's not about i as expert statistician or economist. Need to find the solution to a given problem and simplicity means. I haven't made it so complicated for the sake of being complicated economist three models and they love very. Let me show you my coolest news statistical technique. And i'm going to run this really neat estimator that you've never heard of but wow it's really cool but maybe something else would have been good enough would have been just perfectly fine and so i think what i apply that in my professional life i think about it as a professional understanding the differences between where simplicity actually can be applied. And where you have to go the extra mile and that means. I don't try to play outside of my space. And so if i'm working with a company where they know their particular industry. I want to learn as much as i can. I so then. When i go to the data i can say okay. Well i see this in the data but that doesn't really square with what you're telling me. Why is it that. That's the way to i think it around that but it's gotta come from a place of information and again i can bring data skills to the table that i can bring rigor and logic but it's a collaborative effort especially when we advise like small businesses and we're trying to help solve a problem so that's the way i approach. It is just understanding but all of the nuance and in some respects. The reason why people go to school for years and years to learn this stuff is because it's about those new wants things that extra step that makes it hard to lot different standard. If i'm reading the newspaper i could see okay. Something doesn't seem right. But if i'm helping a company make multimillion dollar decision. That's probably gonna have to be a little different standard for what we're doing. Excellent so you're talking about these different businesses companies in different industries. You're helping them solve problems. You're helping them make good decisions. So let's go there. Let's explore that more. You're consulting that using data better overall. So what types of businesses to you help in. What sort of things do you do to help. Businesses with their data right so again so i already talked a little bit about the litigation side of our practice which generally companies that are sort of have litigated dispute matt often though involves learn every detail of their business so we can look at their detailed pricing data and really understand but beyond that the other types of consulting we do often involves two companies abbas specific issues so me give you an example recently consulted with a retail store that had basically attached.
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Ado let's welcome. John johnson to the show. Dr john johnson. Welcome to the bigger pockets business. Podcast we are so looking forward to learning more about data and how we interpret and use that data in our businesses. And i believe you are an entrepreneur as well so cannot wait to hear some of your entrepreneurial stars so thank you for being here today. Oh great to be here ever excited. Hopefully it's something interesting to say. And i do love to talk about data so i think we'll find some good things talk about. I'm sure i'm positive. In fact when i read originally that your area of expertise was kind of distilling complex data down into simple and straightforward explanations. I knew i wanted to have you on the show. I am a data guy myself. Not like you you are a phd from. Mit am not. But i do have engineering a math degree and so i've always been a big fan of data so i'm really excited about this discussion. You run a company. And i want to hear a little bit about your company but technically your company is focused on economics consulting and that term economics means a lot of different things and a lot of different context. Can you take us back a little bit. And just tell us a little bit about your background your story what that means you being an economist and also a statistician and what specifically it is that you and your business do yes so i hit actually thought dutifully after i got by phd. That i was going to be the you know most popular professor at the university of illinois campus for the rest of my life and i found that being a professor in an academic was incredibly lonely digest. I was very social. I wanted to work on practical. Real world problems. So by background is a phd in economics. Actually sort of dual specialization. In sort of microeconomics. How do firms work. but then also in what's called the kata metrics which is kind of the marriage of statistics and economics and so over the course of my twenty year career. Since i graduated from graduate school. You know even more. Technological advances with data the size of the data sets the types of data sets. And so it's kind of perfect world for me and that i love applying an dealing with real world problems. I and so economic consulting. Broadly is sort of. We do a lot of different things but generally economic consulting firm edgeworth economics. We often do expert testimony where we are brought into situations where companies are suing each other. Or there's other sort of large litigation and there's a really big problem and data as a pretty central part of it and so for example. I did a case fairly of my career involving chocolate candy bars. And i had data on every single chocolate candy bar sold in the us for ten years and had to analyze what happened the pricing and model. All this data. I had a tour of the chocolate facilities and see how that worked bob and so basically i kind of parachute in a business into industries and advise them or sort of offer my opinions on how they work assertive from an outsider perspective. Being very true to the data. So that's the economics business and then we have the sister company the analytics business which is more about more advisory work where we're trying to advise companies how to make better use of their data as opposed to looking at the data. They already happening. Okay this is what it means to us. That's awesome. And i love that. And i want to dig into how we as business owners entrepreneurs.
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Have you seen travel prices lately. Oh my goodness rental car. Prices are through the roof hotels through the roof. I took my mom to the airport yesterday. So many people it is crazy town. That said i'm pretty excited to start traveling to. I've got to be honest. So good stuff coming up as always absolutely and yeah lots of stuff going on and there is no segue from that discussion into today's topic. So hard i had something in then it just completely unraveled. I agree it was right here. It was right here well. Luckily we don't need a good segue in today's topic because today's topic alone. It's a gory topic. And we have a great guest our guest today. His name is dr john. Johnson and he is a phd economist. He is the founder and the ceo of to world class companies edgeworth economics and edgeworth analytics. He's the author of a really cool book called every data the misinformation hidden in the little data. You consume every day. He's taught at georgetown university. He's been quoted pretty much everywhere and he's here today to talk to us about data. I know sounds like a really boring subject. Doesn't it and normally data would be a boring subject but it's not boring with dr johnson. Here's the thing he turns this into an actually into an exciting and interesting conversation. We talk about everything from how we can be better consumers of data how we can see through bed. Data how are cognitive and confirmation biases can impact our interpretation of data and most importantly we talk about how we can use data in our businesses to make our businesses more successful to help grow businesses to help focus our businesses on the things that are gonna make us money. We even talk about his business journey because he's built to companies and he knows about building a service based company where he is the product. He has a company where he is an expert witness and he has a bunch of expert witnesses around him and people hire his company because of him and we talked about the things that we can do as experts to grow a company into scale company. Where normally we would be the product but we wanna make our company bigger than just us. It's a great conversation and this whole episode was just absolutely amazing. If you want more information. About john johnson about edgeworth economics edgeworth analytics or the stuff we talk about in this episode. Check out our show notes at bigger pockets dot com slash biz. Show ninety nine again. That's bigger pockets. Dot com slash biz. Show ninety nine okay without any further..
"john johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Welcome to the bigger pockets business. Podcast.
Best Positions for the Cowboy's Free Agents in 2021 Season Draft
"Let's talk Cowboys on today's episode. I was talking about free agency. And and this is now the time of year to be talking for you to see if we're not talking about Dak Prescott and let me ask you if you could only because it's the Cowboys here and we're not going to get greedy. If you could only sign one position in free agency. What position would that be? Before so we're assuming that co-signed here or do I have to yes. Yes. Okay. So if I'm if I'm kind of like sweeping generalities one position, it's probably a cornerback. That's that's where I'm going. And I think that's where there's the the largest amount of options especially with the fact that both Judo and Jordan Lewis are departing and free agency. I think that's where the most shallow at the moment. I don't think there's like a safety that that makes you know, it makes me want to make a bagel. You know what I mean right now, like there's not that guy in this year's free-agency. So I'd probably go corner. What's yours free safety because there is that Gap there's lots of those guys. There's good depth of pool at free safety here with I mean Marcus May and John Johnson Marcus Williams, I mean Justin Simmons is my guy but I don't sure first of all he's going to he's going to make money and second of all he's probably not going to leave the Broncos, but I think there's four or five guys right now. 24 to 27 years old high high level free safeties that are probably gonna hit the market and that's that's without. You know, some of these other guys have the market inevitably because of Captain D's because the Caps going down but I'm not Corner would be second for me. I just think if there's one position to splurge and it's free safety cuz I like Trevon Diggs. I liked the Cowboys going heavy draft capital a first round pick in the corner position. So I think you can invest in in corner line back or defensive line offensive line in in the draft one position. I'm prioritizing it for you to be fifty. But I also like I wouldn't be mad if it was Corner either. Yeah.
FDA panel unanimously recommends third Covid vaccine as J&J wins key vote in path to emergency use
"Has approved Ava Green lit. Johnson and Johnson Johnson Johnson vaccine and so they have a formal process that they need to go through which they believe could be done as soon as tomorrow, So that would officially make it approved. And then they can start vaccinating people. They're hoping as soon as this weekend, so potentially Sunday with the John Johnson and Johnson vaccine Hard, very good, and the
Report: J.J. Watt ‘seriously considering’ signing with the Browns
"The browns on the first teams to show interest in signing defensive end. Jj watt after. He was released by the texans on friday and it appears that the interest is mutual. Cleveland dot com reports that. What is seriously considering making his way to cleveland. To play for the browns due to the cap space they have available and a roster he thinks can potentially compete for the super bowl. Now we all know it's been a while since any big name free agent shows to sign with the browns. Do you think that. Jj watt is actually a realistic option for them. So i've left or swipe right. I think it's very realis- either. You put them next two miles. Gary that i mean yeah. That's really smart right here. Yeah that'd be a great acquisition. I immediately went to the rams as a possibility the idea of teaming two guys who are three time defensive players of the year would be an unbelievable option. Here's the issue. They probably do have room to work it out but it might be a question of. Jj watt or john johnson and leonard floyd in that scenario and that world do you go. Jj watt or do you go the other guys. I would go the other two guys but it's close really close. So does cleveland one. Sign what i said. Who don't want to sign what they're what i
"john johnson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Toward the sideline. Did Sean McVeigh throw a challenge flag? Can't imagine they would have told him a challenge. There's the replays show it pretty clearly bounce yet. Charging. Action challenging the ruling on the field of an incomplete pass. Oh, my goodness. Now. Was it a couple of weeks ago? Where? Bill Bella check. It was the game in Buffalo challenged the call. And it was very obvious that they were not gonna win. The challenge he faced had a shot of him on the phone upstairs, just reading whoever it was, they told him to challenge it. I don't know who told Sean McDonough challenges, but this looks very clear that the ball hit the ground and bounced up into the hands of John Johnson. It's very clearly even see the car or whatever that black stuff is. Coming off the turf. But you know what? I would have a guy tell me upstairs if the challenge it or not, And I think I went down is the worst percentage wise winning challenges of any coach that ever but side get angry with him. I would yell at him, but he was trying real hard, too. But I just didn't understand some of this stuff. Those ground up rubber pellets. They used this right, You saw it. It's like, Yeah, Yeah, This should be a pretty quick review. And it is John Husi is already on his way back out. And neither team is taking a punt team off the fields. You do not want to lose a time out that way, though, go on the field stands. It's an incomplete pass. Los Angeles will be charged a time out, and that is the first challenge. They have one left. Well, I don't think especially in a game like this. That just doesn't feel like it come down to a final possession. That's a time out. You may need in the fourth quarter. Absolutely. There's very, very valuable. And I could see it if it was questionable, But that one was pretty clear. Here's the snap to Michael Dixon Dixon with an end over end punt. Webster moving all the way was right. He's got into the 17 yard lot of the far side back across the 20 over the 25 yard line. He is hitting dropped there. Now there's a penalty flag down as well was thrown by the official here. All the near side. 54.
France Announces Plan To Aid Domestic Abuse Victims During Coronavirus Crisis
"France's equality minister has launched an abuse hotline for the perpetrators of domestic violence to seek help as families struggle under lockdown John Johnson ripples across France as elsewhere knockdown measures imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus have confined families together Hewland has warned that such restrictions on movement contract women with a piece of pollens with recent weeks in a horrifying global surge in domestic violence today France's equality minister Marlene Chapa launched a new abuse hotline aimed at perpetrators of domestic abuse people on the verge of committing domestic violence way to doing so being edged to cool
Jalen Ramsey's troubled Jaguars tenure ends with blockbuster trade to Rams
"Terms of Jalen Ramsey will talk about this he finally got what he wanted the end result the disgruntled corner headed to the Los Angeles Rams the Jaguars finally relented and Ramsey to the west coast for first round draft picks two of the one in twenty twenty one in two thousand twenty one also a fourth rounder in the two thousand twenty one draft here's a statement for Jaguars executive VP. Tom Coughlin given the situation with Jalen we made this decision based on what we thought is in the best interest of the Jacksonville Jaguars for this season and well into the future we feel the trade that we struck with the rams gives us great value for the next two drafts and remain confident that our team today will compete this season for a division title Jalen Wasser Productive Flair but the time came to move on and we wish him and his family the best in Los A- Angela here's head coach Doug marrone obviously I had a good relationship with him and we were working together to get them healthy on the field and that that's what my focus was so he can get on the field and help us you know win football games and now you know how concentrating on on the players gotta here and and getting our guys focused on on on Cincinnati I think in his league nothing ever really surprises me anymore you know especially from the business side of things I found out like everybody else did last night you know lately point Dave came in and told me Rams reporter Lindsey theory joins us from L. A. and Lindsey listen there's been a lot of coming and going and all Ryder roster changes what's the general reaction to all of the news from the rams this week Wendy for a team that's three and three and in the mid of a three game losing streak certainly renewed buzz and energy at the team facility this morning now I am told the Jalen Ramsey is in route to Los Angeles and he's expected here later this afternoon or the rams do expect that he will pass his physical and I am told that he could be on the field for them as soon as Sunday against the Falcons now this would be viewed as a move where the rams are going all in once again to try to make a repeat super bowl run but I am told the Rams really believe that this is a move for their long-term future keep to leave and Marcus Peters or playing the season on expiring contracts Ramsey has another season left and the rams do intend to sign him to a long term engine now as you mentioned he's not the only new face here at the facility today Kenny Young Austin Corbett also were here they have passed their physicals though remains to be seen if they will be at practice later this afternoon and one more note Wendy Safety John Johnson is headed to injured reserve because of shoulder injury. Lindsey thank you it was a rare blockbuster trade a few weeks now before the trading deadline Ramsey joined a small handful of veteran players traded for multiple first round picks in the last third two years or so Khalil Mack and Jay Cutler garnered big offers from the bears the dolphins move two first rounders for Ricky Williams and it too big halls to get Herschel Walker an Eric Dickerson listen we can go back to the jags but since June Ramsey is moving onto the rams let's start with what he means for the La Rams Right now we'll Wade Phillips now gets a play defense the way he wants to Wakefield's really wants to play in your face on the line of scrimmage with the defensive line pressure and then in your face on the live with men cover corners. He hasn't been able to do that to be honest with you with Marcus Peters Marcus Peters is not not played good man to man coverage needs a better zone corner so now wade having Jalen gets the opportunity to get back to Colin defense the way he wants to do it I'll be really interested to see if they use Jalen the way we want I bill belichick thrill reverse where you put him on the team's best number two receiver and then everybody else gets to get double teams opposing for the opposing offense but it makes their defense significantly best Champ Bailey the dion sanders I mean the great quarters you can do that lock him up and then roll the other side I think you'll see that the other thing that was curious for me was that Tom Coughlin mentioned that Jaguars were better this year and going forward I think maybe either that was miss written or because they're not speak they're not better by getting a great player out of there so I miss quotes tim so expe- Joe Joe Listen you were you were spot on Jalen Ramsey never changed his stance which is what you asserted from the get-go and I would assume just finally came to a point where it just made no sense to have him on a roster when he wasn't going to win this transaction happened yesterday the first thing came to my mind is how often the people I was always talking to that this was going to work out for Jalen Ramsey like there was no fretting I didn't hear any fear and now that this is resolved itself in the way that it has it kind of plays into the tone that I've been hearing all along now I was talking to a source obviously familiar with Jalen Ramsey. They said that he's excited considering this a fresh start to be with the rams I think one of the questions that I had in talking to ram source last night was why not hold onto Marcus Peters to have opposite Jalen Ramsey in terms of making this movie now one thing that the ram source said to me is that it looked like it was clear that less need did not want to pay marcus. Peters beyond this year he's eligible unrestrained the free agency next year and it was better just to rip off quote unquote the band-aid now so then it becomes well who is opposite Jalen Ramsey for this game against the Atlanta Falcons they mentioned that two thousand seventeen when cal Roby Coleman I came to the teen that he did fill in for a keep to Leon outside first and second down and then on Nichols would have him excuse me on third down having a nickel or sometimes have troy hill on the outside and then have an RC in the middle so expect something like that or combination of that against the Falcons either way Julio Jones saw the rams problems in the short turn no because the opposite of the ball is atrocious right now and that's been there issue as far as being a front now what I will say is it does play into them getting better though like we can focus on golfing what this offense has been doing but with the guy like Jalen Ramsey not only does he hell Aaron Donald give him a maybe a half a second more to get to the quarterback he also may be able to steal a possession to for you and this ninety four was out there so air down gets another piece on the back end that can help him hold off quarterbacks for a second for him to get there and that's that's really all I can think about so maybe you
Abortion rate drops to lowest level since Roe v. Wade
"Says abortion has dropped in the United States to the lowest level since it became legal nationwide in nineteen seventy three John Johnson has those numbers Michael the Guttmacher institute a group that supports abortion rights as they were about eight hundred sixty two thousand abortions in the U. S. in twenty seventeen that's down seven percent from their last report in twenty fourteen the institute says one reason is that fewer women are getting pregnant noting that the birth rate as well as the abortion rate declined in the years covered by its
Bear euthanized in Jefferson County had human DNA on claws, testing confirms
"A bear euthanized in Colorado after an attack inside a couple's home was apparently the right bear it was a fight for their lives when a bear entered the Jefferson County Colorado home of John Johnson and his wife June I were were sport if you will Johnson and that mama bear font here's claw marks all over his body his wife hit the bear with a baseball bat finally it took off a bear found nearby was put down now DNA tests confirm wildlife officers got the right bear human DNA was found under its claws according to Colorado parks and wildlife there they say you had a lot of trash in its
John Johnson And Four Years discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Fewer people are happy with the impact of big tech John Johnson tells war four years ago the overwhelming majority of Americans more than seventeen ten thought tech companies were having a positive impact on the country but that number has since plummeted a pew research survey says negative views of tech firms have more than doubled and only about half think of the technology sector now as a positive influence that's roughly equal to American views of other institutions including banks universities the news media and religious
Britain, Boris Johnson And Theresa discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"I've been reviewing this morning the new the paper's headlines that have come out in Great Britain after Boris Johnson took over and wiped out everybody interfaces made cabinet yesterday the Theresa may was the prime minister when yesterday don Boris Johnson became the prime minister mid morning and by the evening around him way the bodies the political bodies of all those who did not support a more supported him with last may appropriate amount of enthusiasm the headlines from the guardian ruthless Johnson takes his revenge from The Daily Telegraph quoted Johnson the people about against Britain they're gonna lose their shirts the times of John Johnson the times of London Boris Johnsons afternoon of cabinet carnage the Financial Times Johnson picks hard core cabinet to meet ninety nine day break that deadline the Daily Express Boris waves in a new era the Daily Mail all go on all guns blazing the sun night of the blind knives I like that when the best when it was done it's the most conservative British cabinets in stature the wonderful day it's going to do thank you this so young energetic very very smart full of diversity side JGB aid is the Pakistani Englishmen whose now number two pretty but tell is the Indian and UK the bridge of Indian descent who is now at the home secretary it's a wildly wonderful cabinet Michael go the most and president elect has put in charge of no brexit perhaps he'd been made the cabinet secretary from a strange titled another minister for the duchy of this or that but it means minister without portfolio and and Boris pushed all the get ready for now are hard no exit deal I know no record deal and that's all right more on that as it comes up up people and all go in the right direction Great Britain go Boris
Chinese Lunar Exploration Program
"China national space administration launched Chung three it was the first probe to actually land on the moon in nearly forty years Joan Johnson free studies China's space program at the US Naval War College she says right from the start the Chinese have sought to explore space differently than the US did during Apollo they saw that we had an attitude of landing on the moon and sadly kind of looking around and saying been there done that got the belt buckle and we went home so they decided that they were going to develop their lunar program in a very different way the Chinese have a step by step approach each step is ambitious but not too expensive and not too hard here's why I ran the chief designer China's lunar exploration program speaking earlier this year on state television unlike the space competition during the sixties and seventies the funding and manpower investment of China space exploration has been relational restrained and scientific Wu was speaking at the landing of China's latest probe Chung move for it touched down on the far side of the moon the first time any nation has landed there Bob Weber is a scientist at the university of Kiel in Germany who built a radiation detector for Chunga for he says the speed at which the Chinese work is astonishing European missions are extremely slow Americans are about twice as fast and the Chinese are another factor of two to five faster than the Americans from the moment he got funding to the moment his experiment launched was just over a year which is nothing for space mission it's just incredibly intense China isn't the only one with eyes on the moon India launched its first lunar orbiter Chandrayaan one in two thousand eight you can see the vacant sorting instead of high into the sky majestic in its second mission which includes of lunar lander is set to launch next week Sri rom beer of ours to is a researcher at the lunar and planetary institute in Houston Texas he says the launch of Chandrayaan one turbocharged Indian science they include the item was super high just ignite cared park in the Indian reset as I look back on them I started my A. B. H. B. right up come round one was launched is India's research community gets going he says the nation wants to go to other destinations to lying on the floor exploration and also for the Mars in the coming years John Johnson freeze of the Naval War College says just like during the Cold War a lot of this new enthusiasm for space is very much grounded in earthly politics India and China are competing for geo political points in Asia and they hope their space programs will make them look strong spaces always signified technological advancement so both India and China are very anxious to show others in the region that they are the country that they should want to work with it's no coincidence that this new moon race is happening in a period of heightened global nationalism agrees Emily locked Waller of the planetary society every country is going to be saying look at the great things that we can do in space it's kind of like performance at the Olympics you know where it's it's gonna be your drum but in a positive way in she says it's been decades since anyone has visited the lunar surface there's still a lot more for humans
VW Beetle goes extinct as last one rolls off assembly line
"King of cars both wagon is just hours away from assembling the very last beetle here's correspondent John Johnson three generations of the iconic beetle designed it been on the road for some seven decades and now the bug is about to be replaced by a new compact S. U. V. designed specifically for the north American market B. W. isn't saying much about that design only saying it will mark the end of the line for the classic beetle with the ceremony at its last assembly line in Puebla Mexico VW announced last September it would manufacture a final addition beetle series with base prices of just over twenty three thousand for a coop and twenty seven thousand and change for convertible I'm Jim
Democratic Republic, Congo And Heidi discussed on Science Friday
"The second largest Ebola outbreak has killed over one thousand people in Africa sweeping through the north kiva region in the northeastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the last outbreak in west Africa, the question was could enough vaccine be produced for this outbreak. The good news is over a hundred thousand people have been vaccinated in the area. The bad news this outbreak comes amidst a background of political unrest in the area and the violence is spilling over into clinics responding to the outbreak. There have been a hundred and thirty one attacks on clinics. Heidi contain an outbreak in a war zone. That's we're gonna be talking about. Let me introduce my guests. John Johnson is the emergency coordinator for Doctors Without Borders based in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo. He joy. Us from the field. Welcome to science Friday. Thank
Rian Johnson Explains Why He Deleted 20,000 Tweets After James Gunn Firing
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Had the the epic. At. Bat against. Mookie Betts, ended up with a grand slam that thirteen pitch thing, PawSox at home. Tonight seven oh five Start NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven. FM. St., McDonnell The. Yankees did acquire j a happ from Toronto comes picked up Cole hamels lefty from, the Texas Rangers really stink in the join out this, year but, the cubs think he's got something in the tank I guess and a bunch. Of low level prospects sent off to, the cubs for lefty Cole hamels. A Star Wars film maker deletes thousands of tweets after. Director James Gunn got, can't his FOX's, Kristin Goodwin Star Wars the last Jedi director. Ryan Johnson deletes twenty thousand tweets in the wake of director James guns firing from the guardians of. The galaxy, franchise responding to a tweet about his. Purged posts Johnson, claimed there was no. Official directive at all calling it a why not, move adding he doesn't think he's ever tweeted anything that. Bad but trolls scrutinizing it for ammunition is the new normal. Disney recently fired gun from guardians, of the galaxy volume, three after a series of. Past tweets resurfaced referencing insensitive jokes including about pedophilia and rape John Johnson, is also a member of the Disney family. Through Lucas film and developing a film at trilogy in, the Star Wars universe I'm Kristin Goodwin. Fox News six twenty seven a new set of Kennedy centers honorees. Has just been announced this year's class includes share REBA mcentire composer Philip glass and, jazz great Wayne shorter in addition a special awards going, to go, to the musical Hamilton the first time in the centers forty-one career history that. An honor is being given not to an individual but to a work. Of art the Kennedy center's honors will take place on. December the second in, on CBS in, December the twenty six and wireless customary for. 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Attorney, Garland County and Prosecutor discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The daily policy issues came along she was always a presence and if you've got an a debate with her you should know at the beginning that she's going to win it barbara bush died last night at age ninety two or funeral will be saturday in houston former starbucks ceo howard schultz says he's a shamed and embarrassed by the arrest of two black men at a philadelphia starbucks starbucks on the word of the quite store employees shield says the reason the call was clearly because the men were black wall street the dow's up a fraction as dak up twenty i'm richard johnson i'm chris ingram with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine k a r n the man accused of shooting a two year old to death has been offered a plea deal twenty two year old sean brushing is charged with capital murder and committing terroristic act according to arkansas online chief deputy prosecutor john johnson is not disclosed the terms or conditions about the plea buddy says the deal will expire at the end of the day next monday russians accused of killing romeo read in november of twenty sixteen eighteen year old larry jackson's also charged in that death a drug warrant roundup and the hot springs areas led the twenty five arrests according to arkansas online tuesday afternoon the garland county sheriff's office briefed the media on the monday operation in which multiple law enforcement agencies participated the eighteenth judicial district east drug task force under the direction of prosecuting attorney michelle lawrence coordinated the event with numerous police agency's items recovered during the.