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"john joyce" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"john joyce" Discussed on The Game of Nerds Podcast
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"john joyce" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"Consult the lawyers who I'm trying to run down. The were the Lords we do. We do appreciate artists getting paid for their work when their work is being used in other and other voices. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. One of the one of my favorite. Radio Producers. would essentially. Over his he he he was his name was His name was Don Joyce and Don Joyce worked at KPFA. Making radio for for. And Essentially Don Joyce would. Some days his work on the radio late night radio was very surreal and very. chaotic but a lot of his episodes which are available on Archive Dot Org. Now, they're being archived by his former. Collaborators and Co workers with the band negative land. A lot of the work is essentially A. Like pirate documentaries John Joyce. One of my favorite episodes that I recently listened to of Don Joyce is. His on his four hour chaotic soundscape of Radio, program that's very surreal and very innovative. He's also. Making, new connections about the work and the music. Brian Eno, in a way that is you know this now is. This particular episode of his Radio Program is one of my favorite. Brian Eno sound documentaries but if Don Joyce. Needed to. Make CD and released this Bryant Ito Documentary It would be impossible that you know the rights to the music would would stop the project and that's That's at that has come up on radio survivor more than twice. We've also talked a lot of archivists. A who, who, who are doing very important work to preserve the sounds. Of Radio Interviews, very important work of preserving sounds of records a, but it then becomes very complicated. To allow people to access those sounds. Yeah. People say to me when I talk about my book, they say, Oh. Are you going to have a CD or two enclosed with the book I say well, if I did. The the composers and artists on the CDs, we got all the royalties. it wouldn't be possible. So. It's a whole different. World of rights but I'm happy that you're podcast exists. Let's put it that way home I just went back and re listen to it in the last for the last few weeks I've been listening every morning, my wife and I got a cup of coffee and listened to one of them. And I've I've been I've been. You know some of them I. Think. Could have done that better but a lot of them I think, Oh, that's very nice which instead of doing it which one would you recommend listeners start with I mean a obviously. A is start with. I can't remember what they are. Let's see.
"john joyce" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"You have some dollars back and we had a few that did that just cannot afford to do that. So those those are the ways that we made way road brands all over the place and You know from the I a women's salon nation and in this area we get 5 to $10 way look for different ways that we could fund this and make this working and lovelier way hopefully can see the clearing a little bit. My final question is for Mr Remember, we've talked in this committee at length about bridging the digital divide for rural communities were committed to working for that. In your written testimony, you mention that each community has individual challenges with his task. From a federal level. We understand the federal government needs to support these efforts without imposing a one size fits all approach. You agree from your stance from your perch that a one size fits all will not be successful as we continue to bridge that digital divide. Yes, I think we find that rural communities each have specific assets, a specific challenges that have to be addressed in unique ways to be successful in doing this, especially when we're talking about building entrepreneurship, ecosystems that are really focused on buildings, a level cos you know, I think that In our experience, you know programs. That sort of match resource is with local capacity building that allow the solutions to be bill from the community level up and then are matched with resources that can come in to really build the capacity of the community to advance advance. A strategy is really where we think. Success can be achieved because you know in rural communities in particular capacity is always going to be a significant constraint. And so to the extent that programs can actually build local capacity based on strategies and ideas are developed by local leaders. I think that the federal government could play a really important role and doing that, so in that sense, you know Having one solution to every community develops isn't necessarily the best if it's not building that global capacity leadership strategy that can bring local resources together to really advance a vision and again, we salute your commitment to the rural communities. Thank you, Chairwoman and I yield the remainder of my time round of questions on the record member John Joyce Joyce and that gentleman yields back and now I'd like to represent recognized. Internal lady from Minnesota. Congresswoman Craig for five minutes. We'll thank you so much, Madam chairwoman, And before I get into my questions about Kobe 19 and economic recovery, I want to recognize you specifically for all of your tremendous work on behalf of your constituents. Aziz. You recover from the August 2 Red show, So thank you. Thank you for everything you've been doing up and following you and I just wanted to recognize your work. Getting back to our panellists. I just want to say thank you for all of you for being with us today to talk about these top and save some of the same topics that have greatly impacted my constituents. Andi want to first turn to Mr Remember for my question. And tie it back to the work of an organization called Redwing Ignite a nonprofit that I'm proud to have in my district..
"john joyce" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"U. S representative John Joyce introduced legislation that would award our nation's highest military honor to a World War to hero from Pennsylvania. The resolution would authorize President Trump to award the Medal of Honor to Lieutenant Eric Fisher would junior who died during the battle of the Bulge. After becoming separated from his unit would gathered a group of allies and let a guerrilla campaign that is credited with killing over 200 Nazi soldiers. When he was found dead in the forest in Belgium In January 1945. He was surrounded by the bodies of seven dead Nazis. It's believed he killed all of them before dying himself. Joyce said quote Lieutenant Eric Fisher would junior was an American hero, and it is my privilege to recognize his extraordinary service and sacrifice for our nation. His gallant actions undoubtedly saved American lives and aided the war effort. On the Western front Lieutenant would gave his last full measure of devotion to defend our liberty and American values. By awarding Lieutenant would the Medal of Honor. We can ensure that this outstanding Pennsylvanian is remembered and honored for years to come, end quote. Joyce clearly is a hero and perhaps a role model. Should the Nazis president Lady riots in our nation's keep it up, And if the police are eliminated, we the people may have to organize to fight the Nazis, as he did. Russia's military has warned that it will perceive any ballistic missile launched at its territory as a nuclear attack that warrants a nuclear retaliation. The harsh warning in the official newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda, or Red Star was directed at the U. S, which has worked to develop long range none nuclear weapons. The article follows the publication in June of Russia's nuclear deterrent policy that envisions the use of atomic weapons in response to what could be a conventional strike targeting the nation's critical government and military infrastructure. In the article. Senior officers of the Russian military is general staff noted that there will be no way to determine if an incoming ballistic missile is fitted with a nuclear or a conventional warhead so the military will see it as a nuclear attack. The argument reflects Russia's longtime concerns about the development of weapons that could give Washington the capability to knock out key military assets and government facilities without resorting to atomic weapons. This sounds totally logical to me. How could they do often Incoming missile had a nuclear warhead or not, And why would they believe whoever launched it at them? If two senators get their way. Washington D C will make way for another monument this time to honor Medal of Honor recipients, according to bipartisan legislation introduced on August 5th The National Medal of Honor Monument Act, introduced by Senators John Cornyn, Republican of Texas, and Tim Kaine, Democrat from Virginia, would authorize the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation to build a monument in recognition of the Over 3500 recipients represent its values and performed acts of extraordinary valor in combat. In a statement, Senator Kane said, quote the United States is forever indebted to our courageous women and men in uniform. Thanks to their service, our nation has overcome monumental challenges. Establishing a national Medal of Honor Monument will help allow all Americans to reflect on the sacrifices service members have made in defense of our freedom and quote. Federal funds will not be used to pay for the monument. According to the legislation, the foundation said it will be responsible for raising funds from private and public donations. Holly Jackson, a spokesperson for the museum, said quote the location and design of the D C monument are undetermined since the legislation that was just introduced on Ly authorizes the National Medal of Honor Museum to begin planning We hope it will be a place to be inspired by the valor and values of the Medal of Honor. We also see it as a location for further medal of Honor Day activities and potentially for Medal of Honor ceremonies, End quote. Another project under the management of the Foundation, A National Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, Texas, is scheduled to open to the public in 2024 with permanent interactive experiences, rotating exhibits and an education center, according to the foundation. This is quite possibly the best legislation introduced all year. And that's the news. Is this Colonel Denny Dylan coming out on front lines of freedom all share comments by the colonel and we'll enjoy some warrant wisdom. Then we'll talk with director of Conrad Washington from the.
Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?
"The commercial aerospace supply chain is writing. The sudden collapse, the spring passenger air travel after the outbreak of the latest novel Corona Virus and it's cove in Nineteen, disease has upended fortunes in the airliner manufacturing industry. That matters because commercial aerospace is responsible for about three quarters of the whole aerospace and defense sectors business activity. Cash is king right now throughout the supply chain and companies are struggling to have enough liquidity, according to what several advisors and analysts tell aviation week. while. Liquidity is more of a function of the wider economic downturn inside aerospace. There are even bigger challenges. Where production rates were once being pushed higher now a Williams are slashing them cascading pressure down the supply chain. At the L. A. M. in the top tier level. It has probably never been more important to have insight into your supply chain. Joining me to talk about that need, and what to do about it are John Schmidt? The Global Andy Lead at Accenture and Joyce Klein. Accenture leader in applied intelligence in the North American amd practice John Joyce. Welcome back. Thanks might go good to be back so John let me start with you. It seems obvious that OEM's and tier ones want insight into their suppliers. But while that was always true, I used to be about making sure that there were no bottlenecks that slowed or stop record high production now things chain what of new conditions that demand and customers pay better attention to their supply chain. Might go and in many ways the aerospace industry you know has a clear split between the companies that are working in the Corso world, and does indefens- you in the commercial. As you say, you know the concern used to be, we have a supply constrained world with very predictable demand, right always pushing for more trying take need those increased rates pushed by Boeing and. and Airbus and in the current world that's changed dramatically to being more of a supply volatile with unpredictable demand in the defense and space side of things you know things have largely remained in a predictable demand with an increased supply chain volatility, so by just keep looking at those things, predictability and the the constraint or volatility the spy chain. That's where the primary differences. And Commercial. We know that demand is going to be directly related to the bounce back of commercial air travel and the relative rates airlines choose to bring back stored aircraft versus take more efficient models on order from the OEM's causing more volatility in and demand, variability and defense. It's a bit different again. Demand Israel remained and the supply chains been impacted by Kobe in some cases they're tier one two or three companies, who source both commercial and defense or trying to generate cash to cover expenses and other cases, local Cobra outbreaks, and our common actions are impacting the spires ability to deliver on schedule, known both cases, aerospace and defense companies need. To deal with all totally like never before whether commercial or defense. So Joyce. Last time John and I talked here on Chuck six with. He kind of gave me the peak and do some new technology you all were working on. It's a new capability to peer into the supply chain including using an algorithm approach that allows more predictive insight, potentially even the ability to hotspot. What factories might be in trouble in the future? Can you tell us a little bit about what accenture is working on? And how does this work? Yes, absolutely Michael Accenture? We've been working with our clients in the supply chain area for many years using analytics and machine learning. In fact, if you go back to last year's pariser show in our accenture shall a. we had a digital showcase. Demo that focused on intelligence supply chain, and what this demo is a together machine, learning and artificial intelligence, and we used I at supply chain Europe e data to really understand delivery delays identify missing parts. We also looked at the opportunity for Automation Muller. Doing now is we're bringing together? All Lot of data sets and we're using artificial intelligence to help companies deal with the increase in volatility manage. Manage uncertainty and really get at supplier resiliency. That's really the core of what our solution is all about now so for North, America a and D client what we've done is we've taken and artificial intelligence engine that uses the supplier Jadot and what we're trying to do. We're actually working to predict the number of days late or a particular part, and we're doing that by bringing together a supplier. Number roaches order number eleven worry day in quantity, combination you all that information, Heather actually identify the number of as laid the opulent part is going to be and so by knowing the number of days way them. What were able to do is fight and determine. Do I have enough inventory? As coverage or that? Particular part is ultimately if I Joan I need to make additional decisions around production, and so what? We've been able to do with our solution. Experience up to ten percent improvement apart availability production. And we're also able to change the role of the delivery service analyst. Previous lanes individuals really operating. All here. Allergy by getting parts then wall really. 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"john joyce" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"In this time slot five oh five eastern we're very privileged to begin the hour by speaking to a member of Congress is also a medical doctor in senator bill Cassidy from Louisiana we are privileged again to do the same today congressman John Joyce who represents the thirteenth congressional district in Pennsylvania is a doctor of medicine he's also as you've gathered a member of the house of representatives he got his degree at Temple and completed his medical residency at Johns Hopkins congressman Dr it is good to have you thanks for joining us tonight it's important time to be with you today thank you for having me on so let's just start with the big picture I am just very interested starting with your doctor half on as you were looking at this pandemic what are the most important things at this time that you think your patience should now so setting aside your role as a congressman if you were just a doctor in private practice and you had people calling you up with concerns what are the most crucial pieces of information that you would pass along and disseminate right now god that's a great question I think that the corona virus is the biggest medical challenge in my career I've practiced medicine for over twenty five years and this challenge is not only for patients but just for healthcare systems and now I take that back and I wear it in Congress and understand that there are aggressive issues that we're able to put together with public health officials and the government but my patience and that's in you want me to arrest that person I think that's really important my patients are now my constituents fish and instead of taking care of thirty or thirty two patients a day I'm responsible for seven hundred thousand constituents and I look at this issue the serious illness I don't think there's a more important time for a doctor to be in Congress we need to take this risk seriously we need to be responsible for the implement social distancing we know that creates a lot of inconvenience he hurt people's lives like di social distancing can save lives washing hands and save lives we as physicians have to impart upon our patients how important that is and we have to follow the CD key in our state and local authorities president trump has said this repeatedly it is critical for all of us now work together to slow the spread of this incredibly highly contagious RNA virus we have to protect those who are most vulnerable and this is a curious buyers for the most part it has affected the elderly and people who are in you know compromised someone who is being treated for cancer someone who had underlying lung or heart disease or someone who's elderly the other viruses that we know because a lot of gas during this time of year with the influenza virus influenza not only affected the mention group of elderly and immuno compromised influence affects children and so far although there are two confirmed cases of the corona virus affecting children in Pennsylvania both of those children were being treated at home and in Poland that is I had a very difficult buyers to treat but we do have medicines to treat influenza we have prescription medicines we don't have those medicines right now for the corona virus and with the guidance of president trump and the development of public private partnerships we're on a fast track to create vaccines and decorate medicines so it's easy for me to put on my doctor had never taken it off quite honestly but it's easy for me to be able to talk to people and say remember what your mom taught you when you were a kid wash your hands and when you I need help I need on someone else don't need and risk infecting the people around you virus is going to have the greatest health impact on my medical career and I think it's going to have the most major impact at any one any one simple thing that we've seen in our life and going forward we have to band together as Americans we have to use our ingenuity we have to use great resources and finances and we have to be able to work together to fight that okay so let me drill down a little bit here because you were of course repeating correct information that we want to keep underscoring and there've been some studies coming out of Italy in particular that show and confirmed yes the overwhelming majority of people who have died from corona virus which is still a relatively small number compared to those who are infected those people have exciting close they are almost all elder leave many cases over the age of eighty and also otherwise sick immuno compromised is the word do you use a ninety nine percent in fact is one study that I just saw today out of Italy ninety nine percent of those deaths were a combination of people who are old or already facing another significant health challenge so that the concerned their doctor because that's good news for most people right that the vast majority of people don't fit in that category so they say okay sigh of relief but that can breed complacency especially among younger people I've been watching these news reports of young people out on beaches and in bars down on spring break in Florida which seems like a very bad place for them to be considering the elderly population down in that state a lot of younger people not necessarily taking this seriously in fact some older people not taking it seriously until very very recently what is your specific message to younger or healthier people why they're rolling this is still so important it's a great question because you could become the vector that eighty percent of people get the corona virus and maybe have a bit of a cold a cough not a big deal fifteen percent develop a pretty significant flu like illness with fevers and chills and aches the five percent five percent develop the very highly detrimental viral pneumonia and that that the group so what's the message that you don't want to become the vector to introduce that to a family member who might be currently on chemotherapy for lung cancer you don't want to be the factor you don't want to be the person that introduces that to our parents and grandparents you have to take those precautions now the time to maintain the social distancing and I know it's repetitive use is actually let me just jump in because we know that the and there is also a study that was discussed earlier on fox news channel and this is also intuitive the vast majority of coronavirus cases in the United States are undiagnosed and undetected at this time so people can be again using your terminology on wittingly they can be vectors that can pass this on indirectly to other people who then have you know this sort of expanding a fact they then go out and interact with other people that's how it can spread to folks who are at risk and I feel like it's important just to underscore that and emphasize that over and over again I saw one piece of guidance from a doctor on social media who said it this isn't perfect this is not an exact analogy that fits ideally bot the way you should be operating just average people in public pretend as if you yourself have the flu how would you interact with other human beings how would you treat others if you have the flu do you think that that's roughly good advice I give and I I tell constituents I tell patients I tell friends act like everyone around you has this disease ask like act like the person sitting five rows in front of you has coded ninety make the assumption that you have to protect yourself make the assumption that you have to distance yourself and you have to wash your hands for at least twenty seconds with hot soapy water make that the most off the spread you've seen the grass guy you understand if we can dampen that peak if we can not saturate our medical systems but we will get through this this is a tough time but America can be strong in America can be smart and that being smart means protecting yourself and not spreading the virus if we do happen that Kirk adult taste what they faced in Italy a population of of their medical services we're going to come through that the president he brought in the ship to help us that the hospital ships to want to be on the east coast someone to be on the west coast he's understanding how important that we backed up the great medical services that we have the United States we can't saturate them we can't overwhelm but and that's what the citizens responsibilities command act like that person who you're standing in line close to act like that person is carrying the coded nineteen crap like that is a corona virus exposure for you be smart so even if you and I healthy that we go home and you know we don't show any manifestation of it we don't spread it hi my wife's mother is ninety years old my wife just last night took food from our house interpreter mother and put her on the back porch and said look this is what I'm gonna do I'm putting this food out here for you she usually visits her mother twice today despite this food is for you but I don't want to risk in any way pretending that virus it makes sense but yeah what about that credit for my patients it's not common sense it had to be protective sense you have to reach out and act like everyone around you has it do you want to protect yourself from getting it so congressman I want to ask you on the public service side of this there is a dispute and a discussion and negotiations under way about what a relief package could look like I know the house passed something and they've been correcting it a to the tune of dozens of pages of corrections ever since the Senate seems to be where the action currently is president still playing quite a little bit about exact numbers in exact structure sort of broad strokes what do you think the correct response ought to be from Washington to address what is basically I keep calling it the pause button being hit on the U. S. economy in a way that is massively disruptive and certainly in the modern era in our lifetimes completely unprecedented this isn't just in the stimulus or bail out this is the U. S. economy coming to a halt because of a pandemic what can be done to limit the harm of the hurt that damage to millions and millions and millions of American workers business owners etcetera at the beginning of March guy and again last week actually until early Saturday morning we need the house took action to support the American workers businesses and families who are affected what could be affected by the coronavirus last week's bill which as you mentioned is awaiting action in the Senate will provide targeted relief for American families and from what I hear the Senate is ready to pass that intended to the present and already Congress has provided the small business administration with resources to help the.
"john joyce" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"So this is all the stuff that's been called right from the NC double a a long you've got it in this is what's so unfortunate because these pro leagues can probably resume right it's tough for the NC double a logistically so they just had to cancel everything you've got no tournament which we all love frozen for the College World Series the wrestling championships swimming and diving men's women's and golf championships all the staff goes away for the rest of the year I thought Jeff borzello wrote a good explanation as to why they didn't postpone it jumpers already S. P. N. dot com wrote that they were exploring all the options but he wrote a growing number of universities around the country are closing for the foreseeable future due to the pandemic so the lack of a defined timetable to return to campus would put the NC double a in a bind it's hard to send an entire campus home for a month bring students back at the team's practice for a week or two and then hope to start up in NC double a tournament that's not even accounting for the ability to secure arenas writer travel and identify television programming windows for men's and women's basketball in particular it's a great idea in theory but not practice there simply a calendar issue too in men's and women's basketball in particular many players without remaining eligibility would be pursuing a professional options or attempting to start their post basketball right rear right exactly just wasn't doable now not doable at all and that's why was I don't Thomas or earlier said he would he had hold on mark few also had mentioned that he thought they should have just insert it actually here I've I've got it written down here somewhere mark few said he was extremely disappointed I think all of us felt we could postpone or even postpone intimate no you can't do it because most of these kids the even though they're not gonna have graduations probably they were moving on people that are like the six seven eight guys on the bench or whatever right and a basketball the they've got jobs probably light up yeah they have a routing jobs or sales jobs or what what do you do say okay I get take leave from my job and we don't think we've had a word for
"john joyce" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Chicago ravens they were part of the women's professional softball league my dad was the owner of the team really there are only thirteen women on the team you didn't need it and then John Joyce was one of the top softball pitchers women's softball pitchers in the world she actually struck out I want to see it was Ted Williams and she faced yeah because our server shorter distance right yesterday I thought that that difficult to do and all that stuff and yes I do it was a one or two seasons that he was the owner of the team out there okay and it was it was awesome and you know they they were had to recruit players from all the west Dallas Wisconsin has like great fastball fast pitching women's fast pitching and we had a leak out there I was just talking a buddy of mine he used to come to some of the games was over on ninety fifth and Roberts road is where they had their their facility and fast pitch softball to you they tried to make it work it did the seventies Altice's seventies mid seventies I was it was seventy three seventy three seventy four so great stuff so yeah yeah you know you learn a lot about me or that you'll learn everything you need everyone what are everything about you just imagine the stuff learn about your completed now I can't wait till next week I see all this the the shenanigans also plans last minute really yeah so this is all the stuff that's been called right from the NC double a a long you've got it in this is what's so unfortunate because these pro leagues can probably resume right it's tough for the NC double a logistically so they just had to cancel everything you've got no tournament which we all love frozen for the College World Series the wrestling championships swimming and diving men's women's and golf championships all the staff goes away for the rest of the year I thought Jeff borzello wrote a good explanation as to why they didn't postpone it jumpers already S. P. N. dot com wrote that they were exploring all the options but he wrote a growing number of universities around the country are closing for the foreseeable future due to the pandemic so the lack of a defined timetable to return to campus would put the NC double a in a bind it's hard to send an entire campus home for a month bring students back at the team's practice for a week or two and then hope to start up in NC double a tournament that's not even accounting for the ability to secure arenas writer travel and identify television programming windows for men's and women's basketball in particular it's a great idea in theory but not practice there simply a calendar issue too in men's and women's basketball in particular many players without remaining eligibility would be pursuing a professional options or attempting to start their post basketball right rear right exactly just wasn't doable now not doable at all and that's why was I don't Thomas or earlier said he would he had hold on mark few also had mentioned that he thought they should have just insert it actually here I've I've got it written down here somewhere mark few said he was extremely disappointed I think all of us felt we could postpone or even postpone intimate no you can't do it because most of these kids the even though they're not gonna have graduations probably they were moving on people that are like the six seven eight guys on the bench or whatever right and a basketball the they've got jobs probably light up yeah they have a routing jobs or sales jobs or what what do you do say okay I get take leave from my job and we don't think we've had a word for but is it potentially is it worth it I mean but just the logistics to keep you like he said the arenas all of that how would you do it we'll play with Tom Izzo told cap earlier today coming up next we also have to talk about the news that the bears are bringing back Danny Trevathan in Andy Katz will join us at the bottom of the hour Dave is in dekalb what's up they've got to go off points in it and if I make a you're going to tweet out that grip because I'm gonna have some time to work on it I yeah I did I put a visit if you look at my Twitter timeline there's a video from earlier in the week on there okay okay okay I will overlook the end is going to be kind of a late weekend I'm seeing the good kid as the US stone cold player of the week and I think you're going to be right about that day when we come back on Monday who the hell else could it be it's going to have to be a good kid yeah but he's not breaking a hundred of travel never know maybe is a good round Dave thanks buddy will be back in just a few minutes we'll play Tom Izzo said.
"john joyce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Assembly line he didn't set out to be a role model on Saturday Kevin Findlay just set out on the eighteen mile trek to work one of their fellow coworkers had been walking over two hours to work every day he walks six miles in the Texas heat to get back and forth to work twenty eight year old sonic employee walks miles until he sees those iconic red letters on lazy summer days John Joyce isn't usually our hero gets a new car every once in a while the bike sometimes what begins as a stop by police on the side of the road ends with a viral Facebook poster go fund me page usually the one who's walking is a young black man and occasionally the story will national attention as was the case this past summer with the aptly named Walter Kerr a Birmingham Alabama news outlets are recognizing the twenty year old after he walks from whole would too hello for work after his car broke down twenty miles to get there starting at midnight two days later his boss walked Walter over to a group of cars so this is my car I mean it's very admirable his work ethic and his determination to get to work that without question Angie Schmidt is a national reporter for streets blocking she's written that these tales may be heartwarming but they are also quote terrible because they miss key issues of transit planning and racial justice now this kid went to extreme lengths and a lot of bad things could have happened to me on the way a lot of streets on the outskirts of Birmingham probably aren't very safe for walking especially at night probably aren't very well lit probably don't have sidewalks me could have easily been killed there's also the opportunity for a racial profiling by police I mean we know that Walter car was stopped by cops in right away M. and then four AM right here he is trying to work and this twenty year old is facing risks from every side and if he wasn't able bodied for example if he wasn't at the height of his fitness it would have been impossible this is an option for everyone and it's not a good option for him either the first of the stories that grab your attention was that of James Robertson when James robbersons car broke down he couldn't afford another one so did the only thing you could do he started walking.
"john joyce" Discussed on KGO 810
"This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome my colleague and friend, the embassador from Azerbaijan to the United States have America Ellen remodel. I call on the mbassador where to discuss as John news. The news in the Caspian Sea, but before I am on my way within days to a place. I've never been which is Tashkent was Becca STAN, I've broadcast from oughta has extend many years ago. So this is my second trip to central Asia as John is in the caucuses and a great distinction is made between the Caucasus which has a rolling landscape of many different and extremely fertile ground to central Asia that has a mixture of mountains and deserts and roaring rivers and inland, seas Ellena, very good evening to you ought to Tashkent and the reason I. The reason I know to ask you is that these the states, the former Soviet state to the east of as aversion that are emerging from the same troubles that as John has successfully managed these last twenty five years since the end of the Soviet Union. I also know that who's Becca STAN recently has transformed itself with the new government looking to deregulate and de nationalize and open the borders and do business with the world in much the same way that as John is enjoyed prosperity, these many years. So I call upon you because you travel so widely central-asian because, you know, all of the players I call upon you to explain to me how where I'm going who's Becca STAN and how and how I should approach this transformation. What, what are the what are the issues that I should be looking for as people get used to the idea that they're welcome? Him for prosperity. Good evening to. Good evening, Joan. Thank you. Thank you food. Did you go to me? And I'm very pleased to hear that happened to going to. Good. Got they have enormously cultural background be the capital dust scant. Or, of course, the historic city of summer, he were you Nevada was the still continues to be home to very still saving Jewish population, which is very prominent in New York. Well, you leave some one of the polls and over the Muslim culture to sit to sit. City of of out of the gate. Small good to you, which you may know that I, I was my wife and myself to was Becky Stein specific honeymoon. So you won't be today, as you said, now that's wonderful news. So honeymoon place is that yet? The nation. Happy to hear that. The. It was biggest on and the nations of central Asia, but enormous goodwill within the most vote, this vote developed societies, they have culture which is open to depend ocean. And it's the society's. What's the most popular? Neighbor got this as well. So I'm sure that the effort to reach out to vote to open up those big society will be successful at it should be much welcome. This is the cell crowed that connects to as John, you're on the silk road. And I stood there at the port Abaco, and I learned from the news that was back. Stan has natural gas has does your neighbor Turkmenistan, and that they're now conversing with Turkmenistan and order to join in the pipelines that will flow to as Abidjan and from there, the southern gas corridor. So you've you you've created an opportunity for the thirty three million people of Pakistan, to enjoy the same prosperity that as John Joyce, thank you. The connection, which exists between the cultures of the Cocos specifically over agendas into you. And this look was big. Of course, the energy security is, is a quota stone. It's a backbone of general nationless acute. So the mock-up those energised view among the nations. Beneficial for the entire vision. Of course, to coast gasping task gasping conviction, which we have with, with central Asia. And as you said, it's a silk. In fact was biggest is one of the focal points over go. So you will see it for the own is the coach of the connection. Dissimilarity in many ways scout goes to other John and Phoenix, which exists between the two nations. I think this is very good. Understand your without foundation, and, yes, yes. That's a good initiative by. I'm silt and a big. We have. But this, this, the union is in scandal, osteo wasn't. I know they're big fans of your cell and big fans. They asked me to persuade you to come along and you're not able this year. I wish I wish I have some business to do in Washington. But, you know, I it's not difficult to get to the biggest. So the news is that I'm going to test can report to you, everything. I learned and I will pass on to them that boku is a little bit ahead of you and you can catch up that good lesson. All doing well, and I think we'll have to learn so much. But if, if our experience could be useful at helpful Vegas out because that will be very happy to show experience with do show expense. Neighbor's fence. And you know this experience in terms of Vetik of population is widely utilized in Afghanistan. Never neighbor was big gold, which is the service of connecting citizens to services by the government. So if it could take best back to film much either. That's good. And that's that's what is doing, connecting the professionals, and the most societies do. So what I like about it. Just introducing them to the best practices over the internet states, do that. Also, facilitate think within the I think that's extremely valuable. There is another similarity between his Becca status as a Sean, and it's unfortunate. But there it is. You're in a rough neighborhood because of our mania as Becca STAN a rough neighborhood, because they've had issues border issues about water with their neighbors. And I note, the tragic news of the death of major Aguilo Omar all I hope I said, his name, correct. Who was killed murdered on may, thirtieth Nagorno-Karabakh front line. This is a region that is under occupation by the Armenians for more than twenty five years. It was during an inspection. So the supervising body that administers, what you can of a frozen conflict like this was president. And the major was merged. I heard it reminds me that what I saw is an ongoing tragedy, that are mania will not speak to will not be will not be open about why this continues. It's very sad to learn about his death. Evan. Thank you. Thank you for being this up. Joint ended. The death of any service member of any citizen on both sides, budgets, Tajik did this of major amount of. Of course. Want to extend my sympathies, feminine and all? But it also comes at a specific time when the coaches they mediate us committed talking to our leadership about Advantis dispose of the sites to peace initiative was to kill a, a as Johnny officer with sniper five by the way, I always complaining now that they're talking about confidence building measures to prevent that, and that was used. No, this speaks of two things either. Neighbors. Unable to. To advance peace unable to control the situation or unwilling. That, that negates the that negates the term asus by by the brushing and it's sad. It's sad and it's. It is for the for the other side of the family of major. It's also million people for the dish. Because they need peace for future development. They need to open up this assignment to become a part of the regional success. And in order to do that. It's not to kill people. It's not doing gauge in type of your neighbors, especially. The moment when they discussed. So that was an abyss of occasion. It was a sad, but location, but I do hope. That they can handle it is location into themselves. Otherwise, otherwise, I under my speech and very dangerous way. Is there an investigation underway will there be more about this who ordered? The simple fact is that. But fired, right. Contact and killed another by Jenny officer. By the way. Specifically making steps to make sure that we that they thought wine is call the phone is not is not a where you have a constant. And that's that's, that's it's not just of one family. So just go. Oh. Over basically killing with officer that we cannot move towards peace, because I mean neighbors just you're just using into peace and calm conversation to engage into behavior. Worked ambassador Allen Suleyman off the embassador from Azerbaijan to the United States of America. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..
"john joyce" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Once per show, we love you, but we only want to hear from you once per show, it is take it back Thursday. I'd like to flash back to the earlier, part of the show to the guy who called to have me take back my. When he called the Tel set that they were going to be side effects of the medication that Seth took the try and help them through a dark time. Very dark time, you had depression, himself, and he said that my made him cry of the show. Sincerely, sorry, sir. And then he told me myself and I said, I still love you. And then he said, I'm going to kill remember that differently. That's weird because I have a pretty crystal clear memory of exactly how that went down. One part, part, the part where he said he cried and then you call them a little boy, little pussy bitch. Boy. I mean, if I had said that, that's what I would have said. But I didn't say that, I said, I can tell you hurting friend. Can we make things right with this guy? Yeah. I'd like to take back, what I said, if he takes back his suicide joke. That was a joke. Do you think he really killed himself, John? But you you beat them into submission at that point, you got a couple options. He threatened to kill yourself or you just hang up. Yeah. Threatening suicide should be never been option. Neither should suicide. A threatening suicide should not be an option. But also someone says they're depressed you know, and then they cried because they had a porn or action with you little bitch, boy, little pussy bitch dark. You know. Yeah, I went down to a darker place and you weren't even talking to me. Just say, then I'd like to take back and I'd like to take back all the insult. We need to make sure that kick, I really needs to make sure call during the break alive. I called him. I copied. It's a safe space. Yeah. Number I called on him to say what straight face terrible Hyun, be caller. Go ahead. Happy new year. Deletion. Thank you. Thanks, a lot to go ahead and. Table. Real quick. Emily. John, John, John Joyce, by the way, we got no winter on John's joints. Yeah. These days, according to the study that John, rendering, John joints day at four o'clock is that people don't sit down at the table anymore and have dinner, my son, and I if I am home and he is home. We will always sit down and eat a meal that I prepared because we don't get a lot of time together he puts his phone phone up. We actually talked to each other human. Play a little basket changes that you put your phone away while you eat. It can be more of a family. Back in the seventies. Chick. Put my phone at dirty chick basket. But, but if they detect any gay porn, or grinder on your phone, then they take your food away, and they kick you out of the restaurant that's true. Toy. So ordering. Yes. More in tune to the morality lives, and how their parents are teaching them because of that dynamic that we're at such a law for one. Okay. So sorry John Greenwood, you cheated cheater, pumpkin eater, had a baby. In the law took her from her. From her where you couldn't have because the law says stay home as long as so. Sorry about that. Are you on cocaine? Are you on Adderall? Like what did you do you cross up some like you are? But the longer keep her because when they went in. War because of the man men are more of a provider, than stay at home nurture. And that is what I'm trying to say mixed up to. Crack or like. Guys got excited because I'm a first time caller. So are you. Pretty excited. You bastard. You're paying. Chains. What I'm trying to say, is that men are more providers? You're saying heater teeter pumpkin, eat or had a baby, but couldn't stay home in nurseries because. Lines keeper based off that mandolin bass. Cheater earlier is that I support dinner at the at the dining room table, by the way, too. So don't, don't associate me with not. Regularly, and that team directly to the. Cheater. No, no, no. But you had a baby and you couldn't stay home with her because. Cheaper is what I'm saying because he had. Just so you know, I don't cheat pumpkin. So I, I don't know if you've got me mixed up with somebody. Regarding. Pumpkin. Beata sorry, this more.
"john joyce" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Yesterday. You'll hear what he had to say at that event. Coming up these stories and more headed your way after Fox News on ninety three WIBC WIBC HD one Indianapolis at six o'clock. Here's the Nielsen's out at homeland security. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News resigned hours after President Trump tweeted customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Mack Leinen, we'll take over as acting secretary Kevin Nakhalin and brings a lot to the table Republican John Joyce on the house homeland security committee. He's already stated that we're at a breaking point. He realizes the serious issues that are occurring at the southern border. He realizes that we are at a national crisis. Meanwhile, Democrats long critical of this century after the family separation fiasco, reacting vociferously speaker Pelosi issuing his statement, it is deeply alarming that the Trump administration official who put children in cages reportedly resigning because she's not extreme enough for the White House's liking. That's FOX's Griff Jenkins. Democrats also keep pushing for the full. Muller report, not satisfied with Torney general bars summary that Zahn A-Rated President Trump and the Russian conspiracy as you Democrats want all the evidence the special counsel considered saying the president was not cleared possible. Obstruction of Justice and bar could be asked about this. When he testifies in congress this week. Democrats have also given the IRS until Wednesday hand over the president's tax returns, which refused to do that in a House Ways and means committee using a section of IRS code allows them to get access, but the president's lawyer j secular told ABC's this week this idea that you can use the IRS is a political weapon. Which is what's happening. Here is incorrect both as a matter of statutory law, and constitutionally we should not be in a situation where individuals individual private tax returns are used for political purposes key there his country music's king winning the big ACM entertainer of the year award. Thomas Rhett was male artist of the year and the ACM.
"john joyce" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News resigned hours after President Trump tweeted customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Mack lane will take over as acting secretary. Kevin Macalinsan brings a lot to the table. Republican John Joyce on the house homeland security committee. He's already stated that we're at a breaking point. He realizes the serious issues that are occurring at the southern border. He realizes that we are at a national crisis may while Democrats long critical of this century after the family separation fiasco, reacting vociferously speaker Pelosi issuing his statement, it is deeply alarming that the Trump administration official who put children in cages reportedly resigning because she's not extreme enough for the White House's liking as FOX's Griff Jenkins. Democrats also keep pushing for the full Muller report, not satisfied with Torney general bars summer that exonerated President Trump on the Russia conspiracy as you Democrats want all the evidence the special counsel considered. The president was not cleared of possible. Obstruction of Justice in bar could be asked about this. When he testifies in congress this week. Democrats have also given the IRS until Wednesday hand over the president's tax returns, which he's refused to do that in a House Ways and means committee using a section of IRS code allows them to get access, but the president's lawyer Jay seculow told ABC's this week this idea that you can use the IRS as a political weapon, which is what's happening. Here is incorrect both as a matter of statutory law, and constitutionally we should not be in a situation where individuals individual private tax returns are used for political purposes key urban his country music's king winning the big seventy.
"john joyce" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"At homeland security. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News resigned hours after President Trump tweeted customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Mack. Elaine will take over as acting secretary Kevin Macalinsan and brings a lot to the table. Republican John Joyce on the house homeland security committee. He's already stated that we're at a breaking point. He realizes the serious issues that are current at the southern border. He realizes that we are at a national crisis. Meanwhile, Democrats long critical of this surgery after the fairly separation fiasco reacting vociferously speaker Pelosi issuing his statement, it is deeply alarming that the Trump administration official who put children in cages reportedly resigning because she's not extreme enough for the White House's liking as FOX's Griff Jenkins. Democrats also keep pushing for the full Muller reward, not satisfied with attorney general bars summary that exonerated President Trump the Russia conspiracy as you Democrats want all the evidence the special counsel consider. The president was not cleared of possible. Obstruction of Justice in bar could be asked about this. When he testifies in congress this week. Democrats have also given the IRS until Wednesday hand over the president's tax returns refused to do that in the House Ways and means that using a section of IRS code allows them to get access, but the president's lawyer j secular told ABC's this week this idea that you can use the IRS is a political weapon. Which is what's happening. Here is incorrect, both as a matter of statutory law, and constitutionally we should not be in a situation where individuals individual private tax returns are used for political purposes. Key there been his country music's king winning the big ACM entertainer of the year. Ward Thomas Rhett was male artist of the year and the ACM female artist of the year goes to. Casey must grade. Most also won album of the year on the CBS show. Dan shea walked away with three awards do all of the year and song.
"john joyce" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Unsolicited critiques of my parents, I didn't sign up for this could be on television. All the time. But I just just here. We put up a picture, we just we're just here. So people comment on us interest goes for anything. I guess just tell us a little word just here. We're up on TV just so people can say things about us. That's something you think about something and thought it was going to be great. That's why I don't read it. I got into radio so could hide from what I look like. And hopefully, somehow still entertain them, I know role maybe wouldn't have gotten a radio now with the way it is. No one would have hired me. Joey flash needs a job though. So let's not go. Let's not be hasty, crystal SAM's, Krista, who we love said I wash my hair every day. No other option when I sweat completely threw my ponytail, every workout you keep doing you booth. Hang do that smell opponent that the headband that I wear is soaked with sweat and I wash it every week. But by like Thursday or Friday, sometimes I'll be on the treadmill running you don't wash it every after every use. That's grocer did not washing your hair. Let's move on. I mean, foreheads not breaking out or anything. So, you know, it's fine. That is true skin was good. Kevin Lawton, my buddy, I went to high school with set at our advanced age, we should be happy to have full heads of hair. Who cares? What it looks like it's true. And he's right. That's a healthy attitude to have. I shouldn't give a rat's fat ass. What anybody thinks about what my hair looks like I have hair and all that's there. And most of it is Brown. All right. Well, you know, we supp- ragging about all the hair? Most of it is Brown most and naturally Brown. You. Okay. So it's time for John's joints John's joints works like this. We're gonna read you. Well, John's going to read you a bunch of stories underneath John stories. We'll be played rock baby rock and roll lullabies. You tell me all three lullabies an answer a question about John's joints, and you could be going to what the beard. Festival this weekend in lovely, Saint Petersburg, Florida. I think Vinoy park is that correct? Yes. Yes. That is what's up John? Joyce lets light up another one. Let's light up another one. Jugs? Even. He nodded his head. One or two point five the bone thought, your timing to listen to the songs are warning you that that part that you hate Wisconsin. Sometimes you get really excited about the song. You're me to listen to. Oh, what is it about the noise that foam ya? It's like when somebody's cutting cutting their chicken. They cut the plane. That's what's up. No. When someone's eating and they make loud chewing for not always easy going. Nothing. Bothers us. Okay. Nothing bothers you and you flailing around like a maniac when you hear a noise in your ears a middle ground there serving the better than Ezra. Song tickles, my soul that sound takes. Well. All right. Suck the Sandu. Her name's suck deep Sandu. She's from Australia, and she was shopping this past weekend and a very popular grocery chain in Australia, called, spud shed. She picked up a bag a one pound bag of baby spinach. And as she threw it into her car. She noticed there was a full size mouse in the bottom of her spinach bag. I don't know how things like this. I don't know. She said I felt like vomiting. She didn't want anything from the company or any money. Just wanted to merely pointed out the super food company that packaged this apologized. But they also seem to say our crops are grown in open fields. We have rodent traps around our farms and sometimes rodents may make it into your produce. What's the big market, right? Yeah. Go home and eat it. I still think I mean, it could have very well ended up at someone's right? Whole mouse just dump it on in there. Spot marquette. It's called the smug. So. Yeah. So mice in this budget. Don't go. Little bit of a stretch for John's joint. But you know, what is you know, water is life. It's the really the only food we ever need Elon Musk is stepping up big time, and he has.
"john joyce" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Trust the house for one minute. Without objection. The gentleman is recognized for one minute. It is with a great sense of honor. That I stand before you to deliver my first address on the floor of the people's house as legislators one of our fundamental duties is to fully fund the government and to do it on time. But there are federal employees such as the brave corrections officers working at Loretto people who as their doctor. I have treated these people continue to go without pay these hardworking men and women do not deserve this shutdown. No American does we are in this situation because Democrats refused to compromise and fund the border wall. Even though many of them have voted to do. So in the past today. I offer a question to my colleagues across the aisle. What changed are you really willing to reverse a previous position and keep government close? Just so you can resist the president's agenda. It's time to fund the wall and send the president in appropriations package that he will sign I urge my democratic friends to negotiate. So we can get back to work for the American people. Madam speaker, you'll my time Republican. John Joyce for what purpose does the gentlewoman from Illinois seek recognition. I asked cassette to address the house for one minute listening without objection. The gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. Thank you. Madam speaker? I rise today to recognize the outstanding work at the US department of agricultural research lab in Peoria, Illinois for more than seventy five years. The glad has conducted breakthrough research impacting lives of people all over the world decades after discovering how to mass produce penicillin the egg lab just found out how to enhance its effectiveness in people who have developed antibiotic resistance. They've also developed an all natural bug repellent that is more effective than deet. Unfortunately, the two hundred employees at the egg lab have been sent home due to this government shutdown putting their ground breaking research at a dead halt. It's time to stop using workers as pawns in this government shutdown. We must put this shut down to an end. So they can continue its advanced. Research that drives American agriculture and our economy. Thank you, Madam speaker. And without I yield back democrat, Sherry. For what purpose does the gentleman from Pennsylvania seek recognition request unanimous consent house for one minute revise extend my remarks without objection. The gentleman is recognized for one minute. Thank you. Madam speaker last week. I entered is to build it protects private property rights. And Pennsylvania's only national force the Allegheny national forest HR to forty five the cooperative management on mineral Rights Act of two thousand nineteen won't shore, the private property owners and energy producers in the Allegheny national forest have access to the property despite being successfully and sufficiently regulated by the Commonwealth for decades a federal law passed in nineteen Ninety-two requires a forest service to write new regulations on oil gas production in the NF. However, federal courts have repeatedly rolled that the forest service does not have the authority to do. So because the minerals in the NF are privately owned my Bill this federal law by repealing improper the improper nineteen Ninety-two requirement. In fact, the house of representatives previously passed legislation twice with strong bipartisan support over. In two thousand sixteen and unanimously in two thousand seventeen I hope we can give this common sense legislation across the finish line during the one hundred sixteenth congress urge my colleagues to cosponsor this important legislation to put the brakes on excessive litigation in the NF protect private property rights. Thank you, Madam speaker. Now, you'll back the balance my Republican Glenn Thompson live from the floor of the house..
"john joyce" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I'm here for Shaw. Gonna be dear. No. All right. I'm very clear headed, I don't know if this will help her soi, they get the free. Go rhino. My name was speeco crime. She came on the show today. And she spoke. Mind of some kind sounds like two feet plane at once. Rock at once twice three times. A lady thanksgiving gravy. In the. The court. Put my calls on the door. Reward and this many points four Fabio. Dirt cutter. I know you've got the plan. Happy happy New Year's Tacoma. I'm doing. I got the folk. My brain is clear. Too. Paiko with the money. She makes. Boozy choosy. Represent Bronco two point five. I was. On the Mike. Friday. On the track. That. No, no, you're you're there. Good job. Tell you what. Let's try a different. Epic. Tom Kenny, can we we'll have to force him? I think we just make a request. Chess bulletproof vest might prevent that zoo, go rabble on the microphone you my cat video at the castle. Don't bug because I don't want no hassle wind up beat kicks in. Start running might have good diction by questionable timing. These beats lost range is a friend. He ain't no stranger. Now. Fabio you gonna be second. Now up the room like a nice disinfected. Got no flow stroz. I'm sipping those. I'm saying clear. My brain is. The word. I feel like I need to restart. Go ahead. The new year. We usually have like a female. Right now. A theme is French fries. Get my strong. Your thighs. This office is a sandwich gonna make a sloppy job from a call man with you can pick a theme, and they can beat John Joyce and all your runs a food and you get to the point. So john. Porterhouse get on the mic the lead. A new year and I'm trying to eat. But. Doc is a burger with China. AM fries. Wanna get? Instead, you abstained. Even the way might cause you little bit. Not that wax pen when you get home. You'll be impressed city of dome. Yeah. Your thoughts will be clear, you're not drinking. Not smoking. Got a little fear that the new year is gonna be a little bit. But you're making decisions.