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"john program" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"john program" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"And let me help you set up your branding like all of its bullshit all of it because the truth is i think a lotta people think that if you build it they will come out if you build it. They won't come like just because you have a fancy website just because you have a membership area. They won't comment so when you had that membership area caleb and you weren't getting I'm gonna be fucking that. Are you mad but it was weird because like when that happened. When i said no to my friend going to europe and they came back and they tell me these stories ident- like i didn't miss it for the first. I didn't have the foam that but like what to make the membership area. I when i say things started to change my mind started. Think differently because i ended up to put in hours into the era. Because i i remember. There was like eighty five videos that i to film and also had to learn how to edit so i learned how to use premiere pro plus so i know how to edit videos in like i would have to get them approved by the people to make good enough so they weren't good in the beginning so i made them over and over and over again and like. Yeah it sucked. Because i didn't make any money. I didn't have any clients but at the same time like i knew that i was repetitively. Repeating the actions that i needed to do to get somewhere in life i gave. It was weird that i was able to grasp that without having clients. That is cool. That's cool and i don't think a lot of people would have grasped that. That's that like that type of major setback when you invest that amount of money. I is is huge. Remember when you reach out to me. The reason you results in me was mason. The hunia mary one hundred percent. Love that guy this mic matthews. Same reason mason mooney really. I didn't know that. I got amazing. Hug grow mateen mooney was one of my first client will not one of my first night. She's one of my first one hundred clients. And he was making on ak month so caleb mason new from university. Caleb reached out to me. When i was heading on a flight remember. I think i was going to bali. Yeah wasn't gonna bali and he resulted me. He's like dude. I'm super interested in joining the program blah blah blah. But i was like i was getting a flight. I'm like dude. I'm like heading flight right now. He's like i'm in. He's like. Tell me what i need to know like. I'm fucking in okay. So like i literally record this little video form. And i sent it. And i told them the price and i don't think i heard back from me right away. I think you sat with it for a little bit but then after that came back. And you're like dude. Like i'm fucking in and out back. When the pizza. John program was five front by both of you guys that are like the stress in about the gig. Adamy four hundred dollars a month payment like you don't know what you want to know. Why didn't come back right away. Because i put a five hundred dollar deposit down on another course. I denied it and came back to you to pay for it really. Yeah i can't remember his name but he's like shit he's a. I don't know it doesn't matter. Yeah i put a five hundred dollar to pay the deposit down. And i was like. Can i get that five hundred dollars snack. Okay brian. i can pay a love it. I love it so much and your journey started. Slow bro like..

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"john program" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"john program" Discussed on 710 WOR

"John's program for real change this incredible program list. Women and their kids off the streets, is them. Drug and alcohol treatment counseling. They can get their G daycare, job training and housing. And there were there my favorite charity, and I wanted to do something in a big way. So I called them and let them know that I was giving them my IRA, which is gonna be about $28,000. And it made me instantly feel 100% better how it's like smiling and joyful. And, um, so I just That is my giving story. And I'm gonna be working with, um and also in addition, I didn't need the money. Thank you. I am retired and I was like, What am I gonna do with the money? Why don't I give it away in a really big way? And so we're gonna honor my mom with a plaque or a bench or something, but that's what I decided to do. Just so you went back to clean out the condo and you weren't mad anymore, Huh? Well, I wish quite not quite that simple. Is it? It wasn't quite that simple, but I'm still grateful. And I'm so grateful for the both of you because I listen constantly, And here's the thing I got out of debt paid. I'm retired, but I never budgeted and you know what? I'm going to start budgeting. And maybe I can give more away. It feels good, doesn't it? It doesn't feel good. It feels good to say it in to tell you the story. So thank you for that, too, Because it's tough day today. Well, it is And I want you to know that there are thousands of people across the country experiencing the first Christmas season without somebody And That that weight that you feel that anger that sadness that overwhelming I don't know how we're gonna get through this. Finding somebody else to blast. Finding somebody else to give two is such a release. It's such a relief. It's such a gift for everybody involved, and you may not have gone back to that. That condo Less angry, But when you sent that check on, man, I just I can just see you walking lighter and taller, right? Yep. Well, what a blessing Powerful Powerful, well done. Thank you Are is a beautiful story. And I'm um Sounds like your mom lived a beautiful life. I'm really sorry She's gone for you. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah, she was amazing. Well, I wish both of you a merry Christmas and a happy holidays. Thanks for all the work you do, And for the positivity that you send out into the world every day. It makes a difference for all of us. Thank you. We appreciate you calling in and merry Christmas to you, too. Wow. You know there are I've often connected generosity. Gratitude and gratitude to generosity. As a cause and effect both directions. Really, Um, but I never Think about it with the other G word grief. Yeah. And, um The three could get start up and make some really cool Dumbo. That's exactly right. Yeah, grief, gratitude, generosity, grateful for Mom, her life and how beautiful it was. And the shooter was self sufficient. She lived around she left. All right. Each of the kids in a sense and You know, grateful for all the good times and all that. And in the middle of that it creates generosity..

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"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Building a better Sacramento. The KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil's That combined with our food segment, a cool new dessert gift ideas coming from the folks at ST John's Program for Real Change CEO Julie Perrotta. We have a vocational training program for our formerly homeless women, and when they come through the red doors at ST John's We help them with a lot of support, mental health support, substance abuse, parenting, financial support, and they also operate a couple of restaurants which have had to close down, of course due to cover 19 restrictions. So They came up with the red door Desserts subscription, the brainstorm from one of our culinary services directors and she is trained pastry chef and we thought, What a great idea to use her expertise, train our women and makes him really, really delicious cookies and desserts for our communities. Yes. So every month you get a box of your meanness, I do all the taste testing and they have, really We have some really great salted caramel and cookies. We have lemon lemon drop type cookies and chocolate crinkle cookies and They're they're all delicious. And this desert effort is a group one. We want the women to succeed. We work hard by their side, making sure they succeeded. We helped them through. And so we're part of the cookie making processes. Well, part of the vocational training. You know, it's really Remarkable to watch. These women just change go through the real change while they're well, they're working, making cookies, and it's easy to sign up for a subscription or just a one time box for yourself or somebody else. $30 a month for the Desert club. It's once a month for 12 months or we have a signature box, which is $35 per box, but we haven't a holiday special right now. So it's $30 for a single box and we have them available for pickup or delivery so they could be shipped anywhere. In the United States and just in time for Christmas, and Julie thinks you all in advance. It's all about a good cause. It's not just giving good cookies. It's about sharing the mission is about celebrating the mission and about supporting the mission. So we thought we'd do it with a nice treat, indulge and in power. And and that's what I read. George is a trial about Yeah, that ST John CEO Julie Hirota, and we've got a link. We've got two pictures and all the information that you will need. If you'd like to sign up for one, or do it on a monthly thing. It Z ST John's program, So it's really as JP Red Door desserts dot com But you can just go to k p k dot com..

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of your patients, and I want to tell you I just want to thank you for everything you've done for me And for my mom, Joseph, even though it's great to hear you, Sheriff John program, but I wanted to call in and just say what a wonderful doctor you are. And how smart you are. And thank you so much. A Joanne, This is my show. You're supposed to say nice things about me. Not him. I know you two and I will say, I think I love you. Aren't you kind alright now, but thank you so much for letting me say those words and I'll be seeing Dr Barrage in a month or so. Very good. Very good. Thank you Join very much. It's nice, And I know you have a lot of experience like that, Doctor. I know you have a lot of people in this community that you have affected that. Extraordinarily positively, And that's that's a great great legacy. Great thing to be a part of checking with Vicky in Granite Bay, Vickie. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. What do you have for Dr Brush? Hi, Sheriff. Yeah. I just want to ask the doctor after Doing fundraisers and for so many years, why are women still dying from breast cancer? That has done with fund raising the fundraising has health developed new treatments, a lot less are dying from breast cancer than they used to. The mortality has decreased. But being the most common cancer in women. Very associative mortality. Actually, some of it has to do with the layback noses with lack off early screening with some recommendations not to start screaming before age 50, which I believe is wrong. Message to women because we do see cancer between 40 and 50. And it's still the Christians. Their mortality by 40% so early screening every year between that agent Whatever. My ability to the woman has, I don't believe in arbitrarily stopping screaming at a certain age. Uh, I have patients in their 19 which are very viable and dancing, and I won't say Let's let them die because they're old. I think that's a major issue, but it is the most common cancer and breast one in in women. We're not sure what causes that There are some risk factors that we know off. There is a family history. Genetic anomalies, which are rare. That's about 10 per cent off them, Um, obesity, smoking alcohol use. All of that are the factors that needs to be dealt with. On the other hand exercise on our day, five days a week of strenuous exercise decreases mortality by almost 30 40% mortality but not the incidence of breast cancer. And the incident. Yes, interesting almost as equal to Tamoxifin prevention, And that's a study that was done on 20,000 women in Japan that confirmed what we knew on a smaller study. So they are things that we can do basically increases the risk of triple negative breast cancer, which is a really aggressive cancer. But interestingly enough or these women Don't have higher mortality from the triple negative press..

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"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We help women who are homeless or have been in domestic violence situations are needing mental health and getting to themselves to recovery. And the programs designed to support women who want to make a change and take responsibilities for their life. Julie says the ST John's program does more than just shelter women in need. And then when a woman enters our programs, they're provided with structure and support with mental health therapy, drug and alcohol counseling, parenting, education, financial management, budgeting, just about everything they need to be self sufficient and on their own. Now before the Pantanal ST John's was operating something called Place Cafe, and that's where women learn transferrable skills and things like food and customer service. But it is now partnered with a city of Sacramento and FEMA to deliver those meals to those in need through something called great plates delivered, they shifted our model. Our vocational training model to provide catering rather than doing a restaurant style to the women are learning about catering and learning about what it goes into Paul that all the skills that are needed to do that, as well as Know how to manage the amount of food that goes out and kind of like what that looks like. So if you or someone you know would like to get involved. Maybe you could help teach kids or do something else. Well, you can head over to ST John's program dot or GE. Let's hear from you on building a better Sacramento. This includes wherever you live in Northern California, you could just contact Kitty at kiddie O'Neill at kfbk dot com and just ahead on the cave, A K Afternoon news. We're going to check the top trending stories and we're going to go in depth on college football and how the corona virus could put an end to the season. Our conversation. With a B C's Alex Stone coming up This is not a drill staying connected with thank based news and information, most rigged election in history, You're minutes away from a fresh update to be ready on Sacramento's News, 93.1.

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Use a can of our 1 34 a automotive refrigerant to recharge it before you do. Visit cash in the can dot com Learn how to recharge your A C right, Get your deposit back and help the planet. Does it cash in the can dot com traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 Can't be Kay. Clear skies expected for tonight. Well, CEELO tonight 62 64. It'll be mostly sunny tomorrow. Tomorrow We'll reach a high of 88 to 92 sunny and warm Wednesday Wednesday, we'll see a high of 95 to 99. I I Mak E. Weathers, Drew Shannon News, 93.1 Kfbk. And right now it's 99 degrees at news 93.1 KFBK as were building a better Sacramento. Ah, homelessness does not discriminate even before the Corona virus pandemic, 20% of all homeless persons in Sacramento County were female, and Julie Hirota, CEO at ST John's Program for Real Change in Sacramento, is working to help these women and their Children fight back. We help women who are homeless or have been in domestic violence on situations are needing mental health and getting to themselves to recovery and the programs designed to support women who want to make a change and take responsibility for their lives. Julie says the ST John's program does more much more than shelter women in need. And then when a woman enters our programs were provided with structure and support with mental health therapy, drug and alcohol counseling, parenting, education, financial management, budgeting, just about everything they need to be self sufficient and on their own. And before the pandemic, ST John's was operating Place Cafe, and that's where women learned transferrable skills and food and customer service. But it's now partnered with the city of Sacramento and FEMA to deliver meals to those in need through great plates delivered. We've shifted our model. Our vocational training model to provide catering rather than doing a restaurant style to the women are learning about catering and learning about what it goes into all of that all the skills that are needed to do that, as well as you know how to manage the amount of food that goes out and kind of like what that looks like and as the moms get back to work on their feet, more than 30 Children ranging from kindergarten 12th through 12th grader supported by ST John's program..

"john program" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"You ever listening to Charles Lawton Norman Carbons, adaptation and production of Sandberg First of an American village e based on the works of three great modern writers. With Mr Louder than the cast where Hans Conrad while he man Residues mccambridge Dick Ryan Joan Lauren will ride. Joe Grandba- Lorraine Tunnel Bob Bruce Norman. Field Ross Horace Willard. Jong Franklin Parker Harry Bartell, Edmar and Earl Robinson. Bernard, Herrmann composed and conducted the original score. At the same time next week CBS. We'll bring you the second program of an American trilogy Carlin's production of selections from the writings of Thomas. Again with an original score like Olympia has prize winning Bernard Hermann. The ionized these big John Program was cancelled tonight in order to bring you the previous broadcast. Big Town will be heard at the same time next week over these stations. Let the CBS the Columbia Broadcasting System. It's up to the minute coverage of the invasion of western. Europe. CBS World now brings the latest news development followed by reports by its correspondents at home and abroad. I for the latest news dispatches here is John Daly. Here is what we know officially about the progress of the invasion of Europe at this moment, the second communique from Supreme Allied Headquarters issued early this evening, eastern wartime told us that our forces succeeded in their initial landings, and that fighting continues. Our landings were affected undercover of a heavy air and naval bombardment. We know officially that our naval casualties were light, much lighter than expected rather than Roosevelt, told his radio best conference after noon today, eastern wartime United States naval losses where to destroy US and one landing ship for tanks. To rear admirals of the United States Navy would have bought cruises which took part in the naval bombardment, which preceded the landings Rear Admiral Alan Goodrich, Kirk, commander, of one of the Task Forces Watch the operations from his flagship the cruiser. And Rear Admiral Morton L. Deo was in command of the cruiser Tuscaloosa in American, battleship Nevada pace. The thousand allied ships that made up the striking ARMATA. We know officially to modern. The thousand troop-carrying planes and gliders dropped allied paratroopers and other airborne troops behind the German lines in France. The airborne phase of the operation met with what the Allied High Command described as unexpected success and prime minister Churchill told the House of Commons earlier in the day, but I'll parachute. Troops seized the number of vital bridges before the Germans had time to blow them up. Churchill gave the only official allied indication of just where our troops landed, and how father have advanced. He announced that allied invasion spearhead penetrated the railroad town of Khan nine and a half miles inland, but reports from the German indicate tonight that forces pushed inland from seven and a half to ten miles at key points along a sixty mile front, and the radio said where thirteen miles inland one point north of come. While the official reports are happening, but meagre in detail we do know from the request correspondence and allied pilots who flew over the battle area. That I'll progress appears to be good in every area. We know too that there's no German counterattacks up to this time. Although such attacks are expected momentarily at eight PM Eastern wartime the German controlled Peres radio that an important American naval. Squadron was cruising off Chevron. CBS correspondent child culling would reports that we have already taken some German prisoners. He saw them line up at the end of one of our beachheads. At the same time, the first wounded men from the invasion front have landed back in England and about them. We have this report. Despite their wounds, many were cheerful and smiling. To round out the unofficial reports in the invasion, the London Daily Mail seven dispatch from Stockholm, but Adolf Hitler is expected to make a speech soon from somewhere in the west, where he said to be personal command of the Anti invasion operation, and that's the best news we've had today considering his record debate as commander of the German forces in the field. Now a picture of American fighting men, and how they react in battle by one who has seen them in action. Here is Colombia's war quarter when Reynolds. I know nothing about the mass strategy of war, and it would be presumptuous for me to try to guess what will happen tomorrow or the next day, and I have no idea tall to the final outcome of this most daring all military operation. But I do know Gi Joe. I saw him in action in Sicily and Salerno and I know his reactions. I, know his hopes and his fears. I know that he has been looking forward eagerly to this test. Just as he wants, looked forward to playing and a big high school football game. All. He was a bit nervous about it, but he knew that once it began. His nervousness would leave. It was tough. The Gi Joe Crossing the channel last night. Because, he knew they were enemy minefield that had to be crossed. Then, sitting there on the deck of a ship. Had nothing to do. Nothing to do but think. It was a chaplain. Every lodge ship in the invasion Amada. Chaplain was running during the Sicilian invasion during the Solano operation at Anzio. The G. Gi Joe doesn't want. Any sermons preached to him just. Before we goes into battle. He wants a pat on the back. Sometimes he wants to talk. To unburden himself. That's what Gi Joe did last night. That's got talking with the Padre. And it didn't matter much. What faith the Padre belong to? All chaplains wear the same uniform. And there was only one God at the front. and. The invasion fleet mid the enemy code. Now Gi Joe tightened up. Examined as M, three submachine gun Catholic took it apart, but it together thing it is clips Savannah Munition. He kept telling himself that he wasn't afraid. Telstar once said and Warren piece. Every. Soldier is afraid that he will be week at the decisive moment. Telstar was right. G. I O. G. I joe felt that way. Well. They got near the enemy coast. Nervousness increased. Maybe, he lit a cigarette, then tossed into the deck when an office called sharply, but that out. And, then it was h our. It was tumbling over the side into a waiting LCI. Himself because there was a slight swell, and he grin weekly at his pals indistinct in the same dog. They all spelled as he did. was like that high school just before the kick-off. then. The boat started tug Shar. Wasn't much opposition as I went to show. The boat grounded a few feet from the beach and Gi Joe out keeping his gun high over his head. Adjusting steel helmet. The German, modern machine gunfire opened up. He! Had the bullets whistling past and he ducked instinctively. And he laughed sheepishly. There are no foxhole meaningless channel. He surged fall within the Cold Water Abrasive. Many hit land. Sappers attached to his company dashed ahead to be sure that we're. No mind. Now suddenly, the nervousness left G. Joe. He looked cooley ahead. And when he saw flash, the automatically lifted as Tommy got an sprayed clip of bullets. Now, his long training tone. He did things the right things instinctively. Avoid booby traps and.

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"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A list of immediate needs and again that's on the St John's program dot org website where they have an Amazon wishlist and maybe it's just a matter of Hey I can afford to offer this gift and keep someone going because we're talking about people who are on the edge where Joe last coming up from that bottom and who are doing the work and coming through and trying to get their lives back on track these are the ones that really really this time can be critical as to where they're going to be in five or ten years okay KP case John Michaels there thank you traffic and weather together let's get let's head over to get it get it get it all discover yeah right now north notified the south county road one oh two we have a sedan it's over the fog line it means these plates in your way give me the area there so just keep an eye out for that otherwise we're keeping an eye every traffic and everything looks good on the roadways downtown the split eight minutes on eastbound caps that he wants to get their nine minutes at the Douglas Boulevard in Roseville by the way if you see something we don't call us on the KPK traffic tip line just downtown two fifty say traffic and make that report this government is all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year and it's amazing because discovers except that ninety nine percent of places in the U. S. to take credit cards learn more at discover dot com slash yes twenty twenty Nielsen report limitations apply traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Dana has news ninety three point one K. V. K. all right thank you Dana now let's get a look at our KPK forecast this evening we'll see cloudy skies then partly cloudy skies late tonight tonight expect a low forty.

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"john program" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Us online at experts you can trust dot com now back to experts you can trust experts you can trust a news talk eleven thirty W. I. S. and I'm your host Gregory John program note you know what let's keep Mike shook in the studios with us because you know Mike we're talking about was Dallas last name last segment I don't think we gave that west Allis it's due I did a little research on the history I I thought this to be interesting for listeners I was wondering where the name west Allis actually came from real quick just what is it is it the tractor manufacture it is it is your right yeah good idea so the name was Dallas was derived from Edward P. Allis whose Edward P. Allis company was a large Milwaukee manufacturers manufacturer from the late nineteenth century and then in nineteen oh one the Allis company became Allis Chalmers okay so L. astronomers yeah that's the name we're all we're all familiar to Iran and a lot of people worked at the check Allis Chalmers manufacturing plant there were a huge employer in the area they were manufacturer of machinery for a number of a number of different industries big machine rank they had agricultural equipment construction equipment they did power generators power transmission a moment yeah they were up there were a big big employer unfortunately you know they got caught up in the financial crisis of the nineteen eighties so yeah and then I think it was in nineteen ninety eight looking at my notes here what remained of the Allis Chalmers the the divestiture that and then in January nineteen ninety nine the company officially closed its Milwaukee offices we are if you're just tuning in maybe just tuning in right now is what that why why are you talking about west Allis well in the studios with us is Michael shoki as they discount full service broker realtor with homestead realty and each week when my comes in we we got a spotlight it community in our area we've done Muskego before and this this week we're talking about west Allis will be the last segment we kind of touched on a few things but we realize there's a lot more things to talk about in west Allis there there really is there really is is just a wonderful community they've got great sharks great schools great restaurants and again the reason I put the spotlight on for this week was I it was just coincidental I was very blessed to have received for except have four accepted offers on on homes in west Allis over the first twelve days of the year so it just seems like there there's a lot of young couples that are looking for you know their first home that that's who's calling me anyway lately a recent most recently in these homes are are priced just in that in that great spot on fifty one fifty one eighty range it seems like and you just got a lot of home for the dollar in west Allis like I mentioned in the last segment you know most of the songs are three bedroom two bath homes with you know finish basements nice backyards these are communities that have you know lower a lower crime rate in fact I made a note here on the crime rate for was jealous and I wrote down here when it comes to violent crimes west Allis Wisconsin shows a crime rate that is fourteen percent lower than the national average nice so that's another one in you brought up a good point and we were talking about it the last segment that there seems to be a great resurgence in west Allis a lot of people are building it is a really a great community for like you said a young family who wants to start that starter home right exactly that is anyway parks and everything there yeah yeah so with the parks you know to the to the park said that I really like greenfield park if you have kids they have cool waters water park they're sure which is which is a lot of fun also McCarty park they have little lagoon there for fishing there's tennis courts there they've got baseball field so just very convenient if you if you live in West tales to get to these parks they also have a wonderful farmers market it's sixty five all one west national Avenue it's actually one of the biggest farmers markets in in the area or in in the Milwaukee area over the summer they get just a fabulous selection of produce meats and flowers so check it out you know if you even if you don't live in west Allis you're not planning to live there put six five all one was nationally on down and you know come out on a on a Saturday afternoon I believe they're also open I believe Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoons yeah some to do this spring and summer for sure you know we at me being in radio for a hundred and fifty years I did a lot of things in west Dallas and one of the one of the community events they have theirs called national night out and I'm sure you've heard that that we used that was like the the the big one everybody in every community has a national letter but for some reason west Allis was really big and they always held it at the farmers market I need to say here you feel that sense of community in west Allis right family sailors are close there there there really are and the the buyers that I've been fortunate to work with the last few weeks said I have accepted offers on homes are they're just wonderful people wrote really really enjoying spending time with them so hit a note here too great just on the population if you're if you're wondering listeners are wondering the last census showed that westell system to sixty thousand four hundred eleven people and there's twenty seven thousand households in west Allis so we're also talking about you know some of the amenities levy talking about the parks in the farmers market but me and they've got some great restaurants there they do they do Milwaukee magazine he had a an article recently and and some of the top restaurants in west Allis and so I kind of made a few notes off of off of that listing but L. pastore if you're craving Mexican cuisine check that out they've got delicious and authentic Mexican dishes real affordable favorites like tacos.

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"john program" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Us online at experts you can trust dot com now back to experts you can trust experts you can trust a news talk eleven thirty W. I. S. and I'm your host Gregory John program note you know what let's keep Mike shook in the studios with us because you know Mike we're talking about was Dallas last name last segment I don't think we gave that west Allis it's due I did a little research on the history I I thought this to be interesting for listeners I was wondering where the name west Allis actually came from real quick just what is it is it the tractor manufacture it is it is your right yeah good idea so the name was Taylor's was derived from Edward P. Allis whose Edward P. Allis company was a large Milwaukee manufacturers manufacturer from the late nineteenth century and then in nineteen oh one the Allis company became Allis Chalmers okay so L. astronomers yeah that's the name we're all we're all familiar to Iran and a lot of people worked at the check out was Thomas manufacturing plant there were a huge employer in the area they were manufacturer of machinery for a number of a number of different industries big machine rank they had agricultural equipment construction equipment they did power generators power transmission a moment yeah they were up there were a big big employer unfortunately you know they got caught up in the financial crisis of the nineteen eighties so yeah and then I think it was in nineteen ninety eight looking at my notes here what remained of the Allis Chalmers the the divestiture that and then in January nineteen ninety nine the company officially closed its Milwaukee offices we are if you're just tuning in maybe just tuning in right now but what that why why are you talking about west Allis well in the studios with us is Michael show he is they discount full service broker realtor with homestead realty and each week when my comes in we we got a spotlight it community in our area we've done Muskego before and this this week we're talking about west Allis will be the last segment we kind of touched on a few things but we realize there's a lot more things to talk about in west Allis there there really is there really is is just a wonderful community they've got great sharks great schools great restaurants and again the reason I put the spotlight on for this week was I it was just coincidental I was very blessed to have received for except have four accepted offers on on homes in west Allis over the first twelve days of the year so it just seems like there there's a lot of young couples that are looking for you know their first home that that's who's calling me anyway like the recent most recently in these homes are are priced just in that it in that great spot that on fifty one fifty one eighty range it seems like and you just got a lot of home for the dollar in west Allis like I mentioned in the last segment you know most of the songs are three bedroom two bath homes with you know finish basements nice backyards these are communities that have you know lower a lower crime rate in fact I made a note here on the crime rate for was jealous and I wrote down here when it comes to violent crimes west Allis Wisconsin shows a crime rate that is fourteen percent lower than the national average nice so that's another one in you brought up a good point and we were talking about it the last segment that there seems to be a great resurgence in west Allis a lot of people are building it is a really a great community for like you said a young family who wants to start that starter home right exactly that is anyway parks and everything there yeah yeah so with the parks you know to the to the park said that I really like greenfield park if you have kids they have cool waters water park they're sure which is which is a lot of fun also McCarty park they have little lagoon there for fishing there's tennis courts there they've got baseball field so just very convenient if you're if eleven was tales to get to these parks they also have a wonderful farmers market it's sixty five all one west national Avenue it's actually one of the biggest farmers markets in in the area or in in the Milwaukee area over the summer they get just a fabulous selection of produce meats and flowers so check it out you know if you even if you don't live in west Allis you're not planning to live there put six five all one was nationally out down and you know come out on a on a Saturday afternoon I believe they're also open I believe Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoons yeah some to do this spring and summer for sure you know we at me being in radio for a hundred and fifty years I did a lot of things in west Dallas and one of the what the community events they have theirs called national night out and I'm sure you've heard that that we used that was like the the the big one everybody in every community has a national letter but for some reason west Dallas was really big and they always held it at the farmers market I need to say here you feel that sense of community in west Allis right family sailors are close there there there really are and the the buyers that I've been fortunate to work with the last few weeks said I have accepted offers and homes are they're just wonderful people wrote really really enjoyed spending time with them so hit a note here too great just on the population if you're if you're wondering listeners are wondering the last census showed that westell system to sixty thousand four hundred eleven people and there's twenty seven thousand households in west Allis so we're also talking about you know some of the amenities Lee we talking about the parks in the farmers market but me and they've got some great restaurants there they do they do Milwaukee magazine he had a an article recently and and some of the top restaurants in west Allis and so I kind of made a few notes off of off of that listing but LPS store if you're craving Mexican cuisine check that out they've got delicious and authentic Mexican dishes.

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"john program" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"His body at that point that's a really hard one to make with the officials I think we've got this one right they're showing the replay about what fifteen times are you give me a break your scoreboard people they're trying to get the crowd riled up the officials already looked at it and determine it was a no goal see what happens the momentum here though not only with the feast of small and recruiting thirty two of the other way the upper middle blockers often I slot stealing it he blows a tire you three to finally do that John program in your study ID gourd don't fit the mood is set up traveled across the I'm right you for moving park at the right point etcetera pocket leading a team there to nothing lead I'll be overturned goalie never get enough with that was a challenge or not but either way the goal is not counted for drop to stick the cat to hurt me or look this logic in your side hop in a tragic accident never seen galvanized the approach across blood right circle protek dances in the right corner is process for Connelly I for one circle of course Roman painting on that project with the pro taken less subtle high for that way you got loose in a very dangerous very their job connect with Sir the job of the near boards how to recorded settle one I want to cross the blood high slide pots in front of golf with our wide one seven fifty left still to nothing lighting a lot we're gonna grab the puck in the slot he filed it away the data off again he got all the other way right wing for Barkov they got the flu the way the young a gorgeous sunrise and ends up going out to play seven forty remaining it is still too nothing waiting Google gaming despite being out played out shot so far this period the Panthers I think feeling some level of urgency increase after nearly coming within a goal of the lighting and trying it up there without tying it up with getting that first one on the board which would be huge for them at this point in the game and still going forward point one critical thought of bark off had been appointed center ice before today Bob Rossi included in your corner Keith Yandle left wing who does that are we'll work it out to surprise and Aaron Ekblad lawsuit okay with the other weapon it'll could drop in I would've been a breakaway but it bounced off his stick me comes in a box you covers seven twenty one remaining to nothing like one three three or four times in this game a couple times for the Panthers right there for Kucherov smart places like this month at the vet on both the Florida Panthers chances in that last one free for all they just haven't been able to handle that pot in which would result in a brief break away opportunity for the lightning given on that extra call little extra cushion now pointed Barkov in the Panthers and one by the Panthers Donna nodded his own park one launches it down the ice I think this is gonna be a nice thing up do you think about it the lightning I mean it had to have been a coach's challenge even though the announcer they get a life if they get a one to one and they go on the penalty kill again excellent Florida power play yeah yeah I work for the I'm sure my deferral in and Garlock Frank Garlock one feeling the pressure on that one too at the critical point in this game and like you said the company you don't mind I'm going for the answers even with the dryer turn accent a point shot Seaver rosty old son is the forty eight dot in the game for the lightning matching their season high the forty maybe he sees me and its birth back in October it's going to be a seven shot at ten fifty six shot on goal in this game that he's been pretty active back there for the defense never making lasting modeling set a franchise record fifty five shots even for the other driver was gonna wait point turnout doesn't see what to find afforded mad about my map listen don't drive it is not the final line up with sonata military well it's already walks along the way you felt about what might turn out twenty third pass the final number eighty is the oldest Logitech turned out to Joseph it's arrival tap into the papers that Josh brown the collected in the field and how to buy metal Stevensville feed Adhikari though it's not a military home sitting with six thirty eight one to nothing waiting when I finally met his **** off by Atari who's got the fox all of those left want to appoint Matheson few favourites Lasky rebound solar again with one of circle it's the final word to appoint map with nothing to stop what they Stevens about the water comes out of the cell three groupings Alexi Sarlat back in the Panthers in turn the weaker website our break Connelly returns weaker as we got a center ice don't sit in what played by Steve Grossman waiting for corner rooms for so the job meeting a clear your loftwing stamp goes did not get it out or did it yeah I came out Hoffman spins it back in it's an outside of the Panthers a tag up so again it's on sites that collects the lighting in the middle thirty fifth with an ice instead because he didn't touch this gonna be nicely insulated five forty five remaining in the third still time one for the Panthers to thrill to nothing maybe doing a pretty nice job not giving the Panthers too much room especially the defensive zone and Andrei vasilevskiy having is really solid it's using his stake in being aggressive trying to bat away the second and third chances to get the **** out of the center of the ice the more dangerous area in front of the net really want the drop projects for the cap on the lighting that lifted high in the air not out holding it all centerpoint job what's always after the re Bonnie dies after it and want to know who's on what effort from sorely finally group of the middle to the end of left wing Hoffman mobiles it away soccer nine thirty of the weapon it'll fournissent across the blue line ill here to the right circle went down Kirk what to find at staples could get a stick on it's gonna wall to the floor 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"john program" Discussed on Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling

Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"john program" Discussed on Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling

"Students have been trained. We've all been trained in schools. There's someone under the front who knows everything a knows everything that you need to know. And we'll tell you what it is and when you need to know it and that's how it works and we're trying to sort of blow them model apart and say you know you though what shorter than I am. Having been here as long as I had you had some inherent wisdom knowledge I don't have so why shouldn't we linkup together network together and have a collaborative environment. You can become peers. We can become co teachers together. We can all teach each other and and once they realize you're offering them that empowerment control over their own. Learning destiny is no going back Welcome to episode one hundred sixty eight of bay the drop a weekly interview. podcast sharing stories from people who inspire and motivate divided others to help. You learn how to tell your story. I'm Amelia view direct at narrative marketing and foam believe it in the superpower of storytelling as a mom and a marketer. I'm fascinated with how we connect to one another as humans how we learn how relate and how we grow into being the best versions of ourselves but who defined bist and how do we instill this design into our children as adults. How do we avoid being derived from down that path? John Hunter is an educator of more than forty years and the inventor of the World Pace Gang fascinating child centered collaborative learning learning based board game available in thirty six countries. The game encourages children to develop effective communication and conflict resolution skills. Wall empowering them to experiment and make their own decisions in today's episode of the drop. John Discusses the importance of teaching children's self impoundment and compassion. He reflects on how his supervisor's unwillingness to tell him which path to take ended up being the space he needed to to develop his life's work. This is John's version of Bay. The drop this. This interview was recorded at Annesley junior school by narrative marketing whilst delivering video project. You can check out the video via links and the show nights or head to our Youtube Channel Final John's program and as was sponsored by the Embassy of the United States Camera.

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"john program" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"john program" Discussed on KGO 810

"Had been sailing since nineteen eighty one for the company that purchased her that's been in operation since nineteen seventy four either the boat nor the company were told has had any major incidents or accidents nor has there been an incident with any boat of a similar design insurmountable tragedy at sit down by the mess has been on the conception hundreds of times it says no one could have predicted or prepared for such a tragedy yet there are those that are out there that want to pass judgment still the major mystery was of the flames or something in the design that prevented escape Jim replied sensuous sent as a police are encouraging residents to use an online reporting tool to fight prostitution and human trafficking in their neighborhoods the report John program allows users to upload photos of cars and other information about people suspected of soliciting sex officers and mail the car's owner that the vehicle had was seen an area known for high levels of prostitution the report John program is on the S. J. P. B. website. eleven a more people say opera star Placido Domingo sexually harassed them or behaved inappropriately here's correspondent at Donna you one is a singer Angela Turner Wilson who said to mingle groped her in between on breaks I saw him sort of grab young women and just kiss them Wilson tells the eight P. the women would be startled maybe a little flatter didn't ask for it and he probably didn't know their names and it was an appropriate Wilson is now a college voice teacher in the Dallas area with the main go she was cast as the second female lead in an opera than we had at least two young singers come to us and say please don't put me in a room along with him to mingle spokeswoman issued a statement disputing the allegations calling them inaccurate and on ethical but provided no specifics the Los Angeles opera is investigating the.

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"john program" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"john program" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"john program" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"john program" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"High. Jay, how're you doing guys the problem with recruiting and everything you have and Mullins doing a great job with what is being able to recruit you have the top ten schools in the country in basketball, the top twenty thirty players in the country is going to migrate to those schools because of exposure, here's why you're wrong. Here's why you're wrong. I tell you why you're wrong because well, I guess I shouldn't say you're wrong. Let me rephrase that why think misguided right now this team had the talent to be better than what it ended up being. They should have been better in the conference. They shouldn't have been the play in game. I'm sorry. I had enough to out there. Well, I don't wanna hear about recruiting. And they weren't planning on a salad talent is a different thing. You have to get talent second play with each other. Okay. All right. But what point though, it's not about recruiting? Spo- here these kids don't wanna go. All right. So you've got talent you have a couple of of good talent. But these kids that want to go to the pros wanna go to the high profile schools because they're one and done with exposure. And a do I hate joke. I'm Jay talk about one in don't NBA players talking about. No. And look they don't play any ACC a loaded conference like the ACC. This was a down year for for the big east. This wasn't even a vintage big east year. And they were they were three games on during the conference. So this was a disappointing season. You could talk all you want about the recruiting and the players aren't playing together. And this and that but this team in a down year for the big east and one wasn't the greatest conference. They had a bad. You had enough talent to be a lot better than this course salad. Mass Beth, Sal, how are you? Hey, guys. How you doing? What's up? I go back like you Joe Saint John Walter berry, all autumn great guiding I go back even farther than that. But anyway, go ahead. I'm always sunny, don't remember, you're older than me. You don't remember Sonny dove into McIntyre brothers and all those guys. All right. I'm bad with names. Point then John program to me, it's sort of like. And one of the reasons I think, and I love Moen's and even at the coach. And I'll tell you why. Commercial? I've seen on TV. And who is it? The Yukon basketball coach Gino with. Yeah. For the win. A commercial? He tells people that they what this history to your success. You want to know the truth? Basically, I have the last word when I when we get nitty gritty time. I'm the only voice, and that's the way it's always been. But I watch quite a few phone John and even left late, and they got some young coach in astute. And he's walking out in the huddle. Like, I think that's his issue coaching because I agree with your assessment on the fact that he is very calm. He's not a screamer. He's not a yeller. He's very different than coach early. He's coach Willard. But do you think that's a problem? Yes. You shouldn't have your distant. He is. But he's yelling very loud and tell them what the gloomy, but maybe that's just his style is different. See I I don't think the results are good for Christmas. And maybe maybe his style isn't working. But I also don't want to just say, hey, you can't have that style. You have to be loud and screaming and get teased away. Coach early. Did. I think guys are different. Yeah. I mean, look at the NBA you could say the same thing about NBA coaches a lot of them act different. So I don't know if that's necessarily his number one issue. Number one issue is the results. Yeah. No. That's it. Eric in Bridgeport. Connecticut, Eric, how are you? Hey, John F how you doing? I couldn't agree with you more with Saint John's. I'm a big Carolina fan. I followed Saint John's a little bit because I've been following Moustapha. High school days, he was pointing at Sacred Heart, Connecticut. Watching that kid for a while. I think he's a great talent. And the thing yesterday that basically. And turnovers are absolutely horrendous. But the one thing I gotta give credit for her own life. You know, he kept talking about took a lot of charges. And he also question I have for you guys. Do you think is going to go to the NBA and be? Goes to the NBA. I don't know what type of recruiting behalf. So I don't think Horon can do it on his own next year. I kind of think that if he may go to shop he's possible Mustafa heroin may go as well. I don't know where ponds would be projected is he an NBA player bond pond's. I don't know. He's an MBA. I got the opportunity. I don't know if this is good or bad to watch a lot of Isaiah Whitehead on both. All right. And then with the nets. Yeah. Zia Whitehead is a borderline. Yes. And player of the G league player, right? Watching him in school. And he looked like he was an NBA player. He was outstanding like miles pals NBA player. I don't know if he is. I don't know the easy terrific player. Get college player, but I don't always NBA player. Joe and Clark New Jersey, Joey how are you? What's up guys? Maybe six six one. But the guys ranges unbeliev less the thing when he gets going he could shoot from anywhere. About it. As far as tonight's game. I know everybody's got everybody was of course, undergo. Girl king. But the funny thing is said, but you know, the thing is I'm worried. Slow story. So you watch I went out, and they come back delay. But nevertheless. Yeah. For fourteen three games where they could bury you with those threes, but you don't want to get behind fast game. So that avoid about. But who knows these games crabby? That's the thing. You don't know what to expect an also on the opposite end when you face a team as good at shooting, the three as Wofford if the hall has an early twelve point lead, I wouldn't be too because those leads can disobey God, very very quick, very quick. But miles Powell has been tremendous. He's six two. I don't know what he is it the next level. But I know he's made quite a jump this year and is clearly vegan guy. And I thought he had a pretty it. Looks sorta online game winning three attempt the ad against Villanova in the big east tournament. Not that it would have mattered seed wise, what the hell would have been the difference instead of a ten a nine right, which puts them online better off Wallaby. It's going to be Kentucky if they win. But I mean, still you're better off being a ten. Yeah. When you're in that seven to ten you're gonna face a really good team in the second round amount of what no doubt, John and Tampa, John. How are you? Hey, guys. Hey, evan. I I wanna touch on Seton Hall, also, and and you've already touched on it. But I always see I'm a diehard fifty year old Seton Hall fan. I go back to the final four years been going since I was a kid. But I always I always feel I try to be objective. But I always feel like they do get screwed. I want to give you a one stat from the the team few years ago you'd been referencing that team is had twenty four wins and won their conference tournament prior to that any team that had twenty four wins in a major conference and won their conference tournament. Never got worse than a three seat. They were given a sixty that year. Zag out in the west coast downright criminal next year. Here's what I'm said about this year. Listen like, you said between the seven and a ten I totally agree. I thought they deserved better than ten, but regardless you're playing to one or two. Rather been matched up with Duke. I thought it was totally unfair for the committee to put them up against Kentucky. Purpose. They did it on purpose. You know? Yeah. I think. Like those rematch. Of course, they did just like you said just like they put Patino up against the Louisville. Bobby Hurley would a chance to play buffalo. All it. I gotta say though, I would not have rather played do would rather than Kentucky. Duke is an NBA team played Duke. Even like, even like would fairly playing Gonzaga not that they're going to win. But at least like they might be a glimmer Duke, there'd be no glimmer. Yeah. Right now, it would be a glimmer, but it would be very tough to find. Yeah. Well, if Williamson went and Barrett went down, it'd be very difficult to fight though. I will let me add at this point. I'd love to see Seton Hall Duke, they'd be matched up an asset. It would kill my bracket. Yeah. Right. You're not gonna win. Anyway. That would be fun Aleki port. Al. How are you? Thanks for the call. Hey, girl, Saint John's in that one game. Time. Yeah. They also hit a game winning three and Saint John's missed all their free throws down the stairs. Anyway. Wait a minute difference. Molly. How can anybody denigrate the guy he just got the knows more about basketball Pitino job? Again. He forgot you know, what I mean. Three. No, wait a minute. You could say whatever you want about Rick Pitino as a college coach then. And there's no comparison between Rick Pitino. Chris. As a college coach. Hold it. Do you realize? Whatever, you know. You can call them. Whatever the hell you want. Rick Pitino coach in the history of college basketball to win national championships with two different teams. Don't even don't even put Chris. And I love Mullen. Don't get me wrong. Mullins got a long way to go to beat a college basketball coach Rick Pitino is you say whatever you want about Rick Pitino nonsense with the recruiting stuff that happened in Louisville. The investigation. He was in that they say. You know, the school had a fire him you could get on him for anything you want to get into did a bad job with the Celtics. You could say anything you want about Rick Pitino. But there is no comparison between Rick Pitino as a college coach and Chris Mullin, Chris Mullin's got a long long long way to go to be in the same sentence as Rick Pitino as a college basketball coach, and I love Mullen. And I bet you Chris Mullin would tell you the same thing. So don't give me this. You could call the Tino a clown. If you wanna call, but he his point was in its week is that Well, Chris Mullin knows more basketball than everybody. And that may be the case, but we're talking about coaching and just because you know, the most doesn't translate great coach. And so far what I heard from our last caller is a bunch of excuses. That's what I heard. Yeah. It started with the excuses of a bad call the Seton Hall game which was but that's an excuse. And it continued with. Chris Mullin's only been there. He's been there for four years. Dential term. That's not five. Yes. Yes. And yes, the first year he was there. There were awful. They lost twenty four games. They were awful. And you could argue they've gotten better every year, which is sort of true. And I'm not saying you should be fired. But don't act like he's been your Chris Mullin should only wind up being what Rick. Have the resume that Rick Pitino has as a college basketball coach when all is said and done he should only get that. And I'll give you this. Bobby Hurley Hammy coach state last night. He's been there for four years. Saint thank you compare. I here in Arizona state. They were terrible second years there. They were terrible. It don't happen in the third year. He made the NC double A tournament. You know, what happened the fourth year this year he made the tournament and beat Saint John's so same amount of time. I look at the results, and what do you see so to be fair? And when you talk about how he hasn't been there, very long. And I would admit that Bobby Hurley took over a program that has been better than Saint John's at least over the last decade. Okay. Okay. But don't act like Mullins been there for five. And and don't be disparaging Patino gonna go. Look, it up say like, I said, say whatever you want about the guy, and I had my issues with him when he left the Knicks the way, he did, you know, he couldn't wait to get. Leaving the Knicks to go to I guess he went to Kentucky right from the. I mean, come on. He's a great colleagues wanted a great college. It's not even debatable. Shouldn't be a debate. We'll give you a bracket a little bit later on John hayman's gonna join us at eleven we'll come back with more your calls beningo and Roberts here in the mid day. All right. The spring sales.

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"john program" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"john program" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I would talk to people, and they go I worked at third shift, and you get me through the Bubba, blah or have a long commute, and it sucks, and you get me through this period. Or I went through a messy divorce and thank God. I was able to listen you cheer me up or whatever. And you have that bond. And so sort of what I was saying when I signed off was I'm going to continue doing this show every day it'll be on the internet. Most of you won't listen to it. But but you can't say it's not there for those who go, oh, we're going to miss part of my my routine, or whatever you people if if in fact, it is can seek it out and listen for free. But so it's kind of a somber moment. And everyone's saying goodbye, I guess the audience is feeling that way to get forward. Guests calling in and saying, thank, you know, great one wonderful time. And this was Jack's Gruber prerecorded. I recorded. Oh, yeah. Jack, silver everybo-? You guys wanna come into wish you guys all the best? It's been amazing run. Appreciate your friendship because been funny. Great ratings amazing talent, the greatest of all time. Onstage. Better. Your maybe the nasty man had a few things up on you. John brand Meyer was pretty damn. For your mother love. Thank you. She went your actually luckily that was before. Kato is not me. No, I came in at no after radio Hindenburg, I came in to to right the ship put on like us in September of that year. Then had a couple years of you know, give and take taken the frosty adding Frank about nine years ago. But I, you know, I it's just been a great run in the way to look at. This thing is eleven years and radios like three hundred dog years it's been right? Hell of a run. Yeah. That is and as it turned out somehow, I think ball, Brian or Dawson or somebody brought a microphone into my last staff meeting yesterday. Join John program. Genius Jack, silver and his one last chance. The celebrate me state of this nation brunch. Always quiet numskulls..

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"john program" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john program" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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