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"john thornton" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports

Mahdavi Motorsports

08:09 min | 5 months ago

"john thornton" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports

"Chevrolet, on Thornton, Road Olympia Springs, and John Thornton Cadillac Buick GMC trucks in Carrollton. Find new roads, John Thornton dealerships, they specialize GM certified service services open seven, thirty, six weekdays at eighty, three on Saturdays for your convenience. GM certified service and a great experience and a great service experience always at John Thornton dealerships that family owned and operated for over sixty years. The same family than not a big group. His can check out their website. If you want to check out the Chevrolet dealership by the way on the website, you can brow the new inventory. You'd inventory tell them what you got for trade. You can schedule service appointments, you can get part. Everything's on their website. Chevrolet dealer is John Thornton Dot Com. And the Cadillac Buick. GMC DEALERSHIP IS JOHN THORNTON CADILLAC DOT COM. Also brought to you by O'Reilly autoparts designed to meet the electrical demands of today's vehicles. 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And if you haven't been to Mount Yo, it's a wonderful par state park. They've everything from wonderful little cabins that hard to get people's scoff them up this time of year particularly. Everything from primitive camping to motor homes travel trailers. They have shall as they have all kinds of great stuff. Wonderful. Views you can see a lot of states. They have a tower on top and Mount Chehaa by the way is the highest point in Alabama, twenty, four, hundred and seven feet. It's not the rocky mountains but for Alabama that's pretty high. And It was thirty nine degrees this morning. So welcome to fall and we're only a few weeks from turning the clocks back which means it'll be a little lighter when you get up in the morning and it'll be dark when you eat supper. that a term supper yeah, supper. People Call Dinner. I guess that's fancy but. I had breakfast lunch and supper when I grew up hope you had the same thing. I don't care what you call it. Feed me. I'm hungry I want to eat again we toll free at eight, hundred, three, five, three, five, nine, seven. There's a lot of interesting stuff going on in the automotive world that affects consumers directly. One of them is this coalition of Massachusetts. Massachusetts is a battleground state. and. What's happening is the auto manufacturers trying to keep everything captive. Not Give independent repair shops and aftermarket people, specifications information to repair vehicles and so on. That may not mean much to you, but it will instead of a happens because that means independent shops will not be able to work on late model vehicles. So you bought and paid for the vehicle, you should have the choice of where you get it serviced. And who repairs it? But. If they don't get the information that will not be able to repair your car so you'll have to go to the dealership. And there's a couple of organization. One is repair. Dot. Org Repaired Dot Org. And the other one has the right to repair. It's the autocare company Auto Dot Org. Check those out being involved consumer because it's going to affect. What happens in Massachusetts have it on the ballot? And Article One And if that passes in Massachusetts off fails in Massachusetts. Then that's come off the whole nation. And you know sometimes you've heard the old saying. Be careful what you wish for well, if you wish for. The dealership. Only conviction car. That's great. They do not have the bay capacity are the staff in these dealerships to do a whole bunch more than they're doing. If you have a car that you serve to the dealership and I, do I have my truck service of the dealership? Bought cars and trucks since nineteen, eighty, five, I bought every car and truck I've owned. With the exception of my wife's does mobile. In two thousand. That was twenty years ago Every car and truck I bought I bought them John Thornton Chevrolet they treat me well. Always. Have the right price. Good Service. But even now dressed front oil change service. You have to make an appointment and it's not like why can come in tomorrow I used to be able to drive in even with their quick lube lanes. They're doing everything by appointment. Some of this has to do with the covid pandemic. Because their suppliers can't get everything to them. We'll talk about that in a minute. But short staffed. And the local Chevy dealer where I had my truck service to couple times I called up on a Monday. I needed an oil change and I was GONNA. Take a trip. And I didn't want to go over the mileage I religiously service my truck every five thousand miles takes headquarters synthetic oil decks. And a good quality filter and entire rotation and to get it done about sixty five bucks at the Chevrolet dealership. ICON IF I, buy the oil and filter myself. I have a lip I can change my own filter, but I get dirty I. Work. I got. Eight quarter to waste oil that I have to get rid of. In buying the part of even at O'Reilly autoparts I'll end up spending forty, five or fifty bucks. I get it done to Chevy dealer for sixty, sixty, five dollars. I never get dirty I drive in and forty five minutes I'm out. So I called up on Monday morning and I said I need an oil change. How soon can I get in? Isn't Thursday at three o'clock where the first appointment as I'm glad I don't need a cylinder head or transmission overhaul that bobby two months. Well, if anyone has been to a doctor lately, if you've been referred to a specialist, I can tell you, I just got referred to a specialist by my doctor. Back. In June I had some blood work done. He's concerned about kidneys. Sent me to a ufologist three months I waited to go see the doctor walked in. And our appointment to define go home. Siemian three months I want to track what's going on. I waited three months for that. Think about that when you got your car and you're trying to go to work and you get to one in the car doesn't avoid the transmission his dad starting systems dead a dozen charge need an alternator or a regulator or whatever. talented. Well, we can take a look at it habit towed in and about two months three months we'll get to it. What are you? GonNa do are you GonNa go to work I can take the kids to soccer and baseball little league. How are you GonNa get the groceries home. Yeah. There are a lot of places offered delivery, but if you're in the suburbs or the rural areas. You may be out of luck where I live I can't even get a pizza delivered. But that's okay with me. That's fine with me I knew that going in. Not for everybody, but for my lifestyle at worked fine. So. Think about what's on these new cars? We'll talk about a D. A.. S.. Advanced driver assistance.

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"john thornton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"john thornton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For something different to what lately done on DH. I've always had an interest in family films. They've been really important to my career because they're passed on from generation to generation. I'm introduced to new generations. I don't know that I need another introduction to another generation like disappointing my life. They might outlast me, but, uh, they will outlast me. But you know that's been a great benefit to so I enjoy making family films the other character in the film. It's of great interest to me, is, uh, nature. And then the place the powerful, uh, dramatic context in which This exists in which the president of the presence of nature is palpable. Um, even though it's expressed created in computers I mean, the movie has is beautiful to look at. And the capacity to get into the into the Mind of a dog to get so close to a dog that you you know you're right in his eyes when he's running on the dog sled is escaping from the Avalanche. You can't get a camera there, but you could give it a visual articulation. If you could imagine it, you could do it on. But it's kind of interesting. Visuals are incredible. A cz you mentioned here. I mean, even knowing going into this that we're looking at, you know, sets and visual effects that were not in the Yukon. But I mean it, it seemed was and I think you bring up an interesting Aspect of this because even though this is said obviously in the Yukon of the 18 nineties, there's so much relatable here about respecting the environment. And I love when When your character when John Thornton is telling Buck like this land, you know our ancestors were here well before what long before we were and there's there's that oneness with the environment. It's a beautiful message in the film, and I think that one of the dangers which I think we avoided with CG eyes that are often leads. Two with keystroke multiplying the enemy multiplying the good guys, you know, creating a spectacle. But when you take full advantage of CG in this capacity to create Beyond human imagination. You lose human scale that something you always have to keep. His human scale so that people can feel physical contact. Do you think that's something that gets lost with some of these huge budget movies these days when there's so much to see it over and over again, you know, there's too many broken airplanes in the sky in a dog fight. There's too many bad guys coming over the ridge and you just lose. Anything within your experience that you can relate to, and you say, Oh, this computer that didn't happen in this movie on. I think that's a testament to the director and the filmmakers. I think seeing everything when it feels like I'm or visiting a videogame than getting immersed in a fully immersive experience. We're talking to Harrison Ford. You may have heard of him. He's done a few movies over the years. His latest film is the call of the Wild. You mentioned that when you saw the script, it was already decided that Buck was going to be C g. I That was the way to do this. Yeah, yeah, because it was doable Movie is expensive to make. But trying to make this movie imagined the way this movie is imagined. We would never have been able to do it. Of course you've been working forever with, you know, films that going back to the seventies, of course, where there's no special effects layered and etcetera, you know, after in postproduction, but As an actor and again, Harrison. It looks like when you're you know, when you're touching Buck When he's reached out to you. It feels like you're hugging a really, Doug. I mean, you're just working off of the old kind of tennis ball on a stick there nothing. There wasn't any dog. There was worse than that. There was a guy named Terry Notary. Who is a really great guy are applies to have Terry to work with. He's an actor. He's a former search of soul. A gymnast TT. He moved like a dog. They were, he was able to participate in scenes as the dog just to give a reference to the animation and he was spectacular. And when I was relating to him, he was playing a buck for me, but doesn't talk. He just listen. And so I had somebody to talk to. And I know that I was talking to Wow, The intimacy of this character's experience with the dog is emotionally powerful. I think the narration is really keen on it as well. I know you've had, you know different experiences with the narration because at first, it feels like we're just getting Buck's story. But then it you know, becomes as much your story as well and I think that was a really key component and tying those two together. And giving the film If anything, mohr emotional half than the book even and I was very gratified. Then we worked. Tirelessly on the narration Coast because it was an easy things change and continue to polish and refine and some of the some of the dialogue comes from the book. But some of the some of it is not in the book. Uh, and it's archaic language. Actually, the language of possible is very different than contemporary speech. And with all the talk we haven't hear about To see G. I and everything. You've got a character who at times is almost paralyzed by his grief. But other times. There's a lot of physicality here. There's climbing and running, and I don't think they can get C G. I freezing cold water, so this was still had to be kind of a physically challenging role for you as well. Now I was basic eight metres front. All of that stuff. That's the front of this game for me. All that kind of, and is it still fun? The game after all this time? Is it still fun? I'm too old to be here. You could kind of pick and choose that this point, right? Well, you know, they're pick and choose to, but I'm a minute for the fun of it. I'm in it for the Emotional exercise on the fun of being around. Creative people are struggling with creative problems. One last thing I wanted to mention to you in case you hadn't heard, you know your old Maine Township high school celebrating their 60th year of the radio station. Do you know the first thing? You know, the first student voice heard on that station was no, it was you. It was you, my friend December 1959. So congratulations on that. Catalan egos. Long ago in a world far far away, But it's good to hear. Thank you very much I enjoyed talking to you. Great talking here is to take care of you take care of all of it. Stay right there. We're going to return with the WG and radio show case. A conversation I had with Cardinal plays super rich. He's a ham his.

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"john thornton" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"john thornton" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"8 53 AD can excel Chris Pratt just tweeting out minutes ago a little birth announcement, saying that he and his wife are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Lila, Maria Schwarzenegger. Pratt, he says, we couldn't be happier. Both Mom and baby are doing great. We're extremely blessed Love Catherine and Chris. Antonio Bandeira says the latest celebrity to reveal that he has the virus. It's a rather long message that the fans his Marquis of 60th birthday today, says it recently tested positive. He's in quarantine, and he says that although he has been more tired than usual, he still feels pretty good. Has the time for major league sucker to begin again. MLS will resume its regular season August 12th beginning with our local teams, LFC and Galaxy meeting twice in the 1st 5 games. Most league teams actually took part in some games in the MLS is back tournament in Florida. Now they'll be playing in their own stadiums, and they might even allow some fans in if local authorities allow it. L I F C General Manager John Thornton knows it won't be easy. I think there are you know, we will still administer very strict protocols both here in l A. And then while we're on the road and And set things up in a way that a CZ best we can will be successful, predicting there will be some challenge. There are there will be and we just need to be adaptable and nimble. Teams will play at least 18 regular season games by November 8th and then move into the playoffs. Nathan Roberts KO next 10 70 news radio like Elvis, This is Elvis Week. If you're not done with loving Elvis more than 40 years after his death of tender, you could do so in person at Graceland in Memphis, or virtually during Elvis Week, which kicked off this weekend. The online approach costs $39 which gives you access to a Facebook live interviews, concerts and performances in person. You can attend a socially. Essence candlelight vigil or watch the king on the big screen at drivin screening going. Viva Las Vegas is the showing on Thursday. Wendy Gillette, CBS News It's 8 55 traffic.

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"john thornton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"john thornton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Stuff like that. But. No I I just I had a I just remember may talked about. This stadium was going to be next the calcium. Soccer only. I remember thinking. This is GONNA work out. It's it's one of the best executed start to finish launches of a team. That I've seen because they even figured out how to make it seem like the team had a tradition in the beginning with the fans and the Eagle is at Eagle or Falcon. Falcon. Yes all that all those little twists, and it seems like they've been around for thirty years. It'd be well. It was created two years ago, but doesn't feel that way. They had A. Tom And the team, the team president and everything from your every move they didn't is since on to Yeah cultivating that fan base. Also to. John Thornton, the the GM at never been a GM before to easing, yeah, great moves with players and I'm kind of like. I think everyone would have been happy if. They just would have. been five hundred or rent. On top of everything that amazing atmosphere they turn out to be really good. It's a cool thing. The size of the stadium was really smart to. When when bomber makes the clippers arena. I think there's there's real wisdom in a smaller arena where it's more compact feels more special to be there. I think you should just do like two thousand seats. That's it is really tight. Keopardize says yeah, exactly, Pepperdine. Yeah, every scene is five thousand a game. All right well, good luck with the movie was good. Seeing you all right bill you, too. Thanks to Kenny the Jet Smith thanks to Wolf feral. Thanks to Ziprecruiter again. We are going away now until next Monday or Tuesday of next week there is a new watchable is the perfect storm. don't forget to subscribe to the Bakari Sellers podcast. If you haven't subscribed already, we are GONNA announce a new podcast next week on the ringer podcast network. Stay tuned for that and enjoy the rest of the week. Joy Your July fourth stay safe. So..

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"john thornton" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports

Mahdavi Motorsports

07:46 min | 9 months ago

"john thornton" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports

"Samo. HIP, my friend. John Chevrolet on Thornton Road and springs and now John, Thornton Cadillac Buick GMC truck and Carrollton find new roads to John Thornton Chevrolet and John Thornton Cadillac. They OPPA GM. Certified Service Services conveniently opened seventy two six weekdays eight to three on Saturdays. But GM certified service and a great sales experience. You can count on John Thornton. You can shop John Jimmy Tori online anytime. Twenty, four, seven three. Three sixty five, he consider address operating hours, and even schedule service. They have a great easy to navigate website, and they are the leaders in wholesale sales just log onto John Thornton, dot com, a John Thornton Cadillac Dot com, and browse away. You can check their inventory new and US as well as use the contact page to let them know what you're interested in what kind of vehicle you may want to trade. You can even see John. Thornton's monthly specials ultimate convenience of your smartphone tablet laptop. Check him out today and give them a call yet stopped by Miki, incredible staff at each of the John Thornton dealerships, family owned and operated probes sixty years. You're listening to Sam's garage. Back to work here toll, free, eight, hundred, three, five, five, three, five, nine seven. Let's go to the phones and talk to Judson about his Ford Focus Hey Judson. I have a while ago when I was talking to you I don't know how to add Molin or something. And I could get ask you a question about something else. That I kind of remember happening with the vehicle when I first got in the vehicle and after central while. Wouldn't cry. Just wouldn't start. The loud engaged the. Shift and labor and turn the key. It came on, and so I was thinking. Maybe had a bad I guess a neutral safety switch. So, I didn't buy new and that because I just didn't WANNA replace parts. Just you know just a fake that I did. Go get column. Is that a column shift. No of course you know. Okay so I I gotta the Junkyard and just get another neutral safety, which out of another Ford, focus well. I have noticed that that that it still does that. Periodically also. From sitting and I don't know whether that's just from a vehicle city, or is there maybe something that in that? You know that. In that electron, component or something in the wires or something that made because why would two of them do it, you know. I'll be a connection of an adjustment problem. But that that only works. In the stock position when you put the key in the stock position, it sends power to the starter by way of a relay. Got To go through the neutral starts, which are the neutral safety switch, so the car won't starting gear. It only start in park or neutral. Once you back to the run position that's out of the circuit. Okay 'cause I mean I remember trying to start a car several times at start, but when I turn the key, did the shift or back and forth I guess, neither jarred it in that position, or you know that's probably just trying to what you know. What is this crazy intermittent and shutting west cows in the vehicle to shut off their short in the system? I haven't checked the ignition really closely yet, but I'm just. I'm I. Didn't get the chance to. Tell you. I would look at that ignition switch. Okay but. That was kind of one of my initial dolls long time ago, but I think I had another. Add moment and get frustrated and just. Closed the hood and let for six. Six months. And then I gather again. You know what I mean. Okay Buddy I understand totally give that a shot. I, put it switching myself if my car with all the having. I'd put a switch in it. And, don't forget. Think does feel pressure sensor with a scanner. You could drive down the road data hooked up and look and see what the fuel pressure does. as Fun You know there's ways to the diagnosis. You gotTA. Have someone that's able to do it. Yeah I can. That was one. That is another thing that I thought about also okay all right well. Thank you very much you have we. Good luck, keep us posted. Let's go right back phone, but running out of time. Let's go to Marietta and talk to Lynn about a suburban two suburban good morning. No Subaru. Subaru! Well, then you gotta call another show because it said suburban excited. Sorry that Oh, yeah, if I had read further, this is how I got I got an open to. Suburban outback. Anyway that's no spellcheck you know. The tell you gotTa Subaru. That won't stock. That's the problem. Sometimes it starts sometimes it doesn't. It's similar to that guy that you just hung up from. And you know sometimes it starts just perfect it supposed to. Sometimes it doesn't in the meantime, but an another really in switch going direct to the battery to the starter. So. I sometimes I have to turn the key on and hit that momentary context switch to get started. Sometimes it works up the ignition key. Sometimes it doesn't work at all. If the battery it gets below twelve volts the damn thing, don't work at all. Then I got you know. Put a jump and start right away so i. have how many miles around your car? hard to say 'cause the end it's been in place, but I'm GonNa get somewhere around two hundred fifty. And I've I've replaced. I replace that little plunger in the in the starter Sola night. Thinking that might be a problem now now. We're talking that guy. Maybe maybe it's the transmission. Could be. I like you bypass system because that obviously works, but think about it when you turn the key to stop position doesn't start. And then you can push pushback related. And send signal to the status sal annoyed. And starts the only problem is. You're not getting the signal from the ignition switch to dishonor. That's going to be a wire, a really neutral switch. Switch Right Sam. Yeah a Lynn is the thing, a male or automatic. Damatic. Okay have you tried to start it control ever when this occurs. It's the same problem same problem, so do you hear a click at all when you? When you when you have no start condition, you hear a click. Yeah the the I'd clicks ended ahead someplace. I've I've told the panel off on the Dashboard and checked all those realize. Okay and when you? What when you use your bypassed, which is, it works each and every time it never clicked. Only. The only time. It doesn't work as if the battery gets low collection point. Eight eleven point nine in. A brand new battery I've changed that. I've been I've been fighting. This bevelled for you. Know a year now and I'm just. It works and I. IS THE BATTERY GETTING LOW? Because, it's it's you know for a little while I I don't know it shouldn't get. Well. Well a bit Salat. Stay right there. We have to take a break and fifteen minutes after the hour. Ten minutes to twelve in Atlanta we have create eight, hundred, three, five, five, three, five, nine, seven. We'll be right back..

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"john thornton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"john thornton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Looking for something different to what it lately done and I've always had an interest in family films they've been really important to my career because they're passed on from generation to generation I'm introduced to new generations I don't know that I needed another introduction to another generation this point in my life they might outlast me but that they will outlast me but you know that's been of great benefit to so I enjoy making family films the other character in the film some are great interest to me is nature and then the police the powerful dramatic context in which the success which the president of the presence of nature is palpable even though it's expressed created in computers it did I mean the movie has is beautiful to look at and the capacity to get into the act into the mind of a dog to get so close to a dog that you you know you're right in his eyes when he's running on the dog sled is because keeping from the avalanche you can't get a camera there but you could give it visual articulation if you could imagine it you can do it and that is kind of interesting visuals are are incredible as you mention here I mean even knowing going into this that we're looking at you know of that sets in and visual effects that were not in the Yukon but it mean it's it's seamless and I think I think you bring up an interesting aspect of this because even though this is that obviously in the Yukon of the eighteen nineties there so much relatable here about respecting the environment and the I love when when your character when John Thornton is telling Buck like this land you know our ancestors were here well before what long before we were in there's there's that one this with the environments are beautiful message in the film yeah and the other thing is that the one of the dangers which I think we avoided with CGI's that often leads to with a keystroke multiplying the enemy multiplying the good guys play you know creating spectacle but when you take full advantage of the CG I in his capacity to create talk beyond human imagination you lose human scale thanks to you always have to keep his human scale so that people can feel physical contact do you think that's something that gets lost with some of these huge budget movies these days when the.

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"john thornton" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"john thornton" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"The other thing you can do is is really just sort of in conversation began to to raise this as a as an issue with with your various circles because this is going to require a level of movement building that we're up for but his is not going to be easy we think we need to increase sustaining journalism philanthropy so the annual philanthropic spin on journalism by something like a factor of eight to ten there. I will say I'm a lifelong journalists. I don't know how to anything else for better and for worse when I hear other journalists and sometimes they run the the biggest and most important in the country talk about the value journalism. There is a a little bit of self serving pompousness and it I feel uneasy saying that because I literally believed the country needs these papers to to exist or news. Organizations were resumed. But it does veer into this self serving. And you often you end up with newspaper. Reporters describing having himself as if they're firefighters are. EMT's is there some any tip you have for for suggesting that this is very important but without coming off like a gas bag well. Journalism for journalists analysts. Mistake is a pretty tough sell whether it's to philanthropy or to somebody writing a check in a commercial transaction when we were just getting we started the tribute and I got really good advice from then. Governor Perry's chief fundraiser. And and she's like half my age and she's sort of pats me on the head and she says John. I really respect what you guys are doing here. But let me give you a tip you gotta stop using that word. And what word is that. She said journalists she said in a conservative mind it just lights up liberal and so what are we. What are we instead accountability Centrist down the metal good government transparency. All of those are journalistic values in all of those are the resources i. It's being delivered to society that we think makes journalism and democracy interdependent but yeah selling journalism for the sake of journalism and all of us in this community coming off like we're some sort of saviors is is a bit of a danger. I think there's actually actually less of that. Then there was a dozen years ago. I think I think both journalists and the public are a lot more woke to kind of what's going on here and and and what. The function of journalism both isn't isn't last question One of the reasons you're in town here shivering is you're trying to replace yourself as CEO CEO. Has that job ongoing. It's going well we've got a job interest. Yeah we've got a ton of interest. It's a bit of a needle to thread in the sense that we're looking for somebody WHO's really execution oriented and can really enable this little team that we have to. Intern enable these the news organizations to be more successful and then this person also needs to be a leader not one of many leaders. We the hope of a movement that that really drives nonprofit journalism as a as a philanthropic priority. So so it's not going to be an easy job. It's going to be a damn refund when it's going to be a really important one and We'll have that wrapped up. I think in the first quarter who have to live if I want the job. You probably can't do this job very well. In the next eighteen months if you're not on an oscilloscope okay. If you WANNA be on an oscilloscope. Means the northeast corridor for those of you. Don't have an Amtrak around you and you want to do this. Job Hit Upjohn. I'm not going to give out his address because you can figure it out on that front so one of the things that they were trying to do here is make these jobs in the business side of nonprofit journalism a thing much. It's like sort of teach for America brought people into education generation ago. Even if they weren't GonNa do this for a career for life rightist rightest piece for model tour of duty bright and so so. That's the other thing. I guess that that people can do is is with their kids or the yourselves in. You're a disaffected tech worker. And you want some some meaning and purpose in your life. This I ran of grants is going to fund about thirty positions overtime. We'll fund about one hundred grid and it's really important that we get great people so if you don't WanNa make journalism your life but you think it's important you think you can help maybe Google facebook. You got money and you don't let where you work John. Thanks for coming in and John. Thanks thanks to you guys for listening. Enjoyed twenty twenty or good luck in twenty twenty Jilani smiling. Okay Okay recode media we'll see..

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"john thornton" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I think they're in, there's for sure a part of it that when when he was the national team coach her, you know, there was. It was a conscious effort from both of us to to make sure that the discussion was never about the Bradley's because it didn't it it. It shouldn't have been. It didn't need to be right. We the the, the, the only thing we ever wanted, and and the only thing he ever wondered as as coach was that you know everything was about the team. The team came through what was best for the team only needing to always needed to to be there. And you know, obviously when when you have a father and son were on the team, then it it can be easy for that to become the storyline or it can be easy for that to dominate certain certain things. And that wasn't something that that either of us ever wanted. And so I think you know, from from both of. Our standpoints in that period. There were the Phillies a again, a real effort made to to make sure that the that the team was always the team always came first team with the most important thing. And I think now, as you know, as now he has had expect more being teams as he, you know, been around the world and and had, you know, been been able to see certain things and, and you know, coach, different types of guys. I think you know, he, he, he's at a point in life in his career where he has. He knows exactly what he wants. He knows exactly what you know how he sees being what he believes. And it doesn't mean that there's there's not conversation. It doesn't mean that there's not a willingness to to know. I think there's more to, yeah, I do. I do too. But what I mean is just that you know there is he's very comfortable with with himself with how he sees things with what he believes. You know, he, he'll he'll never tried to pretend like he knows everything, but in in at the same at the same time, he feels, you know, he, he, he's still stalling about who he is and what he is all about. And I think you know when when you talk about, you know some of the things that you have, I think that's what you see Mike go. I don't. I don't want you to talk for your father. I'm gonna give you my opinion of Utah me if you think that I am wrong. I feel Bob Bradley, you're father thinks he will never get another opportunity with the us men's national team because a who's in charge or how the leadership is in this country. I'm not sure. I'm not sure he's in thinks about it too, that it to that extent right now her, you know, I think you know, my honest opinion is that right now he loves everything about what he is doing that I would have see right mugs loves. It loves the loves. The people loves the the owners and the the relationship that he has been. He loves, you know, John Thornton and Wilkins in loves his staff. You know, Mike saw the Antero Zoff Jack del Santos, get Kenny arena. You know, every or two. What's that? He loves the broadcaster or. Yeah, Yeah, you..

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"john thornton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on KTRH

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"john thornton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"With advice search to the five men three seven on how to that's talk this week's to show the number women meanwhile that they're interested we are going in to continue or this the ones conversation that are not interested next in quite frankly week with we advice need help on to the both men both on sides how to right talk to the okay women thanks guys that they're interested in or the ones that back are not interested in quite frankly we need help on both both sides right okay thanks guys what is you shows shows mysteries jason mysteries oh jesus offenses we finish out the show we open up our inbox which is a question from one of you listeners and we get a fabulous fences person we finish to out answer the show we it open up this our inbox time which one is of our counselors a question john from thornton one of you from listeners up in our counseling and we department get a he fabulous drawn person to to be answer here it this time one of our counselors john thornton from up in our counseling department he drawn to be here great to have you all right well i've got a question from one of our guys and he says five months ago i had to break off my engagement after i discovered my fiance had been unfaithful looking back i can see god save me from being married to someone who wasn't interested in deepening her spiritual walk although there are still some lingering hurt guide is healed me more than i could have imagined and i've started to open backup to members of the opposite sex i'm not pursuing anything because i'm concerned may start a new relationship before i'm ready i know god hasn't promised me a wife but how will.

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"john thornton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"With advice search to the five men three seven on how to that's talk this week's to show the number women meanwhile that they're interested we are going in to continue or this the ones conversation that are not interested next in quite frankly week with we advice need help on to the both men both on sides how to right talk to the okay women thanks guys that they're interested in or the ones that back are not interested in quite frankly we need help on both both sides right okay thanks guys what is you shows shows mysteries jason mysteries oh jesus offenses we finish out the show we open up our inbox which is a question from one of you listeners and we get a fabulous fences person we finish to out answer the show we it open up this our inbox time which one is of our counselors a question john from thornton one of you from listeners up in our counseling and we department get a he fabulous drawn person to to be answer here it this time one of our counselors john thornton from up in our counseling department he drawn to be here great to have you all right well i've got a question from one of our guys and he says five months ago i had to break off my engagement after i discovered my fiance had been unfaithful looking back i can see god save me from being married to someone who wasn't interested in deepening her spiritual walk although there are still some lingering hurt guide is healed me more than i could have imagined and i've started to open backup to members of the opposite sex i'm not pursuing anything because i'm concerned may start a new relationship before i'm ready i know god hasn't promised me a wife but how will.

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"john thornton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Bill martinez the way you like us fresh everyday nine to noon eastern six to nine pacific and independent as well you know last week the chicago tribune reported that a group of former pastors and staff members had accused mega church pastor billy high levels of sexual harassment and misconduct the best selling author and founder of one of america's largest churches denied all of the allegations but bill wasn't the only pastor in the news last week andy savage the memphis pastor who was met with flaws after disclosing a decadesold assault on the teen and his former youth group resigned last tuesday although high point churches investigation didn't uncover further abused the leadership agreed that his resignation was appropriate well in the wake of hashtag me metoo and the sexual assault crisis how should churches respond to allegations of sexual misconduct within their own ranks with us right now is the former pastor a license professional counselor sexual recovery therapists with focus on the family he's been doing this for over thirty years doctor john thornton dr john welcome to bill martinez live how are you thanks good to be here today a good to have you here to talk about this pervasive topic i mean you know we're told to be in the world not of the world but the church is not immune from dealing with this hashtag metoo movement and i know your sensitivity is much like mine is that when you know the door is opened up here we've got to be a bit cautious and discerning because there's a lot of emotions behind this hashtag metoo movement definitely a bill i think what's really a rallying call i think all of us that are in church leadership and even the christian community so make sure that we're on the corrective side of this there are some really important steps that we can actually take that would prevent us from even getting into these extremely difficult and painful circumstances i would certainly recommend to your listeners out there who are in a leadership role to encourage their churches to have a written policy address these issues before him and to do all we can to the caller pastor have accountability i know one of the things i see so often when passengers are falling these days is.

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"john thornton" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Martinez way you like fresh everyday nine to noon eastern six to nine pacific and independent as well last week the chicago tribune reported that a group of former pastors and staff members had accused mega church pastor billy high levels of sexual harassment and misconduct the selling author and founder of one of america's largest churches denied all of the allegations but bill nichols wasn't the only pastor in the news last week andy savage the memphis faster who was met with applause after disclosing a decadesold assault on a teen in his former youth group resigned last tuesday although high point churches investigation didn't uncover further abused the leadership agreed that his resignation was appropriate well in the wake of hashtag me too and the sexual assault crisis how should churches respond to allegations of sexual misconduct within their own ranks a witness right now is the former pastor a licensed professional counselor sexual recovery therapists with focus on the family he's been doing this forever thirty years doctor john thornton dr john welcome to bill martinez live how are you thanks bill good to be here today and good to have you here to talk about this pervasive topic i mean you know we're told to be in the world not of the world but the church is not immune from dealing with this hashtag metoo movement and i know your sensitivity is much like mine is that when you know the door is opened up here we we've got to be a bit cautious and discerning because there's a lot of emotions behind this hashtag metoo movement definitely use a bill i think what's really a rallying call i think all of us that are in church leadership and even the christian community so make sure that we're on the co active side of this there are some really important steps that we could actually take that would prevent us from even getting into these extremely difficult and painful circumstances i would certainly recommend to your listeners out there who are leadership role to encourage churches to have a written policy and through address these issues before hand do all that we tend to the caller pastors have accountability i know wonderful things icu so often when pastors or falling these days.

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"john thornton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Look at what has they look at the rear view mirror what has worked recently they become obsessed with that and then that asset class are those security get pushed too high in the future returns are then mediocre and instead people should look at what has not worked recently because that is where the opportunities for better future returns are an either asset classes securities so forth and so on hey larry nice to meet you i was looking through some of your research that you just mentioned research i'll ask about a company that kind of stood out because good haven you say is not a gold investor but you're liking this one gold company and i can we call that barrick gold and talk about why you're so positive on it you know we we can jason you make a very good point the interesting thing about our holding in barrick gold is that we are not gold people by nature the other even worse interesting thing is that the leader of barrick in its transformation who is the nonexecutive chairman of the board john thornton is also not a gold person by nature he was the former number two executive at goldman some years ago in unbelievably town wanted person who took over barrick when it stumbled and set out to remake them to reduce debt focus on free cash flow per share this is at the end of the day mining is a business and barrick is a business that had once been run very well for its shareholders and had then really stumbled and mr thornton is bringing it back to those days where the focus is on creating per share value you have to live with the exposure to the metal which to us alternate currency and we're okay with that but we're especially okay with it because we believe it's in the hands of a management team that.

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"john thornton" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"A dane old shower exhibit called 6'9 without skates really liz skates he's like a towering seven point goof always know paul ryan from the montreal get aid my i got no not anymore paul ryan is good but versus what he's only five eight john oh yeah the a little bit of a thing shoots left good the other issue right and he wanted to come out and once system coming down righty but just what i shoot left the that's true and then he could shoot over to the other guy on the other side of the other thing all night nice path lined to line is something maybe issued a pack over to mr row andrew shaw at times shots it could play a joke of course he's a twenty five year old youngster out of ontario old this is nine out of promise this is nice want them against rape pork no way ray born the other guy who's the other kid they go bob yorked now bob your of course regarded as one of the greatest hockey players ever but ray bourque is the guy who i think is a better hockey player better bruin than bob your ever was that just 'cause you're gonna man crush on them so what it's still doesn't matter bob your good is bob you're a very good great that no it's not the best that you can't even come closest thing is the budget up north either even see ray bourque play you weren't even buoyed lucy red la at the last game before it got trade but in two thousand one he gets rated elena that guy john on against like john thornton from the san jose sharks john fort and john is joe thornton late brown did he really wanted here from canada is a good player though right now now it's actually which left more tilt toward new joe thornton was never good he was one of the over it most overrated players ever to put on a.

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"john thornton" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

101.5 FM WORD

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

"You're listening to heap lou faye the grass has always greener is something i'm sure you've heard a bunch of times john thornton lived at life as a kid sean is a pastor and in his book all but normal life on victory road he writes about his mom who suffered a severe brain injury in a car accident when she was a teenager john water rubs physically she could flew or water were farm motor skills were large yours or martin drew she would grab a wessels robotic linked to remember larger your old federal firm rebuttal houma house you could we must see but marmite the real start custom screaming it'll be okay because she was an accident activity story jizouli visit our house an oftentimes they they wouldn't come back because it was a bit of a crazy setting we think of you know sometimes even comedians or television shows in they bought of the ostby on goal you know the stranger's overcome the sedan her on thanksgiving or whatever and we've all got those same complained were those people with our own broken thus supreme and i was a kid ignore any better as an came probably of teenager asserts that i don't like this so not normal i want out of this why can't i have grown up in that house shrewdness neighbor's house white could boost people be my parents why am i in this house and then when he got to be in my late seniors them to college liberal asserted your other people stories us that are realizing all those home i thought i wanted to begin they have broken the suit maybe not the same urged the same extent as mine but we're all roku learning disabilities lands you commonalities live is all about here on meet the fate if you like to hear more stories or had a story of your own to share can do so when you click on the love it keep the dot com.

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"john thornton" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"john thornton" Discussed on WCHS

"Talk to the media all be be stern just give them the the you know one two word dancers back i actually was the opposite of that good told him outta him some tips there to help it properly present themselves maybe we could just let let them listen to a jordan mccabe interview right he knows what he's doing revise air air like this kid he's a junior he's he's going to be a senior in high school here listen to him so had a good opportunity to do that at a picked up a couple of nuggets their talked brandon napper and he has been here since late may which is and all that long rightly lays or month listed okay wait wise where are you he's added he's at about ten bounce already are at how he's at one eighty four while bellyache for him you as you eyeballed him little bit more i i said the he said they want to play one 85 as well as fighting and you can start at one eight five which brought need to be one ninety four in order to get the what eighty five because retired by the time you start running and do and all that kind of stuff so he's looking good says he's told me that these been working out with the with beadle beatles getting beatles put nantes some weight so what happens what's he had to one not nano our he sees khanna i mean i think he's i think he's i think he's north thinking north of at at these noises garanti well there's small smallish is the word for that yes so he's he's getting bigger you got fullpower kurdi news yellen involves legacies exactly one fresh new legacy offer ends one at an one that was out earlier this week in case you missed it yeah i'm meet start with the one from today in a buddy vars who has been on our show show many time but john thornton sun the first all it's hard to believe he's got.

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