18 Burst results for "Johnny Johnson"
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WWL
"And they look superior. I mean, that's just the kind of team That, um I think we all expect to be at their best now, unless they're they're just not the team that we think they are. They also beat New Orleans. They didn't blow them away, but they beat New Orleans. So I mean, they lost one game all season, and they beat Buffalo. Maybe Baltimore. They beat New Orleans. Maybe Tampa. No disrespect to Cleveland. But it's not as if this is the toughest team that they faced all season. I think when you see a team most recently, it can, you know, lead you to Over selling them a little bit when you haven't seen another team for a few weeks, Johnny Johnson tweets in the Ravens of Buffalo Bills game seems to be the hardest to prognosticate. Toss up. That's what I was saying before. The Brown seemed to have the hardest opportunity for victory against the Chiefs, and the Rams and Packers game seems to be a low scoring affair. Well, that's a low scoring affair. That is good news. For the ransom Note. Robert Again, you're talking about individual around again being the best weekend again. Obviously, the conference championship games. Um there's more at stake clearly, and you know you an argument can be made at the games that determine the Super Bowl teams make for the best, you know, Sports day of the year, but obviously, you know, with the divisional playoffs here you have Saturday and Sunday so You know you have the two games on each day. So you know, it's the letter combination of quantity and quality. It's It's the last week of wall to wall football, You know, so that that's what makes it you know, special, too. Quantity and quality. Like, you know, last. I mean, last weekend's almost too much in a sense, because you didn't have that many good games in while Gore we can get a couple this weekend. You know, I bet you three of the four games are good, right? Something like that on do you do have four games? So yeah, That's why It is, I would say the family feud answer. For the best football weekend off the year and you still have a chance to weigh in on said weekend in the NFL here on this show 855 to 1 to 4 to 27, Buffalo, Baltimore you got that's the toughest one to pick 855. 2124227, But we'll get a little deeper into the Tom Brady Drew Brees match up as well, the first ever playoff meeting between those two quarterbacks that's coming up here on the Robin.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I think we all expect to be at their best now, unless they're they're just not the team that we think they are. They also beat New Orleans. They didn't blow them away, but they beat New Orleans. So I mean, they lost one game all season, and they beat Buffalo. Maybe Baltimore. They beat New Orleans. Maybe Tampa. No disrespect to Cleveland. But it's not as if this is the toughest team that they faced all season. I think when you see a team most recently, it can you know Lead you to over selling them a little bit when you haven't seen another team for a few weeks. Johnny Johnson tweets in the Ravens and Buffalo Bills game seems to be the hardest to prognosticate. Toss up. That's what I was saying before. The Brown seemed to have the hardest opportunity for victory against the Chiefs, and the Rams and Packers game seems to be a low scoring affair. Well, if that's a low scoring affair, that is good news. For the rands. You know, Robert again, you're talking about the divisional round again being the best weekend again. Obviously, the conference championship games. Um there's more at stake clearly, and you know you an argument can be made at the games that determine the Super Bowl teams make for the best, you know, Sports Day of the year, but obviously, you know, with the divisional playoffs here you have Saturday and Sunday so You know you have the two games on each day. So you know, it's the letter combination of quantity and quality. It's It's the last week of wall to wall football, you know? So that's what makes it you know, special, too. Quantity and quality. Like, you know, last. I mean, last weekend's almost too much in a sense, because you didn't have that many good games in while Gore weekend yet a couple this weekend, you know, I bet you three of the four games are good, right? Something like that on do you do have four games? So yeah, That's why It is, I would say the family feud answer. For the best football weekend off the year and you still have a chance to weigh in on said weekend in the NFL here on this show 855 to 1 to 4 to 27, Buffalo, Baltimore you got that's the toughest one to pick 855. 2124227, But we'll get a little deeper into the Tom Brady Drew Brees match up as well, the first ever playoff meeting between those two quarterbacks that's coming up here on the Robin.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Eight rows low and off the shoe tops. That ball is caught. Wow! Bring it into Johnny Johnson. I mean, he must have untied his shoes in the process. On that catch. It was low. The delivery from shock. Just steal on the tackle. It's a modest gain of three arts. There's two flags down in their own total opposite sides. The field so they're different Flags have no idea what they are. Better throw there would have yielded an easy first down for Johnny Johnson. The throw was low, and so they never got it. The first signal is holding On the defense. The second, I think is a personal foul. Don't know Exact, maybe hands the face offensively, So I think we're gonna have offsetting penalties. Perhaps And Chris Cody's Our referee Tonight. We do not have the referee might have brushed up on her hand signals. Well, hence, singles are one thing, but you have to complete the hand signal if you're the referee for us all to understand. Thank you. And I'm wondering if Have shut down hit late. Nope. It was one on each was holding on the defense and hands the face on the offense. So that's all the royalties there. 108 spot the ball of the Oregon 42 yard line. 14 7 ducks on top. They've scored off the pair of turnovers in the first quarter trips left single receiver right shot good pocket back. The past pumps now tucks in the left arm running to his left. For the numbers knocked off his feet. Tackled is he tumbles over the 45 yard line who fungal came in and blasted him pretty good. Shock is a dual threat guy. Yeah. Won't actually had a spy that time on shock to make sure he didn't get out of the pocket and served them. Well. Is Lady tried to bolt But you mentioned have fungal who's all over the field so far this season, but especially here tonight, he's he is playing very, very high level football, and we covered the struggles of slogans. But how about the struggles of Tyler Shuck? Only two for six to start this game out? On the point Here is Snee.
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"Tyler showed threw for three hundred twelve yards and four touchdowns in eleven th ranked Oregon's forty three twenty nine come back over Washington state job tossed a sixteen yard scoring strike to Travis died late in the third to lift the ducks to a twenty one nineteen lead he added a short TD pass to Johnny Johnson in the opening seconds of the fourth to push the lead to twenty eight nineteen die karte two second half touchdown passes and the ducks piled up five hundred eighty two total yards in improving to tune out freshman jaded Laura threw for three hundred twenty one yards and two scores for the Cougars who led nineteen to seven but couldn't stop the ducks in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Thank you thank you thank you so much I think that's all to spend you usually use of Johnny Johnson I could be wrong on that one but you know who's saying those background the you know that is that those are the Moonglows I'm sorry Fuqua's group the Moonglows of the guys that gave us the will sincerely well I'm not gonna get on that note Salter but music Friday but I want to play that song because if you listened lyric in there Chuck Berry singing about how he's he's overseas probably do a rock roll tore some place and he wrote that song about how a man I I I'm getting chills I can't wait to get back to the USA that is the crown of creation of civilization where hamburgers sizzled on open girl night and day that might sounds kind of frivolous thing but that's that's that right there straight up literature baby I will and that's from back in the day when we were young and wild and free and as Sigur wrote one time that's back were making Thunderbird so that this actually predates that but this is about that this is about freedom freedom and liberty something that is not being taught anymore as being a good thing as a matter of fact we're being taught more more the weed centralize lock down control and we're gonna make sure everybody's equal equal outcome not equal opportunity but equal outcome and that we just heard Michael dell talking about he made is fine fine fine superfine American section American exceptionalism product based on he's he's manufacturing in the United States of America and he still to this day today simply doing that and we used to be proud of that do you remember in the seventies going into the eighties when they started to be be kind of like all we have to live simply so that others may simply lived remember that that second job yes that was the beginning of the global movement by the way that sounds good though doesn't all we listen your live in too high on the hog there are other people that can't live because of the way you live that's that's a lie that's a straight up why I always has been always has been but that was the beginning of the dumbing down of America the next move the next great move was we need to educate students so that they can compete globally are you kidding me it was other people couldn't catch up with us what they should have been saying is we to dumb down America so other people can catch up with us that's what that was all about that's part of that we have to live simply so others may simply live we were never raping this planet we were never stealing things from other people at the expense of the other people never but that is the ruse put forth by the people that are the United Nations that are huge part comes on foreign relations but.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Johnny Johnson was convicted of that murder doesn't seem to be any question that Johnson was guilty but there are lots of questions about his mental competency and Ben your film revolves around that tell me just a little bit about what got you going on this the approach you took with this case sure well I was approached in twenty twelve of with the opportunity to tell the story and I think it it seemed really interesting to me because it was a case that was very much in the news and I think just very much in the public consciousness when it happened but it was something that no one had ever really gone deeply into and tried to tell the stories of the different families that were affected by it and just sort of the the background behind the victim and the perpetrator and so I sit took its not virginity to gold more deeply into it explore some of the issues of capital punishment and of mental illness in the film and I think it sounds like this really digs into our our sort of primal feelings of revenge both as individuals and as a society capital punishment at its most basic can be a deterrent a lot of people would say that it can also be a former revenge he's getting what he needs to get and you are a lot of the the conversation and analysis here of someone who is in his case schizophrenic when the is that capital punishment elements when should be for both and when does it go too far does it go to for all the time and I think that's the central or one of the central questions of the film and and for me I kind of went into this I think initially with an anti capital punishment mindset but I also wanted to really explore whatever one felt so I talked to prosecutors who were for the death penalty I talked to you know defense attorneys who were very much opposed to it I talked to the victim's family I talked to the perpetrators family and I think as you as you explore all the different points of view it kind of takes me on a journey yeah I mean like I feel like I go I go deeper into something that maybe I hadn't thought about from all perspectives before and then I want to take the audience along on that same journey with me and I don't think that I don't think that it necessarily change my mind dramatically about anything but I feel like doing this and really exploring the story deeply in a documentary that can be you know a couple hours long it allows people to see those other viewpoints and just sort of empathize with all sides a little bit better than you normally would and like a sixty second news story with every we don't give it way too much give away anything really but with Cassandra's family the victim where were they where were they on this on on the death penalty they word that the folks I talked to were definitely in favor of that they felt like it was the right the right punishment for the crime was it hard for them or was it even a discussion point for them about his competency or was it just he did this and this is what he deserves yeah I think one one thing that was very interesting was from from their point of view and from the prosecutor's point of view it it doesn't really matter that much you know because once it's happened it's happened and then you know specially for prosecutor their job is to hold people responsible and I think that it was it was interesting that was the contentious issue was whether or not you know somebody should be culpable and if they have it diagnosed mental illness but I think what was interesting to me was that you know when you when you have divisive issues you're not gonna get agreement from everybody but you do sometimes find certain points of consensus and so what was interesting was that everyone no matter how they felt about this crime no matter how they felt about the death penalty they all felt like the central problem was resources for the mentally ill and everyone agreed across the board that this never should have happened so the one the one consensus was we don't have the resources we need for mental illness in this country and you said you entered on kind of a an anti death penalty HM I would assume and I think anybody no matter where they stand on the death penalty I would assume as a dad you've met your sign outside the thought of your six year old child in during what that child and do word and then talking to that family has got to kind of make you at least re visit or at least see where the other side is coming from a little bit on that front absolutely when I first started working on this film I had a daughter who was the same age the case he was when she was killed and I remember going to the court documents and then you can't not picture that you know you can't not put yourself in that position and I think that's really important because I think that it does allow for the kind of empathy that I want the audience to have I I honestly though I think that my I try to make my point of view not a factor I feel like my job this is not my story you know this is not something that happens to me my job is to talk to the bit different people involved and try to make sure that I let them tell their stories and let them say their piece and talk about what it meant to them and then I just try to assemble that in the way that makes the most sense and again takes the audience on that same journey that I went on a fascinating story once again it'll be at the same St Louis filmmaker showcase it is playing tomorrow Sunday three fifteen PM at wash you at the the brown auditorium there can get online and get tickets for a fascinating subject matter and definitely something worth seeing Ben Shelley thank you for joining us game lacks thanks read me it is the exclusive cardinal station cards take a break in baseball on the minus it's open line eight six fifteen the card it's Jamie progresses.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
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"johnny johnson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Yeah. You think boy there's a lot of room up there? Well, he put stuck up there and run out of room kind of like. My bedroom or the kitchen, you think oh look at all that room. And then before you know, it it's crowded anyway, high of nineteen today with a couple of flurries this afternoon down to twelve tonight up to thirty tomorrow. It's twelve it feels like one downtown at the gateway arch. Coming up on February second at the heights in Richmond heights. You have an opportunity to take part in a rock and roll trivia night that will raise money for a music documentary on the great Johnny Johnson called Johnny be good. It's hosted by one of Saint Louis as favorites art holiday, and he joins me here this morning. So tell me a little bit about first of all first of all the documentary that you're working on. Sure. Some of your listeners will this will sound familiar to them because I actually started working on this documentary back in two thousand four less than a year before Johnny Johnson died, but. Johnny Johnson hiring Chuck Berry in nineteen fifty to set in motion events that made Saint Louis one of the birthplaces of rock and roll eventually Chuck Berry took over the Johnny Johnson band. And they created music here in Saint Louis that literally changed the world the Beatles. And the Rolling Stones were Chuck Berry cover bands before they became the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. So they influenced generations of musicians they came after them. A lot of people are canoe. Your with Chuck Berry story, especially from the nineteen eighties movie. Hale HALE, rock and roll that was directed. By the great Taylor hackers. This is Johnny story. Johnny was also there in the delivery room when rock and roll was being bored. He was there at the beginning of rock and roll piano playing made the Chuck Berry sound extremely distinctive. And so we're telling his side of the story. Both men are in the rock and Roll Hall of fame with very very few people rather know who Johnny Johnson is hard regards that he's held why a lot of great musicians the cast of Johnny be good includes the likes of Keith Richards. Eric Clapton Bonnie Raitt while we're the Grateful Dead. Joe perry. Some Aerosmith early is from the Eisley brothers. John Sebastian Paul Schaffer from the David Letterman band. Taylor hacker, the movie director. So we've assembled a lot of great people who stopped what they were doing because they realize that Johnny Johnson has an amazing story to tell. Wow. What a lineup you did have in the fact that those people would take the time to talk about Johnny Johnson is just one piece of evidence about what a what an influential musician. He was no question about it. I mean, you don't get. Let's just take air clamps in for instance. It took me for years just to figure out how to get in touch with him. But Eric Clapton doesn't have to talk art holiday if he's not interested in the topic. I got turned down by a lot of people. The fact that you know, again starting with my top, two interviews, Clapton and Richards. Richards was always at the very top of the list because he insists the detailer hackers. When that movie hail hail rock and roll was made that Johnny Johnson being included in the band and Johnny got rediscovered. Everybody's like. Wow. Where's this guy did because by the mid nineteen eighties? Johnny it really kinda fallen off the musical map. And because Keith Richards. Was Johnny Johnson fan from way back and insistence to hacker that he being the all star band that plays at the FOX theater. Johnny got rediscovered. And eventually that set the stage for him to be inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame in two thousand one in fact, art of Janis legacy rock and Roll Hall of fame rated a brand new category that have never existed before I it was called the side man category. Now, it's called the award for musical excellence. But basically, it allows great musicians who aren't necessarily the band leaders. But they're also the reason that we buy the records, you get those great musicians into the rock and Roll Hall of fame and into the spotlight where they deserve to be that. Of course, the voice of TV reporter and filmmaker art holiday his latest project. Johnny be good. And again, he has a trivia night coming. Yup. It's rock and roll trivia night on February second at the heights in Richmond heights. Are tell us about that what you're going to have in store for us to raise money to help you with this project. I'll I'll get to that in just a second. There's one other thing I want to mention because I'm I'm really grateful to these two gentlemen, the narrators of Johnny be good are two of Saint Louis is most successful entertainers, John Goodman, and Michael McDonald's. You know? I I have to give a shoutout to those two guys were lending their names to project as far as the fundraiser is concerned. It's all it's eighty years it questions. So if you think, you know music trivia, then come on out if you'd like to support a music documentary that took place here in Saint Louis somewhat out. Obviously, we watch still all the tables, but if you can't make it or you still want to support. The Johnny be good documentary project. You can also make a donation my website or the documentary website is JJ the movie dot com. That's J J movie dot com and on the very first page. There's a highlighted wing that you can click on to get all the information that you need about the rock and roll trivia night. We've got some really cool silent auction items that'll be going online probably next week. Or cardinal baseball fans Albert halls returns to Saint Louis in June. We have four tickets for the series opener of the cardinals and the angels and an autographed baseball for some Albert walls. I think cardinal fans are going to wanna show Albert how much they appreciate what he did in the first decade of his career. And you know, so one of the silent auction items is four tickets to that game. We have if you're a Rolling Stones fan. We have an autographed photo of. Richards and Mick Jagger autographs by Barron Wolman that may may not mean anything to you. But if you're a fan of Rolling Stone magazine, Barron Wolman was the very first staff photographer Rolling Stone magazine, which means that photographs pretty much every rock icon in the nineteen sixties and seventies. So that's another one of our silent auction items. The website is JJ the movie dot com and the event is February second art. I would imagine that when this documentaries completed you're going to have a great audience for it. Please get back with us. And let us know when that's done. So we can remind folks about Johnny be good. When it comes out. I appreciate you. Having me on his letting me talk about this. I've been working on this project for almost fifteen years now, it's incredibly complicated because of all the licensing issues. You know, the things that. Film clips and documentary clips that show how great Johnny Johnson was as a piano player. Those are all things that can get me sued. I'm trying to take things very carefully. But. You know, I've got great narrators. I've got a great cast, which I just mentioned and Johnny has an amazing story to tell sounds great. And you'll tell it as as good as anybody can aren't holiday. Thank you so much.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"I haven't. I'm still tweaking the structure of it. But I mean, I have a completed film, but that's not necessarily the hardest part in hardest part is is how do I get a lot of material into the film material that shows how great Johnny Johnson is. You know, whether it's, you know, him performing in hail rock and roll or, you know, performing with Eric Clapton in London, you know, when he's bleeding all over the keyboards because he's having a brain hemorrhage and almost dies. You know? I mean, all of that material is part of Johnny story. But you know, you're talking about material that's owned by big media companies, and they have way more lawyers than I did. So I have to tread very carefully because there's one hundred and one ways I can get sued. And then don't know how long how much you want. To get into this. You know, Chuck Berry wasn't a big fan of this film. And you know, so that's been an issue all along. So I wasn't he film. Well, I mean, I don't know. I mean, I can't I didn't have a conversation with him about. Why don't you like this film? I'm assuming and again, I want to emphasize, you know, this is my interpretation is that a big part of the film examines, the songwriting controversy should Johnny Johnson have been considered a co songwriter on some of the most famous songs of rock and Roll's first generation, you know, the authorship that would have made him a very rich, man. And there was an unsuccessful lawsuit in the early two thousands. It was dismissed because too much time at pass there's a statute of limitations in the US on on those sorts of of copyright claims. But a very similar case happened in Great Britain where there is no statute of limitations on the song wider shade of pale by harem, Matthew Fisher, played that Oregon part that everyone recalls from that hit song decades later he sued and won and got back. He got a songwriting credit on the song and back royalties. You know, so it's a very similar lawsuit to the one are the similar you'll argument to the one that Johnny Johnson was making. So I I'm assuming that that's part of it. But you don't have to you don't have to tear down Chuck Berry to lift up. Johnny johnson. Those two guys were giant's neither one of them read music, but they created music changed the world, you know, one of the one of the story lines in the film is that you know, rock and roll was an engine for social change. Change because it black kids and white kids who were normally separated and segregated. They're digging the same music, and they literally had at the concert venues, they literally had a rope or a velvet, you know, divider separating the white kids on one side of the room and the black kids and the other. Well, you know, once that rock and roll beat started that wrote down. Yeah. And you know, so that's their observations by people in the film, including, you know, Taylor hack for the movie director about the influence that rock and roll music. And that certainly includes Chuck Berry and Johnny Johnson had on the integration of America in the nineteen sixty minutes a great project. I was reading about in advance of us to in the interview. And like, I really wanna see that. I mean, that's super cool. You and me both. Renaissance sports caster morning news anchor and now involved in film and also telling stories on KFC K for nearly forty years. Art. Thank you so much for coming in and doing this. I appreciate is put a pleasure. My pleasure as well. Thank you. So there it is my conversation with art holiday forty years forty years at KFC Kay. How about that? I asked him before the injury and might have come up in..
"johnny johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The first apple call a loss a one on that road. It'll bring up third actually going to say. And they will call it a loss of one back to the fourteenth. So it'll be third down and eleven here. Good use of the pressure there by Stanford too. Because they end up bringing both of their safeties down in the box. They bring the blitz. And that's where one where if you end up getting a passing play or a screenplay that's gonna put your defense at risk of having a big play happen against them. But once they ran the football. There was just too many white jerseys up by the line of scrimmage for Oregon to be able to pick up anything positive. So it back to the fourteen yard line with the ball. The right hash ducks will go with a slot. Right. Single receiver. Johnny Johnson out wide of the left titan. Jacob realtors to the ballgame lined up on the right into the line missile formation for Dell is behind Herbert brings read and motion from the right? Herbert waits on the snap. Low snap ground ball picked up by Herbert equals back on his backside. Back at the twenty one yard line. Really poor snap that time by Hanson. Herbert was try to pick the ball up. But as he collected he was off balance. He goes down and on fourth-down down Stanford gonna take time out with exactly two minutes remaining here in the first half. And we'll see the fuel gold seen come out for the ducks statement Westwood One all season long for the most NFL action anywhere. Monday nights Sunday nights, Thursday nights, the London games thanksgiving. Plus, the entire postseason seventy games at all all the way through Super Bowl fifty three. If it's the NFL it's on Westwood One tomorrow night. Our crew will be in Detroit patriots visiting to take on the lion's had Monday night. A good one Steelers visiting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Fitz magic Fitzpatrick. Hopefully gave Sean Jackson his clothes back..
"johnny johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Bad memories from last October KPI x five reporter Andrea Nakano spoke. With residents who fled from the steel fire that, started close to homes yesterday afternoon you can see the damage left behind by the steel fire in this various a highlands community this is one of seven homes destroyed in a. Fire that race through this neighborhood firefighters on the ground along with helicopters and air tankers try to save as many homes as possible but seven burned to the, ground Johnny Johnson watched as you saw the flames reach has neighbor's homes there was propane. Tanks and cars blown up right up the, road you could see flames shooting straight up like a jet engine, you, know it was definitely a propane tank a mandatory evacuation was. Ordered for the roughly two hundred residents living in, this area but Johnson refused to go. My wife left I told them I going I I Genesee my house for those. Living here this fire brings up memories of what the community endured just. Last October many here learned a big, lesson then and we're already prepared to leave at a moment's notice the beginning of. Fire season we kind of gathered everything that we could think of that we needed or wanted in case and put it all in one area so that if something like, this happen we get as much of the stuff that we can't replace, out firefighters say along with the, seven homes the, fire burned roughly a hundred and fifty acres even with all the other fires burning. In California this one became one of their top priorities with a number of homes endanger send a very aggressive initial, attack forces but this community having about two hundred homes on these ridge tops out in the wildland basically one way in one way out Was very critical to get resources up here Everybody up here has. Fought heroically to save these dwellings up here they, did everything. They could report from KPI X-Files Andrea McConnell and there's been. A good amount of progress on fire overnight it's still at a hundred fifty acres. And.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Phillies did plenty of question ball tonight from eleven five win over the Padres GDP, by the way Check. Teeth tendons because just watching it on TV look like they had a pretty good crowd. Down there I actually with my buddy. Johnny Johnson was down at the stadium. Governor fresh in KYW he guessed twenty seven announced was thirty the might hit it right or not. I've been twenty seven. Thousand people because there's always a. Bunch of people that don't make. It down don't move their tickets don't, flip them eat the tickets don't of. Which three thousand tonight JJ could have been. Off by plane but they announced, thirty thousand and change good crowd should have been for several reasons number one, Phillies during first place. All-star break comeback. From the all. Star break after. A pretty good road trip a Friday night game so no work the next. Day a nice night we've had a couple of killer days here in the last few. Weeks ninety plus. Even. When I pitch is being thrown at seven o'clock and a ton of humidity it was nice nice In the seventies no new medi great night. To take, in a game at the ballpark those were the upsides downsides, year Padres are a bad team eight they're bad and. They don't have starts I said early Phillies don't have a superstar will need a deposit. Race I don't care whether they gave. Eric hosmer honor fifty million dollars or. Whatever they gave him as a free agent this off season he's not superstar he's a good solid. Player that's all it. Is and they were willing to. Go deep many years in lots. Of millions of dollars that I don't, necessarily work he hasn't helped to get. Them out of last place in that division. As he so it wasn't a, a team, that you would consider a draw they still got thirty thousand let's, see if we can. Continue to pump. Those crowds up. There because it. Really stay in first place they're earning respect here and era earning your interest. And oh by the way we're down to five days to eagles camp starts and opens. And yes Wendy. World Champion start their season. They will draw interest I. Have, complete and utter fate in this town. In the, sports down in this fan base that you don't have to. Just pay attention to one team you can, pay, attention to duty if you. Go to Billy gave night it doesn't. Mean that you're. Missing out on. Anything of the eagles season. Certainly here in July. While we're just talking about camp even, in August when preseason game start all right nights if you'd rather watching. Eagle preseason game on TV then go to Philly game that your call if you're. That bigger football fan I'd rather see a game that counts and. August game certainly are going. To count for the Phillies than preseason games but that's just me however you want to handle it glad. To see thirty thousand down there tonight you wanna talk, bells, we can Sean, Holmes seal later by a process server has been processed out. Of town, they sell Mr Holmes to the Phoenix Suns they immediately turn around and. Give Jona Bolden a four year. Contract only I two. Years guaranteed which is. It the way it should be perspective on pick that's way most second round picks run sometimes you don't even guarantee to guarantee the first year they guaranteed. The first two but gave them. A four year deal at a very, flexible number if he can play we'll find out if he can play. Because he didn't want me with what I saw in, the summer league is pointing because watch. The first game, and he got like three offensive rebounds in the, first five or six possessions of the game. Out of this guy's a beast, on the boards any kind of stopped, rebounding for the next four five games that they played didn't shoot it real. Well from the field. There, were some sixer fans and. Members of the media who I thought were over hyping what John. Bolden was going to be able to do coming. Into the year I just a prediction. For you Joanna balden plays, more games in Delaware then he does in Philadelphia this year I think he will get ample g. league action time but that's just me and by the way the Vilis decision made trade the other day I haven't been on since when in. The three team deal they picked up Mike Muskoka. From the Atlanta Hawks the hawks end up getting, Carmelo Anthony who they immediately said Carmelo thanks but no thanks they got..
"johnny johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Rounded ends you know i wanna laugh at this but the more i'm listening the more i see this coming to the bay area in any second oh trust me when i tell you given the opportunity okay so now if you do if you get rid of the knives i will tell you you're just gonna get rid of all those knives and even curtail the black market sale of such knives in the uk guess what they're gonna go after screwdrivers next okay now what are you gonna do he says it might even be that the police could organize a program this bureaucrat mentality to the degree it might even be that the pro the police could organize a program whereby the owners of kitchen knives which have been properly unlawfully bought for culinary purposes could be taken somewhere to be modified with the points being grounded down into rounded ends this guy is delusional it's creating jobs for the knife deliverers you're right don't don't allow we should we should not even have broadcast this yeah we really shouldn't have even brought this up what were you thinking because there are liberals listening saint damn that's a good idea we'll get rid of the night we got a bunch of we got a bunch of crazy leftist taking their kitchen knives and down as we speak this'll make me safe here is jan johnson johnny johnson's got a story for us with a baby cries baby cries what does he or she really want out g i love that baby what what does that crying she reports that a new app of course it's a new app candy it's a new app offers clues for new parents.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He will know very quickly how it's going he's gonna walk in the room he's going to read the room he's going to see what's going on this is a guy who does have international business experience this is a guy who relies on his gut for just about everything here he has cut see how long i think within the first minute i'll know my touch my field that's what that's what i do what i do what i do surprise in that report whole are you going to do we all have this ability we all have this sixth sense if you will we can read people really quick and some have a better sense of that than others because they've been doing it for so long the stakes are so high they get really good at it they get really good at it here we go cut d he says he'll know within the first minute whether or not this is going to be productive cut deep i think i'll know pretty quickly whether or not in my opinion something positive will happen and if i think it won't happen i'm not gonna waste my time i don't want to waste his time here is jan johnson johnny johnson's got a story for us what a baby cries a baby cries what does he or she really want gee i love that baby what what does that crying she reports on a new app of course it's a new app candy it's a new app offers clues for.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WEEI
"Pass and not get out of bounds for the clock keep rolling here for a few more secular down in four they snap it would 235 take washed out of the pocket pressure comes cake gets rid of its hall fatter the way by johnny johnson intended for dumped bark and now the game 4 than four produce that is coming up they trailed by 13 they'll have the wall of the phrase folks they forty two yard line on a fourthdown eighty four but day is in their bonner is in there on the near side dunbar isolated farside right horton four from the forty two a price no state he eric king out of the back field takes the snap pasqua plate dunbar slain horse down down to the thirty inside the twenty nine 228 a to i don't know who's going to be more upset to see the other one go dunbar having to leave college and not have king throw into many more or heating not having done barney moore's receiver after this game first in tang king but sit out the balpa car office said how bad oh car just guys that was painful bite save bailey is a car kinda came out in the flat swing pass to him the ball was thrown high three reached above his head to try to pull it in and unfortunately for car he juggled the ball so he's looking up above his head trying to find the ball with both hands extended up were and it is and his face looking upward pressure hands up in the year linebacker comes in and just puts his shoulder right into his belly yours your stomach is the most vulnerable when your hands or in the air and james bailey.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Lower put in the band together then as i okay we need another energy you know we had johnny johnson chuck lavelle joyce bumper not all we needed another good tarba who is going to be that percent yeah and we're like robert khrais in here i mean you know obviously you love him air and like he's like a young chuck berry the same age children chug came out and you know the whole thing and he had that energy and it was great and he did brown i handsome man yes that's great that song i can he really made his own 'cause i key you know i know the buddy holly version of that too right outranked by diet rightly edit forgot about the yeah yeah and in young chart version like how man there's that box at the chuck box at we really look at all the sheeny did it's all a lot great song latah great he's a genius in like i i don't think like i think that you i think that he's i think he was essential the bob dylan to he's like i is the best he is a totally the essential to bob they'll turn of phrase from that uh uh you know like too much monkeybusiness it that's it at you like that that and i can't catch me yeah right yeah yeah but monkey business in particular is the bedrock of the at that i think sharp yeah yeah of of a leopard skin pills near leopardskin pillbox hats and yet as an mediterranean subterranean as on it during arms they never home soglo yet yet yeah yet definitely me up and you play will captain to yep what are you you like him your appointment him yeah was fun you know that um that the bad when i started hitting the band at i finally play 'cause we had talked about plan together over years mureed schedules never really worked out here and um.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Now i mean the is the movie thirty years ago so i can say now we had to actually dob a lot of aleve vocals on the phil after young with him with him out misery and have a problem with that he just what you have to do it he added some of the things you can say yeah yeah i mean you and me for people who are actually there they don't actually remember that he had very you know we had worried a voyage area because you know i i remember the experience your sure but we have to do a significant amount of fixing yeah um because she sang he blew was chops out on a pregant gave that he wasn't supposed to do by way right um yeah with a pickup and of course whether that that was the thing about this film to keats credit was keith wanted to besides get johnny johnson is props he wanted to reform millea rise shot with his own genius and to show the world how brilliant these songs were then that they're not all one big chuck medley uh chuck berry medley the everyone here turned everything into riots forgotten hit the brilliance of his own sought right goes it was as i can you do did it it it it it okay i have great announcing on my lawyers on the area whatever and then if i like it i'll give you a thousand bucks cashback back and writes referring get ira or when they were pick a ban on exactly what are we playing russia berisha exactly exactly exactly yeah well yeah i thought he did a great job with that i mean i've watch it you know i've watched it several times craze every mcrae that's where we met robert you it's weird thing about rubber khreesat.
"johnny johnson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Uh they go in and out there guy you know you don't get between brothers you know they they might fight amongst themselves good if you get they they they kill you in army right you've you've got the exactly exactly so um but yet so francs while years was very inspirational entering and so that's got all the space now just because of the song writing the sound yeah everything ero 9 out there and and you know what us in a big is the story here and so i thought okay gray and it really freed my thinking up as well as well as far as going in with the approach mia a what we can do and what we can't do and that led to get the hell hell rock and roll thing and while that actually came out of that but are usually talk it's sheep after that yeah dalai i believe that's how it went by these out where he first are you you were you sort of a part of putting that band together yes i brought the key to the bottom line the c uh joyce bump and out of the nrb bq which is the rally my favorite band at the time and he played base here and we iin a we wanted somebody you know a willie dixon type 2 somebody who understood that he are and joys bumper not on understood that they outplayed at any in a key that never heard joey play before and and so uh uh leapt i took him to the bottom line which is a club that no longer exist america's in and why you can't hear it out yet yeah uh but um and you got johnny and then keith main thing was to get johnny johnson yes it turned rolled onto johnny johnson two for for shock to finally pay proper tribute to johnny johnson and for us to experience what it's like to play with johnny johnson yeah because basically it was johnny johnson's 'try all dead chuck i got it hijacking data and india dealing with chuck and keith y'all got a combo believable.