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Judge orders 11 at-risk ICE detainees released over coronavirus fears
"Mica and a federal judge in Harrisburg has issued an order freeing nearly a dozen medically vulnerable immigrants in ice detention centers in Pennsylvania as we are from cable to be community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg lawyers are now working to free more detainees yes we are beginning to look to see if we can identify on their second vulnerable folks inside of these ice detention center this call tech is legal director for the ACLU of Pennsylvania the group filed a lawsuit last week on behalf of thirteen immigrants detained by ice in pike Clinton a York County Pennsylvania they claimed the individuals were medically vulnerable to cope at nineteen and we're more likely to become seriously ill or die from the virus given the difficulty of distancing inside of the facility people are double and triple cell there are sometimes forty fifty sixty people put into a single room where they're sleeping on bunk beds does Johnny Jones noted that several of the petitioners have reported symptoms similar to those of code in nineteen and none have been quarantined isolated or treated with individuals were ordered released on Friday and the remaining ten were ordered for you to stay a spokesman said ice continues to actively work with state and local health partners regarding additional testing a monitoring to combat the spread of
Lawmakers call on ICE to free more immigrants amid pandemic
"A federal judge in Harrisburg is issued an order freeing nearly a dozen medically vulnerable immigrants who are in ice detention centers across Pennsylvania K. Y. W. community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg says lawyers are working to free more of the detainees we are beginning to look to see if we can identify other sick and vulnerable folks inside of these ice detention center this call tech is legal director for the ACLU of Pennsylvania the group filed a lawsuit last week on behalf of thirteen immigrants detained by ice in pike Clinton and York counties of Pennsylvania they claimed the individuals were medically vulnerable to cope at nineteen and were more likely to become seriously ill or die from the virus given the difficulty of distancing inside of the facility people are double and triple cell there are sometimes forty fifty sixty people put into a single room where they're sleeping on bunk beds does Johnny Jones noted that several of the petitioners have reported symptoms similar to those of Kobe nineteen and none have been quarantined isolated or treated with individuals were ordered released on Friday and the remaining ten were ordered for you to stay a spokesman says I've continues to actively work with state and local health partners regarding additional testing I'm monitoring to combat the spread of the
Lawmakers call on ICE to free more immigrants amid pandemic in Pennsylvania
"A federal judge in Harrisburg issued an order today free nearly a dozen medically vulnerable immigrants in ice detention centers in Pennsylvania this capability of community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg explains lawyers are working to free even more detainee we are getting locked to see if we can identify other sick and vulnerable folks inside of these ice detention center this call tech is legal director for the ACLU of Pennsylvania the group filed a lawsuit last week on behalf of thirteen immigrants detained by ice in pike Clinton a York County the Pennsylvania they claimed the individuals were medically vulnerable to cope at nineteen and were more likely to become seriously ill or die from the virus given the difficulty of distancing inside of the facility people are double and triple cell there are sometimes forty fifty sixty people put into a single room where they're sleeping on bunk beds does Johnny Jones noted that several of the petitioners have reported symptoms similar to those of Kobe nineteen and none have been quarantined isolated or treated with individuals were ordered released on Friday and the remaining ten were ordered for you to stay a spokesman says I've continues to actively work with state and local health partners regarding additional testing a monitoring to combat the spread of the
"johnny jones" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Does it right? I know it's new AD. It just felt like you're gonna fire broke through that. You would have had someone immediately there to take the job and all eighty setup that hasn't happened. Now, maybe it'll all work out. Maybe they'll lay in a, you know, big time coach to lead that program. But it just felt like okay, you're going to get rid of three seasons s signed an unbelievable class. And you know, yes, he had a bad year. But if you're gonna do that, you're going to have someone ready to go who you know as more established. Let's say, but that didn't happen at least not yet. Andy, Finally, I it's it's the saiga. That just won't end. And that's the the LSU situation. Will Wade your best guess what's going to happen down there? I'll be shocked if he's ever coaching LSU again because not cooperating with LSU. So I do think it'll be at some point. There's going to be opening their, you know, it would make a lot of infamy if they went out to Muslim. And if that all happens because he's assistance Johnny Jones. They're very successful Nevada. So we'll see I just base some with Kurt. I'd be very shocked if he's back. I'll did of that a great to have you on Andy enjoy the final four will catch up very very soon. Baseball. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Joined now by Dino, Neil, one of the outstanding writers basketball writers among others in the in the country from the athletic data. Thank you, very very much. I know you're at the final four, and we'll talk about that in a moment. But I I want to start by getting your reaction to the timing and John Calipari. I don't know if he signed it. But apparently agreeing to a lifetime contract, whatever that means. Good afternoon. Well, yeah, whatever it means is the question right isn't appall any look need os just kind a contract extension this year at buffalo into the job in Alabama..
"johnny jones" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm guessing the vast majority of the people that bribed their way into universities were white also the vast majority everybody I've seen is. I haven't seen anybody who's not racial because the al-sharif universities do all the time. They're all about diversity and figuring out ways to get more minorities in because it's so important to the university experience unless your dad writes a check then bring in another white person. They don't care. So which very well made it taken the slot from three I only care because they're lecturing it's about fairness and diversity to all this other crap now level that's just insane. The people who are doing this though, they're not the university. They're getting fired because they they were rogues. They were maniacs. I mean, look, I agree with you. So bloated and fixed and an expensive in self-written. Just gotta tear the whole system. Don't think lots of people had to know what each of these universities going on. No, absolutely. No, no one or two twenty. I'm if I'm the baseball coach and somebody writes me, a check for two hundred and fifty girls at all. I have to say, yeah. Johnny Jones is Al shortstop be real real get to give Johnny Jones on our team. There's I don't think they're checks. There. Don't seem to be. I don't know. Johnny Jones is a ninety eight pound weakling. But somebody photo shopped his head onto some stud ball player which actually happened. If you're near the story, literally true Photoshop their kids heads onto athletes body. Like sloppily Photoshop my head on the LeBron James body, and I'm just gonna tweet it out. So like Harvard and Yale. I believe that's the case. The fact that it's happening all over the country coast to coast. This.
"johnny jones" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"So shoplifting. Right now, our guys used this discretion every day. She just being transparent about it. Right. I don't want to single out any one of the merchants on our system, but shoplifting frequent on some of the merchants that are on the NBA. So they'll call as will respond. Johnny Jones has stolen some razor blades some soap. And and what have you the manager ninety nine percent of the time? We'll say look I just want my items back, and I don't want Johnny Jones coming in my store anymore. The officer will take the items return it he'll tell them. Listen, you trespass? You can't come in have some further conversation about he'll go that happens every day. Let's let's let's let's use this example, put knowledge putting an arrest. So Johnny Jones shoplift. We call this. No discretion is no dialogue. He's just we just arrest them. Right. Two days later, Johnny Jones. Does it again a few days after that? He does it again. He does it again. We're not helping the shopowner when not helping society in general. We're not helping Johnny John solemn let me finish Hillary, please. So so now we now we take Johnny Jones, and we say Johnny what's going on. And we find out that he is addicted to drugs, which I believe is a disease. So he's shoplifting. He's feeling to feed his addiction. So instead of arresting Johnny Jones and putting them into criminal Justice system. Which would let's face it as more setup for. In in at the end of the day to pay your debt to society for crimes you committed against society. Would if we took Johnny Jones, and we diverted him into a drug program that was successful that first time. So now the second third fourth and fifth arrests from Johnny Jones. We're not dealing with the shop the shopkeeper the merchants not dealing with Johnny Jones stealing. The police aren't being tied up with a with a crime that is taken out of the mix and pushing something into the criminal Justice system, which you know, I'd rather focus our attention on on violent predators sexual predators. I've arrested people for drugs who are doing it simply to support the habit and have also arrested people for drugs that are in it for pure, greed and profit those are the ones that deserve prosecution. The one that selling for for to support his habit. I believe should get treatment. My issues there is in these hypothetical situations. I don't know that I entirely believe that in the first one, basically, you know, the store owner got his stuff back. He told them never to get in there again. And that that was the end of it. Whereas if you arrested him somehow, he's going to be doing it again, and again, and again, it seems to me like arrest is a bigger threat slash concern for somebody if they know that that's what's going to happen. Then a talking to and having to return the items. Right. So that's a great point. So everyone was upset about Rachel saying that she wouldn't prosecute these which, you know. She's she's saying that it'll be a case by case basis, which is extremely wise. And that's how it should be done. But let's make the vast assumption that the mere threat of prosecution serves as a deterrent. I have yet to see the empirical data which proves at now an arrest is different because I'm taking your freedom. Right. I'm bringing you to a station, I'm fingerprint, new photographing you. And now we have to get a Bill to me that is has a bigger. Deterrent? If you will than the prosecution, we still have that that is not taken off the table. So in the case of that shoplifter, I can tell you from I'm a twenty year, plus law enforcement person that's done all that twenty years in the city of Boston. I'd be more than likely to cut you a break, if the shop owner didn't want to press charges, and she just wanted their items back, and I say Hillary, you know, what's going on. Why are you still in stuff? Well, this is why did it? Well, let's get to the so to me an arrest is treating the symptom and not the root cause. Yeah. I hear that. I just feel as though I the way this sort of situation was set up was that somehow not arresting Hammond. Not even prosecuting him. What ensure he wouldn't be back there the next day doing it again, which I don't I I just don't see as as I just don't know that that's really true. But I don't think that's I don't think that's the reality as police officers. We can never walk away. If someone calls us for for service for help whatnot. We can't say to this person. Hey, listen, we're just not gonna do anything. That's that's not gonna happen. I don't have any concerns at all it really don't have spoken to Rachel anyone who knows. Rachel is three takeaways. She's very intelligent individual. If she's tough as nails, which I respect most. And she's an empathetic person those three traits can equal nothing less. But success in her success is our success. Anyone who visits lives or commute through Suffolk County? We want her to be successful. Because then we're all safe. So I'm not concerned. And I am confident if there was a situation one of those crimes that she listed on her website that deserved a needed prosecution. She will do that. I I am confident of that. My other question for you is and this has to do with politics to some extent. But the idea being you said she's just being more transparent about it, which I totally get. I can see that police officers working the street every day. They know what's a priority. They also know what's not they sort of know how to handle where on the spectrum things. Are you get what I'm saying is though winning is winning is? Transparent to some extent when it is out there in the public sphere that x y z is not going to be prosecuted. I could I could see potentially. I I mean, I don't know the criminals are out there reading the news or anything but word might get around regardless. Right. Because of course, you're worried about getting bussey already about having to deal with the system, you're worried about whatever if suddenly you're hearing that this person is saying they'll never do this. Are you worried about that emboldening people? So that's a that's a great point. So initially the way it was presented. Sure. That's that's a that's a valid concern. Assuming that they're reading the boss. And whatnot. But she has since that come out and said, the no this is a case by case basis. And in one thing, we we have to keep in mind, particularly people that have positions like myself. We are public servants. Okay. The public of Suffolk County voted overwhelmingly for platform, and she didn't hide it. No one. She was dismissed by the establishment. So no one paid attention. It was on her website prior Mary's it was on her website prior to the general. So I just suspect of that. I think a lot of people resist change for the sake of change. I, unfortunately, I think some people resist change because it's coming in the form of a female. I think some people resist change because it's coming in the form of a female of color now. I hope that's not the case. But this didn't come out of left field. And you know. We're only as we derive legitimacy from the public. That's what we can't lose sight of in. The public is saying that these crimes we want a different approach. So particularly in law enforcement, I won't boy with a history, but we're we react and reform based on crises. So we we responded on the three RS rapid response random patrol and reactive investigation. Then the explosion of crack cocaine happened in the eighties, and we swing all the way to the other side, and we sign this crime Bill which was putting people in jail for twenty plus years for selling a couple. Yeah. You know, so. Right now, we're in a new phase that academia is is is calling the great divide. Great divide, meaning between the police and the communities that we serve particularly communities of color. So we have to do something. I think the answers are in the twenty first century task force that was released by president. Obama's douse was city set up. So I have no concerns. I'm I- confidence. She's going to be successful. And I really think that we should allow her to get settled picker team cetera policies, and then the support it. I wasn't sure if you want to campaign wanted the job. No, I I actually I was nodding as you were talking about all that stuff. The thing too is just how people are because I take the tea every day. I take blue to green to red. And here, I am and buses and all that stuff. I don't drive I Mr. T, right? And that means not with this guy knows it stop. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I want a job. You should have more riders on advisory boards to kind of give you some good ideas. But you you talked about just how do you put forth the idea of the just the courtesy because I can tell a quick story. I was on a bus a couple of weeks ago, and was crowded and this woman came on. And there was a two year old in a stroller. And she was the grandmother watching the child and no one got up to give her a seat as as soon as I saw him like please have a seat like fifty five not that. I try to push that. But I'm fifty five, but there were like people half my age that weren't even cognizant of it. And it's like that's just the way I was taught. But how how do you communicate that to people platforms and forms like this? We put it out there social media advertisement. The NBA I think it was. Year, maybe two years ago, actually, put a billboards in the thank talking about courtesy and respect. And these chairs are these particular seconds of the trains are reserved for these people. But see it's refreshing speaking to someone like yourself who actually uses the so I'm one of those people that I have a personal vested interest in the tea because my family uses it every day when my daughter's mother was pregnant she would tell me, and she was obviously showing she'd get on the train in. No one would allow her to sit downs. Crazy. She'd have to stand there. So you know, what I'm gonna leave here today. And we're going to start pushing it out there and pumping it out there. More about common respect for one. Another and given up seats in doing the right thing. Do you need an adviser or someone? Volunteer on volunteering anymore for that. Those days are gone. Tactic me about. I always I always look for unusual situations on the T. I'm just a person who likes crazy stories like that. So some of them are not. I mean, some of them are just strange some of them are are funny in this in the snake, right because I don't know some people wouldn't find a snake funny. But I do, but you've got some some incidents that you can maybe talk about before I say, I want to say that transit police officer. I say this probably every time I'm on here in my opinion, have the toughest law enforcement job in the Commonwealth. We work in the bowels of the city. It's a city unto itself. We deal with every conceivable social ill, you can think of things I just remembered is somebody taking their Christmas tree onto the tea during rush hour during the how it got. There we stayed on there. It's well, we removed it. We don't know. How it got all my God. But this is the thing. I can't remember I know that on Twitter. I saw that somebody brought a curse. Onto the G during rush hour. I thought. Because this is all I all I read I thought that the person was trying to transport the Christmas tree from one to another. No, I thought that they were that the person was with the Christmas tree. And then they took it off. But or you might there was a situation like that. Okay. That that one is funny. So, but the, but the person that was another one where the person just left a Christmas tree. Wow. So that guy calls us. Yeah. The police department. Yeah. And he says he wants to Trent transport a Christmas tree doesn't own a car on the train. So we would you before. But but listen, listen, so I didn't speak to him personally. But we say, okay, sir. Listen off peak hours. Common sense. Common sense rules the day off peak hours, and you should be fine. Right. Well. This guy brought up but he myth. I'm talking about a fourteen foot. Screw ya'll like engulfed in it took up a train car photos. Tell. The Toyota RAV it and sent it in they were angry because he said, hey, the transit police said I can do it. And they said, you know, you bleep any bleeping bleep in blades, you said he could do this in in it took up..
"johnny jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Think about that until you land there, and you're like, oh, this hurts my bones. We walked out we went to breakfast or lunch or something. I and then I was like all right. Let's let's get on. Let's go check out some staff, and he's like, I gotta go get a jacket. And I'm like you. That's like a kid, man. So we roll down. We're gonna go see the liberty bell, which is totally free. And he and I are eating. I don't know we had something in our hand eating or whatever, and you can't bring food in. And I said, why don't we just tell everybody we saw the liberty bell? We walked by the building of it. And then you walk by the little rebuilt building of where they signed the declaration of independence. And. Yeah, Coley, see your sights, and and you hit the Lincoln. That's that. There you go. And then let's get back at it. We got interviews to do. So liberty bowl back here after the sun bowl following Stanford. A pit it'll be Mizzou against Mike Gundy and his bullet the Oklahoma state. So this is your bowls are lining up right here in Cambier today. Sick the new year something that made Dana white sick. First of all, the this is the first of all like commissioners across sports guys who sit down and are gonna shoot straight data white is cream of crop. Yes. Number one. He'll tell you exactly how he feels. He'll tell you how he feels about certain guys who he's still going to pay to be a part of his organization and still say their crap. I don't like dealing with this guy or calling guys out for the stuff in the nonsense. They do he talks like a guy who has a monopoly on his sport. And he knows people love is sports. So he can basically say whatever he wants. He's real about it and his fans love him for it. So if you if you missed any of this the big controversy, Johnny bones Jones, he's been suspended multiple times for testing positive for banned substances had his belt stripped about a year ago sat right against Daniel Cormet cormier than a two-time titleholder holding the heavyweight in the light heavyweight John Jones returns this past week and they're supposed to fight in Las Vegas. And and the Nevada fighting commission won't give him a a license to fight in Nevada because he tested positive for some other bands on that stuff. Some other something or other. So they had to move the fight to Los Angeles, which changed a whole bunch of money changed hands. I said it costs about six million dollars within a week to move the fight from Vegas to Los Angeles. Her cousins costs eighty four million. But that sounds like a lot. I'd say the payouts but about the saints, right? Yeah. I'd say the the the the awards for both of those sides have gone differently. Right. So what happens is Darren Revell who writes for ESPN does all kinds of stuff puts out a lot of statistics with numbers about events, and what they cost and things like that. He is a guy who I just Dana white is not a big fan of. And he put out a tweet the thirty that prompted Dana white to lose his head after the fight saying stupid things. Sometimes makes you stand out. What's his name tonight that idiots name that I can't stand? Darah val. That's it. Tweets out. Karen, rebel know about fighting number one. Okay. Let's let's start with that. And he says the UFC got destroyed tonight because Chris cyborg lost in a man of nude has one and she's not marketable at all. And can you know? It's just like, I listen, I'm pretty resilient to this dumb. Oh my God. Anyway. Anyway. Self blow himself in the head. Just take me out. Could you imagine Roger Goodell sitting down and quoting dudes on Twitter can this Ian Rapoport guy's name. Does he know about about taking hits in the backfield? Good stuff their data wipe. I'm pretty resilient to this dumb. So. By the way, Johnny Jones Jones did come out and win his his fight relations. Hashtag tainted. Yeah. So anyway, so anyway. Right along. And also, how'd you like to be the duty gets called out in the Dana white press conference, and the people know who Dana hates she yells. We're gonna have to cut that out for some other stuff, by the way spider, Leland cut together. Something funny for us your Westbrook stuff spider because Russell Westbrook. We played the sound earlier in the show came out and said, he believed he was the best pretty much at everything into placard position everything, and yeah, here's how I heard it..
"johnny jones" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"They get a bug pinned says i love bugs bringing up great and they get a spark leave fluorescent joe penn but more importantly they get to pick that penn particular color in front of all of their peers and that's the that's the thing that they love the most is being recognized is not just the not just the unroll kids are the super on role or or whomever but every single kid in that school can participate in this program because the only person he's working against us himself if he did if he or she does better than they did last time they get rewarded for that and we're going to keep coming back and doing that time after time after year after year after year so you've got the lead macedo lowest performing children in schools okay getting recognized they get to stand up in front of their peers everybody cheers and claps because they did something good exactly as a matter of fact that's what that's what hooked me on the program fifteen years ago i was dragged kicking and screaming hey i'm i'm i'm afraid of kids you on those those massive numbers especially elementary school l yeah send me the baghdad anytime but please don't put me in front of kindergartners and you'll be a little dog too oh my gosh the funny thing gordon is still feel the same way okay i am so uncomfortable around children i just don't speak their language exactly and and this particular school were just handing out a little tiny certificate from an ice cream parlor saying you get a free ice cream if you did this and and i wasn't thinking very very highly of that little tiny certificate and then they called out johnny jones name and john the entire school gasped and as one they looked at johnny jones because evidently the only thing johnny jones had ever gotten kicked him the seat of his pants and and he came up and he took this certificate from me and number one his the smile started from his ear lobes and number two he's holding this as if it's a bar of gold you would pride in that i have to this day fifteen years later i can see that kids face and i'm going like if this little tiny coupon can have that effect on this kid i'm sold i'm in and here we are fifteen years later five schools i was out i was amazed we are now over forty thousand awards that have been given out over the years over the last fifteen years and i mean it's exciting gordon that's a beautiful success story is awesome guys you know listening you may think this is an odd topic to be talking about on the mortgage doctor show not true on the mortgage doctor show we talk about changing lives for.
"johnny jones" Discussed on Night Call
"With free shipping always if you would like to get one hundred twenty five dollars off your leesamattress then visit lisa dot com forward slash night call it's the deepest discount we've ever offered yet home nikoil sent you lisa dot com for slash night call but they were just like tenacious d song yeah is the first one was like about how the apiece brothers came to be as a band and so it was like it started listen into gene crubaugh because carmine a piece was really into gene krupa and wanted to be a jazz drummer johnny jones who's like to to invent the dome like who invented the drums alone and carmine piece of saying he's like gene krupa invented at these jazz guys invented and jones was cozy like so the lead singer can go do a line of blow he's like no no marijuana that's what they did in those days coke it you no you know you invented the amazing drum solo that people would like come to see the show just to see the drums solo he was in going to get it wrong it's beck a piece and somebody which he was talking about they did superstitions wonder signing and he was like it was originally written for us and then steve is label hurt it and they were like he's got to release a single so he did just reminiscent about you could sell ten million records it was crazy there's so much of that on joe's alana that could sell so many records and by so many cars with all the records use old there's jones e is like there's a deep melancholy it's also weird because it comes on at noon it's like noon to to eat melancholy because he plays like the kinks.
"johnny jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Somehow wrong because it's toxic which i you hear all the time and i don't think it is wrong but this is the dissertation we just heard the girl who's upset because mom is you know crushing her dreams of the g class and the the g wagon in the mercedes and you know mad that she's you know limiting some of the credit card use and cut down two thousand dollars a month and buying her own self for bentley but then you go to johnny jones who's living life a little different there who's upset about the boy scouts dropping the boy in boy scouts smith stocks not teach my nine year old to be tough and not cry every time he gets hurt and so the problem i have with these types of movements we it's a little bit further every time you hear a headline like this to tell our kids it's not okay to be masculine there don't let my kid cry teach me not to cry and i look i like what he's saying here i do i like what he's saying here but you see the difference in parenting one is i'm gonna get tough teach mccade to be strong teach my kids to stand on his own two feet the other one is like i'm gonna give them everything they want and in some ways i think which the mama on the other side is doing is giving that kid everything she wants she's gonna have to deal with that kid that kid by the sounds of it all she really wants is attention and if she's not going to get it from mom she's going to get it from people on youtube and from other people and snug in their one day she'll get it from boys or whoever she just wants attention so she's filling that vacuum it or life by spending every penny because she doesn't feel like who knows i mean again i don't know where dad is.
"johnny jones" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Maybe my name is jan sport i am a singer i am a drag queen i'm not not a dancer i i'm a dreamer and i'm a former actor okay i am a former actor because these bucking idiots who say that their first day of school if personal and then she for the theater and it is cold rehearsal fucking status about this at least once a month the school over meeting new people and i'm like it's called reversal you are not getting getting your degree from your equity production of oklahoma out in illinois now everybody excuse me go to my rehearsal for my nonequity tour of johnny jones fantastic it is big of what's it gonna be think what are we think i'm really tempted by the bowl i don't think i'm going to do guys preselected top some respect for the pre selected this is rose as i don't think so honey her time starts now i don't fucking think so honey horoscopes look look i really if i can spiritual bitch okay my bad it's covered with crystals almost burnt my apartment down with sage when i was trying to clear the energy when my christian roommate moved out and my favorite my favorite movie as paranormal activity two i do not fucking love when somebody starts a conversation with me and they say something to which is respond i was born in dallas but they stopped me what's your fucking sign like right now tell me okay it's gemini.
"johnny jones" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"But to there wasn't ten seconds left i would have got out because when he first started sending up looked up at his only those wait for the new overtime overtime we'll just breathe let's leave it there i still think i didn't go out before the bell but that's another another story right because johnny jones all you went out before the bell then whining she's not before the bell in moved off the ballot you moved to stop it till after the bell so what does that have you saw me out matters i still taking i would've been to but but it still would has some losses like that done for you because that was pretty early on in you have oh yeah just hey barry just learning her i knew i knew i do well but i got caught in something it's something i i like i said i was still in my crash course alone jujitsu and the guy that's really slick amazing slick submissions and i got i got caught but that was one of the things i learned from that from that i learned don't get comfortable anywhere if you don't know it what they got get out scream over scramble and get out like i've said that about getting off the bottom one of my biggest biggest pet peeves guys to get taken down is that at moment where they get taken down they go okay now you let it sat on top i mean the time to the time to get up is right right when he takes you down go now you'll stop until you're getting better position i always most impressed with how quick they do that quick off the not or that that's the time.
"johnny jones" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Cloudy with a low of twenty three tomorrow mostly sunny becoming breezy and mild with a high of forty nine wednesday night partly cloudy with a low of twenty seven right now it is twenty nine at o'hare twenty eight at midway twentyeight highland park twentyeight along chicago's lakefront with the wind coming out of the north at fifteen miles per hour get your news first at the top of every hour i'm eric wrong on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn download here on seven twenty wgn i'm justin kauffman my next guest is a hip hop emcee from chicago ladies and gentlemen put your hands together for johnny jones running data for us wait flat data make dot really politicians trying to dignify the crap no catch starting to study what's that malik i just want my momma rodney upi when we tennessee look what you started clinton dropping fritters johnny jones grew up on the south side of chicago he put out his first full length project last year called eternal bliss and he just released his latest ep called cocoons jones is the newest member of closed sessions the great independent hip hop label here in town he joins other great names.
"johnny jones" Discussed on WWL
"And their name and you're not louisiana your who la la and i think raging caging fans thank a lot lsu fans are holier than thou and stuck up on a high horse and so there's a there's been this thing going on between the two sides forever so i think it'll be really an animated game i'm not saying you know any animosity on the court or anything i think the teams will have a great competitive game but there is that that ban thing going on and so lsu hoops to gauges in baseball last week they lose some in basketball it's gonna be a tough to swallow around here for sure but i'd say expect a packed house and animated crowd and and we'll wade really are a year ago at this onset lsu with replacing johnny jones and we sit wherever gets this job the first year is gonna be rough and and and we'll wait to have them in any kind of season tournament he's done a fantastic job as we just talked to we'll wait or heard from him in interview that i had yesterday with him on selection sunday he was looking forward to the nit and he circled this tournament specifically as big building blocks steppingstone for this team and i think he's right the extra the extra practices extra games this young team is going to get together i think it's going to be invaluable and i think this is this should be tournament team next year jock this turnaround is going to go as quickly as i guess the the will wade supporters and everybody who has the most optimistic about this thought i i'm super excited certainly there have a they have a top two or three ranked recruiting class devante smart to get from bill here in baton rouge joining the team got some big men and is read and others and.
"johnny jones" Discussed on WWL
"The one of the old stalwarts here even afford a here in the sec macaranas they've got a jailed late well love the vat i would you just said there by the way that is an lsu flavor johnny jones's the assisted to his former sister lsu eric muslim and i knew air back to his days as assistant with the atlanta hawks he had some time as a head coach with the kings but this is a guy that knows how to coach and i liked the fact that they lost a little earlier in their own tournament they're hungry if you want a sleeper that you could do a lot worse than picking them another one nobody's talking about now because they've had a couple of late losses but it is certainly capable in that american conference with two aim is wichita state the shockers are capable they build the final four as a lower seed they got busted out as a oneseat against kentucky when they were aid that one year but they're capable as well and and you mentioned cincinnati earlier and that's usually a team that bows out early but i must say one thing about the bearcats that is the one team that can play offense and defense equally well and most teams like virginia leans more on defense villanova leaves born offense cincinnati and i've watched six games and never picked them because they always power but i'm tempted because they one of the best defensive teams in in college basketball i'm saying like a top five and there are certainly one of the top 10 offense offensive teams and that's a rare combination so if you're looking for levers that people might not picky know those could be some because that's the key winning you don't want to pick what everybody's going to do no gotta go against the grain a little bit of your pool small you go chocolate twenty your listeners you you gotta get inventative right and how about it could this finally be the year and.
"johnny jones" Discussed on WWL
"I think that that had everything to do with will be at all those of us thought live you know we we go out there and listen johnny jones with beloved them they'd love they really like country was able to do with basketball uh you know program as far as as a guy but they're just kind of mit there there was kinda just this missing element in dan i remember when i first that will wait i was down a vat roots for the fcc spring to where we did for football and i sat in his office he wasn't even moved in i think he had just been announced like two days prior and i mean i talked to him and i probably got yeah i just got this vibe of energy was like a drink a red bull and a at a five hour you don't you get the same time helping you just telling you had this passion that he was going to unlock something and i think you saw flashes of that this year um that that trump is not exactly chris jackson but he got those ball but you know so uh i thought that was an impressive then the recruited class i mean they're they're gonna try to make lsu a proud basketball program once again eight and uh and i think that that's the thing that's not only gonna help lsu but it's gonna help the league that the coaching has gotten a whole lot better uh within the last yes uh i'll probably from two or three years talking to peter burns studio hosted espn's sec network about the sec here conference tournament basketball lsu and as we head into the nc delay basketball tournaments who is in your mind who's the best team in this sec analysts might be a little rehashing what we just talked about one team iis maybe this is to question here's the best him who do you think we make the deepest run in the tournament in on a i.
"johnny jones" Discussed on WWL
"Dunno coach johnny jones was able to do that would have been simmons because you don't have a guy that big that has the handled that been simmons does look good is seventy six years are trying to entice a lebron james to go there what what what where they were almost like an afterthought and the worst of the lee but when you get players and you get a guy like vince him in a bid savage when he needs to do the if he ever now you going to work on this because karl malone today to bail man year work owners outside shot only begin get that holcombe alone became the amedee a huge you consider if you consider tim duncan the four in some people do we know but this item would say fourth place five because when he was they started as a four because they robson was the fire but the two greatest power forward ever or call malone in tim duncan deep they could shoot the osborne die zero forward i seen the mailman a college of louisiana tech the eggers who promote that i ate became he was money at the end of his career wale fatty ave oh had salmon number the body annette avello outside shot have been unable to the same way it up yeah lance will come and get you to his will sports on continues here on wwl no now another traffic update on a big 870 wwl and wwl on fm at 105 3 from the wwl traffic center i'm bob frost as you make your way from the west bank to the east bank of the crescent city connection delays back to general de gaulle riverbound expressway delays are back the claiborne cover the infant new orleans these to the cbd stopandgo traffic back around orleans and as you make your way out to the high rise law nad legion feels on the idea and and the six ten six the end headed after memory slowdowns back to sippy part in that continues all the way out to the kenner area that opens up after of wigan's boulevard we do have a police action going on on the itn coming in from the kanter area headed to metal break right pass loyola and that's got delays back past the i three tim there were advis reads while the causeway and looking good as you make your way on i twelve alive fifty five traffic brought to you by the.
"johnny jones" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Your bowl for what i call is a rental season his only requirement is to pass six credit hours in the first semester right now you have to register for twelve full load but you just have to pass it so you passed six and you've got it you normally you got a pass towards but he eligible but after that first semester your put an academic probation right also why because you asked all you have to do is again register for a full load again twelve hours but this time you don't even have to go to class because this season ends one month before the spring semester ends so at the end of the spring semester okay you're suspended from the university but it doesn't matter because you're eligible during the time basketball season uh uh uh the second half of the balance this situation jimmy that was the situation with ben simmons at it lsu ride been simmons's like listen i don't wanna come to college frankly i guess i'll go to lsu and then win win johnny jones when he was a coach that was the top spot for johnny jones because he's got guys on ele she's roster now going to be there two or three years and they will will benz is not vince not going to class any more like why should been still get to play if he's not going to class but yet i gotta i get in trouble if i don't go to class and that's why they sat down ben simmons and that's why i've been simmons got upset no that's why he thought hey why in the world of my doing this facade so i yeah i think we're going to get closer to getting rid of the one in done and that's fine either make it like college basketball baseball where you're either in or you're out like you can go pro that's fine or if you're going to come to college you're gonna be there for two years maybe that slows down all i know is that this is part of the fbi stepping in is going to create some change in the and again that's good for everybody.
"johnny jones" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"We don't forget we are going to go down to johnny jones in times square going to continue to do this because he's right there johnny on the spot we're getting closer which is the big time cheer uram up some harry's miserable use miserable where we're lesson a half hour away from two thousand eighteen it's exciting it is it really is exciting especially from our vantage point way above times where we could look down we've got you know though little treats here the eden we've got some drinks and and of course see you on the radio types of fund with them and alone yeah for us it's perfect looking down there looks like it's a sea of humanity anyway david cone do you have any predictions will be movies television food music what what what do you think is going to happen this year upcoming two thousand eighteen okay what let's start with movies first of all going okay so there's a there's going to be a new ventures movie believe it or not the third of the fourth one whatever number there on here is my affinity war just so you know okay adventures vendors of infinity war my prediction is this will be the lowest grossing movie maybe not the lowest put the train will start to come down four superhero movies and this movie will be cited as the tipping point for when superhero movies started the decline and i disagree i think that ain't man and wasp which is coming out this year whether avengers if any war is successful and on i think he's gonna be a big success uh eight men and wasp e medium is going to be a huge surprise knows only expect what happens here there's going to be big numbers on this it it it's catching on that he's a little guy that little bit of superhero powers he now has a is love interest with him and this is going to be group already is going to like take over the top is that whilst wasp as the yes yes interesting now you have any flagship thing is a waving of another one sorry gracious i.
"johnny jones" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"This sentencing thing for blacks who are caught dealing narcotics the subtext is well i'm anne choice uh they can't get a job they can get a fair play because of their skin color so they have to deal drugs and then when you catch him you really looking for them you're not leung for the white dealer new which is crazy because everybody knows that in the inner city the black drug dealers rules and they're out on the street they're causing a public safety problems chicago's abdus example those people getting killed over drug turf in chicago all right so we're the police from going to go are they going to go to wall street where some guy dealing cocaine in an office are which is not easy to find not easy to get a warrant to do that or are you going to go down when his six guys with glotz all right selling heroin on the street come on so not with all of all perspective now has been lost now here's my final question is there anything that use sink anybody can say too eric read and his fellow travellers were kneeling and disrespecting lynch near oakland raiders is a big offender anything that we we could say two may be broadened their prospectus you know bill you can you can we allow johnny jones god bless them who walked portrait was worked in afghanistan and he can tell you that there was a time when i was born in a cave far far away and i've heard the starspangled banner and i cried because bought me home.