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"johnny williams" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"I think the danger of taking him as your top running back or your second running back is that you got to make sure you're planning ahead in the rest of your draft. I just don't know like there's not enough indicators. Right now that he is going to be the guy from the start of the season that i could feel comfortable drafting him and start again in week one and expecting it to be no doubt about it decision. He's ranked rb twenty. Excuse me ranked rb twenty nine for me in part because of what i think. It looks like by the end of the year matthews drawing this comparison and a couple of different cases. This year's camakers right like may not start that way but it could finish the way. They came acres finished last year. I think is appropriate. But i just want to. The key was an early target for a lotta people and right after the draft. Cause he's a good player. One of the two running backs from north carolina drafted this year news. a high second round. Pick like that's pretty valuable. Draft status but melvin gordon still a factor until proven otherwise. Like i kinda think. He's a little bit underrated. Now's a player. So johnny williams really talented guy and may get there eventually but daniel. I'm not quite there is like a starting target for me. Early my draft. So here's my question for you then is. Is this a situation where you're drafting either. Zero running backs from the broncos or two running back from the broncos are you okay grabbing either one or if you're going to grab one. Would you rather grab melvin gordon. Around later than devante william. I'd rather have devante williams. There's a better chance like if one of them sixteen games. I think is going to wind up being fourteen games. I should say fourteen games of the seventeen. I think it sh avant williams like by the end of the first month of the season. They're like okay. He's just too good. We can't we can't hold them back anymore. Sure i think there's just the scenario in which a broncos running back is a consistent top fifteen play more likely involves to bunt they williamson does said great. Now he's going. Where around the eight eight to nine thousand nine hundred and i think that's where i fit in the mock draft. They've done. That's why i'm sorta aiming and i usually have two running backs before i take devante to me. That's what i'm looking at is getting two running backs before him. If my draft works out that way. Because then i know i've got somebody with enough upside that he could leapfrog into one of the top two running backs but what a great flex player to have if the yeah volume even if he doesn't you know turkey one because it looked really promising early. It's kind of involved a little bit in the months since the draft. We're gonna get to the chiefs in just a second but it's time now for a blind resume and blind resume is brought to you by hot wire book. An expensive hotel for cheap on hot wire down on the hot wire app book. Beyond your wildest means all bookings our final we got two players here you ready for this one. Since during the twenty twenty season average five point eight catches per game had six top ten finishes at twenty twenty seven years old. That player tyreek hill. Second one five point nine receptions per game five top ten finishes in the age of twenty five. That's like right there man. I got this wants to find you. What do you think i. I'm terrible at this venture guest me last. I was told the last time. I guessed on a trivia question. I ruined it for everyone else. I would guess calvin ridley. I'm gonna go with chris godwin. ooh i like that. Can the answer is how tae johnson. I would not have guessed you. Aren't they johnson right. So how often do you think hymning. I would love to know where chase play. Pool is on that. Because i feel like they flip flopped. You have a week and then we'll have a week on weeks a week. You get a week. Kill as we know. We'll talk about him in just a moment and so let me. Just say something real quick. It is eleven thirty seven. We're doing this show live as we do every single day we've got twenty. Three minutes of the show is over this chiefs. They might be on five minutes all right. And if i go different directions cheese so this is just like the chiefs are the saints. Were for a long time and fantasy. Is that like what you saw was what you got and it. Was you know exactly what you were getting week in week out. So patrick mahomes on a point game basis. Last year quarterback one member missed a little bit of time so miracle that he was out for as little time as he was that last two years ago. Well i was two years a couple of things but last year. He had the turf toe injury that he basically played through. It was unbelievable. I was thinking number two years ago. Yes we were out to dinner and they were with us and we all sat there. We're out to dinner with a couple of amazing guests on the podcast and we were watching it and it was against denver on thursday night but two years ago we were actually able to cut. The number of people is last year. Were not under code protocol so Had he had that patella solicitation. When out had i think they reduced it on the field is what happened if i remember correctly but he had a dislocated kneecap and then there was that time we were like. How long is it gonna take for him to come back. I'll tell you one thing that came from that i mean. He bounced back but quarterback snake. Not a part of patrick mahomes game in ever more. let's talk about the just. The credentials are pretty simple here. If you're looking for the quarterback that has the greatest chance of giving you weekly upside. There is no player. Not not one. That presents the same level of upside as patrick. Mahomes guy can throw for four touchdowns in a quarter guy can throw for three hundred yards and a half. He can do it all last year. He had four thousand seven hundred. Forty passing art thirty eight touchdowns he added three hundred eight rushing yards four rushing touchdowns. He's probably not going to rush for six hundred yards in a season but he might consistently give you five rushing touchdowns the chiefs are not going to do a ton of design runs. Patrick mahomes but again enough. No quarterback gives you a chance to have twenty five points in a week more so than patrick mahomes on a consistent basis field. Can i ask a question about this. Will work is interesting. Because i want to know from a strategy perspective. He's a guy that we see going. Adp is the to return. I'm wondering two questions one. Where are you taking a quarterback. We've seen in our marks and a two.
"johnny williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Others they're doing these days. Well, I had a very good time doing it. I met some brilliantly talented people. Uh, I I haven't set foot in the movie studios since 1965. And I haven't missed it for a split second. I don't like writing from movies very much, but I know that lots of very talented people do and when you have people like Johnny Williams or Jerry Goldsmith They really contributed a great deal to most pictures, and it's my loss, I guess, but it just doesn't interest me. And I love it when your freedom is Johnny Williams on By the way, should I refer t? I suppose I should have referred to you as Sir Andre. You were awarded the knighthood by Her Majesty. A few years ago, and I know that you've been asked this a million times. But does that change your life in any way, shape or form afterwards? Not release. No, really? Not in the least know if if, if the title Sir is on your credit card, you get faster service in in a department store in London, Andre Previn. I'm of jazz fan. Many of our listeners are and along with all of the amazing work you've done. For symphonic orchestra and in opera and in all kinds of musical genre. There, of course, is your love of Jess and your expertise, and Jesse Was this something that started as a cz Andre the youngster or it is something that you developed and grew into when you get to know more about music. Well, No, I mean, I started studying when I was five. So, uh But I got interested in jazz when I came to the United States, and actually, I didn't really get going with it much before I was a teenager, and from then on, I was interested and I started the copying certain people and I'm doing very badly. I'm sure. And since then I've kept up uninterested it. Who would you say you most tried to copy early on? And who would you really say is is up there In terms of your your jazz hero? Who would be? Who would be one or two of your jazz heroes can Yes. Well, the first one that I started. When I heard that I started copying was Art Tatum, which is of and now you know, one's jazz heroes tend to remain the same ones. You had a new youth. You don't really Ah, unless,.
"johnny williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I met some of brilliantly talented people. Uh, I I haven't set foot in the movie studios since 1965. And I haven't missed it for a split second. I don't like writing from movies very much, but I know that lots of very talented people do and when you have people like Johnny Williams or Jerry Goldsmith They really contributed a great deal to most pictures, and it's my loss, I guess, but it just doesn't interest me. And I love it when your freedom is Johnny Williams. Ah, and by the way, should I refer t? I suppose I should have referred to you as Sir Andre. You were awarded the knighthood by Her Majesty. A few years ago, and that I know that you've been asked this a 1,000,000 times. But does that change your life in any way, shape or form afterwards? Not release. No, really? Not in the least, though, it if if if the title Sir is on your credit card, you get faster service in in a department store in London, Andre Previn, I'm of jazz fan. Many of our listeners are and along with all of the amazing work you've done. For symphonic orchestra and in opera and in all kinds of musical genre. There, of course, is your love of Jess and your expertise, and Jesse Was this something that started as a cz Andre the youngster or it is something that you developed and grew into when you get to know more about music. Well, no, I mean, I started studying when I was five, so But I got interested in jazz. I came to the United States and actually, I didn't really get going with it much before I was a teenager, and from then on, I was interested and I started the copying of certain people on doing very badly. I'm sure And since then I've kept up in interested in. Who would you say you most tried to copy early on? And who would you really say is is up there In terms of your your jazz hero? Who would be? Who would be one or two of your jazz heroes? Can Yes. Well, the 1st 1 that I started, But I heard that I started copying was Art Tatum, which is of and now you know, one's jazz heroes tend to remain the same ones. You had a new youth. You don't really.
"johnny williams" Discussed on AP News
"Over and over and over again the same motions motions that are being rejected Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is already agreed to include evidence gathered by the house committees during their investigations and added a third day a presentation of cases by both the house managers and president trump's lawyers first case of the new virus detected in China has been reported in Washington state Dr Scott Lindquist as a state epidemiologist I'm thrilled to say that we were able to detect this gentleman early this is a man in his thirties in a county north of Seattle Snohomish county the man who had recently traveled to China to visit relatives is hospitalized in good condition a former Mississippi State University football player has been found dead in a Birmingham Alabama home today Birmingham police say do run your Wilson was found unresponsive inside the south side home by a relative this evening police sergeant Johnny Williams says Wilson's death is being investigated as a homicide cause of death has not been immediately released Wilson played his high school football in Birmingham and was a wide receiver at Mississippi state this is a P. news Boeing doesn't expect it's trouble put seven thirty seven MAX jetliners to be cleared to fly again until several months from now Boeing doesn't expect federal regulators to approve its changes to the ground seven thirty seven MAX until this summer that's according to two people familiar with the matter that time table would be five or six months longer than Boeing predicted late last year and is the latest of several delays in the plains approval process that delay would also create additional headaches for airlines by pushing the Max's return further into the peak summer travel season showing a fuller Washington a day before the start of Harvey Weinstein's rape trial in New York and one of his attorneys says defense lawyers want to use interment email correspondence between wine stain add his accusers to try to convince the jury that any contact was consensual.
"johnny williams" Discussed on KTRH
"The first season version was recorded by the full group the Wellingtons the second season version which incorporated more of a sea shanties sound was uncredited but according to Russell Johnson in his book here on Gilligan's Isle it was performed by a group called. is somebody out there who's going to scream out the name. and if you are that person that is an impressive bit of useless knowledge. it was performed by a group call. I didn't know this full full. full disclosure I did not know this. the show's original pilot episode featured a calypso theme song by future film composer John Williams and different lyrics the original length of the voyage was a six hour ride not a three hour tour John Williams or Johnny Williams as he was also listed the show credits also started out as the composer of the incidental music for the show from sixty four to sixty five but was replaced by Gerald freed for the remaining seasons by the way Bob Denver was not the first choice to play Gilligan. actor Jerry Van **** was offered the role. he turned it down believing that the show. would never be successful. I think he went on to ask. yeah. so anyway the bay in the name of the band ended up performing.
"johnny williams" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Get ridiculously we've got Lou on the phone Hey Lou Lou good evening I love you guys and I'm so excited I'm so nervous don't be in their interest for me Carl made it a little bit he's a little scary yeah I'm good is nervous talking to me I I I will service with him zero Lou Lou we're so glad that you were caller five and we're going to do a little real are ridiculous with Robin Williams you're ready to go forget I just want to not forget I just wanna talk to Lulu what's going on our area that means everything good yeah listening to the U. listen all every weekend to the show thank you and I have my phone ready every single week yeah we went to the contest and I believe I got it right right number you are going to rip van yeah and you're gonna be under the stars and you're gonna be listening to music by I take my job second it's what little Johnny Williams is a John Williams whose work as well can you like my job the orchestra is Carl can you let me do my job and I'll do you you do yours and I'll do mine are you ready hello I had to go I could never won good morning Vietnam earned him an academy award nomination for Best Actor really ridiculous it was real real it is real that is absolutely correct so car whole.
"johnny williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Five and that's just approaching the brand spence bridge southbound seventy one looks great through blue ash same for southbound seventy five walk la chuck ingram newsradio seven hundred wwl w now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of i._v. sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com summer feeling around for another afternoon temperatures today increasing just a touch to eighty seven with a partly cloudy sky tonight we're down to sixty eight degrees so it's warm it's muggy tomorrow ending up at eighty nine partly cloudy and there will be a slight rain chance but it's a very minor chance from your severe weather station i'm nine first warning meteorologist jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred w w radars clear right now we're at seventy seven degrees he's going to be extradited to kevin kennedy to stand trial for ten to kill two police officers and all the kentucky man on the run for three weeks arrested yesterday after a standoff in west successfully placeman accustomed so now to push what you know that she is now in custody you'll be because the u._s. marshals that's lieutenant steve saunders with the cincinnati police department tuesday evening announcing the twenty-seven-year-old jacob julich who was accused of trying to kill two police officers as he ran for may traffic stop on june six and earlier and then tried to ram a patrol vehicle during another traffic stop this past saturday in covington peacefully surrendered after a nearly five hour standoff in cincinnati's west put neighborhood that began around two thirty in the afternoon joke was found in the attic of an apartment building he was held up in located in the thirty one hundred block of mchenry avenue he is charged with attempted murder of a police officer i'm sean gallagher newsradio seven hundred wwl w is radio seven of a w._w. reds update reds beat by the angels in a league game on the west coast last night today's game wraps up the short series and it starts earlier airtime here is seven oh five now the first round draft pick who won't be contributing for the bengals in his first season offensive tackle joe williams loss for the year with a shoulder injury he was supposed to anchor the line this year protecting andy dalton blindside it's the fifth straight number one pick unable to make a significant contribution in his first year in stripes with bill factor billy price your ability factor johnny williams and they can't they can't even give out of you know minicamps kip rookie yourself it's incredible really is it's like a black cloud ingles analyst dave lapham our next update's at eleven thirty on newsradio seven of wwl ceiling z._d. i._t. and own career of possibilities apply now at g._d. i i._t. dot com slash careers d._d._a._t. is an equal opportunity employer disability veteran you like a good fit we get.
"johnny williams" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The gang of about twelve young rooms responsible with dishes, rape and beating of a thirty year old investment banker Tricia Miley jogging in central park last night on the springtime evening nineteen eighty nine. What began as a spree of hooliganism ended with felony arrests of Raymond Santana. Kevin Richardson and trauma Cray, Yussef Salaam, and Corey wise, branded, the central park, five teenagers were tried and convicted in the press. And then in the courts for a gruesome, assault on a jogger left for dead. Those verdicts, despite zero. Physical evidence, connecting them to the crime scene. Zero I witnesses and implausible prosecution map and time line of events. What sex crimes? Prosecutor Linda fairstein did have was video of confessions coerced from the teenagers following hours of interrogation without a lawyer, or in some cases even apparent present. But then a twist the two thousand and two confession led the real perpetrator serial rapist and DNA match confirming his guilt. Their story is the subject of new Netflix series directed by Eva, devante called, when they see us the release of the film has brought the events of nineteen Eighty-nine back into focus, and outrage as ensued, much focused on the X prosecutor, who sense has achieved success as a crime, novelist, and online protest using the hashtag cancel than the fairstein has. Boycotted her books and led to her resignation Tuesday from the Vassar college board of trustees and now activists including New York City public advocate Johnny Williams are calling for an investigation into other cases involving fairstein and trial prosecutor Elizabeth letter. The film had a personal resonance for New York Times columnist. Jim Dwyer he covered the trial for New York, Newsday back in nineteen ninety Jim. Welcome twelve.
"johnny williams" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Brooklyn stone, and Bob Garfield this year is the thirtieth anniversary of a criminal case that indelibly stained. And with every ensuing years seems more to define our society. Police believe the gang of about twelve young rooms responsible with dishes, rape and beating of a thirty year old investment banker Tricia Miley, jogging in central park last night on the springtime evening in hundred eighty nine what began as a spree of hooliganism ended with felony arrests of Raymond Santana. Kevin Richardson and Tron McCray Yussef Salaam. And Corey wise quickly branded the central park five, the teenagers were tried and convicted in the press. And then in the courts for a gruesome, assault on a jogger left for dead. Those verdicts, despite zero physical evidence. Connecting them to the. Crime scene zero I witnesses and implausible prosecution. Math and time line of the events what sex crimes prosecutor Linda fairstein did have was video of confessions coerced from the teenagers following hours of interrogation without a lawyer, or in some cases even apparent present? But then a twist the two thousand and two confession led the real perpetrator serial rapist and DNA match confirming his guilt. Their story is the subject of new Netflix series directed by Eva Duvernois called, when they see us the release of the film has brought the events of nineteen eighty nine back into focus and outrage has ensued, much focused on the X prosecutor who sense has a success as a crime, novelist, and online protest using the hashtag. Cancel Linda fairstein has ended her books and lead. To her resignation Tuesday, from the Vassar college board of trustees and now activists including New York City public advocate Johnny Williams are calling for an investigation into other cases involving fairstein and trial prosecutor Elizabeth letter. The film had a personal resonance for New York Times columnist. Jim Dwyer he covered the trial for New York, Newsday back in nineteen ninety Jim twelve TM. Thank you..
"johnny williams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC? I'm Alison Stewart. Comedian Ted Alexandra goes for laughs with a side of politics. He's been a longtime advocate for equity causes. But also knows how to bring the funny. He has a new podcast called a little bit me. And join us to talk about it to reporters did a deep dive on the subjects of millennial nuns who are the young women choosing devote their lives to the church reported Cassidy rom and Amanda Hoover from nj dot com. Will join us to share what they found and finally agreed tragedy as vehicle to tell in modern tragedy is called Antigone in Ferguson. The creator of the play Brian Dory's joins us as NYC public advocate. Johnny Williams with taking part in reading of the play. I'm Alison Stewart, and we will get to all right after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. The democratic led House Judiciary committee voted Wednesday to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress for refusing to release an unredacted copy of the mullahs report on Russian election. Interference White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is demanding bar released documents that cannot be disclosed such a secret. Grand jury materials take a minute to let this sink in chairman Nadler is asking the attorney general the United States to break the law and commit a crime by releasing information that he knows he has no legal authority to have Nazar said the White House. Refusal is an attack on the ability of the American people to know what the executive branch is doing. Unofficial election results show. Denver is the first city in the nation to affectively decriminalize Delic, mushrooms, Esther Hoenig. Of member station K UNC reports on Tuesday night. The grassroots bowed initiative seemed likely to fail but the latest vote count shows. People voted fifty point fifty six percent in favor of the ordinance campaign director. Kevin Matthews says he was overwhelmed with emotion at the final results are Chris signal to the rest of the country that Americans are ready for a conversation around civil Sivan. And especially that no person deserves to be privileged three using a mushroom. The ordinance does not legalize so called magic mushrooms. But makes it all to twenty one or older who are in possession of Silla side than mushrooms, a low priority for Denver police for NPR news..
"johnny williams" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I mean, I I got nothing else. Why are you listening? That's. It's a coup in progress. Now, the TV shows crowds, and crowds, and crowds and crowds of people just marching and crowding in Venezuela with the attempted coup underway, they take their country back. Yeah. I hope I hope Venezuela. Great again. Yeah. Exactly seriously. Let's do that a long road. What make Venezuela? Great again. Yeah. It really were not as catchy. Let's talk about whiteness because this is obviously something that we both are guilty of being white. Yeah. I'm so much more guilty than you are. Well, I mean, I have zero zero pigment to my skin y'all, and I can't help it. It's not something. I can't help you are a person of power. I mean, I I see the the way that it boils down from me because I did one of those Twenty-three me things like really skinny navien. I got some, you know, Irish and some some polish a little bit, you know, a little bit of that's basically belong in a dark pub. That's where I belong like all the time speaking, I think, well, I mean, we're both why can't help it. And apparently that means now that we are terrorists this, according to Johnny Eric Williams who is a professor of sociology at Trinity College. I feel like I'm a lover not a fighter. I don't really feel. No, you're a terrorist. Oh, and there's just no getting around it. He tweeted earlier this month just a few days ago. He tweeted two things the first tweet said whiteness is terrorism. Oh, it doesn't get any simpler than that. He's a professor, correct. He is a professor he also said self identified white people no exceptions are invested in and collude with systemic white racism and white supremacy self identified identifies. Anything other the white what am I supposed to do? You could be could do Rachel. I can't though because that would be dumb. It'd be wrong. It would be completely wrong. I'd be delusional. You can identify whatever you want identifies. Black. Well, look it and showed us that other dude. Who's that dude? Who's dude, you're okay? She's. Yes. Is that his name? Yeah. I think it's Sean why is this shot wise show? It's Sean something like he's part of the m thing clearly white, right? But he identifies as black. Okay. Yeah. I I mean, I king. Hang on that. He's shown white funny. Right. If he was an identifies white end and changes name to why just like double up on Shaun white John king, Shaun king. Yes, that's who we're talking about. But that's the thing. It's not something. You can choose anybody with like two functioning brain cells knows this. But this guy this Johnny Williams guy who again is professor at trinity tweeted that and and then apparently had a discussion about it. Elsewhere. So he he posts those two very I mean, those are those are tweets that are going to rouse them discussion. Yeah. It's not only that. But animosity, how do you think that the kids in his class feel who are white the kids who are white or sitting in his classroom, and they're like, wow, my teacher who's going to provide me with grades. He thinks he thinks a terrorist that any say out loud. That's that's a little bit of a volatile environment for a classroom experience. Somebody needs to maybe fire this guy. Well, that's not happening because the Trinity College spokeswoman for the Trinity College said in an Email. I believe this was to campus reform just Tuesday said, yes, we know about the tweets by professor Williams, which were made in the context of his academic scholarship on issues of rate zero their dancing. Holy because if I went into university, and I taught at because I used to teach the university level. I went in there. And I said black people are terrorists. I fired. Well, I would think so I would hope that I would be fired because that's not right, right? That's that's all it's state. It's false. And it's terrible. And it's not in con. What does that even mean? In the context of his academic scholarship on issues of race. Doesn't mean anything. There was no context. Given the tweets are what they are. Right. Yeah. There's nothing taken out of context. He is the one that put those weeds out there. So they went on to say a discussion of the tweets followed on a closed Facebook group of some trinity alumni in that thread and alumnus reports having reached out ask professor Williams about the tweets professor Williams than shared a broader scholarly context for the statements as well as some relevant publications on the concept of whiteness, the context speaks for itself. Well, it would be helpful if it was made public. Yeah. And put on Twitter where these original statements were made. Otherwise, all I see is that this guy is. Prejudiced towards white people. And that's a problem when you're teaching students, and that's a huge problem, especially this is what you're teaching them. If you're teaching people that whiteness equates to terrorism that is that's a problem human world. I mean that is just gosh. There's just an awful awful thing to teach and to say and to put out there in the world. Yeah. And they're they're the president of the university. Also sent a statement to campus reform which again dances around the topic. And just really justifies the the continued employment of this professor, they said Trinity College supports academic, freedom and free expression an inquiry, except when conservatives Ben Shapiro wants to. Yeah. Tori. But saying that white people are terrorists not inflammatory at all. Yeah. She goes on to say, which are hallmarks of academia, and a democratic society really with agree with. It's just it's too bad that most colleges don't practice that anymore. It's it's it's a hallmark. When it's a liberal saying that white people are terror. Yeah. But if you have a different opposing viewpoint to that you say that abortion is bad. Then that somehow you can't have. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. She goes on to say when speech proves controversial our responsibility as educators is to promote more debate. And discussion not less Twitter is a challenging place for thoughtful discourse. Which is clear from this example. Well, then how about tell them not to tweet inflammatory crap like that? Yeah. It's he he he made this bed. You know, what I mean, son real, I just can't believe that we have professors that are saying that listen we've heard a lot about professors over the past couple of years, and how schools are basically this is what they've become. But that is that's as bad as I've seen plain old nuts is what it is. And I imagine saying that you you're a terrorist simply because of your skin color. Yeah. I how do you say that? There's no context that makes that it is absolutely racist. Is what it is. I just can't believe that they're letting it fly. Yeah. It's gross. It is gross. Also, this should come as a shock to absolutely no one. But there is a huge risk of serious disease and early death. If you are obese. Headline the other day. And I was like really you're going this again, you're fattest you're a body shaming thing. I keep thinking about all of this all the body shaming or the body, positively movements. Right. That are constantly fighting a battle to suggest that fatness is fine. This is healthy. You can be fat and healthy and everything's fine. All the doctors that are probably fighting this too because you can't really say to people. I bet that a lot of doctors are feeling the pressure where they feel like they can't say to people in their offices in doctor's offices. They can't say, hey, you need to lose fifty pounds for your health because it used to be that you could do that. You should do that used to be the doctors could say to patients. Hey, you need to lose thirty pounds forty pounds, whatever because you are at risk for diabetes your risk for heart disease. You're at risk for all these things. And you just you fat. I need to listen. Wait. Right. You know, that's people people used to be able to. That and say, okay, and I need to go. I need to listen, I need to make some changes to my diet and exercise and do all these lifestyle modifications to make myself healthier. And nowadays people just can't take that. No, they get now if we actually get patients who are saying that they're being shamed. By their own doctors when their doctors are saying, listen, you gotta lose some you got to loosen, wait. Yeah. We're gonna fix these health conditions. That's insanity. Doctors have to be free to say to their patients, what will make them healthier that. I feel like they're not as free as they used. They're not they're absolutely not because of movements like the body positive movement. It's like you do you and yellow. Skin..
"johnny williams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And cloudy in New York. I'm Bob Brown stories. You'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC investigators in the Tri state area talking about busting up a multi-million dollar money laundering ring leading to the biggest pill bust in New Jersey history. Pro bled to the take down of dark web ring that sold things like counterfeiting Zayed's pills, Manhattan District Attorney Sivan's says they caught the three men involved after they tried to launder drug money. They use the digital currency to fund prepaid visa debit cards, and withdrew the money seven hundred dollar increments. He says this hopefully will deter others who might be doing this. I think this case is a warning to you that we are competent in the space that we know how to find you. The three suspects are being extradited in New York City to face charges. I'm rob Dawson for seventy seven WABC Rockin county executive Ed day says he'll renew the county Steve emergency as the number of measles cases continues to climb despite a judge overruling the order for twenty. Nine weeks of measles. Outbreak has had a grip on the county, especially among members of the Jewish orthodox community need, we wait for someone to die. It is grotesque that measurement has somehow seat into this debate even within our own court system bases renew. The county state of emergency on April twenty fifth New York City public advocate. Johnny williams. Criticizing the Hudson yards element calling for changes to how they do business. Williams says developers misuse job creation of cinemas by including parts of Harlem in their targeting appointment area. They created a gerrymandered district all up two hundred and tenth street to include nightmare houses. So that rich people will live in other countries can purchase visas..
"johnny williams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It is the brand new New York City public advocate, Johnny Williams. So come and meet your Monty Williams. Ask him a question yourself in person in the green space tomorrow morning here on the Brian Lehrer show, come siege. Monty Williams the interviewed after his election to the position of New York City. Public advocate also will have three leading democratic socialists with debate rising in the Democratic Party over how far left it should go our democratic socialist roundtable will include Sean mcelwee and share Leonard executive editor of the news organization. The appeal. And also will lead Shaheed director of the Justice Democrats of America, which works within the Democratic Party and was central to getting Alexandria, cashier, cortege elected. We'll see what the green new deal is to them, including how much of a central organizing principle. We'll talk about foreign policy like we just were with Abraham here. See we'll talk about why these Justice, Democrats and democratic socialists or so dissatisfied with the party as it has been certainly Nancy Pelosi's newsstand discouraging speculation about impeaching Donald Trump will challenge them on whether their policies are to pie in the sky or eating too many voters for twenty twenty some say see what they think about Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth wind Joe Biden, another hopeful and more tomorrow in the green space will also have former border patrol agent Francisco Cantu. Who has now written a book? Much of emergency. Does he think there is down there? And we'll hear his stories and one more. Very interesting guest, the top lawyer for the New York Times, David mccraw who will talk about protecting freedom of the press under the law in the Donald Trump enemy of the people. We can the libel laws era. Jimani Williams, the democratic socialist roundtable, former border agent Francisco Cantu. And the New York Times top lawyer on protecting freedom of the pressure in the age of Trump should be a very interesting Brian Lehrer show in the green space tomorrow morning. You can get tickets at WNYC dot org slash the Greenspace WNYC dot org slash thegreenspace. I will see some of you there. Tomorrow morning..
"johnny williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I mean, it's terrible that this kid stole life magazine from glad that he returned. It goes to show. You're never too old to make amends. You never too old to try to make amends anyway to try and redeem your shell for your wrong-doings good for this person, whoever it is. And if you have a library book that you haven't returned. I hope you'll return it. I wanna commend the new public advocate elect Jimani Williams. Jimani Williams was elected public advocate this past week with thirty three percent of the vote in a field of seventeen candidates. These were seventeen candidates that were warriors many of them had held elective office either previously or currently at for him to be able to beat them. What is remarkably impressive political feet and to get thirty three percent of the vote. Wow. So combination to you, Johnny Williams. I'm sure we'll have frequent disagreements on the issues throughout your tenure as public advocate and the good thing about it is if he does a bad job he's up for reelection in June and September anyway, so a really impressive political feet by public advocate, Jimani Williams hats off to you come Dacians all around accommodation to Jerry Lee Lewis who. At eighty three years old has suffered a stroke. I am such a fan of Jerry Lee Lewis. This man is genuinely a rock legend a music legend who has performed with some of the great legends of our time, including Presley.
"johnny williams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to all things considered on WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. There's a special election in New York City tomorrow. And it's unique in more ways than one New Yorkers will get to cast their ballots for the city's next public advocate here to explain all the details about the race. Why it matters is WNYC's politics reporter, Bridget Bergen. Hey, bridget. Hey, jamie. So to start most people aren't used to having an election day in February what are some of the other unusual part about this race? Well, as you mentioned, this is the first ever citywide special election. This is Phyllis seat held by Letitia James who became state attorney general underlaw people don't actually run on the two major party lines in a special election. All the candidates had to make up their own party name and a lot of people through their at in the ring they're going to be seventeen candidates on this ballot. That means voters would be wise to go in knowing who they want to pick out because they're going to have to find that name on it. Crowded ballot. Whoever wins tomorrow will hold the office through the end of the year with so many names on the valid so many candidates Bridget. Are there any front runners? Definitely, you know, some of these contenders benefit from higher name recognition because they either are or were in office before there's city council member Johnny Williams who picked up the endorsement of the New York Times last week. He also ran for Lieutenant governor making him the only candidate who's been on the ballot citywide before he's an activist who's been outspoken issues like police reform, but in the final hours of this rates. He's actually coming under increased scrutiny the new York Daily News reported that he was arrested in a domestic dispute from two thousand nine that record has been sealed. But former city council speaker Melissa Mark Viverito in another candidate new Miki const to four women on the ballot. Their reasons some questions specifically about that arrest in terms of some of the other candidates. There's city council member Eric all rich, the only elected. Republican on the ballot. He says he will be mayor de Blasios worst nightmare. He's the only candidate who was also completely for the Amazon deal just to rattle off a few more names, there's assembly members Michael Blake, Danny O'Donnell, and Ron Kim. They're all expected to do well in their respective districts. And there's some new candidates hoping to break through the noise. Non elected officials attorney down Smalls, excuse me, dawn Smalls from Brooklyn and activists, Ben Ye who's been really active of with the Manhattan, young Democrats and done. He's done a lot of civics education. And you mentioned that the winner is only going to hold this seat for a few months before another election for the full term limit for the same seat. So brigid how does the outcome of this race really matter all that much? Well, so as you said there's gonna be a primary in June and a general election in November to fill the seat for the balance of the term through twenty twenty one but whoever wins tomorrow. Uh-huh. Becomes the incumbent? And has the bully pulpit to comes with the office. And if you look down the line, you know, the public advocate office is seen as a steppingstone to other positions built Blasios went on to become mayor James became the attorney general. So whoever holds the seat even for a short time gains advantage long-term. Now, you've covered the board of elections for years. Are there any issues that voters should be aware of related to how the election is going to Ron, Jamie? I spent my day in court. State supreme court and appellate court in Brooklyn. Because there is dispute between the board and city hall over language access interpreters under federal law. The is required to provide them at certain pool Sates in Spanish Chinese Korean and Bengali. But the city wanted to expand on that in offer services to people in Russian Haitian Creole Yiddish in polish it just about fifty other sites, and that's out of the twelve hundred pull sites in the city, the board sued on Friday to block the city from doing this. And they basically argued that they run the election in only they can determine who is inside a pulse. Eight I was there for the arguments at both supreme court and appellate court today in the judge shut down the arguments..
"johnny williams" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"I wonder how many people got knocked up to this tune right here on this one and. Barry white. I mean, those two songs somebody. Summer. You said one of my Facebook pals, you know, this is interesting. I am band on Facebook twenty three more hours in my sentence. I'm doing short time. I'm kinda sitting on the edge of my my my cell bunk. And I'm thinking soon award, no come down and on March me onto the door and put me out the gate, but twenty three more hours on my ban on Facebook. But I can still chat for some reason. This is interesting because my palate Jody exit when she gets been she's been banned. I wanna say what Jody's got like four tier tattoos on her face from being in Facebook jail four times. But she said that she was banned from even Channing I'm looking at here with several people and one of them says this reminds me of the Allen Allman show wasn't Alan almond with a D was not. I had a dream last night about him. And I and he you were chatting with Ellen Albano dream last night. That's beyond kinky show. I don't know. I don't want to know the details of that alternative music Friday that was major Harrison. And that is what I call body clinking music. Yeah. That's my Becsey jams there for you one of the best ever in the history of mankind. Remember when they actually would play stuff like that on the radio and that lady gets way more gender after the end of the song. It's pretty cool. This radio program. Does what we do on Fridays. We mixed music up. We hit you with a whole bunch of crazy cool stuff. And I was gonna tell you something else in my mind. Just went totally blank. Oh, I know what it was used to work at WNYC. And when I was there, Johnny Williams was there because of this comment here from Mike X who said at some point he's getting up to the Dixie saloon in mackinaw city to get the fish and chips menu better. You know that is worth the pilgrimage. You can you.
"johnny williams" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"That's really. And that's probably why I can listen to as I say, it's on my playlist. I have probably maybe twenty music scores on my playlist, actually. But that's one that I will go back to all the time. Yeah. It works completely in its own. Right. Whereas the one you were just describing very much sets the tone in the scenes film. Exactly very areas. I listen to it. But it's. Like that. All right, man. What you got got requiem for a dream. One of my favorite scores of all times. I think it's say who the composer is Clinton. So okay that I've seen that film once and it's all I need to see it. And it's an incredible film. Go ahead. It's like they're not ski or I do. I do. My favorite film of his one of his most obscure ones the wrestler. The wrestler is amazing is when it came out of claim. But now people don't really talk about it. And I think that film is incredible. Don't get me wrong requiem for a dream is incredible. So very dark. Yeah. Well, it's. Because it's also real with actually happen because way, more messed up films. It's so real I think that's why it's not a feel-good movie music is incredible. It's your choice talk about it. Yeah. I mean, I love the score. I mean, it's again, I think it just creative and kind of thinking outside the box, and it's fascinating. Because clip men cell has his influence on there. But then, you know, uses the colonel's quartet to play the the quartet stuff the strings, right? And they sound absolutely amazing in that. And yeah, I know it just one of those scores that I've listened to so many times it's super simple. It's nothing super elaborate or intricate or anything. But it just you win that music in requiem for a dream with actually fit a story about like basically drug addiction from different perspectives. But it does exactly. Yeah. And some any kind of mixes in the electric influences for that world or that side of things, but you're right. Like, the string quartet thing is that classical side. Yeah. Shouldn't technically work. But I think it kind of brings out the mutiny or the aesthetics or something. I don't know it, you know. No. That's a film that mesmerized me mesmerized me right till that lost scene, and the acting is an it is. Yeah. The I mean jar lettuce, Jennifer Connelly and who's the lady from the remember name. She's birthright, she's amazing incredible. There's a behind the scenes thing where they're showing. That scene where she's cleaning her apartment. That's right. Yeah. And they had to do that whole thing and like a time lapse, basically, so whatever the length of the actual scene is she had to do it a whole bunch longer than that. Basically. That's crazy. And I think she did like one take. And he was like, yeah. That's great. I think we got it, you know. And she's like I want to do. Hell even one of the way in brothers is in that movie. And these actually really good Mullen wayans who's the best friend of Jared Leto. Okay. He's one of the way in brothers Wayan. Brothers the scary movies. They like slapstick comedians. Okay. Comedy act is he's in that. He's his best friend. He's really good in. Okay. Anyway. All right. I'm loving your list. This is the dockside. You know, what there's some like. Album. God, it's good. And these great though, because you're doing choices that bring me to the music these these should get a spotlight, right? Because the ones I I mean, I don't wanna slap myself too much. But most of the ones I'm gonna say nearly everyone knows. So this is great though, I feel bad because there's a lot of incredible composers that should be on my list, Phil. And just not because because of whatever you Johnny Williams is not on my list. Even though he's obviously he's got. He's skull men t of represent scoring. He's like the right. Yeah..