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Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on Mark Levin
"Much better looking than I am Obama quipped as the two men stood for what Muhammad called a grip and grin a single frame later that afternoon, Muhammad says he got a call from a congressional black caucus staffer, requesting that he send them the photo for safekeeping. Instead, Muhammad sent the image to farragut, but says he kept a copy for himself. Nobody had seen the photo for 13 years until now. Again, this is from 2018. In other words, when the coast was clear. When the coast was clear, he swarmed himself the secret sea did Muhammad. U.S. representative Hank Johnson, Democrats had a handshake tonight equate to political support, but if the photo had been released, I added 2008 election. Would have affected the outcome of the election Johnson said. Wow. Oh, that must just be an accident, then don't you think ladies and gentlemen? And yet I have a list of Democrats here who have been at events with farrakhan who have praised farrakhan. Keith Ellison worked with farrakhan. He became the deputy chair of the DNC. As a congressman, he's obviously the attorney general in Minnesota, Democrats apparently like him. They vote for this anti semi. Maxine waters, she said an icon among Democrats, isn't she? She chaired the powerful banking committee. James Clyburn, the number three. He was at an event with farrakhan. Praised para Khan, refused to apologize, Sheila Jackson Lee, Rafael Warnock, when he was a preacher, maybe still is, who knows? And the list goes on. What
A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight
"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,
Bintai Kinden Revenue Increased 136% in 2Q FY2023
"2 p.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Bent I came down revenue increased 136% in two Q FI 2023. Malaysia, November 24th, 2022 ACN newswire candid corporation bear adverse, 69 98, a mechanical and electrical mapy engineering services specialist. Today announced that the company registered a 136.6 increase in revenue to RM 40.56 million for the second quarter ended September 30th, 2022 two Q FI 2023 compared with RM 17.14 million in two Q FI 2022 mainly due to higher contribution from mampe projects recovering from the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic executive director. Of binta, asri azeroth was the quarter under review. The company profit before tax PBT recorded a decline to RM one 93 zero zero zero compared with RM two 44 zero zero zero in two Q FI 2022 mainly due to higher cost. Gross profit margin for two Q FI 2023 stood at 15.35 compared with 43.06 in two Q FI 2022 after taking into account contribution by variation order of completed projects of the mampe business. Bent I can then register to 142.94 rise in revenue of RM 71.4 million for the 6 months ended September 30th, 2022 one HFI 2023 compared with RM 29.41 million in the corresponding period of the previous financial year. PBT for one HFI 2023 declined to RM 1.16 million compared with RM 1.5 million reported in one HFI 2022 dot in. Asri azura, executive director of condensed, quote we consider the continuing growth in economic activities following two years of lockdowns as a positive sign for more opportunities in mapy engineering services in Malaysia and Southeast Asia where our focus remains. The growth in revenue in the quarter under review is proof of the continuing recovery which we do not take for granted as we assess the risks and opportunities to grow as an investment conglomerate by taking stakes in unique and niche businesses with huge potential we are actively looking for more earnings accretive acquisitions. We are diversifying into the provision of telecommunication services to healthcare centers through a strategic venture under our indirect subsidiary Johnson medical international SD and B HD GMI that we announced earlier in November. We are also leveraging on JMI apos healthcare solutions and medical support systems expertise to explore the Middle East, which is a growing market. Through our 51 owned energy SDN, BH D, we are an a partnership distributing flanges and other related piping products in Indonesia for oil and gas on G projects dot corp and tie kingdom across total order book is RM one O 9.92 million, with RM one O 2.43 million from mampi projects and RM 7.49 million from all G projects. Bent I can then corporation bear hood 69 98 versa BKC. Dot com dot M Y copyright 2022 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House
"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.
Ron Johnson: Does Biden Corruption Report Have Russian Disinformation?
"Here's Ron Johnson at a hearing today with Christopher wray the Stassi director Cut four go Have you read sander grassley's and my report on Hunter Biden's corruption Issued in September of 2020 in November of 2020 Have you read those reports I have had a chance to look at it Do you see any sign of Russian disinformation in those reports That would be a hard question for me to answer No it's very easy It's very easy What I would say to you It's very easy answer There is no Russian disinformation That report is completely clean of any interference of foreign influence Although we have been falsely accused including by the chairman of this committee of spreading Russia disinformation But what is this idiot ray mean That would be a hard question for me to answer Says he looked at the reports He didn't read the report No no no no He would only read a dossier handed to the FBI if he could get his hands on another one This is outrageous
Ron Johnson Does the Work Mitch McConnell Won't
"Our man Ron Johnson I love Ron Johnson I wish we knew who the ten senators were who voted against McConnell But as I added up the numbers some of our friends had to have voted for him Some of our friends had to have voted for him Like Rand Paul I'm guessing I'd love to know what Ted bud did and some of the others I don't know Next time they're on the show I suppose I'll ask them But FBI director ray is in front of the Senate And he is a useless witness He plays rope a dope And he's playing with fire Because he's running the American Stassi Which has been utterly completely politicized he gets briefings on this stuff every morning early in the morning I know I used to work over at the Justice Department He also sits in the big senior executive meetings with the attorney general and his political hack staff And it's just amazing How corrupt this has become Senator Ron Johnson at a hearing today was their Russian disinformation on my Hunter Biden report because remember Ron Johnson really was leading the effort in that regard in the Senate I think one of the reasons he dislikes McConnell's McConnell gave him no support whatsoever None There's no official investigative activity in the Senate Who's doing it McConnell has no desire to do any of it Let me just tell you something Mitch I'm going to be on your ass for the next two years whether you like it or not
The Total Incompetence of President Joe Biden
"I want to talk about the mental incompetence, well, there's also physical and competence. The overall incompetence of our dear leader, Joe Biden. Now, interestingly, when Trump was president, they were all over him for the slightest misstep, or the slightest mispronunciation. You remember the big controversy over Trump using the pronunciation thigh land, not instead of Thailand. Thailand. People would, this was outrageous. He doesn't even know how to say Thailand. And now this is a complex matter and I kind of got involved in that contour. I pointed out, first of all, that virtually everybody on the entire continent of South Asia pronounces it by land. They pronounce it the way it's spelled. They pronounce the H now, interestingly, in the Thai language, there is no real H and so they say Thailand. But that is simply an anomaly of the Thai language. Let's remember that the names of different places are pronounced differently around the world. The French say Paris, we say Paris. And so it goes same with Italy venezia and we say Venice. And so you would think that all of this is like a triviality. Why are you getting on Trump? But this just shows you how they were like, let's get them on that. Now with Biden, what's increasingly obvious is that this guy is a mental infant. Or at least he has to be treated like a mental infant. You might remember some months ago, a notecard surface. Biden sort of clumsily held it where you could see it. And it was reproduced on social media and on TV and I did a segment on it and it said things like take your seat. As opposed to going and sitting in someone else's seat and the kind of instructions you'd give to Debbie Todd elementary school to kind of the kind of instructions you would give to like a 5 year old. Listen, take your seat. Don't speak unless spoken to. Things like this. And Benny Johnson on social media had something yesterday where the same thing happened to second time. Biden had a notecard. Apparently turned in a certain way so you can actually read the note card and the note card has it's like an all caps. Again, it has that notion that we're talking to somebody who's really not all there. We have to treat this person. So here are a few of the instructions, one, you will take a photo. And the U is all caps, as if to say Biden might be confused about who's you will take a photo. You will sit. You is all caps. Again, you will deliver opening remarks. So this is a, this is an embarrassment.
Caller: Donald Trump Is a Lot Like John the Baptist
"Well Todd, I've been thinking about president Trump and had a lot of respect for him and I've been struggling with some of his comments specifically around our Florida governor and I felt like the spirit spoke to me this morning early about 3 o'clock that I see, John, I see Trump as kind of like John the Baptist, you know. He lived in the wilderness. He was all alone. He wore strange clothes, so that was a physical appearance, but Trump's got this thing about him where I compared him to John the Bassett because John the basso's first person that called fake fake news fake news. I mean, he called the pharisees. He opened them up and exposed them for what they really were. And nobody liked him for it. But they appreciated what he did because of the exposed the reality of the spirit world as opposed to the flesh. And now that Trump has been out here in the wilderness and thought all these battles, I find I found myself being critical and I felt I felt corrected because Johnson, what did you go out here to see? Did you go out here to see a Reed tossed about in the wind a weak band? This is a strong man and God used him and I don't believe there's another person, including desantis or anybody else that could have fit that role at that particular time. But
Charlie Reviews Montana's 'Born Alive' Measure
"Please re up the Montana prop for me? If anybody is in Montana, please clarify this for me because it's just, it will take your breath away. Did you see this, Tyler? It must have been a massive out of state campaign. To say vote no on prop whatever. I don't think anyone read the prop. Okay. This is Montana. I want to read the prop for everyone there. Would you vote yes or no? To require medical care to infants who are born alive, including after an attempted abortion. Would you provide medical care to a baby that is born alive? How do you think Montana is voting on that? 52% of Montana voters say no, let the baby die. It's crazy. That's 52% now. I guarantee you I don't live in Montana. I haven't actually didn't get a chance to get there this summer. I guarantee you there was a lot of money probably spent on vote no for prop one 31. In defense in defense of this and of course I'm not going to defend it in principle. I am going to defend it in process. Same as with the Kansas outlawing abortion prop, you need to get better lawyers and you need to consult with legislators in order to write these. I read the language, the language was done sensical. I'm telling you dude, the language was not good in Montana.
How Did Arizona Get So Screwed Up?
"Asked a really good question here. And I just want to recap it and reiterate it. Charlie, how did Illinois get how did Arizona get so screwed up? Okay, so how did Colorado go this cycle? A great candidate hiding in all lost by 17 points, right? How about Washington's Tiffany smiley lost huge to patty Murray great candidate, right? How about organ? I don't think an organ, I don't think the Republicans are going to win an organ, despite a really good campaign. What does that mean? So those are three states in the American West where they tried to do mass universal vote by mail. And that same Soros funded strategy came to the shores or came to the edges of Arizona. What about 15 years ago? Yeah, conservative land. And no one really thought much of it, and it was started to get implemented and people really accepted it in Arizona for quite some time. And so then there were some people that praised God fought back a little bit. They said, no, we still need some mechanism to be able to vote in person. And so they're like, okay, whatever. As we try to wean you off of the drug of voting in person, we'll to these voting centers that you'll never really visit throughout the valley, right, Tyler. They'll kind of be on the edges and whatever. But because of our program, because of Steve Bannon, because the Tucker Carlson because of 2000 mules, people change their behavior, and they have this whole infrastructure that's really built for pre canvassing, right? To count all the ballots before election day, not for this. And now basically we're sending this referendum. Like, no, you got to change it, right? So Austin, Austin's going to the legislature. People say, what can it be fixed? Austin is going to be the youngest member of the Arizona legislature. Austin day one, we're going to get this fixed. We have to
Tyler Bowyer on Some Suspicious Ballot Behavior in Maricopa County
"Can you reiterate some of the math you were just talking about right here? Yeah, so I know a lot of people are on and I got tons of messages between yesterday and today because the media is trying to put out there in the world that like Katie Hobbs is going to be governor and stuff. It's just crazy. To reiterate what happened last night. And I apologize. I'm losing my voice from talking last 40. For the last two weeks. The media seems to have coordinated with the recorder's office and the elections department down at Maricopa County. And they were supposed to drop a massive drop yesterday at 6 p.m.. And that also happened to be the same time that Carrie Lake was going on Tucker Carlson. And she was on Tucker Carlson and it seemed it was odd. I mean, maybe it's just coincidence, but they did not drop the ballots that they were supposed to drop at 6 p.m.. And Carrie was on Tucker. And so then all of a sudden, it was delay delay delay delay, and then she got off Tucker, and then all of a sudden, they finally released and they said, oh, just kidding, we're not releasing all of the data that we said. We're going to release, we're going to release only a fraction of it. And at the same time, an article posted at the Arizona republic that was like, Katie Hoff still has a chance, basically. So that's what's going on.
Kari Lake: 'We Will Never Have Another Election Run Like This'
"Will never have another election run like this. I'm sick of it and the people are sick of it. And we are going to don't worry, Charlie, and don't worry, America and don't worry, Arizona. We're going to change things up so we don't have this happening every single election. And we'll work very hard to make sure that doesn't happen. I'm always going to speak the truth. And I will be Arizona's cheerleader, but when we have something that's not working, we have to admit it. And it's not working the way we're doing things. I think, you know, there could be some intentional there could be some intentional actions here to slow roll this. They always intentionally have the early ballots ready to go. We roll those out on election night. They favor the Democrats and they want to bring down the excitement for Republicans. This is a Republican year. Republicans and even people who aren't Republicans are tired of the dead end policies of the Democrat party. But they wanted to throw, like I said, throw cold water on our movement. They want to take that victory away. They want to make it look like America first is not thriving when in fact it is. Don't believe the narrative that you're hearing. They're going to get two or three days of this where they're saying, oh, Trump didn't do well. His picks actually did do quite well. They did very well in America first movement is still alive and well. And I think they didn't want us to have our big moment with our big victory speech. They did this to me in the primary. They slow rolled the results when they finally led us to clear victory. And when they finally declared me the winner, I was only up, I think, a half a point. So the media ran with the false narrative that I squeaked out a win, a narrow victory, and then later in the coming days they finally counted the rest of the ballots only to reveal that I won by 5 points, which is pretty good when you're up against four opponents. I won by 5 points. But the media never covered that. They kept with that narrative that it was a squeaker. And I think they're going to try to do that again. I believe we win, and I think we win by a good margin. And we are going to go on to reform our elections so we never had this embarrassment again. Yeah,
How Arizona's Kari Lake Plans to Restore Faith in Elections
"Talk about when your governor, what are you going to do to fix this day one, one minute remaining? I'm already working. I've already been working with the transition team. I know we're going to win this and day one. We're going to have a special session and say let's restore faith in our elections. Get the lawmakers to do their job. And I will sign legislation to restore faith and honesty in our elections. I won't. I want one day voting, frankly, to get as close to that as possible. We vote for a whole month here and it's outrageous. We've got mail in ballots floating around all over 5 going to a home with one registered voter. This is not going to work. And we're going to have people who are disenfranchised and lose complete faith in our system. Now
Making Sense of Maricopa County With Kari Lake
"Carrie Lake, you are the next governor of Arizona. That is clear based on everything we're seeing. So I want to say congratulations, but I will say that when it's totally time, Carrie, how are you doing? How are you feeling about things? I'm doing good, you know, I'm frustrated like everyone else. It's embarrassing the way elections are run in Arizona. And this is why I've been sounding the alarm since 2020 against the fake news saying, oh, you can't question our elections. How dare you, you're an election denier. You know what? This is why we've been questioning them. Questioning our elections because they're not being run properly, it's hurting our state. It's hurting our people. It's hurting the faith we have in our system. And we are going to reform it, Charlie. Now, I feel a 100% confident we're going to win this. I hate that they're slow rolling and dragging their feet and delaying the inevitable and they don't want to put out the truth, which is that we won. Yesterday we waited, we gave him 24 hours, and they released 62,000 votes. How embarrassing. I'm looking down here at my notes. We have about 622,000 votes yet to be counted. And of those 384,000 are people who took their mail in ballot and walked it in on election day. I think we all know how the majority of those people were going to vote. We're going to win this and there's not a darn thing they can do about it, but they're trying to pour cold water on this movement. This movement is on fire and no amount of water is going to put that fire out.
Dan Bongino: Maybe Not a Red Wave but Still a Red Success
"Folks we had not we did not win the house for 40 years up until the gingrich revolution of the Bill Clinton years We just flipped it Okay it's not by 40 seats It wasn't a tsunami I wouldn't even call it a red wave But I would call it a red success And I would strongly suggest you that calling it otherwise is just media spin and you're buying into the leftist narrative We now Republicans won the house and we will more than likely win the Senate too But he's walking around depressed like they got kicked in the Johnson or something What the hell We learned some lessons from this I did an entire show yesterday Thank you for the feedback by the way It's on podcast We want to check it out On how I hate to say it but it's just not bad enough yet Conditions in the country people Democrats and swing districts haven't been forced to pay a price high enough that they put the product back on the shelf They just happen folks
Nevada and Georgia Are Too Close to Call
"So as we understand it now, there are two states essentially left for that are up in the air, Georgia, and Nevada. The Republicans need to win both in order to have moved the needle at all. It's right now 50 50 and that's in might as well be 100 zero. Because all the Democrats vote Democrat and essentially all the Republicans vote Republican, so if you are ahead because you have the vice presidency, then you might as well have all 100. A seats, all 100 Senate seats, so the Republicans have to win both Georgia and Nevada. It looks like they've now called Wisconsin for Ron Johnson, which I had a personal interest in, not because I know Ron Johnson, but because he is one of the few great people in politics. He has made a personal sacrifice to help this country. He is a truth teller. And I have come up with an idea. With regard to how to know who was lying in public life. That unless it's unless there's something I'm missing, should be the smoking gun that the left lies all the time.
How Can We Refuse to Finish Counting Election Ballots on Election Day?
"So I want to give you my top two takeaways first on this really important day Number one actually let's make it three And then we're going to get to all we're digging into everything If you miss any of this by the way listen to my podcast 'cause self praise thinks but I think it's one of the best we ever did I get self priced things I understand but I'm very proud of what we put together because I think the analysis is really what you're not going to hear anywhere else Number one and most importantly it's not over yet folks Appears CNN if you say CNN Jim just called the Ron Johnson race So that looks like a hold for us So that's a good thing Walker and Warnock appear to be going to a runoff So I don't see any scenario by which that doesn't happen That will be on December 6th So we still got a shot The as race is over he's conceded the federman We're going to get to that Arizona is not over Arizona is not over yet So I'm not going to tell you to be patient I actually wrote in my notes this morning before I got on the air be patient And I say you know what Screw that Well I'm not going to tell people to be patient The reason I say don't be patient in conjunction with it's not over yet It's because this is the richest most prosperous country in the history of humankind How can we not count ballots on election day How is this Can you please explain to me how the richest country on Planet Earth can not figure out How to get past this colossal disgrace of not being you know what scratch the word can't I'm gonna do that again too I actually made that mistake on my podcast this morning How is it that we refuse We refuse to count votes on election day because we can We did in Florida We had no problems We messed up in 2000 and we fixed it How is it that you can't figure out how to count ballots on election day
How Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Met
"You two kids meet? When did that happen? How did you meet? So we actually met, we were doing a show back in Minnesota. Nate used to act as well. And we were both understudies for the lead. And the leads collided in that first scene and they went to the hospital. They literally collided, not metaphorically. They literally collided that ideologically. They literally collided and it's like we took a two birds with one collision and we both get jobs out there. Exactly. Yeah. And then we went on. First, they redid that first scene. They stopped. The God Mike came on and said, ladies and gentlemen, we're going to take a half hour break and they tried to find his tooth. And it was you mean during a performance during a performance. Can you say what show this was? Yeah, yeah, yeah, absolutely. We generally don't say because it's Aladdin. And we were the understudies. And we're very Norwegian as you can see. Right. This doesn't usually pass as an understudy for Aladdin. But not necessarily made in agrabah, you know? It was in 2000 5. It was a long time it was a while ago. Wow. So that's how you met. That's how we met. Our first kiss was on stage. And it was a whole new world, you know? There you go. Our first kiss was on stage. So was it a real kiss? I don't know. Well, here's the deal. I was like, hey, how about that kiss? And we started dating a couple days later. So yeah. And I was like, how about that kiss? And she's like, that was business. That was business. It was good on her. She's a professional. Yeah. I'm no longer in the theater. Wow.
Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Share Their Polarizing NY Experience
"We're living at a time when those people who are trying to do everything right, you realize you can't. You do everything right and there's still kind of coming after you. And so there are people in the church today who act as though, well, you must have done something wrong. And I was they don't understand that you could do everything right. I mean, I'm speaking because this program was wiped off of YouTube. And I said, you know, what did we say or do? Because I try to be honorable if I did something wrong or whatever. And there are still people in the church who kind of think like, well, if you keep your nose clean, if you're careful, no one was more careful than you. And they decided to kind of come after you. Yeah. That's definitely what it felt like. I think the last couple of years have been more polarizing than ever. And if you think one thing, if someone finds out you think one thing that it automatically means you are this, this, this, this, this and this, and we can no longer be Friends, or you no longer deserve to work or live. Which is so funny because we spent our 15 years in New York. We make space for everybody. We love everybody. I'm fine with disagree with people. In fact, we have lived in disagreement for a long time with certain issues and we're like, you know what? You still deserve a voice. You still deserve a place in our life. And actually, some of those conversations, let's go back and forth. Let's battle it out a little bit. That's how we come to the best ideas sometimes. And it was just so quick, I think the cancellation was just so swift and we found ourselves literally overnight going, what just happened? My history there, my 15 years, my reputation there, like meant nothing. And I'm like, do you know me? And to be honest, a lot, like a lot of it was like random fans who didn't know me. Like theater fans that just completely turned. And then there were legitimate Friends of mine, acquaintances, costars, that publicly posted horrible things about me.
"johnson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"What are some other companies that have used the Texas two step to avoid litigation? Any household names? Yeah, well, there are three other Texas two step cases. Coke industries, Georgia Pacific, first deployed this scheme back in 2017. Train technologies and a U.S. unit of the France based company saint goban followed suit. All these cases are actually linked to asbestos related lawsuits. And none of them have yet been finalized or settlements successfully paid out to claimants. So it's a scheme that it's just got four sort of examples of it taking place at the minute. But most experts believe that if J&J are successful in their efforts to use it, that it could actually draw in many other companies to go ahead and use it. And I wonder, are these companies just individually deciding to do this or is there a connection among and between them? The Texas two step has really been driven by a bunch of smart lawyers at the law firm Jones day. It's one of the biggest law firms in the country. It turned over just over 2.2 billion in revenues in 2020. And each of its equity partners took home on average, about $1.3 million that year. So it's lawyers really devised a marketed this complex scheme. And one of them, Greg Gordon, who's a Jones day partner at the firm's Texas office, described this year in a public forum, the Texas two step as I quote the greatest innovation in the history of bankruptcy. And it's not surprising that Jones day believed that because there have been reaping millions of dollars in bankruptcy fees through this. You said that earlier this year, a federal judge in new Jersey essentially said Johnson & Johnson can do this. What was the judge's justification? That's right, judge Michael caplan of the New Jersey bankruptcy court in argued that the bankruptcy courts were the best venue to handle these masks toward claims because they could provide an expeditious, fair and less costly method of settling the claims. So he argued J&J did not file a bad faith, but rather for the legitimate purpose of settling these types of mass litigation. And how did the lawyers for the victims or the alleged victims and their advocates respond to this? I imagine they were disappointed. Yes, the victims were very disappointed and the advocates were very angry. So actually what we're seeing is they have already filed an appeal against judge Kaplan's ruling and they are challenging this at the federal appeals court. If this case is thrown out, then I think companies will really think twice about going down the bankruptcy route. But if J&J and LTL are able to win this case, I think it really will set a precedent for the future. Let me ask you lastly, Jamie, Johnson & Johnson does have a reputation for a long time. It was a reputation for trustworthiness and surely it wants to protect its reputation, does something like the Texas two step with all of the dubiousness therein. Hurt its reputation or has it already been damaged enough by the lawsuits, the thousands of lawsuits against it. J&J talks a lot about its credo, you know? A set of values that it conducts its business by and which actually stipulates that its first responsibility is towards its customers. And I think inevitably by resorting to a complex controversial legal scheme to handle these types of sensitive claims over the baby talc, well, that means it is enduring some reputational damage. Whether this is any worse than having thousands of cases coming to court, decided by a jury with huge awards, gathering media attention is really anyone's guess. I think the big danger for J&J is that if it loses its appeal or the appeal against this Texas two step case, it may have to go back into the mass towards system and face these jury trials anyway after already enduring the reputational damage from going down the route of the Texas two steps. So I think the company will certainly be suffering some sort of reputational hit through this. Today's show was produced by abishai artsy, it was fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by Paul Robert mountie. Matthew collette edited the show, I'm Noelle king. It's today explained.
"johnson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"It's today explained Jamie Smith is the U.S. pharmaceutical correspondent for the Financial Times. And he's been writing about how Johnson & Johnson is trying to get out of paying these big legal fees using the Texas two step. So the Texas two step is really the catchy name that lawyers, the media have come up with to describe what's a very complex and controversial bankruptcy maneuver. This is really at the center of J&J's response to the multi-billion dollar baby health problem that it faces. What can I tell you about the Texas two step? I mean, it's a scheme that gets its name from the use of a statute, which was passed in Texas back in 1989. It was originally intended to make the process of spinning off companies more efficient. And it was part of a push by local business leaders and lawyers at the time in Texas to make it a much more business friend major jurisdiction. And but it certainly is controversial or has become controversial even dine in Texas. As the name suggests, there's really two parts to this scheme. The first is a corporate reorganization, which enables a company to split itself into two separate entities. Now in J&J's case it created a new subsidiary called LTL management and it stuffed it with all the potential legal liabilities related to the almost 40,000 personal injury claims that have been filed against it by plaintiffs. LTL then, when it was created through this process, it immediately filed for bankruptcy protection in North Carolina. Listen, I got the answer. You declared bankruptcy. All your problems go away. A move that automatically halted all the personal injury cases that it faced and it prevents claimants from moving ahead towards jury trials. It's a fresh start. It's a clean slate, like the witness protection program. It's not at all. So that's the one part of this process. And the other part is that there's also the valuable parts of Johnson & Johnson, which has all its drug, pharmaceutical business, its medical device, business, and its consumer business, and these were all placed into a separate empty outside of the bankruptcy process, so essentially Johnson & Johnson was reborn without the threat of the talc litigation hanging over the good parts of its operations. I declare bankruptcy. And Johnson & Johnson and the good parts of its operations without the threat of the lawsuits is that a profitable company is that a rich company? Johnson & Johnson is a hugely profitable and rich company. So Johnson & Johnson has a market capitalization of a bite $440 billion, so it's one of the U.S.'s biggest listed companies, one of the biggest healthcare products companies in the world. And that goes to the heart of the arguments that the plaintiffs have been making in all the appeals we've had against this is that Johnson Johnson shouldn't be allowed as such a big powerful profitable company to use the bankruptcy system to handle these personal injury claims. Is the Texas two step considered a shady move among business journalists and business professionals? Or is this something that companies do all the time when they don't want to face the music? Well, the Texas two step is a complex uncertainly very controversial move. I don't think we can call it a shady move yet. Certainly not until the legal processes are over dealing with this. The Texas two step has already gone through one court case in the bankruptcy court of New Jersey. And that court find that it was a perfectly legitimate move for Johnson Johnson to use the bankruptcy process in this way to handle its personal injury claims. However, we have an appeal against that by the claimants and we'll get a decision on that and that will certainly get to the heart of whether it is a legitimate process to use. During my reporting on the Texas two step, I went down to Texas and tracked down a lawmaker who introduced the divisional merger scheme into the state legislature back in 1989, and he said he was appalled at J&J's use of the scheme to try and manage its exposure to these talc claims. So that was Stephen Wallace, former Texan lawmaker, and he told me that J&J had dubiously interpreted and misused the divisional merger law to avoid liabilities. And they would never have proposed this divisional merger law in the first place if they would know them that it would
"johnson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"johnson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Baby's bottoms, product that mothers can trust. I put it on her after a bath. I put Johnson's all over her. Graduate. Handle with Johnson. But over time, Johnson Johnson realized that it could also market to mothers. So it started to sell the product to women who themselves use these products to reduce feminine odors on their genitals. As long as I can remember, Johnson's baby powder has been making me feel soft, fresh, and loved. It was also broadly popular with adults who applied it to other parts of their bodies to soothe rashes or ease chafing caused by friction on the skin. The substance that is at the center of these lawsuits is something called talc. What's talc and what's the problem with it? Talc is, as we usually come into contact with it, a powder, but it's derived from talcum that is mind from geological deposits, usually deep in the earth. It is known as the softest mineral that is known to man. It's a softest there is. Don't you like how it makes my skin feel so smooth and soft? Uh huh. How did we come to understand talc and cancer have a relationship? So researchers started raising concerns decades ago, some of them in the 1950s, consumer advocates grew increasingly alarmed in the 1970s because they were studies that started to suggest that there might be a link between talc and the carcinogen asbestos. So there are a few theories of how talc might lead to cancer. One in this is gained traction with plaintiff's lawyers in recent years, is that talc can be contaminated with asbestos, which is a known carcinogen that is associated with basoli oma, a cancer of the lining of the internal organs. So tell mines are often located near asbestos deposits. And as a result, the geologists that we've talked to have said that raw talc can be intermingled with asbestos. Cosmetic grade talc is refined, usually to remove impurities, but the government doesn't enforce whether or not that happens. The other theory is that when a woman applies talcum powder to her genital area, small particles can migrate up the vaginal canal and travel to the epithelial ovarian tissue or the fallopian tubes. And the thought is that this could cause irritation that sets off chronic inflammation and that eventually contributes to cancer. Back in 2018, my colleague Ronnie Rabin and I reported that Johnson & Johnson had known for decades that asbestos was a potential concern while they were trying to discredit researchers who said as much. At the same time, Lisa giuria Reuters found that the company didn't tell the FDA that at least three tests by three different labs in the 1970s had found asbestos in its talc in one case that the levels were, quote, rather high. Is there any replacement for talc? Indeed, there is. After consumer advocates began saying that Hal can train traces of asbestos. Johnson & Johnson developed a corn starch version in 1980 and began selling it. No baby Potter absorbs better than Johnson's baby pure corn starch powder. Okay, so 1980, they begin selling it. Why are we talking about this in 2022? What happened? It's more what didn't happen. Johnson & Johnson has always been adamant that its baby powder is asbestos free in that they're really is no reason why it should have to take the talc baby Potter off the market. Johnson & Johnson is a company that's built on trust and for it to remove talc from the shelves would suggest to many people that it was somehow at fault that it was somehow admitting that there was something wrong with its product. All right, so let me ask you about how marketing changes over time. Cancer is something that scares people. People tend not to buy products that might give them cancer unless they are addicted to them like cigarettes. So I imagine Johnson & Johnson has to start marketing its baby powder to people who are not aware of the complaints about cancer. How did Johnson & Johnson change who they marketed to over time? So Johnson & Johnson has been accused of targeting its marketing to black women for decades, really, using free samples of beauty salons, radio campaigns, other efforts. In 1992, there is an internal memo that notes the quote high usage of baby powder among black women and the quote opportunities to grow the franchise among the demographic, despite the fact that that same internal memo also notes the quote negative publicity from the health community on talc. Well, big news for renowned civil rights attorney Ben crump. He has found the lawsuit on behalf of a group of black women against Johnson & Johnson. I don't know a black woman alive back in the day that didn't use Johnson & Johnson talking powder. If you took a bath, you was going to put some chopping powder on your body at some point, even kids when we were kids. That's right. Last year in July, the National Council of Negro women filed a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson, saying that the company had marketed its talc baby powder to black people through promotions at concerts, churches, and barbershops. They double their efforts in marketing to black women. And that was where and so sinister about. The company had considered signing Patti LaBelle or Aretha Franklin as a spokeswoman, despite the evidence that its products might contribute to cancer. 50 years of misinformation, that's what we're fighting. This is infuriating, where are the regulators? That is an excellent question. There are asbestos regulations at the federal state and local levels of government, but talc is not regulated by any government agency. The cosmetics industry handles monitoring of its own use of talc. And by many accounts, it doesn't do a particularly rigorous job of it. Traces of asbestos have been found in talc makeup products that are marketed to kids and teens. The FDA is now warning parents to throw out three products from Claire's after new tests found they contained asbestos, as well as in some toys and crayons containing the powder. Play school crayons tested positive for asbestos. Tell me what we know about how many people claim they've gotten sick from using baby powder, and I imagine many of them are women, if not most of them, and how many lawsuits have been filed. So, at this point, we have more than 40,000 lawsuits, many of them are from women with ovarian cancer or mesothelioma, there's some men as well. And they've accused Johnson & Johnson of selling talc baby powder while being aware of its links to health risks such as possible
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"Attention talcum powder users. If you or a loved one use talcum powder products like Johnson's baby powder or shower to shower powder and were diagnosed with ovarian cancer, you may be entitled to substantial financial compensation.
"johnson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Yeah, and that's amazing. And that's, you know, I talk about some of that in the book because for 8 years that I had worked at the clinic, I had completely emasculated my husband. I had not allowed him to be the leader of our home. I was terrible to my husband. I don't even know why I stayed with me. I was awful to him. I had a wife like that. Yeah. Just kidding. But when I left Planned Parenthood, you know, I became, I mean, we got invested in the word. We started going to church. Really recommitted our lives. And I was really convicted that I needed to allow Doug to become the leader of our home and that I needed to take a step back. And what's been really amazing in that is how the lord has really raised him up. And I feel like the lord speaks to me through dog all the time. You know, and he will confirm things that I'm like, is that really what you want me to do, God? You know? And then, and then God will confirm it through Doug, through his voice. And I think that's the way that marriage is supposed to be. We have things so out of whack in our society today. But that's the way it's supposed to be. You know, men are supposed to be the leaders of our home. And they're supposed to be, you know, the spiritual head of your household. If you allow, if you allow your husband to do that, and that's what your husband wants, ladies, trust me. That's what your husband wants. If you allow him to do that, the lord will bless your home in so many ways, and he will confirm things that you're questioning in your mind through the mouth of your husband. Well, people don't, you know, even when you say that, I know that there are people that they have a false idea of what that means. This is the problem. We're living in a culture where awash in lies, you know, whether it's the fact that the baby doesn't feel pain or that this is going to be a wonderful experience for you to get rid of this lump or whatever or the idea that a husband leading in a marriage means he's a tyrant or means you give him permission to all of this stuff is so dark and confusing. And so it's important for us to talk about this. Folks, I'm going to continue my conversation with Abby Johnson, the new book is fierce, mercy. Well, you wonder why I always dress in black. Why you never see bright colors on my back. And why does my appearance seem to have a somber tone where there's a reason for the things that I have on folks I'm talking to Abby Johnson just a few minutes left. So Abby, you've written a number of books now. The one, this one is fierce mercy. It sounds extraordinary. But the book you wrote before this that tells all the stories of to talk about that for a moment, what's the title of that book? Yeah, it's called the walls are talking and really that one came about because we were at a healing retreat for my ministry and then there were none. And we get abortion clinic workers out of the abortion industry and then into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. We've had 610 workers leave the abortion industry and come through our organization. Okay, hold on, hold on. Every time somebody says something like that, I just want to say pause. That is amazing. You've had 610 people who worked in the abortion industry, you've convinced them to leave that industry. Yeah, and 7 full-time doctors. Which is pretty amazing. Yeah. So, and then those workers have then gone back and shut down 25 of their former clinics. So yeah, pretty cool. This is so good. Yeah, and so we were, we provide these healing retreats in them for that. Healing retreats for them. And so we were at this healing retreat. And we're sitting around telling these stories, you know, about our times in the clinic. And one of them said, you know what, really cool if we just put all of these stories in a book and put it out because I don't think the public understands just how sinister the abortion industry is. I don't think they have a question that they don't understand. I don't think they understand. They have like an idea, or they may think maybe this is happening, but they don't really know what's happening. And so I said, you know, I think we can do that. And so that's what we did. So we put all of these stories together. So it's called the walls. In a book are talking. Put it out, and yeah, people can get it on Amazon. People can get the walls or talking, people can get fierce mercy, people can get, what's.
"johnson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"You tell your story going back to what you were first married or well, I actually start the, I start the book out by talking about going on to the set of unplanned. Which was a really odd experience for me. So, you know, I go on to the set. Most people have not been on the sets of movies where their life stories are being portrayed. I just want to be clear. Most of us have not had that experience. I had not been on a movie set at all. You know? And so this is my first time ever being on a movie set much less movie about myself. And so I roll up in this rental car and they had turned this community center into a set to look like my former clinic. So they had even put up this big iron fence. And everything, right? And so that was a little odd. So I pull up and I'm like, wow, that really does look like my clinic. And my former clinic. And so I get out and there's hundreds of people there on set, a bunch of extras, and they're all like, oh my gosh, Abby Johnson's here. And they're sort of treating me like this celebrity. And which always makes me a little uncomfortable anyway. And then I go and I sit and I'm with the directors and I see Ashley there, the actress that plays me. I see her in the scene. I'm watching it on the little TVs or whatever. And then I'm seeing her and I'm like, oh my gosh, I'm watching this other woman act out the biggest regrets of my life. Oh. That sounds like a bad experience. We're gonna be right back to hear more about this with Abby Johnson, the new book is fierce mercy. Hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books and the book is next level insane. It is called, what are the odds from crack addict to CEO? It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric..
"johnson" Discussed on Business Wars Daily
"5th, happy Friday one and all. Today, a major company a massive lawsuit and a Texas two step. And no we're not talking about the dance here. Johnson & Johnson makes healthcare products and perhaps his best known as of late for its COVID-19 vaccine. But for decades prior, the name has been synonymous with a certain white and blue bottle. Johnson's baby powder feel soft is the day you were born. Yep, baby powder, but you may have heard Johnson & Johnson isn't loving its association with baby powder of late because the lawsuits are piling up more than 35,000 of them. The claim is that the talc used in Johnson's baby powder causes cancer. Back in 2018, an investigation by The New York Times found that Johnson & Johnson had been aware of possible asbestos contamination in its tout products for at least 50 years, but they hadn't disclosed this fact to customers. Then in May of 2019, Johnson & Johnson stopped selling talc based baby powder in North America altogether, but continued to insist that its ingredients were safe. Later that year, the company recalled over 30,000 bottles of the powder after trace amounts of asbestos were found. So yeah, things weren't looking great for the health products giant. In a court of law, it was David versus Goliath. Individuals who claim to have been harmed by the company's product versus a gigantic multinational corporation which pulls in just under a $100 billion a year. In this case, Goliath knew that he would probably lose. So Johnson & Johnson did something technically legal, but questionable. The company used a law on the books in Texas to create a new company called LTL, then through all pending baby powder litigation into that new firm. Then the new firm declared bankruptcy, which means that it will be tough for any plaintiff to be paid the damages judges may say they are owed. The rest of Johnson & Johnson's $1 billion assets remain protected. It's called the Texas two step and a handful of firms have taken advantage of it in the past. But for folks seeking justice from the company, this move had to sting. Especially because while Johnson & Johnson continued to claim that their products were safe, most other companies that had historically used talc quietly removed it, which made a medicated powder based deodorant in 2017 that product was made with tout. Now it's made with corn starch, and advertised as 100% talc free. The lesson? Products can change. If companies change, but if companies choose to dance around the issues, some consumers may be out of luck. From wondering, this is business wars daily. I'm your host David Brown, written and produced by Jessica your mosque, our executive producers.
"johnson" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well more drama for steph. Curry's parents divorce docs claim that steps. Dead del says. Sonia began her extramarital affair with steven johnson during the marriage in prior to the data separation and she lied to dell each time. She cheated on him. Del in the doc says sonia is actually living with steven johnson in tennessee and claims she should not be entitled to alimony because of it for her part sonya says in responding documents that she is not living with johnson claiming she's currently living in her own home because dell will not allow her to live at their home. She's living on her own. Sonia added that she is however currently in a dating relationship she also said the dell cheated on her during the marriage claimed he hooked up with different women and that family and close friends knew about it. So there you go. They're both saying they both cheese. Good goose's whatever. Whatever they say. That guy johnson played in the nfl so in the nfl. Not if she if she cheating she's with johnson. That's all i say something that was so quick. Every comedian listeners had to stop. I had it when she started. When you know what i just. I like the family so much. I don't wanna see. I don't need not if it's not working. It's not working. Let's just behind closed doors. Let's figure out how we go out several ways. But let's do it what we don't just see another black family just stretch. How the media come on man. Let's not do this man. Let's try to shut it down the right way. I get it if it ain't working if it's not a moment just set it down the right way but let's not just every day is something new. We all want our three years of marriage thirty three years to me. I'm just. I'd like to say this though to you guys because we're talking about them getting divorced if you guys were not married and you got a divorce so you got a divorce. He made right now. Would you all get married again. I'm did call callers. i'll get married again. Yeah really. I'm not doing three four five. I'm not doing it. You asked me j. I feel like in this marriage. You know we were talking about. Anniversaries not allowed to just celebrate a seventeen years. I just feel like with this marriage. I'm we i'm giving my all. We are as one. And i just can't see myself doing this again. I just can't see marrying somebody again. If this doesn't work put so much of this win right son. Let me say this though jay. My grandparents both sides words together until one passed away. One pass away. There was nobody else the next one the the you know the remaining person passed away my mother and father. We're here til my dad to my pops passed away. I am in mind fuck life. I'm not leaving. i don't know that's what you stop him right. I've been brought up this win. So let me let me. Just say this. I see people who do that till death do their part and maybe some time to to mates died the same. I just hell the do that. That's what i call. Debt done what i need to sit down and explain how do you how do you look at that person. And i can do ten more years but i i. Just don't you mean it when you're saying your vows don't you mean surely and i just say something to you. I this one time. I was at a wedding which was mine and now let's to myself as it was going on. It was my wedding is not gonna work at the alter. I'm standing up walking down at walking down there. And i won't say one because they were all lovely women. I'm legs just did not own worth giving up next the nephew. Bring calm.
"johnson" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Hold it gonna around your arms building up momentum necessarily so the there's two ways to hurt someone with a non chuck right ever thought of them is like let's say do the salsa and then you kick the balls okay yes removing but yeah no only two ways to hurt a person or if you're let's say you're doing the stuff and you get you get the non-charter one in the hand. One under the are. If they're close you can whip it like out from under your armpit really quick and that actually does hurt really bad and then the other way to hurt someone issue swinging like a three year old like like. That's the only other way. And so. I remember i've only ever once in my life actually seen at work i i saw fight where a dude had nunchucks on the street. This is yes this is. This is all the street and one man. Where are we in the world. I'm trying to remember if i was in chicago or new york yet. But but but this is the thing so the dude. The dude hopped it like up. Like a thing. I had never seen before he popped it like up and he perfectly hit this. Do in the chair at like at like clearly had him out on his feet for a second and the funniest thing was my bad that got hit like i don't know why but like both his ours t. rex so he was like lake. Oh god i mean from there was conscious just like a like a regular fight. I guess like they're not useful useful. Stick he put an inch away and then they fought. I don't know he didn't like put him back in his pocket. Like the work here is done. But i think from there. He just dropped. Start at like hands. I think i'd rather have like a bucket of ping-pong none yeah you you talked about this country. This is your curious as it or you brought up the question when somebody dumped shia. Ease it worse if they go with somebody. That's better than you or somebody that's worse than you like to me speaking of these that emails my Ex wife. she's married now but to a woman so now i don't even have to look at myself. I didn't have a chance on my man. So that's convenient for me. Keep finds every way to not look at exactly. So i thought can get better by seeing what my ex's with but turns out only look at that you said you you see the x. and she's with know this guy you say a doctor good luck any spending a basketball always talking about science for some reason his name was joshua johnson is that there are i. I've come in contact with several josh johnson's in my life like a lot like more than you would think and at that party was one of them and i go by josh johnson he goes by josh was so it was like a slight difference there but my man really was like wow it was too much it was and it was it was like even had the same skin tone like it wasn't even like i was looking at like a fully different guy. It was just be better. Why i don't even know how to describe in impasse. The joke how. I felt that bulb it. Because i was just like this isn't it. Felt like it would make me feel better. Be like she's a psychopath. The end i was even worried about her though like there was a party that was worried about her. And like wow. I'm like she's moved on and the guy with mind whatever but then there was a pardon me that was concern for me. Because it's like imagine like you see. I actually look like i'm this dude bizarro. That's what's happening is broken. That's exactly how it's supposed to be. I think now is a simulation broker. But i'm his like simulation like i'm a his nightmare. You're not supposed to be in the same room as each other. No not at all. I was oh is so wild especially because they were characteristics that i wish i had. It'd be different if digital your life. Looked like if you would have called yourself joshua yet if you would eat more greens you be about four inches taller at you. would you know. Be like stacks and you would. You would understand earth science better you you bring up the point about your granddad. Being an assisted living is he still around. Yeah is My mom's in assisted living now. And it kinda. I don't know what the word is. A never even thought about this but you brought up when you call your these people in assisted living. They do their best but they hand the phone off to the wrong person Now my mom can't even talk now. And i like how do i make sure like. Hey are you sure it's my mom. You're you're talking to. You're talking to some other old guy. Yeah yeah they just like handed off the phone. Don't get me wrong. My man was like a sweet man. But i'm not i'm like i don't know it was also such a chore because it was a real like walk through of like reminding him who i was and then reminding him that. My granddad is his roommate and then try to get him to get like give him the phone but my granddad the two things that my granddad loves now are like just chilling in the bed or watching westerns and both them require him. Not being bothered so like unless a less the person working their hands the phone to him. And it's actually in his hand and he has to deal with it he's not going to deal with it. I i gotta test my mom. Now when i call her. Yeah yeah you get the facetime or is it just over the phone. She can barely she needs handed the phone and then they leave. And it's like. I'm gonna handy to your mom now and then i here like and i'm like i guess this is the conversation now all right so i'll talk back and hopefully it was you. Is it too. Because i've heard in some places they Guess if you give them an ipad or a. It was overwhelming in person. I think it'd be too overwhelming and ipad honestly ipad in a room and she doesn't use it. The nurse told me okay that makes sense. Well thanks for bono of the out. Josh britney spears. I feel like this kind of goes with it. Britney spears Does not have her dad as her conservator anymore. Of course we'll still have a conservator but the big deal was. She didn't like that. It was her dad which which i can understand her fourth husband. We don't know just yet but everybody was that mess. Wow after everything. She's been going through a you will also slut shaming or is there a new term for you marriage shaming very good..
"johnson" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Is like no. I'm the rock and his instagram is the rot like he even. It doesn't say like oh. I had this username and it was the rock but please call me john. No it's the rock and it's the rock. It's so confusing. I think it's i'm really in a pickle here jamie because i want to say the wrong because as efficient with language like it's just i want to get faster. One more ideas out. There mourners standing right but i think you know. Fivethirtyeight is really interesting breakdown of his era or his career movies and it talks about how when he's the rock. He makes his worst movies and they make the least. When he's dwayne the rock johnson. He's like in the middle range but when he's just wayne johnson that's what he's making the best stuff and he's making us money. So that's just too many syllables to say so. A project called the rock. But i'm gonna call him the right but when it's when he's doing that i'm playing i'm the rock but i just happened to be in this heightened situation with neve campbell in the buildings on fire or having been this world where there's a big Silverback gorilla and a crocodile in a wolf and they're super size and i gotta beat them. But i i gotta tell the girl. It'd be friends with me because we're friends. That's the stuff. I don't like where it's it's he could be doing. Instagram live or he could be in a movie and i don't know the barrier between the two. Does that make sense. It does if you if you see the rock in a movie where the woman that is playing opposite of him you sort of recognized but you can't really placer. You're watching a bad film. That's not answering them. Live as a bad filled happen into. And i think in in that respect if almost like the rock isn't he's not the superstar actor we want necessarily but i think he's the one we deserve because of that simplicity. Because it's like. I don't have to when i when i think about like walking phoenix. I'm like that guy just feels like a lot for like suburbs orders complicated. I felt like he did he. Southern war but things are to go. Hang out with cows about slaughtered. That's great. But i just feel like a lot. I feel like the rock really is. He's gone the way room. And he's the guy in the movie and there's not a lot of disconnect between the two and i think in a lot of ways in our very weird times that simplicity is kind of luring of like. I don't have to really turn my brain on on this. It's just the rock and it's going to go bang boom. He's gonna punch and that's kind of cool..
"johnson" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Investigation around it in two thousand thirteen seventeen year old kendrick johnson was a junior at lowndes. High in valdosta georgia. He was a hurdler power forward and basketball and something called a safety in football. Which i'm going to go ahead and assume is not someone who stands on the sidelines of football game goes. This is a super dangerous sport. Please be.
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"johnson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
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"johnson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
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"johnson" Discussed on Marathon Talk
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