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"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:18 min | Last month

"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Never seen a guy buy more team dinners and just pick up certain bills like he's really Ah, fantastic ad. Get 31 points last year in 70 games. There are some great I don't agree with them, but they're pretty funny. You know, Leif jokes, Thornton age jokes and stuff like that. On social media, the one said, Ah. You know, it was like doing a mock interview with Thorne and they said Jo, Why'd you pick Tragos? Because at my age, I'm only fit to play one round. So I pick the leaves. Is that what he said? No, He didn't say that. No, he didn't say that. I couldn't see him saying that. I'm not kidding you. Well, that would be that would kind of be the last thing you want your guy that you're because everyone you know, you expect that he's signing their because he well, he is what he said was They're a great team. Freddy Anderson. He loves Freddy Anderson. Great Young team. Great team believes they're a Stanley Cup contender. Um You know, I think I think adding Joe Thornton. I think they're definitely a much better team. But I don't know. I don't know if that takes the Leafs to a Stanley Cup championship. But I guess we shall see. Listen. I mean, he's he's played 1636 games 1509 points. The guy is a tremendous, tremendous person. He's going to be a great ad, too. I I believe, you know. Like, Listen, they ended up moving out a your hands. I don't know his first name. Johnson. Andreas Andreas Johnson. He was making $3.4 million. I believe that Joe Thornton right now, even at the right right age of I don't even know how old is 41 years old, I think He still has game left. And, um he takes things very seriously. He takes his training seriously. I've never been around. Ah, player that loves that loves the game or than him. It's like, you know, when we talked about your merry augur. And how specially is and how he's kind of like He's just a little bit off. You know what I'm saying? Joe Thornton. Is that guy that he doesn't take days off? That's not in his mindset, he you know we would be traveling. Seven day road trip. You know, for four or five games in those seven days, we'd come back fly in in the morning. And he'd be at the rink the next day when everybody else had a day off. Is believing days off, he believed even if he went on the ice for for 15 minutes, he went to the rink. He did what he had to do. He kept his body in great condition and, you know, listen. I mean, it's going to be a good pick up because The boys. They're gonna love Joe. The boys in Toronto are gonna absolutely love job Well speaking to keep in our body or your body's in good condition. I look at the three of us, and I think we've accomplished that for sure. We've got to go to break instigator Finals Instigators Final statement coming. I'm going Even though thank you..

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Tomorrow night. Yes. But let's Frank Gore. How about what's play La- Michael? Corinne? CV can build some kind of relationship with Sam. I want guys that are the same age to play in grow together. I don't get it I piloted the Frank Gore I'll hang up and this was I. appreciate it I. Understand that like you're saying yourself, where are they going like where where the jets headed and why are we playing? You know a player of the age of Frank War now that's a really good question like why wouldn't you just continue to play as many players as you can give you an answer okay. Here's your answer. Your answer is that the head coach is on the hot seat the head coach has played had frank or as a player of before he knows he's going to do everything he asks of him in running the ball pass protection all of those things he needs to put the best effort. Out there every single week because he might lose his job. So if he was given a longer leash and he was told, absolutely, you're going to be the coach of this team not only this year but you know maybe next year as well. We're going to honor the contract that he would probably play some younger guys. That's really that's the reason right there. When you got a coach desperately needs to win a game to save his ex he's going to do whatever it takes care about the. Kind of the same thing that's going on in Detroit with Adrian Peterson Oh. That's just insane because they they saying, well, that's because there's two guys there. Was I think a was it a second round pick a third round, pick her in the first round and a second round pick. There's two running backs. They're I'll tell you exactly where they were drafted and Adrian Peterson. They bring in to give all the carries to just stupid with Kerryon Johnson Andrea Swift there. It's just Stupid but you just don't know what's going on in the locker room. You don't know what's. Really good. Last year eighty got ended up getting hurt. You just don't know how many mistakes they're making and you just don't know whether or not. They're lowering their shoulders. You don't know whether or not. They're going through the line of scrimmage away they're supposed to be going. Know that and that's one of the reasons why these guys are still around because they still do it at a very high level but I'm with the previous caller I am while I appreciate.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"In a limited role, if he's going to get eight to ten carries a game instead of an eight to ten might even be. skewing on high side there But you know if he's not getting a as to you know, take twenty touches every week and and do it that way. Maybe maybe get a little more bang for your buck here. Yeah. If he can be a sustaining back, that's his value I'm reminded of the legare blunt lessons from years ago. Were I looked gear blown on film and thought quite quite frankly is cases where I think he looks terrible I mean he's not elusive. Obviously, he really was not a power runner even though he was built like that he he ran upright at times and did not deliver a blow and in that was kind of what he'd look like on Phil for a Lotta years at the end of his career. Garrett blunt was a tremendous sustaining puzzle piece type of. Back for a number of different teams. So he's one that might look ugly and good yardage still, which is better than a guy that looks pretty poor yardage if you know. So I need to probably just pump the brakes a little bit on I know what an net is because I used to say the same thing about Garrett blunt it can work in the right setup and the right system now blunt in for net stylistically are a little bit different for blunt had this deceptive slow developing chain direction where it looked poor on film, but it was still hard to tackle. L. For Nets doesn't quite have that but may maybe that's a good thing for a little bit more Vernet has better balanced than than blunt it as a runner. Okay. All right. Let's Let's stay in the backfield here another Ex Patriots connection to a former star running back although this guy was more restoring the NFL for net ever was Adrian Peterson let go in Washington kind of a surprise after as Geiss. He's gone because of his scumbag ARY and it just sort of seemed like, okay. Washington is just GonNa ride Adrian Peterson this year they they move on from Peterson. They'll go with some combination of I guess Antonio Gibson and and Bryce love couple of unknowns there. But Peterson ends up landing in Detroit where you know there's another team that has invested in the running back position over over the past couple of years here they carry on Johnson Andrea Swift has been slowed by injuries and his first training camp. So maybe they just are not sure whether he get in here but I know with what Darrell bevelled did with his offense last year. Is there a? Certainly not a time role, but is there is there a healthy chunk of of action here Adrian Peterson. Adrian Peterson could still play if you didn't know who he was and you just watched him on film, you'd say that's one of the ten. Best. Running backs in the NFL that guy can make people miss. He has lateral agility within confined areas, which is a really tough trait to find in backs. Finishes his runs well still. So I was surprised Washington cut them. My guess would be that Washington plans on doing a lot of shotgun formation in which is what? Scott Turner has done as a coordinator before released as as a quarterbacks coach. He's been around that kind of approach had Cam Newton and Carolina. So it's Newton's you're gonNA play that way with Newton a little bit more than other guys but I wonder if they're just playing on having Haskins in the shock a lot Peterson's never been a great shotgun runner he is..

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

06:26 min | 3 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"Have. Pr. Old I thought I took them. I. Didn't take them. You know what? I Aj Green never mind I didn't take them I. Let some other sucker take back guy who levy on bell on their team. Good. Gracious. Well. I had three running backs on the board when I need a why was levy on Bell Ronald Jones, and mark. Ingram? With rod jobs what would you have done? I probably would Ronald Jones to buy guy. Have Levy. I've got bill ranked higher still in half pr man I just. I have to part of the reason for that is I've drafted Levy on bell too much this year in the fourth round, and so I now I'm in the sixth round and all that means is more Levian bill which I don't really want. What's going to have to happen in order for him to have a good season? Them to give the football as many times as they did last year I said, well, the Ryan injury is significant here because that was another guy could've taken snaps away from Bell I don't think so no, no, it's it's freeing core for the most part. Well okay. All right, fair enough the Vikings acquired Janaka Gakugei from the Jaguars they give up a second round pick and a conditional pick that could become a third. How significant is this move here for the Vikings Getting Gakugei way it makes me less certain about the Vikings Pass volume increase is what I would say. They were a borderline fantasy defense probably, not someone you were drafting a starter because they didn't have a great week one matchup now. I think they're probably a low in starter as a fantasy events. Now that Brian Balogh loss felt a little bit more that we matchup. Hosting. In Week one. Yep. Tough. Titans, packers Colts Titans Texans seahawks Falcons by packers that their first seven games. That's a tough start for the Vikings. The chargers this is a significant injury, James One of the best safeties and football ADP star hurt his knees going to miss significant time according to an rappaport. First game of the year is at Cincinnati for the chargers the chiefs after that. So tough one, there derwin James Kerryon Johnson likely to start why is should carry on Johnson be moving up at this point because the Andrea Swift still out and yeah. So what are we thinking about? This is a sleeper shell after all is Kerryon Johnson sleeper now. I don't know if he falls in that category, but I guess based on where he's being drafted probably yes. As one of those sleepers. It's a little bit more obvious now because that's why you're you'd be saying it is is the Andrea Swift missing time, but that's what happens. So I think you look at it that as long as I view this as long as carry on was that he was going to still be touched leader. He wasn't going to be the receptions leader in the backfield but I thought I was going to be in touch leader, and then you got your waiting on the eventual injury, which unfortunately tends to happen for him but look you know the Andrea, swift had no off-season. He had no preseason and now he's missing over a week of training camp practice that he's clearly behind you know so. The fact that they've been running Johnson the second guy. By default. He's GonNa get an opportunity now to maybe the second guy early in the season until swift is up to speed now, this could be Alvin. Kamara where you know doesn't a trade for it to happen but you know by week four week five, he's clearly the second guy and hopefully putting up good numbers I. Hope it's not the mouse Andrew situation but you take that you know if you get that type of guy by the end of the year. So I'm still going to take swift over carry on but now the gap is certainly much closer. I started my sleepers, call them with all its cow. It's funny that we have maybe five or six week one starting running backs available after pick ninety according to ADP and carry on obviously the the guy get excited about of that group. Bears in week one packers cardinals. Those could be great matchups for him in weeks two and three. Okay so would you take Johnson, Andrea? Swift. Who would you take first? I'm still taking swift I as the long term play. Carry on I, I would hate to get both but maybe it works out that way if you get swift and. Route six or seven, and you get carry on around eight or nine. Funny I had to. His father son draft today, they asked me to grade the teams at the end and The guy who picked I who had McCaffrey he got retail and round to and endorse killing around three. So it was very favorable start for him but his second running back is the is the swift carry-on combination and he was explaining to after he took swift he's like carry-ons still there you know we get the lines back the locked up. So I was sitting next molly was explaining that to him recapping the draft they said. You're teaching your child about handcuffing the lines backfield, get a letter downgrade ver- that for that that do along. For Detroit Deebo Samuel looking good running hard at practice Brin Brandon. You a hamstring injury deebo Samuel the top one, hundred for you. Know if he's getting closed Alphaville. Certainly, probably twenty spots IRA for me. Depot were to Sean Jackson. Shut the good one I think it's almost like you know how you draft Jonathan Taylor and Marla Mac I think depot is the Jonathan Taylor play. You want him hopefully playing it as best by middle of the end of the season because you're not dropping either one's a starter. So if you need somebody for the early part of the year you draft to. Literally back to back in my rankings Jackson DEEPA I. Mean I feel like, Jet Jackson, starter in week one against Washington. Last year gets Washington Week one, hundred, fifty yards in two touchdowns. Great Opportunity Okay Clyde, Brasileira Heath is he's struggling in pass protection. No I don't think. So the the. Thing airbnb enemy was asked what he how he's developing and he I guess answered that he understands if you don't do that well, then you're not going to play. And it kind of read the quote read like he's not doing well so he's not going to play, but there's mystery surrounding that. So I think he's okay. Okay pity. Daryl Williams will be Edwards. Dealers backup according to the athletic drew brees is predicting a breakout from trick trick. Want Smith is shake want Smith worth drafting a twelve team league? Yet Matt Nagy won't name a starting quarterback until the season opener is a bears quarterback worth drafting in a thirty team league. Super.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

06:26 min | 3 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Have Pr. Old. I thought I. Took Them I. Didn't take them. You know what? I. Green never mind I didn't take them I. Let some other sucker take back guy who levy on bell on their team. Good. Gracious. Well. I had three running backs on the board when I need a why was levy on Bell Ronald Jones and Mark Ingram. I with jobs what would you have done? I probably would Ronald Jones to buy guy have Levy. No I've got bill ranked higher still in half pr man I just. I have to part of the reason for that is I've drafted Levy on bell too much this year in the fourth round, and so I, now I'm in the sixth round and all that means is more Levian bill which I don't really want. What's going to have to happen in order for him to have a good season? Them to give the football as many times as they did last year I said well, the P Ryan. Injury is significant here because that was another guy could've taken snaps away from Bell I don't think so no, no, it's. It's freeing court for the most part. Well okay. All right, fair enough the Vikings acquired Janaka Gakugei from the Jaguars. They give up a second round pick and a conditional pick that could become a third. How significant is this move here for the Vikings Getting Gakugei? It makes me less certain about the Vikings Pass volume increase is what I would say. They were a borderline fantasy defense probably, not someone you were drafting as the starter because they didn't have a great week one matchup. Now I think they're probably a low in starter as a fantasy events. Now that Brian Balogh loss felt a little bit more that week one matchup. Hosting A. Week one. Yep Tough. Titans, packers, Colts Titans Texans seahawks Falcons by packers that their first seven games. That's a tough start for the Vikings. The chargers this is a significant injury James One of the best safeties and football ADP star hurt his knees going to miss significant time according to an rappaport first game of the years at Cincinnati for the chargers, the chiefs after that. So tough one, there derwin James. Kerryon. Johnson likely to start why is should carry on Johnson be moving up at this point because the Andrea Swift still out and yeah. So what are we thinking about? This is a sleeper shell after all is Kerryon Johnson sleeper now? I? Don't know if he falls in that category but I guess based on where he's being drafted probably yes. As one of those mid Rawnsley I. It's it's a little bit more obvious now because that's why you're you'd be saying it is is the Andrea Swift missing time, but that's what happens. So I think you look at it that as long as I view this as long as carry on was he was going to still be touched leader. He wasn't going to be the receptions leader in the backfield but I thought I was going to be in touch leader, and then you got your waiting on the injury which unfortunately tends to happen for him. But look you know the Andrea Swift had no off-season he had no preseason and now he's missing over a week of training camp practice that he's clearly behind you know so. The fact that they've been running Johnson the second guy. By default, he's GonNa get an opportunity now to maybe the second guy early in the season until swift is up to speed now, this could be Alvin Kamara where you know doesn't a trade for it to happen but you know by week four week five he's clearly the second guy and hopefully putting up good numbers. I. Hope it's not the mouse Andrew situation but you take that you know if you get that type of guy by the end of the year so I'm still going to take swift over carry on but now the gap is certainly much closer. I started my sleepers, call them with all its cow. It's funny that we have maybe five or six week one starting running backs available after pick ninety according to ADP and carry on obviously the the guy get excited about of that group. Bears in week one packers cardinals. Those could be great matchups for him in weeks two and three. Okay. So would you take Johnson? Andrea Swift who would you take first? I'm still taking swift I as the long term play. Carry on I, I would hate to get both but maybe it works out that way if you get swift and. Route six or seven, and you get carry on around eight or nine funny I had to. His father son draft today, they asked me to grade the teams at the end and The guy who picked I, who had McCaffrey he got retail and round to and endorse killing around three. So it was very favorable start for him but his second running back is the is the swift carry-on combination and he was explaining to after he took swift he's like carry-ons still there you know we get the lines back the locked up. So I was sitting next molly was explaining that to him recapping the draft they said. You're teaching your child about handcuffing the lines backfield, get a letter downgrade ver- that for that that do along. For Detroit Deebo Samuel looking good running hard at practice brin. Brandon. You a hamstring injury deebo Samuel the top one hundred for you. Know if he's getting closed Alphaville, he'll be certainly probably twenty spots IRA for me. Depot were to Sean Jackson. Shut the good one I. Think it's almost like you know how you draft Jonathan Taylor and Marla Mac like I think depot is the Jonathan Taylor play you want him hopefully playing it as best by middle of the end of the season because you're not dropping either one's a starter. So if you need somebody for the early part of the year you draft to. Literally back to back in my rankings Jackson DEEPA I mean, I feel like Jet Jackson Starter in week one against Washington last year gets Washington week one, hundred, fifty yards in two touchdowns. Great Opportunity Okay Clyde Brasileira Heath is he's struggling in pass protection. No I don't think. So the the. Thing airbnb enemy was asked what he how he's developing and he I guess answered that he understands if you don't do that well, then you're not going to play. And it kind of read the quote read like he's not doing well. So he's not going to play, but there's mystery surrounding that so I think he's okay. Okay pity. Daryl Williams will be Edwards dealers backup according to the athletic drew brees is predicting a breakout from trick trick want Smith. Is Shake Want Smith worth drafting a twelve team league I. Matt Nagy won't name a starting quarterback until the season opener is a bears quarterback worth drafting in a thirty team league. Super.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

03:51 min | 4 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"My guy is backing up. Hunter Henry for Ross lively in this format this year Matt Ryan the first quarterback selected by Jake Sealy Chris Herndon off the board to do Clemenger and then Zach Moss goes through Curtis, Patrick and Ryan McDowell, Mike, Williams, and Sterling Shepherd right after that to really take, and then Kevin Coleman to David Hubbard here in the tenth and bring this up. Here is as we wrap up the tenth round, Dave. Orchard already had Rehim Oester. Is it enough in eighteen round best ball slim to just go to bat with most and Coleman in the forty niners Backfield, or is there more to be done there? WELL IF GONNA. Go next pick. You'll see more got done, but yeah, but he's not niner anymore. Though no I know, he's not but I'm saying that he I'm talking about just grabbing a running back gasping right That's fine I. I think you can pull it off I. Mean Look at the offense. Let me McCaffrey's must get his. And then you look at the the forty niners offense is great, so that really does it's nice. I mean you just have to worry about by weeks. A Little Chris Birch be I know I've talked about his receivers a little bit already. CD Llamas your number three and I and I understand you know you look at the rest of his team got Kelsey and higby. He's got Josh Allen as quarterback. He's got four running that that he drafted in the first six rounds. I. Know You gotTa be week somewhere. This incredible field that he's drafting against cd-rom makes me feel a little bit uneasy as my number receiver here given that he might be the number three receiver zone. Yeah it is very true and he's the super talented player. I saw I think. He's looking just like an upside fire, not flyers, but outside guys this point. and see lambs. Hopefully it'd be part of maybe three or forced. I WANNA say straight receivers. You have to get quarterback, but he might not need to take another running back when you have Jacobs. Connor Gordon and Dobbins I don't even see the need to take another running back. Surly all right I want to bring up a few pairs of names here and see if if I'm just you know losing it or if there's something here Dave. Tonight Matt Breda Jordan Howard separate teams David Montgomery to recall on separate teams Edwards hilarious Damon separate teams, Murray and Kamera separate teams, Hunt and Chubb. Team Kerryon Johnson Andrea Swift not on the same team Austin. Single Terry not on the same team Ingram Dobbins separated. It goes on and on and on and on. It's trying to lock up a Backfield as much as you and I have talked about the importance of doing it in a close league like this. Are We overrating at a little bit because these talented drafters here now by and large with the exception of maybe Hubbard at the one spot with the with the niners running backs here tonight. They've avoided it. It hasn't been a big deal to them smart. Bit Indifferent. How do you feel about this? The all got delving cooking Alexander miatas. That is true, yeah. but you know I think it's fine I mean you can. You can go any direction you want. If you're going with a receiver, heavy team and you're running running backs later. I think you're fine. Just taking stabs, other players and some people don't like handcuffed when eighteen ron format, it doesn't limit you a little bit. Because then you're talking to roster spots on on one team in one position so I kind of get it. If you just take some savage and other other players, backups, or other players like standalone like Moss for example, he's going to have some Santillan value I mean the right or also I can see that Beck and Carrie Johnson. He's. He's GonNa. Get carries it almost for sure so I see I can see that as well and a lot of these guys are so much time sharing by going on in the NFL I totally got it as a reminder. This is the first year and the F. FCC. Proser says Joe How many years. We've been doing this ten too many. I don't know it's getting. It hasn't been a decade. It's close. This is the first time we've ever had a best ball. Slim eighteen rounds, no kickers, no defenses, and if you WANNA play in a format like.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

14:21 min | 9 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"This is cultivating place conversations on natural history and the human impulse to garden from nor state public radio in northern California. I'm Jennifer Joel. Were now well into women's history month and International Women's Day was this last Sunday march eighth as we continue cultivating places. Women's history month interviews. Were joined this week by Andrea Delong Amaya director of horticulture for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas. At Austin it is also the botanic garden for the State of Texas Andrea has been on staff for over twenty years and has more than thirty years of experience in horticulture. She Guides fifteen staff members in the design and management of nine acres of Native Plant Gardens. Two hundred and seventy five acres of natural areas and in native plant nursery. She teaches classes in native plant horticulture and writes and presents on her passion for the field widely. She spoke with US late. Last autumn to share more about the history and work of the centre including it. Being the legacy of another extraordinary woman ladybird Johnson Andrea shares. Her own enthusiasm for this field of work. Welcome Andrea Hi. How you doing? I'm great how are you wonderful? I'd love for you to start by describing describe the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as visually as you can for listeners. Who may not have been there. And then we'll talk a little bit about your specific work there Andrea Sherr so we are in a South Austin and in the middle of Texas. We're in a part of the state that we refer to as Texas El country or the Edwards Plateau which is a beautiful beautiful part of the state. Of course Texans will say every part of the state is beautiful but I WANNA say text. The central Texas area is particularly beautiful especially in the spring were really renowned for having excellent wildflower displays including the Texas blue on it which occurs all over the state but the central Texas areas particularly flora for us in the spring. And so we are like I said in Austin and the site that were on is a public garden where about two hundred and eighty five acres. I think we actually added a little bit more In the last year or so and it's a public garden where we feature plants that are native to the state of Texas. That's the site now. The organization is bigger than that But the gardens here. We're demonstrating hell different. Native plants can be used in different kinds of landscapes different kinds of styles. We have collections of plants. From different parts of the State we are the Botanic Garden Texas. So we're trying to increase our collections to represent other parts of the state as well as the central Texas area so we have about nine acres of cultivated gardens and then we have a sixteen Acre Texas Arboretum of trees So those are the horticultural areas in then. We have natural areas in The other parts of the the property And that the natural areas also include some research areas. We have some Areas where we're doing Land Management prescribed fire treatments and different kinds of land-management to see how that influences the vegetation. Yeah we can talk more about that. If you're if you like definitely definitely I will i. I would love to get into some of the specifics of each of those areas you just described but before we get there. Describe your your your job there what it entails and may be the trajectory of your twenty years there. Andrea. Yeah well. I started as a gardener appropriately and really enjoy working outside. I mean I've always been interested in being outdoors and that goes way back to my childhood is probably most people who have an affinity for the natural world That usually starts childhood so I grew up doing things outdoors with my parents particularly with my dad. We'd go camping or canoeing. And I remember having a field guide of of wildflowers weeds that surrounded our area where we lived and that was great. Fun everything from astronomy to birds and lizards and insects. Just everything is so interesting And I just find that the more I learn about things the more I'm fascinated and in awe of the natural world so that's just started early but it's just been a long a lifelong interest in learning more and observing more. I mean I laugh. We have a big picture window at our dining room table. And that's our TV. We don't have an actual electronics of the Inter House. It's overlooking a garden and pond and we just sit there and watch the animal antics and what's blooming and it's great fun and it's a nice way to slow down in our fast paced world That's a that's a big part of what I think. Nature does for me and for a lot of people So you started as a gardener. What year was that Andrea and then tell us about the progression of your rules at the Center Which clearly you progressed in because of your deepening curiosity and ever expanding knowledge base. Yes so I started in December of nine hundred ninety eight and Worked as a gardener I've guarded in most of the areas that we have in Under cultivation over the years and at some point we had Position of gardens manager was available so I moved into that and then I don't know maybe fifteen years ago I transitioned into the direct report culture and Unfortunately that means a little bit less guarding than I used to do. But it also gets me in a higher level of designing decision making which is very exciting and allows me to have more influence over some of the bigger picture things that are happening And then overseeing the natural areas arboretum and the nurseries also been pretty pretty fun and adds different interest to what what I'm looking at. Yeah so talk about Before we get into the specifics of some of the programmatic areas and display areas there and then the research give listeners. A history of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center when it started what it's original mission in scope was of course the wonderful woman for whom it is named and by whom it was founded in its original iteration and So that that people have an understanding of just how much bigger is then. A Garden appreciating wildflowers. Because that is a fabulous mission but it's it is much bigger than that so we're very blessed to have had the visionary Labor Johnson as founder. She founded the wildflower center. Initially as the wildflower research center. The National Welfare Research Center and that was an endeavor that she took on with her friend and actress. Helen Hayes which a lot of people don't remember that part of of the history but it's Kinda Funny Mrs Johnson didn't feel like she had enough name. Recognition Systems of Helen Hayes. And so her mission right from the beginning was to really try to understand an unlocked the secrets of wildfires in native plants and understand how they grow and that was the original research. The the wildflower center did at that time and so that was a nineteen eighty two so the organization started back. Then we moved to our current site as a public garden Before it was more just a research site with some portables but it didn't really have botanical garden kind of exhibits. Someone moved to Our current site in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that was really a big focus of making the space Amenable to guests and having exhibits that people can interact with and having educational programming and really elaborating on that when she first started it. Why we'll just remind listeners? She was of course the first lady of the United States and she Had A as firstly. She had some remarkable initiatives to beautify. I think was the word that was used then. roads and highways across the country and she was taken by the wildflower diversity there in her home state for good reason. Because it's a pretty remarkable native flora. Will you talk a little bit about that? And and why people thought this was not just a pretty project but was worthy of deep research. Even at that time so yeah. Mrs Johnson grew up in a rural setting and without siblings so she was a long time so her best friend is. A child was outside Just the outdoors and I think that was what what instilled upon in her the scrape passion for the for the natural world and then as she became first lady She really had a great influence on President Johnson in terms of Passing legislation one of the things he's known for is the beautification. Act The highway beautification. Act and getting billboards off of the roadsides and cleaning up roadsides and planting wildflowers and the way I understand it you know we talk about it is being beautification and she knew at the time. She was very savvy that at the time. She knew that that was a word that would engage people. The public secretly I. I've heard that she felt like that was actually kind of a word and that it is she. I think she understood. It was deeper than just beautification was away to connect people with the idea that she had the native flora of Texas. Talk about the diversity you have there. And how the diversity of Texas which is not which is an enormous place with a lot of micro climates and But talk about that. Diversity is then valuable as a kind of proto type for researching and understanding diversity anywhere Andrea. The State is a big state. And because of that. We're really blessed with many different Eka regions and vegetation zones. We have depending on how you look at it. We might we have about a dozen different vegetation zones and it's kind of a funnel you if you look at how the the geography of North America As things migrate and flow back and forth from north to South America it goes through Central America and through the funnel of Texas so we get plants and animals coming through there that over millennia have really made it for very rich environment which is Super Fun to be exploring and studying and and gardening with those plants and gardening for wildlife the diversity of wildlife that we have what is your current number of sort of native plants in Texas. We have thousands Maybe five thousand native plant species or tax in the state of Texas. But I would have to confirm that number on our site. We have about nine hundred species of native tax on our property here and tax would include species and sometimes subspecies right. I think one of the things. It's really interesting to me. And part of what makes Native Plant Research. So interesting is that You know it's that Great John Muir quote of you can't pull on one thread in the universe without tugging on the whole of the universe but the native plant as you were describing that idea of Texas being this fabulous funnel in migration patterns and and water like large watersheds scope. You get this sense of the complexity and history of that interrelationship between climatic patterns geology. The tectonic plates of our continent and how plants and animals are interrelated with all of that. And it's all co evolved into this fabulous beautiful soup that you know in your region is the big beautiful state of Texas Talk. About how over time the different display areas have evolved there at the center and what they're kind of individual purposes are from the perspective of not only engaging the public but also providing laboratories for research end data and information collection. The gardens themselves have not been The subject of actual research study. I mean informally as gardeners. Were all every time we garden? It's always an experiment you but we do have more of our. Formal research is happening in the natural areas primarily with a land-management research. I would like to progress as we move forward to doing more plant trials and other more formal kinds of horticultural research but just demonstrating these plants. in having them in a garden setting where we can somewhat control conditions. Some plants obviously are pretty malleable and while adjusts to horticultural kind of settings others We found not well suited for gardens. They may be beautiful plants but they may be tricky or they may be really specific in the kinds of areas and conditions that they want to grow and people love. There's a little plant called Mountain. Pink which is super cute. It's Maybe a foot tall and it looks like this. Perfect bouquet of flowers with hot pink balsams on it and they bloom in the summer. They grow in road cuts where it's just basically solid rock almost just COLUCCI and people love them and they want to grow them in their garden..

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Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Women Working in the World of Plants

Cultivating Place

09:44 min | 9 months ago

Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Women Working in the World of Plants

"We continue cultivating places. Women's history month interviews. Were joined this week by Andrea Delong Amaya director of horticulture for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas. At Austin it is also the botanic garden for the State of Texas Andrea has been on staff for over twenty years and has more than thirty years of experience in horticulture. She Guides fifteen staff members in the design and management of nine acres of Native Plant Gardens. Two hundred and seventy five acres of natural areas and in native plant nursery. She teaches classes in native plant horticulture and writes and presents on her passion for the field widely. She spoke with US late. Last autumn to share more about the history and work of the centre including it. Being the legacy of another extraordinary woman ladybird Johnson Andrea shares. Her own enthusiasm for this field of work. Welcome Andrea Hi. How you doing? I'm great how are you wonderful? I'd love for you to start by describing describe the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as visually as you can for listeners. Who may not have been there. And then we'll talk a little bit about your specific work there Andrea Sherr so we are in a South Austin and in the middle of Texas. We're in a part of the state that we refer to as Texas El country or the Edwards Plateau which is a beautiful beautiful part of the state. Of course Texans will say every part of the state is beautiful but I WANNA say text. The central Texas area is particularly beautiful especially in the spring were really renowned for having excellent wildflower displays including the Texas blue on it which occurs all over the state but the central Texas areas particularly flora for us in the spring. And so we are like I said in Austin and the site that were on is a public garden where about two hundred and eighty five acres. I think we actually added a little bit more In the last year or so and it's a public garden where we feature plants that are native to the state of Texas. That's the site now. The organization is bigger than that But the gardens here. We're demonstrating hell different. Native plants can be used in different kinds of landscapes different kinds of styles. We have collections of plants. From different parts of the State we are the Botanic Garden Texas. So we're trying to increase our collections to represent other parts of the state as well as the central Texas area so we have about nine acres of cultivated gardens and then we have a sixteen Acre Texas Arboretum of trees So those are the horticultural areas in then. We have natural areas in The other parts of the the property And that the natural areas also include some research areas. We have some Areas where we're doing Land Management prescribed fire treatments and different kinds of land-management to see how that influences the vegetation. Yeah we can talk more about that. If you're if you like definitely definitely I will i. I would love to get into some of the specifics of each of those areas you just described but before we get there. Describe your your your job there what it entails and may be the trajectory of your twenty years there. Andrea. Yeah well. I started as a gardener appropriately and really enjoy working outside. I mean I've always been interested in being outdoors and that goes way back to my childhood is probably most people who have an affinity for the natural world That usually starts childhood so I grew up doing things outdoors with my parents particularly with my dad. We'd go camping or canoeing. And I remember having a field guide of of wildflowers weeds that surrounded our area where we lived and that was great. Fun everything from astronomy to birds and lizards and insects. Just everything is so interesting And I just find that the more I learn about things the more I'm fascinated and in awe of the natural world so that's just started early but it's just been a long a lifelong interest in learning more and observing more. I mean I laugh. We have a big picture window at our dining room table. And that's our TV. We don't have an actual electronics of the Inter House. It's overlooking a garden and pond and we just sit there and watch the animal antics and what's blooming and it's great fun and it's a nice way to slow down in our fast paced world That's a that's a big part of what I think. Nature does for me and for a lot of people So you started as a gardener. What year was that Andrea and then tell us about the progression of your rules at the Center Which clearly you progressed in because of your deepening curiosity and ever expanding knowledge base. Yes so I started in December of nine hundred ninety eight and Worked as a gardener I've guarded in most of the areas that we have in Under cultivation over the years and at some point we had Position of gardens manager was available so I moved into that and then I don't know maybe fifteen years ago I transitioned into the direct report culture and Unfortunately that means a little bit less guarding than I used to do. But it also gets me in a higher level of designing decision making which is very exciting and allows me to have more influence over some of the bigger picture things that are happening And then overseeing the natural areas arboretum and the nurseries also been pretty pretty fun and adds different interest to what what I'm looking at. Yeah so talk about Before we get into the specifics of some of the programmatic areas and display areas there and then the research give listeners. A history of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center when it started what it's original mission in scope was of course the wonderful woman for whom it is named and by whom it was founded in its original iteration and So that that people have an understanding of just how much bigger is then. A Garden appreciating wildflowers. Because that is a fabulous mission but it's it is much bigger than that so we're very blessed to have had the visionary Labor Johnson as founder. She founded the wildflower center. Initially as the wildflower research center. The National Welfare Research Center and that was an endeavor that she took on with her friend and actress. Helen Hayes which a lot of people don't remember that part of of the history but it's Kinda Funny Mrs Johnson didn't feel like she had enough name. Recognition Systems of Helen Hayes. And so her mission right from the beginning was to really try to understand an unlocked the secrets of wildfires in native plants and understand how they grow and that was the original research. The the wildflower center did at that time and so that was a nineteen eighty two so the organization started back. Then we moved to our current site as a public garden Before it was more just a research site with some portables but it didn't really have botanical garden kind of exhibits. Someone moved to Our current site in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that was really a big focus of making the space Amenable to guests and having exhibits that people can interact with and having educational programming and really elaborating on that when she first started it. Why we'll just remind listeners? She was of course the first lady of the United States and she Had A as firstly. She had some remarkable initiatives to beautify. I think was the word that was used then. roads and highways across the country and she was taken by the wildflower diversity there in her home state for good reason. Because it's a pretty remarkable native flora. Will you talk a little bit about that? And and why people thought this was not just a pretty project but was worthy of deep research. Even at that time so yeah. Mrs Johnson grew up in a rural setting and without siblings so she was a long time so her best friend is. A child was outside Just the outdoors and I think that was what what instilled upon in her the scrape passion for the for the natural world and then as she became first lady She really had a great influence on President Johnson in terms of Passing legislation one of the things he's known for is the beautification. Act The highway beautification. Act and getting billboards off of the roadsides and cleaning up roadsides and planting wildflowers and the way I understand it you know we talk about it is being beautification and she knew at the time. She was very savvy that at the time. She knew that that was a word that would engage people. The public secretly I. I've heard that she felt like that was actually kind of a word and that it is she. I think she understood. It was deeper than just beautification was away to connect people with the idea that she

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Ologies

"Is just disgustingly and I think at the time in at the hospital. I was diagnosed in New York City that I held the record at least the pediatric. Er for for some time. I don't know if that's still the case. It's not a proud record to have but yeah I I don't know I've I've seen some one sees where I work so a one. C is a three month average of your blood sugar. Okay a normal person's She is between four and five point five ish and that's a percent and what it really is it's measuring the glick hospitalization of your red blood cells so the sugars sticky and so it's going to stick to your red blood cells and so you can kind of get an average into what that does and the reason it's every few months is because your blood cells turnover about one hundred twenty days or so and so what that does is that kind of gives you an idea of what your blood sugars are throughout those last three month. It's kind of like a report card here here. Are Your grades. So okay. I've seen so when you have diabetes you're usually technically diabetes isn't a one C of above six point five percent Technically quote unquote good control as a diabetic. You're less than seven percent. And if you're not doing so hot you're eight or nine percent even in the tens. It's not good but I've seen folks in the nineteen percent eighteen percent and that kind of correlates to an average average blood sugar of lake. Five hundred all all day. God I had so many patrons Kelly King Heather Dunsmore Deanne Karen Burn Him. Megan Johnson Andrea Marsh. Actually Hamer Shayla page in April Perry also first time question asker. Amanda Mercer who says is diabetes genetic genetic may great grandfather and grandfather were both diagnosed later in life and I was wondering how much of a chance happen being diagnosed so all those people are like. What's the deal? How genetic is it? So it's a really good question and it's not perfectly worked out yet. But the data suggests so there's obviously there's numerous types of diabetes and there's type one and type two and type one diabetes it's most commonly thought like a layman assume that type one is the genetic kind type two because you eat too much crap and it's actually much more complicated than that so what the studies are kind of finding out. Is that in terms of the genetics. There's there's a stronger genetic component with type two surprisingly then type one but it's multifactorial in it's not like an autosomal dominance type thing where you're passing passing you know you're automatically passing on this dominant trait. It's much more complicated. So the database that we pairs out that in type two if you have a first first degree relatives then you just had a higher chance of having type two at some point in your life Not necessarily at all but it's also environmentally kind of triggered. So Oh there's there's this saying that. I learned in Undergrad that genetics will load the gun and environment pulls the trigger and so they're kind of intimately involved in type one and the sucks for me because I'm a dude although I don't have kids yet. So maybe maybe it won't be the case but apparently there's an an interesting correlation with type one fathers who have sons have a higher likelihood of getting type one. But there's no sex linked trait that we know. It's it's not. It's not a sexy but we just happened to see epidemiologically that type. One fathers have more of a chance of having a type one son. Did anyone in your family that you know. No no no no one in my family had it that I know of The other thing is type. One is considered an auto immune disease so auto immune diseases like to.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Gratcast

Gratcast

20:28 min | 1 year ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Gratcast

"For the home opener. We're always bills. Mafia did did you back to Seattle. Are you stayed in New York State. After that New York flew flew back to buffalo on Wednesday after the giant game you might as well do it because even with the jets and giants. It's both playing in New Jersey. We do really feel like we concord New York State. Would that week wanting to game most definitely well. Give me a prediction before we had out bills bengals this week and we're going to get done almost definitely believe bills thirty one bengals seventeen seventeen while she agrees with the prediction. I love the suspense there folks. Thanks for joining us all the way from Seattle for this home homecoming Mafia party. Let's go. How are we doing guys join our night okay. We're GONNA keep enjoying it. I'M GONNA keep moving aggregate one little site guy. He thought I was going to interview. You know we're moving. So that was some sunglasses. He was wearing hairdo while listen pretty in pink looking outfit he he was aware and that's maniac. He's he's. The star of train wreck sports. There's a whole gang of guys behind train wreck but this do camera presence is is is quick with he he's he's fantastic. I loved I loved working with him. The whole the night we also head cold front reports and why so serious doing some some different hosting and interviewing with different people throughout the night. If you WANNA watch the whole livestream it's on the ground with productions Youtube page you can you can see the whole thing that excuse me. You can see the whole thing there. I'll be editing together some highlight videos and all that from the weekend and and getting that out here soon but yeah shout out to the to to maniac did a fantastic job going around talking all vans interviewing. Everybody get into all that stuff so then Saturday a Saturday was the memorial for his brother for for his brother Pancho Villa and it was a good time it. It was a fun time. It was a sad bit emotional time his his his son which you're gonNA see right off the beginning here thing on top of the truck leading a leaving the bills charge and all the fans yellow back and I it was it was emotional emotional stuff so go ahead and hit that video yeah. I always have my buddy care of it. What I saw you other things short as licenses live so family approached me it Oh wow aw don't ask everyone on behalf of all of us and everyone here Thank you a hammer for allowing us to have local calibration year. It's about remembering as Joe Joe and really make sure that we celery and salary all who marries half his everybody today. Tell us your a story to tell we're going around you. You know just some good story. You're laughing and smiling because that exactly uh this. I'm also ministers. Roy As would've wanted opening prayer hats appreciate that thank you so much beautiful day unsure ponchos bugging you for a while about this and things up this weekend. We thank you gift of as Rub Castro gives us near where you had to graze thing the love you and love. You set everything else on on that. Ezra was a prime example of Dan. Thank you have you showed us away. We're passionate way of love. Waiting kindness always looking because of the influence of others date we don't eat here in honor of him and two pairs the family but we would receive adult soliciting love it has had to share the same way and his spirit and carry on individuals family forever ever. We thank you father this love. We bless everyone in Jesus name. Doc Memorial befall sorts right down the middle together we three times you I don't know if you saw on the right there. That was that was the Pinto Pinto from Pinto Ron. You'RE GONNA see some folks up on up on top of that van and in our next highlight that was that was Saturday it was it was was pretty emotional the the home memorial we're GonNa edit together in a nice little video for the family but the whole memorial is on the youtube page the grabwood productions youtube page and Andrew was just asking about the the milk in wasn't asking the red vehicle NEC's Pinto there was something scratched into it this tasker st which I think Steve Tasker probably signed the sign of Pinto but in the in the back corner I think still drives street legal. They cook all the food on it and all that it's not in the in the in the full videos they give us a whole walk through how they cook everything and all that on camera so great stuff there but there's a half gallon will container of half gallon left of milk doc in the back of the Pinto. That's been there since is actually nineteen. ninety-one the bills have the the greatest comeback. NFL history against the Houston oilers in the playoffs and for whatever reason one of the guys at the tailgate brought the finger spoiled milk to the came and Ed Boyle to begin with no spoil the beginning. It wasn't like they started my once. They kept that dollars is explained. His odds apprentices tailgate anyway. Nobody knows why the weird and they decided it was a good luck charm. Was He make it decided it was a good luck charm and it's it's been there ever since okay so so if it's that old wooden had dried up no so it's it's over time the soured milk is he's more toxic than or stronger than the plastic milk jug container so it's eaten through several milk jug containers and everything so they keep it in a uh got it like inside a Bedpan so once it even worse grow once it eats through the Hawks disgusting anyway and then you put it in a bed candidates exactly what you think it is wants it eats through a gallon jug they and it all flows into the pattern they then pour that back into a new gap jock and start the whole process baby. They should go to a glass milk jug lake. You can get those at whole foods owns. It costs six bucks every milk but you can reuse that that bitch. I agree an orderly scout. Their traditions and only reason is apparently one of you want the food being made all right by the poison season the highlight of what everyone's been waiting for whatever one's been asking for what everyone's wanted to see the legendary ketchup and mustard bath for one Kenny Pinto Ron Johnson Andrea it the early all celebrate uh-huh Awed Paul Take. It's hard yeah aw they oh yeah It was great so so we're rear glass. We had a chance to for a chance to talk to them and so the Camera Guy Camera Guy asks them beforehand ready. Cutty it looks at the camera never ready for this and then the news that asked him. At what point do you ever want to go to the game and not be covered in ketchup and mustard word. He's like every game but they so the way. It started way back in the eighties. He just wants to see the game and you aw pick on him and make him do that so feel better way back in the late eighties they were all drunken and tailgating held out his catch up to his brother our whose pizza Pete and cooks the pizza in filing cabinet and he holds weird in Buffalo. He holds out he's holds. Oh you who holds out this this hamburger and says I need catch up and he knew that that his brother was going to squirt the catch up yeah yeah so he held it out and it still it still got hit all over them and then the the next week he backed up a little farther and farther and that had more people jumped in and over the over thirty forty years this is this is what it's evolved into insanely crazy tradition. I remember as is like a ten eleven year old going to the game with my dad and going pass the Pinto an and the whole Party of Bowling Ball's out of the shot the one hundred proof of the bowling the bowling ball's shot or shot voivode like you're seeing it's very weird. Sounding Bill Hicks Donna thanks for checking in in good to see in the chat on yeah so he everybody. It's all free they cook all the food for free over comes up its first come first serve and smile how long line and they've got all these bottles of the hundred proof career strange alcohol that he's like. Shit but you do the shot of the bull involved bald slam. The bowling ball down next person comes along. That's how people get mono in. You spread herpes. That's why we don't get sick. We deal with the call you no but you all get together so you think because you're all like that. It's not sick. This is why every time you come back from Buffalo you get the east coast flu and every time I come back. I'm good to go because our our our immune system has been built up over time by eating burgers chicken wings chicken wings are fried in army helmet yeah so we food off of an engine to this oil. This is what happens our this. This is what toughens you absence absolutely. I think that so you again you can watch the whole tailgate party greg productions page for the rest of it's all they're put together highlights with entire weekend very soon. Get those out and share them but so from from a production standpoint now we did. We live. I stream from the bar on Friday night. Then we livestream from the parking lot on Saturday night live stream from the same parking lot on Sunday. All three of these productions were completely clearly different beasts and amls that we had to wrangle the biggest lesson I learned from doing all of this all weekend partnering with Code Socks and everybody else is no matter who you know no matter how long you've been friends no matter how long you been doing business together always hire your cohn people so we had some different different promo people that were friends of friends cousin. They're supposed to do this at the pass out things and they they kind of nailed it in a little bit. They didn't do anything they should have done and you couldn't really had no accountability over them because it was somebody's causing and you didn't want to start causing family drama with all different types of stuff but some of the people showed up at the last minute for for served the camerawork thing if they're doing it as a volunteer receiving nothing in return except thanks. That's one thing Ah Y'all know you're doing with a form of payment money a certain gift. Some people wanting to game instead money. You're expected to do your job. I don't care who your cousin is in and good to say. It's a good thing that I wasn't there. Ah There Rams promos a much tighter ship and no one talked around but the problem is we got the pictures we got the footage. We got the word out there as request with the pro. The difference is there was there was a boss within the group so doing the livestream and the street teams the St Eighteen had to go off on their on their own and and pass it out and do all that there was no accountability into the circle so they lolly gagging around they just did it. Beersheva earshot of beer shotguns at other tailgate parties and all that stuff there was there was nothing I could do because I was running the whole livestream and all that other stuff and it just the I I will. I will never go into another situation where I have not handpicked and in selected people we had some some great people on the Cameron all of that which is a clothing line out of buffalo these guys hey did the cameras rape testing jess station just dishing yeah okay to separate words additional food dishing up. Gosnell like just dishes sweet passes that go in the back of the net hockey apparel meaning more so they knew the spelling of it when they wanNA look it up. That's why I gave him. A reference of what is in reference to just dishing passes that go in the back of the net because there are hockey hockey apparel those those guys Nick Nick and Eric did a fantastic job for us all weekend long and can't thank them enough but with everything there was there was pros and cons so if I had to go through it again I I would always always always hire my own people and then I was told again. There was all those kind of doing this. For other people wasn't my particular vent and all that I had to do kind of within the constraints of how it was done one of the things that we was needed at all times for the livestream on Saturday and Sunday was a hot spot that could do at least seven megabytes per for second upload speed. We did not have access to that hot spot and nobody wanted to bothered to deal with it and and handle it so the hot spot in that parking lot both days we had to do a whole livestream production through through a fall so like the phone wasn't shooting the foam was creating hotspot and then the sling studio which is the tower our that all the different camera feeds go into goes into the sling studios in the sling studio since it's the phone and then hotspot sends it out now all we can long. I've been tested my phone figure out like like what we can expect from. The upload speed on the phone all over.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Rutherford New Jersey today taking on the New York Giants this time around trying to get to a two and I'll start on the season the bills be up against the giants team that has had plenty of injuries in passing game but New York does happen to boast one of the best running backs in the NFL in St one Barkley he's one and like I said the best backs that I've seen in amount of years I've been around the league and he's strong he's got good vision he understands the game his instincts can catch the ball out of the backfield he'll bounce it outside just as much as cut the ball back very rarely does one guy bring him down I mean this is this is going to be all all hands on deck type of effort here that was John McDermott inter port for the bills today Terron Johnson Andrea Roberts had been ruled out this afternoon while tied and Tyler Kroft is questionable as for the giants receiver sterling Shepard and dairy Slayton have been ruled out while receive record could elaborate is questionable for New York today with pregame coverage of bills and giants all morning leading up to the one PM kick off at MetLife stadium with John Murphy Eric what and south a patch on the call right here on the radio home of the Buffalo Bills WJR sports radio five fifty. around the NFL cordon and on our skin Rappaport patriots receiver Antonio brown's accuser will meet with the league as they start their investigation on brown's sexual assault case after civil lawsuit was launched against brown earlier in this past week the New York Jets have a bevy of injuries linebacker CJ mostly in defense tackle Quinn and Williams are out for Monday night while running back levy on bell and receiver Demaryius Thomas are questionable for the jets against Cleveland. zero Mike Williams a true game time decision according to Rapoport Williams will test his knee in pregame warmups before making the choice to play through a an injury meanwhile according to ESPN's Adam Schefter Bengals running back Joe mixin is expected to play this afternoon college football the balls fall into one and two on the season after thirty five seventeen loss to liberty last night bulls.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Sometimes like today, than daily politics, podcast on cables, and I'm for IBA Hartman, under in parliament after hearing rich candidates have made it through to be officially recognized in the Tory DJ contest. Now the each have eight nominations to public proposer in a second. And then six enormous MP's is about who is no longer in the race. So some came up pulled out of the race saying that he realized he wasn't getting the necessary support. It was a late withdrawal. I have to say we got the announcement on who was on the ballot paper about half an hour later. I thought he was coming to the nation. Hustings sharing a one nation hostage where Sam was supposed to come. And once again, as with kit, Malthouse the other week, he looks at what he was going to have to endure your hands thought can't do this. And he pulled out so we left now with ten candidates who've made it on. To the ballot paper and that's microwave. Sajjan Jaffa Dominic Robb Boris Johnson Andrea. Let's estimate. Vais Rory Stewart. Why did I stop? Hey, what's. Very impressive, Tom. But I saw so we're left with ten candidates on the ballot paper. And that's microwave might Hancock more coffee, Jeremy hunt. Such Jaffe Boris Johnson Andrew. Let's estimate Fe domonique rob and Rory Stewart. And we've had some of that launches today. We talked about a few of them in the early. Pour cost Hansie be trailed the podcast. You went to this afternoon, which was Michael goes after the in the weekend, it was probably the most hotly anticipated of the launches manage to me to come sation away from druggies, and in bed as book and move onto what he wants to be talking about his leadership pitch. I think his speech was very very good. It was tipped Kucova. It was well-crafted well-structured passionate belief, and he went through the various jobs out, in government education, Justice environment and outlined, what he did cheat each and he does have an impressive track record and he used that to say that he would then be able. Deliver not just a series of domestic reforms on social care housing and so, but also that he'd be able to deliver Brexit, the porta amazes, even though I think he has moved the conversation on a bit from the drugs issue. Partly at she by attacking Boris Johnson in the most explicit. Whereas all of the candidates, so fold the other referred to to Johnson but not in the way that g-o-v did he. She made a joke about how Boris it already pulled out before and he shouldn't pull out and he should ensure he gets through to the final two and so on he has made us on a bit. But I think the damage has been done, which is that, even if Tory MP's members don't care about microwaves post drug use it now contributes to a sense, he can't quite be trusted because the allegations he's been a hypocrite on this forget, what he's actually done. It's the fact that he said, one thing in public and the press and did another thing privacy. Early. And I think the problem is, is that contributes to an existing fear that he can't be trusted because of the way that he betrayed poor Stimson and the twin sixteen contests and also the fact that toy members and MP's a worried, they can't trust him on Brexit. He wasn't allowed for instance, to audition before the senior members of the European research group last week because they didn't consider him to be sufficiently pure on Brexit. So he did the very best. He could I think, with his leadership launch, but I'm not sure that will be enough, given the, the drug story contributes to an existing weakness, and it's interesting. You mentioned about the microwave Johnson dynamic, because something I've been picking up and last week, and then particularly over the weekend is unless peace, who actually very worried that by backing goes, they have had the entering Boris go psycho drama chapter that they hoped having left behind. And I think owned Bennetts. Clearly, there's one claim the claim sorry, this one story that has generated the most interest there but on sat stale. I had an MP complained to me about other comments in that Vic. So there's a chapter in which published in the Daily Mail in which Michael said to had a dinner with conservative MP's who my mouth stride and one MP present, and it's clear trying to lose support is asked about the idea of if he regretted basely stabbing Johnson in the back in the last election. And he's suggested he was doing a public service that has caused a lot of red lights and concerns because it does feed again into did it. He is a Machiavellian type character and that there is a lot of baggage there, and I think that is helping Jeremy hunt in a sense, then as we speak for an early poker. I, I was at Jeremy Huntsville, Jen, I think the people that he really deeply Jeremy hunt could go the way go all the way I think there are also people who backing. Armie haunt, because the various reasons they feel able to back burst. Johnson letter is previous comments constituents which is fat. They just don't believe he is a good person. We find minister, but he still think birth Johnson is very likely to be the next prime ministers. So with that in mind, who are they going to bag, if they bought Michael go, I think it could be seen as a hostile move. Jeremy hunt, perhaps Javid, a safe bets and the maybe today. Complicated way of the ad. Actually think is a factor for some peas and why Michael gave is falling behind Jeremy hunt, although so interesting. We've got more leadership launches within the next few days. What are we expecting tomorrow, Keiichi? So there were some debts, these events, actually go ahead. Because Andrea net seven Royce chew. It was not one hundred the eight votes. They need they have so tomorrow. We have Markelle also Andrea lets him Royce Jewett Reese, I think perhaps trademark voice you leadership style. Except to be, perhaps, I don't read about the others, but the most exciting doing it in a ball in a tent isn't a tent was joking apart rally, so, so you're going to see him trying again to make the point to hacks and MP's who either though, watching on that what he is trying to do here, showing that he has support if you just looked to how he might've Barrena general election. And he looked on perhaps, the base Tori membership people who are going to elect the leader. Yes. We'll have some is pumped into Nicholas Soames Adia. He has come up for Easter and he said he he's introducing ROY hasn't been asked. But he will be at this rally so can Clark someone he has back for student. So it could be almost a tweet grandee grassroots types. Ready grandees from certain wing of the party. And that's always voice jobs problem, isn't it? Yeah. That's perfect of. And actually, he has a few problems have he's good really get in this race and his big hurt his Thusday when we had the first secret banner an MP need to go up from not just having eight votes to having sixteen votes that could be a struggle for cancer, like Rousset also Andrea. That's and he has issued that there was one part of the party that are never going to agree of all human, which is that you might even really bothered to renegotiate the resort agreement. The agreement as is undeveloped piece of art, and everyone should be grateful. But then you also have the group he should be able to. Appeal to the one nation caucus. But yet within that group he has a credibility problem. So if he was purely restraints, Ponant IX and his pitch. He would think that something that someone like amber Rudd, potentially Nikki Mubin would have in common live than some of the other candidates, but there is a that he isn't actually, the person who can get far enough. So best placed going somewhere else. I think the only re- really available to worry if he wants to, to Royce who wants to get those votes is to try and convince try and answer that credibility question because I mean Brexit is ER G just people who voted leaving might be live at skeptical of his position. Yes. And you saw we had Dominic Robb earlier, who was taking on a shamelessly, reprove Brexit, here stance in his pitch hoping is that they are much more powerful in the party than the rule restrict constituency, as you say. But you you've been talking to the one nation Tories, again, the evening, you've been hosting. Another one of their hustings which as we know Sam game was to frighten to attend. Who did you have instead? So this is the final hustings, and I think it's at least the candidates, and it's probably done to timing, but he currently have less support than some of some of the rivals such as you. Both Johnson said today was the final to you, and that was Mark Harper an estimate bay now. S McVeigh, stands out with somebody. He probably on paper has the least in common with the one nation crooked, and that's not because she's not a one nation conservative. I think we know that many times most conserved would describe themselves one nation Tory. And she did is just the one in Kuka's is very, specifically, a coup switches, very skeptical about Nodia Brexit. Now she made her case, and she said that she wants to be, honest, impose IX, and she didn't really believe decided that you would be able to negotiate in the timeframe available for the need and leave at the end of Tober. So her priority was preparing for new deal issue. To come prime minister and leaving the end of Tober. Well, that involves Brogan parliament will not. I think it's interesting from that is, as we say more from Boris Johnson before in the Sunday Times at the weekend laying his Brexit pitch. He was saying that he wants to hold the money till you knows exactly what the getting, and he wants to get rid of the backs of entirely, and he wants to leave as end of October auditing estimate. Vail, would many votes in the one issue caucus. I don't think she thinks either. But she might offer I suppose, she might hinder some of the arguments of Brexit was making by highlighting her view. That is possible in the timeframe you mentioned Boris Johnson, one of the things I found interesting about the past couple of weeks and about today is the way candidates, his vitals, eventually giving him quite free, Paul. So we've talked a lot about how he's not doing very much in this contest, his leadership campaign team, sort of locked in a cupboard and decided that the riskiest thing to do is to give him more exposure. But it's interesting that the other candidates, but been so focused on ensuring that they all the person who comes number two on the paper, they've actually really forgotten to attack Johnson. And there's a risk here for them that they don't establish narrative that encourages Tory members to feel nervous about the prospect of him as prime minister, and they need to establish early on because he's so popular because he's such a strong brand there needs to be a proper tax strategy from those candidates. The hasn't been that so far oversee today we saw really for the first time proper attacks on boys, but they were still quite defensive hits from all of the candidates RAV them going on the offensive about, for instance, when he was a good foreign secretary, which is very hard to find any conservative and peeve, those she who bucking is campaign who thinks that he was a good example of a foreign secretary that needs to start now if those candidates series about beating him in the final two. Yeah. I think we've had a lot about the stock Burs operation, yet, it's been pretty low level. It's very clear to spot is impart, because we had stop. Rob. Rob says Gary at that. But I think on Boris Johnson, a D think the move he says, does the more criticism he might receive and you do sense this week, nothing major. But he has launched this idea on income tax, which help people who eighty K let has landed. I think fairly badly some, some of the party, you sue Michael gogo there tackling it. I think we might see more of that, and I would watch the hustings, and we have nine hundred hustings choosed in Wednesday night, and the behind closed doors. But MP's get to ask questions now you might start to see peration, which is to ask critical questions about his record and get into answer that. And I think that could be having MP's begins trying to tack him. Thank you, Katie. Thanks is the. And thank you for listening. We'll be back tomorrow. Unless of. Else really dramatic happens evening and do, please send your feedback to wonderful podcast. Email address. We've got some more to report. One was Mr. Nelson's address to Fraser for reasons of safety, please keep miss Hallman off the podcast. So I'm sorry about that. Your safety has once again been compromised. Thanks for listening..

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGN Radio

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09:02 min | 2 years ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And we continue our coverage with Andre Dallas. Deputy pungo onsite Ryan boroughs in studio, and we are awaiting word from chief. The superintendent police department chief Eddie Johnson. Andrea. Are you seeing that the there it looks like they are assembling inside the hospital? Yeah, they are the the entire police brass is at the university of Chicago hospitals, and that they have been because that is where the police officer who was shot was taken. He was taken at a rather that officer was taken to university of Chicago, another another person who was injured taken to north western. And then there was another hospital another hospital involved who were another victim was reportedly taken as well. So we were total a total of four and Chicago police are waiting to make statement this hour, they're all kind of assembling and gathering and soon as they step into the Mike will absolutely bring that to you live here. Ryan, hey, I know this is a busy afternoon. And for unfortunate reasons, what have you been hearing as far as some of the details that are coming out. Well, what we're hearing. And we'll probably get a little more clarity. From the superintendent here coming up is this apparently started in with an argument involving the gunman and someone who he had a relationship with maybe a fiancee, there are reports that perhaps this was the result of some kind of broken engagement. Now. That's a lot of information coming from maybe a very small very quick arguments. But that is what at least witnesses and some sources at the scene are saying, it's very very difficult to say we do this in in mass shooting situations we want to put it in the box. This was because of X this was because of terrorism this was because of a domestic situation. This was a person with a mental disorder because we want to put that in a box. Settle our minds that this isn't just evil, you know, rearing its ugly head everywhere now on one hand while we say, this is a domestic case. It'd mandate domestic if it was a domestic case, it would have ended in that first instance or situation this then went into another situation. We don't exactly know why that was that. This gunman may have decided to go into the hospital. Whether if it was the police coming and decided, this is the only place where I could escape that. But obviously you've got at least two other people shot in this situation. And Andrea was showing me, and we saw it for multiple media outlets. Now, this this bullet that was shot at a police officer that actually hit the holster and gun and Andrea. It's an incredible image. It is it is. And it actually was tweeted out now Ryan. So channel nine we've showing it as well. This was an officer in that parking lot who was hit while his his holster as you just said his gun was hit by this bullet and it lodged in the gun. It is just a remarkable picture that his gun literally saved his life. And we've heard about just the the people who are in the hallways in the lobby and the gunshots. They heard you always have to kind of pause and take that for what it is. Because people don't really understand. What's happening? A lot of times. You know, I heard twenty shots was actually ten shots plus echoes and things like how long it went on. So right. Maybe we'll get a little more information from police probably not tonight. But in the coming days of how many bullets were actually fired who fired these sports, we still don't know how this gunman died. There is a possibility. Although when you've got a barrage of bullets coming at someone you would think it was police may be who fatally shot this person, he may have taken his own life where we just don't know at this point. And the police officer who is being treated in critical. Condition was he was the first one on site and the fr- from what we're understanding. Possible. It sounds as though I mean and Andrea now we're looking at this looking at this map. Yeah. Compared to where the police who are responding now. Andre you're telling me. Yes. It which district is this responded. Yeah. Great. Great question. Because Ryan what happened was this is district one where this is located which goes from the river down to thirty first street that's district one. We're technically in that as well. However district two is just a few blocks away from mercy hospital. Why Illinois institute of technology next to the guaranteed rate field right down the street from there for people who are right, exactly. So they're closer in proximity. So their officers were likely one of the first at the scene, and then immediately when the all call went out, of course, officers from one where they're immediately thereafter. And I'm sure when they put the all call out when the when the police officer was hit. That officer from all the district's then respond. It's basically an all call that goes out. So all the police are there to aid to help, of course in our first responders reacting quickly, and it must be so hard for the families friends of officers and all of our first responders when the hear story like this breakout. Because as you mentioned Ryan at first, we don't know why what's the intent. What who are the targets? Right. So is this a draw people in and you start to think what what should we be prepared for and it is a tragedy? I cannot believe that this was a quick response of perhaps a hospital the police department. That there weren't more casualties. But we are waiting word. I still three. In extremely critical condition, and we've got on beliefs that at least one of those has passed, but we'll wait for official word on that. This is what we've got from the Chicago fire department says the Chicago fire department their job is to get people from the scene to the hospital. So what they say is one one that was dead when they arrived the gunman, and he has not been moved. He was not moved. He remains at mercy hospital. Mercy hospital is not a trauma center. So they gotta get them out to other locations university of Chicago and north western one went to north western right down the street from us here one to two university of Chicago. And that's where the police officers. And from what I understand. They also had to make sure that they were to save situations, even they couldn't really handle being able to treat anybody right at that time. Absolutely. Yeah. They were they actually stopped taking patients at mercy hospital, except those who are already there, and again as as we've all been saying throughout the day, you know, kudos to the first responders and the security guards at mercy hospital who basically, you know, had had the job. Of saying, hey, everybody, stay in place. Get, you know, hide getting closets, which you know, one of the doctors that was interviewed. I think Ryan by you or by by channel nine was saying, yes, they were in a closet for a while. Until police went Florida, Florida Florida floor making sure that everything was okay. I don't mean to make light of this situation. But there's really no better place to get shot right than a hospital, at least you've got some people their, nurses and doctors who might be able to help you out for a little while. So we're hoping that these three victims are able to sustain life for for longer. And we'll see how one of the things we we've done this active shooter. Andrea, I don't know if you've done it. Yeah. If you've done it, basically, what police says you've got about from that first time that that the shots are reported. You can assume that police will be there engaging probably within a span of ten minutes. So your job in those situations in those buildings is to get away from the shooter right lock yourself up. Unfortunately, in a lot of cases, police people decide to hunker down in these situations. And I understand you don't have your brains. You don't have your wits about you. You just see something that plays out on television happening. But in a lot of situations, you can get out of the building and get away from it. And people are, you know, they're so interested in getting behind desks and things like that where they missed the exit is right next to that. Right. We don't know the situation here. I I'm just I'm just saying from from the mass shooting perspective. And this is the one thing that police say is, you know, we're we're we think oh, I've got a hunker down. That's not necessarily the case, you gotta get away. And that's that's one of the things that we were trained here and many people are trade schools train this as well. Well, and also first moments there. Confusion. If you don't know where it's coming from. If you're worried that you're gonna run right into it too. Especially if you've got a lot of hallways and not knowing I mean, it's it's terrifying. But it sounds like they did the best. They can do the nurses managed to get people in these closed areas and anything you can do to stall anything you can do to distract the shooter's to throw them off. And not let them get at their targets. Saves lives. So we're going to hear those stories in the coming days of, nurses, and doctors and staff hospital staff, and even some patients, maybe who saved some lives there. Actually, there was a woman who had just received. I think whatever last cancer treatments who happened to be in the ER and made it out. Okay. Because I think it was the quick thinking of police and security officers at mercy who I believe are unarmed. Ryan if I'm. That sounds at some of the we got these patients outside so quickly and out of harm's way. Right. Let's take a break here. We'll continue to cover this story. Again, a tragic afternoon at mercy hospital beginning around three twenty when a gunman opened fire outside the hospital and entered the hospital more in a moment on seven twenty WGN. Whether it's our hearts lungs.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Sal, I know some before don't don't it's great to have. Yeah. Again, when you consider that the percentage chance of them making the postseason was like three percent and the first three weeks of the season. These are good times. If you wanna get in seven one three five seven two four six ten real quick on one other thing. I know we're going to hear from Thomas. Probably in the next segment. We'll get to what to Mary's had to say. But what were you guys expecting in terms of the percentage of snaps? He would play in this game. And I'll just put it out there. We'll fuller was a guy who was playing ninety five to one hundred percent of the snaps for this team. So he was the guy replacing fuller from just purely a headcount standpoint, we know he's not replacing fuller. Skill set. I've got the number of snaps. He played here in front of me. I'm just curious what you guys were expecting Paul see so going into this game. I thought that you would see him play over fifty percent of the snaps. I didn't think it would be a whole lot more than that. I felt that they would try to find ways to maybe put more tight ends on the field. What you said see from time to time. But you did see in play a pretty good amount in this one. And it's clear that as the game wore on. There are certain things that he wasn't aware of that was that was found to happen. Shawn Watson talked about it. After the games was in terms of like directions of some of the plays where they were going things along that nature can imagine. When you're trying to pick up a live terminology on a short week when you have been basically in the same the same or. For a while where I bet that from year to year, there's not going to be that much of a change in just the way that terminology goes just because you want to keep some continuity from year to year. This is a big judgment. And I mean, all that matters. Is that on that first drive of the game? He gave you enough to help. You score a touchdown on. What was one of the more? Impressive drives at the season. He did what was your expectation? So for the amount that he would play in this game thoughts different with the injuries that have and not having a lot of depth and of his talent, especially I thought it'd be more around sixty seventy percent of the time that he would play on a normal week. I guess I'm coming. The palm of my fifty percent this week with the injuries and everything going on him being back in Denver. I'll thinking sixty seventy percent the experience level of the guys playing behind him wide receiver in this system. Eight that much longer than to Mary's Thomas when you consider it Sammy coats and Vincent Smith various Thomas played in seventy nine percent of the Texans. Offensive snaps today. He's averaging Denver was actually seventy five percent more. He was a bigger part as a bigger part of the game plan. But he was a more active participant in the game today, then on average he'd been the Denver Broncos this year, kudos Thomas, man. I mean that is a that's a hell of a thing. Just to be able to know enough to be on the field for nearly eighty percent of your team snaps having just gotten here four days ago. That's extremely tough to do. And he just off his game today. He's gain the trust of the, Sean. He's getting the trust of his team. And I think it's fun to see a guy come in and make plays into the former team. He's already motivated. He's already pumped up, but he gained trust by making big play at the big play early on. And I think you'll see that moving forward. Let's go back to the phones. If you want to grab a line. We've got a couple of lines open seven one three five seven two four six ten to Cyprus we go and JR JR. Welcome in to Texans post game. Good. How are you? Oh, good. Good win. To talk about the play of Eric Reed. Think that he is. The back end of our defense. You're talking about you're talking about Justin Reed, definitely. Yeah. I like to thank him for being soft spoken. I think scared a lot of teams away from us. For the draft. He's suttles. Really should have been a first rounder. When you say outspoken teams were scared away because his brother was kneeling for the national anthem. Rising fall so far. Who was? No, no, I second round tower. Any all the way down us. I mean, I think I don't think that helped him his brother. No to be honest with you. I mean, I think the NFL by and large not every team. But I think there are teams out there that are that are smarter than that. I think he fell there were issues with his tackling, which has been unbelievable this year. It has I missed tackle of the year. Today had missed the single tackle. And I think he plays the position that is. I think he plays a position it's not a real premium position either. You know, there's teams are not out there using premium picks on generally speaking, unless you're. Unless you're you're unless you're Jamal Adams or something like that teams aren't us teams aren't using premium picks on safety. So I think there were there were other I can't speak for all thirty two teams. But he he winds up getting drafted here by the Texans who obviously have no issues with Justin raided his brothers. Eric. Correct. Yeah. Brother misspoken on me. Safeties are Corinne is really been just laying. The would cream was awesome today. I mean, I I sorry sorry to jump in career. Was so exciting to watch today. I mean when he lit up Philip Lindsay is separated the ball from him. That's one of the best hits that I've seen in a while and Jackson. He's been Jiaxing people up all season long for a second. He's he he was able right? That's true. Just last just last game be played cost. Another guy. But yeah, I think it's been really good to see them. Yeah. It's it's been good JR. We appreciate the phone. Call. The the defense has been evolving and coalescing all season long. Looks really really good the front seven the front seven has been what we've talked about this front seven being for honestly, the better part of the last four years. It has become that Whitney started to get more active upfront. I don't know if it showed up in the box score today. But he was he, you know, he was pressuring case. He was doing a pretty good job against the run, very solid. Tackling at times today was suspect. But there is a noticeable difference at the safety position ended the secondary. As far as playmakers are concerned. And while you don't have the shutdown corner. Type you do have a safety and cream Jackson's flying over the field a safety and just in read you I think he's just getting more and more confident every single game he plays. And I mean, that's an addition to Tyrone Matthew all ready and a quarterback in Jonathan Joseph who again is not the same guy that he used to be. But he's crafty, and he's smart, and he knows where he should be and assuming that he's. Healthy for that game against Washington. He is going to be a welcome addition back as the Texas secondary. When case keenum was throwing to his right. He picked him apart today. He the John just I know people take pro football, focus with whatever grain of salt. They take it with. But I'm a believer in pro football, focus at the extreme ends of things. It's something that I I used to it. Okay. This is validating. What I'm seeing with my eyes. John Joseph was the AFC defensive player of the month. According to their scoring system. Within that meaty part of the curve you can debate. Whether pro football focus is scoring system, and the the how very subjective it is with just basically judges sitting there. Grading guys played a play. But I think it's undeniable since that Indianapolis game which happened on September thirtieth. Jonathan Joseph had one of his roughest games. As a pro when the calendar flipped over to October something happened with Jonathan Joseph a he has been spectacular during the month of October. He's a veteran. He understood me he understands that he didn't live up to his didn't play in the game. And he's bounced back at extremely high level is something you expect from a veteran like him make a mistake comeback next game. And but he's put on multiple game after game at the game playing at a high level, and we need him too fussy in the secondary. That is so injury riddled right now. But looking forward you do have guy that can come back as far as Kovin, positively? Kevin johnson. Andrea how and cutting him in cetera. Yeah. Let's let's do that in the next segment. Let's go back and go through sort of the shopping list of guys that are going to be coming. I'm back. If you look at it. It's it's pretty encouraging like healthwise will fuller ACL is a real big disappointment. But I think every NFL team has an injury. It's impacting them similar to how we'll Fuller's injury would impact the Texans. Like, no team is he's getting through this thing unscathed at this point. But there the list of guys that they potentially get back after this by week, which is a just placed perfectly for the Texans right now with where they are healthwise is is very encouraging. Let's get another phone call in here. Let's go out to LaPorte and talk to Louis in the Port Louis. How are you? Hello. Good to hear from you again. Mr cablinasian. Yes. Again. I am amazed. I mean any of the year last year, you know, McManus makes that kick. But it just seems like lately especially over the last seven weeks six game. They find ways to snatch weekly. But I will say I know, but after the loss to the giants, and we three you know, that will already to lead the position to show, you know, Bill O'Brien the door having said that I've backed off. I mean, the coach can only he can only you know, he called on the plate is still up to the personal on the field to call them in. And I give kudos to our defense. Because I mean JJ county. I mean everybody I mean, they were just gas. I mean they were on fumes. But yet, you know, just McManus. You know, he billed us out. And having said that I mean, what do we have to do to have our rookie kicker, you know, get cured. You know to just lose the news, you know, to, you know. Stage to get over the case of the remember back in the ninety one and Johnson was rookie year with the Atlanta Braves. He had this book psychologist, come with them. You know to the games would sit behind home plate and watch him come in and pitch for the second half of the season. 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"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Four-shot stir Ottawa three for the hawks will re dropped this park. Marcus kruger. Luke johnson. Andrea's Martensson joke. Crendall likes this combination. Kruger's left handed player Johnson a right handed player. Both guys are very good and taking face. Also, you'll see a lot of them. Switching in their strong side of the defensive zone. Plenty of physicality. Near the left point. One of the senators, I believe more. Pass Cam war. We're tied at one the goal at six forty seven of period. One kind of a scrambled draw ended up on the far side of the defensive zone for the point. Just kind of lost the handle of it. And just a an easy shot coming through, but was stolen. The big guy six three tenths standing in front. Actually goes off the stick of Duncan Keith. What did you get another look at it stone quickly points to the young defenseman picking up this first? Goal of the season. So one one the score return to the play at center ice dominant. Kahuna the hawks flips the puck back into the hawk zone for Brent Siebert picked off however by the senators Zac Smith from the left will spin it down in behind the hawk net around to the near corner. Janning tried to hand it ahead and out taken away by the sense shot from the far side by Chabad deflected wide of the hawk net here now Brandon manning hawk line left wing side passing to tape. Senator line left wing puck leads off his stick into the sends end in Wiedeman will clear to center ice back for the hawks thing. Back into the hawk zone. Haning will pass ahead to break it at center ice turns back and fact demanding between the given the goal Zac Smith who was the originator on the shot from the left point. Now a Patrick Kane. For Senate race Senator line drops it off the schmaltz beside the net. Derek point he hammers a shot. It was blocked at fronts. Kane takes a loose puck now back. Trump's fires. That's turned wide. Now. Schmaltz will direct it up. The left side out near the point at goals Dacosta synthetic thrillers. False left circle Carey's.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"I mean, Ron disaster, he is a nightmare. He had campaign ads that had his infant son building the wall, and absolutely Andrew gillum is running on a platform of unity of Florida where we all belong and all of our families can thrive. And I think that's why we're going to he's really claim victory in November. Jason. One thing I thought was interesting there. The Democratic Party right is trying to represent the one truly multiracial collision American life. It's hard to do that. It's hard to together affected multiracial coalitions. And one of the things is if you have candidates who are non white, who represent the diversity of the collision, they don't have to perform woke nece way that a white candidate who is trying to helm that that coalition does. So Andrew gillum can sort of say, you know, that's no, I'm not going to go there with him and has the kind of like authority to do that in a way that white candidate would not. Yeah, Chris, I completely agree. I mean, basically, Cimpian Nixon's message, Bernie Sanders message. A lot of minority voters didn't believe it, but believe it out of a Brown persons mountain. And that's, that's a big thing here, but I also think this and this is something about that I think is important. He's also shown that like he's gonna fight against he. He clearly told Trump, hey, next time at me when Donald Trump tweeted them this warning, and that's the kind of thing that voters want to see. They wanna see a progressive. Candidate who's gonna fight and someone who's willing to speak to everybody who's actually in the country and that can happen with a white candidate. But I think the Democratic Party is finally embraced the idea that that can come out of the mouth of a gay person, a black person, a Hispanic person as long as they've got a good campaign behind. Yeah, I mean, the biggest thing is don't be scared Ayu whatever you're doing. Honestly, politics just that's the lesson. Honestly, I think it's one of the lessons, the Trump era like just don't do. What are you gonna do see the full in Jason Johnson, Andrea Cristina. Makoto. Thank you very much. I want to mention there is a new episode of our podcast out with the great Mehdi Hassan. It's all about Trump Brexit and racial grievances that spurred both those movements you could download. Why is this happening on apple podcasts and anywhere else that does it for all in?.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"What's the mail bag that? Yes, Tom, Scott Napier who is working at the office of protection services for the Smithsonian Institution has some more thoughts on this idea of hotels and safety and security. But this is following up on our conversation with Shannon, Morse about Defcon and some of the stuff that she had seen in her week there. He starts at several of the larger hotels in the majority of hotels and resorts in Las Vegas, do have multiple means and methods of checking people's bags upon entry for things like explosives or weapons now without getting too much into the details of how this is working. There are devices at the primary and secondary entrances that are constantly scanning. There's personnel on staff trained on. On how to address these issues, if and when they're discovered, the same systems are also used to Brighty of museums, stadiums, performance venues throughout the country, and they go well beyond the standard metal detector an x-ray machine. These devices are still considered to be fairly new, but they're starting to be deployed on a much wider scale. Security professionals are typically not motivated to stay on the cutting edge because the can't afford it to play on crewmen systems. It takes Manny tests and pilot programs to convince a security professional at the hype in the real world results of the same. Thank you, Scott. I love getting these kinds of emails from from somebody actually working in an industry familiarity and then applying it to another industry like this is the spent. This is your show dude. You have so many fans who know stuff because they're in it. It's the best like you're lucky in a way that I think a lot of podcasters have no idea. I was holler show all of us. And we're also lucky to have Scott Johnson Andrea show, we sure are. And you know, don't tell yourself anything different Scott, but do tell us what's new in your world are we lucky or we yard. Yes, there are things going on the internet. How does it work? Well, I try to make an attempt to make cool internet things all the time, and if you wanna follow those things and see what I'm up to and check out my projects, you can do that over at frog, pants dot com. All the podcasts, all the art stuff. I do all that stuff is there and a big plans coming up soon for some other stuff card fulfilment going out the door pretty quick air, all kinds.

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"johnson andrea" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"johnson andrea" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Blue's yes that's going to be the bridge bio it's also my pleasure to be here with sarah be franklin who is a writer a teacher and the editor of the book that we're going to be discussing the the book is edna lewis at the table with an american original and really happy that we can continue the conversation that we started last night we there was a beautiful dinner here is part of the charleston wine and food festival at the alhambra hall and a magnificent meal some of the chefs who cooked were michelle bailey vivian howard chef jj johnson andrea upchurch frankly and it was a stunning meal all cooked under the influence of edna lewis in afterwards we had this great conversation brief conversation about edna lewis in so i wanna ask you i'll start with you sarah where did you first get the idea to create this impala g about edna lewis yeah i'll tell us lately different version than i told last night since we have a smaller group here so is here in charleston almost three years ago now i was sitting in the living room of ms natalie depre and i was called to her house natalie is a really important figure in the new southern what's sort of called the new southern movement i have been here in charleston speaking about to jones who was an lewis's editor also julia child editor many other cookbook authors editors and and i was here in charleston talking about judith jones in lewis in their relationship and natalie caught wind of talking about a meter house i'd never met her and she started cornyn man within a few minutes she said so are you going to do a book and i sort of quake with fear and said i don't think i can i don't know if i think of too young i don't think i'm the right person to do this book and by the end of an hour long conversation we had this idea.

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