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"johnson heart" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Congress of Racial Equality. Ah ah, He's the national chairman of core, one of the oldest civil rights organizations in the country. Corps was founded, I think in the 19 forties, one of the big Four civil rights groups that was there the protest for the Jim Crow laws and the freedom rides in the 19 in the 19 sixties and Community development in the 19 nineties. These these guys are the real deal. And Roger in this sari. A Nigerian ISS is with us now. How are you, sir? I'm doing break, Len. Great to be on me again. So I wanted to talk to you a little bit about the destruction of the family and the what? What is now being called of the white culture? Which I thought was just the American culture and and engage with the audience here on how we can help Nigel what do we What do we do about this? Besides just stand up and not accepted. Well, actually, that's a very important step one because you have so many people in this cancel culture, the vicious cancel culture that are intimidated and will not stand up. You know they they will lose friendships. They will actually as opposed to losing friendships or losing relations with family. They'll just shut up. And be intimidated and we can't do that. We cannot allow that. If you cannot have a reasonable, truthful dialogue with a friend that you happened to disagree with. That person was never really your friend. And you're doing them a disservice by not telling them how you really feel on these types of questions. We'll blend of biggest crisis facing the black community since the big social programs of the 19 sixties. The Great Society is the breakdown of the black family. And I think I shared with your your folk, a graphic that showed from 18 90 Which was, you know, just a few years. A couple of decades out of slavery, A ll the way up to 1960 The black family nuclear family was fairly stable. I mean, there was over 65 to 70% in some years. As high as 75 to 80% off Children born and raised were raised in a two parent household by their parents, You know that was in the black community consistently until the 19 sixties and until the Great society program And then great guy that I think Lyndon Baines Johnson Heart was in the right place. But the manifestation of those great society programs was to destroy the black family that chased the black man out of the household. And to create a dependency. Ah, mentality in the community. That is a crisis to this very day. I'm sorry, Nigel. But I I am convinced that this this program is so clearly so clearly bad for the family that I just I just don't believe That the heart was in the right place. Now, maybe with l b j. I don't know, but I just don't think so. How did these guys who are hard core racist thes progressives who had spent decades trying to destroy the family? Come up with something and think that this was really going to be good. They had a change of heart that quickly and and the results are so devastating. I mean, when when you put in the policies To keep a father out of the home and punish people who are married. That's exactly what the slave owners did. The slave owners destroyed the family. They broke the family up. What is the difference between what the slave owners were doing? What they were doing in 1965 with welfare and what Black lives matter is doing right now. Well, as you know, Glenn, if you go to the black lives matter whether this isn't Glenn Beck thing. This isn't Nigerian state You go to the Black Lives matter. Website and part of their manifesto is the deconstruction of the what they called the Western ascribed nuclear family. That is one of their goals. And it is a Marxist goal. I think, in the case of the LBJ's and these these progressives that you speak of You know, I you know a lot of folk within the black community. My father among them and many other leaders, Reverend Bill Owens would deeply suspicious of these great society depends the dependency programs and deeply suspicious of the motivations. But we're goddess of them Relations, meaning that their heart might have been in the right place. But it was misguided or their heart within a very racist place, and they wanted to continue. Another bloody busy there. Call ahead OK was the destruction of the black family and had negative social manifestations that had been born out of that that we're seeing to this very day. High crime rates low achievement in schools among certain populations. I mean, science. You know, liberals always talk about follow the science follow science with the science dictates that any child, not just black. But white Hispanic Asian American time that that child stands a better chance off having a productive life, staying out of crime having Children out of wedlock themselves if they are raised in a two parent household. So Let me let me let me talk about another thing that has come out of this progressive movement and and you know what we can We're clear on the progressive movement in the 19 twenties. I believe you're whispering all that that it was racist and their intent was to destroy it. Okay on DWI No, this now because it's it's the Marxist philosophy and they are saying they're trying to do these things. But one of the things that has happened is, you know, I know my kids. If I don't expect something from them, they will never achieve it. They'll never. I mean, they won't excel if I don't accept it if I if I don't expect it from them. On doesn't mean that I, you know, punish them if they don't, you know, meet my standards or whatever, but you hold a higher standard. There is something that was released yesterday with taxpayer dollars from the Smithsonian that talks about the white culture in America. And you and I have talked about this. Most people don't know what I'm going to post it at glennbeck dot com here in a few minutes, so you can see it. I talked about it last night on the TV show on DH..
"johnson heart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's all things considered on W N Y C I'm Sean Carlson. New York City Council members are voting shortly on an $88 billion budget agreement for the next fiscal year that begins tomorrow. Financial picture is significantly different from the more than $95 billion budget the mayor proposed before the public health crisis. City agencies across the board are facing deep cuts. The latest negotiations focused on social services for people most affected by Cove in 19 and on allocations for the police department following the protests and calls for significant change to the NYPD. We're joined now by our reporters for Gothamist and W and Chris Robbins and Yasmeen Khan. Hey, Chris Diaz. Welcome to the show. Hey. So, Chris, This is a pretty complex. It's quite the big picture. So can you. Can you give us the big picture? What our council members voting on later tonight? Well, I mean, the city has been a really tough spot, You know, $7 billion of revenue has been lost because of the covert 19 pandemics. State as all but blocked the city's ability to borrow money to help fill that gap. And you know the city and the state are both waiting on the federal government for stimulus. Really? So it's in that context that the city had been made. Really difficult decisions with this budget and you know, I think No one's really happy with it, because it is kind of an austerity budget. There are cuts almost every agency and the way that City Council will frame. This is that They're trying to keep the lights on. They're trying to maintain some argue programs. They're trying to maintain some sense of normalcy, and there's no lay off in this particular budget like No. The mayor has said that unless the municipal unions come to the table in the coming months by October 22,000 jobs could potentially be cut. So wait talked about council members speaking today about their fight to restore social services, especially because so many communities have been devastated by covert 19 and then the subsequent economic fallout. Here's City Council speaker Court Johnson Heart wrenching impossible decisions needed to be made on this budget. In this council was determined that we would protect and preserve as many vital programs and safety net services as we could for vulnerable New Yorkers. So Chris did the council accomplish what? What the speaker laid out there, saving some programs the mayor was planning to cut. Yeah, And, you know, I think that is a blank spot here for them. If they can, they can point to social programs and say, Look, we we saved the things in that in a time of crisis. What's interesting is that you know the name of the lame duck mare. He is going to going to do what he's going to do call Johnson seen by a lot of people as a front runner in the mayoral race in a future Meryl race, so he had to really balance a lot of concerns from Health members who think that you know the cuts of the police department or that the budget isn't doing enough to change the city with concerns another council members who you know don't take that view who think that, you know, cutting the things that are being cut now? Even in the evening nine, So he's kind of stuck in the middle between trying to say look like I'm doing the best that I can to address my constituents and to dress the calls for social justice that had been heard throughout New York City over the past month. While also being is realistic as I can in working within their who, frankly doesn't want to sort of introduced that sort of radical change that people are calling for. Yeah, yeah, Speaking of which, again, Huge flash point in these budget negotiations was was those cuts to the NYPD, which is now looking like $1 billion from the NYPD. That's a demand from Cuba. The advocates and protesters. Where did the council and the mayor end up landing on this? Yeah, not quite one billion. All of that, like it's a defense If you ask people to have a different take on that. But even Speaker Corey Johnson today is not calling it a $1,000,000,000 cut because some of the money is being shifted to other agencies like school safety Asians, For example, they're trained and overseen by the NYPD. With the authority to arrest kids in search kids. Those safety agents will now shift back to the Department of Education budget that will happen gradually. There's some other Ratings in the sense that there's a commitment reduced overtime for uniformed officers by almost 300 million. There's some smaller capital expenditures that are being shifted from the night Teo Youth Services. There's a community center that's being planned, for example. But what a lot of people wanted to see in terms of really savings that could actually be Reinvested elsewhere was a reduction in the NYPD head count of the Police department will eliminate an incoming class of recruits that was planned for July. That would have been about 1100 officers, but otherwise there will be no hiring freeze and there will be a class of recruits. Coming online in October. So do these cuts do they represent significant changes? Tio actual policing. No, I mean for people that want to changes. They wanted to see a different police footprint neighborhoods, and the mayor said today that patrol levels Will say the same. You want to achieve that through good management, he says. Maybe reassigning officers. Um and you know, this is coming at a time to where there have been a spike in shootings and summer is just beginning. The NYPD always actually increases. Patrols and pockets for there is typically gun violence, so the mayor wants to keep those patrol levels intact. Um, you know, for that reason to, it will actually be hard. I think for a day and my beauty to cap over time, the mayor swore by it today that that was good management and you know, modern management. They could do this that this hasn't been the case in the past. Um, in general people. You know what they wanted to see a more radical shift in the idea of public safety, and they wanted that demonstrated through this budget. In this budget, basically tinkers with the existing system Councilwoman Laurie Combo pushed back on that today. I wanted to have you here a bit of that, she said. This is just the beginning of a process. This discussion is bigger than $1 billion..
"johnson heart" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod
"So so Jonathan's message is all about coming together as a collective of people who are motivated by the Gospel by our religious values to stand stand up for what is right. And that's exactly what he was doing and Charlotte North Carolina was hosting an event with a bunch of different leaders. Religious leaders. Community organizers organizers in Charlotte who are working to make Charlotte a better city to more just city a city that is more inclusive equitable and so part of what I did was I went to that event. I got to speak with some people there and here Jonathan has influenced their life. My name is tiny. What's your Moran? And what brings you to see. John Hart grow well so I actually just got done. Leading a couple of book studies on Reconstructing The Gospel with a group two groups of women At My congregation in Rock Hill so the timing was perfect uh-huh and we have been beautifully impacted by his work Um and really can displace of being laid bare. Oban can dealing with the ones that we all bring to the table. We all up in the south so we all carry that history and part of what was so beautiful about about both of these groups is that they were highly generational and so actually. I'm waiting on three women to join me now who are retired schoolteachers and I was able to meet these three ladies. The Marin is talking about first time podcasting woes. I wasn't able to get them on the microphone even though they were totally open to interviewing with me but the work that they're doing together in a little small group is really important. I'm so grateful for people like Marin who are bringing people together to have these really important conversations. Sometimes it's really easy and I know in reconstructing the Gospel. Jonathan writes about this really beautifully. It's really easy to band aid over these things and think that we're going to have some kind of ministry that's GonNa fix it And there's this two fold piece that happens right. There's this really looking at ourselves. And what are the ways that we go through the world doing harm not realizing it because we carry these histories stories with us But then also what are the ways that we did this work in communicating with one another and those two things have to happen simultaneously. What do you think are some of the ways is that you're doing that and that people can't do? I think we're in. We're exploring at think for a long time we've bandaid. We've done the whole disband date over worried pretend like it's all okay And so I think that's part of what drew particularly this ladies to come tonight They're kind of in that place of being late filling pretty bare and laid open in the middle of it and filling a little lost in that and I think that's an okay. Take place to be like even right now as we're heading admit like it's okay to fill a little Austin it and I think that's where we're at we're feeling lost in it and that's totally. Okay so you say your name is Marin thank you. You're welcome. It was pretty cool getting to see all of the different folks that filled that have room to see Jonathan Wilson Heart Grove and each of them has been impacted by Jonathan's work in some way. I'm sure that many of them have stories like Morenz. When Jonathan spoke he said a lot of the things that we already talked about earlier during our interview and he gave the same call to action? That it's time that we have this revolution of values that we move forward that something has to give there there. Was this one part during the event that really stick with me actually right at the beginning after Jonathan had introduced the folks from Charlotte who were joining him to talk about this revolution of values how we could leverage our faith and our privileged to do good work. Jonathan paused and invited the entire room to join him in song. She says when we get together we need to sing because the point one of the song is to get to the singing and the point of the singing is to make us into a community and so I think if we're going to have a community conversation it might help us to sing a a little bit. So let's sing the song that goes God by feed while this real a I wanNA thank you. The pod is hosted by Kobe. Long and me nate up if you want to. How about the show if you like what we're doing can help us out by going to Patriot on dot com slash? Thanks Peter pod or thanks be to pod DOT com slash support the funniest and easiest way to help out. The show is by leaving us a review on Apple podcasts. We'd love to get to one hundred by the end of the year special. Thanks to Jonathan Johnson. Heart grow for coming on today's episode. We'll be back to mine gold food loan while this is uh. AH THIS RY anti Israel. You don't want to run his release in all right. He says the hand..
"johnson heart" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Just I mean you don't have to go any me. I just say that they're really freaking funny shows about dysfunctional families and they totally tied together absolutely just rich white people rich white people originally people. What are you gonNA? Do you go crazy which people a lot different movie then. Crazy Rich Asians. It's true it is. It's it's a horror movie Mr murder a mystery. That's that's about accurate. Yeah there you go well. What do you got for your next one? My next one. I'm going to dig into you. The inner workings of Ryan Johnson's brain and bring up. That I think the reaction to star wars the last Jedi. I had a huge influence on the making of this movie with the character Jacob Trombley. Who is this young teenage kid who is always online as Daniel Craig they call him the Nazi masturbating in the bathroom which was probably my biggest laugh in the movie? That was great. But he is the. He's the -squitoes just like sitting on his phone in the corner of the whole time like spreading hateful vitriol on twitter or whatever other social networking site and that it has to be very near and dear to Ryan Johnson's heart considering all the stuff that he went through when he released last yet I and stupid man. Babies he's cried about them about him kind of ruining his childhood by making a subversive interesting movie. So I I think that is definitely an undercurrent in the movie Vienna. Very interesting undercurrent in the movie absolutely and I love that he He meaning Ryan Johnson. Like is always taking the high road when it comes to dealing dealing with this stuff. Then Harry comes sneaking in Little Little Digs at these idiots. You know I in the movie so much yeah had some A. He's he's up he's a smart guy also seems to be fairly in control of his emotions and understanding guy and a and a guy who knows his role all in the world of pop culture and is willing to acknowledge that these people are idiots which is probably a it makes a much bigger person than I would because I would have a very difficult time on twitter if I was Ryan Johnston I will say that. Oh I don't know how I can imagine. Oh No god no I would go. I would go knives Abso- I you know one more thing to that point though I. I think it's really interesting that where it 'cause we don't really have that many examples of this since social media has been the thing that it is and since we're getting just all this toxicity the city out there And for a filmmaker to be able to kind of a squeeze in a little retaliation to all all this toxic people out there. I think that's an interesting and I feel like a little bit of a way. They were kind of doing that with terminator dark fee as well with You know just making making it a very female driven story and everything like you know. Oh you assholes don't like women Fronta movies well here you go. Here's your new terminator you know and the behind the scenes kind of middle finger whereas is actually written into the movie as like. Hey you probably like this movie movie and you probably hated my last movie. Screw you go tweet in the bathroom. You Idiots tweet masturbate. UH-HUH I'll go with another piece here on so I know that Ryan Johnson said that he didn't want this movie to be a parody of whodunit murder mysteries however I think a lot in the same way as Mel Brooks did with blazing saddles. I think that this movie is such a great example of it. Kind of is a parody but then it also is a a a great example of the Genera- my on its on its own terms commentary on the genre while being I perfectly entry in the genre and so that's why I find blazing saddles to be such a great comparison and then also with you know like we were just talking about what the political commentary that's kind of like sewn in throughout it You Know Mel Brooks obviously was such a trailblazer with that And now you know this is like so fresh. I mean some of the stuff that these characters are saying and doing or you know. Sometimes you think of a movie as a thing that you know years and in years in the making and everything but everything just felt so like oh the last year Own Amy and some of the things that they're commenting on which I think is pretty damn cool I agree a hundred percent in blazing saddles is is a very good comparison. There although that's probably more more of a direct parody certainly but also that mature if you go back and watch it like shockingly shockingly political that has has a lot of stuff to say and you know you could definitely argue that some of it hasn't aged perfectly but that was kind of the point of the movie was showing going people how stupid they were by portraying. They're stupid behavior on screen and in the same thing can be said here but you are right like it is a a fantastic mystery and also kind of like elbows. The idea of these murder mystery movies in the ribs. A little bit just to be like here. All the trappings of these movies. Like you've seen it a million times before it's nothing very creative and then also we're gonNA flip it on its head and I'm GonNa give you something different and unique and we're going to be jokey and we're GONNA have a gag every fifteen seconds. I can see this movie. This thing up. There is like per second by as many jokes in this movie physical visual or verbal herbal This is just an onslaught of comedy and I loved it for that reason. Yeah absolutely I had mentioned on twitter that it I think he is the best reaction. I've seen to a movie all year in the theater. I mean everybody was just dying the whole time it was. It was really great experience. I I do want to try to see it again in the theater. Hopefully another packed crowd. If all goes well this would be a great one to go see with Thanksgiving family. I think right I mean I think everybody would like like this kind of universally recommend. Oh thirteen hundred I wanna say yes I think so. I think it is so it won't hurt anybody's feelings too much. Unless you're one of those Nazis for your next piece my next one I'm going to talk about primer. Which is the time travel movie from? I don't know I wanNA save fifteen years ago or something like that. It's the Shane in caruth movie. Famous for being a movie that no one understands. And it's a movie that Ryan Johnson has a lot of admiration for because he he worked with the director. Shane Caruth on Louver. He kind of Said Shank Ruth. How can you make me make this time travel make sense and actually the time travel? Making sense is actually the part that is the biggest problem within looper is that I don't think it makes any sense at all so I don't think they achieved on that front but I do think it speaks to Ryan. Johnson's listens desire to construct very intricate plots and this movie is very intricate. It is you there. There are lot of puzzle pieces to play together a lot of time lines intersecting and interweaving and stories that you cannot decide if they're entirely true one way or the other and then in the end end up being something in the middle kind of Russia effect. But it's all very thought out like you just imagine Ryan Johnson in front of this giant whiteboard board with all sorts of looking like a conspiracy theorist with bubbles and arrows. And all these things like trying to explain exactly what the plot of this movie is show and it does absolutely key guessing like I pity anybody who finds out any of the plot elements of this one because it keeps shifting in your idea of what's going on constantly changes back and forth and that is clearly something that Ryan Johnson takes a lot of pride in and finds very interesting about moviemaking is keeping people on the edge of their seats from a strictly plot perspective. Obviously we've talked about the great dialogue. The Great Gags The great characteristic great performances differences but at the core of this movie. I think is exactly what you said. A really solid well-thought-out murder mystery so I think he really cares about that part of the movie. Well you know I I want to take that and just kind of jump on that for my final puzzle piece because it's a it's a good transition into it and that is I just. I just wanted to basically combine Agatha Christie stories. Yeah Yeah Yeah and not doing. Agatha Christie stories is my other an anti piece and I think if you're going to do this genre you know if it was going to be the exact same thing and not like really clever and really well thought out and not something you hadn't seen before I think it would have. You know maybe even failed extra hard. You know what I mean. And it's like yeah. Yeah I think you go for someone like Ryan Johnson he had to go into this with the mindset. Like yeah I'm going to be paying. Contribute to those kinds of stories but this has to be new and it has to be fresh and exciting and really keep you guessing and I. You know I've got make this a puzzle that really makes you want to you know. Put everything together and figure everything out and and stay on your toes. The whole time because Otherwise it's just the same old same old and I think that it was a probably a big drive to try to do everything he possibly could to not. I get stuck in like the exact moment while still still paying tribute to that mole. Well this is kind of a tire Jonah. This John was Kinda tired in the nineteen seventies seventies..
"johnson heart" Discussed on High Noon
"Tommy Chevron will be the general the manager and browns duties will include finance technology and Research Pablo Brown's quantitative approach got him hired and fired in Cleveland but the team he started building looks pretty damn good now. So what do you think Brown is an M._B._A.. Executive I do not see him as the next Sam Hinkie. I do not see him in that way when I see him. Though what is what does that mean being the next Sam Hinkie it would be a guy who would somehow be brought in to oversee a process. I don't think that Sashi browns job here because he's not the top guy however over the fact that he is in the building. Bomani tells me that the value something that's all she brown demonstrated in Cleveland. I would hope that they value that. He has a plan that is something that I find underrated and all of this. Do you have a long term plan that you will commit to that. Actually you have sketched out and is not merely reactionary to the terrible or good things that happened to you. In the present tense Sashi ground and stockpiling the draft picks didn't draft particularly well when he was wearing that t shirt in Cleveland but what he did have was a vision and so that's a guy I'd want listen to even if he actually doesn't come from my sport well. What are the difficulties that I think he had in Cleveland was? If I'm not mistaken his previous job before he ran the whole football operation was he worked in legal like I don't know if he was the right guy for the job. He has said. It's not to say that he didn't you know what he was doing but I'm not sure that was the guy to put in place and then go talk to these football dudes and you've been the lawyer prior to this now the strategy that he used in Cleveland amassing draft picks. That's totally different animal than what you do in the N._B._a. and the N._F._l.. You just try and get as many of these lottery tickets as you possibly as we can and hope to cash in on some of in the N._B._A.. We're seeing more of that approach but still relies on Kanye land talent. That's not going to be the job that they have him doing but if his plan is to come in and put together a structure and he thought process any research department to help us figure out who the players are then this could work now. Do I have any idea if he has any idea how to put together. A quantitative plan to figure out who will get basketball player is going to be. I have no idea but this is worth a try. The demerit going against him is the Washington Wizards think this is a good idea and if they think it's a good idea how good an idea is yes America's that the owner of the team who matters more than anything is still Ted Leonsis and that guy despite being from America Online has never really demonstrated that he is a forward thinking technology driven guy until today and so now we wonder is there actually a plan. I hope so glad he got a job. Johnson's heart coming up next Karl..
"johnson heart" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Back to America in the morning. It's eleven till Joe Biden is set to give his first campaign speech of the twenty twenty presidential race in Pennsylvania. The former vice president is scheduled to speak to an organized labor crowd long. Subset courted by politicians, and there's a new power group forming as we hear from Barbara Kusak. Three. The nation's most influential activists are launching an organization aiming to harness the political power of women to influence elections and shape, local and national policy priorities. Supermajority is the brain child of the former head of Planned Parenthood. Cecile Richards, co founder of black lives matter Alicia Garza and national domestic workers alliance executive director, I Jin PU the organization's goal is to train and mobilize two million women over the next year to become organizers and political leaders in their communities supermajority is looking to push politicians to adopt an agenda akin to what Richards called a women's new deal. I'm Barbara Kusak. This look at women's health. Here's correspondent Jan Johnson. Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for American women. Forty three million suffer from cardiovascular ailment and Johns Hopkins. Researchers say more than half of them don't get enough physical activity. Not only that the number of women patients who don't move around enough has grown over the past decade. The study in JAMA network open also notes that more active heart patients, those who follow American Heart Association exercise guidelines, spend about thirty percent less on their healthcare than their more. Idle counterparts on Jana Johnson. We're at ten til and Robert workman has Monday sports NBA playoff action on Sunday into the conference semifinal round in the east the Celtics stopped the bucks won twelve ninety in Milwaukee to take the series opener. Kyrie Irving twenty six points and eleven assists. Al Horford, twenty points and eleven rebounds. Koumba may just seven out of twenty one shot is could be the MVP in the league. But now Horford had his number yesterday blocked at least a couple of times bucks tried to get even at home tomorrow night, western semi finals, the warriors fought off the rockets one of four one hundred in game one of that best of seven Kevin Durant had thirty five points every Golden State starter had double figures James harden, also thirty five for Houston. Couldn't get that time shot to fall though with nine seconds left game tomorrow night in Oakland tonight gain to in the east repertoires host the seventy Sixers Toronto one game one at home on Saturday and game one of the west semifinal between the nuggets and the blazers Denver the last team to advance out of the first round. They had to go seven the past those San Antonio Spurs NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. They were in the conference semifinals as well in the east on Sunday hurricanes again surprised the islanders to one for two series lead taking both games in Brooklyn. Carolina scored twice in the first sixty five seconds of the third period worn fobel, and you know, need a writer lighting the lamp while backup goalie Curtis mcelhinney stopped all seventeen shots he faced after coming in for the injured pre. Meraz earning his first career playoff win. Another next man up situation for the canes. They always seem to find game three Wednesday night in Raleigh outlets. The avalanche down the sharks four three to complete or to level their series at one game. A piece of three out of the four playoff games yesterday. One by the visitors Tyson Barrie the tie-breaking goal and a couple of assists series moves to Denver for game three tomorrow night tonight if game three and the other west semi final the blues stars in Dallas even at a game apiece. Epa splitting the first two in Saint Louis baseball on Sunday Astros, ice the Indians last night. Four to one White Sox team. The Tigers four one Rinaldo Lopez struck out fourteen in just six innings twins swept out the Orioles four one taking not only the weekend but the season series six nothing Rangers ran roughshod over the Mariners fourteen to one four Texas Tonneins among their seventeen hits Phillies lip the Marlins five one. Zach eflin with a seven hitter their first complete game since two thousand seventeen raise the Red Sox five Tyler glass now improves to five and Chris sale falls to Owen five for the Bosox cardinals. Maroon the reds five to seven. Scoreless innings from Jack clarity and three RBI for yada air Molina Mets bash the brewers five to Yankee stop the giants. Eleven to five Gary Sanchez, another long home run. He had that's four hundred sixty five foot grand slam on Saturday. Yesterday's only four hundred thirty nationals the Padre seven six in ten innings. Matt Adams with a leadoff Dinger to win it. In extras Bluejays made their way past the as five four in eleven innings. This was a one one game after nine Oakland scored three in the top. After the eleventh. Brandon Drury.
"johnson heart" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"All right, Jaanus, number one. Yeah. Hardened to curry three. Yeah. We're for your show curry three. Yep. Really over Paul, George. Yeah. Wow. Today. I'm the jumped we didn't who's number three. And we all we all actually, Richard Jefferson. We all went Paul, George, the me, STAN and Amine and Richard Jefferson went joke. Ch- he went Yokich. Yeah. I've v but here so here let me let me make my Steph curry quick, I can't vote Yokich three. Because if you gotta get taken out for defensive purposes in a game, which has happened with Yokich. I can't vote you for P. I agree at a at a big man position. That is that is an issue. Yeah. He's just been so on as for the team. I would team plays that injuries. And so I'm just warning. I just I just think in the playoffs. They're going to struggle because you need a wing, and I don't have much P award is a regular season award. Right. So I would bump him down. If this were like playoff, all of a sudden Durant may move to number one, right? If we're talking about who's going to be the most impactful playoff player, but Steph curry is number one in the league in net rating on the season. Look at you. I mean twenty eight points per game on ridiculous shooting percentages. He's the thing when he's playing. That's when the words are at their best. I just think like Durant was basically on cruise control and Steph was pushing all year, right? They're the best team. I think that has to be at least acknowledged in the MVP vote, and that's why had over Paul George, especially because. Okay. See dropped off. I get that. They won the last couple of games of the season. But it's just not to me. They're not that close in terms of Golden State. So I wanna reward Steph. And that's why I had third after the obvious first. Okay. Fair enough look at you. But you don't have a problem with like are you a did you decide between Johnson heart? Are you with me on that is Yana? Yeah. It's Yoenis eh. But man, it's it's going to be close. I think so what's the closest vote in NBA history. Do we know? I don't know. I mean, they don't usually like for many years reveal the reveals the totals, but they just didn't reveal who voted for what? Now, we know both. Yeah. So, but I think this one will be arguably one of the closest we've ever I think is gonna win though. I don't do most of the putting a lot of people that have ballots have already said Janos Zach Lowe's and right. Those guys in the world. So I I do think that this is gonna win sit down show here on ESPN LA hanging out with us as advertised caller seven right now at eight seven seven seven ten ESPN. You went to pair of tickets to see Loma chanko and crawl Staples..
"johnson heart" Discussed on WRVA
"Thirty percent of our local campaigns are run by women who have had an abortion favorite stat. And so most of the folks you have a little fear the first time going out don't worry sign up. We'll take you through it. We've never had an incident you you will never regret going and praying at afford for the job is so fantastic. Thank you so much. Well, thank you. Unplanned. So, you know, I I've seen the movie it's received a rating of our which makes absolutely no sense, especially if you don't believe that that's the life of a child the scene that is objectionable lasts about thirty seconds on film will will remain with you for the rest of your life. And it is a CGI of a baby fighting for its life on an ultrasound. So it's a bad, scratchy black and white image just like an ultrasound. But you see the baby actually fight for its life. As it actually did when it changed Abby Johnson's heart, and they don't want your children to be able to see this movie. They will fight hard for your children to be able to go and have an abortion without your permission. They don't want you to have your children see this without you sitting next to them. I highly recommend that you take your kids to this movie. And and you do sit next to them. In fact, my faith does not like rated r movies. And then says you should stay away from rated r movies. I so highly recommend this. And I highly recommend it for your children to come with you. And I do not mean small children, but thirteen years old. Bring your children with you. They need to understand. This movie is game changing. I am going to be flying out of I'm volunteering my time to fly out to Salt Lake City to do a premiere of this on the night that it premieres in opens up nationwide. I'll give you all the details of which theater or theaters. It's going to be at. And that will be next Friday. I will be there live, and I will welcome. You talk about the movie we'll to question and answer afterwards. But please, please take your family to see this movie. It is one of the most important movies. I think in my lifetime halfway through it. I thought I may see the end of abortion in my lifetime in the next ten years. I could see the end of abortion. This is the time. All right back in just a second. Closing remarks for the week. But first let me tell you about ZipRecruiter unemployment is at record lows, which means it's really hard to find a great employee. Somebody who's really qualified somebody who's motivated. And now, you have you know, your business is really it revolves around the face that is upfront. The employee's ZipRecruiter..
Johnson And Apple discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing
"And Johnson and Johnson is teaming up with apple for a research study on apple watches ability to detect irregular heart rhythms. The study expected to begin sometime. This year will involve using Johnson and Johnson's heart health monitoring app on apple
"johnson heart" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Center. We get to recap from KYW's John Johnson heart-to-heart and cruised to the flyers took down the predators. One here in south Philly aren't of black did an excellent job for nearly two periods protecting heart zone, and including killing off a five on three penalty. Applaud your goal. Put the orange black up to twenty minutes to play in that final period. Heart. Put his skills on display stopping a total of thirty one shots and buyers. Make it back to back wins reporting from the Senator John Johnson, KYW NewsRadio. The eagles will look to keep their offense rolling against Houston on Sunday KYW's, Ed Benkin has more with Nick foles taking over for an injured. Carson Wentz running back. Wendell Smallwood says the rest of the team has complete confidence in their backup quarterback. I mean, a special just having him having a guy that's always going to be prepared. No matter when or where in the season is going to be he showed us a last year. He ended up leading us and being so bored. Repeat meanwhile, small what will look to keep a balanced rushing attack going after getting ten carries against the Rams and teammate Josh Adams getting fifteen with the eagles. I'm Ed Benkin, KYW NewsRadio. Jio Manny Machado was in Philadelphia on Thursday is the Phillies court the highly touted free agent from sports radio ninety four WIP. I'm su- schilling on KYW NewsRadio. My seafood restaurant has a giant walk in freezer. We call her big frosty. I don't know. How many years she's got left in her or how much each ice cube is costing me? But I do know that she keeps the fish fishbowl. You.
"johnson heart" Discussed on Chicago Stories
"And then for a while. He did he was a new deal. Congress many brought rural electrification to the hill country. But then he just lost that first Senate race. And after that he had to become a conservative to win in Texas. And he went back on the new deal. But then what happened, and he becomes majority leader grise instead of the system most powerful ever, but without that sense of purpose that had I guided him, then he. Excel for power south, then he has a massive heart attack, six months after it becomes majority leader, and he wakes up, and he said if I died now, what would I be remembered for and I think that shifted that goal from the ambition for south to the MVP for some greater good. And he gets a civil rights Bill through the Senate. And then obviously goal you have the heart attack you have polio. And you hit the loss of Suns could anyone of them of -ccomplish the greatness without the personal anguish? I don't think. So I mean, I think it's almost critical for their drive for their empathy for their capacity that personal piece of their lives. I do so I think getting through loss and all of us have losses in our lives. And the question is can you process? It can you get perspective. Can you find wisdom in it? I mean Lincoln had a near suicidal, depression, they took all knives, and razors and scissors from his room, and his best friend comes to aside and said, you must rally you'll die, and he said, I know that and I just assumed. Hi now. But I've not yet accomplished anything to make any human being remembered that I have lived. He had that desire from the time. He was young. But I think there's no question if teddy Roosevelt had not lost his wife in childbirth and his mother on the same day who'd come to take care of the wife. He then went to the badlands to escape to get through the depression. And he becomes the man of the west he becomes the cowboy becomes the rough rider. And there's no question that FDR became much more warm hearted much more able to understand other people to him fate at delta and unkind hand and then Linden Johnson's heart attack. No, I think getting through a crucible and having perseverance and understanding loss allows you then to have perspective to go on. I think a leader has to project is strength confidence and optimism. I mean, I think those are other qualities I don't know what your your take would be on that. So no question. I mean, that's the key. That's the skill of communication that you're projecting. You know, what your strengths are? And all. Almost all of them had to have an optimistic about where they're taking the country. It's contagious. That optimism even Lincoln people said to him. Did you ever think the war would be lost? And he said, no, I never did. I couldn't not think that we would win this war. And obviously FDR that was the greatest strength. He had from that. I rely on you know, to make people feel you know, it's just fear that we have we can get through this and LBJ had optimism about civil rights and teddy was just a manic optimistic. I mean, they said about teddy that he had such a desire to be in the center of attention that he wanted to be the baby at the baptism and the bride at the wedding and the horse. I just can't picture. When you look at Lincoln, and you see, okay, the capacity to learn mistakes, etc. We've talked about Roosevelt's, what do you think was Lincoln's kinda crucible moment as a mistake that then drives them to greatness? And that effort, I think what happened to him. It was over and over again. I mean, even when he first ran for office, and he lost. He said ahead of time. You know, I may lose this race. But I'm gonna try five or six times if I lose until it's too humiliating. And then I'll never try again he lost to Senate races. But the most important thing about the second one that he lost a Stephen Douglas, all of his friends are so depressed..
"johnson heart" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Graspis ask Lynn nNcholas Battista Victor almost in the defensive zone draw to the right of the buffalo goal is scoreless. First period night on seven left on the clock here the opening frame, Dan Dunleavy robbery. Paul Hamilton, bright Cosio. Glad you could. Join us Johnson heart shod back off the gorge in front asplin and almost said look into clear they get enough. It's hoped to center. In addition, Jack Johnson is to this penguins blue line, and we'll certainly see us up please throat the season big shot. Six one to twenty seven thirty one years of age the veteran coming over from Columbus. Johnson with the puck now plays into the middle of his own zone up toward center ice castle. The short tip pass. This is mater. Sends it back to the far point kessel partier at the right blueline backup top Johnson with a rooster. Block it away by all Mark up into the air, but settles in the corner Malkin brings it halfway up the boards hung onto to with a shot from the point pattern right into the slot. And a penalty coming up here to might be a hold or interference on buffalo smell. It was all tied up and couldn't get to that loose puck. I think Matt Tennyson the guy that's going. Right. It's gonna be hooking. Call pens going on the power play. Good. Even saw the Penza spent a tremendous amount of time in the zone only generating Shelvin seven shots. So far. Hallmark made the big save when he's had to. Majority of the time Pence is looking to move the puck around the perimeter. All the time not having that open shots that penetration to the front of the net. So defensively that favors a little bit of credit here. Doing a nice job working from the middle of the two. Face off one by the penguins. Heart shock for the point stopped by Omar off, the stick of Rico lot, and now in the corner Daniel strong trying to fish it free. Now, it comes up top of the goal line back up top again re killer. This time sprays a pass to the left circle. One timers. He gets it back and that deflects to the corner. But do golfing added to clear and he gets enough of it out to center Wilson onto the ice trying to kill some of this penguins. Power play, and they'll be Daniel strong to carry in over the buffalo line. The right side lays it off Dominic Simona. Now, the penguins Zoe the other side of the ice Derek for Sar top of the right circle. Rica looks to his left to the one timer again Lena's ullmark just enough and off the side of the net now on the quarter after his right? Our play for the penguins with a minute remaining in it as the sabres able to clear it outside the zone. Penguins finished last year with a league best twenty six point two percent. Power play conversion rate. That's a club record the previous club record of twenty six percent, you go back to the years of will MU and Yager ninety five ninety six. Down the right wing over the buffalo line gets enough of it. Tips it down to the corner. Crosby shovels it to the corner off to was far, right. Play to the right of the buffalo goal. Power play for the pens with twenty five seconds remaining in it. Still in the corner. Good job by the sabres and containing it's brought back to this near side. Up towards the blue line with sixteen seconds to go tight rope job there by kessel plays it down to Malkin below the goal line clearing attempt. Get civilized. But not let Tang he keeps it in Crosby off the right wing wall works it down to the goal line. He's got on the side of the net. Cross ice pass says the peddling is over the tennis in a racist back into the play and that shot off the pads and now comes to the boards here on the sabers left-wing sides. They try to work it out with six minutes remaining in the first period. No score in Pittsburgh. Still against the boards crowd of players. Now, it comes free, and it will be Lawrence pilot able to backhand that one down at a Pittsburgh territory. And it's an icing. Call and fortunately for Mr. pilot and company. Arena summer, a nice job on that. Tony kill Megan. That's safe. What he's doing? Now, the big shots coming off the Patrick and really hear from appeared. And he's kicking into an area is just not letting them lay in front of us leg. Use the power to kick them out somewhere. A little better help from the D in front of the bow you and did a fantastic job on that county. Kill. Bars. Droop is now the draw in their own zone. Against the penguins line of shade, sprung and Cullen. Off the draw. Quick shock. Hammered wind to the buffalo net penguins on the rebound. Johnson harked back at the near point. Instead, it's Schweiler Shane down in the right wing corner. Watch thereby asplin. But comes free the quarter to the right of the buffalo goal turning with Daniel strong for Shane. He circles out of the corner in behind the net asplin on his back turns to face the goal centers in ricochets outside zone. Was going to a dangerous spot. But it hits something in Buffalo's favor and since the penguins back into their own end with. Five minutes remaining here in the opening period still awaiting the first goal of a hockey game. Pittsburgh has one chance on the power play. The sabers have not had abandoned vantage as of yet. Rust at the side of the goal from the corner of the buffalo zone plays. It back to the point tips on in front of the net. And that one goes wide Sar chasing after it sabres. Look at it clear, and they get just enough. She bowl can't keep it in. Rica's pass up ahead. That's over the line. Sabers trying to get to it turnover though is rust does a good job of Bolya stays with a picks it back up for the sabres. His pass ahead goes off a stick deflects into Pittsburgh territory. And the penguins with a clear laid out for the tank dissenters still untouched as he gets to the buffalo line and passes it off to the left wing. Down on the quarterback tennis battling fort. Middle status wealth comes up top tubal and shot goes well wide. Scandal. Backhands it out to center sabres looking to get a change in here. Not a lot of room to do that with the penguins right in front of your own blue line and Crosby centers looking forget. So at the back post puck bounced away from him sabres back to center and it over the penguins line down the left side. Gilgen centering pass goes all the way to the far corner. Tate's Thompson now off the right wing wall. Tries to send it behind the Johnson is there, and he has stood up. Is he in Gergen since come together? Gem gets right back up and has the puck working at in the corner. Played back to the point Dave Thompson with now in the high slot. Can't get the shot through Dulan will clear we'll get back up. Seize the penguins changing tries a quick pass ahead to Thompson. Stick handles enough. Just to play a deep into penguins territory were only modest gets there. First. Phil kessel at center. That pass attempt data the zone. So he'll back into his own end. In three minutes remain now in this. I period with nothing on the board for either team. Penguins back into the sabers zone. Puck bounces towards the blue line and Bailey Dow trying to split the D gets it back from bowl you and Bailey can't get his stick onto the puck. That was in his skates as he glided towards the side of the goal. Now Kissel, the chance for a breakaway. He gets away from kessel. That's what he's going to choose. By the time did. Oh, he relies on the best thing. Shod Limassol Mark gets a piece of it. But does I get enough of them beat them on the glove side, but doubtful soon as he hit the high slaughter? It took a quick shot for trying to get back to get in that area Boston. He's taken the no the ice way leaving the shooter to lean all March exactly what he needed to do. What's again with that shot at the heavy heavy heart shot? Lena fall. Mark not able to ventured off. Mentioned the ninety two points last year a lot of people like to have fun at fills expense for. Kuwait having a workout regime that other players. Do your AVI mentioned he might have been looking gassed at the end of it. But boy. Keeps on. Can be but his shot is so good. That he could shoot from any angle and any position on the ice when it gets to the net. It's still got the heat on it. So you might not have the step to make that separation sometimes, but the shot. So the sabers down a goal with two minutes to go in the opening period and playing the buffalo zone looking over his right shoulder. Lena's ullmark from the corner. Derek Persad works at back towards the line. Look Tang weights off the boards, right wing side. Creeps down and shoots it. Well wide of the goal. Try to work it off the left wing boards of the corner. Dominic Simone up talk the tank shielding the Parkway from knee Lander. Ross from below the goal line has broken stick lay at the buffalo bench and the sabres were trying to change. Now, they will clear down the ice. In a minute. Twenty two remaining in varied number one the penguins slowly to center tipped in Andolina marks go to cover up a balancing putt at the side of the goal timeout with one fifteen to go in the period. One nothing peg wits in Pittsburgh. It's.
"johnson heart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Than they've had decent ball movement at times but at times had been riddled with thousand unable to get shots off under the shot clock but their offense of glass has been the real source of of a performance for carolina to this point alvarado best free throw shooter percentagewise on georgia tech mess is the sector that role on the first second one comes out check is just 3 of 5 at the line carolina six of eight so they're not been many free throws taken in this game this comes after win tech shops thirty three of them last year in atlanta trials have the basketball up eight henson deep on the right wing almost touching the sideline spins away from the defender over to the may is up in berries and shot clock under10 again bear drives czar pump fake he's going to have to shoot it suits it up under lammers no and the rebound to tech a cana late clock king william's as the charge in transition josh pastor fires up and argues the call williams got back beautifully defensively for the heels it took the charge by jackson there was a lot of contact amid carry way of renault is good it fbi the positioning but he got parked in their tradition there even though he picked up the charging call kenny kind of retreated to the corner where he tried to protect yourself collective before this offer the possession and that foul on jackson is his four so big in i wait i still don't look quite right even playing off and try now just kind of losing very ginger hair with thirteen on the shot clock as it knocked away by alvarado tries to use a wrote screen since it over to johnson heart drive into the paint boy had his arm slapped on the layup it appeared nocall here comes the other way carolinas' ofensive woes continued neither team has scored in more than two minutes no field goals in england fifty four forty six a killed you give me from the top to the.
"johnson heart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Look what happens carolina be physical defensively the cavalier fans don't like it what does it a people don't like what they do themselves right granting robinson checking for ring ml of now hold on robinson as the two guys were really kind of knock unit do each other back and forth but air i mean this the think virginia loves to be physical with you do it man they're not calling it all one and very often beck beat fiscal yourself see what happen i think if a good thing that has happened is that virginia is very good at closequarter individual defense sustain in front of you on the drive carolina sometimes gets beat when there that tight to you when you're that tight you force players to try and create space that's where you pick up an offensive foul that's where you pick up somebody trying to set a screen and make me a little bit of a moving screen so new tight defence creates opportunities for conner with a tough david ho state he'd been big half he added i have yes seven this happened tim again just a few tommy better doublefigure six 48 sit some big shots including that would go on and had a little heads up hide a camera johnson thakur 15 out a bear lobs arrived back the pizza on the way the bear in on the shot clock her cambridge johnson that johnson heart thrive thank you mayor laws which chuck market wrong johnson spin shoots it nothing but good and it will be continues basketball for a shot clock violations third time today 1660s go who feels like a big defensive position for the tar heels not to let virginia get any moment of back after hitting a bucket and getting a deep inside stop the hills a cut this down to just six it's now eight fifty six forty eight kony on the shot clock for the cavaliers now is guy has guarded by kenny williams of the devon hall brennan robinson there with him robison closes in is all backs up.
"johnson heart" Discussed on WEEI
"The sidelines started the fourth quarter coming at you with northwestern leading kentucky seventeen to fourteen and it's going to be a good fourthquarter i liked the way both teams are came out that third quarter and made those adjusters at halftime in the second half after quarter been much smoother said what we witnessed in the first half we start the fourth way of kentucky at the road forty five yard line vase with a second dad and nine trailing by three quarterback steven johnson with the running back the wretched freshman aj rose and of acteal the his right at three receiver set johnson takes us now drops back growing right pressure to get tennessee throws of all is loose its although the across the 45 your allotted still los picked up aid side of the 45 your loaded with joe gagiano that hit job civil let's see if kentucky was able to get this ball back no signal yet and i'm gonna tell you what mike it's an incomplete pass any ghazi ano hits johnson heart from behind but from my view his arm was going forward they called it a fumble on the field that with the officials do where the office because if you don't call the focal you can't you know right you just let the play go but to me is arm was definitely going forward and i think were replay will reverse isn't called and if we pressed but a huge hit by guys yano on steven johnson and he's down and kentucky did recover it with kyle meadows the right tackle was able to corral it and finally get back on top of it at the forty five yard line it's going to be third down and it 10 for third added nine excuse recent oh gained really there and after all that i agree with you really i think that he was in the process of throwing that football and probably should be it in complete pass but you know regardless there at.
"johnson heart" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The dan and it's a joy six on the fan zillow's update here i was just talking to eddie saying eddie your you surprised about the emotions that are attached all this he buy stuff here for the giants right and these are not really i mean i kinda get it and then i realized that petty as the dolphins fan right and then i said daddy how did to them what they are of was under rule remember how that whole thing one down and then all of a sudden you should see the anger that he was throwing it was drawn shared all over jimmy johnson heart and was getting angry because obviously dan marino being your favorite player of all time like he was theorist by jimmy johns had one hundred percent you've spent time that dan i'm sure you guys have talked about and i don't want to ever tell you about what guy save out he says that what i'm somewhat i'm about i would just tell you that yeah he did like the way it ended i'm sure you always not like it away this ended because they're maria was always tied to who don shula right and who is eli manning always tied to calm coughlin by so now you got the new guys coming in trying to handle these personalities other than either i don't think you eyes anywhere near the personality that danny was on dam sure danny was very here hedged followed two guys who have statutes run i know because we because we're talking about you know presence agai walking in who has a certain physical present senate demanding presence and danny certainly had that there's no question about it and was his where the highway down a miami antle can we johnson got there and then what happens a screwed it all up is what happened rights they go the playoffs i play jacksonville they lose six they should not and then that was his last game as the miami dolphins paint right but that but they did his was his contract over or i will i don't know his contract says but i know there was i guess it was because there was rumors of him going either to pittsburgh for minnesota i remember the pittsburgh annan as a dolphin fan i am i'm glad he just decided to rework crushed by the whole thing off.
"johnson heart" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bring them all up to speed on our whole jc tiegen experiment yesterday were we tried to get in touch with chrissy teigen and we by the way were successful in getting our names in our phone number in front of her okay what she did from then on was her choice i don't agree with it but she did not call us any way dawn is trying to recount the story downey and she first of all calls as desperate spoon harsh all day it's not the word i would have used yet five shells against like ninety nine percent of the facts wrong yano i mean that's what happens when you're not paying attention and you you know or just one hundred sleeping through life see downing view meth would danny just said now die said danny jews sad repeated use it what did i i said ninety nine's his island presenter facts right wrong and i said well i buy work with those people every day let me get well yeah see every day of hey i don't have a beef with them today i have a beef withdrawn today yes yes you do at lee so apparently we will just wait and see when the next time don stab you know a car he dry issued rice we could you know maybe oh danny or in a laser on all endo lowered on the tires alight foreign john poor johnson heart no no i need to linked his don's car she's had a lot of trouble with her car so i ems with her car because they're as for that that i will mess with something i remember race deceased slow drive the minivan earth movers were see heard a movie premiered to pull many them why are you driving a minivan okay can i tell you i not telling tales out of school i'm sure she said this before she the first thing she told me about why she drives minivan is just in case she's his furniture on the side of the road i thought played at you and i was again good you take it had such a missouri gun a thing you know what i'm saying y'all hey everybody thinks realtors all we gotta calling we we gather in weekend we'll be back on monday lorry julia coming up next to anything we wouldn't do or do.
"johnson heart" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North
"Linden johnson's tenure as president came to an end on twenty january nineteen sixty nine with the inauguration of richard m nixon at the end we have not been able to solve the problem were the vietnam war that had cost a lot of live and it was something that broke johnson's heart he said rv to fran after our get out of the projects that have for and laughter were would you believe our friend i said of course perth perc the last few years of johnson's life respect spent with lady bird on his beloved lbj ranch in stonewalled texans kerry middleton assisted lbj in writing his memoirs entitled the vantage point he was very very philosophical about what had happened to show you know we've been pretty well discredited on we've got director show inches history will change but right now country is divided over vietnam it reveals will rid of johnson is the president everybody wants to forgive he changed after you've got back to the ranch but you know related hair grow long and he took smoking up again i think it was a very difficult sad period in his life when he blooded hair grow long i you may have been saying i understand how you feel i feel that way too i hate all this i despise it and i broke my heart and a lot of other hearts are trying to solve it to bring a two and then he had a couple of heart attacks at the very end of the last year and i am sure that the there was some depression that had shut in after the one he had maybe eight months before he died and a final heart attack was would ruin the took it away.