17 Burst results for "Jonathan Wall"

"jonathan wall" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Six six five oh five four six two six with Jonathan McNamara of the red cross and here is a and in Willimantic Connecticut good evening hi good evening Jim how are you fine thank you are in good evening tear gas Mr McNamara I just want to say oh what a wonderful experience it is each time I go and give blood I gave my seventy second donation last Wednesday at one of our local blood centers here in Connecticut the staff couldn't be more professional kinder they're just really wonderful people I'm getting used to seeing certain faces over and over again I try to give six times a year with math in my head that sounds like nine gallons nine gallons the up and coming up on a nine gallon mark or just reached at and I've been doing it over twenty years and I can't say what a wonderful experience it is it's just absolutely terrific and it only takes an hour I think some people who've never given before may feel I got to spend the whole day at the blood drive that's not it at all it takes just about an hour sometimes a little over sometimes there an hour and fifteen minutes but you walk out of there with a just a wonderful feeling that you know you help someone and you don't know maybe that blood is going to go to a new mom who's just given birth maybe someone has had a car accident who desperately needs your type of blood so I started giving around twenty years ago and it's just been a regular part of my regular thing like having an annual physical and things like that I put it on my calendar I've already got my appointment for July and it makes you feel really good no I don't know I'm not is just as good at it as a as a ideas but I'm a regular donor and I can vouch for everything she said in regard to the time factor and does something else hi okay let's say you're you're squeamish about needles say trust me on this nobody likes needles the people I've dealt with have always been extremely good little little tiny little **** it's all over with them he did not it's nothing to worry about and and the good you're doing you can Pat yourself on the back all day Jonathan wall to that's one thing I've always been amazing when I donated that that many of our staff just a really funny and and they too is much as they can to try to make it a light on enjoyable experiences possible lock well you know distract you do that one moment when the needle comes in but what I can say is the people who do this job a really passionate about it on and I'm passion I think goes through to the donors I can't tell you how many stories I've heard like the call are you just giving him a donated for twenty thirty forty years I I met a gentleman a couple months ago in Virginia beach you would tell me the the reason he started donating blood was a year John F. Kennedy speak and he said you know this is the way I can do something for my country we've had the gentleman who have come up and said yeah I give kids my drill sergeant told me to do it and I I never stop and and make it as a real badge of honor anywhere that in all that they receive from the red cross I indicating that Gallinger they've given anywhere with pride and they use it as a way to inspire others to give in and I'm I'm fortunate my role to be able to to talk to patients a lot of benefit from it it's personal for me I I about about my father in law who has leukemia I also have a number of other members of my can be characterized the reasons for benefited from blood on and it's even hard to remember sometimes if there is no substitute there's when if there's not blood on the shelves that can cause very challenging decisions for the healthcare professionals at the other end of the line like your caller said whether the mother in labor or or somebody goes into an emergency room because of the trauma I and we can only do this because of our donors like your listener and new donors who you know had a personal experience that motivates and inspires them but we make it fun we make it interesting we try to make it easy we give you snacks and you should be and get.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on KOMO

"That's happening on the streets right now is it looks like the cavalry is coming and this is from earlier this is from earlier this is from earlier several couple of hours yeah this yeah this is this is a disgusting display that were saying we saw so many real protesters earlier giving speeches and making their point heard in holding their signs and saying what they had to say that's not what this is this is chaos right now let's go live to come as Nick Papa was live in Seattle what where are you and what are you seeing there well I'm over here at fourth in part and we saw some people running over this way a lot of people with back Martin's apparel they were inside the store it appeared and been looting you could see some damage from some of the newspapers here the people running in this direction sort of work Jonathan walls located over in that area that we can see the fire off into the distance that he was referring to but people from all over where Jonathan was located since kind of running in this direction we're not quite sure why everybody's running but we see our people caring different on a payroll what whether it's close you could see some people with just a handful food tearing and of of clothes and boots and different a different story we're hearing loud sirens were not quite sure where that's coming from wi fi Boris still continuing to drive that's the craziest part is that I don't see any law enforcement here all I'm seeing our cars continuing to drive along the street as demonstrators are walking closer to where we are so but it's been taking place here and it's quite it's yeah it's indescribable some of the scenes that we are we are witnessing here with no police in sight there's just no one around except demonstrators grabbing different pieces of apparel and then just causing all sorts of commotion in this area of downtown the question is as you play the stated where are the police and and and if you call them demonstrators a lot of.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"If you're listening to this podcast you've seen the highlights calms the chip. Ins At Augusta memorial flagged irons for tap-in birdies. These moments are tiger woods moments but remember there are people behind him. There's this father who taught him. The game decades ago his mother who supports them to this day. There's this caddy his close circle of friends and his longtime agent. They're all involved but also there's this wizard behind Tiger Woods golf clubs. Those tools relies upon attorneys talent into trophies. We're going to tell you all about that. Wizard rate here on the drop zone the first and equipment wizard in his own right. Jonathan Wall J. Wall is the equipment editor at Gulf magazine. Jonathan what is lifelike as our equipment? Guru? I guess it depends on the week. I think there was. There was a point in time within the industry before I entered when equipment was kind of set for a certain time of the year it was usually end of the year right before the PGA Merchandise Show. A lot of the manufacturers would release new product. It is not like that anymore. It's it's pretty much year round the new. Tv series irons are something different. It's why the G. Four. Ten drivers engineered with movable weights to help. You hit more fairways. And you're constantly seeing new gear being released whether it's on tour whether it's to the public it is it's exhausting but it is. It's still a lot of fun. Yeah and when it comes to appetite for equipment there's probably no greater appetite for equipment and then Tiger Woods is golf clubs. That's an understatement. And Tiger Woods is clubs. Have their own fun history. Who is Mike Taylor? Nineteen eighty seven. Hadn't been out of college very long. The company I was working for they had some connections to the Ben Hogan Company owner which is a fellow that mocked father had grown up with he kind to me. One day goes. Hey there's this company here in town they're looking for a guy that has some year skills but he's always that tell them. My you boys from the country.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With your partner in the wages on average you'll have three to four different brands represented in your bag that's not unusual Iraq had seven the word hi five she is not begin to do that justice and again one was a women's club any was carrying two more stakes then he's allowed it is ten years of covering golf equipment Jonathan wall called a rod's back quote the most shocking thing I've ever seen a quote right because you're this guy went to seven different garage sales on his way to rid of or he ran into a good will and you started picking twenty year all clubs at random one of which was still shrink wrapped and one that was meant for the women's game the I. showing up to a prestigious pick up basketball game with a bunch of NBA stars wearing a Nike on one foot internet deed is on the other foot and both from the year two thousand and bring in a basketball still on the cardboard box from target did you buy twenty years ago in trying to dribble it in the box open down we're showing up to a football game with four different sets of shoulder pads for no reason at all in a mix match uniform we're going to a celebrity baseball you van with a woman stop all back only a ride would want to rip that kind of a set up sixteen clubs seven different brands eight Haiti's Lee stupid potter a shrink wrapped eight the wrong head cover for twenty year old seven dollar driver for four irons and a ladies club bro this is Riviera in Pacific palisades not Riverview in Santa Ana come on man bag we'll come right back message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills and give you access to world renowned faculty leaders and mentors all on your schedule one that opened doors.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Hello guys think they say something V. really smart like that makes no sense whatsoever like about what this guy does or says he continues to pop up in high profile places even after saying things like that and then this week was no different after predictably inserting himself all over fox's Superbowl coverage last week A. rod found himself on the other coast out here at Riviera Country Club to play in this celebrity Cup event before the standard program rich guys golfing is a tradition as old as time itself what rich guys showing up with a set of sticks that Alex Rodriguez showed up with a rib it's something nobody's ever seen before and likely will never see ever again thanks to golf dot com's Jonathan wall pictures have surfaced of a bags bag and you don't have to be a golf equipment junkie to understand just how mind melting the weird his collection of bass is a quick mini golf is sort of like a sneaker obsession in basketball everybody wants to know what everybody has still be part of the golf industry is what's in the back what's in the back you see the show you see the segment you see the articles what's in the back normally these articles or segments or reserve a tour pros because the general public wants to know what guys like Brooks in warrior hating because the general public can head down to the local golf superstore and like their money on fire by bank the same types of clubs they never end up helping them at all they don't play any better would you want to swing the same bat that Rory does it's a really lucrative deal for the manufacturer but a rod got the what's in the bag treatment this week it might be the most insane thing there any golfers ever seen or heard of when we started the fact that it's only legal to carry fourteen clubs of course he showed up with sixteen because of course he did because of course a wrought would be in violation of some well known rule before even got out of the car once a cheater always a cheater course he's gonna cheat a golf he cheated a baseball it was give me the greatest baseball player ever so you're not only going to cheat in certain aspects of your life when you're that rampant a cheater you will cheated everything so far so bad he cheats a golf and golf cheating the worst thing ever then there was his driver a Callaway big Bertha E. R. C. to sounds fancy right it is or it was back in two thousand when they released it do you had a twenty year old big stick in his back the now sells used for seven box online right now Eddie had a protected with a non matching head cover the guy made five hundred and twenty seven million dollars on two contracts any showed up to rip with a seven dollar driver maybe he loves the club like some golfers can't move away from a stick the battle lost access with but there's no way he loves that club is much as he loves for irons because ladies and gentlemen Alex Rodriguez carries for four irons in his bag not one not two not three four four irons find me even one person anywhere who carries duplicate clubs by me anybody in I will show you a rod who showed up with four four irons and one of them was a women's for iron posted on his eight iron was still shrink wrapped in protective plastic so that's weird most dudes want to hit the ball on the face off the group's Iran apparently once hit the ball off a bunch of taped up jagged plastic there's more his partner had was molded to the shape of a baseball bat of all the things wrong with these guys set up this one makes the most sense I guess but still that potter is an abomination to flat sticks and it has zero sweet spot for forgiveness and it's a baseball bat with his name engraved on it look if you don't know golf equipment most players will Kerry a uniform set of irons and hybrids your driver can be any brand same with your partner in the wages on average you'll have three to four different brands represented in your bag that's not unusual Iraq had seven the word hodgepodge is not begin to do that justice and again one was a women's club any was carrying two more stakes then he's allowed it is ten years of covering golf equipment Jonathan wall called a rod's back quote the most shocking thing I've ever seen and quote right because you're this guy went to seven different garage sales on his way to read or he ran into a good will and you started picking twenty year all clubs at random one of which was still shrink wrapped and one that was meant for the women's game the I. showing up to a prestigious pick up basketball game with a bunch of NBA stars wearing a Nike on one foot internet deed is on the other foot and both from the year two thousand and bring in a basketball still on the cardboard box from target did you buy twenty years ago in trying to dribble it in the box open down we're showing up to a football game with four different sets of shoulder pads for no reason at all in a mix match uniform we're going to a celebrity baseball you van with a woman stop all back only a ride would want to rip that kind of a set up sixteen clubs seven different brands eight Haiti's Lee stupid potter a shrink wrapped eight the wrong head cover for twenty year old seven dollar driver for four irons and a ladies club bro this is Riviera in Pacific palisades not Riverview in Santa Ana come on man bag we'll come right back message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload well what if.

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"This is jonathan wall who is running on fumes professor beyond i i am. I am dog-tired right now where where r._e._i. Today john back home but but i didn't get in until two a._m. Last night i spent monday and tuesday at medina doing eight. What's what's in the bag. Spreads for the magazine saw lots of really cool stuff in the bags. We shot <hes> justin thomas bag. Adam scott's keith mitchell's the open champion shane lowery. I mean it was it was a good productive week but then my flight got delayed going home and got super cranky and made it home at two a._m. <music> i'm here i'm here. I'm here to talk to your though tim i'm going to i'm going to get fired up as we keep going. Get this man a cup of coffee. <hes> i'm out here in beverly hills today. We're opening up our our newest tru spec studio here right in the golden triangle of beverly hills. <hes> we'll share in rodeo. Pretty cool spot <hes> eventually john. You'll have a chance to come in here and check it out but for all those folks in southern california in the l._a. Area you'll have to come check us out so be. It should be a fun week with a lot of fun. Things plan to open up our new studio but <hes> what's on. What are we t- up here this week for our listeners. Let me just say this to mururoa some pretty cool spots miami. You're up in the northeast. You're going to california <hes> scottsdale. You're living the life man i wish i had. I wish i had your travel schedule. Although i do travel a lot you go to some really cool spots well yeah. I can't wait to bring you with a little bit later this year. We'll get <hes>. We'll get some nice korean right. Belly fat should be ready so let's <hes> what's what's going on tour. What what have have you been here in the last couple of weeks regarding gear yet you know i think we gotta get into a couple of topics here. When we're talking about two or news one is tiger woods woods adding a new tailor-made milled grind to sand wedge of the bag and then also bryce in doing some some changes heat which he called a hard reset so i mean obviously we start with the biggest name golf the guy who moves the needle when it comes to equipment the guy who arguably is the needle in golf tiger woods recently he added a new tailor-made milled grind to sandwich to the bag. It didn't do anything to the sixty but but i do find it interesting when tiger is moving coming. I'm an out again because i've spent time with them. In the past he is so detail oriented. It makes you wonder why just the fifty six seven sixty but you know one of the things that tiger talked about with me here. Recently was these new milled grind wedges from tailor-made they they allow him to do something that before. When he was working his way through alleged he could not do which is throw a new wedge in the bag without having to think about it and the reason they're able to do this now is because of the new cnc milling process that they're able to put these wedges through so they're able to put tigers special one off t._w._a. Grind on his wedges and build essentially a mold for these wedges so when they need a fresh one they can go when they can make him an identical wedge to the one that he was using but they can also make any small subtle tweaks he needs so tiger loves the wedges i just i think it makes it easier for him to slot a new one in the back tim it's interesting what tigers done with his wedges throughout his career a lot of different tour players take a lot of different strategies. I know v._j. V._j. <hes> tends to play a new set of wedges almost every week. I'm not sure if he's still doing that but was for some time. Tiger takes a little bit different approach. She's is very very particular about the grinds the shaping of the bottom of the wedge <hes> we'll into that a little bit later and in this week's episode <hes> as it relates to do you know one of the fellows. That's done a lot of work with him on his wedges but it's not just that i mean when he gets a set of wedges that he really likes tends to stick with them. A long time doesn't john he does so. Let me tell listeners out there. How tiger woods use to test and find a set of wedges so as you lou to we're gonna talk about mike taylor used to work with tiger tiger at nike and he still still works with tiger and and you know they talk i talked to mike recently and he said they still talk pretty regularly about equipment and you know things tiger seeing being in when he's playing his gear but before they had the cnc milling process that made things a lot easier tiger said that they would take eight different wedges in mike would hand hand grind all of them to make sure that they were exactly how tiger wanted buff <hes> get them just right and then tiger take those wedges those eight wedges home he'd practiced with them what do bunker work and then when the grew started aware down on those wedges on our web set he would send them back to my hamry blasted and then he'd moved those wedge is is to the back of the order he do this for sixteen. Go around so you know. Once alleges will get another run before they'd be out of the rotation then he'd have to start all over again at that point time tiger was was hitting balls and you know you just can't test like that anymore. That's one of the reasons why the c._n._c. Processes the complexities of tigers wedges it makes it a lot easier for him to throw it in the bag half to try and make sure that you know the grind is right in in practice with it but yeah tigers wedged testing has changed a lot in you know i think the c._n._c. process especially now it helps save is back one hundred percent. You know there's a lot of difference between the old way of of having craftsman on grinding wheel making sure that every last little detail about the shaping of the bottom of the wedge was exactly the same as the previous one that it takes a lot of skill to be able to do that. It's one thing to be able to put a really nice grind on wedge. It's another thing to be able to replicate it over and over and over and that was the whole concept behind the c._n._c. c._n._c. Melt grind wedges. The taylormade offers is to be able to plug in a bunch of coordinates into a computer basically and say okay robot. You go ahead and make sure that the sponsor of the club is shaped exactly the same repeating it over and over so you know that plus. I think the face technology you know the face technology on these new mill grind into our is really cool. You know most of the club is in is in chrome but the face itself is designed to oxidizing rust and that's something that i think a lot of golfers out but there may not really have an understanding of when it comes to you know the rusty wedges that tour players play. Why do they do it some of them. It has to do with the aesthetics. Just is like that raw or less polished. Look some of it has to do with glare some wedge products when you get very high shiny chrome. The sun is at a certain angle it can reflect off the club causing you know what we call visually a hotspot or in other words you know a big bright reflection <hes> and that's obviously very distracting and then you do have the benefit of with those raw finishes that tend to oxidizer rust <hes> there's a belief that you know they can grab the ball a little bit better caused. It's a little bit more face friction. Obviously the more phrase friction you can cause the more chance you have at spinning ball so we all went to spin the ball yeah most folks i mean when you look at some folks and they spend it too much that will actually be a part of our next tour topic we get into here in just a moment when we start talking about bryson and his wedges but you know most of the immature golfers out there are suffering from too little spin so and everybody likes seeing the ball come back you know and spend backwards <hes> and check on green so there are multiple different reasons why to use a raw raw finish on a wedge <hes> but you know getting back into the tiger. It's interesting that he's gone to justify fifty six degree in not decided to put that in with the sixty degree as well. I'll be curious to see what he does over time with his lob wedge. Something tells me eventually he'll probably work on one of these mel grind twos into the bag as well there so i would think the sandwich was probably the easier of the two for him to be able to test in just right to feel competent enough have to throw it in the bag but you know i mean i guess we'll probably get into the mill grind to and in another episode of a bit more detail but i think one of the neat things about the retail version is it has a three emmett. He's of sticker sticker. That's covering the grooves so when the wedges sitting there in a shop that the grooves are are staying you know they're not getting oxidized. They're not going to rest prostate. They only start the rusting process when that sticker is removed but i noticed him on tigers and again this kind of goes back to guys who need zip versus. Those who don't it looks like tigers. Don't have the the laser etching. That's between the grooves. That's supposed to help with the skidding up the face in a given a more consistent launch and help with the friction. That's on the retail. Version didn't see it on tigers. There are subtle differences between what tiger likes to retail golfer is going to to need in a wedge so it looks like there. There's a few minor tweaks but for the most part looks looks pretty much the same yeah it's <hes> it's always interesting to see what some of these amazing short game players. I do with their scoring clubs. There's so much subtle preference in variation from one player to the next which leads us into our next topic of conversation which that'd be mr de shambo obviously when it comes to his preferences for golf equipment that gets very unique. What are you got on the price front. Bryson is one of those guys if you've ever had an opportunity to see him. At a p j to prevent he is constantly testing and you always says the testing that he's doing has a purpose. He's trying to get better. I think everybody out there is but he just it goes about it in a different way with different equipment and he said he just kinda got the point where he needed to go through what he called a hard reset <hes> he said in kind of bluntly he was making changes to his equipment and he basically got to the point where he didn't feel like he could progress any further with his previous setup so he needed to go back and make some changes now here is here's we're bryce. This is brian bryson. You know he wouldn't divulge anything that he's working on right now alfred future but i did think it was interesting. He pointed out. He said that while he was doing some testing he found that there were some interesting results that will be of help to future. You're in or sorry in the future to amador golfers across the world. We always hear about players that are working on their own game but i did find it interesting that he kinda hinted. Maybe maybe some of the results that he found are going to also help recreational golfers as far as the changes that he made more recently for his own gear to that. I think we gotta talk about is he went back to cobra's f nine speed back driver. He was using the king limited and he moved the loft on the f nine from mm seven and a half degrees which i would say is already on the lower side for a tour player to six degrees. Which i you know i feel like when you're getting down to six. We're talking you know long dr tour level loss on on a driver and another even lower than that but six degrees is really low for her prow and then he also were recently salihi had gone to cobras king m._b._a. Irons with true tempers dynamic gold s. four shafts he went back to the seven which is the stiffest profile but they have in the lineup even stiffer than the x one hundred i think the only other guy ever heard of using x seven beyond bryson jason day and that was just really trying to lower his ball flight flight so i guess tim you're the guy i know you've. You're used to working with tour players. I think you even mentioned to me that she had done a little bit of work. Consulting work with bryson listen i mean what are you making these changes a guy from seven and a half to six degrees position more weight in the he'll try and get a right to left ball flight going from s. four hundred back to a very stiff x seven shaft..

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"When we look at the predictive nature of this which tongue an infant is really going to cause these issues later in life and i think we need to be very careful when we counsel parents about how confident we are on a what is predicting well doctor jonathan walls and rachel morgan terro stand by here for just a second when we come back we're gonna hear from electrician consultant were talking about breastfeeding in tone tight end how procedure known as a front automated suddenly being a recommended too many thousands of new moms were struggling to breastfeed with their infant this is on point i read in amery and we're the host of endless thread the show featuring stories found on the website read it but you don't have to be ready to enjoy the kinds of stories we tell like a couple experimenting with non monogamy for board game that may have predicted be attacks on pearl harbor subscribe the endless thread on apple podcasts or wherever you listen wedding video games it could help you and your child bond and learn important skill npr's life kit for parenting taking onscreen one of the big things were working on right now the concept of resiliency in not quitting when something is hard trying to regain lives in games are great would at checkout life get new guidance screen time or subscribe to life kit all guide all of are episode all in one place this is on point i'm meghna chakrabarti were talking this hour about tongue tied and breastfeeding and why over the past several years suddenly seems as if we've had an explosion of the diagnosis of tongue tied and how repairing it could repair you're breastfeeding lows but whether or not there is an actual evidence base for that claim rachel morgan terro is with us he's written about this a story this issue indie atlantic and we have a leak her story at on point radio dot org doctor jonathan walsh joins us as well from baltimore maryland he's a pediatric ear nose and throat specialist at johns hopkins university recently published a study in two thousand seventeen in.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Things that you can talk a lot about that. Oh, yeah. You're going to be kidding. A candy store down there. Sure. He's already been spent so many times. Do you know, you you didn't have the ability to like say, I can read about whatever, you know. You're probably a little more to or surgery can get a little weird. And like the the back is of that one more question. I had is anyone that is particularly fun to nerd out with on tour like Ghazi, you've talked to good players that just liked to get into talking about their specs and different changes that they're making or or is everyone kind of keep you at arm's length. Geoff Ogilvy is an awesome interview when it comes to gear. He's an awesome interview in general I think, but but Ogilvy will will nerd out. I remember years back in Vegas when when vocally had their new wedges out. So they bring everything out on tour. I and but the players tested today eventually bring it to retail, and they had the new wedges on. I thought I was going to talk to a couple of guys because titles won't say anything during that period about the design specs and all that. And so I just walked up and said, hey, Jeff, would you mind just kind of tell me? What you think of the new wedges? And we started on the driving range ten minutes later, we walked over to the putting green and I just kept following him onto the sea. He, but he just kept going. It was awesome. I didn't have to I didn't have to feed them questions. He just had so many thoughts on on the wedges on the geometry, and they were doing something new that year with with the waiting, and he's he's awesome one that I thought kind of surprised me just because I feel like a lot of the young guys have grown up with track band. So they look at the numbers more than they do really kind of fiddling with the club. It's more about. Optimizing and I get that. But Aaron wise I had a chance to interview him this year. And he I mean, he does a lot of testing on his own well away, dude Calloway, dude. But it kind of just goes back to his college days. I guess he just started kind of working on things and testing shafts. And and yeah, it's it's fun. It's fun to see some of the young guys nerd out a little bit. Because again, you don't really know if. If they enjoy that aspect of it as much as maybe some of the older guys do, but yet why was was surprisingly great. Well, if such major support teams in place, right? I mean, I know we were at a Cobra event Cobra Puma a couple of weeks ago and Bryson and Lexi were both there, and they're asked about playing in the wind, and you know, do change your swing change your shot type and Bryson was basically now I don't really like to mess with my swing. I'm just going to give my clubs once one playing and they're going to fix them. And I'm going to swing the same way. And what's going to happen is going to be a little bit better a little bit more advantageous? You know, he might be using like a six degree driver instead of instead of whatever he'd been using before. And that's just as just moment. So that is kind of an interesting mix where you know, tiger would have a totally different approach than someone who has grown up with track, man. Yeah. No. And again, I think that's what separates the today's young crop. From from the older guys is just the way that they go. About you know, it's just it's not the same for both groups get a phone call. You got a into cats playing catch? You got a lot of things going on to answer. Yeah. Seriously. Well, thank you, John. I appreciate it. Jonathan Jonathan wall Jonathan wall. Full name you'll see more stuff at Gulf dot com. Stay tapped into all the equipment stuff because he's our guy. Now, we we own we own him. We got him we own them. Thanks John for joining us today. Thanks to you for listening in thanks to Dylan as well. Can't forget about him that say for the Gulf dot com podcast today. And we'll have more few later this week from my Koba see that.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Complaining that he was hitting the. All too far. Do you wanna guess who that was with the club? At sounds like something that tiger would say. Nope. Abet as Bubba. Nope. DJ the make sense. I mean that had to be in your top five that was he he was trying out the taylormade had their little SLD are the mini version. And I remember asking in Durant. I tested it. Don't you put in the bag? So you went too far excuse excuse me. That's not generally j should have been. I guess not only because he is you know, he hits the ball further than just about anybody. But because he's exactly the kind of person who probably couldn't like dial back drive her. You know, like he so robot one-speed he's got one speed and can't back off that you brought up earlier how U N peaked and keeping Bradley's beg. And that's definitely a way in which you stay in touch with what these guys are doing out on tour. A question that Dylan was proposing earlier is just like deplores over freak out when you do that. Because you can I mean in our various experiences onto or you can get a little too close to someone's bag or a little too close to someone warming up, and they get a little touchy to a players can be a bit antsy and touchy with things do you have any good stories about like bad experiences? With getting too close. Yes. Yeah. Yes. Uh-huh. You touch the Scotty. That's actually funny story that early on where we're I I asked Joey if I could could shoot some photos of Tigers Cameron, and he just said sure, and I was almost in my head. I was expecting him to say so and he just said, yeah. And I I guess I can just pick it up out of here. And I was kind of thinking like sword in the stone moment, you know, angels Excelsior from from heaven. You know, singing, it just it wasn't that unfortunately. But I will say this one player who is very particular about you touching. His club's is Bubba shock. So so Bubba doesn't like it. If you you. She doesn't want you touching the driver cover like there are guys out on tour that will like lean on his driver on the cover and he's he's not a fan. Okay. So yeah. I mean, listen, I I've I've always tried to be respectful these guys called I do not walk down the ranger around the putting green just start grabbing clubs out of the bags. Yeah. Do people there. There are a few that have just kind of walked up to Poland things out. Yeah. People may there's a handful of guys that really make themselves at home on the range. It happens. I think the funniest one was a few years back shooting a decades clubs, and I came to find out in the coming months that I guess the Japanese media, I guess they're kind of barred from being able to shoot his bag. Yes. So I I don't know. It was one of those where I I don't know if you know, he's kind of got a little bit of a mixture he's a strict song guy. Yeah. But I know at the time he was using a Callaway driver. How does the story investi? But yeah, it was just it was kind of kind of struck me as odd that they weren't that. We're gonna like it can we'd banned Japanese media from asking questions about her decades chances at ad is best card of a major country. We stop that. I came really close at the Shinnecock media day where this only media there and Mike Davis is giving a press conference to ask. Asking what he thought of decades chances like three weeks prior to the US open. But I held back anything else that we have for j wall. Is there anything that? He's got in the works in terms of like feature stories that he wants to do dive in on that he can sort of tease us on a little bit. Maybe things that look you're outside the bounds of the PGA tour. Now, we love the PGA tour. Good friends of ours. But it's necessarily a little bit restrictive. Right. Working for you know, coming from the belly of the beast here too. Are the opposite of that as well? In a sense. Well, what's that that it's also opened some perhaps he's known as a PGA tour guy, and he gets a little bit better access. I don't know. Let's let the man talk. Now. I mean for for me, it was I think it's just kind of broadening the scope because I was covering just the tour. So it it's stories pertaining what's going on on the tour. Maybe kind of a stork will look back on. You know clubs that were using the past when certain events that maybe even tied. Yeah. It's it's so this is going to be just kind of expanding things. So I think for for me, it's just going to be about trying to make the reader smarter or the viewer smarter. If we're shooting video, I think, that's that's what I want to do is there for the most part. I got so many questions from people asking about certain shafts or kick points or torque or should they use a different flex in their irons and their wedges. I want to be able to dig into this stuff in in kind of pull the curtain back and make people smarter. So that if they go into a store, they're able to feel like they're a better consumer, but they're also smarter from from reading our content. Totally I'm stoked to see what you come out. What you come up with feature wise because if you're only really attached to two or players to clubs that are being used at two events. I mean, there's just a huge. Mature Gulf market in which there's been tons of splashes of equipment. I mean, the PGA shows littered with things

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Happens. It would be huge news. Let's put it that way. Okay. So so let's put that as a rumor for now. Rumors are fun, especially this time of year because you get rumors that people are going here, and there and all kinds of rumors flood into your DM's. I wanna look at your DM's at some point just to see all the pictures about new equipment. That is supposed to be coming out about players that are probably going here or there or players pe-. Some people saw playing club somewhere. How do you deal with that stuff? I mean, do you kinda just ignore it until you can verify or do you use it as leads? Yeah. I mean, a lot of it's white noise. You hear rumblings out on tour a lot in a it was last year that I started hearing rumblings. That was around Bridgestone that tailor-made was contracting their staff, and they were going to go to a smaller staff of big name players, but they weren't going to have as big of a footprint out on tour. You hear stuff like that? And usually it's like for one person. And then you hear it from somebody else. And then what you thought was a crazy rumor actually turns out to be true. So it happens like that the photos, please stop sending me leaked photos. If you are listening to this. I'm not going to post your photos on social media. I don't know. Why people ask me to break? Embargo, man. Senate Adila to me. Yes. It does the Dilmun sock. I have no interest in posting these photos in burning a bridge. So this is this is my public service announcement everybody who sends me the leaked photos is there any secret. Breaking news, you can break on the golf dot com podcast right now, probably not not right now. But I look other than a payroll there. There is another major name that's going to be making equipment move. They eighty very significant aim, and I know this for a fact, I just I can't I can't release the name just yet. He said major though, I wonder if he's a major winner. Oh, my be dropping zoo. Oh cannot confirm nor deny at some point. I I'm not that really into equipment. I know Dylan being a I'm getting more into it. Honestly every minute that we get into this podcast for you. You're I mean, you are a Gulf nerd at heart. And I at times I have a hard time caring about it. And don't take offense to that at all. But I have a hard time caring about that. Patrick rate is making a change to different shafts in his driver. You know, is there anything that you run into your like gosh, it is just hard for me to like to draw attention to this. Or do you ever? Like, hold yourself back like people don't care or do you just kind of like wipe it all and say, you know, what this is the beat. Yeah. I mean, I go all in. I feel like this is a very niche market within the Gulf space, which is a niche sport, which is a niche sport. Exactly. So you're you're talking about a micro audience in in the grand scheme of things. But there are so many people out there that that really like to know what the tour pros are playing. It might not be something that they would go out and play. Yeah. But they're just they just want to know why why is it guy changing driver shafts? Why is he swapping out a three iron for a four iron or a three iron for for utility aren't there? There are people out there. You've got to feed the beast so to speak. Let's talk about Cam champ recent tour winner you've playing to four irons at the first time you've ever seen someone doing that. No. So back in twenty thirteen I watched Keegan Bradley shoot sixty at the Byron Nelson with two four irons tough so baller. And and it was one of those things where I wouldn't Pete in the bag. And I thought I got to be seeing something it's not to four hours, and it was and so I asked him after the round I said what's going on? And he had one that was more forgiving that a little bit farther than he had one. That was a little more workable kind of your your standard stock for. Iron. And that's kind of what Cam champs doing. Can. I break some news. This is like didn't even get a. Yes. But remember. Championship when Adam Scott had to putters in the bag. Yeah, he also had two three irons in the bag. I don't think anyone ever really got into that. But I saw him at a title titlis photo shoot the essays later. And I was like, dude what is wrong with you. You didn't ask him, dude? What is wrong with you? It may not have been a direct quote. But it is like thing that happens now, I guess especially with the rise in what hybrids driving irons different styles of. We'll just everything they grew in irons. You can do a ton of stuff with a three iron and another three iron. Yeah. Hybrids are being phased out onto or it used to be really popular club. But but there are so many coacher guys with with. That's really what it is. It's the slower swingers that are that are still using the hybrids. But you have so many young guys that are coming out with high swing speeds that those hybrids just balloon on them that a driving iron is that's jam. So that was why Cam champs said he was four iron instead of a three iron. He was hitting his three aren't too far. Here's to eighty five and it was too close to his three. Would he said we had to dial that back to two seventy two seventy five this, by the way, me ripping off Jay walls reporting. This is not like my ridge. In fact, I've only ever heard of one guy complaining

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Like this guy is out here zoom in on Hirose photos. And just knows what Rory's putter looks like. And he knows what Patrick reads putter looks like, and he probably knows like Russell Henley's putter and Aaron wise as putter and use go down the line. And like this guy has an encyclopedia of these clubs just in the back of his head. Yeah. It's I don't know if that's a good thing or or if it's a little concern. It's a little concern. It's probably a law concerning. If you ask them other people. Hello, welcome to the Gulf dot com podcast. I'm your host, Sean Zach and today, I guess you can call this breaking news. I mean that might be a bit of a compliment. But we've John wall the equipment expert of all things on PJ tour. He's hopefully going to become the equipment expert of just all things Gulf equipment at Gulf dot com. And he's with us here today as well. Still into share, but most poorly John wall the newest employee at Gulf dot com. I think is anyone else been hired recently. I mean, he started today. Right. And you know, it's hard to be much newer than that. Welcome to the show. This is like I would say Jordan into the wiz. I I like to think that I'm a bigger deal than I am. Wow. Jordan to the whiz. How far past your? I'm not trying to date myself or anything. But but yeah, it's like this is like Jordan who is it's kind of kind of a big deal. But but only maybe to the guy that's making the move. I like that comparison a lot you definitely need to use it on Twitter post bulls Jordan of the equipment industry. But when it comes to the equipment, you are the guy like how you try and try to really boost by eagle, man. Yeah. Like, why are you coming to Gulf dot com? Yeah. You know? I think for me, it's it's the opportunity to kind of start something new here. You know, when I went to the tour they didn't have an equipment site. And so it was pretty much given to me as a make it your own. And so I feel like this is an opportunity to kind of do this a lot of young guys two of them here. And I'm talking to that that got me really excited about making making the jump. But yeah, it's it just feels like there's the starting something special here in in kind of want to get in on ground-floor Dylan. Why did I join golf dot com? I know you're you're young. You just turned twenty seven can can still be considered young. I don't know man them in that stage. Now of like, we're not mid twenties. I think I'm the late twenties. Now, you don't just stop with like the late twenties. I'm thirty four here. I feel like I'm John Ranji gas that makes you middle of the pack probably on our staff in terms of age wise. Let's get quick confirmation though. Are we doing J wall? John wall Jonathan wall. Yeah. Good question. You can't do John wall again because I'll go into the story back at Baha. I told you guys about the guy at the hotel asked me, John John wall or are you related to the basketball player? Yeah. I don't go by John wall. I'll go by j wall a lot of people call me that our Jonathan wall. But a lot of wizards talk on the Gulf dot com podcast. I mean, there are two great things about that story. Because one is like how many people are related like, you know, he'd be like cousins, they'd be like, yeah. I have the same name. We're both named John that doesn't happen. Second of all. May maybe we need a picture associated with this podcast. But you do not resemble John while the basketball player, not not not in the slightest tall quite tall. Let's let's play basketball. Now, you go. I think we need to keep talking about basketball only for a little bit more. Because when I wrote this down I kind of figured you to be the wards of the equipment game. And now that is probably the highest compliment, I can pay any journalist, but. More. So says that like you've got that niche really carved out in your game. Do you consider yourself like the preeminent Gulf equipment expert? Probably. I mean, I I like to I feel like when I first started the two, right? I noticed that there was somewhat of a void in the wasn't so much that people weren't picking up on the new gear that was coming out on tour. It's just nobody was really reacting to it as it was happening. And so that was kind of where I wanted to come in because especially with the advent of social media, and it just continuing to grow in people are now on Twitter all the time. It's just you have to be able to react. So that was for me that was really important to make sure that I could be a go to for people where if there was something new in the bag for a pro if there was somebody that was making a move, it's important to be right. But it's also important to to be right there in maybe I so that was big for me to try and build those relationships to where something. What's happening? I could be right there. Yes. Tuchus through some of your big scoops. This this year, you know, Brian win horse style. So who did you pick up? Maybe you know, tiger scoops or different free agent. Scoops anything like that that you were I to. I mean, I think the biggest one for me wasn't even so much was a scoop it was getting an exclusive with tiger. This is crazy. We do want to get into this because excited. Well, there's only so many people that have really gotten a sit down with tiger. Yeah. In honestly, I think other than than my Johnson over at golf digest. He years ago did a on-course with tiger. We went through ball testing. And that honestly is really the only other time that there was a one on one with tiger in an equipment guy. So this is a big deal at actually the funniest part about the story is a my wife, and I were supposed to be going on our anniversary and had planned Turkson Keiko December. We. We had a plane late in the year because we had a kid recently. And it was just the timing wasn't right to go in March. So I get a phone call and and got a pitch, and they had said who it was yet that might be able to interview. And I kept thinking my head if it's anybody but tiger. I'm going to say, no because I yes, I do not want to go back to my wife and tell her that cut this short, and it was tiger. Somehow it worked out where I was able to get back in and make the drive up to to Jupiter, but it was a really cool experience. If anything for me because like a lot of a lot of guys my age, we grew up with tiger being the guy. I mean, there was a whole reason why we started playing golf in the first place. So to sit down with him. I think was was kind of surreal, but it came at a time where you could kind of tell that tiger was starting to soften a little bit. He was opening up. I I think this is my opinion. I think he's the best interview golf right now. Wow. Best interviewing golf talk more about that. Because if you look at the way that tiger used to do press conferences, in the way that he does press conferences now he was very robotic in his answers. They were short into the point. And he didn't really give you a lot. If you go back, and you look at a lot of his recent interviews, you will notice that he gives a whole lot more feels like they are a lot more personal. You can see a little bit into who tiger is. And that's something that we never really saw. We never really saw that side of him. So I think it's great you can tell when he's grateful now. Yeah. I think he's great. He talks about being grateful, but you can tell by what he saying in his interview. So yeah, he was an awesome interview for a quick if only because I think he's a closet year. Nerd, yeah. Oh, totally. I think he shows it off in these little moments. Dylan I were on a shoot recently Integra showing off a little bit of his neuro big deal. Yeah. And it was dropped that in there. Yeah. It was pretty cool though. Because you don't get that you just don't from this guy. I don't know if I'll go as far as you would to say is the best interview in Gulf. I think Rory might be I think Tigers the the most improved. Yeah. You in golf host. And m I probably hands down all throw it that'll be my my hot take for this. They go one of the ways in which you get information. You just do this better than other people as you are one year onto tour, but you're also just keeping track of all the photos that are taken of tour players. You're either truly and Getty, or you're working with the people that you used to be employed by and you're just getting your dialed into the freaking wait that's been added to Rory's putter that was one of your recent tweets. I'm like this guy is out here zoom in on. Hi, rez photos and just knows what Rory's putter looks like any knows what Patrick reads putter looks like, and you probably knows like Russell Hanley's putter and Aaron wise putter and us go down the line. And like this guy has an encyclopedia of these clubs just in the back of his head. Yeah. It's I don't know if that's a good thing or or if it's if little concerts a little concerned, I it's probably a law concerning if you ask them other people. I think for me being able to have really great relationships out onto or especially with the two erupts the guys that work with these players on a week to week basis is huge because when I'm not out there. It's a whole lot easier for me to reach out to them in and get some of these details when when I can't see it for myself. So that helps the Getty part. I make fun of myself all the time on social media now because it is it's a sickness I go to get Monday through Wednesday in all start. Komen. The photos then Thursday rolls around, and I'm verifying that guys have the same club. But they were testing on Tuesday in the bag. I I don't know anybody else who does it to that extent. Do I I like to think of a hard worker? So that that's that's why I go to those levels. But yeah, it's it's just kind of keeping an eye out for for the new gear there. I'm sure there's plenty of stuff that I miss. But the big thing is is that the people that follow myself want to know what the big names. Yeah. There's an appetite. Yeah. There is. Yeah. And so take us through large appetite for it. Yeah. And covering some of this stuff, you know, working in the offseason a year ago. My first real like golf off season in the Gulf media. I was kind of taken by the sort of the drama at all of guys getting signed by new companies. And it's the closest thing that golf has to like the NBA's free agency period so far from that so far from, but it's still kinda fun. It's like, whoa. That's kind of interesting this so and so went to so. And so do you get like jacked up about that? Yeah. I mean, I do and I think more so now than I did in the past. And I think I can. I kind of think Nike for for what happened when when they dropped out of the club side of the industry at the end of two thousand sixteen they had a whole bunch of players that remained for agents. So whereas you've got some guys that are under contract that actually won't even though they're kind of playing out the rest of their deal right now. They can't start putting in new stuff in the bag win win the season rolls over. So that's why you don't see some of these players with new gear Napa because they they can't contractually put that gear in the play until January, but the Nike, but yes, but the Nike guys

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Aside and many of these spaces but they're still tend to thousands of south korean government government's our chewed up and and ready to see whether or not the so life we're speaking with jonathan chang wall street journal bureau chief in seoul south korea best and worst case scenarios here would be what i mean that's great it depends how how realistic you need to be but obviously i think i i think we can hope for a lowering of tensions i think that's pretty much that some language on denuclearization of what kim intends to do or not do a nuclear arsenal that's definitely something that would be great to have a worst case scenario here is typically that there's nothing mentioned on on on the nuclear issue in this joint statements and possibly could lead washington to be more suspect about coming from with with trump and kim they really do want to see some movement by north and they don't want us to be drying out over the course of years previous policy jonathan wall street journal bureau chief jonathan chang from seoul south korea by the way the two leaders have released a joint statement is seems to be just full of news today they have announced that the end of the korean war will officially take place later this year that's about that's about sixty five years after the end of hostilities there will be family reunifications with a liaison office set up in north korea just remarkable stuff here denuclearization has been announced although it's not clear with specifics yet on what exactly that will mean thirteen minutes now after the hour on this morning america's first news.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on KKAT

"You doing today jonathan wall robbed becker ademi on an pipe the knife to meet your over the phone line likewise it's nice to meet you as well sir thanks for coming on the show and her back jonathan i liked it is stop in here real quick what's the question is what is money and what is cryptocurrency how would you describe those things well i thank you wanted money is a great question and when you look at what's been you there's money over the ages from iraq to shell could could tall that was paid to roman soldiers that the root of our words fowleri two gold to paper money and now to digital currency what makes good money is really the care about eight characteristics uh dead when you have it you've got a real good money one is that it's generally accepted two is durable does all it wasn't so great uh it's divisible um it's stable and it's not fluctuating substantially with time it's transportable that's part of the problem with gold is gets heavy to turn around its stairs it's easily recognisable and it's difficult to counterfeit uh and you know when you think of the us dollar and meets most of those uh characteristics short coin which is a new digital currency that's cryptographic we secure uh meets those characteristics really well so i think when you ask what is money i think it is something that people will accept in the willing to barter four art for value and then i have these other characteristics let let me let me jumping really quick nancy quick question so you know uh i have a pretty extensive background in in the financial world and i don't know much about bitcoin at all so let's say somebody came to.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Try and pick it out before it uh gets airborne does this latest missile wants jonathan change thing the grand scheme of things well what the real question i mean uh what north korea successfully thought i think it was just the third icbm leave cost from prompting global outrage and uh new sanctions against the two uh what have so far been a pretty ho hum kind of response here uh us president donald trump was pretty restrained in his remarks you know the usual sort of condemnations from the united nations and calls for uh the security council to meet again but that's all stuff that we expected in previous pre icbm missile watches and so if they manage to normalize an icbm and make it something that's just conventional and team that you could say that they've advanced in some ways next jonathan wall street journal reporter jones to jiang the bureau chief in seoul south korea becker washington publicans or a step closer to changing the complicated tax laws two key senate republicans bob corker of tennessee and susan collins of maine yesterday expressed optimism about supporting the bill and the senate budget committee passed it by twelve eleven vote along party lines it could get a vote by the full senate later this week if it passes you'll have to be reconciled with a tax overhaul measure that passed the house lots of good things are gonna happen including the bringing back to our country it probably will end up being over four trillion dollars money offshore that's stagnant that companies and they're just not able to bring it back president trump by the way will be pushing his tax reform message in missouri today the senate tax bill would lower the corporate tax rate from 35 to twenty percent repeal the alternative minimum tax and lower individual rates it would also increased budget deficits by one point four trillion dollars over a decade investors like the news stocks rallied to push the dow industrials up two hundred fifty six points to.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Trump faitaccompli to be fun quitter um i think they are in the background and i think it definitely straining relations between pyongyang and washington at off ball back uh bat treatment of us ben leaving who is back up you know that's really leave things very the drouin very truly bopping home for a lot of american for whom on korea one hundred than land on the part of the planet you've got their money here your college kid who haven't back bad basically of amoco amendment i p they fighter and now you've got no created potentially able to read and what how whipped with look a long way metal so you know if he far away but it really is connecting ng back home and you know i think you're gonna be pressure domestically in the us for more punishment on north korea links jonathan wall street journal reporter jonathan chang with us today from seoul south korea president trump leaves today for a series of overseas meetings with world leaders among them a face to face with russian president vladimir putin we get more from this morning's mike gavin the two will lead friday afternoon in a group of twenty summit in hamburg germany than what the white house yesterday began describing as a bilateral session rather than casual likely to be top of mind more broadly the successful launch of an intercontinental missile by north korea national security adviser h r mcmaster expects china to use more of its coercive power with north korea about the wall street journal says none of mr trump's meetings is likely to command as much attention as his city down with mr putin gordon they could mike mr trump by the way will first stop in poland's and then head to hamburg for the twoday summit of g twenty leaders european leaders have signalled they are prepared to confront mr trump over on america first doctrine they see as harmful to both free trade and the environment.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"You know the the new cycle if roe at one here on the korea than that highway had long enough without precedent in washington we habit i could be unpack uh we've had trump couple of different dipping on twitter uh you know i think it they are in the background and i think it definitely straining relations between pyongyang and washington a off ball fat on vat treatment of us fed leading to a back up you know that really leave things the throw in very israeli bopping homecourt what marican for whom on korea what got hold of it the land on the other side of the planet you've got the pure your college kid who haven't back bad basically in the annacone batman vajpyee they fighter and now you've got no create a potentially able to reach the what coat whipped with with a longrange missile so you know if he would try far away but it really is the connecting back home and you know i think you're going to pressure the mathematically in the us for more on a strength on north korea chris jonathan wall street journal reporter jonathan chang with us today from seoul south korea president trump leaves today for a series of overseas meetings with world leaders among them a face to face with russian president vladimir putin we get more from the sporting's mike gavin the two will meet friday afternoon in a group of twenty summit at hamburg germany they want the white house yesterday began describe as a bilateral session rather than casual likely to be top of more broadly the successful launch of an intercontinental missile by north korea national security adviser h r mcmaster expects china to use more of its coercive power with north korea but the wall street journal says none of mr trump's meetings is likely to command as much attention as his sit down with mr putin gordon thank you mike mr trump by the way will first stop in poland and then head to hamburg for the twoday summit of g twenty leaders european leaders have signalled they are prepared to confront mr trump over on america first doctrine they see as harmful to both free trade and the environment.

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"jonathan wall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan wall" Discussed on KTRH

"You know the the new play michael if roe at one here on korea in that time we've had long you know without precedent if washington we have i could be i'm pat we've had trump couple of dipping on twitter uh you know i think it they are in the background and i picked effectively straining relations between pyongyang and washington a both at of vat treatment of us leaving who had that you know that's really made things very patrol and very it's really about home for a lot of american per whom north korea what orlando me of the five of the planet you've got the 22yearold college kid who have a back bad basically in a coma than if you they fighter and now you've got no create potentially able to re a wet coat with look a long way medical so if he was far away but it really is the connecting back home and you know i think you're gonna focus he pressure domestically in the us for more on a spent on north korea chris jonathan wall street journal reporter jonathan chang with us today from seoul south korea the president trump leaves today for a series of overseas meetings with world leaders among them a face to face with russian president vladimir putin we get more from this morning's mike gavin the two will meet friday afternoon in a group of twenty summit at hamburg germany they what the white house yesterday began describe as a bilateral session rather than casual likely to be toppled by more broadly the successful launch of an intercontinental missile by north korea national security adviser h r mcmaster expects china to use more of its coercive power with north korea but the wall street journal says none of mr trump's meetings is likely to command as much attention as his sit down with mr putin gordon thank you mike mr trump by the way will first stop in poland's and then head to hamburg for the twoday summit of g twenty leaders european leaders have signalled they are prepared to confront mr trump over on america first doctrine they see as harmful to both free trade and the environment.

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