17 Burst results for "Jordan Johnson"
"jordan johnson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"That the category that Patrick Mahomes is playing in and could. Win Is the most beloved athlete. He's. So solid. He's such a good guy. He's signing a ten year deal and saying look. I'm going to. This sounds funny like it's a hometown discount. Right? I'm GONNA give you the ten year half million have a billion dollar deal to stay here, but he's all about the winning and the playing, and what can be put around him wants to stay in Kansas City. All of that I think of a guy like Derek jeter his. He's in that category. Steph Curry, guys, guys, who ultimately even the opposing team's admire respect, and this is where it really goes off the rails with Jordan Johnson didn't have that nice factor. Didn't love Jordan. Now you're talking feared and respected Jordan. Mahomes just isn't in that category. Is that type of dude and so but I believe that if he continues on the path that he's on? That, he's GonNa have that unique ability to win to win big to do things in the clutch that you just come to believe in and doing it in a way where you're not even mad at him. Because you just you'd Meyer the you Meyer, the person behind the accomplish the. Listed all those guys and they all look up to Jordan Sohail Nah I ain't GonNa Happen. The craziest thing is we consume sports differently. We're when Jordan played. Not only do. We only have like three channels, but we watched it. We Watch first quarter. Second Quarter had to suffer two commercials. Now People Watch Games on twitter, but literally watching the game in the middle of a look at receiving. Attention they're not focused. When I was a kid we had to. We have to get up to change the channel. And you had to walk to the TV..
"jordan johnson" Discussed on WTVN
"There have been increasing attempts to use the criminal justice system as a political weapon what happened to the president in the two thousand sixteen election I threw out the first two years of his administration was apartment it was a grave injustice and it was unprecedented in American history we saw two different standards of justice merge one that applied to president trump and his associates and the other that applied to everybody else we can't allow this ever to happen again the Germans instigation is trying to get to the bottom of what happened two sets of justice one for trump and everybody else and trump and his friends and associates of one for everybody else we see the use of the criminal justice system we now weaponizing that and what happened to candidate trump and then deep into the first two years of his presidency was apparent a grave injustice on the president and then he goes in to explain what the dorm invest it criminal investigation is all about he's he's already said it this is not about a report this is about they are now involved in a criminal investigation in this case now a lot is happening because you have simultaneous investigations got Grassley and Johnson they're doing their investigation June third now Lindsey Graham is preparing subpoenas for call me for clapper for Brandon and for others and other people within the Obama Biden administration politico is point that pointed out today is preparing to ask his colleagues for blanket permission to subpoena dozens of Obama officials connected to the investigation of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election Graham is seeking the authority to demand testimony documents from figures involved in the launching of the Russian investigation another words operation crossfire hurricane including Attorney General Lynch of former national intelligence director clapper former CIA director Brennan former FBI director call me and I'm sure there will be others Graham also wants authorization to subpoena current former figures involved in that investigation led by the special counsel Robert Muller and that would include the deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein and the current FBI director Christopher Wray now Graham what he's doing would allow him to subpoena former FBI director Andrew McCabe former FBI officials Lisa page and Peter Strzok you know we get to them we're getting to the bottom of it I'd add Sally Yates and I'd add Susan rise to the list a media at Lee right now for those that want Biden and Obama are to be called well we get to that point we'll deal with that at the time that's those are not the first people you call those would be the last people you want to talk to for a lot of obvious reasons now and it also looks like the recently released evidence as it relates to that that Obama's FBI not only ambush railroaded destroyed general Flynn's life like we now know they ruined George Papadopoulos is right about life like they really rolling Carter page's life general Flynn's life and everybody Roger stone's life in Paul Manafort's life and congressman Jim Jordan and congressman Mike Johnson they said where where's where's director Wray director ray had a deadline is six PM yesterday he declined to respond to their may fourth letter seeking information and interviews with key FBI officials after these revelations in the Clinton case well no FBI agents should ever be asking what's our goal here is to to get an admission is it to get them to live so that we can prosecute them or get them fired that's not the role of anybody in any department of justice that's not the role of an FBI special agent that's not the role of anybody on the seventh floor of the FBI director Wray declined to respond to their request and now they are writing directly which is interesting Jordan Johnson wrote an extraordinary letter to the FBI agent who participated in this January twenty fourth White House interview this guy's name is Joe Panik I don't he's a prince teak out something anyway he was there as part of this ambush interview with general Flynn and fox news by the way determined that this guy also was intimately involved in the probe of former trump aide Carter page one thing we did glean from the document dumps is the original three oh two and what do we find out that original three oh two that has been missing for ever well we found out that things likely changed a lot they didn't think he was lying for example and when he gave the answer of of the calls as it relates to this Russian Kislyak well we know that the incoming now new NSA director general Flynn and said I remember the call I don't remember exactly whether we talked about sanctions are not that's not a lie that's called an honest statement and they didn't think he was lying that's where this judge Emmet Sullivan comes in it's such an outrage because both sides now see the injustice and fundamental unfairness and how it was sand bag and I was lifers were owned and then they made him lie to save his son from being investigated and likely going to jail himself and what part of that Emmet Sullivan doesn't understand I will never know and there's a new filing by the way by city Powell today all right summers here and look a summer like no other so many ways our friends at Shah mon the they are celebrating.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Listen, let's skip to cut number four. He talks about Anthony Pettus than being the real main event you'll see to forty one it's the main event, they're going to call it the comb any man, but that's the degrading should they do to me because they don't want they don't want. No, no lover no points go my way, 'cause it's. It's not it's not navy. Be you'll see it's Napier's bursts year. Sear UC burst Navias for some reason. So it's like I'm just going to be what I got to do to keep mine to keep moving forward sitting on the sidelines like doubt I doubt. We'll fuck them. I, I don't need to find nobody in its if you getting gimme, no love. Okay. Look points, go to the champions, but there are stars that get points like Connor trust me. He's gonna get either a flat salary or he's gonna get some version of a point system, based off the papers that are sold. Now they have this whole different thing. You know it's all through. Yes PM, plus some sure the UC's headed negotiate a different way. But I don't think he deserves to be the main event. Honestly, the main event is well I take it back. Well, for sure, not the main in the main event is DC, rest- Komi. Sure. Okay, if you wanna say, you and Pettit, surpri, the more popular bigger marquee fight than costumers, Romero. You probably talk me into that one, but as far as the whole point system, he man, it's, it's not what you're worth. It's what you negotiate go in there and say, this is what I'm worth get your number. But trust me you keep winning. Or if you win belts you're going to get paid a lot more. So just go for that. So simply quesion goes to showed me, the video does look like maybe it's a slap in, but be returns a kick, similar to pollyanna Artem, right? A little bit. All right. You got to quick break. You're listening to the radio on fight nation channel one fifty six. When we come back. We'll be talking to Jordan Johnson the first of our three guests here on the enemy junkie radio show. They were -ducted by aliens in instantly returned for rating. All this knacks. They are gorgeous George and goes. And this is m e junkie radio. All right. We're back. Track down. Jordan Johnson financer. Whatever we're going to keep marching on here and Kelly's long as she's not on her cell. We'll track them down force. Man. She's always on her cell, either. I mean she think so non stop. Neiman, greasy is also going to be a guest of ours goes, and I'm anxious, I this is a guy that I just can't believe the turnaround..
"jordan johnson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Jordan Johnson is here, and she's an actress and teacher, and she and her husband win Mander have been, you know, Shakespeare, people long-time kick decided guys theater down and in other guys were doing the the Henry series as well. Right. All the Henry's down down in all McCarthy, but you are also teacher'd Albuquerque kademi now the foundation is not associated with your teaching right? Not associated with school. With school at whatsoever. So, but she's now part of the because he has nothing to do New Mexico speech and debate foundation, and they have an event where they can raise some money because there's a lot of kids who are good in in New Mexico pantley, but can't afford to travel essentially, we have teachers at end up paying for kids trips to nationals out of their own pocket. And that's just the benefits. I mean, we're not overstating the benefits of doing. These kind of things is is exposure is the is you learn a lot about topics because you have to research topics have to learn how to research topics, and then, you know, organize and all that. So if kid is a good baiter, and and as successful debate win some lose them participates. That's good on the college resume, right? I application whatever they call it. Absolutely. It's one of the best things that you can do. I think to prepare yourself for college. It really does this skill set league. You're talking about. I mean, even just the this year improvement in your ability to research and not only that bit to creatively research rate until to look at a question and not just the most direct path, but to to see it for all of its intricacies and to be able to to support, you know, your intuition with that. And then, you know, they organize they organize our ideas. So thoroughly and so- intuitively by the end. It's it's a really beautiful process. Not to mention that there's incredible scholarships available to speech and debate kids, and it's just a and the interview skills, right? Go for an interview, you know, your your is down to five finalists, you know, to get into whatever school, you prefer you go in and you can just nail this crap in your sleep because you know, you've been doing it on stage in front of big audiences, and you know, been put on the hot seat. Maybe lost a few. Maybe maybe somebody's bested U a debate. Maybe you know, maybe you didn't quite have your stuff together. And somebody had a better argument. It's still good experience helps you settle your nerves too. I think that losing what in the most important things you can do. Sometimes, you know, I think that that understanding that the world doesn't end because you didn't Cheever the goal. The exact way the exact time you wanted to. You know, it helps you it helps you be okay and yourself in in whatever situation, you find yourself in or so here's my questions. I made a list. If you're in a good at this. So you take your kids, and you've prepared your your kids, and you know, you have a bolt gender fluid genders, and and a range of ages and backgrounds and all that kind of stuff. And then he go to to Texas and the judge gonna vary, and there's going to be prejudiced, and there's going to be old pissed off judges. And you know, they do the things that way they do. That's the way we've always done it. And you do it a little bit differently because you're a little bit younger and more progressive that ever happen every weekend. We're going to Kentucky tomorrow morning. It's gonna be fun. We're going to Kentucky. I got a girl Duca where you going. Lexington. Lexington which is actually kind of an injury town, very gorgeous. But what do you think about the schools that are going to be coming to compete, right? Because a lot of us choose where we can compete based on where it's less expensive to arrive. Poorly about anybody. There's a lot of Mississippi people. And I you know, I got a lot of kids with them firm opinions strong opinions, but we've coached him to speak them gracefully. This does happen. Kids kids it straight. So I was like about he's kind of confusing lingo, straight winds. Kids get first place in every single round. They went every single round. And then, you know, they get a judge just says why does this matter to white people six because they're topic is about you know, has saying before how we treat immigrants in this country. And it's I mean, it's just straight up. Why would this matter to me if I'm white six six place last place in the round? And it's you know, it's interesting, and I think it's a great lesson for kids to learn to that like just because somebody says that doesn't mean that you stop talking about what you care about. And actually, we ended up editing. One of those speeches to directly address that question, which I thought was really interesting breathe toys for that student in a really good strong reaction and healthy one too. You know, so how does video work in all this? Do you shoot all the kids? Do you? Do you train with no video all the kids? Do you train with it? So so you can look back at yourself. And because the world the world is a dangerous place the opposed to that kind of stuff. Tricky tricky. So at nationals every final round is videoed, and that's all available through the NCAA website. It's actually pretty cool. I mean, like if you guys are, you know, listening to this and thinking man, I I wish I could see some of this action. What is it? Dot com and as D A dot com. Around videos talk faster than I. And as the dot com. So you can see, you know, former past contestants winner. Yeah. And and that's a pretty incredible experience. Because by the time, you're at the final round in nationalist. You know, it's hosted Hugh mentioned center, but on a local the local level. I don't know the level. It's not we videotape a lot sometimes training will will videotape a kid because everybody's got these habits, and they don't know they're doing and you say stop stop doing that stop doing like, I'm not doing it. And it's like all right. Look this video has that's doing it. But I also find it these kids have you know, speech vacates are so great, and they want still there. So I'm bishops and sometimes I think we can be our own harshest critics. So we try not to do too much videotapes it, you know, they can they can really focus on the experience of learning and improving as too right? Right. I mean, obviously. That's going to be a big part of it is you don't have to be perfect. No, no have to do your best. Yeah. Boys girls are better. Girls are probably better. Well, it's interesting smarter in every way right now, the top five orders in the country are all men, boys. They're all boys. We're hoping to change that soon. Has in the people on my team specifically. That Soon Kit up there. But there are so what an interesting you're talking about extemporaneous, speaking earlier rate there used to be men's extent in boys, extending girls extent, and they would ask the boys the same kind of questions do now, you know, questions about politics questions about economics. And then they'd ask the girls. Like, should we keep homework? What's the best ice cream flavor? I'm probably you know, know, the difficulty, but it was certainly there certainly names pros and cons. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you're you must only only care about AB names. But it's it's been an interesting time to see that landscape change. It wasn't too long ago. We actually just had the first. African American female debate champion within the last five years for policy debate. That was a that was an incredible experience. It was a standing ovation. I was crying. Everybody is currently two thousand people and convention center. Just you know, really really feeling that experience. It's amazing how how many bridges are left across. But right now, I think actually New Mexico is dominated spin specifically, New Mexico. I think has a is a little bit female dominant. They're out. I don't know if you've seen, but there's about eight like Ted talk link of of the young lady name is Greta thune Bergen and they'll climate girl from from Europe. And she's sixteen years old now. But you know, if your students could watch her I mean, she's the she's the opinion of genuine sheets got issues. She has she has asked burgers autistic. She has trouble smiling. She says I cannot I can I can only speak when it really matters to me. And I it's in it's impossible for me, not to tell the truth. So she has these issues, but when you watch her speak, it is I mean, it is straight from the heart and as genuine as you can get. Absolutely. She's she's kind of a cool example for young people. There are a lot of really amazing examples out there right now for kids in terms of not just using their voices. But finding out that they matter, you know, when I was a kid Nickelodeon was always saying like, you know, every person has like outdo Earth Day. But, but you didn't experience that you know, you were told that, but you didn't get to experience that. And I think this generation has a lot of really incredible and inspiring heroes near the parkland kids, parkland kids credit their ability to speak, so fluently, and confidently and compassionately to their experiences in theater and speech and debate speech into one hundred percent it teaches you how to have the Kate for the issues that you care about because it helps you learn about what those issues are in both sides of name, you know. Well, I will help out I may not be able to attend, but I will donate. Thank you. If you want to people want, if you want to donate go the website, if he wanted to, you know, donate a wonderful piece of art that they can auction off in the silent auction to raise money for for young people here high school age people here in New Mexico. So they can they can feel the value of learning. How to organize and talk and advocate. It's it's magical. It's like doing theaters like being a good musician. You know, it is that that value that it, you know, the depth texture that it has people's lives. Once again, your website, WWW dot N, M, S D, F dot org and D F New Mexico speech and debate foundation. All right. And why the podcast up after the show? You wanna share it with people? Yeah. Please do on Facebook Jourdain's entire pitch today. You can do that. Kirmani? Maybe look with a husband, especially though. Forty eight minutes after three. Right back to the Richard each show voice of Santa Fe here on KTAR. See Santa Fe's news talk leader. 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"jordan johnson" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"He was in the very end of high school, and he speaks to a friend of his who is a night of American and this guy, Jordan just is very uncomfortable about this. And he says all I I know what this is and make you been. Cursed and Moxley all come on. This is this is just ridiculous. It's like, no, you gotta take this seriously. This is really bad. You have to take the seriously you've been cursed. But I know exactly what to do to some various supernatural properties about this skull. And we need to do something about it. And so because of it happening once it's unusual happening twice. It kinda made might go. Okay. Yep. I'm gonna listen to this guy. So they decide to go camping. And they go out camping the tech the skull. And Jordan Johnson performing this ritual whip basically he puts a skull on the ground and he pulls out this tree. This kind of he said, it's like a sagebrush, but he said moly feet than that. And there's wind. There's just a rob to that of Noah and his oldest wind that swirling around them and just kind of going crazy and Mike starts going to Jordan. There's no way. That's that's gonna lie because he's got a lot. And he's trying to sit fi- to this Bush, and it's just not lining at all. And nothing's happening. When all of a sudden when he thinks that it's just not gonna do anything this tree this branch of of leaves explodes. I could just goes up in this big pillar of. Blue file, and he puts the the faint of flaming branch down top of the skull. And he starts yelling out into the wind in something in Neta who and for Marc, it's incredibly unusual. It's so far from his his realm of experience. It isn't that what what to make of this? And so this happens and Jordan says to him. Yup. Absolutely. You're cursed. But hopefully this ritual solve this problem. And what we need to do. Now is we'll go and camp and we'll come back in the morning. And when we come back in the morning, if the is still here, you're going to be okay. If the skull isn't he well, pretty screwed. That's that's it. So, you know, actually, okay. That's that's our problem. So my goes to the camp spot with Jordan, and I start camping underneath this little bluff. But when they do as that they they said something is nearby. There's another they're not sure what it is. But this something around, and it starts trampling over the top of them. The in this bluff, and they said this bluff is about fifteen Fateha and the camping underneath it. And they said whatever it is is on top. The bluff, and it's trampling around making large amounts of noise. Much like the skin Walker in the story with Amelia, so Mike decides because he doesn't believe that it's a skin Walker or whatever even Jordan's like you shouldn't go up there. Just leave it alone. Monk says, no, no, no. I'm going to go up there. I'm going to find out what it is. So I'm actually going to play you the audio. Now, this is Mike himself describing what happens when he goes up onto the top of this bluff, let's take a listen, we're below a little fifteen foot block rock kind of had no rain. We were camping inside of and weird something up on top walked around. And so I went up to see what it was. And I was up there and I wash looked around and sat down and was for a while. Just examining enjoying the countryside. Samp? There's any thought was wildlife, maybe deers and. Nothing happened. So I stood up. And he asked me from down there healed task I seen being all now, I'm gonna just gonna come back down on everything up. Here is probably. Or something and. Crazy because he asked me that. And so I turned it was looking at him. And I turn back as soon as I was talking to him as soon as I turned. I felt like I got a buck by back here and. I kind of you know, swat it added stone, but I figured it was just like a beer something deer. Fly. And so I went down there and a little while air just start aching kinda throw them. And so I asked him to see if there's sting around my neck..
"jordan johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Jordan johnson. Eddie Jackson shin injury kept him off the practice field. But Matt Nagy called it simply a maintenance day and one we're on the subject of the head coach of panel of AP writers named Jim the best coach in the NFL, thus far that kind of stuff I it goes to the individual worker for everybody. I think to me when you hear something like that, especially as a head coach is speaks to who. We are. You know? I mean, that's when you hear an award like that, you you. You get humbled by appreciate it. But it's all about everybody in this building. It's about two players. And so that's pretty cool for them and get the sense Nagy's going to pick up some hardware when all of a sudden done this season leads his bears against the Packers Sunday with a chance to win the NFC north nine AM, pre-game noon. Kickoff here on WBZ 'em. It's not exactly Bryce Harper or Manny Machado, but James McCann will have to do for now. Socks needed a backup catcher got one. And the veteran who spent the first five years of his career with the Tigers while his defense will help the young pitching staff. He did not hit well last year to twenty to sixty seven on base percentage. The move will not stop the White Sox pursued a big time. Free agents, though, GM Rick Hahn caution being the highest bidder doesn't mean being the big winner sometimes factors beyond money factor into these things whether it's location, whether it's wife's family location, which I heard about from someone the other day on smaller age of free agent and family preference. Spring training all sorts of factors that come into this decision at the end SOX have already met with Harper though. At least at this time that we know they made him an offer yet. They are expected to be with Machado. Zach levin. Now doubtful for tomorrow's game at San Antonio. After an MRI an ankle your pop late last night and the game in Mexico City. And there is word the bolts are shopping Jabari Parker who's out of Jim Boylan. Rotation. The Blackhawks got some pop back in their game with that rare victory the other night and they go for two in a row against win. The big at the United Center tonight, though, yon Rueda is in Rockford after he cleared waivers and his two point three million dollars salary to on your home of the bears. George off the news NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM..
"jordan johnson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Here comes George. Hello. Jordan Johnson fighting. Discuss the voters. Look we talk about lowering the bar walk into. Yeah. In a bar fight with what is happening. Parents had his phone out. He was looking for he doesn't he is absolute I'm anti this guy. Because the guys like, hey, George. I don't know what happens before George is going to fight me know gonna find me and the phones out. Yeah. So he's filming George and he's like, hey, my buddy, George, I know he was bothering him before it is table. He didn't look like he fought. I don't think he clocked him in the face or anything. He just I think he grabbed his phone. And then there was a scuffle or something like that. But I don't know sometimes I feel like probably angry and probably had one or two else. And rightly so I mean, listen can't. I mean, George Lopez isn't Brad Pitt. But like can't Lee celebrities to maybe not to you. Everybody's somebody's spread. I feel like maybe he just wanted to have dinner and peace or hang out at hooters in peace. He's a very nice guy. He's always very cordial at his house. So yes. What what what circumstances led to you hanging out at George Lopez is he? Which is beautiful by the way, he has an amazing. Casa. Beverly Hills every has an annual party, and I got invited one year my friend used to be at an executive on his show. So she invited me and. And his show was good. That was a good fit. Like wasn't that a good family show? I as far as I remember from what I it's of funny. Yeah. I think it was like family come. All right. We're going to take a break here heat. The Herzog is here. Bill lovely is here. This is Tom shillue. We'll be right back. Become a lunatic. Call Tom shillue now. Eight three three eight five two four eight six six. Do.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"A sports entertainment. That's my thought today guys take it easy. Background, Dan Hooker. I'm a big in Hooker fan, man. I love that guy love. Obviously, he's a fantastic fighters, also credible analyst, man. He does a lot of bring stuff if you're not familiar with the checkout, his YouTube channel, he's he's a great analyst. Man, he does a great job breaking down film and Gregor Gillespie. Good shot out there. Man. I think that the future, man, he's the truth. I will say this with Jordan Johnson, I didn't see the interview you're talking about. So I would like to see it. I wasn't Russia. Jordan Johnson did pick up a very, very impressive win there. And afterwards he admitted, he's like, listen, you know, this is the last fight on my contract. I, you know, I felt some pressure coming in. I, I did kind of put some, you know, I risked my future basically kind of bet on myself that I would win here. He's ten and including four Nolan, the UFC three decisions. But I will say, I, I do wonder, you know, when you say he, they're not willing to pay me the money on worth. That's the interesting. That's the interesting argument, right? I mean, the money that I'm worth, you know, I, I love the sport. I mean, we just talked about how hard core we are men in the sport has has taken up my life for the better part of twenty years man. It's it's. It's it's what I live in breed, but there is an argument sometimes about what I wish every fighter was incredibly wealthy man. You think about the sacrifices. I mean, we see daily basis the lifestyle. They have to live what they do, man. It's tough, but when you say what I'm worth, if you're let's say, you know he's four, no. So let's say start out ten and ten. He's probably getting a three and three jump. We didn't see Moscow pay reports, but I'm going to guess he was probably at an eighteen to eighteen or twenty and twenty type range. I'm guessing somewhere in there did Jordan Johnson generate forty thousand dollars worth of revenue for the UFC did forty thousand dollars. Tickets gets sold to see Jordan. Johnson fight to forty thousand dollars worth of merchandise, get sold in relation to Jordan Johnson, forty thousand dollars with, you know, then you can argue with the TV deals, you know, you are part of the TV package. So maybe you are you there, but that's that's the question. I think that's what people have to realize. You're right. It's a tough equation. Man because winning should be enough, but it. But it's. Not. That's not what's come to the forefront of me Connor McGregor. When when you talk about why he's such a superstar, it's not like, oh, man, I think he's just is you. Jitsu is phenomenal, man, and you know, I, it's not that it's the Bragg dose. Oh, it's the, it's the the, the the way, handle the self at the press conference. The way he does interviews, that's what people tune in for data, what generates revenue. So that's where you have to remember when people start getting into pay arguments. I do want to remember minute think about it as a business operator, man as a business operator, ruining profits and losses. And you talk about what a fighter is quote unquote worth. You gotta think about what are they generating terms revenue. That's what they're worth, what they're worth is what they generate, and sometimes foresee winning just isn't enough bite. Surf dancer, yeah, that that that pretty much puts the whole thing. And just on my end, I'm a huge Hooker fan. I follow all the websites. I do everything we're doing about end and Dan. Great to don't get me wrong and and Gillespie's a beast. But George, are we getting close to where we need to do our? I got to be the bad guy. We gotta jump in and do a break here, so we'll continue, you know, continue taking calls. I think we'll be able to slip some in after the Brooks enemy, but we got to be on time. So let's take a quick break. You're listening to remain junkie radio on fire nation, channel. Eighty three stay close. We back with Wilbur oaks..
"jordan johnson" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"And I was like, all women's, you're their owner them, and your guys is engagement was so freaking cute and heartfelt and authentic that. May or may not have squeeze out a tear, but don't worry. It's never you never gonna see it on TV because they cut me on the entire show anyways. So my my question is to you, crystal, did you expect that or did you think he was going to be like, let's see how things are going to work out their words in the real world. You know, I didn't know because we were in the same Assisi, crippling he goes, I want you to know that if applicable happens, it's me thing. I want this. I want you to know that like. Okay. And I was really nervous because I mean both of us had talked about especially early on relationships, how commitment scary and like never lived with them before, like met, you know. Having a commitment that Syrian. Honestly, marriage is something I know if I ever wanted to because I didn't have. Really any role model for successful partnership. So I like kinda felt like I d like the aunt alone, Chris, my talk about this a lot, and it was the night before the proposal when I was like an interviews and I kinda hit me that. Like going to the me and I didn't. Wanna was Chris, and I think I realize if he didn't propel what that would be really disappointed because I wanted him to know and everyone in the world, but I'm committed relationships and like I'm here for the long haul. So when he could tended to break up with me. Yeah. I mean money now. Right. Jordan Johnson, they're going to get married next paradise. Would you guys down for a paradise wedding. I know for a fact, we've definitely started to discuss what we want in a wedding and being the sand with no shoes. Definitely. It's something we want. Now it's in paradise that could be a possible opportunity or if it's an beautiful vacation area where we just want family and friends that might be in a discussion too. So as far as right now, and I think they buddy, you're gonna agree to this that we definitely want to be. We definitely want our feet in the sand when we not. I have to worry about not being there anything other than good food and wine. So it's not to take care of that. We'll see what happens. I can wine if you guys need me. How better be there? We'll wedding just a little bit better. I promise you that. I think what everybody out there listening has been waiting for for this whole podcast with you. This whole segment. Are you definitely going to get married? Are you gonna do this thing. I'm definitely we're definitely getting married. No doubt in my mind. And I say that with authorization because when I proposed to her and let her know this, that I only believe in getting down on one knee once and I did this for us of the clock unit because there was a moment where we were dancing in that water on that one on one day, and I looked into her eyes and all I saw was the fact of forever. And knowing that I developed a best friendship with her in paradise. She is someone that I never wanted to lose. And that's the main reason why I on one the poster that's baby. Yeah. I mean, we're, we're all in the last time I ever want to hear that. Sweet, and yet I must speak for the thousands and thousands of people listening that are like they knew each other for three weeks. Like is there a little Kuku nece to that a little bit? We'll have you met him. Yeah, maybe. So I talked to my mom about this when I got back and I said, but we were there from day one and from day one all the way for the end, I think over twenty something days that you're together, knowing that we conducted on the second day, the amount of time that you spend with someone with not having distractions with not having anyone interrupt you and really getting to know them for who they are. And I mean, not much quality time, I believe is equivalent to maybe six months year dating in the real world..
"jordan johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That I think that come into it, so and like you said. I think you've got to see what kind of personnel, you have on, the bench to replace that person when you look down, adventure benching, you no no no just don't don't. Foul. Yeah I mean in the you know it it is? What it is there's a lot, of control on those kinds of situations and especially Especially when his first, year when he kind of, had his, right tag team yeah where he just threw team together at the last minute you. Just gotta play what you've got and you don't have. A lot of confidence in what you. Got sitting on a man I mean that first year of Giovan Maureen. Got, four thousand the first, half they probably should have just left like there's no point taking your way out yeah if you're losing. McCain either gonna fall out with you know, three, minutes, left their first half. Or. With eighteen twenty one in the second, half so it's not gonna. Make that much of a difference I think there's a lot of Depends on the type. Of player because like if you took a say weren't. Dwayne Morgan was still here yes He's going to feel like that's going to happen you've got to get guided average data gain he's gonna foul like you've, got to get him out, of the game because, he's going, to pick up his third and probably his fourth if. You wait for man but like for example last year like Jordan Johnson didn't pick up a lot of fouls so. Jordan. Johnson was a guy you could probably trust to leave. In, the game wouldn't pick up his third foul yeah so it sort of depends on what, type of player actually I. Mentioned Dwayne Morgan but I should've mentioned him, back Jong, because remember we spent a couple of years Dwayne Morgan in trouble always, leading the mountain west and fouls per forty minutes his worst season at UNLV in terms. Of fouls, per forty minutes was seven point one in Becky John last, year eight, point six so like if you remember your thought, process of how. Bad Dwayne Morgan was in terms of fouling all. The time right worse somehow he's worse than. That so like this year people want him back Jong like start they like you might be the starting center and it's like all right, you're going to get eight, minutes out of them, in the, first half and then he's on the bench with two. Or three thousand and that's how it is so yeah I'm Becky Jong actually worse than Wayne.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on KTRH
"Jordan johnson in his book twelve rules for life mentioned that you should not be a beast of burden find a way to make money when you're not working should find the way to steal something other than your own time you should not be bridal ridden for your food good book ramone's dad ramone's dad told him that if our show was any better it wouldn't be as good we've been pondering on that because that's a pretty deep thing to say i mean you know when your dad drops that one on you stop thinking about it he said if y'all shows any better it wouldn't be as good what do you think about that he said i had to write that down because i was afraid i'd i wouldn't be able to remember it all i could think was is so that means that if we improve the show it won't be as good tell your dad we got this one we promise not to get any better that would mess us up let's go to kim and mississippi can you're on the michael berry show go ahead like a good show would have gone straight to ken and you wouldn't have had a delay between not ash show can europe oh thank you sir first of all it's a pleasure talking with you i like what you do and we're definitely the same frequency yes sir by the way i'm calling from mississippi i'm living here now but i'm a texan i'm from victoria texas raised in victoria where do you live in mississippi mississippi coast i have a house that's about six tenths of a mile from the beach okay redneck riviera yeah why it's it's just is.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For being with us jordan johnson cybersecurity reporter for bloomberg news just wanna bring this to you boston scientific now shares up more than ten percent at one point the most is two thousand and eight after striker is reported to have made an approach to the company will give you more information as that develops right now let's head toward ninety nine one studios in washington dc nancy lyons is there with world's national headlines nancy thanks lisa the secretary of state mike pompeo is sounding optimistic about the upcoming summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jon the fact that our two leaders are sitting down face to face is a sign of the enormous potential to accomplish something that will immensely benefit both of our peoples and the entire world president trump believes the kim jong has an unprecedented opportunity to change the trajectory of our relationship and bring peace and prosperity to his country bloomberg's zander national economics and policy correspondent michael mckee says expectations are low though that anything substantial can be accomplished in one meeting if they get along well enough to continue talking and bring the talks down to a level at which something could actually be done then that's good news if they obviously walk out in a huff then that's going to be bad news for the world and for the markets is very unpredictable what is fairly clear and the president has even admitted this is they're not going to reach a deal in a day here to denuclearize the korean peninsula president trump maybe working on patching things up with north korea but he's being criticized for possibly making the situation worse with our allies after a g seven meeting this weekend in canada he yanked the endorsement of the economic agreement the nation side and unleashed a twitter attack on canadian prime minister justin trudeau accusing him a false statements and being weak it followed a news conference held by trudeau in which he reaffirmed his intentions to retaliate against the us for imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum global news twenty four hours a day on air and tech talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries it only takes.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Son jordan johnson has been charged with murder in the shooting death of his fourteen year old friend please say the two teams are robbing a man outside of a convenience store just two days before christmas when they man shot and killed they high school freshman now jordan johnson the son of adrian johnson was charged with murder under the statute that allows a person to be charged with murder if they are participating in a felony that results in death whether or not the person charge actually pull the trigger adrienne johnson the mother says she no way shape or form condone the kind of behavior that landed her judge her son in jefferson county jail not appear that her son is the person that pull the trigger but under the law as i mentioned under felony murder law she's been charged and rather than make an excuse for assigned rather than say he wasn't the shooter rather than say he was in the wrong place at the wrong time they had been influenced by his friend she said this and i'm quoting i'm not an uneducated drug addict always i absent parent i will not make an excuse for my child my son has not been in my home for almost the last two years because i have not ever or will not ever tolerate a child who does not follow direction from an adult my son was educated on the consequences of poor choices and associates was given an opportunity for private school education and lived in a safe insecure environment i have spoken with my son i have told him i am praying for him the way i always have and will continue to do so my heart hurts for my son but also the mother who had to bury her baby i cried when i found out.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The luckily and newsroom gives a quick rundown of what happened in this new store dazzle a dot coms week about um joined johnson jordan johnson is a sixteen year old who is currently in the gypsy county jail on a hundred thousand dollar bond for the murder of a friend rain old who was fourteen years old now he didn't pull the trigger but he still faces the murder charge because he was involved in the shooting he and another person were attempting to rob a convenience store just a few days before christmas in the person they were trying to rob is the one who actually kill the boy but his mother adrian johnson steele says that she does not condone any of the heavier the late up to these circumstances she did her best to raise him until he was fourteen years old then he lift our home because she couldn't tolerate his behavior so she has spoken out in an effort to spare another family from going through the same agony by saying that she was there she tried as appearing by her heart hurts were the mother who had the berry her son original bye kyw your guy she michael billig america i knew to ski okay he came to the show because his mom new one why friends and say that he needed a summit or need some b ralson positive influences and so on my good friend bottom here me uncle above i'm afraid we talked to we talked to him took pictures with them and uh the kia that admit two years ago was memorable say yes or no sir they're very articulate very smart he is now a criminal sixteen he is now in jail for murder in alabama low to my own understanding you if you didn't pull the trigger but you'll with the persent um that ca was committed a crime and that person dies the person you'll you'll held responsible for the murder a 14yearold in a sixty you'll was trying to rob a man the man shot the 14yearold jordan is taking the is taken me out has been charged with murder of his friend.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I really like kenny about this team uh jordan johnson gives them a real legitimate point guard and they really you know all last couple of years they really haven't had that they certainly didn't last year but the trash from the walk he gives them something that they really have been lacking lately and he is almost you know most eight assists per game he scoring almost thirteen per game he's shooting pretty well from the floor good free throw or shooting better than 40 percent beyond on the arc um so he's uh you can do a lot of things out there and the fact they've got this quality point guard there is opening up so much mccoy is benefiting from it mooring is benefiting from it just in the jc transfers benefiting from july really is the real deal and i and he's really help the steam a lot i agree with you because he's guy he's just about eight assists per game and again you need that catalysts chris clyburn conceded i mean these dade got some players is no doubt about it and there's a little bit of depth there in the mortgage playing you know the the first five or you know all over 24 minutes per game uh but then you're getting another you know collective three guys in double digits in minutes so yeah and of course you need than and a couple the big guys are still you know projects but can still give you some vulcan and some rim intimidation when you need it down the stretch so i like this one i think menzies and his staff have to be commended with the recruiting over you know from last year to this year i thought it was going to be a project for awhile added to and but mccoy is such a difference makers such a being arrogant of blue chip recruit like that and they're just go to another guy who is coming in in in the making a quick impact and but i i think the key here was when they got johnson and they got him last year that'd be etheridge hurt but uh i think more of a new he had a point guard he would make this whole thing work so the p it it came together quickly this year and that's what i i it like and.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Then the alternative is always a sort of chaos at it and who the negotiating with or perhaps even worse than that it's boris johnson the current foreign secretary who is even more in favour of a hard brexit if he likes in fact this week physician she's in suddenly looks like theresa may's strong card yeah and it is of an interesting dilemma that her position poses to her for counterparts in in in europe i did read the details of that leak true they of courses is another thing but a did suggests that she went very much a cap in hand to jeanclaude juncker foursome to cutter a break i suppose in in in these talks and and as you say at the brussels and other european capitals will be wondering well if not may will then who i'm an interesting you point out there boris johnson and his penchant for a hard brexit this has he got a pension for hard brexit though or is that all just political positioning and rhetoric to get into the top job will he would he be more pragmatic i wonder where he given the keystone number ten i don't know what i do know is that he is a very divisive figure could work in europe that if you go in as the hall of man then perhaps they will you know respond to that in a positive way but apps i was talking to a campaign during the general election here a few months ago and she was with boris johnson what jordan johnson when he was in london.
"jordan johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Scenario and we're in his role with jordan johnson and this one to me is this me is the most extreme i think like this to me is george johnson could be really good or he could be really bad like to me of all the players this is the one that has the the largest margin but he's also one that we use it i don't think the the window is the the difference is quite as bags because he's one of the few guys that we have seen do it added division one level and he's got a fairly large sample to look back on and to you can personnel meri's you can look at the tape he's a guy that's put a lot of production out there uh as a starter playing heavy minutes of so i mean he's like i don't see him as winging wildly from one way or the other the best or the worst so we'll start with the best all just say this he leaves the nation assist like bestcase scenario for jordan johnson he is number one in the entire country and assist what was the assist leader last year was the allied bringing i just know two years ago he was second in the country and assistant white eight something so george johnson can easily probably average eight again and i could easily end up being the best in the country so that to me is bestcase scenario where he has the most desist emmett country he's playing point guard thirty minutes a night and he's racking up doubledigit double digit assists games every other night or whatever it is where he's having lots of doubled apples where it's eleven in ten something like that so that to me is like bestcase scenario he leads the country insisting he is you know viewed as the best point guard in the mountain west that's a look at a lawns obamas' excess later this year seven point six per game so if jordan johnson has puts if the same number she did as a junior then that that would be that would have been good enough to legally to the country insists this year eric some some soft down bestcase near you have to say you wrote some stuff down you can yes i know but others sons serve a pressing.