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"joshua johnson" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Like it is relatively big for the celtics in terms of. How are you going to figure that out in your your one as a coach. So i'm in. Here's my here's my thing with josh. Richardson is even if you properly incubated. Is it worth doing that when you can just plop in. Let's say honcho. Kind finds stroke back. Might be worth it. Just to play honcho over him like because the way we talk about how you need to set up. Joshua johnson environmentally reminds me of like how people talk about. Like you know a star player like everything has to be just so for richardson. To thrive in. That really can't be too on bali he can't be too off ball it has to be you know. He has to have a pretty rigid set of expectations and at the end of the day. It's josh richardson. And unless you're a top fifty player you're mostly evaluated by how you can play off others. Not exclusively like that. Like you said jordan clarkson as an example. That's a guy who's maybe outside that top fifty echelon but still commands stuff. Being schemed around him in the second unit. But even jordan clarkson feels like a stretch. And i know you weren't comparing them But that's what it comes back for me. And josh like at some point it becomes. It feels like you're just built making josh. Richardson work just to make Dixon work and it's not actually what's best for the basketball team. Yeah no exactly like it's end. Can they find the right balance with this has become worth it and you kind of find that and i think part of it Bringing josh kind of felt like insurance for whether or not things work with with langford andy. Smith i'm definitely i don't want to say higher on one of one or the other like i think naismith just given track record of being healthy like helps him but let's kind of close out talking about those guys because i think they're very i don't wanna say vital for the celtics but like in terms of rounding out the rotation within a look life and how competitive teams going to be having two guys on the wing can come in In and be a part of the system and like because ideally like romeo langford is josh. Richardson like or is like a slightly better version of josh richardson. Like a guy who can cook for mid range because that was was billing coming in. Where are you at with both of them coming into the year. And what are you kind of hoping to see from both amer who have more. You agree that you have more confidence in these coming into the year. I do unless lankford lake.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"Lauren lee smith in my opinion was not a great pick. And did you see how far down the cast your the casting call she is. She's underneath zulema. Which i didn't even see your. that's hilarious. She's not even listed as a star. No and yet. She has all the screen time. Exactly alison windsor. An was chosen as melanie. Rabb to pretty. She's gorgeous. Looks nothing like melanie go. But who wants to talk about that voice acting though good. God i mean did she nailed that shitty accent. What is that accent anyway. To utah and accents are utah is it. you will like salt lake city type. you still live there for a while and yeah very much utah on. I kind of like a lie. I just thought she nailed it. I remember like. I don't know if i was just maybe a few too many yet gin and tonics in the first time i walked but like the second she spoke at that little seen. I was like gasped out. Loud on my. Gosh she that shit. I was impressed. Someone else. I think that got the aesthetic down was joshua johnson who played alex. I feel like maybe. Alex was pretty accurate alex's portrayal from what we know was fairly accurate very yeah. That's what i kind of got from that i think. The biggest disappointment for me castaways and this entire thing. Other than the woodcock i okay. The rest is just atrocious. We have we have the would cox who look nothing like them. They speak nothing like them. They're awful spencer. Lord plays nate eaten and that is just there could not be anyone who looks just further from eaten than who they cast and they work so forgiving and forgiving. That was definitely an upgrade. But not as big of an upgrade as mark blue casse playing chad debacle. Oh my god agreed. It was like frightening to like. They even went out the way to get his little head shot on the back of the book. The movie it was just ridiculous. This entire thing is ridiculous. So let's get into the film itself. I will start with a note that they actually play at the end of the film. Why for the purpose of filmmaking. This note always goes at the end. Erm sorry this note always goes at the beginning and then also again the end typically right like it's usually putting blame this one just like no fan. We're going to let you believe that this is actually true. True true story and no dramatization and just like a little offer thought the end so the very note at the end says while this film is based on a true story certain characters characterizations incidents locations and dialogue were fictionalized or invented for the purposes of dramatization with respect to such fictionalization or invention any similarity to the name or to the actual character or history of any person living or dead or any actual incident is entirely for dramatic purposes and not intended to reflect on any actual character or history. No shit because that is pretty much this movie. Half of it. When they say fictionalized they mean. Fictionalized guys brittany. How about you start us all off and start at the very beginning and like what we witnessed as we push. Play okay so to kick things off. I would say in general this entire movie if you could like summarize the the whole thing. It's almost as if someone gave in. Intelligence bought type thing. All of the east idaho news stories of the day bell case and then told it to spit out script. Because it's a cluster. Faulk you start off opening up in hawaii. It starts off there with nate eating..
"joshua johnson" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"That was a longer than normal intro antonio how you doing man not too bad how you doing today. I'm doing good. That's been a long day. I had to get up early for work. This morning and I didn't sleep last night. But i'm still going amazing so there you go. Yeah it's amazing what you can do with a campaign these days. I didn't even have much caffeine sheer force of well. I like it. Yeah i mean. I'm i okay. I had a little bit of soda early at the day. And then i had any. Since lisa i went to ted's restaurant so tired allies joey target lies. Yeah army scribbled. Not then that much. Okay okay yeah. I think he would have Just been a changing a bit of by workflow here You know we're discussing window managers today. I actually switched to the i three window manager and the reason are probably get more into this. But the reason for me. Personally as what i'm doing web development stuff then just doing other things that the web browser. I'm finding that. I have left a lot of browser windows open and not realize that. I wanted to switch to italian window manager. So i could see everything. That's open on each workspace in gotcha posted on about that on facebook. Yeah i did. And that's not even necessarily the purpose of three or what they intended but italian window manager is great for that really. so gotcha. yeah and were minimalist. I like to have as few windows open as possible. So yeah well. I mean The i three window manager is a minimalist window. Manager is not very graphical at all really right right on so We'll talk about more about that. So yeah. Been busy at work again. This week. let's see. I'm working on facebook. Ad for the taekwondo school. I go to all right. I don't it's going well created. I actually needed to develop perform. I and i've set that up tonight and then work the actual text of the ad. That won't be very difficult at all. is mostly set up. I just gotta get their email address putin and make sure the leeds are going to all america. Taekwondo academy gone right on man. Yeah so there's that Yesterday a taekwondo class. I had a failed board break. I was tried to do Reg hand strike okay. and I've done it before. Oh with protective gear. And i felt overconfident yesterday. Apparently and i hit my right hand. And gosh that hurt ya. Yeah i mean it's not hurting that bad now. You're a tough guy. Yeah yeah the problem was. I was not quite close enough to the board so i got mostly my fingers which i do not want to get kind of arts. When i hit nigh index finger. There i got so yeah there you go yeah. My week is pretty cool. I like. I said i got this new work schedule for the month. So that's nice. Abana hang out by girlfriends. Still you know almost a month in now so you know exciting. Things are happening nice I miss her family for the first time on this past weekend. So that was cool at like over brother Mom and dad some other family members so yeah phone weekend overall awesome yet which right now for me just work girlfriend so you know how much those two things take up. oh i forgot to mention. Yesterday was the day. I officially got to remove by mask in most situations. Two weeks back You have to wait two weeks. After the vaccine you're supposed to at least with madonna and pfizer. How i've heard. I've heard conflicting things about joshua johnson. I heard initially one week. And then i also heard two weeks in a gajah yes. Let's get my second during a vaccine on monday. Yeah and then I found out though but my job you the a paid day off once you get your second vaccine. Is you know a lot of times is bad side effects right toward that yet. I'd say like a paid day off at least two days make sense. I think for sure while you know no love. The board of directors for one main got a lot of sports cars and houses device. Say they can't be letting all the happen yeah. I don't think today's it's too much to ask considering how long the side effects can last. You know the thing about the profits though. They won't be affected that much. Won't somebody pleasing the profit. Yeah profits are more important than people right. Yeah i mean it's capitalism right. All right right i understand. People fat was sarcasm. I believe people are more important the prophets but you know just in case. It went over anyone's had any our totally confused thought. I was sub evil person. I'm sure no one thought that ever you're nice guy. Joe thanks santoni so you gotta game ready for me this week. I do have another thrilling edition of. Joey's totally trivial. All right. i think we should go right into all right that music. I love suffer then initiated. Joey's tech trivia or joey pretty as it's known colloquially it's a simple five question quiz and actually removed one of a categories from before so used to be ancient tech ratio tech tech personalities gaming tack and future tech. But i've didn't always been having trouble coming up with questions for the future attacks always just like you know. Oh it's how do you describe like a wearable thing that in that year That your body powers like kind of self explanatory about playing so with a brand new topic. Okay where the tech so basically listen invention or a piece of technology and you tell me the country of origin. Oh gosh that's gotta be a real. Hey it's why it's called. Joe is totally trivia in stacey trivia for for bums. Exactly oh man that. That is a real challenge. Good on.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"That's right. Okay okay sean you are there you comedy so i said 'i happening right i am i am so i am so proud of you. You are hero this morning on. Listen to chatterbox and you went to facts. Instead of you research they don't have any research and what you do cologne because this what bobby colonial is starting going this route. Real quick bobby. Colona took a second shot. i guess what. She's still alive now. City technically should be wearing a mask in here. but we don't let that one slide. Now you are helping someone else today in that chat room. Whoever's listening to say you know what let's jumping back this jump back into harvey's how barbie. How do you feel great. I feel great as well. Shaw throw that was the drinking glass. Okay so you don't worry about that disregard my voice today. That was last night. I wanna hear what happened at your second when i got. I got to get that second one on the twelve. The first time. I had a headache that wouldn't quit. That night took everything. But still i stayed because the water running to talk for about forty five minutes. I couldn't take it and lay down for like the full rule was floating around. Like oh man. I gotta take another one. That is no no no. We're gonna do it. Answer the question. The second army the second shot. I had a slight headache. And that was it right. Now let me say something else. Let me say something. And i'm a siam free of all headaches. Trust me they come in different forms. You are now you. I had them during the was the most potent list of the okay joshua johnson that's in the hood latch on this and i want to say this directly to black folks. We ought to king of exaggeration. A lot of us before we put the hocus pocus in our body. We already thinking ahead walls of spin. Describe happen to you after that first shot you have on your name. I would good all day even that day all day i was good. I just had a slight headache. Right i was. I did not stop working i. I'm with a group called echelon society in new york area and we were out all day playing with the children giving out toys and snacks and then we go and we she the neighbors without doors so stay busy and active all day maybe vow gone home and ate something and took a nap. I probably wouldn't have felt anything but it is what it is but i'm good. I'm still alive. I got one head and two and all the rest of the place and now it goes back to what i'm saying and what we've been saying. There's still no proof of nobody for this team to dot my own very you. Have your chew leader here in this society. Because bobby just mentioned it you're going to have to travel. A certain things is going to have to be done. Like i said if you about that anti vacs life be about their life because now what we ventured into and i'm glad you're protected because the anti vaccine are going to start lying It's going to be a lot of lies coming up because they want to get into certain places that are restricted. Going to lie. And they're gonna say accident it when they didn't and that's fine. That's the that you are protected. And i'm gonna give you not all you to chat room member the week right now. Currently i'm gonna give you a round of applause because you are truly are the motivating factor. Today i'm going to send you don't have the cloud i will louis motivating everybody else out there to be safe as well so we appreciate and this was going to happen because we all have a price. We all have a price and that's fact and welcome. We're back everybody in one. Welcome and we michigan. We're gonna shut you guys. We're gonna show you some one day. And and i don't know what is going to happen but guess what. I opened his cine. Jay walk in here. I would have band-aid on on on a on a bicycle and Be amongst the rest of us. But we're going to keep the doors open for cindy j. into that happens and it will one day and cindy we will not look at your no different than before you was on your mind so we truly appreciate you for being a true leader that you are and jumping from sins insanity over here to harvey's homeless up right shot. You wanna show cindy barbara. Hold on sony s through other week. Hang chat room the week camel. Sony wait let you go. Are you in a relationship. You've baby single suissa. Oh he's determined. He said he will never ever put it in. His system is taken anything. But i have a compromised system. I have asthma. I have fibromyalgia. really bad. an idea with the public. I go out and feed low tone. Yeah so yeah. He's asking if you're in a relationship what your love. Life i did. Not if your significant other guy are you. So you're in a relationship. Yes yes and he said he's never gonna get it. Yes and he's never going to get it. I'm sorry no my eighty three year old mother to she say she's never gonna get it. Women in harvey's house with us is fine now. How how long you. Everybody showed sony marriage and how long relationships in years are you married. A shacking up. No not shocking. But we've been together. Fifty s eyelids. Oh so you're in a relationship for fifteen years but you're live separately. Yes i separate appreciate it. Somebody.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Good news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Labor Department says the U. S economy added 266,000 jobs in the month of April, far fewer than economists had predicted. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The nation's unemployment rate stayed steady at 6.1% as millions of Americans remain out of work during the Corona virus. Pandemic. Unemployment has dropped dramatically from a year ago when it peaked near 15%. But the headline jobless rate doesn't account for millions who have temporarily dropped out of the workforce. Some are still wary of going back to jobs where they might be exposed to a virus. There's your caring for sick relatives or Children who schools have yet to reopen the U. S needs many more months of strong job growth to get back to pre pandemic employment levels. NPR's Scott Horsley reporting. President Biden is expected to comment on the jobs report today before heading to Camp David. Lawmakers in Texas have advanced legislation that places new restrictions on voting. NPR's Amy held reports. It's the latest in a long line of similar Republican led efforts in several states, including Florida and Arizona. The Texas House passed the Republican led bill in a party line vote before dawn. Among changes, it would bar officials from distributing mail in ballot applications and increased penalties for voting irregularities The state Senate needs to sign on Republican Governor Greg AB. It supports it. Election fraud is unacceptable and that's exactly why I made it an emergency out of the session, Democrats say will disenfranchise voters here. State representative Chris Turner say leaders have used the big lie of widespread voter fraud to justify vote suppression for a long time now former President Donald Trump has led attacks on election integrity following his loss last year. Florida and Georgia have both passed laws to limit mail in voting and ballot. Dropbox access. Amy held NPR news. The Koven 19 vaccine, developed by Fizer and buy on Tech could soon be given the green light for use in China. NPR's Emily Fang reports. The approval will likely lead to a rollback an international travel restrictions in the country. China's Global Times tabloids that the Fizer buying tech vaccine was in the final stages of the approval process. In China, International travelers are still mostly barred from entering China. But at high level talks in March, U. S and Chinese officials discussed the possibility of mutually recognizing each other's vaccines and creating some kind of vaccine passport for the two countries. NPR's family thing Japan says it will extend a state of emergency in Tokyo and several other areas until at least the end of the month, and they'd fresh outbreaks of the Corona virus. The nation's economy minister says targeted measures that were set to expire this month have not been effective in curbing new infections here, listening to NPR news In Washington. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley. As we've been hearing, Texas State lawmakers have advanced a sweeping elections bill that would tighten voting restrictions, even as Democrats say it will hurt voters of any party. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo has criticized the legislation that would walk back a lot of the measures the county introduced last year to expand access to the ballot box, especially for marginalized communities. GOP lawmakers say the proposed bills are meant to uphold election security. Will Democrats have compared the efforts to Jim Crow era measures? The bill passed in the House around three this morning with about 20 amendments, including lowering initially proposed enhanced criminal penalties. And instructing the state to develop an online format for tracking early ballots. Both chambers will need to negotiate a final version of the bill before it can go to governor Greg Abbott. You can hear more later this hour from government reporter Andrew Schneider with news 88 7 in depth. If you're headed to the Astros game against the Blue Jays this Sunday, you can also get the Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine before the game news 88 sevens Matt Arab tells us the Astros have partnered with Houston Methodist Hospital. Appointments are available between 11 and one outside Union station at the Ballpark Sunday. Methodist is taking walk ins as well and says there's no set limit on how many people they can vaccinate. Kathy Easter is with the hospital, she says. This is part of their expanded outreach efforts to vaccinate the community or looking to partner in his many ways as possible to get those folks who just either not had an opportunity to get vaccinated. You know if it's if it's more closely available and other barriers Transportation or not a problem that they'll come on over and get the vaccine. Easter, says Methodist has also partnered with the Heights Music Theater and has plans with the Greater Houston Restaurant Association as well to get more shots and arms. I'm Matt Heron in Houston. Houston congressman Al Green says he's disappointed with the way the Harris County D. A s office has handled the shooting death of a black man by a sheriff's deputy on undercover deputy shot and killed Joshua Johnson and Missouri City last October after he allegedly approached an unmarked car with a BB gun. Green met with the district attorney's office yesterday to ask about evidence they presented to a grand jury on the question of who told the.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Did President Biden shift his approach on immigration? I'm Noel King. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In this hour what advocates for immigrants make of a narrower approach the president offered in a speech to Congress. Also this hour. What's behind the drive for a guaranteed income and with vaccines spreading the U. S military takes a step back toward normal. It resumes of massive multinational war game. It's Friday, May 7th birthday of Tchaikovsky, Russian composer was born on this day in 18. 40. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Winter Johnston economists are expecting as strong jobs report when the Labor Department releases the U. S employment numbers for the month of April this morning. NPR's Scott Horsley reports, the nation's jobless rate likely dipped below 6%. Employers added more than 900,000 jobs in March, and analysts think hiring an April was even stronger as more Americans got vaccinated last month, they spent more freely dining out in restaurants and shopping in stores. Businesses needed more servers, cooks and cashiers to keep up. Unemployment has dropped dramatically from a year ago when it peaks near 15%. But the headline jobless rate doesn't account for millions who have temporarily dropped out of the workforce. Some are still wary of going back to jobs where they might be exposed the virus, others you're caring for sick relatives or Children who schools have yet to reopen. US needs many more months of strong job growth to get back to pre pandemic employment levels. Scott Horsley NPR NEWS Washington president. Biden is expected to comment on the jobs report today before heading to Camp David. Authorities in Minnesota are expected to file charges against a man suspected of holding five people hostage yesterday at a bank in ST Cloud Mats epic with Minnesota Public radio reports. The nearly nine hours standoff ended with the arrest of a suspect with a long criminal history. Police in ST Cloud about 65 miles northwest of Minneapolis, got a call just before two p.m. yesterday about an unruly customer to Wells Fargo branch chief Blair Anderson says a robbery alert soon. Followed. When we got there. We discovered several people had already fled the bank, but five bank employees remained and were held hostage. Anderson says the suspect released some of the hostages while others ran out on their own. The chief says It was unclear throughout the incident whether the 35 year old suspect was armed for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in ST Cloud, Minnesota Human Rights Watch is warning that a decline in humanitarian aid is reducing women's access to essential health care in Afghanistan. NPR's DEA. Indeed, reports the organization fears that donors will cut funding even further as foreign troops withdraw from the country Human rights. What reports that years of falling join a support means that hard won progress on women's health is being eroded. The report said. Some three quarters of Afghan women who live in poverty having more Children than they want, because they can't get contraception. They face whiskey pregnancies because they can't get health care. And when they need procedures like C sections, they've got to buy the equipment themselves like scalp, ALS. Human Rights Watch is urging joiners to keep up eight for Afghanistan's health system even after foreign forces leave otherwise. It says more women and their Children will die, do you indeed? NPR news on Wall Street. Dow futures are trading higher. This is NPR news. Live from news, 88 7 and Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley. State lawmakers have advanced a sweeping elections bill to tighten voting restrictions, even as Democrats say the legislation would hurt voters of any party. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo has criticized the legislation that would limit things like drive thru an overnight voting as targeting communities of color. GOP lawmakers say the proposed bills are meant to uphold election security. Will Democrats have compared the efforts to Jim Crow era measures. The bill passed around three this morning with 20 amendments, including lowering initially proposed enhanced criminal penalties. And instructing the state to develop an online format for tracking early ballots. Both chambers would need to negotiate a final version of the bill before it could go to Governor Greg Abbott. You can hear more later this hour from government reporter Andrew Schneider with news 88 7 in depth. The state's grid manager. ERCOT says Texas should get through the summer without any electricity blackouts most Michelle has more on the annual electric grid report. Public trust in these seasonal grid reports might be at an all time low since February's big blackout, But ERCOT says we should be in good shape to keep the lights on this summer. For one thing, the state has Maura of an electric reserve margin that it's had in recent summers. That's energy available beyond what we expect to need. Warren Lasch er is er cots, senior director of system planning. Would also note that this increase in the reserve margin has occurred. While we continue to see increase in peak customer demands year on year, But there is one scenario in which Charcot says we could see a grid emergency. That's if extreme weather drives electric demand up right as electric generators stopped being able to produce, in other words, what happened last February. Most. Michelle in Austin, Houston. Congressman Al Green says he's disappointed with the way the Harris County D. A s office has handled the shooting death of a black man by a sheriff's deputy. Undercover deputy shot and killed Joshua Johnson in Missouri City last October after he allegedly approached an unmarked car with a BB gun. Green met with the district attorney's office yesterday to ask about evidence they presented to a grand jury on the question of Who told the investigating officer.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"The newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The White House has a one word message about getting the covert vaccine. Easy. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It comes as the supply of vaccine in the U. S. Is now exceeding demand. President Biden has set a new goal of getting first doses into the arms of a least 70% of American adults by July, 4th. If that happens, Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S could see life returned to something resembling normal. You will see guaranteed the level infection go very low. You could start looking at things that you were restricted from doing that. Gradually, you will see the CDC lifting the restrictions. That would be anything from Indore dining to the workplace to sports arenas to theaters. But Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky both warned that if there are communities where vaccination rates remain low, the virus could find opportunity and cause outbreaks. Camera. Keith NPR NEWS, The number three Republican in the House, Congresswoman Liz Cheney is doubling down on her condemnation of former President Donald Trump over his efforts to undermine the 2020 election. NPR's Barbara Sprint says that this comes as pressure mounts among top Republicans removed Cheney from her leadership posts. In an op ed published in The Washington Post. Cheney urges Republicans to quote stand for genuinely conservative principles and steer away from the dangerous and anti Democratic trump cult of personality. Comments come the same day Trump and the number two House Republicans Steve Scalise endorsed New York congresswoman Elise Stefanik to replace Cheney as House Republican conference chair. Cheney is expected to face a vote that will determine whether she remains part of the House GOP leadership, But she and says she won't back down in the face of criticism, arguing Trump's continued statements about the integrity of the 2020 election. To do long term damage to the country. Barbara Sprint. NPR News Police have arrested a man suspected of stabbing two Asian women in San Francisco Tuesday. Remember station KQED in San Francisco, Keith Mizuguchi has more The two women ages. 65 85 were waiting for a bus when the attack occurred. A local supervisor says Both were taken to the hospital but are out of surgery and in stable condition. Police have not said if the woman were targeted, or whether the stabbings may have been a hate crime. This comes as there's been an increase in attacks on members of the Asian community in the Bay Area in recent months. Since the start of the pandemic and through the end of 2020 the stop a P I hate reporting center found more than 700 incidents of anti Asian hate in the Bay Area. For NPR News. I'm Keith Mizuguchi in San Francisco. A rebound in tech sector companies. Hell give Wall Street a slight boost. Today. The Dow is up 97 points. The NASDAQ still fell 51 points, though you're listening to NPR. Live from news 88 7 in Houston on gate water. Houstonians will soon see digital ads popping up on sidewalks. Generalize tells us the city is setting up the kiosk is a new revenue stream. But not everyone is happy about it. A divided City Council approved the plan to install 75 digital kiosks fell display ads and way finding information kind of like a big smartphone screen. Mayor Sylvester Turner argued They'll provide much needed revenue and there are helpful innovation popping up in many cities. It works very well for people who are visiting on the city conventioneers. People are coming to these conferences and looking for places to go. But Heather House didn't was seen accused in opposes the plan, she says the group has been advocating for ad free streets and roads for 40 years. We don't support digital advertising and public space and We never have, And that's just something that we can't get behind. After a long debate council voted 10 to 7 for the plan. The mayor's office will have final say over where the kiosks are located. I'm generous. And Houston Houston congressman Al Green is demanding answers about the shooting of a black man by a harvest county sheriff's deputy As shooting happened back in October and Missouri City Undercover deputy shot Joshua Johnson after he allegedly approached an unmarked car with a BB gun. Green appeared today with Johnson's family question, questioning why a grand jury refused to indict the deputy. They lost their.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Albert ba- laura said a people will like lead me a booster. Does the kobe neck. Nineteen vaccine within twelve months of getting fully vaccinated. His comments were made public thursday. But were taped april the first below aurora Says it's possible. People will need to get vaccinated against the corona virus annually. A likely scenario is that there will be a likely what a likely scenario is that there will be likely a need for third dose somewhere between twelve and six months from then and their seoul from from six to twelve months from your first those. I'm sorry from you when you been vaccinated. You made need to get a third dose but all of that needs to be confirmed again The variants will play a key role he told cnbc It is extremely important to suppress the p the pool of people that can be susceptible to the virus so it's all based on contingent on the variants and how they have a multiply it. If you need to get up there vaccine or not The comments come after johnson johnson. Ceo at its core ski. Said i'm told cnbc in february that people may need to get Vaccinate against kobe nineteen annually just like the seasonal flu shot. Research still. don't know how long to protect against the virus will last Wanted someone has been fully vaccinated. Pfizer said earlier this month. did you. no. That's that joshua johnson see. Y'all yo tweeted. The shock guava that. Jack's does acting up that. That's that dag or shot. Got him over. Here tweak info you'll be go by the earlier this month that kobe and The kobe nineteen vaccine is more than ninety percent effective at protecting against the corona virus and more than ninety five percent effective against severe disease up to six months. After the second dose dermot vaccine would use technology similar to pfizer was also shown to have been highly affected within six months after receiving your second dose of vaccine. Yeah which Tweaking the are getting. There won't be any need to leave. The agd strong desire to urinate on may go to the bathroom. Oh you're going to need a boost. Shot everybody because this like in mount vernon last night your refuse to wear the mass you can have it both ways in this country but because we are so spoiled food and because we always talk about day and we always talk about conspiracies because we don't listen no more. That's why always advocate that. This country needs thirty days of communism. Kim jong own in our lives the to set us straight. You don't want to wear the mass you don't want to take you. Don't want to give back sonate this seventeen variants about to come out. Because that's what viruses do they switch up and they change on you when you it out. They go in another direction and do says the blacks terminology. You bet a bed show bottom dollar at this time next year. Two years this type of is going to be corolla twenty five out here but you don't wanna take the backseat seattle. The johnson and johnson is a little tweet. But i'm by but i've been tweaking before harvey still here. Nope blood clots. I survived that in the eighties. But you can't have it both ways. What are you gonna do when the virus come running for you. You double masked up then you want wear one show is. It was evident last night. Where i was with these beloved loving people out there and then what happens because it mutates the way. Imagine be team because the mutates this going to be a number variation of it What you do. We can't follow instructions. Like in peak a bangchang china wuhan bang hong want china and hong kong and all all over gong's because they followed instructions. The government share what the people everybody put that mask on and we're going to close everything for a hundred days and if you come outside we're going to big the crap out of you. Hell in american that tell us this trip on their rights and got right but the problem is the virus doesn't care about your rights is incredibly infectious. They made the potion three months ago. I taken it re put ourselves in that position. But we don't take blame for that so they the government as cine would say has come up with a potion and we've all taken the potion as also experimental but we never. We never ever omit the part that we played. I wanna hear this iraq. You're going to need a bosa a five-year crow. Because this is not going away. No time soon. This is going away. It's not going away because they thought they should shut down when they knew it was very. It wasn't gonna shut it down because the american folks wasn't having none of that and that's the problem that's why he's here to kick come out south one hundred day you've been i got a people would have came outside anyway. We don't listen. Guess what in china they don't have a vaccine because they set of viruses gone from over there. Well enough is going on right. There's no vaccine out there party and they in and we can't even take example of that because of our self centeredness and our fears and our rights as an american. My rights trampled.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"And the people without the block god blessed you probably recover from that to this very rare you some conditions of very rare. Okay joshua johnson. They probably wouldn't them have those low clouds. So paul's i've i've i've had johnson johnson. You got like okay and There's no blood clots yet. But at least. I'm notified with the inflammation in the fax. Hundred people have been vaccinated barbeque. We six blood clots well. That's dangerous six. I'd like to share. I say this respectively to the six. Let's call them the funky six out of one hundred million bobby. Mathematically doesn't even register on. The boy is still something to be concerned about sex pimple. Fa weather talk because sars assisi's therefore is cost because nine out and you're right the people especially for women right absolutely right. Guess what you just said. That was faction with us at the. Cdc has caused concern to notify people to do certain things with this vaccine. That's great new. Yeah because it's facts but it it's fact and it's cost so six people or blood clot had hangovers. That was worse than blood clots. Why would go on three crap. Runs this blood clot coach. Richie think about all now. I think the i'm a numbers guy. You know percentage of mean a lot. So overall i think. Hey that's pretty effective. Is i evalu- plane with somebody. And they shot six billion shots and miss them. The you've pretty good. You're pretty pretty short. But now and i'm not going to say about those sixty minutes so hey not since though six billion but he admits it you know so on an overall i. I'm happy with the numbers. I'm glad to see see as being very transparent and speaking of the sixty days that happened with the blood blood. Clots is something that we definitely wanna look. You know. look for but he said with the timeframe within seven days like seven to ten days of it happened engine. So hopefully you know. No sean you are the other night of that. I'm on the other side of that seven ten days. So you pat that. You should be good. You know you got you. Got a hundred million johnson. In the arm six black barbie six black class vile six platz. It though deaths now johnson. Johnson the cdc joe johnson and johnson. Shut everything down to you. Get this right. 'cause we got six blood clot and has the right thing to do. But you still can't give me three thousand deaths. You still be ten thousand deaths. You can't give up in which you get along with. The world has given me right now from the johnson. Johnson vaccine is six blocks where this is bluffs said people who could possibly have died showing so guess die. No neither not according to article. I don't know the cdc say over now that's it the people who are on the fence with being vaccinated or the coach of conspiracy theories. That's what people magazine when i was talking about. Oh talk six people. They got cloudy. They are but around which you wanna wound and you got that at a coach leading you around coach. They run arou- got refrigerator. Dog eat hot dogs at eleven o'clock shakes. That was the dodgers. How about this movie. Everybody in this country has gained thirty pounds. You'll see nothing wrong with that but six blocks yes. Dangerous city said if you have received josh. Johnson shot up and you have developed severe headaches. Abominable pain leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks. Indirect vaccination You should reported to your health here a doctor immediately away. Josh jackson made the statement but the way they seem like they like well. Six people got it only one person per person per your ghost. They like grip of production. They stack up. Those people probably hypochondriacs any way back. My blood john. Johnson looked at each other. We kill more people than that without the pollock more people. Good people think. I'm tripping mentally after we see by vaccine i've been tripping before the hey way before the bags way before here tweaking before. Yup i'm the master. You are amazingly right. So let's exclude that become vaccinated harvey and you got six people so gone over there and now they'll get back to that now. You have your excuse but when you want to go out this country and and only crazed response you're going to have at the. Tsa agent is. I heard six. People caught blood classic. Wanna give back saying you know they're gonna tell you get your punk ass outta here and go back home. You can't get on that plane. If people go find six hundred people give a name attack widows quick sports hold on before stapleton call in the remember last week and he talked about the new york. And you know the whole you know. We talked about the brooklyn thing the loyalty thing. And i know that the brooklyn nets win ballgames and orla. And they haven't played with their core the core three Barbie durant of harding and a car. We haven't only played seven games results now. The season is starting to come to an end coach. We're going to revisit this. Because we're going to keep an eye on the brooklyn nets because i'm not gonna lie. I'm getting. I'm jay honest with you. I'm not a hater a little bit. I want to see the brooklyn nets. Sounds like getting real full house. It okay then tell you what. I'm gonna liberate myself and see right now. Four gillet come comeback tomorrow drain coach. I'm being a fan now. Like princess cox the fan. I wanna sue the booklet. Go down. I want to see that payroll down. Get.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on Potentieel Goud
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"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Possible as often as you can let him know that they're important to you in their priority to you couldn't have said it any better myself because i've heard it said if you want solve the problems in america that we have today put a dad and every street corner to provide leadership to provide that stewardship to provide that grounding that many of the kids need because oftentimes with it could be gang in an inner city. They will find someone to do that for him. Or they'll find that first person willing to explain something that you weren't there to explain whether it'd be sex whether it be pornography whatever the category it may be someone else will explain it to be to them and the question is do you want them to be the first one to explain it or do you want you and i couldn't have said it better myself and i really appreciate you command the podcast and sharing your wisdom today because it was such a really good rich conversation of just trials but then also successes and then just being able to paint the brush of like. Yeah there were missteps but you still ended up exactly in a way that like looking back like it's just how it needed unfold like there are regrets but you still ended up in a place that you are proud of who they became. Yeah we're we're all gonna make mistakes. It's what you do with that mistake. And that's that's true in any situation but it's mostly important family. I've heard it said like within the air wings. They use the idea of debriefing after emissions done in the air and debriefing is something perfectly aligned for fatherhood because whether you completely messed up or not. We always know how to debrief figure out what went wrong. What can we do differently. What did we do to own the part that made the problem happen and we can try again next. It's regime process that comes from military leadership. But we don't know how to apply it at home. I tell you. What if i if you if you're can adult with just a couple of seconds Tell you the other advice Did more for our kids than any My wife made our home. The hangout place. Kids friends they you know Video games percussionist. movies Budget teenage girls want pancakes. Eleven thirty at night. Get up and make them pancakes right. Make make your home a place where people are willing to. You'll never be left out. Sit upstairs quietly. Listen you'll know everything that's going on and then you can shaped conversations and there's a safe place that they know they can come to write still have rules still a parenting but if you can make your home the hanger plus you're one step ahead of every other parents and not sure i like that advice and i'll tell you why because there's more ironic than anything this past year during the pandemic our house has became the cool place. There are times where we have like. Nine kids in the yard and our kids are young. So there's still a lot of parenting that needs to be done when you have nine kids in the yard and i only have three kids those combination. And what is it in these other houses where the parents don't have to deal with their kids. And i've got a parent all these kids at my house and i'm just like what's it like just to have a quiet and we never really had that and even to this day now in the summer like our house. Our garage is always one they're tearing into. I'm just like what is it like none. Have your garage tore part or different things broken by the boys in the garage building different things but also there. You just told me that. Like i've got the blueprint to to do it right. Throughout the next fifteen years of my kids lives as well and apparently already doing something right because we are the coldplay's literally everybody in the neighborhood and there were more kids moving in since over the winter. So it's only going to be even more magnified this summer and i've been avoiding or like worrying about it but sounds like i just need to embrace the chaos and keep it all together. We work at the end the front approach to that. I appreciate that wisdom there. Because i can't tell you like there is so many my wife really hates it to. She's like what is it. Why are we gonna bullies ear and it's just like that. You painted a beautifully that this allows you to know that they're safe. This allows you to know what's going on this allows you know friends. They are behaviors doing decisions. They're making and i've often said as well because i'm a stay at home dad and the neighborhood so i'll often it will be. I've gone a bike ride with nine kids as well. That if you wanna start changing the world start by changing your neighborhood and ability as a father to show up whether you're playing football with the neighbor kids or whether you're playing baseball or whether you're riding a bike you're providing leadership for a lot of dads and you don't have that opportunity to so a lotta dads go out to try and change the world but the best advice often is just start with your neighborhood and move up from there for the military. Turns humid you bit. I appreciate that. That's a while joshua. I wanna get you back to where you back to your work day so i really appreciate you coming on the podcast and opening up and you've definitely got a powerful story. So don't let this be the only podcasts. You share it on because it's definitely one that other people need to hear to just know that it's all gonna work out perfect. Thank you for listening. Today's episode as i said in the beginning joshua johnson just provide a great example of how the exercise in marriage and fatherhood is an exercise maturity and growing up and in both of those contexts. Joshua just gives a great example of how it's not always going to be perfect and he's going to have to learn and i figured out but as long as we rise to the challenge and accept the feedback that comes to us we can go out into the world and be the fathers and husbands that we want to be and so my big takeaway from joshua's example is being able to just re solidify that there are examples in the military and in business that apply at home those little story that he mentioned that his wife called him out and said would you talk to your soldiers like that and he's like no and that moment where he's like. Oh i did do that. Those moments exist in all the dichotomy. That is fatherhood and marriage. There are always examples where you are already executing at work. You're not translating and correlating the same kind of ideas to your life at home. The language the communication we often in many cases. And i've fell victim to this as well where we start yelling at her kids because they don't do what they want them to do but we went to that to someone at work. Well why would we do that to them. If we're raising adults. Why wouldn't we treat our kids in the same fashion. We want them to be treated and except to be treated and expect to be treated when they grow up and be adults. There's this little micro moments where you realize that. The things that you're doing a work do apply at home and you can have the best of both worlds. You don't just have to find success at work and just feel like you're drifting at home. There is a better way and speaking about her way. If that episode of that little rant there resonated with you if you want to understand how you could bring that success at home to our success at work to your home go checkout ben khalifa dot com. There is a free forty five minute discovery. Call there. I always love having conversation with dad's and helping illuminate because often what we need is just a few degree course correction in the right way to get us where we need to go that we're not on the complete wrong path. We just need to twist the asked him. It's just a few degrees left or right and that can change our entire direction. Go ahead again. Check out ben. Colli dot com closing out as episode. I hope you have an amazing week. I hope they take this episode and joshua to heart and understand that you don't have to do it alone that there are people out there that can help end this story and this episode helped me and hope that it helps you so there have a great week and will talk to guys again on.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"For puberty until for daughters. I twenty two for sunsetting about twenty five like they're not very nice people to be around like i. I love my kids. And i wouldn't change a minute of of of ten that i had with him. But you're Like them because they're forming their own opinions they're basing it off of their limited experiences which is what they're a hundred percent supposed to be doing but they start to veer away from your opinion on certain things for example You know my son we We try to get them. Enrolled at school wasn't for him and we forced probably longer than we should have know. Go to college and whatnot. came to realization that i had a sit down with and say because i was given a portion gi ability to said. Hey you're not a viable financial first of all. This doesn't matter to you. And i'm throwing money away that i can that i can put somewhere else. It s a tough thing to do right. He he became this. You know government should pay for college. They you know. I need to be getting this Government handouts and all these things had And then the best will ever happen to him. Was my wife and i will australia. And he didn't have a hope to come back to He got he was forced to learn a couple of very hard life lessons Just because he did not have the lifeline That he wants had on the other half of that he was he was proud he was he was an independent person so he didn't call. Just ask for a handout. He he suffered through a couple of things but he came to the realization. That that you're not gonna get anything unless you work. And so here's how as a father yudo You've done a good job with your kids. Start saying the things that you've been telling them the whole life like they're in a use it back. Can you fold batch. You you don't know that i won. This gave it five years later. You let them know they'll start recognizing keno dad. You've worked for be that whole life. i appreciate it. Thanks thanks for helping help forge that and look your kids will never be you and you shouldn't want them to be but i guarantee if you help them grow into who they need to be you're gonna love him in they're going to be awesome like you say there's return to like him but when when they turn out you're gonna love him it's going to be awesome and what you just spoke to right there at the end is why believe this podcast so much because military father's like i said earlier we live a rich life we know we have so much life experiences built up into us that we can help our kids really figure out who they are in a way that only seven percent of the population can do and to me if we can do that we have the ability to create a generation that is just ten times more capable like i've said like i don't want my kids to have a better life than me i want my kids more capable life than me. Capability comes through story in diversity. Military dads are best armed with this and we have such a great opportunity to do what you said. The put kids out of the world that truly understand who they are where their gifts are uniquely met to help make the world a better place and that is to me. The best reason why military dads need to come home and recognize that. Our family is our legacy. Because you're talking about generational impact in measured in not just decades but centuries because one dad decided to be a dad and come home and his kids decided to go out in the world and change. It like one. Dad can do that. Yeah it's it's a tangible generational legacy right. That is your family. You can develop some in three or five years have gone and you're probably seen on facebook and you may run into them in the you six years later when nearly privacy altitude and there's going to be over fried there the other day we all once retire. There's a few folks to use you. Stay in touch with But your your out right But with your family. It doesn't have to be that way. So i was fortunate. Enough that Sf we we right. Were wrong more right than wrong. I would say we have guys a little bit more of an opportunity. Especially if the u. dub twenty years to to get themselves ready to two separate from the military. I was given some time probably more so than the average certainly more so that all by myself. Major conventional survey your friends but definitely gordon. I think a lot of other people get just to go as my boss said learned to be a civilian. I remember the day. You know a bit about four or five months. And i showed up to to see one of my friends and he was busy running from one meeting another. He didn't have time for me realized i'm one hundred percents akon in obscene. This compute spinning. What happens right. So i retire. Somebody feels my position. the unit continues to to march on without me. But that should not be the way it works in your family right. If you have to step out for a little bit you should be able to come back and being active part of that you should be enacted port if you're family for as long as you live and hopefully you've established legacy that that that will continue that machine so yeah your cognitive military but if you find yourself being a cognitive family that you know you're play Will you worn out. You've left in in in ebay. Doku by the wayside or you don't by the way a you've done it wrong my friend. I love everything that you just close out there with and to wrap up this interview. I want to try to see if we can give wrapped a piece of advice. Military dads out there. What do you feel is your best that advice for another father out their children male or female or your girl have to know that they are an important part of your life that you love them in pretty talented because your not telling them that they will find somebody that will in. It's not the people you want. If guaranteed it's going to be some other knucklehead kid that has an alternate agenda voice that means That's that's either gonna lay in australia or leave. Data path of they don't want to be so My advice to any parents. That's in the military. Find a way to make a connection with your kids and have daily possible.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Quickly when they're little girls every to call me whether the herbs your hero and it's the best thing you've ever done Gracing our swisher face and give you kisses and then at some point puberty happens and it's your fault Even though you didn't have to do with and they're angry you they don't know why and they are they nor you in their terrible people to be around and then they need a car so that come around a little bit right around sixteen but embracing for what it is and i tell. Tell look if you have a daughter every day. You need to tell her she's beautiful and you love her because the minute you stop. She'll find someone else. That will not the guy that you what say. I don't remember i'm convinced that's when daddy our daddy daughter issue start when you're dating this girl and it's like she's got daddy issues is because you weren't they i mean there's this assistance that i read shrunk father. Sean daughter is just hugging. Your daughter is like reduces it by sixty percents have sex by the age of twelve because feeling that affection from your father allows her to be grounded a lot longer than at twelve and without it. She wants that feeling. If he doesn't get it from you she will find someone and it will not be. I'm convinced even the dead with a shotgun as the door is the dad that just had the bar for what a man looks like very low and he's afraid of what she's going to bring home but if you said at high meet you may get it wrong a couple of times but she's always gonna come to inclusion the like my dad. I'm gonna kick him to the curb and try again. yeah i. I'm absolutely sure i used to play this game with my daughter. Ten she once you know hit the dating age she go to leave. The house came with some rules. Data i want to say no. You gotta say one of the rules like there's only room in my life for to bed That's right that's all you need right now. That's all you. We'll take care of everything else and she area ago. What sailor was. She was the devil day. Right there you stay from. She'd laughing along that make her do it frederick friends they laugh at your ladder but you know when the game. She chose a good man. She had a lot of fought into the man that she wanted to be. One of the marry star favor with in chose she chose well. And i think it's because i did my best to set a good example of how she didn't retreat into your wife like she knew what that what that proper affection looked like she knew had proper. Respect look like proper language and i'm convinced like the bare minimum for my daughter is as long as she can go into the world and now that she doesn't get value from instagram followers and likes like to me that's like the bare but moment it talks from the moment you're beautiful and your and i love you because they go to instagram to get that because they never had it validated and as long as she knows that her love for herself comes from the inside not from the outside. I mean to me that the the first step into getting someone like go out into the world and find someone that is going to be the right person for them is. They've got to know that the already have everything they need inside. Whoever they find is just going to enhance who they are. they're not gonna fill in the gaps. Yeah that's that's one hundred percent. Sure son since it's a little bit different They there's a lot of dance that that have are expressing love to their sons. And it's different right. You're not doing tea party. You told them they're pretty but you've got to do the exact same things you gotta tell you. I love you improv. You look at the cool things that you're doing it Get involved right this even if it's something you don't wanna do show a little bit of interest into it so You know same thing happens my my son. He married he absolutely right. And i had conversations with him. Said hey med swing for the fences. Go for somebody way better than you. You absolutely need to get drugged up for where you are. Because that's just the fact about being a man mary. Somebody better than you are adele. They'll they'll elevate their level and he's done the exact same thing and so a pretty fortunate. I jokingly jokingly set the bar pretty pretty well Like hey you know. Pregnancies no arrests by high school by the end of highschool were successful as parents and.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Connection. That's that's your report. I wasn't perfect. This we practice it we. We tried it but we we made over stakes. You know. there's there's plenty of time for dad. Didn't act nearly as as well as he should have a. You know now that. I'm on the backside but at least you know open married. Starting their own families got massive levels of eretz for for some of the some of the things that are said or dead or emphasize. A enough to be honest to be missing. Choose for my kids. Holds a greater level of guilt than anything that ever happened in the motor but it was because you know of of what my position is what what my position stands for. I was there. I was their father. It was my job to take care of and look after them develop them before. I did anyone else but my hostility. My responsibility in when. I miss those miss the mark on those cuts. Pretty what you're also speaking to is the economy and military service which is also a trap four military dads because it's a noble service people serving their country. And no one's going to call you out for doing it because there's also a lot of ways you can hide in your military service and come up with ways. I need to do this. Because it's what i needed to do. And then you sacrifice your family time for the sake of serving your country and you almost can hiding in that then. You're you're even magnifying. What you also talked about of knock creating those connections and it's a such a hard thing and i switch or what the big things that i've learned on this. Podcast is the biggest thing that most military veterans get stuck on. Is they focus on the legacy of their service. Whether they're serving their we think about like what the service going to mean. But it's really about. What is the legacy my family going to. And when you make that switch then all your different priorities change your focus changes what really matters changes and it led me to. This isn't that. I've come to call it that what we do on this earth is important whether it be sergeant major in the army but what we leave behind is ten times more important and very often. We don't have it prioritises. We always have it working on these mountains that were climbing this stature that were climbing this status that we're trying to get and i mean. Think of the ceo is even how many general is out there that climb all the way to the top and there's nobody there with them either. Kids don't know them. I've heard stories that generals. Didn't i get to know there's kids until they join the military and they have something in common to talk about like to me like that just breaks my heart because there's just such a missed opportunity for the father to really know who is kid isn't his kid to know whose dad is. It's a this is a hard podcast and hard mission because there's so many different shades of that fatherhood within the military. Yeah there's a. there's a right now former. Commander mind details. But he was skyrocketing general In he recently flamed out it a big way a it was because he couldn't. He couldn't prioritize He gave far too much for the. When they're you know suddenly was a family demand He did rack while in Terribly wrong for him. So i was trying to tell my guys. It's the slightest. Go right there's gonna be tons of military where i'm gonna ask you to get ninety percent arbeid. You can always get ten percent fam- but there's going to be times that you have to prioritize ninety percent family ten percents of the military. You know take leave. Take vacation get on a four-day if there's nothing to do go home and i know that's that's very unlike what A lot of military service where. You're there from six hundred so not very long shrunk. Kool of this is just the blood that you are yeah. I had a boston tied. That said hey. If you don't have anything good do just sit over there and do nothing Until until horrible thing. But we see that you know you can talk to anyone in an infantry unit and they'll tell you i'm going to work really hard until about two o'clock in that i'm going to go sit in the bertram while tunes has i started meeting. Concerned has a squad leader meeting the squad leader in in panic sets in because one truck was including. So we're gonna sweep out the motor pool at seventeen hundred even though i've been doing nothing for the last three out right so When i got into a position where i could manage that. I i did happen it just if i could. If i could not do that to a soldier and wouldn't do that to a soldier you know and you know as a first started. I remember Go to the motorcycles. Stables casare major found some chocolate was offline banded the you know headquarters company go fix their stuff until we're done for the day so there was for johnson out they're lining up trucks until eighteen her a but guess what. It was an easy task. It was no big deal. I had soldiers said that were just angry because they had been sitting around waiting for leaders. You give the direction. I just find it time and time again. I talked with soldiers That would be complete So take that take that home. Don't make your family wait around on you. if you were unavailable. Give them the freedom to go do what they can add should be doing. And then you get lashed up to them not the other way around. If i ever have the opportunity to speak into any opponent of the military as far as an in front of a company or anything. The very first story. I'm going to lead with is my worst dad. Moment and that worst add more is going to things. One proved that by sharing the most vulnerable story of who i am. I didn't explode because often. That's where we feel as vulnerability is going to lead us in the military. Is that this person's gonna explode and the wall and going to be vulnerability on the wall of my emotions are going to be everywhere and the second one is i want to share that family matters and that we all have a family and we often have an ignorance to our leadership. Just what you're talking about that. Yeah the family. Life doesn't matter in the marine corps has a bad joke. That's true but it's bad that if we marine corps wanted you have a family they would have issued one and i'm sure it's probably similar versions of it in the special forces. It's it's just speaks to that. We need to acknowledge that people have lives and we have a mission to serve. But if we don't do that. I mean that's why people get out of the military is when they get done. They get tired of playing games. They get tired of people abusing their leadership because they can and that just leaves bad taste in people's mouths and we talk about when you talk about the sliding scale. I've often equated it to a credit card. That your time from your family in some instances but you can pay a credit card back and you can pay it with interest and you can get back down to zero and so when you know you're gone when you're at ninety ten that when you're back you gotta make sure you're doubling down and that you're really there and making sure that you reinvest that time that's gone and there's probably moments that you probably adware that something was the last time with your kids and no one told you that and then one day you're like oh that was it. It's never happening again. And if someone told me. I would have paid attention. But they didn't and now it's gone and those moments happened fatherhood every day and you're never gonna know when the last time you put your kids on your shoulder. The last time they tell you to tuck you in or read one more book and one day just going to be gone. And no one's gonna give you a warning and you're like well if someone told me hanley two left. I would have paid attention. Let's not how it works absolutely right. It's i try to tell all dads with daughters in embrace that completely because gary.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Welcome back to military veterans dad. This is episode one hundred and fourteen. I'm your host. Ben coy and this is your first time listening. You picked a hell of a good episode dive into this podcast. Because today's episode joshua johnson is just an incredible story of a man who served over thirty years in the us army. Twenty of that being the special forces green beret still has his family on the other side still has his marriage has to great kids who have gone out of the world got married themselves and it's just a great example of what we talk about on this podcast about building a legacy of family and doing it diligently and recognizing you're going to trip up along the way because there is no one perfect book for fatherhood in joshua's provides a great example of what that looks like for us so without further ado. Let's just get started with joshua johnson today and if you want to hear my big takeaway as always go ahead and stay tuned for the other side of this episode. And i'll be back with you walking the podcast joshua your story is going to be really good because you said you were in the military for thirty one years and you had a family in that that thrive they just didn't get through you guys were able to get through and everything is still in one piece on the other side of that so i am super excited to get this episode out to the audience because i know your story is going to help. Many military dad's find a better way home for themselves. So go ahead and tell us about yourself your military career and your family life okay. So it but josh johnson Like ben said thirty one years in the military just about thirty to by a retired. I did my first ten years military policemen that relies the error of my ways. The nobody likes impedes. So i would special forces the last twenty two years at first special forces group So it will tell the deployments trips Away from the family But recognized that. I i was a much better person with a family that would have been without So a wife. And i sat down and came up with some pretty clear guidelines. As to how. We're gonna do how we're going to balance between being in the military and being a dad and being a family mostly based off the fact that. She's a better person than i am. We we made it work. We did you see yourself having a family early in life or was it something that like you didn't fully figure out whether or not So ab dated through high school and we married young so we we got married about six months after was in the military eighteen years old Didn't know we're doing a couple of knuckleheads baby came along soon. They're they're after a forces both grow a little bit. Probably not as fast as we should have but Faster those around us so it it worked out in those years is something that you really realize that you had to grow up more or what was like those first years like where you realize like this is something that wasn't doing enough to grow up so there there's going to be finding moment That that made me realize that. I had to be an adult of what forty own still haven't quite figured out how to do it. But i knew. I needed to be one but So eighteen years old Actually reservist that. I've just come back from basic and antique Was working construction. This is utah in the late eighties. Early nineties i was getting five dollars an hour overtime hours i wanted but no overtime. I had a little baby making red. We're we're making our You know one used car car payment but my son got severe infections in needed to get Tubes here's in heaven shirts you know. It was a construction. That was a national guard. They record as account for the family That ended up having to go on state assistance. You get tubes in my kids there. And i thought you know. That's it's not the right answer. I don't need to be. Shouldn't have to be reliant upon a somebody else to provide for a kid that i'm responsible for so again. Eighteen not a lot of a lot of options didn't go to college. Didn't was didn't have a great job and it was a fun job but it was. It was five bucks an hour which again terrible money even back then but we will work. So i my wife and i sat down and said hey. We're going to be on welfare. We must earn welfare. Twenty rbm get-rich-quick insurance as we would active duty from there The thought was you. Don't you don't wanna make this career what he wanted to do away with l. top. Seem like it'd be a cool thing to do let me join the military police There's a kind of a solution to a temporary problem. But then it ended up being something that Brought into a whole life long journey. Yeah absolutely did so. I mean the military which is a fairly. It took the took us through some pretty cool places we got to go to alaska Up to north carolina where we had some family that that was pretty influential for us to belgium. My wife and kids apple is okay again for me. But they west says it was her favorite place to be For lewis Washington was able to take some prequel family trips in and around the area We served australia for two years. Because we're older college. But i was able to bring him out know for a semester each so as a whole the military treated us pretty well. What can a blueprint for family and being a father. Did you have from your own life so groping a family Mom and dad's the whole time Good examples in utah by dad was a veteran Vietnam would veteran at that have was Was never better about actually really really flawed of his in the military in so he painted a pretty good picture for me so that console beyond that Time troubles like everybody else. There was always the expectation that as a family. We would find a way to get through it. They were never you know. Never a conversation of of divorced or anything like that. So i think as far as models kirsten pretty good job. My wife's same way. Big family grew up in utah. You know both her parents are still alive and they've been married. We just celebrated their fiftieth so that using both of those You know as as guidelines or or blueprints made it possible for us then extend. My wife is just eighty is just the most incredible person ever willing to put up with a ton of interest. Just the the crap that comes from being the military deployment of some seal problems of at all of that stuff while the frequency increased When i was in in special forces the additional. Bs comes along with it decreased and so we were able to fund pretty good balance there when you think about those times as a father is there is a message that you wish you would've had that you can send back in time to yourself. You know one of the big things that i see you know. So i made it all the way to the major in the army. So united served in most physicians That does to include you know. I started time where you are directly.
"joshua johnson" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Guys mr supportes page news. Real quick a city would be party. Komo's edition thank with research beach house. Also august coppola's so end up off. Hey you she got the front page to page new off the front page. News jaw right yawn. Cdc has approved. Johnson johnson one does kovac saint last week they are paving the way for distribution to begin according to Philly philadelphia asked late sunday afternoon. The cd is recommendations for johnson and johnson. One shot kobe. Vaccine for people. Eighteen and older a now This clears the way for the vaccine to begin distribution in delaware valley early as this week so hopefully mid week. They're going to start of the vaccine people with the josh jackson. One does The one and done j. and j. vaccine rapid rollout are ready underway. This week. Millions are set to hit the nation and includes a thousand scheduled thousands scheduled to come here to the delaware valley One doctor quota. I think it is a game changer. Carlos del rio said this week. The food and drug administration authorized joshua johnson. Kobe vaccine a covid. nineteen vaccine. emergency use is the first single shot option and a third available vaccine According to carlos del rio it gives us a third vaccine dough. Sir and one that i say from logical consideration is considered much easier to deal with. This comes from Right on time because dermot and fires are has been having trouble getting their second doses out to the public so it has been a discrepancy with people who got the first shot and they can't get second shot on time and they say if you don't get your second time the vaccine doesn't work or so this comes right on time. johnson johnson. A thank you barbecue on august. First of all how you. I'm good with some good before. It was free. But i'm good before i get into my whole thing. Actu- thanks barbie august. What's your view on the vaccine in this country to fight corona nineteen. Well you know the jury is still out. I'm still like looking at my friends and family seeing if they're glowing in the dark yet or anything is a purple the white of the purple. So i i talked to my husband a lot because we have two children a son and a daughter judy stephanie and they were severely premature and so now we need to really focus on. Is this something that's good for us. Basically i'm just still holding out but i know it needs to be done. I'm curious to find out how it happened so fast so i have some concerns but i know that is okay. I know people that i trust. They've taken it. And i think in our without people. I think we need to make a decision real quick. Thank you boy has ties change. harvey's been advocating for this virus from day one. It was already for the virus even a advocating for vaccines from day one. it was already made. They modified it facts. And then. Of course i am. I was concerned just like all of us. Black folks are august about the to ski institute back in the day in the league with the government. The black folks especially black men by infected with syphilis and trying to see what happened with. Do i get it And that is definitely a concern. But the thing with corona virus here and towns that we live this affects everyone not black white. And i could see like i said before all the time. If blacks and latinos august were the only have grown right. And then they say oh. We got back to would only win. That had it not taken so that we don't yeah but if they're pumping out all of them with it and that means something because everybody the corona viruses all over the world everybody interesting right so that eliminates that conspiracy for me now again back to the chatterbox. There's a lot of disinformation out there. And we are running with it like the cows are coming home with no proof. We even had a caller said that you ain't gonna believe is because we had a caller that called in our beloved freddie. Ac said that he's not taking vaccine because we're he lives in sacramento california. He goes to work in the morning. He said he saw people going to the vaccination clinic. Come out and literally in drop dead right there. He says he's at book out. That i probably and this is of course success. Then guess what they said. We ain't stay along the beloved hank. Aaron passed away the shadow we've got. He took the vaccines to pass. Away was eighty six recipes of course. The chatterbox internet disinformation. Almost call it. The black queuing on you a measure that would be. It's the same thing that i think it's the same thing. It's just the black version of it. Yeah because they put out this information and they can't prove anything okay. Can i just say this. Without any information we suspicious of everything right. If you'd like we don't even need you know if they don't if they put a kfc too fast we walk anyway. We don't need any you're right. You're right now but we should. We should investigate but then we need to go and vaccinate the she got me now now of course now. It's time to change the narrative folks. Stop this my mother. God blesses eight years. Your mother harvey eighty nine. Should be god bless of shots. She took both shots. He's good You're running around here for no reason but we talked about it when you call it in your refrigerator and eating yep with all kinds of chemicals. You'll scared about that. You're not thinking about know why. Edta all the pesticides and preservatives. You eat that all day and not even question it you go in. The giant eat the chicken breast as the size of elephant foot. And i'm saying this. Johnson and johnson right. I'm the only. The only black person advocating funny. He escaped and then guess what happened. Orchestra completed our beloved listeners in a chat room who was running with. Cj barbie cologne this kid right. They'll have took the shot the vacc- and they're still alive. And i challenged bobby colonus in asia each and every day. Because i'm going to rid this room of this television toxic shot the summer rhythm original mazda every day bobby. Cologne is cindy j. God bless they can't find me one story at nasa people dying over this and i don't want fake news. Disinformation you're right. You're right maybe we need to change the mindset a little bit because i like the fact that people say august. Yeah that first batch. Let's see what happens to these. I seventy million people. Have how many batches do you need. I mean that was pretty evident that we need..
"joshua johnson" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"Good morning empire. My name is jamie. Today is january second. Who's has some twenty one. I hope you all had a great new year's let's get into some forty niner news. Here's cauti- hand with an injury. Update our guys injuries for the week for the game. I you kaz out. Givens his out can laws out. tar various. Moore's questionable moses questionable tzakas questionable Dubose out sherman's out k one out and greeting out and that's it. Also here's what kyle had to say. On the sustained success of the seattle seahawks over the last few years kyle in terms of the seahawks and being able to sustain their level of success that they have for for such a long period of time. What what specifically in your mind To be that successful year in year out. Obviously the quarterback has a lot to do with that and missour- that they do that you try to apply to your own program with With the forty niners I'm editing takito. Long success is having the right quarterback Throughout that whole time and then having a good coaching staff and good personnel department. I think if you look at anyone other it's pittsburgh whether it's new england Whether it's new orleans green bay Seattle all the teams with At have had great quarterbacks over the last decade with good coaches and good personnel departments. They got a shot to be in the playoffs. He also talks about why drake lot will not be playing sunday in the keep backup. Qb will be a drake. Green laws injury wiser. What's his situation. Why's he out and then can you address the The backup quarterback situation. Who's going to be on sunday at the backup. Quarterbacks can be josh and and then greenlaw had a calf strain complained of some calf tightness after practice. Yesterday we got. Mri saul was strain. So you can go and the next person to clarify so we'll but I want to get all three up. I don't know if i'll be able to 'cause josh johnson we have to flex him rolling allowed three flexes or four with the extra linemen Looking at our roster. I gotta find out who we have to flex up Total just to be able to Field forty guys. If i don't have to do them for sure gonna get joshua johnson up. And that's why i don't have decided to if i can't get them up then without a doubt it'll be the other guy. Josh rosen kyle. How drills junior..
Trump discusses coronavirus with China's Xi
"President trump issued a phone call with China's president xi Ching paying Friday to discuss efforts to contain a growing coronavirus outbreak NPR's Emily Fang reports of the call comes as China mobilizes to build mass quarantine centers and the number of confirmed cases continues to rise China's state news agency first provided a summary of the call it's a present she told trump that no effort had been spared to combat the virus she called such measures a people's war against the epidemic she has been noticeably absent this week as the outbreak has worsened appearing only Thursday degree the Cambodian prime minister visiting Beijing China has repeatedly criticized the US is decision to temporarily shut down its conflict and we'll have the outbreak epicenter and with accu its diplomats from there the US has also decided to bar any foreign nationals from entering the US of they've been to China and the last fourteen days and raised its travel alert for China to the highest level I'm leaving NPR news
Grammys Chief On Leave Over Misconduct Accusation Just 10 Days Before Awards Show
"The recording academy which puts on the annual Grammy awards has placed CEO and president Denver Dugan on administrative leave just ten days before this year's awards ceremony and peer Scott Newman has details in a statement the academy says a formal allegation of misconduct has been made by a senior female member of the organization that independent investigators have been called in and that the move to suspend Dugan was needed to quote restore the confidence of its membership however it does not elaborate on the nature of the allegations nor in fact even whether Dugan herself is directly involved Dugan previously worked for bottles aids relief organization she took over at the academy in August from long time CEO Neil Portnow who sparked controversy with a remark that women needed to step up to get ahead in the music
Senate Republican express displeasure with Iran briefing
"To Senate Republicans broke party ranks Wednesday by announcing support for a resolution to limit president trump's military powers against Iran Mike Lee of Utah and rand Paul of Kentucky made their decision after leaving a closed door briefing with White House officials the mountain west news bureaus need Hajji has more in that briefing Republican Mike Leigh's says trump administration officials tried to dissuade him another lawmakers from debating further military action on the Senate floor what we're told over and over again was it look this action was necessary and we can't have division we can't have dissension within our ranks within our government or else it senses the wrong signal to the Iranians I just I think that's completely wrong the call the briefing quote lame and insulting and says he'll support the war powers resolution it was introduced by Democrats and could force the debate and a vote in Congress limiting the truck ministrations role in escalating hostilities with Iran for NPR news I met Hajji
U.S. aviation regulator proposes tracking most drones
"The Federal Aviation Administration wants most drones to be tracked throughout US air space and here is Matthew Schwartz reports as drone use increases regulators are looking to address the security threats the FAA is proposal would apply to nearly all unmanned aerial vehicles from commercial delivery drones used by companies like Amazon to toy drones that could fit in a Christmas stocking any drone that weighs more than about half a pound would need to be able to broadcast its location and the name of its operator the rule is meant to give law enforcement greater ability to respond to security threats as these tiny aircraft proliferate throughout the country drones have caused airports to suspend flights and the FBI has warned that terrorists could use the devices to carry out attacks in the US the FAA says that being able to track drones could help prevent those attacks Matthew Schwartz NPR news
Black Rhino Born At Michigan Zoo
"A Michigan zero is welcoming a rare holiday delivery W. D. E. T. is Quinn Klinefelter reports the masses are turning out to see the new baby boy black rhino is not exactly a Babe lying in a manger but it's close officials at the potter park is due in Lansing Michigan say a black rhino name dot C. delivered her first ever calf on Christmas Eve day black rhinos are endangered the total population dropped to under twenty five hundred by nineteen ninety five but has now come back to about twice that number officials say it's rare for a black rhino to give birth in captivity though zookeepers watch the birth through a video feed outside a bar and so dot C. under new baby boy could bond without being disturbed they say the public will have to wait until spring to meet the new right now when the weather is
U.S. on alert after North Korean "Christmas present" threat
"The United States is on alert in Waco north Korea's threat to give the US a so called Christmas present and Paris I Asia Roscoe reports that North Korea said a year end deadline for the two sides to reach a deal on nuclear talks north Korean officials have not said what the Christmas present might be but experts are on the look out for some type of provocative action to go she says between the two countries have not made much progress even though president trump met with north Korea's leader Kim Jong hoon twice this year the key sticking point is Kim's demand for immediate sanctions relief president trump says that Kim must dismantle north Korea's nuclear weapons program before sanctions can be lifted North Korea analysts say the regime may take aggressive action to try to force another summit with trump US officials have expressed hope that the conflict can be resolved I used to Roscoe NPR news
Scholars testify there's enough evidence to impeach Trump
"The house Judiciary Committee has heard from legal experts on whether there's a case for impeaching president trump three legal scholars call by Democrats say there is evidence to move forward while constitutional scholar and lone witness invited by Republicans says there is not Congress is scrutinizing trump's efforts to get Ukraine to investigate a potential
A new blood test could indicate multiple conditions with one sample
"A new blood test could predict multiple diseases with a single sample KQED science reporter Leslie in the clerk says UCSF positions publish their research today the new test which doctors are dubbing a liquid health check can measure five thousand different proteins in one blood sample Dr Peter Ganz is a cardiologists at UCSF patterns of proteins inform us about the risk of diseases such as risk of heart attack or stroke risk of developing diabetes or it can inform us about your current state of health like your physical fitness or the amount of fat in your
Schiff's panel 'now preparing' impeachment report
"The house Judiciary Committee is set to hold its first hearing in the formal impeachment inquiry next week is NPR's Claudia chrysalis reports the president has until Sunday to decide whether he'll participate the hearing Wednesday will feature legal experts and cover the history of impeachment judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler says the panel will cover serious allegations of impeachable conduct against president trump meanwhile house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said his panel is working on a report summarizing their findings after weeks of closed door depositions in public testimony lawmakers are exploring whether president trump leverage military aid to get the leader of Ukraine to investigate his political rival the hearing is title constitutional grounds for presidential
US defense secretary in Iraq to discuss troops leaving Syria
"It was defense secretary mark espers on a previously unannounced visit to Baghdad to discuss Iraq's role in the US troops rolled down from Syria espers trip comes after Russia and Turkey agreed to a joint military effort to remove Kurdish fighters from northern Syria thousands of displaced Kurds fled to a rock during a Turkish military offensive that was launched after US troops were pulled from northern Syria two
US and Turkey 'agree deal for five-day ceasefire'
"There were big developments today regarding the ongoing violence in northern Syria vice president Mike pence announced that the US and Turkey have agreed to a five day cease fire in Syria from today I'm from the report thanks to the strong leadership of president Donald Trump the strong relationship between president air to one and Turkey in the United States of America the today the United States and Turkey have agreed to a cease fire in Syria Turkish side will pause operation peace spring in order to allow for the withdrawal of YPG forces from the safe zone for one hundred and twenty hours he and secretary of state Mike Pompeii met with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the capital city of Ankara in a press conference Mr Penn said that he had been assured by those on the ground that all
Vaping-related illnesses surge in California
"California health officials are continuing to see an increasing number of vaping related illnesses in the state can you dis Jeremy Siegel reports the California department of public health has identified easy one potential cases of acute lung disease among people with the recent history of vaping that's up from sixty seven cases a week ago health officials are urging people to get rid of any cannabis vaping products bought from unlicensed street vendors or pop up shops they have not yet identified the specific cause of the illnesses earlier this week governor Gavin Newsom announced an executive order aimed at cracking down on youth vaping and urged health authorities to increase enforcement efforts against the sale of a lizard vaping
Major Hong Kong march called off after leading activists arrested
"Pro democracy activists in Hong Kong canceled a planned protest for Saturday after police refused to grant them a permit organizer say they called off the event for safety reasons it would have been the latest in a series of ongoing protests since June meanwhile two key student leaders in Hong Kong's pro democracy movement five years ago have been arrested NPR's Emily find reports that the arrest came a day before Saturday's March Jim is he still a Hong Kong pro democracy activist groups that Agnes Chow and its secretary general Joshua Wong have been arrested by police and taken to police headquarters the minister members a Josh along with walking to a metro station when police pushed him into a mini van both Wong Chow took part in the two thousand and fourteen pro democracy umbrella movement which fizzled after more than two and a half months which partly inspired the more than four months of democracy protests which often Gulf the city this year a Hong Kong police spokesperson said any chance another umbrella movement leader was detained at the Hong Kong airport and route to Japan Thursday night it is unclear if he is still in police
Opioid crisis: Johnson & Johnson hit by landmark ruling
"Attorneys for Johnson and Johnson say they'll appeal of five hundred seventy two million dollar judgment in a landmark OP what liability case brought by the state of Oklahoma is NPR's wins our Johnston reports the judgment is a fraction of the amount the state wanted Oklahoma had sought seventeen billion dollars in damages and issuing his decision judge that Bachmann ruled that Johnson and Johnson's marketing practices had helped fuel the opioid crisis in the state my judgment includes findings of fact and conclusions of law that the state met its burden that the defendants misleading marketing and promotion of Felix created a nuisance looting of finding that those actions compromise the health and safety of thousands of Oklahomans this is the first trial in the U. S. seeking to hold a drug maker and accountable for helping fuel the opioid epidemic Johnson and Johnson says it plans to appeal winter Johnston
What Are The mechanics Of Currency Manipulation?
"David Rennie we have a question about currency manipulation what are the actual mechanics is from guy he emailed us what are the actual mechanics of currency manipulation how do they do it what are the costs does it make the cost of say importing oil more expensive David or any that's a good question what day the dollar is your absolute expert on on what the US treasuries rules are for the carrying someone a currency manipulation but you know so to the question of China and its relationship with the dollar is is an extremely interesting and political one you mentioned oil purchases one of the things that China was expected to have done much more I think by now was to try and shift lotus stuff like going on into its own currency the run in the U. skills along these reports people saying about the tremendous amount of lending that China does too often developing countries through things like about road initiative again people awhile ago thought that that was going to be a lot of that was going to be the renminbi that they were that the you and that this is going to be kind of China's coming out policy as a global currency to a surprising degree that hasn't happened it still is basically very much was to the dollar and that then raises really fascinating questions about whether China is more vulnerable to the dollar than people think could in fact one of the you know there's a camera calling this using the China actually isn't quite as safe in this trade war with the U. S. as China says and one of the factors that is managing that dollar assets they don't hold is does that a lot because he's actually surprisingly ticklish question but I would to first talk to dollar the real test all right beside you because he is the the living must on this stuff about John you had something you wanted that as well yeah I think this is an important thing to remember also about the move on Monday to the the clerk China a currency manipulator this is something that politicians in America threatened on the campaign stump for decades it's become this big symbolic gesture but it is only symbolic really in trouble those can be one of the first things he did when I came into absolutely China crafted and has been resisted by his treasury because it exactly the rules that that that David talks about David dollar talks about the the but the point the point is it's been it's one of these threats that you start to wonder whether the threat is actually more powerful than the action itself by declaring China a currency manipulator really all he's done and physically is is required the US treasury to engage in negotiations with their Chinese counterparts there may be some sanctions down the line if those negotiations code go no where he's requiring the treasury to engage with the International Monetary Fund on on this issue which is interesting because the International Monetary Fund for a while now has has argued that the Chinese one is actually right about the right value for work should be in terms of the market and so there's a real question in this gets into the trump administration's tactics of of whether by deploying this threat with great bombast you're actually removing some of your leverage using one of your your tools with a little bit like the the bank robber who walks into a bank with a toy gun and pulls the trigger and rather than a bullet coming out you get a flag with the word bang coming out on it and and that is it you know you lose that leverage in the situation I and so I think and we're seeing the same thing on terrorists as well I
Texas, K. E. R. A. And Mallory Fox discussed on 1A with Joshua Johnson
"The homeland security inspector general S. calling overcrowded border detention facilities in South Texas a ticking time bomb a new report calls for immediate attention to address shortages of food and other basics siding conditions at five facilities visited last month several doctors are offering to help alleviate health conditions at my current attention facilities that are housing children in el Paso they say they can't get in K. E. R. A.'s Mallory fox has more pediatrician Jose Manuel de la Rosa volunteers treating migrant children who've been released from custody he says without proper training it's easy to miss signs of dehydration or other distress in children there's there's an old pediatric saying that children are not little adults the physiology is completely different children go and going going up playing with a fever of a hundred three hundred four and they keep going until they stop several pediatrician
China says will respond if U.S. insists on escalating trade tension
"President Trump is defending his use of terrorists as a tool for international diplomacy. Well, Trump opted not to impose tariffs on Mexico, this week, NPR's Scott horse reports that he still retinue taxes on imports from China. The US embroiders have a moment to catch their breath after new trade war with Mexico was averted but another battle with China is still on the horizon. President Trump's expected to meet with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping later this month, Trump whole CNBC if they're not able to make a deal he's prepared to expand at twenty five percent tariff to virtually everything the US buys from China were expected to meet, and if we do, that's fine. And if we don't, as I look from our standpoint, the best deal, we could have is twenty five percent on six hundred million dollars. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin got an earful this weekend from fellow finance ministers, who complained that trade tensions are dampening global economic growth, Scott Horsely, NPR news.
How does age affect pregnancy outcomes?
"More people are getting pregnant over aged thirty some doctors still consider a pregnancy past thirty five to be a geriatric pregnancy. How does age affect pregnancy outcomes? So. Geriatric pregnancy. I that would be term. We'd also want to avoid. I think over what's interesting today to two factors that are going on with the pregnancy lost. One is the maternal factors that could be important in terms having a healthy pregnancy. And the other is the very real biology that as a woman's ovaries age, the eggs, inside them, become more likely to have chromosomal abnormalities and those as Dr Perret had mentioned at the beginning of the program are the most common cause of sporadic pregnancy losses. So what you'll find is, as a woman ages, especially over age thirty five and then over age forty the chance at any particular egg has a genetic abnormality increases significantly and thereby increases the rate of pregnancy loss, because they're crumley, abnormal. The good thing about that is the chromosomal abnormal chromosomal abnormalities, a cause of pregnancy loss, is something that is now much more able to be treated and prevented by things like egg freezing. Amber. Oh, freezing. And genetic testing the embryos prior to transfer for women who go through