18 Burst results for "Lonnie Johnson"

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Local officials could explain what had happened and help them understand how they'd lost their house and their five children. But jenny and george were deeply dissatisfied. When the coroner's inquest was conducted it ruled that the fire had been caused by faulty wiring. But this didn't make any sense. Because jenny and george knew for a fact that the lights had been working that night so it seemed impossible that an electrical problem had sparked the blaze. They were also confused by the latter that had gone missing on the night of the fire. They could have used it to rescue the children trapped upstairs. If they'd been able to locate it later. Someone found a ladder. Sixty five feet away from the house in a ditch. The solders never learned why it was moved. Or who had done it without the latter georgia and his sons had tried to use their to coal trucks to climb into the house and rescued the trap children. But lo and behold neither truck would start even though both had been working perfectly the day before and that wasn't all a witness claimed that he saw a man taking a block and tackle from the scene of the fire for context. This is a system of hooks and ropes. That can be used to remove an engine from a car. The thief was later found to be a local man named lonnie johnson as it turned out stealing the block and tackle wasn't the only crime. Lonnie johnson committed that night. Lonnie also admitted to cutting the sada's phone line just thirty minutes before the blaze broke out at this point. It wasn't much of a stretch for jenny. And george to believe that someone may be lonnie had intentionally burned down their house after all lonnie was skulking around their property committing vandalism and theft if he was capable of that arson didn't seem like too far a leap. The problem was they couldn't prove anything. Sure lonnie confessed that he wanted to rob the house but that didn't mean he'd lit the flames. The sada's couldn't even prove the fire had been set on purpose but tips kept pouring in and they seemingly confirmed george. Jenny suspicions for instance. A bus driver came forward saying he driven past a solder home late on christmas eve. He claimed that as he went by he saw someone throwing quote balls of fire onto the roof. If the bus driver was to be believed someone had intentionally set the solder house. Flame perhaps using a molotov cocktail or another explosive. If true this meant that their children hadn't died in a tragic accident they'd been murdered. The surviving solders were still grappling with the possibilities. When they returned to the site turned memorial a few months later it a somber moment for the family a chance to grieve and remember the source of their pain but two year old baby. Sylvia was too young to understand what had happened or why her older siblings had disappeared. Blissfully unaware she played in the yard until she found something that was decidedly. Not a toy it was in olive. Green hard cylindrical rubber object after examining it george determined it was an explosive device and napalm pineapple bomb to be exact if it was indeed an explosive that would explain the balls of fire. The bus driver had seen being thrown onto the roof and it was consistent with the loud thump and rolling. Sound that jenny up in the middle of the night in short lonnie johnson's suspicious behavior. The napalm bomb and the lack of human remains made the saunders. Sure of two things one. The fire was set intentionally and two. They weren't getting the full story about their missing five children. Jenny conducted a series of informal experiments in her wood-burning stove hoping to understand why her sons and daughters had turned to ash all of her tests left bones behind which gave her an odd sense of hope. It meant that her children couldn't have died in the fire. They might still be alive somewhere but with the stakes so high she couldn't only rely on her own amateur investigation. She took things a bit farther to confirm her suspicions. Jenny consulted with an employee at a crematorium after all who would know better

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The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later

Extraterrestrial

04:50 min | 4 months ago

The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later

"Local officials could explain what had happened and help them understand how they'd lost their house and their five children. But jenny and george were deeply dissatisfied. When the coroner's inquest was conducted it ruled that the fire had been caused by faulty wiring. But this didn't make any sense. Because jenny and george knew for a fact that the lights had been working that night so it seemed impossible that an electrical problem had sparked the blaze. They were also confused by the latter that had gone missing on the night of the fire. They could have used it to rescue the children trapped upstairs. If they'd been able to locate it later. Someone found a ladder. Sixty five feet away from the house in a ditch. The solders never learned why it was moved. Or who had done it without the latter georgia and his sons had tried to use their to coal trucks to climb into the house and rescued the trap children. But lo and behold neither truck would start even though both had been working perfectly the day before and that wasn't all a witness claimed that he saw a man taking a block and tackle from the scene of the fire for context. This is a system of hooks and ropes. That can be used to remove an engine from a car. The thief was later found to be a local man named lonnie johnson as it turned out stealing the block and tackle wasn't the only crime. Lonnie johnson committed that night. Lonnie also admitted to cutting the sada's phone line just thirty minutes before the blaze broke out at this point. It wasn't much of a stretch for jenny. And george to believe that someone may be lonnie had intentionally burned down their house after all lonnie was skulking around their property committing vandalism and theft if he was capable of that arson didn't seem like too far a leap. The problem was they couldn't prove anything. Sure lonnie confessed that he wanted to rob the house but that didn't mean he'd lit the flames. The sada's couldn't even prove the fire had been set on purpose but tips kept pouring in and they seemingly confirmed george. Jenny suspicions for instance. A bus driver came forward saying he driven past a solder home late on christmas eve. He claimed that as he went by he saw someone throwing quote balls of fire onto the roof. If the bus driver was to be believed someone had intentionally set the solder house. Flame perhaps using a molotov cocktail or another explosive. If true this meant that their children hadn't died in a tragic accident they'd been murdered. The surviving solders were still grappling with the possibilities. When they returned to the site turned memorial a few months later it a somber moment for the family a chance to grieve and remember the source of their pain but two year old baby. Sylvia was too young to understand what had happened or why her older siblings had disappeared. Blissfully unaware she played in the yard until she found something that was decidedly. Not a toy it was in olive. Green hard cylindrical rubber object after examining it george determined it was an explosive device and napalm pineapple bomb to be exact if it was indeed an explosive that would explain the balls of fire. The bus driver had seen being thrown onto the roof and it was consistent with the loud thump and rolling. Sound that jenny up in the middle of the night in short lonnie johnson's suspicious behavior. The napalm bomb and the lack of human remains made the saunders. Sure of two things one. The fire was set intentionally and two. They weren't getting the full story about their missing five children. Jenny conducted a series of informal experiments in her wood-burning stove hoping to understand why her sons and daughters had turned to ash all of her tests left bones behind which gave her an odd sense of hope. It meant that her children couldn't have died in the fire. They might still be alive somewhere but with the stakes so high she couldn't only rely on her own amateur investigation. She took things a bit farther to confirm her suspicions. Jenny consulted with an employee at a crematorium after all who would know better

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on First Take

First Take

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on First Take

"Early in to give me to it as you're not going to give me an opportunity to work these guys and see them kapiti evaluate them in the way that i want to so. I'll just go visit other people. I'll have them in very heated very competitive situation so so i can look at the film and evaluate my guys i can look at the film and make sure i'm teaching them and getting them to a point where we compete during the season veteran players ears guys who established you absolutely hate this so brady come out and say that he likes it because he's a different do than than that do right. It's not hard. It's not hard for that quarterback. It's not hard for tom. Brady go to practice tom. Brady is going to enjoy it because the way tom brady likes to compete is is visually right. It's mentally he wants to get these looks. I know i'm not gonna play in the game. They have different makeup aaron rodgers. I've seen it all. I've done it. I'm the best in the business doing this so i don't want to be here whereas matt leflore your first year coach you get your wits match wits with bill o'brien right. You get to see some of your guys who you don't know a lot about play against another team. You get to see what you're tied in how he reacts when his helmet is not about lonnie johnson on across her so all of these these things are good for coaches but for players. It's an extra fight that you really want to be in the reason tom brady. We'll.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"And then they come away with your other top fifty five take with Lonnie Johnson from Kentucky. I know. He's a promising athlete specimen. And big long body. But I thought he was pretty role too. So I look at their top. I think Scharping Scharping was the highest player on my personal board that they drafted with three top fifty five picks. He was outside my top one hundred players. Wow. That is unbelievable. I like shopping. I actually think that there's a better chance. Scharping plays this year for the Texans then Titus Howard Scharping. I a hundred percent. Yes. Smart kid, physical. You know, you've got a lot of experience. I think that there's a better chance that he plays. It's kind of crazy, and you're so right it seemingly the thing too. Is it's such a huge need. And it's the wrong situation for Titus Howard to go into now, maybe it's sink or swim, and he'll be able to to swim. But yikes. The other team I think was interesting that you didn't like or one of them that you thought they missed tell me about this incentive angles. Dangle came in and they had a lot of draft capital. And they thought they did an excellent job in in round one leading Joan Williams fall them, and they, you know, new coaching staff there they really need to get the offense of line, right and figure out the offensive tackle positions. Joan Williams what you wanna play him attack or guard. I think he's one of the players and draft class. You watched his full body of work. I know you became kind of popular to knock him down because it was a couple of reps against Clemson on the twenty nineteen national championship game. But go back and watch Mike mcglinchey against Georgia in two thousand and seventeen. And then remember people wanted to knock him for those kinds of reps to because of three or four bad webs in a bad rep against Miami. And then he goes in the top ten and he's one of the best rookies in the NFL. I think Jody Williams will be similar type of success in his rookie year. But you look at the rest of the draft class and. Drew sample was a big surprise for me. It's fifty two. I look at some of the tight end that were still on the board here. That's really how been trying to gauge this trying to look at the strengths and weaknesses of the team understanding so the filters that they're looking at the players through. But then looking at some of the opportunity costs of other players that were on the board and other directions that they could have gone, and and for me drew sample that fifty two is really really rich was surprised to see him come off the board that early I felt like he was an ideal tied into in the pros, but not necessarily somebody that you would really want to take almost the top fifty player j Sternberg or stands out as another tight end of who was still on the board that I felt like could have given them some similar success. Even Kyle warring who went eighty six to the Houston Texans who just got done talking about their draft class worrying if you want block or with some receiving upside, I think warrants an. Equal Calvin blocker true sample, but I think he's got much more upside to his receiving skillset worryingly played one year high school football walked on its sandiego state after two years, he was scholarship athlete, and he's he's still Rawls route one or but he's got some really nice ball skills. And I just felt like that pick seemed a little premature and they went to remain Pratt at seventy two Ryan Finley. I think is an ambitious thick and they trade up for Ryan Finley that that kind of felt like me what the CJ Beathard pick for the San Francisco forty Niners was a couple years ago when they traded up to the end around three to draft bathroom and next thing. You know, Beth the QB three in San Francisco, and I don't see the the ceiling there with Ryan Finley. So they had a lot of picks and they got some nice guys late..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Size finest member FDIC got all twisted up there for some reason. I don't know why. Because I read that about a thousand times the NFL draft in Nashville draws record numbers on both for both on sites participation and on television. The league said today that more than six hundred thousand people attended the draft over the three days in Nashville easily clicked in two hundred fifty thousand came to watch two years ago in Philadelphia. Nielsen reports sent the draft on ESPN ABC and NFL network average six point one million viewers at any given time over the three days it averaged five and a half million viewers last year, which was the first time that all seven rounds were broadcast on television. I like that ABC ESPN was offering two versions. Need pre show fistfight. I think it's interesting a brings in the the nonsmo-. What was it dollar Meller who got a call from a relative who would never ever call them about. That was me. My my wife's grandmother called me last Monday and mind, you thought mmediately you thought of Trump because I've been married to my wife for almost eleven years now, and I've never received a call from her grandmother on the phone. So it was just pops twenty eight years. It was an oddity. And she was calling to ask me about Lonnie Johnson junior. The Kentucky cornerback who I had never heard of until she uttered his name, and she apparently had been a bus and the bus driver was Lonnie Johnson junior's mother who is telling her all about the traps nowhere. She could watch it. And so I actually as I was thinking this through I said, okay. Well, I know it's an ABC. I also know what's on ESPN. And I said, I told her you know, what let's go with ABC. Because I know they're focusing more on the story line of the players who are being drafted. I figured she would probably consume that rod cast better. So I said check it out on ABC on Thursday and Friday night. I just passed out. Johnson junior. I just I don't look weird day inside. My brain Taylor swift on on Thursday night with Robin Roberts. They were trying to appeal to. Yeah. The entertainment factor of this sport, which you know, at times, the NFL has gotten away from I joined it I thought it was fantastic men watch. None of it. And I'll tell that story in the good the bad and the dirty. We'll get to that. We will do that real quick before we move on. I want to say a shoutout to my wife's grandmother. Lucille Lucille job. Wait, wait. I think that's how old is Lucille Benson as list. Yeah. Perfect. Good. Europeans said she was actually interested. That's great. What are the odds of? She's her that she's listening to Waddell silly right zero. Okay. Yeah. We just gave a shot off of the show. She'll be listening definitely zero after we get hockey update from you. We're going to do that. That that that? I'm not gonna I'm not there. Are you ready for some hockey talk our crease monkey Tom Waddell, aka Tommy, hawk certainly is. Let's get pot. I went with with London. My heart say, let's make this quick because we got a break at forty something. Okay. So I'll say this like not a ton of name-brand power right now in the Stanley Cup playoffs, put still thrilling thrilling on your eyes. I do I literally see the hockey. Join Europe a lot of overtime games. A lot of these series sharks and apps are tied at one game apiece losing stars tied at a game apiece. The hurricanes are a little bit of a surprise now to zip on the islanders, and you've got a table terrified in former Blackhawk that's doing very well for the canes and causing a lot of Blackhawks fans to be a little upset stuff. You have Tabo. MD right now. I do. Yeah. Turbo. We like to call them. Turbo. Back in the day Taylor. Gabriel's nickname is turbo too. Right. Turbo. There you go. Yeah. That's it snowballs going to join us when he gets to the western and Eastern Conference finals, he's trying to get his credentials squared away. Yeah. Stovall join us, then you're gonna have to. Start you. No. Now, I got an interesting baseball factoid for you. Baseball research because I absolutely shut her down this week. And I went to Tennessee and play golf with my brother and my dad does weekend. Just shut it down. I watch a little bit of the draft. But nothing else. So I sat down on my computer this morning.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Don't think he's a top fifteen guy anymore over two guys male. I think when you look at your Mel Deane the cornerback at Auburn talk about size. He ran four three. He's a free. There's no question freakish talent I thought in coverage. He wasn't as impressive as the physical traits would lead you to believe you should be a, but some is gonna take him. I think somebody could take him second round third round because of the talent that he possesses. And and the fact that he tested off the charts and also David Montgomery running back. I was state. I watch him that he makes yards after contact. He productive player for the most part. But he's not a guy was going to be a breakaway threat. He doesn't have a lot of initial quickness a great lot of wiggle. So I just wonder if he'll run into some resistance NFL front seven. Once he's at the pro level and David Montgomery could be a second or third round picks round or two higher. I think he would come off the significant number running backs at have a little bit more explosiveness and change direction and ability than David Montgomery does we'll see out goes. Some teams are very high on them. I'm not quite as high. It seems like a lot of people would say that this running back class is in great compared to prior classes. How do you feel about the class? I look at this class say in the second third fourth round if you can get a mile Sanders. Penn State in round to view can get a guy like Devon single Terry Florida Atlantic and round three or four rock Armstead temple who's got to improve a receiver. But he's a hard nose runner if you can get him in the fourth fifth round, Dexter Williams. Notre Dame's and other one I like west hills slippery rock. I it's going to be running back. We're going to be talking about in forty five years. Knicks maybe even two to three years several running backs ago in that third the sixth around area that end up playing pretty good football. He's Melkite prom net. Cattles in Dari noca-, ESPN radio ES. CNN app. Sirius XM channel eighty. All. Right. We covered the overrated. Guys. How about underrated? I'm gonna go. Joel Williams offensive tackle, Alabama PSA. Can't be a left tackle hip. You're right. We'll guess what? His arm length is better than Andre Dillard. Everybody's loves the pass blocker and thinks he's going to Houston Texans. I think Joe Williams when you can play left tackle right tackle guard center. Nick that's versatility unmatching this notion he got dominated by furrow in the in the Clemson game. The playoff is not accurate. He got beaten for one play got a little off balance outside that he held his own Lonnie Johnson junior cornerback out of Kentucky. Great length had a heck of a year. What defense may drew lock look like a fifth round pick not a top fifteen pick. It was. It was the Kentucky defense Lonnie Johnson was a key guy there. So I love Joan Williams Lonnie Johnson. Also like a couple other safety's more Kice Blair Utah. Very unrated. Love is Tate. Mike Edwards safety Kentucky. Great leader. As those for the football, Ray, mention one four nil the safety corner from Virginia. I think a safety group is really strong. I think you're gonna see twenty defensive backs off the board in the first two rounds while I look at a guy..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"I think it'll be a special teams, I would feel the safest saints via try hord leaders special teams kinda guy over the pure athlete. But I do get what you're coming from those going to be a Kentucky. I bet you. I would be surprised if it wasn't address pick. I I agree with you. I just I think if you're gonna make a pick like related directly to coach looking at it. Guy. That's kind of like a coach's favorite, which is usually a special teams leader, try hard guy. That's thing. I'm thinking, but Lonnie Johnson fits what we think that she's looking for corner. So he's definitely which that guy's gonna be Mike Edward. Yeah. I can see that They're they're going going to. to cash Daniels. Darius Darius west the teaching just not Jordan Jones. That's that's it. It won't be Jordan Jones. Okay. So I'm just gonna just throw it a number here for this where forty six. If okay clo- the jayhawks lost by right close. Okay. Mattie. Thank you for drilling. This as usual. Take take a guess where is the defensive? Where's the where's the defensive DO Devia way for a team the ads clone feral and Lonnie Johnson? I'll say twenty third. I'll say nineteen. Twenty. Okay. So we're kind of all in that. They're not quite middle of the road. They're they're they're trying to they're kicking the door down on the middle of the road. If that's all they do. Yes. I think that's about. We're going to be with the amount of money. We have I suspect another move which changes that but for this exercise where we all right now not knowing yet. I think those exact moves into that. Bottom of the last third of the best of the last third of the week. That's the point of the exercise. So okay, we are going to take a break, and we will be back right after this. I'm music colleges. Nate Sloan songwriter. Charlie harding. We're the hosts of switched on pop the podcast where Charlie and I breakdown pop hits to reveal how the music works. And why it matters. It's our job to help you find those hob moments within the music, whether you're a pop fanatic or skeptic, a teenager or an.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Not as a reserve at this point the relying on pressure from Chris Jones up the middle or a slow burn pass rush from a blitz a stunt or just really speaks Alex Okafor crushing pocket until the quarterback has nowhere to ago. Okay. I agree with Mattie. I think I think pass rush off the edge is still very important to this team. I mean, you think about like if Alex Okafor went down you're looking at. Ten of season. Maybe if Tana still on there. I mean, I think it's noble. Somebo undersized doesn't matter. Tell toby. Dave vouch for them. Okay. I agree with you just like specialty. Okay. I'm gonna I'm gonna give you this scenario. An you. Tell me how you feel about this defense if this happens. Okay. And I kind of I didn't want to just make it like a very optimistic perspective. I wanted to kind of make it like might be a little bit of challenge. Let's say the chiefs finish day to with clo- in Farrell in attrative Lonnie Johnson at cornerback and JJ Sega Whiteside at wide receiver in the first three rounds. How do you feel? So of that, I think I always love the for OPEC. He is one of my favorite guys in this class. I think he's being vastly. Underrated right now as I just said he fits the biggest need I see on defense probably the whole team. So I feel great about that. If you hit your first round pick in a draft. It's horrid ever walk away feeling terrible. Like, no matter what happens after their you still feel pretty good because you have the most likely to hit position player knocked out of the port with the first pick Lonnie Johnson's not my favorite quarterback. I understand the intrigue. He's a developmental guy. That has great size. You can play him up on the line of scrimmage and hope he kinda beats people up. It looks to be a great athlete. So I get to a lower but second round for me or just even day to just a little early for me to feel confident in his growth going forward. Don't see the path as of right now in the JJ light side. I mean, I guess we did talk about wanting tied into we got our move tied into their but sides that I'm in. There's other titans. I'd rather have. Followed along the same lines as mad there. I love Cleland. I think that he's a guy that can come right in and have a major impact in a rotational role. And then you can let him can't take the reins in twenty twenty and just go from there. Lonnie Johnson is a guy that if you put on his tape. He has a lot of moments where he looks like a guy who's never played for and these wrong. He's I mean, he he's rough to watch. He's just got such a very physical profile, and he's a good athlete, but I'm not in the mood for drafting just pure athletic traits in round two at that spot. So I I would prefer something different there, and then adding a wide receiver there are more dynamic options than JJ Sega Whiteside. But I can't say that I would be mad at adding another big body. This off I would love to clone investment and trading up to get in. I think you've got to trade up to them. And I would be all all in on that. And I think you're probably gonna hear us talk about clone feral for the next thirty five days, however, many weeks, and then the, you know, the few weeks afterwards because you know, he's on the run. For at least twelve yes. But it's Lonnie Johnson. Like the first off. I would not be stunned if the chiefs ended with a couple of Matt house guys because that just makes too much sense. And it's a little bit terrifying. Because I could see Lonnie Johnson being one of the second round picks like very realistically because I mean that just doesn't that just feel right? I mean, so I do not discount that Matt how's connection? The chiefs will end up with a Kentucky wildcat on their roster by could be an undrafted. But it's going to happen..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is the northwest. I'll even say he is my favorite person in college athletics. It would be an enormous loss for northwestern. If for whatever reason he was tabbed to be the big ten Commissioner and Commissioner we should ask well bound about that on Wednesday. He's worried about that. I mean, I think he would be a tremendous choice wouldn't wanna see northwestern lose him? NFL draft. Prospect Lonnie Johnson junior says the Seahawks challenged him to a staring contest. But cheese. Formal interview setting of the NFL combine is rarely formal. We hear stories every year from NFL draft prospects who were as strange questions from teams basically as clubs looked to get the players rattled. It's apparently part of the NFL's evaluation process, which not gonna convince anybody that the Seahawks interview strategy with Kentucky cornerback Lonnie Johnson junior provided any value at all Cording to Johnson the Seahawks had him partake in a staring contest for fifteen or sixteen seconds. Johnson. Did say he won. No real further information on do you think? Now they'll pass on him because he divulged that. No, I think if they did they'd be foolish because if Lonnie Johnson junior is the best cornerback available for them, and they decide not to draft him because he broke that kind of silly protocol. Then shame on that. Did you see? There was another guy to I forget who this was some didn't someone accuse a team of basically pushing them hitting them hard in the chest. Just to see how their reaction would go in a meeting at the combine to we'd it's real stupid stuff..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"You probably watch them on a terrible terrible Mississippi team this year, but he was part of that team. And he is ripped to shreds runs. Really fast can do everything except three cone drill. He can't on important canting. He can't do the three cone drill. And there was another one that involved a lot of change of direction. Yeah. That he struggled at. So if you Reiter, yes, he's basically Matt Millen and Al Davis corpse are going to have like a celebrity death match. Yes. He who can come back and draft them. Yeah. I actually think that the raiders have just they have a ouija board setup that they just ask our what to do at all times and be decanted. This was trade your entire trade every pick that you got for Amari Cooper, and for Khalil Mack and move. Up and get decay. I want to believe that teams. Don't take too much away from the combine basically what I assume the combine for the smart teams, they watch it. If a guy is unbelievable they say, hey, maybe we should go back and look at some of his films. See if we miss something. But we know it's the NFL. So that means there are tons done dumb teams that basically say, oh, my God, this guy just ran what as body fat is what put him bless draft from third one point six percent body fat his actually huge red flag for me. Yeah. What burger man. Yeah. What could you possibly be your psycho? If you have one point six percent body fat. Yeah. I don't even know how that works. I mean, the I do know this, you know, cold weather teams should draft them. Yeah. Freezing cold in the winter. He can't hibernate. Nope. He has to wear long sleeves. Yeah. He's going to go up north, not not not a cold weather. He's off my big boy. But yeah, he what he run like a four three three four three. I think four three flat or you might been four three. It was it was he's a huge, dude. He's massive nervous. Yeah. He's like David Boston. On better steroids. Yeah. So he he stole the show. We also had the classic every year. We love it because there will be rumor come out of one of the meetings or a couple of the meetings. And so the best questions that were asked year, cornerback Lonnie Johnson of Kentucky. So the Seahawks put them in a staring contest lasting fifteen to sixteen seconds during his formal interview. With them said he won couldn't recall the name who he went against see. That's a red flag to for me. Yeah. It's like that's the that's the easiest game of memory ever. You should be able to remember the face of the guy that you stared at for ritual seconds. I'll say the opposite. He just knows that he won. That's all matters the end of the day. It's just wins and losses. Who cares? Who's on like who cares member? Sean McVay when he named everyone on who he named everyone on the patriots defense or something or and every like, oh my God. Sean McVay knows everyone's name. There's a bears. Yeah. Was the bears. Right. Right. Every goal. He knows. She does was names guess what? Knowing names overrated. Yeah. Beating people staring contest. We can rule out that it was Jim Caldwell because you're not you're not walking out of room, Jim Caldwell there. Yeah. He is the all time alpha when against and then the other one was. Happened with the Texas cornerback I guess it's cornerback season. Kris Boyd was asked. Do do. You have both of your testicles. The answer is a great question. It is a great question because it's like we ever know you never know because the NFL is still stuck in the past. And he's like Victorian sense of modesty where you have to wear underwear when you realize. Yeah. And so there's no way to know if a guy's got all three pieces down there unless you ask them. I actually I'm I've gone on from the ridiculous questions in my favorite part of the combine is people getting mad about the ridiculous questions because that is even more ridiculous. Like the questions we've been to the combine we kinda know how it works. These guys have like maybe five ten minutes to sit down with someone. You're going to want to ask him something absurd. Yeah. Right. It's actually more difficult..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"ESPN app. He spent the week in mobile at the senior bowl. I mean, you obviously would would know this from having you or senior bowl right in. The first time back in mobile and Twenty-three who was definitely a little little throwback for me with what is on the line for these guys. How do you describe the level of intensity seriousness? You know, as as they as they understand what it could mean for their future. I think that's the thing. That's most interesting as the guy that played in that game. I wasn't prepared for showing up and seeing the who's who's of NFL football. They're on the sidelines. You know, whether we're talking about coaches or we're talking about owners or GM's everybody's there. John Elway on the sideline, you know, looking around and seeing Jerry Jones there. I mean, it is really impressive. If you're a fan of the NFL, that's the place to be during this week to to see all the folks that are the big names within this league. And I think the thing that really was challenging for me is that these guys are watching everything you do whether we're talking about practices, whether we're talking about meetings. Whether we're talking about the way you walk. Around in the lobby vs. Everything's being evaluated. And I think that's the thing that that is most interesting to me. And Secondly, you know, how many of these guys now aren't even playing in their own college bowl games. But yet they're vying for an opportunity to be in mobile. This is the seventieth anniversary of that game. And to think about what they've created there. It's a must attend the thing for these college caused players as they're coming out a chance to play against some of the best. And you guys you you you mentioned earlier some of the guys on the the FCS level or some of the group of five schools. It's a chance for them to come out there and compete against the best in show that they're worthy of playing in the NFL, which I think is kind of cool aspect real quick. Defensively was our defensive player got your attention the most. Yeah. A couple of guys I look at Lonnie Johnson the corner from Kentucky really had a good week for the most part really long at at the line of scrimmage and bunch of bump technique able to jam with those arms which. I thought was was really disruptive for a lot of the receivers. I they Johnson the corner from Houston another guy that's six four two hundred pounds that links at the line in this day and age we know in the NFL game. The receivers are getting bigger. So you have to match that with some link at the corner position. I thought those guys were great. And then an off the radar guy. How about Cowan Saunders from western Illinois really was impressive this week in terms of being able to rush the passer being able to be disruptive on the interior defensive line in one on one drills. He was dominant and the special story about him. He was there this week as his as his girlfriend gave birth to their child had a chance to to hear the news while he was in mobile went home. And I think we'll be back for the game today. So really kind of a cool story there to absolutely yeah. That was and there was some debate this week. What would you have done? Right. Would you have gone back for the birth of the baby? Or would you have stayed in mobile and like. You be at the birth. If you can be at the birth, but he wa-, and she understood this from what I understand he was planning for their future. He's trying to solidify the family's political financial future. Like that's.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"He's there's speed is going to be the big question with him. But he's really instinctive. I love him. In man, coverage is a very sticky player. He's good zone has good ball skills. He could come down and tackle I really liked Jordan Brown. So to me, he's the guy that can really help himself this week. It's something that I expect honestly to see from Jordan Brown. So he's the guy honestly from this nor squad that really stands out to me sell side is AM Johnson rock. Yes. In Sheldrick, red wine Lonnie Johnson, Mark Fields. And this is usually the part of the show where you talk about a temple guy again. Yeah. Rocky sand is certainly gotta keep an eye on big kid ball skills. Very physical. You know, the question will be with him. You know, how well does he run? Lonnie Johnson is he's going to be one of the guys. I think to kinda steals the show away into this morning with how he looks how he's built rare size for the cornerback spot. He's got great speed as well is AM Johnson is to me the guy with the highest upside converted wide receiver at Houston long athletic, very, very fast. So I would say, you know, can play the ball the air is a former wide out. So you know, if he can prove to be able to find that ball in the air with his doctor the Balkan turn late and find it can he be a factor in the run game. We'll find that out on Saturday. But these guys I think that that have the ability to help themselves and then shelter grade. One a career safety at Miami. Came there initially as a corner but made the move quickly to safety. Now. He's moving back to corner for this game just because of a lack of depth. So he's got it certainly can help himself as well could show off a little bit of that position versatility. Really how about at safeties for the north, Darnell savage. Marquees Blair Nazir, Adderley will Harris and Kerry Willis tummy about Adderley or use high on him. A lot of other people are show. I like them. I don't love him. But I do see the allure because you're talking about a safety with cut with corner skills. And he's got to the play the ball in the air. He can hold up with receivers inside and outside. He's got experience doing both. Can he defend the run of the high level? That's something that I'd like to see more of I do know in talking with some people down here that they one of the games that I studied was supposedly his worst game of the season against North Dakota state. So, you know, maybe I've got to watch more games. I do like him though. I'm not quite in the first round area with him as some are. But on Israeli who is by the way, her who's causing the hall of fame desensitize back. But I think when you look at this group, honestly, the safety group overall, both squads might be the best position here..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Buddy, one seventeen. Let's so shut Jeff when he's able to go up tempo. Now, Georgia's plan very much different coverage tried to avoid the big play. But he got one there on the break on the deflection yard touchdown. You just said. Exactly what they're playing their safety to the corners up to the giving you that medium ranged up. But he looked at that time. He three really nice passes that got lucky there with the bounce Datino twenty two on the day for one hundred ninety three yards. But ultimately Kentucky gotta get back to rush being able to run the football. They could last week very, well they haven't been able to. Day. Steamed identity, and we are told from relation bungee stallings will not have to sit the first half next week. Only here he is west because his targeted. Punchy was disqualified but before. A different infraction. They'll be able to start at the beginning. But not married. Mckenna's is high and five yards deep in the end zone of Georgia. Brian touchback? All three drives in this half. But. If if he has to stop turnover nine oh one still. Now, you're exactly right in the defense rise up to the occasion. It has been heart today by the big run. It hasn't been the passing game with the running game of Georgia. That's done in the cats. Hoskins Bohana and part of the three four Kentucky. Daniela Jones behind. Three four to start the stripe from under center. Holyfield the beat back. That's the call running left. A big hole comes out close to the first down tackle left. Lonnie johnson. Dante Robinson combined again it down our football. Yeah. They're not doing anything out of the ordinary. Pulling anybody, they're not trapping. They're just solid blocking downfield. We go. Hoskins? Josh Allen there on that side. And what smart very smart yelling at his quarterback? Look at the clock. And now he just stands. There is a clock clicks down. Tackling that side is can we six six three thirty five. Dr. Attack six five three twenty from under center. As it with Holyfield dancing. The whole gets the first down. Shifted his feet around. Find a way to get across the thirty five to thirty seven for the I stand on his side. Kentucky player down. Badie Lonnie Johnson said single number eight or six. Beattie? He's best cornerback. It's been a very physical Georgia team today has. Tom. I thought that possibly this week. We could see we've heard this for the last couple of weeks. He is practicing with the team again, Josh Pasco might play but not in uniform still a little ways away or take a time out. We'll.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On the March the Kentucky twenty yard line in the red zone. Now looking at second and eight. Kentucky's. Earlier in the game. Did a nice job. When Florida got down close inside the red zone. Tell them to a field goal. The next guy is going to go down for Kentucky's Maddalena. He's the one that's been running fifty yards fence every. That's the trainer, Jim. Mentally, no. Twenty second year. I think that role. These games. He always likes it when we don't ever have to call. His name say the traders coming out he's been out on the field more today than I did in four years. He may letter. Lonnie Johnson up. Slightly limping for the Kentucky sideline. Kentucky trailed ten seven at halftime. But his scored touchdowns on. It's only two drives of the second half to go in front by eleven seems like the clock. He's just not moody fail. Florida's notching. I got three of them on this. Dr. Stopping the clock. One white out to the nearside Jefferson to the other way second and eight at the Kentucky twenty the Gators scarlet now the setback to the left. Franks. Moving up front. Sides. But Middleton knows got back. That'd be fake the bits and off the scarlet slips and falls. As he started to plant and cutback left and is going to be one on one. We cash if he breaks the tackle he may be scores. But he slipped and fell gained a yard as thirty seven. So a break there. Let's see Kentucky can take advantage is third long. You're looking for more to six of ten on third downs. They go empty three receivers to the left all outside the hash. Mark the balls on the right hash. Mark nearside two receivers wide this way. Sucky. Now Hammond going emotionless four receivers that way. Kentucky Russia's four Frank. Getting precious. Sliding is right for like comes down. And he throws completed skipped off the hand of a receiver down at the five yard line. Tony. Might be holding. Nice. If one of those. Sixty five. Got a kick at getting within a touchdown. And a two point conversion. One nineteen to play in the third. Toughie with an eleven point lead with Florida with a chance.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"And then Jordan Jones from Kentucky. Honestly, I watched Jordan Jones and Josh Allen together, and I like Jordan Jones more mean. I think his game translates a little bit better to the next level. I think when you watch him, he's under size, he's listed like you know to fifteen or something. But this kid's quick, he's he's instinctive and he's not afraid to come down to only needs to get better as attack, but but he's not fearful coming downhill. He's not worried about coming down hill and trying to beat a block. And so I kind of liked that his mentality, his physicality was there other guys in the senior class stuff to watch? I've talked about this Auburn duo before in Daryl Williams into Sean Davis. Those guys were seniors this year, not Patrick from Georgia. I have watched athletic kid. He's got off the field issues to worry about was a starter for them at the SEC champs last year. So interesting player Drake, greenlaw from Arkansas to res- Hoffa Missouri and then underclassmen Devon, white. A lot of people think could be a top fifteen top twenty pick have not studied him yet. So I'm trying to see what he shows on film and then TJ Brunson from South Carolina in that mix as well. Let's get to the secondary. You know, I feel like I'm saying this every position group, but there's always a good long. It's in the SEC. We already talked about greedy Williams at LSU. What else she got de'andre Baker is probably the biggest name at in the senior classic corner. You know, he's just under six foot. He's a little bit light. One eighty five range, but this kid he's really good zone coverage. He's got good hands to finish the catch point. I'd say his speed is above average to good. Like I don't think he's a blazer, but I think he's got more enough speed to be able to play on the outside. I don't think he's got great quickness out of breaks. I think he'd be a little bit late to dribble at the top of a route and the other issue I've got kind of like what we talked about was greedy Williams earlier with dad. He can be a little bit late to my little bit slow to find the ball downfield. So those are the issues I've got with the Andre Baker, but I think he's a solid player overall. Kentucky's got a couple interesting kids a corner, Dirk Beatty and then Lonnie Johnson as well. Eighty six to he's one hundred ninety one. Pounds. He's got long ours. He's really quick for a long corner. I don't know though that he's speed is something that you would look at saying it's a leak. That'll be a little bit of a question Mark, and he's not a great run right now. That's honestly my biggest disappointment within considering his size. So that's the big thing with him there and then line Lonnie Johnson, it's the other corner. Another kid he's over six foot two. This kids over two hundred seven pounds. He's the prototype at press corner in terms of what people are looking at for looking for at that position. Now he's just not. He's the big question with him is speed and then starting experience. He's a big body kid. He can really help themselves with a strong senior year. So everyone's talking about Dirk baby, but don't forget about Lonnie Johnson as well. The other seniors in the SEC Jamal Peterson, Mississippi State Ken Webster from ole miss Keyshawn, Dixon and recite sent in from South Carolina, and then underclass relies auburn's gotta do, oh, they're in Java's Davis, and Jamal Deen Ronald kurkin from zoo and Jalen Jones from ole miss. Those are the corners. I've got my eye on going into the season..

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Into trying to force the next great. Accident they're trying to, manufacturers, serendipity, serendipity a word that in itself was a bit of an accidental invention coined in the seventeen hundreds by some guy who was obsessed with this Persian fairy fairytale about three princes skilled In the art of detection in a land called This magical moment of serendipity that all these companies are trying to tap. Into on a schedule and? On a time line how do you do it we, took that. Question to the thority on? Accidental? Inventors, pagan. Kennedy. So, who. Am I talking join houses pagan yes hey, hi. I, have to ask you about your. Name? Pagan. Oh it came from high school rebellion. Really yeah her principal kept mentioning God in school she protested a lot and my friend nicknamed pagan stack pagan used to have a column in the New York Times called who. Made that she, wrote a book about serendipitous inventions at one point she even did an analysis and found the fifty, percent of patents in Europe were based on accidents and there's one inventor, who Todd, her, a lot. About how this works Lonnie Johnson Dr Lonnie Johnson. He actually was a NASA engineer in the eighties he was working on a water. Powered heat pump playing with all these different nozzles and he noticed that one One of those nozzles when the. Water went through, it it like you out in this very cartoony way and kind of splatted against the wall very, toy light and this is similar to your inventor he fell in love, with what, he, saw the. NASA engineers spent the next nine years demoing this. At toy fairs looking for anyone who would see what he sign it a super. Soaker a high-powered squirt.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on Ologies

"This season on innovation nation for cbs i flew to atlanta to meet a guy named lonnie johnson he is a mechanical and nuclear engineer he worked for the air force and nasa 's jet propulsion laboratory he worked on the galileo mission to jupiter the saturn cassini mission the mars observer project he's like a cereal inventor total genius he has been since his youth but among his creations the super soaker he invented the super soaker so one day in the early eighties he thought i wonder if my daughter could just smoke these neighborhood jubran in a water fight and when your dad is a rocket scientist what results is a pvc pipe water gun with an empty pepsi to leader as a fuel tank he tried it in his bathroom it shot across the room and he was like well dang i believe i've invented something very legendary and so a few patents in like decades later the dude has made very minimum seventy three million dollars off of this invention how many patents do you have hundred hundred so this is just a tiny fraction of them there was some engineering involved in putting this whole thing that but you know compared to spacecraft is pretty simple so if hydro polo malla judy worth thing lonnie johnson would have another honorary degree so says dad word fon podcast okay so that concludes the portion on fictitious allah ajay's involving the summer onto some actual summer allergies as discussed in the following episode in october a cucumber tala gist knows all kinds of secrets shit about pumpkins but also about melons were you to encounter a melon specialist like perhaps zooming gay one of shanghai's top professional watermelon experts you could say cucurbitacin just tell me your melon thumping secrets so apparently one thing to look for when you're picking a watermelon i'm gonna i'm gonna dish out some watermelon secrets okay are you ready okay you have to look for the patch on the underbelly of the mellon this is the light patch where it's been in contact with the ground that patch should be creamy yellow in color the lighter and white air it is it means it's not quite ripe yet i didn't know that also it should feel heavy for its size and you know when you thump mellon in the store and you do it just too little cool before you make off with it to the check stand and you're like i don't know why did that i don't even know what i'm listening for i don't know what i'm doing okay according to cuba tala gis it should have a dull really hollow sound now another thing you can do is just buy from farmers market and say hey you're a farmer just pick me a good mellon also seedless watermelons were invented by mid western plant specialists name ori oj i sti and nobody wanted them for decades he was like save us watermelon you go enjoy spitting seats at children the fuck these phoebus melons are folks idiots he kept peddling them in peddling them and then finally they began taking off and like the nineteen eighty s an according to an interview with him in the chicago tribune which was conducted in his nineties he saw seedless watermelons flourishing in a supermarket and he said to himself after all these years it feels pretty good and there's something in my soul like so happy that the this watermelon specialist got to see his invention really take off because it was decades of him being like how can you not wanna see this watermelon what's wrong with you we all want him also don't toss those ryan's folks according to watermelon dot org which is a website you can cut them up and then you can add them to stir fries eat them you can also pickle the rhines so you're next barbecue just walk around with an empty pillowcase and start loading up on everyone's chewed up cast aside and be like yet moore's brian this up.

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"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"lonnie johnson" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"That's what it was by the time to got through okay turned into turned around that's exactly what it was you had it right how mazing them my brain just did that scratch a koi next level baby ready new language is real high and i was able to pay ninety six thousand students will increase my credit score by three hundred points get my first credit card limits still increasing save money trying to get those m bank and more now referring people to be group and helping others along their financial journey she is the real deal super cute and funny to newark girls rock on a debt free blacker and i never going back the money out they'd be happy yes i think they should get chain gold chains diamond times you know how big meals the dream chasers got chain the dream patches they can afford over the budget needs to they should get golden diamond chains to lick it doesn't make him go pro a dream catchers meanwhile i'm over here going broke up thinking ami emme chain by you when did you find any twitter read okay so in the streets the first thing that i found i wanna give us out to african history the twitter account is african archives yeah i just i've just found him by shot out to kinda tweet that didn't even get them to do it but just you know kinda anyway so they tweeted lonnie johnson a nasa engineer invented the super soaker he made your childhood hot summers fun for the super soaker water they came from a black nasa engineer.

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