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"shane johnson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"The M. radio station of the information economy pro football about database and lots of choices these days used to be five or six choices for database now you've got like a hundred and fifty probably even more than that and some really cool stuff out there one of my favorite stories in the whole world of database is the story of my feet beating S. and my sequel so my sequel as many of you may know what's M. Y. S. Q. L. the sequel stands for structured query language it's basically how most application certainly analytic ones talk to databases you purport to query you tell which bit so you want from the database and get back your results well this guy month he began yes just create a database himself he got supposed to help obviously but it's called my sequel and the day that oracle bought sun those of you who remember this oracle bought sun will son was running my sequel the day oracle bought sun Marty being being is forked the open source project to create MariaDB every day like okay we're gonna go this direction and now Maria DB is one of the most popular databases out there we have Shane Johnson online today to talk about a chain tells about yourself and Maria de being what you doing in the database thanks absolutely thanks Eric about myself I work in product marketing those who may be listening that are not sure what that means in the simplest mama translator between product and engineering team and the outside world about my background also happens to be an development architecture distributed systems so I have a fair amount of familiar here with respect to Brady B. it's exactly what you said it was this is one of the most popular open source relational databases in the world it is Monty's successor to my sequel now but you know we talk a little bit more focused on today what's really important to us I mean I think this relates to some of the topics you brought up here is this notion of versatility and workloads we are part of the reason that you see bottom fifty two her databases however many there might be was also an explosion and specialization graph databases document databases columnar databases data warehouses versus transactional he value databases in memory databases right we can go on and on about this but we believe two things one that sequel is the language regardless of the underlying storage in the tire model Siegel is the language we use to Korean access our data into that a general purpose database was built around sequel can handle a variety of workloads if we tackle the storage problem correctly in the way I you know kind of describe it really quickly and sending her back to you for a minute is your major database that had brought the cation like post press it had more to master clustering like oracle rack it had sharding like readiness in MongoDB it had columnar storage like burqa in green palm and pretty soon I was gonna have distributed storage enquiring like cockroach DB one database that can do all those different workloads always seek equal but all with a slightly different storage substrate to handle those different workloads no that's a really good point and what's interesting too is that you know if you're around for a while like I've been in this industry you kind of see these patterns and you see trends come and go and we went from one size fits all in the nineties and early two thousands and a guy named Dr Michael stone breaker pushes hold moving around one size should not fit all when he was promoting a database called verdict uninstalled by H. P. and that's calling their storage you heard of chain kind referencing that and now we've kind of gone back to where you had these these offerings that do cater to a whole variety of use cases right so we went from from sort of Jack of all trades the of the classic Swiss army knife two very focused databases in the no sequel space which means that they didn't really here to the sequel standards it it really it here too that acid compliance we talked about and now we've got a whole variety of tools that are again sort of a one size fits all but with a much richer architecture underneath right change yeah that's exactly right and that's the part of it is when you really look at your data bases and you have a database with tens of tables hundreds of tables thousands river it might be there's differences right I might have a very modest product catalog that fits in a single table your profits on desi can be replicated but I'm I have millions of customers for millions of website visitors that's way too much now or for single server so that should be distributed what traditionally you have to choose one or the other right you can have a replicated database where all the data is on every instance but that gives you kind of a Max capacity we have a fully distributed database which is not really good with small amounts of data that was a really can agree you more of that spectrum of where you want to sit on here you shouldn't have to change databases every time you move up to a different spot right you have a different variation in your database that's really what the surgeons about because they're not a database wide choice there a per table choice so one table could be shorted one could be distributed by could be replicated well it just depends on your workload in your data and your requirements yeah and scalability is such a huge key to right and while I look back just historically here on Wednesday kill ability was really tackled by the web development world it was primarily to handle peaks at times like Christmas when you get a huge spike in activity well in the old days you just have to provision for the spike and then have all this excess capacity when the spike went away well then the M. where came along and virtualize do use of the processor so that was a big move forward but now again were several waves of innovation pass that we're now you can have these spikes accommodated with some of these new architectures again without having to pay for all the overhead net that's kind of the key right changes that you want to be able to address the capacity concerns without paying too much in terms of provisioning hardware and so forthright what exactly right and we do not our time were it goes hand in hand with the club right those two pair very well together because the cloud gives you the LSE's plasticity from a hardware point of view I'm so even if you had you know distributed or scale out system on premises what does it really need when you need to scale up to someone who'd go provision servers that someone need to find your capacity the call give me that so when you look at you askance equal which happens to be reading these cloud the bass that's when things were looking for most is not only having an inquiry to be called for everyone to use across any cloud let's build a pole in that distributed storage I was talking about and that US to see both of the database and now the cloud infrastructure making very economic very agile very fast I love the name by the way sky sequel that's really cool said that's the best kind of right we're gonna try but it was on whose skills out farther right now Sir yeah right but if you're you're kind of alluding to what's really happening in the market place which is federated systems distributed systems cloud based architectures all that kind of stuff so sky sequel if I understand correctly will allow organizations to query data across distributed systems through the cloud center up which is wonderful stop because you're going to have data in multiple places you don't want to have to move it all into the same place to be able to analyze and work with them and that's one of the key benefits of sky sequel right it is yeah you know I think there's a a couple aspects that worst the first is as you said will add these different cloud providers as we roll out so you'll be able to do you know a multi cloud or inter cloud or however you want to describe that certainly running or databases and different laces but knew the other aspect of real excited about is I'm talking to customer there Dave it happened to be on the transactional side of things so he's you know talk about how they were trying RDS but they opted to to move away from it due to cost and some your limitations here and there talk about sky sequel now because we're we're able to pride rated B. as a service to them and then they kind of put a little bit after some questioning that there's a separate team doing analytics with red shipped when they have this very convoluted ETL process to go from one to the other and we told him what we do Clymer storage and distributed analytics as well right so now space people can be that one database that solves your transaction needs and your colleagues analytical needs together instead of two different services yet to find a way to link yeah that's right when he said by the way I. D. bath database as a service which is one of the new trend these days is to to leverage technologies as a service so like you said you don't actually buy a server and just put on you can still do that but if you just rent it that's as a service ranging absolutely this is cool stuff let's bring in our fourth and final guest never want to stick around for the round tables we've got Josh what Drake from the post press conference in New York J. details but about yourself and what you see happening in the world of database yeah I'm Judy I am one of the chairs opposes conference I'm also the one of the founders of United States PostgreSQL I've been doing this basketball thing for over twenty years and when I see it I was in the other panelists and if they have a lot of great point but one of the things is being overlooked as the market is already kind of decided that host Chris is the Lennix a database when you look at the major providers who are to point postcard to use post Chris Wetherbee Microsoft or whether it be Amazon who has not only a migrated all of their legacy or records who's off of five to Postgres they've also launched their own product lines through Aurora and already I am even Google and some of your budget providers like that you know the great guys over DigitalOcean they'll have managed service instances and when you look at the enterprise when you look at something like you know BM where green call that's based on postscript we talk about red ship multiple times that it based on scripts and when you take in the reason is this one.
"shane johnson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Alaska right time for elder versus millennial Eddie the elder at forty years old Morgan number. Two the millennial twenty-six and what I'll do is I'll ask trivia questions questions about each other's generation. Got It okay Eddie. Europe I go. These are the elder questions about millennial things Eddie question number. One culture with a K.. Is the name of what celebrities baby culture with a K.. Is the name of what celebrities baby is a question that most money's no you're the elder do you get it interesting culture with a K.. Hey baby somebody that just had a baby. It's got to be one of the court actions. Let's say Him He's Kim Court. Ashington dashing yeah incorrect Morgan until you can still this. Yeah Culture with a K.. That's the baby name of who I think it's Khloe Kardashian. Med now would you have known. I I would assume Cardin what's Nice Cardi B.. Oh there you go all right Eddie. Reading David Del Brick Shane. Johnson and Jeffrey Star are famous. 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How do you know is cheating on me because I got all the blank sounds like a slang term then t I got all the gossip receipts it? We're looking for us the receipts there. You go okay after the round. This Eddie one Morgan. Number two is zero. Let's go to number two. She's the millennial so she'll get all the elder questions. Morgan number two was lime wire or was lime wire well it was really definitions wire. Let's music download illegal. Music downloading wrecked. Got that Nice. What basketball team? Michael Jordan went six championships within the nineties. indies Oh wow what basketball team didn't Michael Jordan when six championships with back in the nineties. I WANNA say okay. I'M GONNA say the Chicago Bulls. Wow Yeah Morgan number. Two if you ordered something from Columbia House what would you be ordering if you order something from Columbia House. What would you be ordering how to steal the entire CDs? Like a penny. That's right okay. Well we have a tie. Our one tiebreaker. 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"shane johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The driver of the vehicle that hit to Catholic school teachers killing one of them last night as they were leaving a staff Christmas party WBBM Brody to for your Orland park police chief Tim McCarthy says the driver who hit the two teachers outside the square killed ale house had to have known here she hit something but kept going with the kids the two together multiple videos from stores in the area our own field cameras we have significant leads already McCarthy says the vehicle that killed sixty one year old grown leisure and injured fifty four year old lives cost that is light colored say Michael school principal Paul Smith says Lee J. made a big impact on the school in her less than two years there is technology coach works with our kids what I want very often that are teachers of all of it and helping us and she's been a longtime educator and so it's it's a hard loss our parish in Orland park Bernie to for you newsradio one of five point nine FM the mother of a five year old age a friend of crystal lake who was beaten to death in his home pled guilty today to the murder thank Henry county state's attorney Patrick Chameli says Joanne Cunningham and the boy's father Andrew friend were charged with beating their son to death last April Kenneally says Cunningham avoid the potential for a much longer sentence by her plea of guilty but she still she faces up to sixty years in prison order to incentivize the plea that was language that we struck so she's looking at twenty to sixty that said that we expect that she's going to spend if not the rest of her life the vast majority of the rest of the way says Andrew friend was also charged with concealing the death by burying the body in a shallow grave in Woodstock about seven miles from the family's home before reporting that his son was missing your life is disputing on top police union officials assertions about how and why she fired former police superintendent every generous internal order of police president Kevin Graham told the sun times mayor like put in his words was jumping the gun and firing police who pretended Eddie Johnson failing to afford him due process mayor Lightfoot says Graham is dead wrong about that superintendent like all commissioner serves at the will of the mayor we've had up repeated conversations Mister Johnson and I about the incidence of that night he says she decided a change was needed and she made one the union leader says he suspects like food made the change in Shane Johnson to pave the way for bringing in an outsider to run the police department the mayor responded that's silly that's not what this is about at city hall crack delamar newsradio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time three thirty three on Capitol Hill house lawmakers will proceed to drop articles of impeachment against the president mess with me an angry house speaker Nancy Pelosi dressed down a reporter who asked her if she hated president trump the question came after pelo C. ordered articles of impeachment to be drawn against the president's I don't hate anyone and always pray for the president but Republicans like house minority leader Kevin McCarthy staple OC and house Democrats have been gunning for the president since they assume the majority they've always wanted to impeach the president watch them at their word swatch about their actions watch what they have done bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill democratic presidential candidate former VP Joe Biden angrily lashing out at a voter who question his son's overseas business dealings at a campaign stop you're selling access to the president just like us so you must not turn in the suburbs of the draw faces the possibility of impeachment after pressuring Ukrainian government to investigate the bidens he has made he is he has made the box claims about corruption and there's evidence that the bidens engaged in any wrongdoing health news the CDC says deaths from measles is rising Dr Robert Lincoln says there were more than one hundred and forty thousand deaths in just twenty eighteen when a person is infected with measles the measles virus actually wipes out a broad part of their immune system the number of reported measles cases around the world for this year is more than six hundred and sixty thousand that's a three fold increase over this time last year a company that claims to have the first drug to slow mental decline from Alzheimer's disease made its case it's scientist today at an Alzheimer's conference instead of the truck is called do can new map and its goal is to help the body clear harmful plaques or protein clumps from the brain it's developers stops studies earlier this year because it didn't seem to be working then did a stunning about face in October and said new results suggest it was effective at a higher dose Mary Carrillo is with the Alzheimer's association and had no role in the study these are really uncharted waters for the Alzheimer's community and what we can say about a twenty three percent reduction in cost of decline is that it is the largest reduction that we have seen to date in a clinical study the company leading the development of the drug Biogen says it will seek FDA approval early next year I'm surely antler coming up in ninety seconds low gas prices traffic and weather together WBBM news time three thirty six looking for the perfect gift look.
"shane johnson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Area today takes about three months to walk down the east coast at twenty two miles a day carrying a one hundred pound backpack he raises money this goal this year well he can tell you about that because he's with us this morning good morning to Shane checking in from New York City this morning. Sir are you well I'm I'm well and you must be well I are you excited or do you feel like all my goodness I have to walk all the way to Florida. fire guardians barred along with you your time to reflect in the morning and for some reason nobody wants to join the euro or bug me too much this early in the morning so it works so you have a goal to raise a million dollars for the Gary Sinise foundation I have this R. I. S. eve rise program it bills smart homes for severely wounded veterans and how how do you how does walking the floor to raise the money. well I think it might be a great business project crazy ideas to market get people aware of something and let them know strong called actually has think it's just a different format in a new way of advertising on Facebook online is just really getting out and connecting with people in general and tell him about it because they were passionate about miss more passionate about and then Oakley giving organizations. along the way to connect and response so what is it that that makes you do this is there is there something that happened to you that bad that said you know that inspired you to to you know go through this which I you know to the average person seems pretty grueling and I mean you you've gone across the country you've gone seven thousand miles twenty states yet you speak in sixty cities as you're doing that what has motivated you to do this. actually it's quite a few things but I think more importantly it it's a it's a lead lead type thing you know at the end of the day our country desires the ability to build a lead from opponents are foundation as as a as an entrepreneur motivational speaker and I was blessed with a great work ethic my father not allowed me the opportunity to be what some people consider relatively successful I think the best way to use your produce more successes give back more people and educate the better population that you know we don't we don't have to be a victim of our own talents we can do things we can be more we need a lot of the principles and tools or talk to us in the military and be a productive citizen in society and and when we get out there the colors. you know a lot of the veterans stories that you get I'm in a really great examples to motivate and inspire the rest of us aren't they. yes Sir and that's what this is really all about it it's a completely different narrative than the norm is to talk about the things that the military has given us and taught us so much and spend so much money and time to develop and instead of just leaving it the day that we get our using and hundreds and early one to create a better economy in a better. so you've been in New York I guess for at least a couple of days I know yesterday you were meeting with first responders what is that experience like when you meet those folks. it was amazing I think it was it was actually really easy when I say that it's just that you know to be able to tell them how important they are you know my my speech along the country's more leadership and family values so yesterday I wanted them to know you know how important they are that you know when I was a little kid you know being part of the marquis de was was something amazing and wonderful man yeah my daughter being four years old wants to be a police officer when she grows up I want them to know that they represent what some kids what about other people consider superheroes and I was it was a great a great speech angry on. so when when you're hiking you know are you just on the road by yourself to do people turn out to meet you how does that work. well you can usually it's early in the morning and ran to get up and get going there but you're more than welcome to me that are being used this year a lot of Ammar or closed audience honors or thirty six news about a hundred eighty thousand people in total one down but they're more than welcome to join a longer out of the garage across America dot com you can see our menu listing kind of what will be on what we're doing but yeah I mean I'm more looking to but not too if you want to get that early in the morning so I'm looking I'm looking at the list of cities ago from New York it'll take a couple of days you get to a Philadelphia Washington DC Quantico Virginia Richmond Norfolk Chesapeake good farmville Virginia Blacksburg Virginia Charlotte North Carolina Parris island South Carolina Savannah Georgia celebration Mayport Jacksonville cocoa beach in Florida I mean there's a lot of different stops along the way I'm hoping that you'll be able to check in with us and and tell us about you know your experiences on the road and and share some of the stories that you that you're picking up the do you find that when you walk into a town you're carrying this one hundred pound backpack that that you know veterans or or first responders turn out and if they want to share their stories with you. well yes Sir and that's again that's another big part of what we're doing here is we want to hear the success stories we want to hear about no not always the struggles of everything when it goes in one direction and how it just stays there the we we are we actively go after them to tell us about the success stories we want to hear about how they're being productive citizens community college wanting the pause the way either building a business in doing something in using those principles are actually very open we anomaly in a successful people it's just been great conversations just in the last couple of days so I can't wait for this year's torture going to each month so tell us a little bit about the about by the way for our listeners we are now at that eighteen minutes before the hour we're talking with T. Shane Johnson is kicking off his hike across America from the New York City ground zero area of this morning so tell us a little bit about the the needs of the severely wounded heroes and and how it how smart homes can help them. yes well as I'm sure most people know and if you don't get you know when you when you have the entries of combat whether they be seen or unseen on the can be difficult and challenging yeah to have a home in the normal world so the idea behind the rhizomes to make them adaptive smartphones make it make it a little easier. okay daylight so that the of the objective Gary Sinise obviously there's a tremendous amount of things with its foundation assistance when we selected this year this part of the foundations and when. are they are these homes that you can outfit to be smart home city have to build them from scratch. built from scratch file so I guess that's going to take a lot of money how can people help out with that. well you can visit our site I customer dot com on the conspirators uses of condition directly there there's a donate button for that a quick right onto it goes through our partnership please with donation and respond that way they like to support the High Court from their mobile again I cross market dot com and not the a button for that as well so to say by the way do I call you T. Shane is that how that works. yes Sir okay so you know it's it's important to look back and observe the day and commemorate if but I like the fact that you're taking it and also looking forward is that your is that like a philosophical Phil philosophy of your life. it is I think it's a it's a glossary of the marine corps the you know I can't speak for other branches but I know that being a marine you know and anything that's a passport number how much the pressure is thinking of these you know the veteran community again I have a different perspective I I can go back to real simple side of it is that all the issues in the planes and things that we have a difference of one of the leaders of the significance of under power pack the idea behind it is the burden of leadership is not something you can just put down and it's not white it's something that we have to do because for the not not any better and as an issue you know most of us are yeah we did great and we join the military and serve our country and we got out and I think that those of us that don't have those entries odds are it's our job to lead from the front end build and grow and take the stencil down to the civilian sector and become. productive leaders of the community again TJ Johnson I hope that you check in with us from the road would like to hear your stories as you travel and also maybe stop by studio twelve here when you come to Washington keychain Johnson thank you so much I appreciate your being on first light this morning. we're not fifteen before the hour we're gonna come back with headline sports and weather and then we're gonna talk to Jerry bold lander about what happened at the U. S. capitol.
"shane johnson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Operator the Haitians now if you're going to be involved but we also have things like inside the map which allow you to see how the database was working the security policies are they in place properly and right now I mean if people do a multi class talk about golden opportunity appeared EDA if you know how to do that you are you can write your own paycheck yeah multi cloud is going to be key and you know distributed is such an interesting concept in and of itself so we actually have a new senior analyst here the blower group really really sharp guy who just came back from the D. web conference which is the distributed web conference and this whole concept of decentralization really is taken off the seat of course and the internet that's on the internet can stand up and be resilient just because it is truly decentralized and then you see of course in big coin and you're seeing it more and more the data space and database space you have to think through things a bit more carefully in terms of your architecture in terms of the applications and how they interact with your database environment but distributed development is a very very hot topic and it's gonna stay hot prickle for quite some time I have to think so folks yeah we're talking with several great guest today on the am radio we've got Patrick fad the data stack so bring it back right after the break we've got Shane Johnson we heard from already agreed to be he'll be back for the round table and my good buddy Robert reads from data goal is going to tell us more about how you can manage these environments with multiple database instances I'll be curious to hear what the latest is with chemical but the general thrust of things we're seeing right now is that the cloud is sucking up a lot of energy everybody's looking to the cloud I really credit Microsoft and such and the della for that quite frankly because Microsoft going whole hog into the cloud really opened a lot of eyes out there a lot of big businesses want to.
"shane johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Make a Starbucks run there's a caramel creamer to make your Cup taste like a caramel macchiato there's a white chocolate creamer to recreate the sweet white chocolate mocha and a cinnamon dolce creamer inspired by their cinnamon dolce latte so you'll be able to add them to your shopping cart at the the grocery wrist lists come August apparently going to be on the shelves and willing to put those things that they have to be refrigerated probably not Starbucks the coffee creamers come in some rather popular drink flavors and I'm sure ants bunch of calories to the morning Cup of Joe he claimed he was just the exterminator knocking on the door when an accused peeping Tom is busted by the cops and here's boxes Tom regarding a South Carolina doctors accused of spying on an eighteen year old while the young man showered at a beach rental house sixty four year old James ball is charged with eavesdropping voyeurism for the incident at folly beach prosecutors say the man and his father Saul ball looking through a peephole into the shower area when confronted about why he was under the house ball told the two oh one the rant guy the cops say they found hidden viewing areas around the house and then another property ball owns across the street ball was accused of indecent exposure in two thousand three charges were later dismissed timer gaudy fox news red guy all right gonna put him in the brilliant of the week folder what's a really own you ask well it's kind of a deal to the tenth power little Italian slang for you there which of course is gonna support here in Rhode Island and we name our bully on big blue brilliant sponsored by the way by a credible exterminator which is the big blue bug solutions and nibbles would way we name our brilliant of the week just before we part company on Fridays before nine o'clock face sap being based in Russia made a lot of people ditch that app right we talked about that last week but guess what funny apps out there the grab your personal data you might not even be aware of them as you put them on your smartphone you've accepted the terms of service on every app on your device you know whether or not you took the time to read that small print but have you really really read all of that stuff probably not so it's time to make you aware and take the step of reading through all of that fine print and ditch the ones that you're not comfortable with so here the top apps that actually call your personal data and you might not even be of it aware of it Facebook of course you know that they're doing that right instagrams doing it to watch app Google Amazon and flickr I'll do it pretty much you can't escape having to let some of your info be collected so we don't have anything to hide you got nothing to worry about but you if you're a scare this is Shane Johnson of the going to violate your privacy while those are some of the ones I've been every one of you I have those apps on your smartphone Hey Christina we talked about this a while back that hotel that's Taco Bell deny amber that well they're pop up hotel on menu has popped up good the bell it's called the officially opened up for guests on August the eighth you when I missed it but they're sharing some details about what they'll be serving there the menu looks a little bit different than what Taco Bell regular she used to including dishes like eggs top nachos avocado toast along with tacos and crunch wraps by the way those Burger King tacos they get and destroy Hayward hammered on social media they're not the king of the exact cause I guess thank you make burgers you know make tacos first up the Baja blast birthday freeze that celebrates the cult favorite drinks fifteenth anniversary Taco Bell hasn't really said how this one differs from the regular Baja blast I guess we have to take their word for it but the Cup does appear to be covered and festival and festive sprinkles and as for the food there's the toasted cheddar club sandwich with crispy chicken jalapeno bacon avocado cheddar lettuce and tomato which comes with fries and natural price too because those babies it back so that's what's on the menu at that Taco Bell the bell the pop up hotel but that last thing you said said almost sounded like an actual sandwich yeah but my guess is it all tastes the same exact thing those acts on well but nobody's complaining that two or three o'clock in the morning a man comes across an alligator in Staten Island believe it or not luckily he had some experience dealing with them here's fox's rob Dawson Gators in a borough of New York City are not common at all and would scare many people in the area but likely the man who came across this skater had some Florida living experience Staten Island resident don Walters says he spotted the three foot reptile while looking for worms in a park I was able to catch it before police arrived he tells the New York Post in addition to his Florida living experience is what's plenty of TVA and was a big fan of the late Australian crocodile hunter Steve when rob Dawson fox news three free I don't know when I see like borderline being being frightened three feet a century evil looking you know they really are and now the quick crown yes they're very fast they can run up to forty five miles an hour but does I'm educated you and how to avoid them because I lived in in Florida unfortunately for two years and they can't they can run fast but they can only went straight so you tell me this is the fact we have to serpentine serpentine you gonna goes again in sag because they get those little legs Syria and Haley Willard from Delaware believe that all children should fall asleep to bed time stories so these two sisters listen to what they do they log on to Facebook live five nights a week in the read to kids engine that social media doing something good is that possible wow that is news him she says we take turns reading thirteen years old that's all these kids are the sisters better reading she explained it all started to help kids get a bed time story because maybe their parents are just too busy or they don't have the time to read and that's what we're helping out with soap to prep for the week here's what they do these girls they visit the library not the library by the way right okay as they visit the library to pick out books each Sunday and so far they've gotten about one hundred viewers to tune in Dr Seuss is the favorite he always creeped me out Dr Seuss yes I am but the girls also make a point to incorporate stories from all backgrounds to they said when we read stories we try to use black characters because we don't see a lot of them around here so we're here to tell people that black kids are out there to apparently so where they from Delaware okay yeah it's pretty white as with Healy shared apparently their night time readings have inspired the sisters to write their own books about blended families about that so they she got stories that have black characters might want to avoid to Tom Sawyer Huck Finn however I just a tad offensive is that still required reading a grammar school levels you know that's a good question we should check that out and also you know have they gone into the Mark Twain classics and said moon we might want to redact this we might want to redact that I don't know have they made that we can find out all right because that really at that not that that's a that's an itch I got a scratch all right I'm curious to look into that one yeah I'm curious about this have they taken the liberty and do they have the right to take the liberty or is that censorship I don't know right you know do they have the right to take the liberty to kind of redact some of the a descriptive adjectives if we will colorful language yes the colorful a character names in some Mark Twain novels from past but that was required reading you know even when I was in high school I remember I I was for I was forced I was required there we go in parochial school you require do not force I was required to read huckleberry Finn in high school okay engine then yeah yeah it used to be required reading years and years ago of course by now charcoal and gas lamps when I was in grammar school required reading Mark Twain but then it all of a sudden it rolled into high school from yeah strange very interesting I'm a look into that one right thank you so much yes Sir research department civil war film glory is making its way back to theaters for thirtieth anniversary his boxes Machel Pelino.
"shane johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Eight o'clock straight up. We're so glad you're with us. Thanks for being here. I'm saying Shane Johnson trending right now is more money, the answer governor Newsom in an interview with KFC K tells us why he is spending one billion taxpayer dollars on the homeless crisis. And why he believes it will lead to a solution paper receipts at a store near you. Why they could be going away. And President Trump and speaker Pelosi take shots at each other. The featured audio clips of this hour, that have some shaking their heads in less than five minutes, the first will get you out on the roadway. So we've got maybe commute traffic maybe some escape for the holiday weekend traffic here right now. It's not too bad, although we do have an accident causing a delay on highway, sixty five you making the commute from Lincoln, this morning, this will affect you southbound sixty five pleasant grove boulevard couple of vehicles involved. No one's heard. It's in the Senate, however, you're going to get the slowdown just as you approach west sunset. Good news is once you get past it all then. No problems in front of you full speed the rest of the way to I eighty from Roosevelt to the split just nine minutes past displayed westbound on the cab city freeway just eleven minutes down and thickening up on the eastbound side though, from fifty to the American river. If you're coming in from elk grove on I five that's also easing up. Fourteen minutes there to make it into downtown seventeen minutes on highway ninety nine particularly heavy right now from macro deflore and road fifty from Poulsen still a twenty minute drive, your first lowdown until you get to highway ninety nine AB coming in from woodland on I five twenty four minutes in all the heavy traffic is between eighty and the garden highway. And no delays coming in from Davis right now sixteen minutes gets you to downtown. But if you spot something on the road in front of you and what a pass it along. Call the traffic tip line down to fifty and say traffic traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons. Ryan, nobles news, ninety three point one KFC K times clowns. And sunshine today with a high of seventy six degrees and mostly cloudy, low fifty.
"shane johnson" Discussed on WTVN
"Chillicothe demand is facing theft and other charges following an alleged break in at the Highland county. Fairgrounds. Officials say Shane Johnson was indicted in early December on felony charges of breaking and entering and grand theft of a vehicle along with associated theft charges. Prosecutors say he broke into the fairgrounds on November twelfth and stole a pickup truck tolls and other property belonging to the Ross county agricultural society Johnson is due back in Highland county Common Pleas court on Wednesday yesterday. The Columbus foundation celebrated its seventy fifth anniversary with their big explore event, featuring several museums and other attractions in town explores didn't have to search too hard for their destinations. Thanks to this interactive map on quotas website listing all of the locations, including the Franklin park conservatory, Columbus museum of art and the national Veterans Memorial, but just to name of you. That's what made us. Number one. We are on time we have operators who go above and beyond and service. They take care of our people and we're figuring out ways for people to move in this community. So that they can thrive. So many hidden jewels were found around the city during this exciting day. Putting the adventure into the spirits of many and making Christopher Columbus. Pretty darn proud. ABC six is Joe Sam a Bill that looks to set the minimum age to get married in the state of Ohio in eighteen is now on its way to governor John casick desk under current law. The minimum age for men to get married. It's eighteen but women can get married at the age of sixteen with approval from the parents, the date news reports that judges have also approved exceptions for marriages involving dozens of younger pregnant teens between the year two thousand twenty fifteen the Bill which received bipartisan support from state lawmakers would still allow seventeen year olds to marry someone up to four years older if a juvenile quarter proves and they wait two weeks..
"shane johnson" Discussed on WTVN
"A chillicothe demand is facing theft and other charges following an alleged break in at the Highland county. Fairgrounds. Officials say Shane Johnson was indicted in early December on felony charges of breaking and entering and grand theft of a vehicle along with associated theft charges. Prosecutors say he broke into the fair grounds on November twelfth and stole a pickup truck along with tolls and other property belonging to the Ross county agricultural society Johnson is due back in Highland county Common Pleas court on Wednesday yesterday. The Columbus foundation celebrated its seventy fifth anniversary with their big explore event, featuring several museums and other attractions in town explores didn't have to search too hard for their destinations. Thanks to this interactive map on quotas website listing all of the locations, including the Franklin park conservatory. Columbus museum of art avenue. National veterans. Morial just to name of you. That's what made us number one. We are on time we have operators who go above and beyond and service. They take care of our people and we're figuring out ways for people to move in this community. So that they can thrive. So many hidden jewels were found around the city during this exciting day, putting the ad venture into the spirits of many and making Christopher Columbus. Pretty doggone proud ABC. Six is Joe Sam a Bill that looks to set the minimum age to get married in the state of Ohio in eighteen is now on its way to governor John desk under current law. The minimum age for men to get married. It's eighteen but women can get married at the age of sixteen with approval from the parents, the date news reports that judges have also approved exceptions for marriages involving dozens of younger pregnant teens between the year two thousand twenty fifteen the Bill which received by partisan support from state lawmakers would still allow seventeen year olds to marry someone up to four years older if a juvenile quarter proof..
"shane johnson" Discussed on WTVN
"His radio six ten WTVN. I'm Sean Gallagher. A chillicothe demand is facing theft and other charges following an alleged break in at the Highland county. Fairgrounds. Officials say Shane Johnson was indicted in early December on felony charges of breaking and entering and grand theft of a vehicle along with associated theft charges. Prosecutors say he broke into the fairgrounds on November twelfth and stole a pickup truck along with tolls and other property belonging to the Ross county agricultural society Johnson is due back in Highland county Common Pleas court on Wednesday yesterday. The Columbus foundation celebrated its seventy fifth anniversary with their big explorer van featuring several museums and other attractions in town explores didn't have to search too hard for their destinations. Thanks to this interactive map, one code has website listing all of the locations, including the Franklin park conservatory Columbus museum of art. And the national Veterans Memorial. But just to name of you. That's what made us number one. We are on time we have operators who go above and beyond and service. They take care of our people and we're figuring out ways for people to move in this community. So that they can thrive. So many hidden jewels were found around the city during this exciting day, putting the ad venture into the spirits of many and making Christopher Columbus. Pretty doggone proud ABC. Six is Joe Sam a Bill that looks to set the minimum age to get married in the state of Ohio at eighteen is now on its way to governor John casick statuesque under current law. The minimum age for men to get married. It's eighteen but women can get married at the age of sixteen with approval from the parents, the date news reports that judges have also approved exceptions for marriages involving dozens of younger pregnant teens between the year two thousand twenty fifteen the Bill which received by partisan support from state lawmakers would still allow seventeen year olds to marry someone up to four years older if a juvenile court approves. And they wait two weeks..
"shane johnson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And I was I was thinking he's thinking what the hell is she got himself into. Because you didn't know who sticks and tear that place up of one now where where was the first Christmas party? Do you? Remember it Ruth's, Chris? Oh, yeah. No. I mean, I do remember that. And we we we got ourselves a little back room and the whole the whole gang showed up. Yeah. And everybody's just kept coming in. I didn't know who worked for who. Who's a caller? I didn't know anything. I just kind of stood around. But not I noticed you in that corner. And you turn looking lift looking right. Look at harder left looking harder. Right. And you never really kinda quit fidgeting in in Phoenix. Hey, wouldn't we be fixing all of a sudden you're sitting down with I'm and Phyllis? Who else was remember, Catherine, Shane Johnson, Charleville Ville? Yeah. Ray from Springville Elmo. There was no Jim from Tuscaloosa because quite a few people. And then that's that's also that they Sports Illustrated said, you were the number eleven show in this country out of all these huge markets that was very impressive. We thought that was a big deal. It was a big deal. And and it would be a big deal today with any program, including this one let you pass that, you know, listen to the lady talking about cats when she's talking about high school football seems to me all these different levels of football. All these kids are pretty much of the same talent same strength and speed to high school level. Does have a few kids that maybe a little more college ready, but it's still real competitive. The same thing with the college game the same thing with the pro game. It gets a little bit more aggressive as it gets taller. But the injuries of say that may not be as long lasting. But high school football junior has not come down. You pick them up doing again knocking down pick them up. Dude. Kenyan Jim Jim from Tuscaloosa can tell us so much about that. Because you know, that's when he got hurt. So maybe she does have a point. It's devastating Paul. He his Johnny have a good day. Scott is up next Scott. Good afternoon. Welcome to the program. How are you? Thank you. So. Go right ahead. Good. And I just want to say it's pronounced Karen. I'm. Anyway, I was going to piggyback on some she said, but that's not my original point. But you know, what I played high school football joining the military. I knew the risks. I knew what could happen. You know? And you just if you're a tough boy, that's what you do. You know, and um anyway, my original question was. I'm kind of curious about the progression of dual threat quarterback throughout the years. Because I started watching college football joining new so was my original hero and nineteen seventy-one co captain from Alabama roll tide. But the game was changed. And I kinda wanted to get your take on that have a game was changed with these dual threat quarterbacks to Jalen. You know pocket passer don't seem to be producing. No. I mean, I mean right now, we are in our in our P O evolution. And I don't think it will last forever. It certainly it certainly seeped into pro football right now is having a profound effect but tie, you know, Tom Brady can't play forever. Well, that's a good point. He's great. But and I don't really like them. But right. How do these guys? You not go to the NFL insect seat. Well, Dak Prescott. Did you don't need that Prescott has has surprised people? And he continues to surprise people. It's just a different game right now. But one thing I do know Scott as you do football is a cyclical sport and a couple of years ago. You know, there are a lot of people like Nick Sabin. We're fighting this. Now, he's in braced it, but it will change again. I can't tell you how and why or when but but it definitely will. Thank you, very very much for the call will in North Carolina. Hello will Paul. How are you? I just wanted to change something for minute. I just wanted to call in and say that how proud I am to Josh Allen things in these had and type kitty is and and his background how he just just fake himself a football player. I just wanted to grass lake him on all the ORs is one. And then he's a terrific kid..
"shane johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"These American heroes in here this morning. Thank you to them. And thank you. I think anybody who's been in the military wants to get medals. But the last one you wanna get the one you don't wanna get as a purple heart. And we've got purple heart awardees right here. It's seven forty seven on AM Tampa Bay. And let's go to the newsroom now, Chris treatment, a mother and daughter are hurt after an argument with a neighbor turned violent in Pinellas county it happened late yesterday afternoon in Clearwater on north MLK avenue. Police say fifty year old Melissa settler stabbed Shaniqua face. And her daughter, Shane Johnson after an argument outside their homes. The forty one year old mother and twenty three year old daughter are out of the hospital settlers in jail for aggravated battery. A woman is dead. After an armed standoff in Pinellas county, it happened in Seminole on eighty sixth avenue for neighbor said that Cheryl carpenters punched him during an argument when deputies arrived at the woman's home. They found her armed that led to a four hour standoff. A swat team entered the home last night and found the sixty five year old dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound crime in Florida went down eight percent in the first half of twenty eight. According to the Florida Department of law enforcement, but not every category declined murder and rape increased slightly FDLE says one reason for the murderer increase might have been the parkland high school shooting in February which took seventeen lives on Chris Aikman. Newsradio nine seventy WFL. A now, let's check ninety five point three WD. Sportscenter on there and Jacobson the Tampa Bay Lightning saw their three game win streak. Come to an end following a three to one loss to the Anaheim ducks last night at Emily arena. The lightning close out their season longtime five game homestand Thursday. When they host the Buffalo Sabres at Emily seven thirty PM puck drop. No lock scored a career-high eighteen points in the Gators beat north Florida ninety eight to sixty six yesterday up next Florida plays West Virginia in the Jimmy V classic next Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, the family of UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton says he has nerve damage in his right leg..
"shane johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Would you please to? Try to identify it. But they got her and took her off to jail. Gas and then tried to ninety. Yes them and try. That's a story. From Lionel that I just saw on Twitter. But it's those stories are out there. It had to do the the search. Love to be. I don't think so you might not Jeff would. I don't even think Jeff would like that. Oh, wow. Anyway, we gotta talk about the Taliban and ISIS sneaking in with the migrants. Say sneaking something else after that story. Different story entirely. We're talking about our southwest border. And they say they've been at least fifteen confirmed cases of terrorists from groups like ISIS, and the Taliban trying to come into the country here over the years. And this is they're saying this is a golden moment for them. All they have to do is joined the migrants, and boom they're in. And that is pretty frightening. We said that a long time ago that if if the bad guys want to get into this country, they don't have to come a Syrian refugees or anything all they have to do is these guys and they're wearing burqas or anything like that. All they have to do is go down, and in the Mexico and come across our border, and that's it because our borders are wide open. We're going to hear from. A couple of people here in. Let's see we're at five forty five. What do we got coming? Yeah. We'll be able to hear from Patrick and Jim here in a couple of minutes, but first of all at five forty five. Let's go to the newsroom and Chris treatment a mother and daughter are hurt after an argument with a neighbor turned violent in Pinellas county it happened late yesterday afternoon in Clearwater on north MLK avenue. Police say fifty year old Melissa says ler stabs Geneva face and her daughter, Shane Johnson after an argument outside their homes. The forty one year old mother and twenty three year old daughter are out of the hospital settlers in jail for aggravated battery. A woman is dead. After an armed standoff in Pinellas county, it happened in Seminole on eighty sixth avenue for neighbor said that Cheryl carpenters punched him during an argument when deputies arrived at the women's home. They found her armed that led to a four hour standoff a swat team entered the hall last night and found the sixty five year old dead. Of a self inflicted gunshot wound crime in Florida went down eight percent in the first half of two thousand eighteen according to the Florida Department of law enforcement, but not every category declined murder and rape increased slightly FDLE says one reason for the murderer increase might have been the parkland high school shooting in February which took seventeen lives on Chris tranquil NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a knowledge checks more than ninety five point three WD. Sportscenter on there and Jacobson the Tampa Bay Lightning saw their three game win streak. Come to an end following a three to one loss to the Anaheim ducks last night at Emily arena. The lightning close out their season longtime five game homestand Thursday. When they host the Buffalo Sabres at Emily seven thirty PM puck drop. No lock scored a career-high eighteen points in the Gators beat north Florida ninety eight to sixty six yesterday up next Florida plays West Virginia in the Jimmy V. Classic next Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, the family. Of UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton says, he has nerve damage in his right leg. But blood flow has been restored he's recovering from the injury. He suffered during UCS game against USF. He's been treated at Tampa General Hospital for more on these stories. Listening to Tampa Bay sports radio ninety five point three w d a e. News every.
"shane johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nine hundred seventeen the prior year a four percents new research is helped me to explain why people join groups and how members. Who want to leave, can be de radicalized western Zena wrote about these efforts in a recent piece for mother Jones headlines inside, the radical uncomfortable. Movement. To reform white supremacists in the article. He profiles Shane Johnson a former Klan member who joins us to explain why he joined, and why he left west, and, Shane welcome to you both thanks for having me meant absolutely west we we're. Approaching now the. Diversity of the August twelfth rally by the alt-right last year which ended in disaster Charlottesville Virginia In your view and your research did the, election of Donald. Trump. Encourage white supremacist right white supremacists to. Be more open about their views is that why membership in white supremacist and nationalist groups, has grown since Trump was, elected That about sure a would answer that question directly although you know my article profiles Jane Johnson who's on the line I, believe? In also an organization called life after he which works to de radicalize white supremacist is actually the only group in America that does that And what I would say about Trump is that life. After he was around it began in two thousand eleven in it's composed. Of former white supremacists who work to derive decline in other words purposes sort of a support group essentially to do that kind. Of work they were around until, in in January two thousand seventeen the Obama administration. Gave life after he had a four thousand dollar grant as part of the the department? Of security is countering violent. Extremism efforts just as Obama was leaving office just as abundant office they had awarded them with grant so four hundred thousand dollars and then in June so which. Is seven weeks before Charlottesville the Trump administration. Revoked that grant why was that. There, has been some reporting they, said one, official told the New, York Times that it was because one of the members of life after he Christian pitch Alenia was tweeting of anti-trump stuff there are other connections that A New York Times article alleged that the Sebastian Gorka and his wife played some role in. It but we don't know exactly, why honestly but we what we do know is. That this really was the catalyst for, life after hate to become huge so for two? Thousand twelve when they were. Formed those love device twelve until two thousand seventeen they hadn't done a lot of work and then they got this foreign two thousand dollars but then in when. Trump revokes the money the Blossom they. Become huge because the they do a good job of sort of promoting narrative which is. Totally fair and accurate narrative that this is, insane We're seeing this enormous spike in the boldness away supremacists and now the takeaway or money so life after he went from receiving something like one Email a. Week from from people who were seeking help from family members seeking help for their their white supremacist -ffiliated. A son or brother, or something to ten..
"shane johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Four percents new research is helping to explain why people join groups and how members who want to, leave can be. De. Radicalized western Zeno wrote about. These. Efforts, in a recent piece for mother Jones headlines inside the radical uncomfortable movements to reform, white supremacists in the article, he. Profiles Shane Johnson a former Klan member, who joins us to explain, why he joined and why he left west and Shane welcome to you both thanks for having me met absolutely Wes we're. Approaching now the. Anniversary of the August twelfth rally by the alt-right last year which ended in disaster Charlottesville Virginia In your view and your research did the election of Donald Trump encourage white supremacists right white supremacists to be more open about their. Views, is that why membership in white supremacist and nationalist groups has grown since Trump was elected that would answer that question directly although my article profiles chain Johnson who's on, the line I. Believe and also an organization called life after which works to de radicalize what supremacist is actually the only group in. America that does that and what I would say about Trump is that life after he was around it began in two thousand eleven in it's. Composed of former white, supremacists who worked derived clydes other words firms is sort of a support group essentially to do that kind, of work they. Were. Around until in in January. Two. Thousand, seventeen the Obama administration gave life after had a four thousand dollar grant as part, of the permanent of security, is Countering. Violent extremism efforts just as Obama who's leaving office just as office they had, awarded them with grant so four hundred. Thousand dollars and then in June so which is. Seven weeks before Charlottesville the Trump administration revoked that Krant why was that there has been some. Reporting they said one official told the New York Times. That it was because one of the members of life after he. Christian pitcher Piccinini was tweeting of anti-trump stuff There are other connections. That a times article alleged that the Sebastian, Gorka and his wife played some role in it but we don't know exactly why honestly but, we what we do know is that this really was the. Catalyst for life after he to become huge so for two thousand twelve when they were formed those love two, thousand twelve until two dozen seventeen they hadn't done a lot of work and then they got this four hundred thousand dollars but then in when Trump revokes the money the blossom they become huge because they they do a good job of sort of promoting, narrative which was totally fair and. Accurate narrative that this is insane we're seeing this. Enormous spike in the boldness of white, supremacists and take away our money so life after? He we from receiving something. Like one Email elite from from people who were seeking help from family members seeking help for their their white supremacist -ffiliated a son or brother or something to Ten so jumped tenfold in incense Trump is revoked for us dollars from life after they've made up for. That double in donations to the hundred thousand dollars survey went from thirty third revenues was looking at. Their filings went from thirty seven thousand.
"shane johnson" Discussed on WTMA
"Country is having unhealthy air missing in october first deadline to make such rulings the see see the agency is violating the clean air act which was put in place under the obama administration and now they're asking a federal court to intervened under obama the epa reported that taking measures to improve air quality will save up to six hundred and sixty lives a year in result in one hundred sixty thousand fewer days of miss school i'm sierra crawford any dog owners in the audience there will when you call your dog what have you named your dog correspondent jan johnson reports bella or maxed those that most popular names for dogs they share the central website rover says 44 percent of all dog names are human names inspired by powerful women like oprah madonna climbing twenty one percent from the previous year wonderwoman theme names were up 45 percent other inspiration came from star wars game of thrones and even the netflixing series stranger things on the masculine side charlie cooper and buddy were on top lucy luna n daisy picks i'm jan johnson in sports seven coastal carolina university football players have been named they 2017 sunbelt allstar rosters the highest honour went to senior linebacker shane johnson named to the alldefense second team and sc stayed basketball guard tie solomon has been released from a raleigh hospital after collapsing on the basketball court in a game against a nc state this past weekend john's island native is now at home resting going on facebook where he is thanking the emts and se states athletic staff along with hospital personnel for saving his life wtmj news time is now 735 flow this year's chris streeter round for their chris plante show today from can the walk on charleston's big talker well fifty wtma westwood one present viewpoint with bukhari sellers don lemon krikorian phil proudly bank brotherly and thank you for that than honored who really grown man i'm very proud i look after you now thank you brother listen i'm going to start with our president who has targeted you in his attacks against cnn you've been in business now for almost thirty years what's.
"shane johnson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"And be heard i welcome those that disagree because we can talk all sides of any issue latte adnan again we are looking at the death of the four members of the military killed in nigeria we're looking at first the wall why they were there why did the evacuation plain take three and leave one bear the shane johnson david johnson the david johnson left not found for two days the insensitive and after he'll insulting call that president trump made his widow warm in pregnant already a mug of two he says that her husband newly signed up for trump coming back in essence saying that the widow her motherinlaw and congresswoman frederick a wilson our knack telling the truth basically calling them lives in the military grief be just created this lie about what president trump said to the widow on the phone we're looking at this week the executive order by president trump saying that they are going to stop the federal subsidies to insurers on those basically low income level people that get their insurance because of the subsidies the government was given based on the affordable care act known as obamacare also rosewood preexisting conditions depending on it because those wide ranging insurance coverage gave them the ability to be insured if the markets narrow hebrew would preexisting conditions will not be able to continue to be insured easily president trump's executive order even opens up for insurers to not guaranteed for preexisting conditions and for giving rates that will accelerate the cost also we see the two former presidents the two immediate former presidents george bush and barack obama bove out yesterday making speeches saying there's a poisonous divisive atmosphere given to conspiracy theories given to playing to certain bases and dividing the country and i've gotta say as one who was a pounded of george bush marched on his inauguration we had the shadow inauguration at ford a more katrina in his response and lack of response abc forum on some criminal justice matters and policing but i respect what he said yesterday and of course president obama why are mostly agreed wit slaying the same thing same day in two speeches one in newark new jersey and the other in virginia where he was out campaigning for the democrats in both states who face elections this november people in new jersey and virginia need to know the.