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"tim johnson" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"We're breathing. I'm jennifer jewel and this is cultivating place. If you're just joining us tim. Johnson is the director of the botanic garden at smith college. Jimmy led to pisa. Kern is junior at smith. We'll be right back for more of their university based garden life. Journeys stay with us Okay so thinking out loud this week. It was a long really long twenty twenty and it will not be a short twenty twenty one by all forseeable measures. And that's okay. We're gardeners we can work with determination. Patience and faith. What else is gardening after. All i am really loving the fact that this episode comes on the heels of our final episode in twenty twenty with doron chavis. He rightly recounted for us. Some of the failures of imagination invitation gardens and in the garden world in general these last one hundred fifty two four hundred years. This kind of hindsight is important for us to see to say to acknowledge and to understand. It is only from there that we're going to be able to move forward freely fairly and forcefully which is why i so love this episode. The story of an old botanic gardens in many ways based on colonizing an acquisitive extractive mindset. But also on an educational mindset an educational mindset with a capacious enough perspective to understand that the exclusion of women from all the academic botanical fields was not only ridiculous but a disservice to our world. This point is not everything. That's going to solve our problems. But it's an important access point for how we might begin. It motivates me to hear. Tim and jamila talk about their work and hopes at this historic educational university based botanic garden. Their hopes for its future. A future not understood by simply weather. The garden itself will survive or have enough funds to continue but a future based on their far reaching visions. On how they serve the greater world in thriving how they adapt and evolve and respond to be of relevance and cultural integrity. In this world moving.
"tim johnson" Discussed on WTVN
"Toe. Leave mine on and you brought up a good point, Josh, I mean that for a lot of cars, all of a sudden that is going to be the The protected area that doesn't have bugs and thousands of miles of road grit all over it. So if somebody's going to buy a brand new car Um, I get it. You know, it looks a lot more. It's beautiful. It's a lot more streamlined if you don't have that front plate, but I do think it's going to inhibit law enforcement. I believe that they know they made a case that The Reagan toques, you know that they probably would not have ID her killer as quickly. Had they not had that technology that the What is it? The plate spotter or whatever. They've got a device that can read those plates as you kind of cruise through a neighborhood. But I thought this guy was wearing an ankle bracelet. If you can't keep track of a guy with an ankle bracelet as good as you can, the front license plate. I'm just I mean, I'm not. But I'm just saying that they went through neighborhoods, you know, skin shirt, and I think it was they were looking for her vehicle, right? I think that's what it was Something like that. And so if you're going down the road and You're approaching from the opposite direction, and it can't get a clean read. On the On on the back plate. You could hopefully, you know, get it as you're going back through and staggered on the front plate. But is that a big issue for you Are you are happy that there's and well our will. Our will. Things get cheaper now that you're not getting to license plates. How will they still so cas for the same amount of money and you only need to have I guess you only needed to have the one sticker anyway. You put on the back, right? Yeah. They only charged you for one for one of those. So Yeah, your your car? Is it going to be a thing of beauty? Now that you can remove the front license plate? If you think if you've really got an opinion, one way, or another 8 to 1 W TV and 806 10 W TV and, um Coming up at 6 36 We'll talk with Tim Johnson. He's of revolution mortgage dot com. And we'll find out as have you tried to do a re fire. And were you successful? Because from what I understand, and I'll be honest, we're trying.
"tim johnson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Us about that is doctor Tim Johnson Dr Johnson is the system vice president of medical group in population help operations for SSM health doctor Johnson thanks for joining us thanks for having me so explain to me what are you doing at SSM health to expand telehealth options maybe I'll start by giving a little bit of a context context so we're all living under these new stay at home regulations which had been put in place to try to keep ourselves safe in our community states our patients a and in that particular context we realize that there are patients that still need share prices have chronic medical conditions and other issues that need to be taken care of but it's not necessarily safe for them to go into an office and see their provider face to face and we felt like by providing them with options to be able to connect with their providers their physicians there nurse practitioners or physician assistant teleradio visit and we can still do a really good job of taking care of the patients to keep him safe I keep the providers take the care giver steak so in that context we really have kind of opened up options for our patients you know they can call their offices and they can get set up with a tele video visit and in some cases where they don't have the capability of a tele video visit even a telephone that that can happen and so they can make sure they get the care that they need and they can stay healthy how would that work what I call yes so there are a couple of ways to access the television business or the telehealth visits one would be to call your doctor's office and set up a visit that way they can get you set up with a televisual visit or telephone visit the other thing to do is you can go to the SSM website which is SSM health dot com and you know there's a leak there and where you can schedule a tele health visit so a couple different ways to do that what sort of visits with this be ideal for so all sorts of visit I I think kind of the the type of is that I think about our patients who have chronic high blood pressure issues and so they need that check in with their provider to make sure that their medicine is adjusted properly or somebody has you know some type of thyroid issue or cholesterol issue and we can even do an annual wellness visit to Tel Aviv your visits and so these are kind of preventive type visits where you could think about what kind of cancer screenings to be done what kind of advance care planning should happen so really almost any type of is it can happen through television there are some that that that don't necessarily lend themselves to tell a video visit I work as a cook and it is necessary but most chronic disease management can happen through television okay we're talking with doctor Tim Johnson Dr Johnson is the system vice president of medical group and population health operations at SSM health doctor Johnson are you still doing a lot of corona virus calls or assessments on telehealth and yes we are so that is something that as patients need to be evaluated I can't say for having code nineteen we can do that for telehealth really the easiest way to do that is to go on the website that I mentioned earlier and there's a banner there you can just click on a link and basically it's a virtual visit that will screen you for macro virus or cobit nineteen activities to see if you need to be evaluated further yeah that's still happening post code nineteen in that world that we all hope we get to shortly how much of an impact you think telehealth will have on our health care in the days months years to come let me tell you that telemedicine telehealth I mean it's here to stay we had really good evidence that are younger populations wanted to do tell help teleradio visits there was some question whether or not our older patients would embrace at that type of technology that type of visit but as we've done more and more of these teleradio today all patients of all ages have really really enjoyed being able to connect with their providers this way so and maybe to give an example before Kobe hectic political the pandemic started very very you have our business were done after teleradio visits through telephones now upwards of thirty forty percent are being done through talent and teleradio visits for telemedicine I would really get the tax ID I think this is fundamentally change the way our patients think about interacting with our providers in Justin partly I think the providers themselves the physicians that nurse practitioners and physician assistants have gotten comfortable with the technology that had some experience with it and so now they're comfortable with it our patients are comfortable with it I I think it is a really important part of how we will deliver healthcare into the future yeah that's something I want to ask you about how does it change our doctor does his or her job it is interesting so when you go to medical school when I went to medical school I kind of always envisioned myself sitting in front of the patient and having that personal face to face connection creating relationships I think now the television of it it's it's a little bit of a shift in mindset for the providers are realizing Hey I could still have a relationship with my patient even though it may be to your screen I we can still take care of them the way they need to be taken care of I would think a little bit more broadly about what kind of things are appropriate to be taken care of after a time of your visit it doesn't mean it's safe spaces that aren't important and that's still going to be an important component of absent as a co exams and some conditions but moving forward I think we'll be able to do a lot more of our follow up visits through an teleradio interaction rather than a face to face interaction and I think that's pretty critical right now is well because I'm hearing that doctor visits hospital visits for non cobit related illnesses are way down in and doctors are fearing some people are not paying attention to their health needs that's a good point what are the potential dangers of everybody staying at home is that simple things like decrease in the amount of normal activity right that number of steps you take in a day are your dietary habits I think they're all sorts of memes out there about a dietary habits that have changed in the back in these times what we don't want is people chronic medical conditions to get worse which leads to poor health outcomes in the near future and in the far future because we've been so focused on the stay at home.
March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal
"March twenty fourth. Two thousand eighteen is now one of the most infamous days in the history of Cricket. But it wasn't because of an incredible player controversial officiating it's because somebody committed a be most brazen acts of cheating the sport had ever seen and it was all caught on camera. Welcome to sports criminals of our cast. Original this is the twenty ninth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson and today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eighteen and a scandal known as sandpaper gate in rocked. The cricket world in shock fans and pundits alike when you see images of white-clad gentlemen playing cricket. It's hard to imagine. Any of them are capable of cheating. The sport is so proper that some games even feature a mandated. Lunch break in a twenty minute pause for afternoon tea but it was during one of these breaks that Australian cricketeres hatched one of the most notorious scandals in the sport's history March twenty four. Th Two thousand eighteen was the third day of a four match series between Australia and South Africa. The teams were nodded at one. A piece with South Africa was starting to pull away if the Australians did mount a comeback. They were in serious trouble desperate to gain edge on their rivals. Some of Australia's senior players came up with a plan team. Captain Steve Smith notice that the Africans were struggling with balls thrown with reverse swing akin to a knuckleball pitcher in baseball to give the ball movement Smith and Group of players decided to rough it up a bit on his way. Back out to the green fielder. Cameron bancroft grabbed piece of sticky tape from an equipment bag and stuffed it in his pocket when no one was looking. He grabs some dirt and stuck it on the tape creating sort of homemade sandpaper the next time. He got the ball. He used the tape to scuff it. he wasn't as sneaky as he thought. Tv cameras captured the whole thing and casted on the jumbotron for all to see. Bancroft tried to hide the evidence by quickly stuffing the tape down the front of his pants with the cameras. Already trained on him. It was too late. They replayed the close up of him hiding it in his pants then they replayed it again and again in slow motion. He had been caught red handed. Once play concluded for the day Smith in Bancroft confessed to everything as punishment Smith and vice captain. David Warner were suspended. For twelve months Bancroft was banned for nine though many made light of scandal known as Sandpaper Gate. It left a dark stain on the Australian cricket community. It created such a national controversy that Prime Minister Malcolm. Turnbull even weighed in. He declared to the whole nation. Who HOLDS THOSE? Who wear the baggy green up on a pedestal. This is shocking disappointment. Since then Steve Smith and the other disgraced cricketeres have served their sentences and return to the field. It's safe to say the fans and TV cameras will forever keep a close eye on.
March Madness: Donald Sterling
"Listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast warning. This episode includes sensitive descriptions of racism listener discretion is advised especially for listeners under thirteen in April. Two Thousand Fourteen seventy year old Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling called his mistress. The Steve Yano. He had seen something on instagram. That made his blood boil a picture of her and L. A. Lakers legend Magic Johnson but sterling wasn't mad at Steve Yano had posed with one of his crosstown rivals iconic players. The problem was the Johnson was Black Sterling. Chewed out still beyond for almost ten minutes. He had no idea. Those ten minutes would change his life forever. Welcome to sports. Criminals are cast original. This is the twenty fifth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty on Carter Roy. And I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand fourteen and the downfall of the La Clippers racist owner Donald Sterling. Although he made a lot of money from owning the clippers. Donald Sterling made the bulk of his fortune in real estate as a landlord. He was the subject of numerous lawsuits accusing him of housing discrimination against minorities during these proceedings. Sterling's racist nature was laid bare. He told employees that black tenants smell. And Attract Vermin Hispanics. Just smoke drink and hang around the building in Koreans will pay the rent and live in whatever conditions I give them. The married father of three was also sued on multiple occasions for sexual harassment. But with the help of a high priced and highly effective legal team. He managed to emerge relatively unscathed however after not. Enzi released the recording his phone. Call with these veon. On April twenty fifth two thousand fourteen. No lawyer on earth COULD HELP HIM UPSET THAT STEVE. Yano had posted an instagram photo of her and Magic Johnson. Sterling told her. It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. Don't put him on instagram. And don't bring him to my games. Unbeknownst TO HIM STILL. Yano had recorded the entire conversation. The recording confirmed what most people around the League already knew. Donald Sterling was racist scumbag however he had never faced disciplined from the NBA before. But now that is true. Nature was caught on tape that was about to change with NBA players contemplating boycotting playoff games to protest. Sterling's ownership commissioner. Adam silver had to act on April twenty ninth. He Finds Sterling two point five million dollars the maximum amount allowed silver also banned him from the NBA for life and a few weeks later. More than three quarters of NBA team owners voted to force sterling to sell his franchise. The decision was a long time coming. From man who heckled his own players was named the worst owner in sports by the New York Times and Forbes magazine and whose team had amassed the lowest winning percentage in all four major American Sports Leagues Between Nineteen Eighty one in two thousand fourteen sterling. His lawyers tried to fight both decisions in court but they were rebuffed at every turn. Despite numerous countersuits and objections sterling was forced to sell the team to Microsoft. Co-founder Steve Balmer. Since Sterling's departure the basketball world has done. Its best to erase his racist legacy under bombers leadership. The clippers have gone on to become one of the best run franchises in the NBA. Ahead of the twenty twenty
The Story of Sam Hurd
"Two thousand eleven Chicago. A black escalade cruised through the rainy night pulling up outside. A Morton steakhouse the car backed into a space beside the entrance and man stepped out. He approached the restaurant confident. But careful wary that someone might recognize him. His name was Sam heard wide receiver for the Chicago bears if the wrong people overheard his conversation tonight. His football career would immediately come to mind. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the twenty second episode in our March Madness special this month where counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eleven and the arrest of wide receiver. Sam Heard in July of two thousand eleven twenty six year old Sam heard signed with the Chicago bears as a free agent. The reserved wide receiver was known as a humble and God fearing man. Good player with a heart of gold. He was dedicated to giving back to the community donating significant portions of his earnings to local charities but only a few months after joining the bears. Everything came crashing down at around seven thirty five PM on December fourteenth. Two Thousand Eleven Sam entered. Morton steakhouse seated at table fifty four. He waited patiently for his guests to arrive to men entered one of them. A man going by the pseudonym. Havi air carried a cowboy hat in one hand and a white bag labeled happy birthday in the other. The other was a short man who was going by Carlos also not his real name. The men introduce themselves to Sam and sat at his table talking in hushed voices. The conversation lasted for seventy seven minutes and it was all recorded. The happy birthday bag contained a kilo of cocaine wrapped up under a small pile of tissue paper at the end of the conversation. Sam picked it up. As Sam stepped out of the steakhouse. He was surrounded by policemen arrested. He had been caught in a sting. Operation Heard was cut from the bears two days after his arrest though he was
March Madness: Marc Ccillon
"Everyday in March. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals of the past thirty one years today we look back at the year thousand and four French rugby star Mark. Cecil was beloved by many but also struggled with alcohol addiction and one August night. He drank too much and the results would be tragic. If you like this episode. Be Sure to come back tomorrow for more shocking sports events from history on our march madness. Special listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast August. Two Thousand Four French Rugby Star. Mark Cecil was in semi retirement. After in a lustrous career. He played forty six matches with the French Rugby Team. Making him a local and national hero in one thousand nine hundred ninety six the peak of his fame. He was awarded the French Order of Merit. He played with the France national team until age forty which commentators at the time described as a remarkable achievement but less than a decade later. His legacy sports legend would be shattered blown apart by five gunshots. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the fifteenth episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to August seventh. Two thousand four and the gruesome murder that landmark Cecil in prison and permanently damaged his reputation. The party in Psalm Savant was quite well attended over. Sixty people were there to celebrate the end of the season. Most of them members of nearby rugby club the host Chris. John was best friends with rugby. Star marks Seo who had turned forty five the previous week mark and his wife Chantal had arrived at the party separately. Neither of them had spoken to each other much over the course of the evening mark hovered by the bar. Most of the night drinking seldomly chantal spent the evening talking with friends. Rumor had it that the married couple had been having problems for quite some time. The partygoers left mark alone for most of the night. His friends knew better than to approach him while he was drinking at around eleven pm. The host's wife by bet braved conversation. She tried to persuade the very drunk sesioana to eat something. The belligerent Jones shouted it bets attempts to sober him up. He struck her giving her a black eye. Sessions stormed out leaving. His shocked hosts and his wife behind a half hour later. When of begins sons sauce? Se On walking back to the villa typing something into his pocket. It was a revolver. Three fifty seven magnum. The teenager didn't have time to warn. The guests. Ascione entered the house and made his way straight for SEAN TALL. As He approached his wife he produced the pistol and fired five shots nearby. Guests tackled SESIOANA and wrestled the gun from his hand. Someone called the police and the chaos mark reportedly said. He wanted to see his wife when he heard what he'd done. He said that's not possible. I love her when he sobered up. The next morning says Yang was devastated to hear what he had done in court. He reportedly said. Why did I shoot? It's a question I shall ask myself all my life. I didn't plan anything. I wish I could understand cecil known as the quiet man of French. Rugby was sentenced to twenty years for murder. He was released seven years later on parole but that wasn't his last brush with the law. In September of two thousand eighteen. He received another twelve months sentence for driving under the influence of alcohol and drunkenly assaulting the owner of a vineyard. He admitted that his problems with alcohol or far from over since his sentence in two thousand eighteen says zone has kept a fairly low profile now. Sixty years old. Perhaps the last fifteen years will be a lesson to the disgraced team. Captain
The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal
"Event the International Youth Sports while it might Okun Image of fun and innocence throughout its seventy three year history. The tournament has been plagued by scandal and on the afternoon of August. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Ninety. Two as spectators watched the Filipino team celebrating on the field after clobbering their American opponents. They couldn't shake the uneasy feeling that something about the situation didn't feel quite right. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the third episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety two and the Little League World Series Scandal. Zamboanga city located on a small remote island in the Philippines is most famous for its canned sardine industry but in nineteen ninety two. It was the city's Little League Baseball team that caught the world's attention the team from Zamboanga breezed through the World Series Tournament. Demolishing everyone in its path until trouncing a squad from Long Beach California in the championship. Game fifteen to four from a gold medal in boxing thirty years before the boys victory represented the most significant athletic achievement. In the country's history they returned to the Philippines as heroes where President Fidel Ramos through them. A parade in the capital city and awarded them over forty dollars in scholarship money. Nearly everyone in the country celebrated the team's victory everyone except journalist Al Mendoza as a journalist. Mendoza's job was to tell the truth. Which wasn't always easy in a country like the Philippines twenty years before dictator Ferdinand Marcos had banned anything beyond state-sanctioned news and only recently after a regime change had independent news outlets resumed operation. Just a day. After the team's Victory Parade Mendoza published a column in the daily Enquirer with the heading mothers. How old are your children? He not only cast doubt on the ages of the players from Zamboanga City. But whether they were actually from the small town as they claimed to qualify for the Little League world series players must be between ten and twelve years old and the player must live within the geographic boundary of the town or city that his or her team represents for example. Boy From Austin Texas. Can't play on team from Dallas. Ten to twelve is also a tricky age because of the disparity and boys sizes and appearance at that age some of almost reach their adult height will others are still under five feet tall to Mendoza and many others the Filipino players looked too and too poised for boys that age after he published his column. The American League president fact sheet of questions to his counterpart in the Philippines to confirm the players were the correct age and if they were all from Zamboanga City in his response the Filipino. Little League president declared that all the players were of legal age but admitted that several from outside Zamboanga city had been added to the roster because the original players weren't able allowed to travel to the United States. He explained that Zamboanga City is a very rural area and that many of the boys were needed to work on their parents farms. Others had been too afraid to fly. He also maintained that if the substitution hadn't been made the original team from Zamboanga City would have beaten the Americans by twice as much but days later Mendoza and his colleagues revealed that excluding the eight players added to the roster from other cities the six players actually from Zamboanga city. Were all over. Asia anywhere from thirteen to fifteen years old and had assumed the identities of younger boys in town that the team had replaced their original manager with coach from Manila. A coach who couldn't even speak or understand the dialect used in Zamboanga City. Furthermore the parents of the overage athletes had also assumed false identities in an effort to maintain the ruse. Maybe the Little League Baseball could overlook the replacement of a few kids who were too scared to fly but when it came to systematic fraud perpetrated by multiple generations. They had no choice but to strip the Filipino team of its title and awarded to the boys from
"tim johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"For sure ruby and Tim Johnson say instead of dropping their daughter Piper off for her freshman year of college she had a fever she had a rapid heart rate they were watching her fight for her life in the I see you every doctor that she saw asked her are you a smoker she said no and then they said what about E. cigarettes and she said yes Piper was diagnosed with Colorado's first case of a rare vaping related illness the college freshman had been vaping for more than two years were parents who are mad that these things are out there and we're mad that they're easily accessible jul is the top selling E. cigarette company in the US and is often blamed for the surge in youth vaping we spoke with C. E. O. Kevin burns last month the little thing Joe Costa. well some people could have used our product but there's never an intent on the company's part to target use to grow our business that's been the assertion targeting a younger audience happens and then when Jules calls on it they went full sorry we didn't mean to do that Piper Johnson recovered and says she will never vape again it's not worth it and it's not worth the risk and it's not worth you know seeing your parents cry as you're in a hospital bed and doctor turned real is here doctor good morning what a frightening masses of these products out there what should people know about when they need to seek medical attention because something like ten million Americans are vaping in some form right so some of the early signs of the shortness of breath chest pain fatigue nausea vomiting diarrhea or abdominal pain and certainly a shortness of breath if it starts to get worse over several hours are really becomes more severe you need to seek medical attention some people have reported these symptoms getting worse over days some getting worse over weeks and we know that you know now possibly five deaths all adults although many of these cases again our young young people one of the screaming questions is what was the FTA were the regulators that is a great question and so it's a very complicated issue but essentially the FTA god jurisdiction to regulate electronic nicotine delivery devices back in twenty sixteen but they set a time line till twenty twenty two and that was going to be the day when they would review at that time when it's gotten pushed up now to may of one here may of twenty twenty so hopefully even twenty sixteen is late in the game is been around for decades as many people saying this is too little too late CBS news medical contributor Dr tearing a rule out on CBS this morning we'll update your money at the bluebird business to us coming up top dog Jenny sign to twenty three or four twenty three..
"tim johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Is Tim Johnson. The president of the California rice commission giving a little bit of ribbing too of Devon Mathis. Johnson says the annual Venice fun to highlight the importance of agriculture for California. Why house officials say that after a ninety minute meeting? No deal was reached between the United States and Mexican Goshi hitters to avert tariffs from going into effect on Monday President Trump tweeted last night, but not nearly enough progress has been made. And although it's not necessarily clear what President Trump defines progress from Mexico. Those same US Mexican cabinet ministers will resume talks today. White House officials said the Mexicans appeared sincere but vice president Pence concluded that the efforts would most likely reduce my Gration, only at the margins, and there's no indication at this point that President Trump would be satisfied with anything short of direct evidence that Mexico had completely ended the flow of migration through its country. Mike Bauer NBC News Radio this morning leading investment strategist says President Trump will face increasing pressure to get a tree deal. With China as the summer years, or summer wears on I should say are featured audio clip. This hours from David Rubenstein. He is the co founder and co executive chair of the Carlisle group. And here's what he told Bloomberg. I still think I deal, we'll get on it. If it's not the end of the summer. I think he'll be early in the fall because both sides, I think really needed. The Chinese economy has been weak Chinese government recognizes. It's not been helped by the sanctions that are going on, or the tariffs at the president's view is that he's got a stronger leverage now but I think the US economy weakens a bit, there's going to be more pressure on him to get some deal done. And I think his the gauche eaters recognized. So I think something late summer early fall. We'll get on. Yes, so Rubinstein innocence says this is going to be a battle of attrition, whoever wears down. I both Connie's. He believes as the summer wears on as we get into fall are going to begin to really feel the pain here. Interestingly Mexico, has benefited from the issues that we're having now with China because we're not. Importing exporting as much there. But we are importing exporting a lot more in Mexico, which will be even more interesting if those tariffs do go into effect on Monday on the day, and there's a lot of bait right now, Christina whether or not that is actually going to happen. If Trump is going to meet that deadline or if you might push it back, but Monday is the key day for Mexico question. It'll be two fronts. Now that trade war. All right. Let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one. K. F. B K..
"tim johnson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The course of that when a lot of government resources were retrenched or just disappeared altogether the one consistent forcing these neighborhood with. The police department they came they were present. But there were present in a way that frankly de-legitimize them and in victimize people in the neighborhoods When you got sixty year old or older, African American women who are well educated middle upper middle class talking, about how they, were disrespected by the police you can just imagine, what the ripple effect that has on other people In your situation is please And? If so? What, is what is there yeah Yeah Mission? Statement What the police are and and that was why it was sort of Courtney For, for me to be able to change the leadership at the top you know and to appoint. My own cheaper police because we had state police that were patrolling our city we have people that didn't look like this community work, from this community where it came from. Places in northern Michigan that you know you might not be a black person and so they. Had no respect for the community and the. Community had no respect, for them and so that's why it had to change and when that happens we got somebody. That was in touch in tune and. People in the community really respect him. The other police officers really respected him and so people were happy about that, it doesn't mean that we, still don't have issues we do because you know, like like you just said we don't have enough police officers to go around but it still starts. With some, of those other things and and that's, what people have to recognize you know you talked about giving people second chances Well you saw when you were. Here Reverend Jackson those construction jobs you saw the number of young men and women that this was a second chance for me that, have jobs now you know base it. I just had a baby and I can take care of my family we just got a. House and so was putting those kinds of. Things in place that's, what that's what had to happen but the police here you know his name is Tim Johnson. And he really really believes them being. Part of the community and being out. In the community and having that relationship with people because that's what it's about, as well you know you, talked about the gun in the batch but it's, about that relationship and.
"tim johnson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Consider myself to be from. Central Jersey I used to be north jersey North Korea you considered central I can just to be this is this is. Like the heart of Central Jersey Yes Okay so we're gonna take Central Jersey Allen just. Say so we want you to tell us why north jersey is better than south jersey or south jersey is better than north. Jersey? Why? One eight hundred two eight three one zero one. Point five is the phone. Number. Good question. One eight hundred two. Eight No. But like let's come up with a list I think it could be fun and people play along why you live in south. Jersey? You're? 'cause before I met my husband I. Kid you. Not going up to north. Jersey. I never. I never would right Like I would never go above one ninety five. I really never did and my. Husband's from Bogota so then once we, got together now I go up to north jersey. Obviously to. See his family but Way, north Being from, north jersey I would've viewed this as south. Jersey see so you never thought of a Central Jersey until you actually. Started living but my south jersey was your. North jersey it's the. Same place my mind is like bloom. This blown. All, right one eight, hundred, two eight three one. Point five I don't know if I have a. Hard opinion I think I may need some convincing of why of, what a which is better I think. I'm. Gonna lean south jersey why then you have to. Call in and tell us why Tim Johnson they during the north, jersey say south Less traffic That in and of itself is just about like. Reason enough I think I. Like it all, right one eight hundred two eight three one on. One point five is the. Phone? Number why north jersey is better or why you view south jersey. Being better we want to know why and Sarah and Birt's you guys are coming, up next your call. Antennae.
"tim johnson" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"To celebrate this come up to the white house on june fourteenth at two pm to congratulate america the site first appeared on the internet month ago what the russians did in the last election they appear to be doing all over again but maybe some of their best copy readers got fired for the record mcclatchy reports that after they asked facebook about the usa really page facebook turned it off but the the website itself itself is still live and publishing and there's more to hold that thought want to bring into the conversation now tim johnson is a national and cyber security reporter for mcclatchy news service mr johnson broke the story today of what appears to be a new weird russian up directed at american voters and effort apparently run out of the same russian troll farm in saint petersburg that was the subject of a robert muller indictment for their role and attacking the twenty sixteen election in other words they're back and part of the way we know that is this usa really dot com website that they have set up as of the last few weeks tim johnson from mcclatchy news service thank you very much for being with us tonight nice to have you with us welcome so one of the things that is striking about this is how bad the american idiomatic english is there's a lot of misspellings and things that are just put wrong and that seem weird the seems like sort of seems like sort of a first effort rather than something that they do after having had a lot of practice with this.
"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Wow i have to be somewhat impartial trying to pretend to be a hosting you know i don't do this for a living let's go to roy if it's not hopefully how's this going to end what's going to happen here get my hands into the night that's that's what's gonna happen while i being retaken to the ground are we gonna just give them one of your overhand rights like what are we thinking about i'm thinking from assegai asses save question so we're gonna do a little bit of standing we're gonna do a little bit of ground then we're gonna go back to stand in and we're gonna go back to the ground but then at the end of the day on my hand raised the fans will be happy there you go and you've been training over extreme couture most of this camp and what what's been going on who you've been training with i know what i've been saying over the ranch prince ranch the extreme of course with the extreme you got anywhere from my trust brown got francis the goya do cooper the wall tim johnson like so definitely you know kinda this cam kind of branch so what it you know the obviously we can't really predict what's going to happen but the one thing of you were to ask me what's your goto in this i will say that roy nelson will come in prepared because every time we go to one of these gyms he's always there he never told me gun to the head who's going to be at the gym today at price race f o and roy nelson will be there for sure roy at this point in your career like some some people kind of get a little lackadaisical in their training they take day off you've never been that guy what is it about your worth ethic that you've been able to be so consistent in that area.
"tim johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And weather together heading into the city the four day accuweather story because we live here too gertie go ahead voice your opinion we want to hear from you eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty six one seven two five four ten thirty this is weekend my on wbz newsradio ten thirty and this is tim johnson with you the five o'clock in the morning of this edition of we can live and and i'll be back with you tomorrow night to until three thirty in the morning where can do conversation with the author of matthew bethany let's just update you with the weather and then back to the chitchat fifty degrees outside at the moment thickening clouds and chilly tonight the low is going to be near forty degrees inland holy mackerel is neely june what the heck forty seven degrees downtown tomorrow into tomorrow night cloudy damp and quite cool with occasional rain or drizzle along with areas of fog high tomorrow is going to be fifty five low early tomorrow night we'll be fifty three's temperatures really with much tomorrow fifty five and fifty three temperatures will be slowly rising late at night sunday it'll be warmer with clouds and some sun a couple of showers here and there and a thunderstorm high seventy six monday sun and clouds high seventy four degrees again the book is a field of valor and that's really gonna keep going if you're into the espionage thrillers in the secret organizations in the.
"tim johnson" Discussed on The Undefeated
"Don't know how much time will delve into this when they come so i just wanna see my shot right now lane johnson said that the patriots are pretty much a fear based team an organization they say like oh like you go out there and you do do your job that's their model do your job or you'll get replace and he said that prime that's not the way football supposed to be i mean philly is an example of being much more than a game these days these this is like the most conscious woke team of guys it's almost like a band a misfit that all a proud competent the underdogs they just want to super bowl they weren't the best team on paper but they wide though it's interesting to see that dichotomy between the two saying a this team has been great for so long but they're not really you know on this new wave of where these player brands like this the philadelphia eagles to me seem like a family that is a family yeah they understand the platforms but they balanced that seoul well this entire season even in adversity hit them kill i mean personally i like that approach like the family we had my uncle's on and my dad there i mean having my uncle's on was so much fine by the fact that we have literally generational of families still being friends because of that super bowl championship like that definitely helps a too you know your teams winning and stuff like that but at the same time if there if that's how bill bellichik as running like that that makes sense because they've won so many times like that clearly that approach has worked for how many championships five it'll job i love that so i feel like yes it they want to operate like that that's my view only care about winning now if you care about more than winning care brought relationships great go with later on said while but super bowl i'll know leg all know bill really care about oughta are we going to get a ring this year were at all leg with tomioka goes off all this was williams those gerald green bay art monk tim johnson yeah as we had a.
"tim johnson" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"Um went out to the zoo remembered as zoo boss read the striped zubov pair of hanson the 80s they were really poppy or i held air yeah oh yeah welded yeah oh shirt so all of these oubre was folks in violence to their factory which was in minnesota and uh you know say say minnesota and you're automatically go minnesota it was uga factor in minnesota you know i don't know how that out and just kind of happens but anyhow so we roll out to minnesota our world autism boss factory in minnesota and it was i mean it was freaking awesome like just like a whole warehouse giant like picture big giant warehouse with nothing but zubov close so i mean they're like given us these huge boxes go patick whatever you want so you know i mean i'm like really yeah so i get i mean loads ooo pass then i got zubov pants in shirt for my wife and mike each one of my kids and then my parents were common and you know in my brotherinlaw so everybody got like it was christmas every these zubov parents that they did you hear juba scheduled get uber right i was like the oprah of zoo boss and i was just hand out zoo bars pants in shirts that everybody and that was pretty much the highlight of the week and then we went to practice in um that was pretty much it well probably the coaches love it huh i mean talk about just like you even at business trip mentality you're so sequestered and then on top of that joe gives we had saturday in a we add our walkthroughs or whatever we had the morning he had the afternoon he had some lunch with your with your kitchen and i had just turn it was my 25th birthday or twenty six birthday excuse me on january 25th we played on the 26th who's a day after my birthday in tim johnson was a teammate of mine he's a pastor to church now in orlando but his birthday is i think january twenty six twenty seven th or in that area so we had a group birthday on.
"tim johnson" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie
"Ana something i've learned sometimes hired way is that uh you know so many most businesses are people business and if you're at finding a trading ways the edb eddie to people are usually your ships going to sank unfortunately can't fortunately in the way of doing business is is so so different a me and you have to be on social media you know you have to be out there you have to be can continually providing providing um content and information and advice in in this service so all greatgreatgreat advice said thank you coach jim johnson for being here today your amazing it's such an inspiration to so many thank your cutting it was a pleasure to talk in on the will will continue to do this southern learn more about coach tim johnson just go to coach jim johnson dot com and you can find his website there and again he's as speaker and he talks about motivation in leadership and inspiration so check them out new you wanna you wanna o hook up with this guy he is lots to offer so our time is done our time because by so quickly and i want to thank you for being here when it's thank you for being part of our our listening our listeners and be sure to subscribe with us head on over to i tunes in subscribe or let us know you are let us know that you're listening and then also check us out on facebook twitter and linked in sh jewish don't want to miss any of the good stuff and on facebook go to our upper out network page and we have a lot of free giveaways we have our morning boost uh and they're what we're doing is were given way information we're giving away content from our guest from other people that are in the network that are providing information say the help you either move up were moved out and also win she one of the upper how with cotti episodes launched down there type hashtag unstoppable together and we will continue this.
"tim johnson" Discussed on KELO
"And their visitors for centuries and this is going to do that same thing so i'm i'm just so thrilled but dr at greg vaughn i'm done in six months it's not going to be able to see it to its fruition we will announce at least one project tier a soon that i think gasol really kicked off nicely in that i would just encourage future citizens future mayors who threw counselors to do it right versus fast yup youth there said that do it right versus fast because it is disgraceful important fourcity for generations to come well and that's a project up so big end of so many people who really helped make half and if you don't mind thank you if you know my senator john thune senator tim johnson representative hertha sandline the united states taxpayers yes folks it was one of the last year marks ever done in united states federal government in south kota south dakota got it about forty million bucks and and so again i think we all the united states taxpayer we want to do it right and so just just thrilled by it and and yes we do have to thank folks like bnf south and and the governor's office and and this this group in that group and it was a convoluted mess gray brokerage but it got done never forgive that you're in here that i also point face when the thing was all but dead and it was after years of so many people had been working on that and it just look like wasn't going to happen in the end you use nazi germany is with it'll the dead and then to see that thing come.
"tim johnson" Discussed on Super Station 101
"South dakota i think ikea someone could correct me on this but i think tim johnson was the last democrat to be elected to statewide office in south dakota maybe last one for a long time is south dakota as has become about as bright red a state as eddie that you're gonna fight and tim johnson i think he had a stroke again somebody by correct man this i think it was a stroke but it was a debilitating physical element that he had but he didn't want to retire from the senate because he would have been replaced by republican and and so he hung on despite really not being able to fulfil the duties of his office for a considerable time i forget how how many years but a considerable time and then finally was replaced ultimately ah a by a by a republican in that seat and i guess my hope would be and maybe it's maybe it's futile even to express the hope because uh senator mccain's office is already talking about the timing of when he might be able to return to his his senate duties but my hope would be that uh that he will decide that he his service to his country has gone on long enough of if something like sixty years at this point and and that it's time to to retire and to to be with his family and to deal with this terrible illness that he's guy god and let somebody else pick up the cudgels and succeed him in the senate and and do battle with the democrats on behalf of the people of arizona and we can be confident that uh that the doug doocy would would appoint a solid conservative to represent or to uh to succeed senator mccain so we wish him well i personally hope that's the way it plays out we're gonna be back after these messages with the guest dan perkins.
"tim johnson" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Cancer survivor he'd had some form of cancer but very ill head had had had beaten a cancer d survived at so here is he's in his eighties and he's on the outs with his party you know he's been a a moderate and and like senator john mccain he was sort of a maverick as as the newspapers would call him and um and it became apparent who's coming up for reelection it became apparent that pat toomey who was challenging him in the republican primary for his senate seat was gonna win the polls clearly indicated that republican voters preferred to pat toomey over arlen specter and that specter was going to lose that primary if he jumped into the race now here he isn't as eighty served six terms is on the outside his party he's he's not good when the primary if you're runs for another term yet another term in the senate and you would think that the obvious thing to do would be to resign retire isn't as '80s know what what what so terrible about retiring from the united states senate but he couldn't do it arlen specter was soul oh uh enamoured of the lifestyle or or whatever it is a he he couldn't retire so instead in his eighties after being a lifelong republican he switched parties he became a democrat he got the democratic nomination for the same senate seat iran against pat toomey who got the republican nomination and the judge general election and lost pat toomey won that race and is now serving in the us senate but my point is that a history tells us that it is very difficult for many people to let go of that senate seat there's something about serving in the united states senate and house of the house be a great job to but it's very comment to see a house members resigned sometimes they'll they'll resign to to come back home and run for governor sometimes they'll resigned to run for the senator sometimes they'll just they'll just retire the all their of an age where where retirement is appropriate and they just quit but for whatever reason you don't see that as off and nazif very often at all in the united states senate and other analogy that comes to mind is senator tim johnson of.
"tim johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio 950 WWJ
"Good evening everyone off annan's timothy see if i'm pleased t fyrom is fine thank everybody for your concerns uh we have a multiple jurisdiction please hair found naked to the bottom of this and we have the miraflor is here also as he's going to come i'm up and make some comments by his bank you for your concerns and we appreciate how everybody coming out to be concerned about what happened haired uh this of international airport uh tragedy but thank god that the is alive these dog well now arms either a critical condition so um he's recovering right now so thank you for your answer you're listening to your w w j newsradio lying said that we know what happened here at the airport is just a tragedy i think it's absolutely awful and that a police officer was injured like this because every day we know our law enforcement gets up and they come to work here to protect us and i don't know if they're going to come home their families and at the condition that they're going to return to their families and hence i really need to have an opportunity to come in hot chief miller and his staff and thank my own a chief of police hot tim johnson the the uh the michigan township flint township the state police the share the the federal agents that are here because it showed that we all came together at a time like this and this is what we need the community to see is that when these kinds of things happen we do come together and i hope that gives the people of flint and the people in the surrounding areas the confidence to know that this was not taken lightly in people came together up quickly to make sure that we were protected so i i do want us to continue to keep officer novel lifted and prayer and his family and gone again this is just you know it's a sad day but it's a it it could have been worse it could have been worse than thanks to the quick response of all of the law enforcement that's out here today things weren't uh any wires and we also need to thank.