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Improving Customer Relationships with John Vuong

How I Built It

07:14 min | 8 months ago

Improving Customer Relationships with John Vuong

"Hey everybody and welcome to another episode of how I built it. The podcast that asks. How did you build that today? I am talking to John. Fong the founder and owner of local. Seo Search and we're going to be talking about the importance of communication and relationship building especially during this time when as we record this there is a global pandemic are staying at home so even more important to have to think about these things. John How are you today? I'm doing great. Thank you for having me Joel. I'm excited to be here and share some insights with your audience members. Yeah absolutely thanks so much for coming on the show you reached out and I thought that this would be a very timely conversation considering everything that's that's happening so why don't we get right into it. And why don't you tell the listeners who you are and what you do perfect so I started agency in Twenty. Thirteen called local. Seo Search my primary goal is really to help. Small medium sized businesses with their digital footprint making them become more visible online transition for from more of the bricks and mortar traditional retail outlet to more of a visible online presence and I primarily just focus on search engine optimization which is a natural listings for business owners to be found on Google. Gotcha Gotcha so I suspect you might be seeing an uptick in a at least interested parties right now. Is that a fair assumption. Yeah so we have seen quite a few increase. The problem is there's a lot unknown right and because Seo's more a long term play as opposed to paid ads where people can see immediate returns. A lot of the more established business owners are looking for more of a relationship play. That is more of a partner right and that's why I feel as yours. A great segue for relationship building in general. Yeah absolutely and I think it's probably a little bit more trustworthy to right because I know at least when I do a google search. I'll see the top two ads and then I'll think I wanNA know they're paying for that spot. Let me see what the first few Organic results are because those are the people who are actually putting in the work and making sure they're listed at the top. I'm a more technical guy so I don't know the ads must work but I just feel like doing it. The the more natural organic way instills a little bit more trust would you? Would you agree with that? Yeah so say you're the average consumer users tend to agree and tend to know that people are paying for those paid ads at the top. Because it's really pushing stuff at people right and you know what people like doing. As being in control. They liked searching and navigate themselves and doing their own due diligence and they don't like ads being pushed at them like facebook ads or instagram ads. Or whatever adds it is from flyers traditional to radio ADS THEY WANNA be control and Google gives them that platform where they can actually navigate at their own. Will if they don't like what they find. They revisit different terms longer tail. Whatever may be and really emphasize on what they're looking for right and yes the challenge is how do you get there right. So you have to really position yourself as expert and you have to fulfil what Google is looking for. What which is you know being the best resource or website for that given user. Who seeking you up so position yourself as a leader in your domain Gotcha. Yeah and and that makes a lot of sense right and I think that You know that that very act can help with good communication and relationship building because Seo Ally and correct me. If I'M WRONG. I'm not an SEO expert. I just like play one on TV A act of showing up is is really an incredible an incredibly important part of that right if you set up a website and just leave it there as a brochure site. It's not going to do too well but if you have a blog where you continually help people answer questions that they're looking for that. That's something that's going to help totally. So you got some of the measure aspects. I always bring it back to traditional media so say twenty years ago. Internet was even around. Google didn't exist right. And how did those business owners survived for hundreds of years prior to the advent of Internet right? So if you think about it all boils down to run a really good business. Offering a great product service and allowing people to either market yourselves like you got flyers newspapers directories or whatever may be but ultimately it's do good work build strong community relationships. And you know I'd really good strong values right so that people continue coming back to your loyalty brand awareness community all these things and if you do it well you're going to be around for many many years. If not generational business says would exist right because it's building that brand trust loyalty so now the advent of the Internet has come along and there's so many new avenues to really promote yourself right and the challenges which medium should you focus on. There's a lot out there from social media video to audio to you know infographics. There's a lot of different forms of content blog writing. So what should you devote most of your time and I always tell people focus on building a really good business ultimately conveying that message across in all different platforms but really understanding. What are you bringing to the table? What differentiates yourself really refine your art of taking care of your existing clients bringing on new clients. That are your target focused type of clients and harvesting more of those type of customers. And what you're really looking for. Is that long-term relationship so that they can spread the word they will send you more referrals and word of mouth but don't get too focused on being everywhere because you really need to focus really doing one thing at a time really well which is first off right a really good business take care of your clients make sure you have some sort of business model revenue in in place before you start amplifying that message across different platforms.

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"john fong" Discussed on Theology Gals

Theology Gals

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"john fong" Discussed on Theology Gals

"As we as we mentioned All of the Old Covenant Law was fulfilled in Christ What we see is that The civil and ceremonial remonial laws in particular We're done away with in. That fulfilment there's no need for The cleanliness laws and the sacrifice sacrificial system of of the temple Christ has fulfilled that for us And completed their use the purpose of them But the moral law continues over into the new cabinet and we see in the Westminster Confession of faith talks about how God gave the law and and it says the the judicial laws expired with the state Israel the ceremonial. The laws Are Done Away with under the New Testament but it says the moral law does forever bind all as well as justified persons as others others to the obedience there so we are. We are still called to obey the law as some rice in the Ten Commandments. In the moral law one one of the people. That's really great on this subject. Is John Fong Ville and We're going to have him on again. Lord Willing coming up soon to talk about something that fits into this discussion. But Rachel has Isolated some quotes from him which we can include in the episode sewed notes. And I'll read one of them. The reformed confessions teach the pedagogical. Second use of the law never disappears question. Shen one fifteen of the head of Bir Catechism asks no one in this. Life can obey the ten commandments perfectly. Why Ben Does God want them preach so pointedly? Here's the answer first. So that the longer we live the more we may come to know. Our sinfulness and the more eagerly looked Christ for forgiveness of Sin and Righteousness likewise the Westminster Confession of faith states. At the second use of the law remains of great use to the believer the law helps believers to discover the simple pollutions ends of their nature hearts and lives so as examining themselves thereby they may come to further conviction of humiliation for an hatred against together with a clear sight of the need they have of Christ and the perfection of his obedience as such a great quote. I'll have it in the episode nuts if that was hard to follow there so you can read it but had said belly great reminder Another thing that yet he writes or John Paul writes is that the three uses of the law are always present in the believer's life however these three uses do not function the same to begin in with for unbelievers the second use the pedagogical use of the law is primary and normative or third. Use of the law doesn't even apply for for believers that third US normative use is of the law is primary in this sense the law functions as a rule of life guide of gratitude providing the norms for and putting that. We'll get into more with with John when we talk to him. He writes that the law is the rule of life should be preached to guide believers in their gratitude however the law must never be preached to believers as a condition of life a coveted of works to this or live and and live or else be cursed so when when the law is preached in preach to us as believers it continues to show us our sin and I am yes and our and our need for Christ but it doesn't condemn us in the way it would had we not been in Christ iced Be a reminder to us to look to Christ and to remember what crisis done for us. One of the things we've talked about in the past ask is that the Gospel is for us to sometimes. I feel like in some churches. They preached the Gospel. Okay you've got that over with now we're gonNA just has preached the law. But we need to be reminded of the Gospel when it. That's how we talk about both law and Gospel that we need both both of them and there's a good article by our Scott Clark called are believers under the laws of schoolmaster. That's helpful article which I'll include in the episode notes. Were not in that normative us. We're not going to do that perfectly. And it should encourage us to look back to Christ based right. And that's you know we talked about. That's the section of the Heidelberg Summarize gratitude and that our life of obedience is is out of gratitude. It's not out of fear. It's not out of a sense of if we don't do it God will destroy us. It's done out of love for God and out of gratitude for crisis on for us that we are called to an able to serve him. Yeah we shouldn't live in despair bear when we fail to obey and we will. Yeah right we will fail to obey but we should be reminded of what Christ done for us. We'll take a lot of comfort from Paul calling himself. The chief of centers right the Paul who had a match had an amazingly close walk with God night. You knew new the saviour in a way that you know that few few got to know him right but he calls himself the chief centers he recognizes recognizes himself as you know still very much in need of God's grace and an a recognition of the in dwelling Wellington and his life in a a as a believer. It's very comforting to know that Paul felt that way I think ultimately Louis what's helpful in understanding this if you're somebody out there that's struggling with this And I know there's a lot struggling with assurance because you think I don't know if I obey enough you know. For whatever reason I think. Ultimately what's helpful to understand is understanding justification and sanctification and for us as believers wanted to read what is justification from the Westminster shorter catechism justification is an act of God's free grace where n he pardoned with all our sense and accepted us as righteous in his sight only for the richness of Christ imputed to us and received By faith alone. We don't have some sort of thing. Where slate is wiped clean at conversion? And now we've got to work to keep it clean. That's it's not how it works. He pardons all of our sense he imputes his righteousness to us. And I heard Something at a conference once where people we'll talk about justification as just as if by never send and the conference speaker said it's more than that is just as if I never send and as if I've always obeyed perfectly that that's why the imputation of Christ's active obedience some portent. Yeah and you know. We talked about the struggling to be free to struggle because we have been set free because we have been pardoned of our said. The the shorter catechism because I'm also says teaches us. What is to fixation and the answer is? sanctification is the work of God's Free Grace whereby we are renewed and the whole man after the image of God God and are enabled more and more dying descend and live under righteousness and this is a lifelong process. You know it doesn't where justification is this particular moment in time that it's a one time thing. SANCTIFICATION is a process it lasts the whole life of the believer and and we'll look different in the life of every believer. What what that process looks like and where you are in that process But we know that as believers we have been justified and we are being sanctified and one day either if Christ returns or we we die before then we will be glorified and we will never seen again and he has promised that though he who has begun a good work in you will. We'll bring it to completion right. He will not fail. And we can trust in that. Even as we walked through our sanctification and highs and lows of our life and the Eh the valleys and the mountaintops where we times. We think. We're obeying well and times we know are struggling and in all of that the spirit is zip working us to Make US more and more like Christ. I love the Westminster Shorter Catechism Kim on sanctify. And if this is something. You're struggling with. That's a great thing to memorize because sanctification is a work of God's Free Grace Race. He is sanctifying as we're not sanctifying ourselves with our good works. He is sanctifying us and our good works are the fruit of his work in US and I'm so comforted by that because it really is all of Christ. It's not dependent a little bit on me here. And as we've talked about this here and we talked in the last time about the distinctions between the law and the Gospel. What distinguishes us from both legalism or NEO nomadism awesome and and into nominalism is that we do not look to the law to make us right with God but we also recognize that there is a use for the law and teaching us how to obey and how to serve right and so you know despite The the criticisms that are are often lobbied against us we are not And no means and we are not legalists in in our use of the law and I just realized Antonin as a might be a new word for some people drew through the Novi Anisim to. Oh sorry yeah that's true so anti nomadism it means anti And so these are people who deny what we were talking about in the third use of the law. So it's kind of like well Christ has died for all of that So can continue in San and and Paul answered that I mentioned earlier in the episode. Shall we go on sending so that grace may abound may never be and so. That's what we're talking about with Antonio Munis M. maybe you could mention what neo meanness as well Ninomiya. Similar legalism is the is the idea that that the law has is a place in our in our keeping. The law has a place in our being right with God right in neither in Our justification or in our some would say in our final salvation. That are good. Works are are part of earning.

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"john fong" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"john fong" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"As we as we mentioned All of the Old Covenant Law was fulfilled in Christ What we see is that The civil and ceremonial remonial laws in particular We're done away with in. That fulfilment there's no need for The cleanliness laws and the sacrifice sacrificial system of of the temple Christ has fulfilled that for us And completed their use the purpose of them But the moral law continues over into the new cabinet and we see in the Westminster Confession of faith talks about how God gave the law and and it says the the judicial laws expired with the state Israel the ceremonial. The laws Are Done Away with under the New Testament but it says the moral law does forever bind all as well as justified persons as others others to the obedience there so we are. We are still called to obey the law as some rice in the Ten Commandments. In the moral law one one of the people. That's really great on this subject. Is John Fong Ville and We're going to have him on again. Lord Willing coming up soon to talk about something that fits into this discussion. But Rachel has Isolated some quotes from him which we can include in the episode sewed notes. And I'll read one of them. The reformed confessions teach the pedagogical. Second use of the law never disappears question. Shen one fifteen of the head of Bir Catechism asks no one in this. Life can obey the ten commandments perfectly. Why Ben Does God want them preach so pointedly? Here's the answer first. So that the longer we live the more we may come to know. Our sinfulness and the more eagerly looked Christ for forgiveness of Sin and Righteousness likewise the Westminster Confession of faith states. At the second use of the law remains of great use to the believer the law helps believers to discover the simple pollutions ends of their nature hearts and lives so as examining themselves thereby they may come to further conviction of humiliation for an hatred against together with a clear sight of the need they have of Christ and the perfection of his obedience as such a great quote. I'll have it in the episode nuts if that was hard to follow there so you can read it but had said belly great reminder Another thing that yet he writes or John Paul writes is that the three uses of the law are always present in the believer's life however these three uses do not function the same to begin in with for unbelievers the second use the pedagogical use of the law is primary and normative or third. Use of the law doesn't even apply for for believers that third US normative use is of the law is primary in this sense the law functions as a rule of life guide of gratitude providing the norms for and putting that. We'll get into more with with John when we talk to him. He writes that the law is the rule of life should be preached to guide believers in their gratitude however the law must never be preached to believers as a condition of life a coveted of works to this or live and and live or else be cursed so when when the law is preached in preach to us as believers it continues to show us our sin and I am yes and our and our need for Christ but it doesn't condemn us in the way it would had we not been in Christ iced Be a reminder to us to look to Christ and to remember what crisis done for us. One of the things we've talked about in the past ask is that the Gospel is for us to sometimes. I feel like in some churches. They preached the Gospel. Okay you've got that over with now we're gonNA just has preached the law. But we need to be reminded of the Gospel when it. That's how we talk about both law and Gospel that we need both both of them and there's a good article by our Scott Clark called are believers under the laws of schoolmaster. That's helpful article which I'll include in the episode notes. Were not in that normative us. We're not going to do that perfectly. And it should encourage us to look back to Christ based right. And that's you know we talked about. That's the section of the Heidelberg Summarize gratitude and that our life of obedience is is out of gratitude. It's not out of fear. It's not out of a sense of if we don't do it God will destroy us. It's done out of love for God and out of gratitude for crisis on for us that we are called to an able to serve him. Yeah we shouldn't live in despair bear when we fail to obey and we will. Yeah right we will fail to obey but we should be reminded of what Christ done for us. We'll take a lot of comfort from Paul calling himself. The chief of centers right the Paul who had a match had an amazingly close walk with God night. You knew new the saviour in a way that you know that few few got to know him right but he calls himself the chief centers he recognizes recognizes himself as you know still very much in need of God's grace and an a recognition of the in dwelling Wellington and his life in a a as a believer. It's very comforting to know that Paul felt that way I think ultimately Louis what's helpful in understanding this if you're somebody out there that's struggling with this And I know there's a lot struggling with assurance because you think I don't know if I obey enough you know. For whatever reason I think. Ultimately what's helpful to understand is understanding justification and sanctification and for us as believers wanted to read what is justification from the Westminster shorter catechism justification is an act of God's free grace where n he pardoned with all our sense and accepted us as righteous in his sight only for the richness of Christ imputed to us and received By faith alone. We don't have some sort of thing. Where slate is wiped clean at conversion? And now we've got to work to keep it clean. That's it's not how it works. He pardons all of our sense he imputes his righteousness to us. And I heard Something at a conference once where people we'll talk about justification as just as if by never send and the conference speaker said it's more than that is just as if I never send and as if I've always obeyed perfectly that that's why the imputation of Christ's active obedience some portent. Yeah and you know. We talked about the struggling to be free to struggle because we have been set free because we have been pardoned of our said. The the shorter catechism because I'm also says teaches us. What is to fixation and the answer is? sanctification is the work of God's Free Grace whereby we are renewed and the whole man after the image of God God and are enabled more and more dying descend and live under righteousness and this is a lifelong process. You know it doesn't where justification is this particular moment in time that it's a one time thing. SANCTIFICATION is a process it lasts the whole life of the believer and and we'll look different in the life of every believer. What what that process looks like and where you are in that process But we know that as believers we have been justified and we are being sanctified and one day either if Christ returns or we we die before then we will be glorified and we will never seen again and he has promised that though he who has begun a good work in you will. We'll bring it to completion right. He will not fail. And we can trust in that. Even as we walked through our sanctification and highs and lows of our life and the Eh the valleys and the mountaintops where we times. We think. We're obeying well and times we know are struggling and in all of that the spirit is zip working us to Make US more and more like Christ. I love the Westminster Shorter Catechism Kim on sanctify. And if this is something. You're struggling with. That's a great thing to memorize because sanctification is a work of God's Free Grace Race. He is sanctifying as we're not sanctifying ourselves with our good works. He is sanctifying us and our good works are the fruit of his work in US and I'm so comforted by that because it really is all of Christ. It's not dependent a little bit on me here. And as we've talked about this here and we talked in the last time about the distinctions between the law and the Gospel. What distinguishes us from both legalism or NEO nomadism awesome and and into nominalism is that we do not look to the law to make us right with God but we also recognize that there is a use for the law and teaching us how to obey and how to serve right and so you know despite The the criticisms that are are often lobbied against us we are not And no means and we are not legalists in in our use of the law and I just realized Antonin as a might be a new word for some people drew through the Novi Anisim to. Oh sorry yeah that's true so anti nomadism it means anti And so these are people who deny what we were talking about in the third use of the law. So it's kind of like well Christ has died for all of that So can continue in San and and Paul answered that I mentioned earlier in the episode. Shall we go on sending so that grace may abound may never be and so. That's what we're talking about with Antonio Munis M. maybe you could mention what neo meanness as well Ninomiya. Similar legalism is the is the idea that that the law has is a place in our in our keeping. The law has a place in our being right with God right in neither in Our justification or in our some would say in our final salvation. That are good. Works are are part of earning.

John Paul US Christ Rachel John Fong Ville Lord Willing Israel Shen Ben John Antonio Munis M. Scott Clark Novi Anisim nominalism Wellington Antonin Kim Louis
"john fong" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"john fong" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"An old friend. John Hart song spectrum sports net the face of the dodger network in LA. John, it's great to catch up with you. I don't want to delay this question, you and I have been in the same work circles for many years. But I wanna make sure that you and your viewers do understand the difference between the ocean and the bay is that understood in LA I think our viewers do, I'm not sure that max month. He smacked months. He's a guy from Texas. They'll maybe there's a little bit of confusion there. But I think they're just having a little fun with it anyway. They've been pretty good t shirts. And it's been a lot of fun. How sales go get it out of the ocean going, by the way. Do you have one yet? I do not have one. We've put in a request to get one your center the network. So we're still working on that. We saw max was taking batting practice in the. A t-shirt before they were playing the cubs, if you days ago, and we got a good kick out of that. So I don't know magin sales are brisk but I don't have the official numbers. I'm still waiting for my mind. What are you expect you on Thursday? When these two guys meet again, I don't really know what to expect to be honest with you, because I think that a lot of people down here, don't know what to expect from Madison Bumgarner because he seemed kind of as a wildcard, not quite a hothead, but just you don't really know from game to game or out in outing what to expect from him because we've seen him run a little hot against the dodgers in the past, whether it was feel queasy or with other guys and in that game against the dodgers a couple of Sundays ago you could tell that he was agitated the first batter the game. He was not liking umpire's calls. And I think that's what kind of sparked has reaction to max Muncie hitting one into the bay not the ocean. And I don't think that we're going to see anything on Thursday. I think I would be. Really surprised if something did happen because I think he admitted after the game that this is the way the game is nowadays and max Muncie. Also admitted that he was probably just upset because he made a mistake with that pitch. But months, he doesn't want to turn this into a gaseous week type of situation. That's not in his personality at all. I think he was more surprised with mad bums reaction to him hitting the home run. And during fat flip, and then slowly starting his trot. I don't know. I mean it's funny by the way, you know, mad by is an easy guy to agitate especially on game day. That's that is the way runs in, you know, I, I saw a lot of people in two thousand nineteen is like this. I think fans want personality. They're okay with, with guys showing a little bit of that out there. And, and so when Muncie did that and I have zero problem with it. But a lot of people then said, oh, gosh. Here's mad bomb old school type of reaction. And I thought to myself, wait a minute. He made a good point after the game. The old school reaction would have. Been to do nothing and then throw it in the next time he was up. Right. You know, Bumgarner said look, if you want a motion, and you want him to show, his Whitehead, I show mine, I thought it was a fair, a pretty fair point. It was a fair point. And you're right. I think the old school way would have been to hit him the next time and some of us were kind of expecting maybe something to happen later in that game. But the fact that it didn't I think it said a lot about Madison Bumgarner. But what I also think is interesting, Mark just to pick up on his reaction to max Muncie, dropping the bat and slowly getting out of the box when mad bond took hundred deep at address stadium earlier this year, we ran it side by side. He sat and watched the home run for no less amount of time than back Muncie. That, that doesn't surprise me. It was all dental. And you know, I think I think Madison Bumgarner would probably admit, yeah, I overreacted if he would ever admit something like that. I don't know if he would. But I think after watching it and then watching him hit a home run off review or earlier this season. They're pretty much the same John. What's also interesting is moments like that. Make it really feel like giants dodgers. And even though one team is just humming yet again in the dodgers. And the giants are in the in the midst of a full transition. And and and way way way out of first place the games between the two. This year had absolutely still felt like giants dodgers games very low scoring very close has that been a little surprising to you. It hasn't been surprising to us because we've been seeing this for a long time, even the stretch when the dodgers have won six straight division titles. The giants actually have a better record than the dodgers head to head over these last six years now. Going on this, this, this seventh years. So it is no surprise to us whatsoever. And actually, if you look into tonight's game, the first ten games they played this year. The game has been within one run in the seventh inning or later in nine of the ten games what these two teams do there's always good pitching. It seems like the giants get up playing against the dodgers and they're always, hotly. Contested tight games. John Hart dog spectrum sports net. The face of the dodger network with us tonight on these sports leader. Okay. John Fong side. He takes over the giants. I'll let you know that, that up here. There's still, I guess the best way to put it as a lot of question marks just because the giant fan base are they love their guys? They love Bruce Bochy there, the last fan base, I guess, if you will to really embrace the new school and analytic, so no one's down on Farhadi that much. I just think that people are kind of, you know, looking at them with one eyebrow up. Like what, what is it, you're about to do? Here. So what would you share with giants fans about Farhadi? Well, I think they've already kind of seen some of it. He's a guy that he likes to try to find a diamond in the rough someone that got away from another organization. Plug them in and see if he can find something, and you'll see a lot of rest or moves and I know you guys have tried so many different outfielders this year, you're trying to throw a few things up against the wall and see if it sticks, but he had success with max months. If you talked about him earlier, but months, he was a guy. He had an Oakland and Oakland. Let him go at the end of spring training in two thousand seventeen and he was sitting at home on the couch and the start of April that season started and far hunt in the dodgers called them up and said, hey, you wanna come play for us, and we'll send you down to triple A, and that's how he got the job. And now you look at what max Muncie. He has become just be ready for a lot of different roster moves, and he'll scour and try to find some little diamonds in the rough out there in the meantime, he will try to build through the farm system. I know that your farm system up there with the giants has not been all that great in recent years, and I think he's doing. As a complete rebuild as opposed to. When he and Andrew Friedman, I came here to the dodgers, it did take some getting used to. But they're cupboard was pretty full. Yeah. Guys, like Cory Seager coming up, and you had fell in Germany at Jack Petersen. And they drafted Walker feel they had all these young guys that were coming up, and they were just sitting there in the farm system. And I don't think the giants quite have that right now. So I think he's going to be in for a little larger rebuilding what the dodgers and Andrew Friedman four hundred. I had to go through here. What's your thought on the possibility of these two teams actually getting together on a deal because of that history with John and the dodgers KARN front office? I never thought that I would see the day, something like that happen. Because I grew up here in Los Angeles, and I've been a dodger fan since the seventies, and I know you grew up, huge giants fan and it's hard for me to fathom that happening, but far hundred Andrew have viewed this rivalry through a completely different lens than the reps device have is the ones who've grown up loving the dodgers. The giants since we were kids it wouldn't surprise me to see them out some kind of trade because Farhan knows is dodgers farm system up and down. He knows the best players who to ask for he knows who is also overvalued. Maybe a little bit is not as good as what some people might think, so I think from that standpoint I could see far Han making the move and he's talked about it. He's mentioned that if it's a chance to make your rivals weaker for the future, then why not do it? But the dodger fans also would say, hey, you trade us someone from your bullpen, a piece or two from your bullpen and you help us when a World Series we will gladly do that. And I can't imagine giants fans and that sitting all that well, with them trading something to weaken us for the future to help the dodgers win a World Series. So I don't think it's going to happen, but it wouldn't surprise me to be honest with you. And I never thought I would say that. Yeah. I think the original conversation or concern amongst giants fans is how could you take a Patel? For instance, a home grown a World Series winning guy like Madison Bumgarner in and think about the dodgers, but that's probably not the match. The match is probably out in the bullpen right? Oh, absolutely. I mean, I think it'd be hilarious of Madison. Bumgarner was traded to the dive under any circumstance. But there are pieces in that bullpen that any team would certainly be seeking a guy like Tony Watson or Will Smith or even Dyson or work dot and they've got a bunch of arms, and that bullpen and Andrew Friedman is going to be looking for some pitching maybe one or two pieces for the bullpen before the trade deadline. So that's certainly something to watch for. That would be crazy to think wouldn't it to see the dodgers and giants make it really would. And if something, you know, the, the, you know how giants and dodgers fans are right now. It's very easy argument. Giants fans you can say last place, but you can say. Hey, three championships. Since two thousand ten the dodgers haven't won since I was thirteen years old, John. But then the other side is the dodgers of the organization that's currently healthy and winning every year. If it were a giant reliever that was, like on the mound to end the World Series and finally push them over the top. I don't know about the optics there. I think you guys sick. Yes. Yes. Dodger fans would gladly inflict. You said it's been thirty one years. We would gladly trade someone that's going to help you guys in the future tweak. It just win one World Series. Because it has been so long they just they're trying to win one at this point. And obviously you saw what happened the last couple of years. Yeah. How would you describe by the way the lack of that World Series? Ring affects the way the whole world views Clayton Kershaw. Wow. Well, I think it's pretty obvious because you hear it on the outside that people say, oh, he can't win the big one. He can't win the big one but people on the inside people here in the organization. Don't feel that way at all. I mean this is a guy that wants the ball in the big spot. He's as competitive as they come. And if anything he just wants it too much. I mean he's not afraid of anything but he wants it so badly. And. He'll be the first one admit that's the one thing that has left on his resume to, to check off. And, and he wants to get it done. And he's trying to do with without having the same kind of stuff that he had four and five years ago. But it's really good to hear your voice. This was fun. I appreciate you doing it. And if the giants and dodgers making other trade where we're going to have to do it again. Love to. It's good to catch up with. You mark. John Hart song very good to catch up with you as well. Spectrum sports net joining us this evening. Alright not done. Yeah, we'll go to the top of the hour and then get the replay going of the game tonight. Coming up next, we have not been able to dive in yet, to what the empire's union put on Twitter today, after Manny Machado received a one game suspension for arguing with an empire and making contact it absolutely deserves our time. So we'll, we'll dive into that next. Mark Willard with you tonight on these sports leader..

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"john fong" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on KCRW

"Played stadiums. She was in mulies advertised brands, like, Motorola, and Yves Saint Laurent all over Asia. Denise ho is a singer of cantopop, which means that she performs in the Chinese dialect of Cantonese. At her peak. She was one of the top selling female artists in Hong Kong and played over mainland, China and Taiwan, basically any countries with a large Chinese emigre population that staff writer, John Fong who recently profiled Denise ho, and then two thousand fourteen rolls around and students and activists took to the streets to ask for more democratic process and Denise joined them in their fight for universal suffrage the protests, which sprung up in various neighborhoods throughout Hong Kong became known as the umbrella movement and the umbrella was a powerful symbol because it was a tool that protesters used to defend themselves against the cheer gas that police officers or spraying on them. Denise was arrested on national television and became an enduring image of the struggle for democracy. Before them Brel movement. Denise ho was earning about eighty percent of her income from mainland China where she is now. Prohibited from performing and where her music has been completely scrubbed from the internet. Now, Denise ho is trying to reinvent herself as something like a counter, cultural songwriter, all under the very watchful eye of the Chinese government. Here's John Fong, speaking with Denise ho. So you grew up in Hong Kong, and you moved Montreal at age eleven and then you moved back to Hong Kong to pursue your scene. Career did being away from Hong Kong for almost ten years. Make you see Hong Kong differently by the time. You came back at age nineteen or twenty. Well, it was kind of a dream that I had I guess during the teenage years to, you know, maybe someday go back to Hong Kong because why was it important to you to go back to Hong Kong. Why did you? I myself singing, you know, besides so India on. French or I didn't see myself having a career in in Canada. And so I was really update with what was happening in the music and entertainment industry in Hong Kong, my idol is this cantopop diva Anita MUI, and she was some some sort of a link between me and Hong Kong, I guess, you know, during all those years that wasn't in Hong Kong. She was this very very extravagant singer with all of you know, these costumes, and and she was amazing on stage..

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"john fong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like, Motorola, and Yves Saint Laurent all over Asia. Denise ho is a singer of cantopop, which means that she performs in the Chinese dialect of Cantonese. At her peak. She was one of the top selling female artists in Hong Kong and played over mainland, China and Taiwan, basically any countries with a large Chinese immigration population that staff writer, John Fong who recently profiled Denise ho, and then two thousand fourteen rolls around and students and activists took to the streets to ask for more democratic process and Denise join them in their fight for universal suffrage the protests, which sprung up in various neighborhoods throughout Hong Kong became known as the rela movement and the umbrella was a powerful symbol because it was a tool that protesters used to defend themselves against the cure gas that police officers or spraying on them. Denise was arrested on national television and became an enduring image of the struggle for democracy. Before them Brel movement. Denise ho was earning about eighty percent of her income from mainland China where she is now. Prohibited from performing and where her music has been completely scrubbed from the internet. Now, Denise ho is trying to reinvent herself as something like a counter, cultural songwriter, all under the very watchful eye of the Chinese government. Here's Jiang fon speaking with Denise ho. So you grew up in Hong Kong, and you move to Montreal at age eleven and then you moved back to Hong Kong to pursue your seem career did being away from Hong Kong for almost ten years. Make you see Hong Kong differently by the time. You came back at age nineteen twenty. Well, it was kind of a dream that I had. I guess during the teenage years to, you know, maybe someday go back to Hong Kong because. Why was it important to you to go back to Hong Kong? Why I myself singing, you know, besides so India? You know in French or I didn't see myself having a career in in Canada. And so I was really update with what was happening in the music and entertainment industry, Hong Kong, my idol is this cantopop diva Anita MUI, and she was some some sort of a link between me and Hong Kong, I guess, you know, during all those years that I wasn't Hong Kong. She was this very very extravagant singer with all these costumes, and and she was amazing on stage. He had this showmanship that was uncomparable team.

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"john fong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the New Yorker radio hour, I'm David. The. Denise ho was one of the biggest pop stars in China. She played stadiums. She was in mulies, she advertised brands, like, Motorola, and Yves Saint Laurent all over Asia. Denise ho is a singer of cantopop, which means that she performs in the Chinese dialect of Cantonese. At her peak. She was one of the top selling female artists in Hong Kong and played over mainland, China and Taiwan, basically any countries with a large Chinese immigrant population that staff writer, John Fong who recently profiled Denise ho, and then two thousand fourteen rolls around and students and activists took to the streets to ask for more democratic process and Denise joined them in their fight for universal suffrage the protests, which sprung up in various neighborhoods throughout Hong Kong became known as the umbrella movement and the umbrella was a powerful symbol because it was a tool at protesters used to defend themselves against the cheer gas that police officers or spraying on them. Denise was arrested on national television and became an enduring image of the struggle for democracy. Before them Brel movement. Denise ho was earning about eighty percent of her income from mainland China where she is now. Prohibited from performing and where her music has been completely scrubbed from the internet. Now, Denise ho is trying to reinvent herself something like a counter, cultural songwriter, all under the very watchful eye of the Chinese government. Here's John Fong speaking with Denise ho so you grew up in Hong Kong, and you moved to Montreal at age eleven and then you moved back to Hong Kong to pursue your seen career did being away from Hong Kong for almost ten years. Make you see Hong Kong differently by the time. You came back at age twenty. Well, it was kind of you know. A dream that I had I guess during the teenage years to, you know, maybe someday go back to Hong Kong because. Why was it important you to go back to Hong Kong? Why did you I myself singing, you know, besides so India on? French or I didn't see myself having a career in in Canada. And so I was really update with what was happening in the music and entertainment industry in Hong Kong, my idol is this canto pop diva Anita MUI, and she was some some sort of a link between me and Hong Kong, I guess, you know, during all those years that wasn't Hong Kong. She was this very very extravagant singer with all of you know, these costumes, and and she was amazing on stage. He had this showmanship that was.

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"john fong" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Voices return so offensive. What does it? Well, do okay is such a nightmare for big. Well as discipline is excellent. That's one it's a range of things one and -ticipant. He's picking up as a magical cures of the patterns and also his homework beforehand of understanding tendencies etcetera. Reactions very quick his agility is ability to move body, and that certain way, whether someone jams him up he can make a little shift. He sees things quickly. And that range of movement has the flexibility allows them to get his boating position. Even when he's fool stretch, he's still able to have the range and also the core strength to handle the power this coming in to his racket. And then of course, is the racket skills themselves. We talk a lot about that the tall four five. They're able to defend better than the others. They do they defend an been well developed. I don't. Yes. Some natural talent. But it's also been developed and honed from very young age to hand skills as you touch the ball. What can you do as you have that moment of contact? They're able to have more feeling of all and they make more. And the one thing that joke does. So. Well, is it he's not just getting it back? They're maintains yet she against neutralized off the big neutralize just get it back. But first job get it back in neutralize off the for seven dice. Why think in such drive? You say look, he's playing Eastland believe is vying. Remember that I? Magic as one one thirty or something of that. And he just boom. And that's what he's capable of. And the thing is he's playing great. He is playing. Great tennis. Oh whilst under sin has to do job. He is to try and get to breakers. And then see what happens and that will be his his job Holzer. That's control. I think look before you me, I'll sit and I joke, visual and federal funnel. I think we're all for that. He was gonna win. It took. Yeah. I think Djokovic looked it's tough to get final with Djokovic. John fong. Just just finally they own ATP Cup was announced yesterday. Davis Cup is is changing. What do you make of it or where we're going to end up with it? So we we ever gonna get to the the dream scenario as I see it of a single team event that everybody gets behind, and we can we can all enjoy. Or are we going to have these offensively? I don't what do you want to call them competing events. But it muddies the water doesn't a chunk of it. She said we could end up with AfriC team events unsustainable. And we're going to end up with quantity, not quality. What do you think? I think there's been a Joycelyn physician has this been, you know. A lot of people trying to Mark territory. And that's what happens when you go sport this governed by different bodies. But different things the has been politics as being different investments and village to protect their own patch. And and look the one thing I would say when you stay back from it will settle a some point. But always in any industry when people are playing their cars and trying to get the biggest investment there's a race. There's a race to get things done and things start looking kale take which has been and it might be for a little while by venture. What would say is the investments come back into tennis? No, look it's been invested into labor Cup been invested into Davis Cup. Look what's been invest in day to become is that good for the sport is going to be more sport to watch players again. Paid more. I firmly believe that team.

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"john fong" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"She always. Maroon five will be the Super Bowl halftime show. Right. The Twitter reactions we're getting right now are kind of making me think that maroon five might not be the Sobral halftime show. Like I feel like they're going to look and see people's reactions and be like, oh, boy, yes. So because I don't think I, I love Moore and five. I love love listening to maroon five thing. They're great. Like I would go to remove maroon five concert. I just don't know if they can put on like a show time caliber show. Yeah, because listening to maroon five is like you're listening to music too slow. Moving like, what like what song are they going to play to get the crowd going. Easy exxon. What that's not an. I also love maroon five, but I am not excited for rain is like, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Like everybody's on states and not gonna lie. Everybody would probably be bopping grooving, but I don't know if it's like Super Bowl. Yeah, like this winter, shocker, maybe sugar. I look. I love maroon five. I think they're great, but I just don't see with the Super Bowl also being it Lanta. People were expecting some kind of like hype, Atlanta, shit, I think you know, well, yet you would expect like report at an all time, bad tweet all the time too. They tweeted like maroon five question Mark and it was Jif of migos like getting up from an interview in walking away, like I get it migos from Atlanta, and I'm sure maybe if some other artists was doing the halftime show they could bring me goes for somebody goes not headlining deserve to headline several halftime show. Now lease. Give me migos opening for Drake, migos is not getting the Super Bowl header Grado, but they're not Super Bowl. Five could bring out migos if they wanted to earn five like like moves like Jagger. Like I five song with Cardi b. like they could bring out Cardi b. and Megan. Yeah, I could see Cardi b. doing halftime, but like they could just have that one little blip. They bring Cardi b. amigos. But yeah, I don't think I don't think a lot of people are pumped about it except John. John Fong wrote a blog about how much he loves maroon five, but I love maroon five. I totally. I love her and five to just wish it was something a little more entertaining because. In five, we're just getting going the band up there and they're going to, you know, it's not like they're great dancers or anything like that or notch like best performer in the world. And I, I Don Levin is great, and he does have great stage presence. And I just, I just don't. I'm not positive. If if they could really. Like put together a full halftime show, you know? Yeah. So it'll be. It'll be interesting. I'm not. I'm not crazy, especially last year was Justin Timberlake? Yeah. And it's like, okay, now we're getting like they're all kind of in the same wheelhouse. But Justin, Timberlake, Justin, Tim show. Yes, but it is all obviously like very poppy. Yeah. So maybe I was kinda thinking with the being Alanna maybe they like mix it up a little bit. Maybe what I've moonville they'll have to. I think they'll have to bring a lot of people. Yeah. Nobody just wants to watch maroon five. Yeah, it's tough because Robbie also was like, oh, like it's kind of like cold play and they copay put on a great after I love their halftime show. I also co plays they own for having those concerts. There are concerts are amazing. The show that I went to two summers ago is one of my favorite shows ever. Yeah. So they re so it's like it's very different and I feel like there are different Coldplay songs that really hype you up. And I just I don't know what song I would pick from earn five..

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"john fong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Cabinet if you're heading on the inbound side at twenty five to thirty minute delay from all. Approaches and getting to the. App side still recovering from the Yankee game leading out the Deegan has gotten a little bit better. Looks like we're heavy from the one thirties on. Up, in the southbound Degan slow from two one thirties down to the RFK triborough bridge the. Cross Bronx westbound we had a crash by, the major Deegan you are loaded coming out, of castle hill avenue westbound side out to that point that's actually kind of helping, some of, the Degan traffic sneak up and out. To the Georgia's those folks are, stuck on I ninety. Five out before the Degan ramps Harlem. River drive slow from the, one sixties on up that's about the same for the west side highway now Lincoln tunnel about twenty to twenty five coming into town and the Holland, tunnel definitely better if, you're taking the turnpike over one nine both cost you about ten or fifteen minutes maybe a little bit worse from that. One and nine approach Lower East river crossings. The EPA Brooklyn Bridge the heaviest of the bunch the beak We still recovery customer earlier problem sat down in the Caccia SCO bridge so you're very heavy in both directions on the BQ to that point next traffic update less than ten minutes away on. WCBS and now the forecast with meteorologist Frank straight clouds limit sun this afternoon warm and muggy with high eighty two showers and thunderstorms in the area the potentials. There for the slow moving downpours to produce. Some flooding in some areas that don't drive through, flooded areas sticky tonight with clowns. Lingering showers low seventy two it'll stay unsettled for tomorrow and Tuesday clouds limiting sun highs in. The low eighties both days. We'll see you shower thunderstorm in spots each day right now little sunshine through the clouds eighty one. Degrees in central park seventy eight new Rochelle and. Seventy eight in Stanford WCBS news time four forty there's an effort to clean up abandoned cars. From the streets and Stanford Sean Adams is, there who wants a broken down hunk of, junk in front of their home no one apparently it's been a problem in Stanford, plenty of, folks complained about old beat up rusted. Out cars Being left to rot in the same space. For long periods of time police, chief John Fong. Now people are leaving their cars in spots for more than twenty four hours people are Bandini. Cars no longer can they pay the taxes and they can't pay for this to- trek to the junkyard the chief says his officers are cracking down over the past two days they put bright orange. Stickers on sixty five abandoned or neglected vehicles the tags worn the owners to move the cars or they will be towed Eliezer back with their stickers.

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"john fong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Route six seventeen on eastbound right at a going through, Chester, you get a little break and then on the brakes again most of the way down to the harem tolls getting onto the south New York state through that through a delay continues as you head into the split for. Seventeen and twenty seven right around the New Jersey state, line if you're staying on eighty seven and two hundred seventy we'll be slow. From the spring valley tolls down to the Palisades interstate Parkway we are getting a buildup both ways. On the tappan Zee bridge now just on the Spanish itself and, as you come northbound off of this ban up, through exit eleven and again heading up to the Palisades Parkway you will. Be on the brakes Westchester a little bit better to eighty seven is clear from end to end the hutch has been slow. Traffic avenue as still the case right now in both directions also, northbound cross on northbound. Delays getting to the cross county Parkway twenty minutes in it the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln tunnel about fifteen to twenty in to Holland with the, turnpike slightly better than one. Nine Next traffic update less than ten minutes away, a WCBS and the forecast with meteorologist Frank strain, clouds limit sun this afternoon warm and muggy with a high eighty two. We'll have showers and thunderstorms in the area the potentials there for the slow moving downpours to produce some flooding in some areas. Don't drive through flooded areas sticky tonight with clouds lingering showers low, seventy two it'll stay. Unsettled for tomorrow and Tuesday clouds limiting sun highs in the low eighties both days we'll see shower thunderstorm and spots each day Right now eighty three degrees some clouds a little bit, of sunshine, peeking through. The clouds in central park seventy-five in garden city eighty four and Benson Hurst. Eighty endearing on WCBS news, time to. Forty there is an effort to clean up abandoned cars from. The streets in Stanford Sean Adams is there and explains who wants a broken down hunk of junk in. Front of their home no one apparently it's been a problem in. Stanford plenty of folks complained about old beat up rusted out cars being left to rot in the same space for long periods of time police chief John Fong no people are leaving their cars and, spots for more than twenty four hours people. Are Bandini their cars no longer can they. Pay the taxes and they can't pay for this the tow truck to the junkyard the chief says his officers, are cracking down over the past, two days they. Put bright orange stickers on sixty five abandoned or neglected vehicles the tags worn the owners to. Move the cars or they will be towed Eliecer back..

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"john fong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In law and co-founders Melissa Regan battalion, and, Laura Atelli developed. Jar goods from a homemade family recipe Laura's father had a restaurant in New Jersey where. People would line up around the block for is tomato based sauces Melissa and Laura use the homemade recipe to bring classic red vodka pesto my favorite and, other sauces to marketing stores like whole foods you. Saw the big consumer product, companies were then kind of talking down Down to people yeah It's tough, to spot but yeah. I guess that's right there's a real brands. Intracity there in that it's about. Someone else's grandma's recipe it's about the old country. Specifically and pasta sauces, it's about maximizing profits and that leads to really dreary brands that. Don't deliver good product so on the flip, side of the coin we. Are conversely consumer Centric so we're. Delivering stuff that's good quality of that. Doesn't deliver that. Message it's about us it's about are consumer Melissa and Laura started with one hundred fifty. Bucks and turn poverty tellies tomato sauce into jar goods now available in whole. Foods and other stories you can see how they did it at WCBS. Eight eighty dot com slash spotlight abandoned and neglected cars getting the, hook. In one Connecticut shitty Sean Adams tells us about the effort to clean up. The streets, of, Stanford Stanford, police chief John Fong no remembers a simpler time back in the. Seventies Eastep assigned Poulsen Stanford always a place to park those. Days are long gone parking spaces are hard to come by so it's frustrating when someone leaves a beat up old rusted out. Jalopy with a flat. Tire in, the same space for. A long period of time people are leaving. Their cars in spots for more. Than twenty four hours people are banding their cars. No longer can pay, the taxes and they can't pay for this the tow truck to. Get them to the junkyard I found one, on the west side with. A bright orange sticker on the. Window notifying the owner that the vehicle. Is under investigation. Over the.

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"john fong" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Yeah i don't trust anybody with it now i know that feeling or ask the dust the john fong tei book was made into a movie and i'm like there's no way i'm going to watch that that's just book means too much to me don't fuck it up yeah yeah we'll all right we can finish up here with a couple of segments okay finish finish up with what ebert said and then five questions okay this is a complete disappointment i always like to go back and see what roger ebert thought of these films and rumble fish got mixed reviews at the time i mean a lot of people it was very brave ardy movie i think play even called it an art film for teenagers and also shot up to sophie coupla little young sophia domino i didn't even realize it yeah are watching last night we were like oh my god that's so great to she was maybe her best acting performance as introducing domino and i was like wait a minute as looking for a name yeah but she had this big adult size teeth in that little e app kid mouth very cute super cute but a brave movie for him to make the time a lot of critics didn't like it and didn't get it i think of as nothing but brave yeah he really roll the dice he was in clearly not well at about clearly not concerned about making a commercial movie because he expressed great disappointment that teenagers didn't flock to it like they did outsiders.

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"john fong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine it's very easy to listen to be on your echo smart speaker just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio a snowstorm in the swift's alves turns deadly claiming the lives of four climbers and leaving five others in critical condition helicopters were dispatched as part of the ongoing and massive effort to rescue more than a dozen hikers from france and germany italy as well who were caught off guard by high winds snow and cold and forced to spend the night outdoors several of those who were rescued are currently being treated for hypothermia three people died in a hospital and the fourth apparently was killed in in a fall the islamic state group continues its violent ways and afghanistan this time staging a double suicide bombing in central kabul at least twenty five people were killed in at least forty five injured one of the attacks was aimed at journalists a talker for a cameraman for a local television station and several reporters for the afghan branch of radio free europe were among the nine fatalities journalists the us embassy has condemned today's double suicidebombing it says in part we extend our deepest condolences to the families friends and colleagues of all the victims including a number of brave journalism on the dead and injured just days into the new job america's top diplomat has hit the ground running he's now on a peace mission in the mid east secretary of state mike pompeo says resolving the mideast conflict remains a priority despite the us recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital we certainly believe that the israelis impulsive need to have political engagement we urge the palestinians to return to that political dialogue asked about the killing of forty palestinian protesters in gaza over the past month palm peyot said israel has the right to defend itself robert berger cbs news jerusalem local researcher is now working on a new tool that could be the key to treating number of genetic disorders and diseases he was featured last night sixty minutes for the past several years mit professor junk fong has been working closely on a gene editing tool called crisper about six thousand or more diseases that are caused by a faulty genes the hope is that we'll be able to address most if not all the boston business journal reports are professor john fong has founded a new startup company.

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"john fong" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"I was spending twelve or something and i sent you a wedding present when he got married and no one was about i probably the federal main and then i'm and then and then i moved onto well i had before that was southern sons which is australian much older than what i was like i was nine and i would have been the the youngest was eighteen on no argument that because i'm like oh my god he's only nine years older than me you've been married work long now yeah i just i had scrapbooks and put the other guys in the band were really probably twenties early thirties and that's when you nine but they have these really long longhand bushy eyebrows them just raw dinner and leather anyway and that they weren't like sore rock my parents wouldn't let me listen to them now wholesome kind of sound to be let john fong he's another voted out of styling singer anyway so that so that was my first be crushing than my as a fan go and then shane warne and then savage garden and i have loved down hayes for twenty oh he when he went two years and he went solo didn't say cheval yeah and this i how i taught tonnetto team on he's podcast a few years ago by side myself i've met him a few times zone he does actually now he had a slight interview star on a few a few years ago i bet that someone talks but he hasn't maybe one now i think it's called way pay to say this that rings a bell.

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"john fong" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WTMA

"I'm john batchelor with thaddeus mccotter david drucker john fong john your article at the national review online i haven't been watching california politics moment to moment and this seems like an unusual turn once upon a time it was a test question about the eighth or ninth grade nullification andrew jackson is california speaking of nullification or is that just us back here on the east saying you can't say no to the federal government usa today is going to have a very interesting column tomorrow suggesting that california should be treated like it's an insurrection i mean after all you have the federal government being completely ignored when it comes to immigration law whichever new agrees it's has primacy on so when jerry brown and went california officials thumb their nose at the federal government it hearkens back to the civil war hearkens back to andrew jackson can confrontation with south carolina and when the mayor of oakland engages in what could be called obstruction of justice by literally alerting criminals and people's facing deportation that there's an ice raid about to take place in their neighborhood you have to ask yourself is california really trying to secede from the union because sure acting like it david you reported on california politics before you helped us all by reporting on federal politics is this just california and should we just just smile and wait well look i think it's true the california is chris wayne wait a minute was california has long left wing progressive issue well but even still you know just ten fifteen years ago californians would still what the scans at a tax increase despite their west wing politics and other bits policy so things it's definitely changed i would say that a lot of this an agreement it's it's not right the federal government has surpremacy here and it's not healthy for elected officials to from there.

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"john fong" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on AP News

"I had the detroit lions to the list of nfl teams looking for a new head coach a piece that a cap reports 13 as part of ways with coach jim caldwell although wraps up his fouryear tenure in detroit with a record of thirty six than twenty eight making the playoffs in two of those years and losing both times in the wild card round and a press conference on monday general manager bob quinn cited called wells poor record against some of the leaked more successful teams as one of the primary reasons for the move the lions will reportedly set their sights on patriots defensive coordinator math patricia and texans defensive coordinator and former patriot linebacker mike vrabel both have relationships with quinn who left the patriots to join the lions two years ago danny camp detroit the john fong to era is over in chicago a piece david schuster reports the bears of given fox the booed after a third straight lastplace finish following a fourteen n 34 record over the last three years the chicago bears fired head coach john foxo at one year remaining on his contract fox who took both the panthers and the broncos to super bowls in its previous to nfl stops never could get things to work with the bears the team finished in last place each of his three years in the nfc north and offensively was annually one of the worst teams in the league the bears will likely look for an offense of minded coach to try and speed up the development of quarterback mitch trubisky david schuster chicago cuddly puppies are included in the russian armed forces new year's greetings video the one minute video shows dozens of puppies sharing food and cuddling and older dogs are seen playing with officers the softer approach by russia's defence ministry comes after a year of showing off its military might in syria in the chinese calendar 2018 as the year of the dog so many russians are using dogs in their holiday greetings the season more than three thousand dogs are employed in the russian armed forces.

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"john fong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"john fong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The second half of the naked at the replay the john fox had seen four he was going to staub necessarily go that way for eitan and nobody saw the bobble as the ball was extended by cunningham the running back then he cutting in to the everyone was focused on was yang was his thigh down before the beneath the pylon because and other factors not step out is you know that i was not down before the ball on the goalline you saw when you saw it really slowed down and we until late was the ball was coming out and that's the thing that nobody saw certainly labor coach box told john fong chan in the bears box he didn't see that either such a pierce really with the difference in the ball game really was any know what in hindsight they never should pilarczyk as you would have had the ball at the whether she oliver to your you know your your first go right there at the 2yard line your drive nationwide why waste to challenge their add something you know but they really did not do themselves he ever but hey no complaints here us up injurywise though packers no even more banged up you lose two more running rugby players and also there was another injury is well wasn't there uh uh these hamstring tightened up on him a little bit yeah kevin kane went out with what appear to be a shoulder injury late in the ballgame nutmegged with that status will be of the guys forward but it's the nfl and if you don't have injuries you don't have a play the right that's true while five and four the packers much elect wild card race through league game behind others some other there's some bunching up is a number five and four teams they're not out of this with seven games banning no not at jane absolutely so i think you know not out of it and also now that the abc you'll they've makes and plays a quarterback they feel like they're i can tell you this the team itself feels real good going forward in probably better than most the about their chances so in that's all the counts thinking managed what they think and that was a huge win yesterday in all respects packers given sunday new.

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