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Latest podcast episodes about John Johnson

The Local Podcast
John Johnson and the History of Banking in the Black Hills

The Local Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:02


Join Clay Birkeland, Director of Ag Banking at Pioneer Bank & Trust, and long-time area banker John Johnson as they discuss the history of banking in the Black Hills, what has changed and what has remained the same. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Laurie Talks
What to Do When People Tell You About You: Unsolicited Input | EP 30

Laurie Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 12:00


A few days ago I was on the phone with one of my nieces. Somehow, somewhere in our long conversation, she suggested that I, LaurieTALKS, have little to show for all the years of effort I've dedicated to my career. My reaction to this bomb my niece dropped on me? To spontaneously record this episode. My dear Big Dreamer, one day you may encounter someone who doesn't know what you know. Or see what you see. Or both. When that someone proceeds to share their opinion of you, remember this: You know what's possible for your life — because you hold the vision for transforming your dream into a reality.  Here are a few more takeaways. Your voyage is personal. Another person's point of view, their thoughts and opinions, have little to do with you — especially if these leave you feeling low. Or depleted. Or broken.  When a person gives you feedback, if your response is to constructively self-explore, that's one thing. If you respond by doubting yourself, that's entirely different. Even when the person's intentions are noble, if their feedback leaves you disbelieving your own everything, you absolutely must drawback from a potential cramp in your roll.  Exploring and sharing your creative voice requires patience . . . patience with the aspects of the world around you that you can't control. If you occasionally ask yourself, “How am I going to make it?” or “Can I really build a life and a living around my artistry?” — you're not alone. These are questions many artists have had at one time or another.  And finally, remaining brave is part of the process. It's through trying, testing, and experimenting that we sometimes learn what we don't want in life. Regarding that phone call and my niece's comment about what I have and haven't accomplished to date . . .  it was perfect. Because it brought me right here to this moment. Right here and now — with you.  Thank you for listening. Please consider leaving a comment on Apple Podcast. I appreciate reading your impressions. Content guide for this show/episode: LaurieTALKS talks for the first seven minutes.  Musical guest* @officialvitalmentality plays for five minutes. No ads or sponsorships in this episode. @k.sounds.audio . . . Mr. John Johnson, y'all.  @sam_navarro *If you have audio you'd like to submit for play at the end of a LaurieTALKS, please submit it to music@LaurieTALKS.com. Thank you. 

Texas Impact's Weekly Witness
Ep. 163 Weekly Witness: Federal Build Back Better with ELCA's John Johnson

Texas Impact's Weekly Witness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 41:29


Weekly Witness: ELCA's John Johnson joins Scott Atnip to discuss the federal reconciliation bill and later on Josh Houston joins him to provide a legislative update.

Chico After Dark
Eric Edholm is most excited to see John Johnson III in the new-look Browns defense

Chico After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 16:27


Eric Edholm, NFL analyst for Yahoo Sports, tells Mike "Chico" Bormann he is most excited to see John Johnson III in the new-look Browns defense as they go over the top headlines in the NFL as the season kicks off on the Friday edition of "Chico After Dark." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Browns Plainly Podcast
Back to Kansas City with a purpose with SI's Pete Smith

Browns Plainly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021


Host Jeff Lloyd is joined by Sports Illustrated's Pete Smith for the first pregame show of the Browns '21 season. Do Odell Beckham and Peoples-Jones open up passing lanes for the others. Will the Chiefs O line with 3 eookiws be ready for the heavy pass rush attack they are going to face. Will newcomers John Johnson and Owusu-Koramoah find early success? #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #OdellBeckham #MylesGarrett #JadeveonClowney #JohnJohnsonIII Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. RunYourPool Check ‘em out TODAY and get $10 off at RunYourPool.com and use promo code LockedOn at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Rothman & Ice
Wednesday August 25, 2021

Rothman & Ice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 123:13


Happy Wednesday! The latest on Dak Prescott, NFL playbook w/ ESPN Insider Adam Schefter, Reds hot on the Wild Card chase, Browns safety John Johnson says team wants revenge on KC, 247Sports' B1G game changers, FanSided's Patrick Schmidt at 1:33pm, Ryan Day on his defensive depth, ranking the top NFL young cores, and Wisconsin 247Sports' Mike Hogan joins at 2:33pm!

Bull & Fox
Browns safety John Johnson III says sky's the limit for this defense; I want to be No. 1 in the NFL

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 14:45


John Johnson III talks about the similarities between the Browns and the Rams, the team's attitude coming off a playoff season a year ago, the upside for this defense with some of the new additions, upcoming joint practices against the Giants and his readiness to see a full stadium for home games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Civilized Barking: A show about the Cleveland Browns
Browns depth chart, preseason preview & more from camp

Civilized Barking: A show about the Cleveland Browns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 50:35


Zac Jackson and Jason Lloyd get you ready for the Browns first preseason game by discussing the latest news and notes from training camp. They talk about Takk McKinley's absence, the continued injury concerns with Grant Delpit and an impressive start for John Johnson. Plus, they discuss the depth chart, the possibility for more extensions before the season and whether or not this year is the Browns best chance to win a Super Bowl.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dead Letter Office of Somewhere, Ohio

A man finds strangely familiar movies outside his door, someone pushes a rock up a hill, a dog chases its tail, and Wren takes things into their own hands. (CWs, minor spoilers: blood, death, brief mention of sex, some language, vomit, birds, dogs, derealization) TRANSCRIPT: WREN: The crowd at the Song Bird had vanished. The edges of the room faded into a misty gray. The woman I'd been talking to was gone. All that remained was the stage, awash in nightclub luminance. There was something standing on the stage. A kind of shapeless being. Its body was waving like a dead flag stirred by a subtle breeze. Harsh noise blared through the ashen bar. It seemed to be facing my direction despite its lack of features. I turned to run for the exit, but the door was no longer there: the back half of the dive bar now extended into an endless void. The jittering form reached out, and from its hand erupted streams of black ribbon. They curled around my feet with some force and bound my movement. I kicked and tore at them, but it was no use. They continued snaking up my legs. The shape on the stage bellowed again, a horn from the lighthouse of the damned, and the ribbons tugged hard at my feet, knocking me down and pulling me toward the thing. The strands were halfway up my torso, and quickly began restricting my arms as I clawed at the checkered linoleum floor. I was pulled halfway up the stage, wrapped nearly to my throat in tight black bands. The closer I got to the umbral figure, the harder it became to breathe. My chest tightened, and each breath felt like I was gulping down burning air. I felt a hot jolt run through my body. I wriggled furiously and knocked over the microphone stand. Feedback screeched through the ethereal room. Just as the ribbon was about to encroach on my lips and stifle my cries, something emerged from the gloom beyond the walls. It flew between the projector and lyrics splashed on the screen and for just an instant, it cast an avian silhouette against the wall: a huge feathered beast, wings flared and talons outstretched to strike. It slammed into the shadow on stage and tore through the strands confining me. No longer connected to my would-be abductor, they lost their mystic pull. I broke my arms free and tore through at the constraints around my feet. It wasn't until later--hunched over my stained coffee table with a mug of green tea, draped in a blanket and shaking--that I realized what had been wrapping me: magnetic ribbon, the kind used in video tapes. The giant raven stood on stage with its back to me, its foot on the slowly vanishing shadow monster. It struck me as odd that the thing had any form at all on which to step. But now was no time for wandering thoughts. I tried to call out, but my voice was hoarse and dry. The bird didn't move. WREN: “You saved me from...whatever that was. Can I repay your kind favor somehow?” The hulking corvid turned its head back to me. It had no beak, nor feathers on its face. Instead I saw pale skin, dark eyes, lips; upsettingly human. AVERY: “You already have,”  WREN: it replied in a voice that sounded uncannily like my own. And then the bar was back, and I was standing alone and disheveled in the middle of a vibrant dance floor. No bird, no shadow, no ribbon. Just me, alone among the crowd. I fled the bar and didn't look back. Though looking back now, I think I forgot to pay my tab. I should probably return soon and hope for a better experience. Now, let's take a look at the penultimate letter in Conway's backlog. It is addressed to a John Johnson at 123 Cool Street, Real City, Ohio. Right...seems like the only indication of where it came from is the stationary, labeled “Welcome to the Deerland Mall.” I don't think I've heard of a Deerland, Ohio, nor its mall. Let's see what this letter has to offer. CONWAY: Let me tell you a story. An aspiring screenwriter and college dropout was working at an indie movie theater. Let's call him John. He worked the late shift, usually slow now that the old college town was starting to lose most of its college students. He used his free time in the projection room to work on his scripts. He had a friend, we'll say David, who said he was “in the biz,” whatever that means. About once a week, David sent over some weird reel he'd gotten a hold of. Once the manager was off for the day and the crowds had all but gone home, John would set up the projector and screen whatever wild stuff David had found. Exploitation flicks, experimental genre stuff, early short films by famous directors. It wasn't always that exciting, though. Sometimes it was boring b-roll footage, or badly transferred home movies. Regardless, John would screen them and then he and David would talk about it the next day. One evening, deep into the greasy salty night, John nodded off while waiting for a delivery. It was only for a minute, but when he woke up, a film canister was there at the door to the projection room. John looked the canister over. No shipping package, no label, no markings, just a clean metal disc. John loaded it up as usual. As the flickering quicksilver poured through the empty theater onto the screen, John was struck by something. He knew the star of this one. Not like in the way you “know” a celebrity, he really knew her. He couldn't see her face right away but he knew it was her: an ex of his he hadn't talked to in years. She wasn't an actor, never showed an interest in it to his knowledge, but there she was.  She was winding down the aisles of a brightly lit grocery store. She picked up a box of fruit loops and put it in her cart. Then she was outside shivering, looking up at the full winter moon through cloudy breath. The moon was a bowl of cereal she ate for breakfast, then click clack off to work along the rumbling subway tunnels, click clack keyboards and phone calls, the touch of fur under palm, and then the reel stopped.  There was no dialogue, no real characters, no theme or meaning he could really get at. The backgrounds and settings were all vague, almost abstract. But it all seemed a little familiar to John. He felt a wave of deja vu wash over him, a memory tingling in some lost corner of his mind trying to get his attention. The next day, John called David and asked him where he got the film. David had no idea what John was talking about. He didn't send any reels that week. John told David to hold off with the movies for now, just to see if any more of these unsourced films showed up. And show up they did.  *** Saturday night somewhere in Pittsburgh. Interior of John's apartment. He's fast asleep in bed. We can hear his snoring as we pass through the open window. Tight shot of John's face, then crossfade into the dream. John is on a plane, middle seat surrounded by faceless strangers murmuring incomprehensible dialogue. “Watermelon, peas and carrots, lorem ipsum.” He looks around the flying tin and sucks in the stale air. The window shade is open, cloudless dawn or dusk or the dead of night shimmers out of view. The plane cruises through thick rivulets of puffy clouds. John is terribly thirsty. He tries to signal for a flight attendant but his arm won't rise. He tries to talk but his voice comes out in a soft hiss. He screams, but his expletive barely moves past his lips before silently crashing to the floor.  Then John is sitting in the terminal in Germany with a return flight in a week. But he's forgotten to call off work. He tries to call his boss, but the line won't connect. Wide shot of John's bedroom, he bolts upright and looks out the window. A plane blinks in the sky over the city. Scene. *** Sunday night came around and John was at the theater as usual. He was scribbling away in the moleskine notebook as the projector streamed a vision of another world on the screen. The click and whirr of the machine was a nice distraction, a good way to occupy the nagging part of his brain that always pulled at his attention. Just as he had started writing some snappy dialogue, there was a clank outside the projection room. He peeked outside, and in front of the door was another blank canister, the deliverer nowhere to be seen.  There was no one in the audience, so no one would mind a quick change of scenery, right? The projector buzzed and spun the new reel. Light filtered through the 35mm print, spitting its magnified contents across the room. When the first image appeared, John's breath caught in his chest. He felt the creeping itch of panic in his throat like rising seawater. There was a plane, a crowd of people, an open window, a thirsty patron, a terminal. Exactly like John's dream, or what he could remember of it. That's when he realized why the first mysterious film was so familiar: it was a dream he'd had a few weeks back. Fragments of half-forgotten sights and sounds flashed in a jumbled collage in his mind. “Holy shit, is that Emily?” David asked as the two sat in the audience for a private late night screening of the first mysterious film. “I had no idea she could act. This is pretty good!” John was less enthused. “Sorry. It's so short though. Is that it?” John said that had to be it because that's all that was in his dream.  “This is literally unbelievable. Like I don't believe what you're saying. Wait a week, and if another comes in, call me right away. We'll watch it together and I'll see if you're just messing with me.” John had fitful sleep the following week. He couldn't focus on his writing. He was getting irritable and paranoid. Someone had to be watching him, right? How else would they know this stuff? Were they reading his journal? John woke up that sunday groggy and distracted. He couldn't remember his dream clearly, something about a street maybe. But come nightfall, another canister showed up at the projectionist's door. John set the reel spinning and David watched. In the film, David was in the middle of Hamburg, Germany, or rather what a young white guy in America who's never been abroad might imagine Hamburg looks like. He was wandering through the streets and looking at the various buildings. He kept turning to the camera and saying something, but there was no sound. Then the screen went white. “What the hell was that?” David accused more than asked this time. “Were you spying on me or something? Where was that? I don't recognize it.” John reiterated the theory about his dreams. David was pale now, the reality of what was going on finally sinking in. “This is sick. Bad sick. That means someone is watching this and putting it into to film. What if you have a messed up dream, or like a sex thing with somebody, or a nightmare. Are there other copies being sent to other theaters? I don't want people seeing this.” It was all too much for John, too intimate, too unsettling. We can't control what we dream anymore than we can control our heartbeat or our appetites. It just is what it is. But what if what it is is really rotten? And what if someone else finds that rot at our core? These were John's thoughts as he looked over other jobs for the week. At least maybe if he got away from the theater, this would all stop. Made about as much sense as how it started. Why did David have to start bringing over bootleg reels anyway? He's the one who got John into this and Interior. Unknown time. John is standing in a stark white bathroom, the floor stained deep red in a growing pool. There's David, his throat slit open, painting streaks of crimson on the wall as he flails and grips at his wound. In John's hand is a straight razor, you know like the kind old barbers sharpened on that leather strip. Real Sweeney Todd stuff. David chokes and bubbles until his body slows and he slumps against the wall. John climbs in the shower behind him and closes the curtain. The blood rushing in his ears is the deafening sound of waves on the shore. He can still see the red smears through the plastic curtain in a smudged vignette, and the red on his hands drips into the tub. He sees a blur that used to be David in the corner. John's vision shakes as the blur that was David rises. Circles of pulsing light shoot through John as the blur that was David comes closer, one unfocused hand reaching, gripping the shower curtain. It pulls, the cheap pvc sheet ripped from its hooks, and falls over John's head. He tumbles backward against the shower wall. The blur that was David leans in, and John was back at work screening some real junk for an audience of two. Probably teens there to make out. He was drawing little ink circles in his notebook. He hadn't had any good ideas in weeks. All of his thoughts were occupied by his current...predicament. He draws the circle bigger and bigger, until it expands beyond the borders of his notebook and paints black lines in the air. The ink begins filling the room. It threatens to absorb him into its eternal center. He tries to run but his legs are John's notebook hitting the ground stirred him. The projector was spinning dry and the only patrons departed. He must have dozed off. He stuffed his notebook in his bag and moved to leave when he saw the canister outside the door: a round tin streaked with red. John's heart fell through the floor. Metaphorically speaking, that is. Good stories should have metaphors, right? The last real dream he could really remember was... There must be some kind of sickness in us, in humans. We know we shouldn't but...well, we just can't walk away, can we? This sickness, curiosity. A cruel prank by god, maybe. Or an evolutionary mechanism to get us to destroy ourselves. We stick our fingers in a dog's mouth then act surprised when we get bit. We can't turn our backs to the fire even as it melts our faces. We can't leave well enough alone, we can't just accept that some things aren't meant to be seen, to be known. Yeah, even when we do know, we just have to see for ourselves to be sure, don't we? Or maybe that's just me, and I'm..ah, what's the word… John watched the movie, of course. The razor, the blood, the shower, the blur that was David, all there, all realer than real on that massive screen. He ripped the film from the projector, jamming and tangling the whole thing up. He called David. Tried to anyway, but David didn't answer. He figured his friend had a late night or early night or whatever the hell kind of night it would take to make things okay. But John didn't know that David would never answer a call again. *** Interior, projection booth, midday. John is playing one of the summer's box office hits for a packed audience. He pops in the second reel and gets ready for the switch. When the old reel runs out and the new one starts, the screen glows with morbid celluloid. Razor, blood, shower, blur. John feels his body go cold from the inside out despite the heat. He sees every mistake he's ever made, every regret he has, pass before him, and before the audience. They watch as if nothing's changed. John stands up and creeps toward the small glass porthole in the booth. He looks out over the patrons. He can't quite make out any faces, but they're all watching his worst fears intently. Then the bloody short ends and John appears on screen, standing in the projection booth, peering out the tiny window. John's breaths are ragged, his mind racing through justifications for what's happening, but there's only one. He wipes the dripping sweat from his burning forehead and the John on the screen does too. He holds up his right hand and movie John follows. He trips backward, disoriented and sick to his core. John's back slams into the projector as he stumbles. It falls, the film seizing up in its mechanism, and then shuts down.  The audience erupts in applause. John sits against the broken projector. His stomach's churning something fierce. He can feel it tickling the back of his throat again. From his mouth pours black tape, technicolor nightmare ribbon, in spools on the floor. He pulls and retches as the film exits his body. The audience cheers. Curtains. Scene. *** Now what was the lesson here? Was all that oddness just a dream? That would seem a bit cheap, wouldn't it? Or is John himself just a dream? Or, maybe, you're the dream, and John's the dreamer. Well, I'll leave it to you to figure out. Did I say a story? I lied: I've got three. See, three's a good round number.  You know the myth of Sisyphus? Imagine you were cursed to push a boulder up a hill all day. When you get to the top, it rolls back down the hill and you have to start over again. Now repeat that forever. Imagine you had to grind away day after day, working yourself to dust for most of your waking hours. You had to toil and strain all your life for nothing. Just bearing the weight of that rock. The labors never cease. Camus imagined the absurdity of it all, figured sisyphus happy. I think based on experience, that's a load shit. Now imagine someone came along and told you they'd let you switch places with the rock. You could finally relax, you could finally be on top. You could let someone else carry that weight for a while. I mean, someone's gotta do it, right? Do you think Sisyphus would take that offer? Would you? All right, one more story. Last one, I promise. There's a dog all alone out in a field of broken corn stalks. He's supposed to be hunting. But he sees something move behind him out of the corner of his eye. He spins around to catch it, but it's gone. Then another flash of movement. He turns back and there's still nothing there. He's getting nervous now, his mouth hanging open, tongue lolling with each anxious pant. He stamps his feet into the dark earth and shakes. The movement comes back, but this time he waits. He'll surely get it this time if he's patient. His anticipation for the catch grows, his ears perk up. The thing behind him reveals itself. He spins in a tight circle and clamps down. Not quite as strong as the wolf, but there's enough of the primal, ancient grit in him to kill. But what's this? Whatever he's caught is attached to him, coming directly from his hind quarters. He pulls, and feels the tug on his own back. It's furry, and it smells familiar. He stands for a moment in that shattered field, tail in teeth. He's forgotten what his purpose is. He tries to think of something all the way back, some instinct that runs in the blood of those who hunted mammoths and survived glacial flow, the fear of every human huddled in caves, huts, cabins. This isn't what he's supposed to be doing. There's something else. But that thought is beyond him now. So he lets go his tail. Now he's really gonna do what he's told, what he's trained to do. Then the swish of something swaying behind him, a blur of gray or brown in his periphery, and it starts again. Don't go chasing your tail on a hunch or you'll end up getting hurt. Stick to what you're supposed to do. Some birds are just bigger than others, you know? Of course the big birds at the top of the feeder get their fill, but what they leave behind rains down on the sparrows and wrens below, and trickles down to even the lowest of birdkind. They all benefit if they stay in their places. Or so I've been told. So which are you gonna be? The dog or the wren? *** WREN: And with that, there's only one piece of mail left in Conway's inbox: the last letter on his to-do list the day he vanished. I suppose the backlog all recorded and archived, they'll be sending me back to my original office next week. Or maybe they'll keep me here a while to continue doing this. It's hard not to wonder what happened, though. So many loose ends. I'm fighting nearly every instinct I have to look deeper, but I've been explicitly instructed not to do so--some might say threatened. This has come to an inauspicious end, hasn't it? Let's see what this last letter has in store for us before we part. It looks like a postcard, a little worn and discolored. On the front is a white lighthouse. The script below indicates it's in Aisling, Ohio. And on the back is just one sentence. It reads:   Little Songbird, That's not your tail moving behind you. Bite, and don't let go. -Lucy   *off mic, shuffling, footsteps and a door closes*  WREN, muffled: Hey, Martinez, when did this one come in?  *unclear dialogue from a second person* WREN: Are you certain?  *unclear dialogue* WREN: Who flagged it?  *unclear dialogue* WREN: No, no! Don't get The Boss. This isn't work-related, it's...personal curiosity.  *unclear dialogue* WREN: Actually could you let them know I'm done with Conway's pile here. And I think I'm going to take a vacation. Thank you! *sounds of sitting back at the desk* WREN: I'll find out what happened to you, Conway, directives be damned. Now where the hell is Aisling, Ohio? *out of fiction credits* Hey everyone, it's your host here. Just want to give a shoutout to all the lovely patrons that help make this show possible. So thank you to carriers Flo and Jessica, and to receiving clerks Gadz, Paul, Spicy Nigel, and Patricia and to everyone else sharing and supporting the show.  If you'd like to support the show and get your name in the credits like these fine folk, head on over to patreon.com/somewhereohio and sign up for one of the tiers there. Thank you again, and happy belated birthday, Nigel!

Unresolved
PFC LaVena Johnson

Unresolved

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 28:05


“Women serving in the U.S. military are more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire in Iraq.”On 19 July 2005, Private First Class LaVena Lynn Johnson was found dead in a contractor's tent on an Army base in Balad, Iraq. The Army officially ruled her death a suicide, but when her father, Dr. John Johnson, saw LaVena's body and spoke with the doctor who performed her autopsy, something didn't quite add up. He started asking questions.What followed were years of administrative red tape and agonizing heartache for the Johnson family. Despite everything, Johnson refused to take the Army's flaccid excuses at face value, and he wasn't going to stop until he discovered the truth...Researched & written by Maggie CoomerHosted & produced by Micheal WhelanOriginal music created by Micheal Whelan through Amper MusicTheme music created and composed by Ailsa TravesProducers: Roberta Janson, Travis Scsepko, Ben Krokum, Gabriella Bromley, Bryan Hall, Quil Carter, Steven Wilson, Laura Hannan, Jo Wong, Damion Moore, Scott Meesey, Astrid Kneier, Aimee McGregor, Sara Moscaritolo, Sydney Scotton, Thomas Ahearn, Marion Welsh, Patrick Laakso, Meadow Landry, Tatum Bautista, Denise Grogan, Teunia Elzinga, Sally Ranford, Rebecca O'Sullivan, Ryan Green, Jacinda Class, Stephanie Joyner, James Weis, Kevin McCracken, Brooke Bullek, Lauren Nicole, Shane Robinson, Matthew Traywick, Sara Rosario, and Stacey HouserLearn more about this podcast at http://unresolved.meIf you would like to support this podcast and others, consider heading to https://www.patreon.com/unresolvedpod to become a Patron or Producer

The Pulse
The Role of Race and Ethnicity in Medicine

The Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 48:33


Every time you go to see a new doctor, you have to fill out forms that ask your name, your age, your family history — and your race and ethnicity. You have to check a box — pick a category. Less than 100 years ago, mainstream scientists believed that race was a biological fact — one that determined everything from pain tolerance to disease susceptibility. Today, most scientists agree that those ideas were dead wrong — that race isn't a biomedical category, but a social construct. So why do we still ask about race and ethnicity in medicine and research? When and where does it matter — and how should this information be used? On this episode, we dive into the changing conversation about race and ethnicity in medicine. We hear stories about why it's harder for Black Americans to get kidney transplants, why “Asian” is too broad of a category when it comes to public health, and how we could collect better, more meaningful data. Also heard on this week's episode: Johns Hopkins oncologist and researcher Otis Brawley explains why race shouldn't matter in medicine. In a recent study, Jaya Aysola, who teaches at the University of Pennsylvania's medical school, made a startling finding — that even now, medical education often discusses race as a biological category rather than a social construct. We talk with Aysola about using information on race and ethnicity in meaningful ways. Aysola is the founder and director of Penn Medicine's Center for Health Equity Advancement. We hear from NYU Langone epidemiologist Stella Yi about getting more accurate data on people's race and ethnicity, and why it matters for public health. As a Black man, poet and playwright John Johnson had always been skeptical of doctors and medical institutions — then he was diagnosed with colon cancer. He tells the story of how his relationship with one doctor helped save his life.

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans
339: Los Angeles Rams - Know Your Rival 2021

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 95:01


The 2021 football season is upon us as training camp starts this week. Will Jamal Adams sign a new deal? Reports are that it's going to happen, but at the same time neither side is close. If the Aaron Rodgers situation has taught us anything, it's that a new contract is likely right around the corner. It wasn't a good couple weeks for former Seahawks as Richard Sherman was recently arrested. We discuss the details of the incident. Mychal Kendricks is going to jail for one day for his involvement in insider trading. That was a case surrounding him in Seattle and it's finally been resolved. The Los Angeles Rams made a big move this offseason in trading Jared Goff for Matt Stafford. We discuss how the new Rams quarterback landed on a list Football Outsiders recently released and it's not one any franchise wants to be a part of. So did the Rams level up in the way that Michael Brockers thinks they did? The defense is likely to level down considering the loss of Brockers, John Johnson and former defensive coordinator Brandon Staley. Head coach Sean McVay has been busy podcasting this offseason and it has provided us with additional reasons to fuel your sports hate for the Rams this year. A big announcement in the second half of the show as we hit a big milestone and we still have tickets available if anyone wants to join us at the Seahawks home opener against the Titans. After our list of overrated teams last week, we revisit some of the selections as we welcome some new members to the Flock. Mike Florio is back in the Do Better segment along with a loyal listener of the show. Finally, we talk about why the CDC and a moose are Better at Life Than Skip Bayless. Post 'Go Hawks' in the comments for the latest

GrippingGolf
Episode 56 - John Johnson and Dave Miller

GrippingGolf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 73:20


Hey golfers! This episode is brought to you by;Sycamore Ridge Golf Club, be sure to go see Clayton and the staff at Sycamore Ridge and play a premier 18-hole Championship golf course. They have modernized practice facilities, a full-service Bar and Grill and a fully stocked golf shop in Spring Hill, KS It's just a short drive from Overland Park, Leawood, and Olathe AND for the guaranteed lowest rate, go to Sycamore Ridge Golf. Com that's Sycamore Ridge Golf. ComAlso, we couldn't do this podcast without the great folks at SeniorVu,SeniorVu is helping senior living care providers solve their occupancy and applicant problems with their lead and applicant management platforms. Don't take my word for it, go to seniorvu.com, that's seniorvu.com and view is spelled VU.My guests today are John Johnson and Dave Miller. John and Dave both share an passion that rivals my own for golf. I've gotten to know the two of them over the last couple years by playing lots of weekend and league golf. Both John and Dave from this point forward will be more involved​ the GrippingGolf Podcast, helping with videos and additional content. Please welcome to the show John Johnson and Dave Miller.Thank you to my guests today John Johnson and Dave Miller and to our sponsors, Sycamore Ridge Golf Club and SeniorVu. Please be sure to subscribe to GrippingGolf Podcast on any major podcast platform and also follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube, and if social media isn't your thing, you can always find the latest episodes on grippinggolfpodcast.com.

SouthMeridian Podcast
Get It? Got It!

SouthMeridian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 29:09


Dr. John Johnson

MasonTalks
Could the Browns Trade Kareem Hunt to The Rams?

MasonTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 9:32


The Los Angeles Rams lost their best running back, Cam Akers, to an Achilles injury for the entire 2021 season. With the recent addition of Matthew Stafford at quarterback, the Rams are likely looking to win now and add a starting-caliber running back. With Nick Chubb already on the roster, it is likely that the Rams will at least inquire with the Browns about trading for Kareem Hunt. Could the Browns Trade Kareem Hunt to the Rams? I think it is unlikely. No matter what happens Kevin Stefanski will still have Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, Drew Forbes, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Jadeveon Clowney, Sione Takitaki, John Johnson, Mack Wilson, Cody Parkey, Jedrick Wills, Rashard Higgins and others.

Live Hour on WNGL Archangel Radio
Episode 304: 7-19-21 Monday_LACM_Anthony Nussmeier_Burke Ingraffia_John Johnson

Live Hour on WNGL Archangel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 49:27


Anthony Nussmeier talked about 100 Days of Dante. Burke Ingraffia shared about an up coming song contest. John Johnson talked about the mission of the Magnus Institute. 

MasonTalks
Is Nick Chubb the Best NFL Running Back, Orange Uniforms for The Browns, Stop the Scottie Barnes talk | MasonTalks

MasonTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 27:44


Is Nick Chubb the Best running back in the NFL? The Browns are likely to introduce new uniforms on July 24, could the Browns have Orange Uniforms? What are the true disaster scenario for the Browns and how they could finally overcome them. And, why we need to stop talking about Scottie Barnes to the Cleveland Cavaliers. No matter what happens Kevin Stefanski will still have Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, Drew Forbes, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Jadeveon Clowney, Sione Takitaki, John Johnson, Mack Wilson, Cody Parkey, Jedrick Wills, Rashard Higgins and others.

MasonTalks
Baker Mayfield Refuses Discount, Who is the Browns Team MVP?

MasonTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 18:15


ESPN is reporting that Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield will not take a team-friendly discount. Where does Baker rank amongst NFL quarterbacks and finally, who is the Browns team MVP, Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, or Myles Garrett? No matter what happens Kevin Stefanski will still have Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, Drew Forbes, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Newsome, John Johnson, Troy Hill, Sione Takitaki, John Johnson, Mack Wilson, Cody Parkey, Jedrick Wills, Rashard Higgins and others.

The PFF NFL Show
PFF 50 part 2, who are the best players in the NFL?

The PFF NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 78:16


Listener of the week (01:00) Transition to rankings, peppers for charity, asking for other ideas (05:00) Dalvin Cook, his abilities and speed (10:00) Christian McCaffrey, good at everything (14:00) Nick Chubb, best tackle breaker (17:00) Alvin Kamara, factor in pass game is biggest strength (19:00) Nick Bosa, broke the all-time pressure record (21:00) Ryan Ramczyk and Terron Armstead (22:00) Marlon Humphrey (26:00) Simbull ad (28:00) Julio Jones, Allen Robinson II, Michael Thomas, and Stefon Diggs (29:00) Underdog ad (38:00) Cameron Heyward (38:00) Harrison Smith, Marcus Williams, John Johnson, Eric, Kendricks (40:00) Bryce Callahan, incredible season last year (45:00) Josh Allen, a superstar (49:00) Dak ranked over Lamar and debate of rankings (55:00) Snubs and who will make it next year (1:05) Outro, charity drive ideas (1:14)

Ye Olde Crime
Episode 56: Liver, Hold the Onions

Ye Olde Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 35:23


Lindsay and Madison discuss the Liver Eater himself—John Johnson, as well as why you shouldn't tussle with a 6 foot tall Ginger, that there's no limit to how long you can hold a grudge, and how you can give yourself a horrifying nickname without really trying.Information pulled from the following sources:2020 All That's Interesting article by John Kuroski2020 Free Range American article by David Maccar2013 Cowboy to Cowboy blog post2013 Mental Floss article by Miss Cellania2006 Damn Interesting article by Alan Bellows2005 Los Angeles Times article by Cecilia RasmussenFind a GraveLegends of AmericaWikipediaBe sure to listen to and follow our friends over at  Drunk Theory podcast.Today's episode is brought to you by PODGO.CO - the easiest way for you to monetize your podcast. Be sure to add "Ye Olde Crime" in the “How did you hear about PODGO?” section of the application!This month in honor of Pride, 100% of our TeePublic store proceeds will be donated to OutRight Action International, who fights for the rights of LGBTIQ people everywhere.Become a member of our Patreon to view exclusive episode outtakes, as well as other perks like early episode access and more for as little as $1/month. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport Our Show with Tee Public Use our special URL to purchase merch and help support our show at the same time!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/yeoldecrime)

MasonTalks
Is Baker Mayfield a System QB, Browns Breakout Players, Jalen Suggs to the Cavs? | MasonTalks

MasonTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 23:53


Is Baker Mayfield a system quarterback? Who are three players who could be poised for a breakout season for the Cleveland Browns. And, would the Cavaliers consider drafting Jalen Suggs due to his leadership? All of these issues are discussed in the MasonTalks Sports Show! No matter what happens Kevin Stefanski will still have Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, Drew Forbes, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Newsome, John Johnson, Troy Hill, Sione Takitaki, John Johnson, Mack Wilson, Cody Parkey, Jedrick Wills, Rashard Higgins and others.

MasonTalks
Browns Super Bowl Signs, Baker Mayfield Underrated, Collin Sexton Trade | MasonTalks

MasonTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 22:25


The Cleveland Browns are probably Super Bowl contenders. But how can we know for sure? I list three signs of a Browns Super Bow in the beginning of this episode. Also, Baker Mayfield is still underrated and quite frankly it is probably the media's fault. Finally, back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, could Collin Sexton get traded? No matter what happens Kevin Stefanski will still have Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, Drew Forbes, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Newsome, John Johnson, Troy Hill, Sione Takitaki, John Johnson, Mack Wilson, Cody Parkey, Jedrick Wills, Rashard Higgins and others.

Learning Bayesian Statistics
#42 How to Teach and Learn Bayesian Stats, with Mine Dogucu

Learning Bayesian Statistics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 66:00


Episode sponsored by Tidelift: https://paperpile.com/ (paperpile.com) Get 20% off until December 31st with promo code GOODBAYESIAN21 We often talk about applying Bayesian statistics on this podcast. But how do we teach them? What's the best way to introduce them from a young age and make sure the skills students learn in the stats class are transferable? Well, lucky us, Mine Dogucu's research tackles precisely those topics! An Assistant Professor of Teaching in the Department of Statistics at University of California Irvine, Mine is both an educator with an interest in statistics, and an applied statistician with experience in educational research. Her work focuses on modern pedagogical approaches in the statistics curriculum, making data science education more accessible. In particular, she teaches an undergraduate Bayesian course, and is the coauthor of the upcoming book Bayes Rules! An Introduction to Bayesian Modeling with R. In other words, Mine is not only interested in teaching, but also in how best to teach statistics – how to engage students in remote classes, how to get to know them, how to best record and edit remote courses, etc. She writes about these topics on her blog, DataPedagogy.com. She also works on accessibility and inclusion, as well as a study that investigates how popular Bayesian courses are at the undergraduate level in the US — that should be fun to talk about! Mine did her Master's at Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey, and then her PhD in Quantitative Research, Evaluation, and Measurement at Ohio State University. Our theme music is « Good Bayesian », by Baba Brinkman (feat MC Lars and Mega Ran). Check out his awesome work at https://bababrinkman.com/ (https://bababrinkman.com/) ! Thank you to my Patrons for making this episode possible! Yusuke Saito, Avi Bryant, Ero Carrera, Brian Huey, Giuliano Cruz, Tim Gasser, James Wade, Tradd Salvo, Adam Bartonicek, William Benton, Alan O'Donnell, Mark Ormsby, Demetri Pananos, James Ahloy, Jon Berezowski, Robin Taylor, Thomas Wiecki, Chad Scherrer, Nathaniel Neitzke, Zwelithini Tunyiswa, Elea McDonnell Feit, Bertrand Wilden, James Thompson, Stephen Oates, Gian Luca Di Tanna, Jack Wells, Matthew Maldonado, Ian Costley, Ally Salim, Larry Gill, Joshua Duncan, Ian Moran, Paul Oreto, Colin Caprani, George Ho, Colin Carroll, Nathaniel Burbank, Michael Osthege, Rémi Louf, Clive Edelsten, Henri Wallen, Jonathan Sedar, Hugo Botha, Vinh Nguyen, Raul Maldonado, Marcin Elantkowski, Tim Radtke, Adam C. Smith, Will Kurt, Andrew Moskowitz, John Johnson, Hector Munoz, Marco Gorelli, Simon Kessell, Bradley Rode and Patrick Kelley. Visit https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats (https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats) to unlock exclusive Bayesian swag ;) Links from the show: Mine's website: https://mdogucu.ics.uci.edu/index.html (https://mdogucu.ics.uci.edu/index.html) Mine's blog: https://www.datapedagogy.com/ (https://www.datapedagogy.com/) Mine on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MineDogucu (https://twitter.com/MineDogucu) Mine on GitHub: https://github.com/mdogucu (https://github.com/mdogucu) Bayes Rules! An Introduction to Bayesian Modeling with R: https://www.bayesrulesbook.com/ (https://www.bayesrulesbook.com/) R package for Supplemental Materials for the Bayes Rules! Book: https://github.com/bayes-rules/bayesrules (https://github.com/bayes-rules/bayesrules) Stats 115 - Introduction to Bayesian Data Analysis: https://www.stats115.com/ (https://www.stats115.com/) Undergraduate Bayesian Education Network: https://undergrad-bayes.netlify.app/network.html (https://undergrad-bayes.netlify.app/network.html) Workshop "Teaching Bayesian Statistics at the Undergraduate Level": https://www.causeweb.org/cause/uscots/uscots21/workshop/4 (https://www.causeweb.org/cause/uscots/uscots21/workshop/4) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast

Pioneer Church Memphis
Guest Speaker: Dr. John Johnson

Pioneer Church Memphis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 45:49


It's always fun when Guest Speakers come share a word for Pioneer Church! This week is Dr. John Johnson of Visible Music College

Learning Bayesian Statistics
#41 Thinking Bayes, with Allen Downey

Learning Bayesian Statistics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 64:03


Let's think Bayes, shall we? And who better to do that than the author of the well known book, Think Bayes — Allen Downey himself! Since the second edition was just released, the timing couldn't be better! Allen is a professor at Olin College and the author of books related to software and data science, including Think Python, Think Bayes, and Think Complexity. His blog, Probably Overthinking It, features articles on Bayesian probability and statistics. He holds a Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley, and bachelors and masters degrees from MIT. In this special episode, Allen and I talked about his background, how he came to the stats and teaching worlds, and why he wanted to write this book in the first place. He'll tell us who this book is written for, what's new in the second edition, and which mistakes his students most commonly make when starting to learn Bayesian stats. We also talked about some types of models, their usefulness and their weaknesses, but I'll let you discover that. Now for another good news: 5 Patrons of the show will get Think Bayes for free! To qualify, you just need to go the form I linked to in the 'Learn Bayes Stats' Slack channel or https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats (the Patreon page) and enter your email address. That's it. After a week or so, Allen and I will choose 5 winners at random, who will receive the book for free! If you're not a Patron yet, make sure to check out https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats (patreon.com/learnbayesstats) if you don't want to miss out on these goodies! And even if you're not a Patron, I love you dear listeners, so you all get a discount when you go buy the book at https://www.learnbayesstats.com/buy-think-bayes (https://www.learnbayesstats.com/buy-think-bayes) (unfortunately, this only applies for purchases in the US and Canada). Our theme music is « Good Bayesian », by Baba Brinkman (feat MC Lars and Mega Ran). Check out his awesome work at https://bababrinkman.com/ (https://bababrinkman.com/) ! Thank you to my Patrons for making this episode possible! Yusuke Saito, Avi Bryant, Ero Carrera, Brian Huey, Giuliano Cruz, Tim Gasser, James Wade, Tradd Salvo, Adam Bartonicek, William Benton, Alan O'Donnell, Mark Ormsby, Demetri Pananos, James Ahloy, Jon Berezowski, Robin Taylor, Thomas Wiecki, Chad Scherrer, Nathaniel Neitzke, Zwelithini Tunyiswa, Elea McDonnell Feit, Bertrand Wilden, James Thompson, Stephen Oates, Gian Luca Di Tanna, Jack Wells, Matthew Maldonado, Ian Costley, Ally Salim, Larry Gill, Joshua Duncan, Ian Moran, Paul Oreto, Colin Caprani, George Ho, Colin Carroll, Nathaniel Burbank, Michael Osthege, Rémi Louf, Clive Edelsten, Henri Wallen, Jonathan Sedar, Hugo Botha, Vinh Nguyen, Raul Maldonado, Marcin Elantkowski, Tim Radtke, Adam C. Smith, Will Kurt, Andrew Moskowitz, John Johnson and Hector Munoz. Visit https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats (https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats) to unlock exclusive Bayesian swag ;) Links from the show: Give LBS a 5-star rating on Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/learnbayesstats (https://www.podchaser.com/learnbayesstats) Buy Think Bayes with a discount (only applies for purchases in the US and Canada): https://www.learnbayesstats.com/buy-think-bayes (https://www.learnbayesstats.com/buy-think-bayes) Think Bayes 2 online: http://allendowney.github.io/ThinkBayes2/index.html (http://allendowney.github.io/ThinkBayes2/index.html) Allen's blog: https://www.allendowney.com/blog/ (https://www.allendowney.com/blog/) Allen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allendowney (https://twitter.com/allendowney) Allen on GitHub: https://github.com/AllenDowney (https://github.com/AllenDowney) Information theory, inference and learning algorithms, David MacKay: http://ce.sharif.edu/courses/97-98/2/ce676-1/resources/root/Notes/Mackay-SectionV.pdf (http://ce.sharif.edu/courses/97-98/2/ce676-1/resources/root/Notes/Mackay-SectionV.pdf) Statistical Rethinking, Richard McElreath:... Support this podcast

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima
Mary Kay Cabot: OBJ and other injured players will be very limited next week at mandatory minicamp.

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 15:45


Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined Ken and Daryl to talk about Browns OTAs and all things Cleveland Browns. They start by talking about what's going down in Berea with most of the offensive skill players being down with Baker Mayfield in Austin and some of the other guys joining the coaching staff in Berea. They talk about John Johnson and Troy Hill being in the building for this week, they also talk about Greedy Williams and get caught up to speed with where Greedy is with his shoulder injury, OBJ with the ACL and Grant Delpit with the Achilles. They also talk about how OTAs will go in terms of Delpit, Greedy and OBJ, will they be limited, are they ready to go? Mary Kay has everything you need to know about the Browns in this interview. Listen to the interview below. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chico After Dark
Nate Ulrich says you can't underestimate John Johnson III and Anthony Walker's leadership in OTA's

Chico After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 16:35


Nate Ulrich, Browns beat reporter for the Akron Beacon Journal, tells Mike "Chico" Bormann you can't underestimate John Johnson III and Anthony Walker's leadership in OTA's as they look at how the workouts are going in and outside of Berea for the Browns Wednesday night on "Chico After Dark." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Creative Leadership
Building the Right Business Relationships with the Right People: A Q&A with John Johnson

Real Creative Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 39:10


Back in 2014, John Johnson never guessed that a friendly chat every quarter would lead to a job as executive creative director at Qualtrics. But here he is six and a half years later, because of the right relationship with the right person. Adam Morgan chats with John about the importance of forming strategic partnerships with people whose perspectives and skill sets complement your own — and how to do it.Real Creative Leadership is building a community to address the issues, challenges, and benefits of creative leadership. The webinar series is produced by The Stoke Group (@thestokegroup), a full-service digital marketing and creative agency. Our host Adam Morgan (@askadmo) is Adobe's executive creative director, an Adweek Creative 100, and author of Sorry Spock, Emotions Drive Business. For more information, go to realcreativeleadership.com.

Preconceived
Mysteries of the Cosmos (Repost)

Preconceived

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 55:32


The universe is so vast that it is quite literally impossible to comprehend. Yet with so much unknown, there is also so much room for hypothesizing and pontificating. What is the likelihood that other earth-like planets exist? What are the chances of extraterrestrial life? What is the practical purpose of studying the universe? Dr. John Johnson, a Harvard Professor of Astrophysics, has discovered over one hundred planets. He joins the podcast to share what we do know, what we don't know, and what we can postulate about the cosmos.

In The Growth Space
Ep. 36 John Johnson - The Fulfilling Path of Being a Servant Leader

In The Growth Space

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 36:27


John Johnson has been leading teams as a Servant Leader his entire adult life beginning with 7 years of military service. He was most recently the founder of MarketCraft, a manufacturing company focused on supporting the Experiential Retail, Trade Show, and Live events industries.  Customers included Nike, Adidas, Columbia Sportwear, The North Face, Dr. Martens, Whole Foods and many other premium consumer brands. MarketCraft was founded in 2011 and sold to SGK (A Matthews International company MATW) in 2017. In this episode, John and David discussed the business and leadership mistakes John made over the course of 40 years that culminated in his brilliant expertise in leadership and scaling multiple businesses.  Check out https://www.davidmcglennen.com/ for links, transcript and more details

ToddCastUtah's podcast
Toddcast Live! (5-23-21)

ToddCastUtah's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 35:33


Panelists include Sen. Lincoln Fillmore, Sen. John Johnson, Rep. Brian King and Councilmember Karece Thompson

The Warped Reality Podcast
S1E17-John Johnson Interview/USMC Voicemail/UFO Stuff

The Warped Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 30:04


In this episode, The Ghost Hacks talk with West Virginia Paranormal Investigation group's co-founder John Johnson about all things Paranormal. Also, a spooky call from an anonymous caller from USMC of the spooky stuff in Camp Hansen (Okinawa). John JohnsonWest Virginia Paranormal InvestigationsForgotten Relics Web SeriesCamp Hansen (Okinawa, Japan)https://www.okinawa.org/blog/okinawa-ghost-stories.62/https://www.military.com/undertheradar/2019/04/01/why-okinawa-most-haunted-place-military.htmlUFO https://www.newyorkupstate.com/news/2021/03/ufo-sightings-in-upstate-ny-nearly-doubled-in-2020-where-did-aliens-visit-most.htmlhttps://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/09/nyregion/ufo-sightings-recent.htmlCheck Out Page 11-12.https://www.thedenverchannel.com/report-on-ufo-intelligence-expected-by-june-1

Expert Authority Effect™ Interviews with Mario Fachini | Daily Interviews & Training with Imperfect Action Taking Entrepren

Visit www.EAInterviews.com/DrJohnJohnson for episode-specific show notes & www.EAInterviews.com for complete show notes of every podcast episode. On today's episode, we learn about: Don’t be lazy with your data! with Dr. John Johnson

Piercing Wizard Podcast
180 - John Johnson: BBP from the APP

Piercing Wizard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 62:31


California piercer and longtime APP volunteer John Johnson comes on the show to discuss the updated Bloodborne Pathogens course now available from the Association of Professional Piercers. We talk about the need to freshen up the presentation of this important subject. Lots of hard work went into this course, if you've never taken the APP's Bloodborne Pathogens course this is a fantastic resource for piercers of all experience levels. Visit https://safepiercing.org/online-courses/ to take it today! Like and follow the show at https://www.facebook.com/piercingwizardpodcast/ and https://www.instagram.com/piercingwizardpodcast/. Check out Ryan's on-demand educational content at www.patreon.com/ryanpba on the $15/month tier. You'll get instant access to videos about Statim sterilizers, Progressive Considerations for Nipple Piercing, types and materials of Gloves, the differences between brands of Needles, and much more. Follow Ryan on instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/ryanpba/

The Minding Your Business Podcast
#265 - Dr. John Johnson, Founder of Edgeworth Analytics

The Minding Your Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2021 34:43


Dr. John joins this episode to share his background in economics and statistics and how that spawned the launch of his company, growing the company through the ups and downs of business cycles, the impact of the pandemic on company's leveraging data to solve complex problems, how you can best synthesize data to make decisions in your business, and his best practices for success!ABOUT JOHN:Dr. John Johnson is a PhD economist who specializes in applying economic analysis to large and complex data sets. In his work with Fortune 100 companies, he has analyzed large sample sets and internal survey data in high-stakes, “bet-the-company” litigation. John understands how to transformcompanies' raw, messy data into meaningful analysis and reliable results that empower informed decision-making. A teacher at heart, John is known for his ability to explain technical concepts simply and clearly.John is also a business owner and entrepreneur who appreciates the power of harnessing data in running a high-performing organization. Ten years ago, he founded Edgeworth Economics and has since built the company into a world-class economic consulting firm. And in 2019, John launched Edgeworth Analytics to meet the growing demand for sound data analysis in humanresources and other business services.John is the author of the book Everydata: The Misinformation Hidden in the Little Data You Consume Every Day. John received his PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute ofTechnology and his BA in economics, with highest distinction, from theUniversity of Rochesterwww.edgeworthanalytics.com Hey have you tapped in with me yet? If not, why not? Go to https://linktr.ee/champron today as I provide many free and discounted resources!

New to the CiTea
Drunk UK History: Guy Fawkes (John Johnson)

New to the CiTea

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 47:26


In their long awaited reunion, Joey and Dee start this episode by chatting about their VERY FIRST DAY in London together, Dee’s medical mishap, and the joy of Joey rediscovering one of their favorite TV series. Then your two cohosts are revisiting a fan favourite—U.K. Drunk History. Listen in as Joey and Dee get smashed and talk all about Guy Fawkes or as he is better known as in this household, John Johnson. FOLLOW NEW TO THE CITEA:TWITTER: https://twitter.com/newtotheciteaINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/newtotheciteapodcast/FACEBOOK: https://m.facebook.com/New-to-the-CiTea-103036611567606/EMAIL: newtotheciteapodcast@gmail.comFOLLOW JOEY:INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thebettybang/FOLLOW DESCHENES:INSTAGRAM:  https://www.instagram.com/deschenesgraham/

Profit From the Inside with Joel Block
120: John Johnson - The Inside Track on Economics

Profit From the Inside with Joel Block

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 32:17


Contact info:John Johnson PhD, President and CEO of Edgeworth Economics 202-559-4388 www.johnjohnsonphd.com jjohnson@edgewortheconomics.com Bio:John H. Johnson, PhD is president and CEO of Edgeworth Economics, a professional economist, expert witness, internationally renowned speaker, and author of EVERYDATA: The Misinformation Hidden in the Little Data You Consume Everyday. Dr. Johnson has helped some of the world’s largest companies understand how to interpret data and is known internationally for his ability to explain highly sophisticated concepts in a simple, straightforward manner, helping his audiences become more confident and discerning consumers of data and make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. Dr. Johnson received a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his BA in Economics with Highest Distinction from the University of Rochester. He lives with his wife and two children in McLean, Virginia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rams Talk Radio
Butting Heads Ep. 135 - The Rams are Recentering

Rams Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 49:42


Steve and Johnny discuss the surprising departure of Los Angeles Rams starting center Austin Blythe, and the minuscule contract it took for the Chiefs to poach him. They look into what possibly led to this decision and the path to replacing him on the offensive line. They also discuss the now official 17 game season, quotes from the departing Troy Hill and John Johnson, and the 49ers making a splash in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Black Compass Media
NFL Star John Johnson III Talks Signing to Browns, Rams v Saints Rivalry, Best WRs & Loudest Stadium

Black Compass Media

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 67:01


In-depth interview with NFL Star John Johnson III - discussing early years as a high school standout to the infamous Rams v Saints Rivalry, to signing to the surging Cleveland Browns. JJ3 talks DMV Scene, Stadiums, battle rap and more! Find out who he thinks has the loudest stadium, who he thinks are best WRs, why he chose to play at Boston College & how he fought through injury to come back stronger. Inaugural Show of Black Compass Sports, where we talk to some of the athletes in sports. On Sports, Culture, Hip Hop and More! JOIN BLACK COMPASS DISCORD - https://discord.gg/RX9YMfR​ - ALL ARE WELCOMED!!! https://www.patreon.com/THEREALBLACKCOMPASS​ - FOR OT AND EARLY/EXTENDED CLIPS!!! FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DABLACKCOMPASS​ CONTACT US VIA EMAIL: blackcompasssociety@gmail.com

True Crime Creepers
The Murder (and Cover Up) of LaVena Johnson

True Crime Creepers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 65:02


LaVena was 19 years old and fresh out of high school when she was deployed to Balad, Iraq with the US Army. Within just a few months of her deployment, LaVena was dead. The Army called it a suicide and asked everyone to kindly move on, nothing to see here, folks! But her dad, Dr. John Johnson, was noticing things that just didn't add up with the Army's story. He fought them for all of the information they had on her death, and once he received the information, he could not believe what he was seeing. There was just no way this was a suicide...Sources:ArticlesDonald Watkins | The Murder of PFC LaVena Johnson - Part 1-3(Donald Watkins) St. Louis Public Radio | 10 Years Later, A Soldier's Family Still Grieves and Questions the Army's Version of her Death (Mary Delach Leonard) Democracy Now | Suicide or Murder? Three Years After the Death of PFC LaVena Johnson in Iraq, Her Parents Continue Their Call for a Congressional Investigation (Amy Goodman)Los Angeles Times | A Death With Two Stories Evidence (David Zucchino)NPR | Soldier's Family Challenges Army Suicide Report (Michel Martin)OtherYouTube | The Story of PFC LaVena Johnson on the Rock Newman Show (Rock Newman Show)

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
Full Show (NFL Free Agency: Patriots, Bucs, Jameis Winston, Hunter Henry, John Johnson)

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 119:37


00:00 After the Patriots’ free agency signings, is Bill Belichick ready to make his first title run without Tom Brady? 23:10 Impressed by Brady’s Bucs getting both Shaq Barrett and Lavonte David back? 39:03 Is re-signing Jameis Winston the right choice for the Saints to get past the Bucs? 50:20 Does signing TE Hunter Henry make the Patriots a contender? 1:02:00 How much of a threat will Ryan Fitzpatrick make Washington? 1:11:41 Has Tampa Bay or New England made the better free agency moves so far? 1:24:08 How impressive was LeBron’s triple-double in the Lakers’ 128-97 win over the Warriors? 1:36:25 Surprised the Cowboys let John Johnson sign with the Browns? 1:46:27 Which key unsigned postseason playmakers will Brady play with next season? 1:54:26 Who has been the best signing of the NFL free agency? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Chris Simms Unbuttoned
Free Agency Day 1 Recap

Chris Simms Unbuttoned

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 71:14


Tampering Day 1 is Free Agency Day 1, so Chris gives his take on all the big news, right after Paulie B explains an old college photo with some chihuahuas.(4:55) Patriots spending spree: Jonnu Smith AND Hunter Henry? Would Chris rather have Nelson Agholor & Kendrick Bourne or Kenny Golladay? Was there any Belichick move that Simms didn't like? (24:40) Buccaneers: How did they keep Shaq Barrett & Rob Gronkowski? Why should Tampa prioritize Ndamukong Suh over Antonio Brown?(30:00) Re-signings: Leonard Floyd is a star for the Rams, and Kyle Juszczyk was a must-keep for the 49ers(36:45) Jameis Winston: Is he the favorite to win the Saints starting job over Taysom Hill?(38:30) Ryan Fitzpatrick: Does Washington still need to draft a QB?(42:00) Edge rushers: Yannick Ngakoue, Bud Dupree, Carl Lawson, and Trey Hendrickson...which is the best fit? And who is still out there?(47:25) Offensive line: After cutting their tackles, why did the Chiefs sign a guard? And after signing Corey Linsley, could the Chargers target Trent Williams too?(52:55) Jets: Chris is excited for both Corey Davis and Jarrad Davis.(55:00) Wide Receivers: Why are Kenny Golladay and JuJu Smith-Schuster still unsigned?(1:00:10) Defensive backs: The Browns got a good deal with John Johnson. And why are the top CBs still out there?(1:04:40) Robin Hood signings: Who are the best under-the-radar adds?

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio
Bucs re-sign Shaq & Gronk + Draft: Best Moves of Free Agency Day 1 | 3/16 #2

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 49:43


Despite all odds, the Bucs have kept the band together. With Shaq Barrett and Rob Gronkowski back in the fold, is Antonio Brown next?Florio and Simms truck through a ton of other defensive signings, including Bud Dupree to the Titans, Yannick Ngakoue to the Raiders, and John Johnson to the Browns.Draft: Best Moves of Free Agency Day 1 - Simms gives love to a move that teams DIDN'T make.

The Rebuild: A Cleveland Browns Pod
Free Agency Day 1 Recap: Browns Sign John Johnson III

The Rebuild: A Cleveland Browns Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 53:10


Henry Ettinger and Jordan Klimack hop on to discuss the Browns big free agency signing, John Johnson III. They also talk about what the tender on KhaDarel Hodge could mean for Rashard Higgins and what other moves they expect to see the Browns make in the coming days.  

BiggerPockets Business Podcast
99: Finding Profitable Opportunities Using “Deliberate Data” with Dr. John Johnson

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 49:01


Data can be a confusing topic for most people, but what about when it has to do with your business? How is your business using data? Are you even using data at all? Dr. John Johnson, expert witness, professor, and founder of Edgeworth Economics and Edgeworth Analytics argues for businesses using data to grow.Dr. Johnson understands why so many people fall victim to studies and findings that may not be entirely accurate. He talks through confirmation bias and how we, as consumers, can find the red flags when listening to interpretations of data. We are urged to take time to think before we accept statistics and data as fact.He also dives into how he started his own firms, Edgeworth Economics and Edgeworth Analytics, and how he himself uses data to track his firm’s growth, recruiting, and revenue. Often, his firm is hired to find why a product or group of products is or isn’t selling, which strategies make the most profitable sense, and how a business can change to ensure more sales. Aside from that, Dr. Johnson also acts as an expert witness in corporate lawsuits, sifting through the data to find out what is really true, and what has been inflated.There’s no mistaking that data is important for modern businesses, but what’s more important is how you use and interpret this data to come up with accurate conclusions. His book, Everydata: The Misinformation Hidden in the Little Data You Consume Every Day goes into the data all around us, and how we can sift through it to find truth.In This Episode We CoverThe expert witness and testimony field Checking your own bias and making sure your decisions are based on accurate dataUnderstanding the context around the data that is being recordedTracking growth and recruiting so you know where you’re succeedingUsing common sense when looking at different data pointsAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowEdgeworth EconomicsEdgeworth AnalyticsThe Data BlueprintFor the Business Podcast ListenersCheck the full show notes here: http://biggerpockets.com/bizshow99

Rams Talk Radio
Butting Heads Ep. 133 - Floyd Stays, Johnson Goes - Free Agency Day 1 Recap

Rams Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 53:51


Steve and Johnny react to a wild first day of free agency for the Los Angeles Rams. They discuss the massive deal to retain Leonard Floyd, and how the Rams can possibly pull it off given the fact that they have no cap space. They also touch on the departures of John Johnson and Samson Ebukam, as well as the tender of Darious Williams. This was finished recording at 7 PM Pacific time on 3/15 - anything that happened after that was not information at the time of the podcast!

Locked On Rams - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Rams re-sign Leonard Floyd, tender Darious Williams, lose John Johnson to Cleveland Browns

Locked On Rams - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Rams

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 24:48


Host Sosa Kremenjas breaks down the Los Angeles Rams' eventful first day in the NFL's free agency period. The Rams lost S John Johnson to the Cleveland Browns and EDGE Samson Ebukam to the San Francisco 49ers, though they were able to re-sign EDGE Leonard Floyd to a huge four-year $64M deal, while also placing a first-round tender on CB Darious Williams. Come find out how these moves came to be and some rumors floating around TE Gerald Everett in the free-agent market. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Browns - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Browns
John Johnson III joins the Browns, Second year in a row Berry in Company bag a top osition player with Pete Smith

Locked On Browns - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Browns

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 45:06


Jeff Lloyd is joined by Sports Illustrated's Pete Smith to talk day one of free agency. Andrew Berry again goes big game hunting and hauls in the top safety on the market in former Ram John Johnson III. This move is huge for Joe Woods to finally play the defense he wants as opposed to trying to peace meal it. We talk other teams moves and tackle some listener questions on how this effects draft strategy. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #OdellBeckham #MylesGarrett #DenzelWards #JohnJohnsonIII Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Paul Brown Podcast - The First International Cleveland Browns Podcast
EMERGENCY PODCAST - John Johnson Signing (S3:E82)

The Paul Brown Podcast - The First International Cleveland Browns Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 16:11


Today the lads bring you an emergency early podcast, 8 hours early as they react to the John Johnson signing. Bringing you the best 15 minutes of Browns coverage seven days a week. Make sure you check them out on Twitter too for breaking news during the day @PaulBrown_UK @iain19 & @JackDuffin.

Locked On Rams - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Rams don't use franchise tag ahead of NFL free agency, could lose S John Johnson or EDGE Leonard Floyd

Locked On Rams - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Rams

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 29:14


Host Sosa Kremenjas recaps the NFL's franchise tag deadline in which the Los Angeles Rams elected to not utilize the tag on upcoming free agents S John Johnson III and EDGE Leonard Floyd. Sosa shares some information on the safety and edge rusher markets by highlighting some of the names across the NFL that were tagged. To end the episode, Sosa also highlights a PFF article from Sam Monson that namedrops the most overrated and underrated players slated for free agency. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON20,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices