New Orleans Saints Draft Primer: What to Watch For (with Luke Johnson)
Black and Gold Rush
This episode of Black and Gold Rush is a great mix of behind-the-scenes content and a Saints draft preview!Host Rachel Jones and Luke Johnson, Saints beat writer at The Times-Picayune & New Orleans Advocate, predict the Saints' strategy for the 2021 NFL Draft during their wide-ranging conversation. Rachel and Luke were on The Daily Reveille sports staff together at LSU - and they reunite to discuss how serving in the U.S. Marine Corps shaped Luke's life, the story behind Luke meeting his wife Chelsea, and much more.Don't miss next Monday's episode featuring former Saints GM Randy Mueller!LISTEN FOR THESE QUOTES(6:05) "First and foremost, my dad was in the Marines for 20 years. I always kind of envied his stories. So that was number one. And number two, 911 happened when I was a sophomore in high school. And then that was pretty formative for a lot of people my age."(12:30) "(Luke's wife) Chelsea worked in back shop and I worked in the newsroom. So we crossed paths every now and then ... But then randomly we had a class together, and ironically enough the name of the class was Marriage and Family."(15:40) "I think Caleb Farley is the best corner in this draft."(18:58) "It just remains to be seen whether the Saints think they can trust (Zach Baun) as an off-ball linebacker." (23:49) "Everybody should pause this podcast now and go watch like a 5-minute Rondale Moore highlight tape. The guy is just so much fun to watch with the ball in his hands."(30:29) "Because both Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill are going to be free agents next year, there's no guarantee that either of those guys are going to pan out in this offense. And I think it'd be smart enough to just like, always be keeping their options open with the quarterback position - the Saints should be example number one for how important that position is."(32:28) Random RoundCONNECT WITH US / LINKS MENTIONEDSaints beat writer mock draft 2.0: Luke Johnson’s picksSaints have 8 picks in the NFL Draft - Who are the best ever selected in those spots?Luke Johnson TwitterRachel Jones TwitterRachel Jones InstagramSUBSCRIBE, RATE AND REVIEW!“Black and Gold Rush is awesome and authentic, and I can’t wait for more.” <--- If that sounds like you, please rate and review my show!---> Scroll to the bottom on Apple Podcasts, tap to rate out of 5 stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then let me know what you loved most about the episode!
New Orleans Saints beat writer Luke Johnson of nola.com joined Scott to discuss Netflix's casting of Kevin James as Sean Payton, the biggest positional need on the Saints, how the team approaches the pre-draft process, why they aren't settled at QB, and how U.S. audiences have changed their view of war movies over the years.
New Orleans Saints beat writer Luke Johnson of nola.com joined Scott to breakdown all the salary cap cuts the Saints had to make, getting below the cap, their approach to free agency, Drew Brees's legacy, war movies, Ted Lasso and more.
Luke is interesting because some of his favorite characters are the villains. Also, whatever you read first when you're young, that's what you'll love for the rest of your life. We offer praise for The Juggernaut, and Luke says he's tired of Batman. Also: who is your favorite Flash? What's the deal with Moon Knight? Which reboot started with the Joker having his face peeled off? Can comic books be too dark? What happened in Flashpoint? Do you need to kill a character's parents to turn them into a hero? What is Sex Criminals about? What is Johnsian Literalism? Is it fun to see a hero who isn't a good person? Who is Damage Control and what is The Cage Factory? Who is Blue Beetle (Jaime Reyes)? Why is it great that DC is making a Blue Beetle movie? Is it time for some superhero movies with low stakes? Which is better, Young Justice or the Justice League animated series? Reading tips: Moon Knight by Warren Ellis, Moon Knight by Doug Moench, Sex Criminals, JLA by Mark Waid, Fantastic Four by Mark Waid, JLA by Grant Morrison, Doom Patrol by Grant Morrison, The Flash by Geoff Johns, Flash #182 (all about Captain Cold), Wildguard by Todd Nauck, Suicide Squad by John Ostrander Watch tips: Flash, Young Justice, DC's Legends of Tomorrow Recorded 2-26-21 via Cleanfeed
Welcome to our 13th installment of Living Well with MS Coffee Break, and the first Coffee Break episode for 2021, where we welcome Luke Johnson as our guest! Our Coffee Break series is your chance to get to know members of our diverse OMS community. In each episode, you’ll join Geoff Allix for an intimate chat with a different member of our global community. Our guests will share their personal stories and talk about their challenges and victories, large and small. We hope you find common cause and a source of inspiration from the stories of these very special people. As always, your comments and suggestions are always welcome by emailing email@example.com. We hope you enjoy this episode’s conversation with Luke Johnson, beaming to you straight from Western Massachusetts. Bio: Luke is an artist and college fitness director based in the United States in Western Massachusetts, where he also grew up. He attended university in New York City and worked for many years in wilderness therapy and immersion programs in places as diverse as Costa Rica and Nepal. Eight years ago, after returning from the West Coast of the US and completing his graduate studies, Luke developed his first signs of MS. Since then, Luke’s life has been a journey in rebuilding his health, discovering the new, and unpacking the old. Questions: Luke, our audience wants to know a little bit about you and your life. Can you share some background on where you’re from, what you do, any snippets of your family or personal life or anything about you that would give our listeners a sense of who Luke is? How about your experience with MS? Can you provide some context on that? When were you diagnosed and how did you initially cope with it? At which point did you come across the OMS program? How was that experience for you? Why did you decide to start following it? What are some of the challenges you’ve faced at first in adopting the OMS program? How did you overcome them? When did you first start to see any kind of positive indicators in following OMS guidelines? What were these? How have you had to adapt your daily healthy habits to the new realities imposed by Covid-19? And has following the OMS program helped you deal with the new realities of Covid-19 times? On a personal note, do you have any unusual interests or wacky hobbies you can tell us about? What kind of stuff will we find you doing on a weekend? If there is one piece of advice you can share with people new to the OMS program, what would that be? Links Check out Luke’s amazing photography Follow Luke on Instagram Luke’s favorite comprehensive resource on plant-based lifestyle A great online course on well-being from Yale University Rhona Patrick is a scientist and she explores a lot of useful lifestyle tweaks that are beneficial to anyone pursuing better health or managing chronic conditions Another great site for healthy lifestyle change A podcast on plant-based eating, exercise and wellness Luke really likes Coming up on our next episode: On the next episode of Living Well with MS, launching March 10, 2021, help Geoff welcome Mark Webb – writer, wheelchair rugby athlete and head of communications for Shift.ms, an amazing community of people with MS. Mark will share the View from Shift.ms and talk about his role as a champion of all things MS, especially as it relates to diversity and inclusion. Don’t miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favorite podcast listening app. Don’t be shy – if you like the program, leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. And feel free to share your comments and suggestions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode 33: Luke Johnson, General Manager, AJ Hackett, Singapore
The WiT Podcast
In this podcast we learn how Luke Johnson, General Manager of AJ Hackett, Singapore, has taken lessons from adventure sports in dealing with Covid, why his jump masters would make the best coaches in resilience and how the park helped thousands of Singaporeans destress from the confines of living on a small island with closed borders. In the process, Johnson has also learnt what matters most to Singaporeans – beyond the thrills, yes, it’s about the food – and how AJ Hackett worldwide is rebranding itself into an experience that’s beyond the jumping and swinging, and it’s just about being there, being part of the fun. And it’s also about learning what goes on behind the scenes with its new “Bouncing Back To Life” insider tour, which is part of a wider Sentosa initiative to launch Insider Tours across the island (the tours are yet to be launched).
New Orleans Saints beat writer Luke Johnson of nola.com joined Scott to share his perspectives on the Saints season-ending loss to the Bucs, Drew Brees' likely last ride, where the team goes in the offseason, the most likely candidate to start at QB for New Orleans in 2021, and of course, the two discussed war movies.
Luke Johnson - We Are The Economy: Why A Second Lockdown Will Drive The UK To An Economic Disaster
💰 The Crypto Catch-Up Event: https://londonreal.tv/crypto ✅ #BrianForMayor 👉 https://BrianForMayor.London BUILD YOUR DREAM BUSINESS IN 8 WEEKS: https://londonreal.tv/biz/ 2021 SUMMIT TICKETS: https://londonreal.tv/summit/ NEW MASTERCLASS EACH WEEK: http://londonreal.tv/masterclass-yt LATEST EPISODE: https://londonreal.link/latest Luke Johnson is the British entrepreneur, business adviser, and weekly columnist for The Sunday Times. He is a man with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the world of business and investment that has seen him hold the position of Chairman at Channel 4, the Royal Society of Arts and the Pizza Express chain. He is the former owner The Ivy and had interests in Giraffe, Belgo, founding the hugely popular Strada restaurant chain. Currently, the Chairman of equity firm Risk Capital Partners and the Brighton Pier Group, Luke Johnson’s resume and achievements are wide-ranging and all-encompassing. Like so many business leaders and entrepreneurs, Luke has concerned in recent months about the economic devastation caused by the unproven lockdown measures, highlighting the collateral damage to our social, physical and mental health, and the need to look for alternative solutions. These concerns focus on the as yet unproven policy of single measure lockdowns, a policy that has seen hundreds of thousands of people left unemployed and the misuse of data for the justification of actions and the relentless scaremongering by the mainstream media that has left “the nation depressed, frightened, poorer, anti-social, lonely, less fit, hypochondriacs, anxious and heavily indebted.” By highlighting what Luke calls Covid Monomania – the government’s obsessive preoccupation with death rates, protecting the NHS and their relentless attempts to reinforce this peril through data that is misused and appropriated, he has brought attention for the need to consider innovative policies and solutions. This includes solutions which protect the vulnerable and elderly but allow younger people, those with families that need feeding, small business owners on the brink of collapse, to take what many consider a wholly proportionate risk by going about their daily lives, and thus enabling our demoralised economy. Espousing a view which promotes exercise, healthy eating, positive habits and above all our duty to protect those who can’t readily protect themselves, Luke proposes seeking opportunity and chance in a changing marketplace, encouraging ways to improve ourselves, our work, our life in this most fallow period. We must consider our options, call for transparency and be clear that those of us who can, are ready to step forward and be counted. Let’s not allow this fear to consume us and seep further into our consciousness. After all, as Luke points out, a continued lockdown over Christmas would destroy hospitality and retail and “kill at least 500,000 more jobs.”
Episode 148: Bombing at a comedy festival! Today I'm joined by Luke Johnson for his second appearance with a conversation that took place at the very beginning of the pandemic. Luke shares his story about bombing at a comedy festival and what it feels like to be the weakest link of the show. We also talked about creating content and getting better writing habits. Plus more! Please rate, review, and subscribe! Luke Johnson: Bio: Luke started his comedy career five years ago, and in that time has become a fixture of the Sioux Falls scene. He has appeared at the Paul Bunyan Comedy Festival in Oscoda, Michigan, and is a co-producer of the Sno Jam Comedy Festival in Sioux Falls. He also hosts a comedy game show, Vocabularious. Twitter: @cursethedark Art of Bombing: Website: https://www.artofbombingpod.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/artofbombingpod FB: https://www.facebook.com/artobpodcast/ Twitter: @artofbombingpod Instagram: @artofbombingpod YouTube: Art of Bombing Podcast Dan Bublitz Jr: http://www.danbublitz.com/★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★