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Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:19 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges

"Doctor porges. Are you there. i'm here yeah. I want to gush about you for a second because i am a giant fan of your work and the observations that you brought to light. I thought it was time we took your material to the public. Which i know is going to be a little bit of a task because it's very physiological and very technical but this is the future. Are we off line. No we're on. We're on the rock. I know it sounds like i'm not talking. Okay then go ahead and gosh yes. Dr borjas develop. Something called the polly vega theory. And it is that may not be a term that is immediately apparent what it means everybody. But he basically has shown how a part of our central nervous system that has been ignored for longtime or at least marginalized. Maybe at the core of understanding. How i describe this. How are emotional. Landscapes work I i came to work. Dr portas through alan shore. I may humble disciple of his work and his his work informed. Everything i do and he is backed by the Will be on in a couple of episodes to talk to you about his work But he has been able to show you know how the emotional landscape is built how the self is built and how this is a a. We've missed the fact that this is a bodily based experience and that the auto onomic nervous system sort of breaks accelerator of our system has been marginalized in our understanding of this thing. We call motions and feelings. Is that a good way to sort of bring it start actually going if you don't mind me dancing in spring it I actually Realized i finally realized that you were trained as an internist. And what i would say is to start this. I would say that. What i do is really the interface between internal medicine and psychiatry. Yes so You should find yourself feeling very much at home. With the linkage of the on a nommik nervous system to behavioral mental health disorders will and it. Maybe that's why you ended up in addiction medicine too. Because that's a similar crossroad You know it's it's very much you know medical. There's a lot of medical stuff going on. It's there's neurobiology that's completely out of whack there's interpersonal there's dynamic issues psychiatric issues but ultimately it is about the body and the body's relation to the brain and that is something that i think has been when people talk for instance talk. I'm getting off topic completely right away here but whenever hear people talking about you know Computers or artificial intelligence. I think wait a minute. Humans have this all other thing that they're embedded in that informed so much of what they're experiencing maybe it's all of what they're experiencing but it also informs what they're thinking how they remember things and how they process information. It's why there's things like intuition and why we have insights those actually our bodies creating those those sorts of moments. I suspect well. We are biological. I mean that's what we are and whatever we do whether it's art or music or social interactions. It's really based on our biology. And this tends to be you know marginalized this importance and as you've already realized that we live in a world that is very i'll use the term cognitive centric or cle biased. It's being the same thing that this little part of the brain that deals with our awareness and our alertness in our consciousness is the major role of our brain and it's not really To help our body run and the way. Our body is functioning also feedback and provides porto's of accessibility to different mental competencies. Well let's try to talk about the vagus nerve and what you observe to talk about the poly vegas theory. I by the way gave a lecture at the usc university southern california. I know where you are. You're at dr professor of psychiatry university of north carolina By the way you can find more information at steven porges. Pr ge's dot com and the book. Which will be on. Our website is the poly bagel theory. gave a lecture not university of southern carolina near you. The university of southern california which is our usc and I tried to tip toe into your material. It was interesting because I do think. I do use it so much. In terms of helping people understand. Emotional regulation and inter subjective experiences. And they were pretty receptive. I even wrote an exam question about it which is about basic theory based in a national in a format that we're all accustomed to talk about what you observe how you got into this. Well i i'll talk about the history of getting into it in a moment but i The theory is extraordinarily logically based. But it's also intuitive. So now you have this balance between really deep science and the history of neuro anatomy off the allergy in the study of evolution on one side and the other side. The intuition of it this is this is how we feel that we act and when you put those layers together suddenly demystify. The unusual experiences people have had especially those who have been traumatized health issues. how i got into. This is really backwards. I think We all get into things that interest us about feelings and trying to understand our our body but we often go into profession so i started off in psychology and i was interested in physiological markers or parallels of psychological processes with kind of a dream that you could put electrodes on people and you Understand a lot about them without talking to them okay so you could understand A lot about their physiological states. And as i started to do my work and this is actually several decades ago i started to ask more serious questions not Simply where there correlates or relationships between ordinary activity and talking to prophecies or emotional states

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"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at three o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening at three. After deliberating for nine hours. Jurors have reached a verdict in the murder trial of Lawrence teenager. Matthew Borjas and the verdict. Guilty Borjas on trial at Salem superior court for the beheading of Lawrence high school classmate Lee Paulino in twenty sixteen. The teens body was found in the Merrimack river. Now right now court is in a brief recess. A sentencing date will be set shortly. Keep it here on WBZ radio. If you have to step away from the radio, we are also on your Alexa, demise in the iheartradio app. It's three a one and secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he warned his Russian counterpart foreign ministers air Jay Lavrov against any unacceptable meddling in US elections. Speaking in the resort city of Sochi Pompeo said he hopes the two countries can become closer this good faith effort on the part of each of our two nations as directed by President Trump and President Putin will stabilize relationship and put it back on a trajectory that I think would be good for not only of our two countries and each of our peoples, but for the world is well and Labra expected this evening to jointly update. Putin on their meetings. We'll update you as well. And the talks com is attorney general Bill bar appoints. Connecticut, US attorney John barren to examine the origins of the Russian vested Gatien CBS's Paula Reed with this story at the White House is clearly something that will be pleasing to the president who has repeatedly claimed that there was illegal spying on his campaign. Even though several top Justice appointed officials who he selected personally part of his cabinet have denied this ever occurred. It's at any surveillance was supported by a judge's authorisation Durham, we'll be working with intelligence. Chiefs to see how the surveillance was conducted. Parents coming from all over the state today rallying on beacon hill. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports they joined together to call for education equity..

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"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And now it's up to the jury in the Matthew Borjas murder case WBZ's Karyn regal was there today for closing arguments. She joins me now. Live from Salem superior court. Hi, karen. Hi there. Nicole the family re Pollino war t shirts with their loss. Two teenagers face on the front with more on the back. They said we want answers we need answers. And we need Justice those t shirts prominent as closing arguments were done today. Defense attorney at Hayden went I pointing to some unnamed conspiracy theory, he said a fifteen year old couldn't have done everything that Matthew is accused of doing tried coke Holden in foreign as he went through his long holding argument, and that didn't hold much water with the prosecutor dig Potosi who pumped right up until all the evidence, you need is right in front of you. It's him. It's Matthew Borjas sitting right here. He killed Lee Paulino rather a dramatic moment here in cord Matthew Borjas didn't quite jump back. But he's certainly had the attention of the prosecutor as he made that statement, the text messages and social media there've been so prominent in. Mistrial were displayed onscreen as the prosecutor walked his way through the case. A number of them were Borjas was quite possessive of girl in the center of all of this who Matthew just was quite jealous of angry that she was talking to leap Malino. And the reason prosecutors say that he learned Pollino down to the Bank of the Merrimack river in November of twenty sixteen killed him allegedly killed him. I should say and dismembered his body. The jury as you mentioned Nicole has the case now now, we just wait outside film. Superior court. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Thanks, karen. And of course, when the verdict comes down, we will bring it to you right here on WBZ radio. Actress Felicity Huffman in Southie. The sour expected to plead guilty today in the college emission scandal. Felicity Huffman, guilty plea this day after mother's day reflects the pain. The actress said she caused her daughter Huffman is set to admit she paid a fifteen thousand dollar bribe. So an SAT Proctor would correct her daughters answers causing what you call deep regret. And shame. In exchange for her plea. Federal prosecutors said they would push for a sentence of four to ten months in prison as ABC's Aaron Katersky outside.

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"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Interrogated the teen on trial for allegedly beheading classmate takes the stand. WBZ's? Karyn regal is at the trial of Matthew Borg Borjas who's charged with murdering Li Pollino when they were both sophomores at Lawrence high and she joins us now with the very latest. Good afternoon. Karen? To you. We're hearing a taping court now as nasty police. Detectives in Lawrence detectives interrogate, Matthew Borja gentle interrogation because he was fifteen years old at the time in November twenty sixteen when police say Lee Polina was already dead when he was reported missing his Monte probably already in the banks of the Merrimack river when it was found two weeks later in December on that tape nephew says that he and Lee Pollino friends. They just go for walk mung Meramec river, and he doesn't know what happened to him. He said they would go out smoke pot along the thanks Merrimack. And talk about what he says casually was like school girls any kind of thing that any kind of teenager would talk about. But the prosecutors hearsay Pollino was already dead. We heard earlier today from two other than teenagers who say they were coaxed by four just in a Facebook chat group into breaking into Lee, Pollino, home homeschooling pace, PlayStation some. Clothes and other things. And that they heard later from Borjas who said that the Pollino provoked him in two freaking out Lena's decapitated body was found in the Merrimack on December first of two thousand sixteen from career court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. It is twelve thirty six at the moment. The nineteen year old suspected gunman in San Diego synagogue shooting appeared in court, Tuesday, pleading not guilty. The prosecutor told the courtroom about the suspects online, parent anti semitic activity. Here's ABC's Matt gunman DeVos said he'd martyr himself for the white race. But that's not what happened on Saturday. I congregate chased him out of the synagogue. And then as the prosecutor recounted. Call nine one one and reported shooting at this location to the dispatcher and said that he was armed appearing blue jump suit. The judge denying his bail shooting in Somerville. This morning Lawrence teenager on trial for murdering a classmate and attorney general William bar testifying before congress..

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"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Local story. The state needs an immigration detainers policy that from governor Charlie Baker after the district attorney's in Suffolk and Middlesex counties sued the feds to block immigration agents for making arrests and court houses of those suspected of being in the country illegally. The fact that it's sort of drifted into the courthouses is a function of the fact that we don't have it detainers policy, Massachusetts statutorily. I think we should the governor is urging lawmakers to revisit legislation that would let state and local law enforcement hold violent and dangerous criminals who face deportation. If a valid federal detained request is issued in Salem superior court the trial of Lawrence team charged in the stabbing and beheading death of high school classmate more than two years ago. I think of killing someone and smart. The first words uttered, noting statements. The Commonwealth and front of the murdered Lee Pollino family in front of a gas. Jurors ADA J Gubacsi laid out his case against the seventeen year old Matthew Borjas accused decapitating Lawrence vice schoolmate in two thousand sixteen. The state says the horrific murder erupted from a fire as oldest time. The defendant is jealous. It a problem with our talking to boards, but Borjas attorney Ed Hayden says things are being taken out of context. This character trait. Sheila type somehow escalated into a murderous rage at Salem superior court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio in sports. The Red Sox PTA's nine to four Don huff WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Strong.

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"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Four degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. The state needs an immigration detainers policy that from governor Charlie Baker after the district attorney's in Suffolk and Middlesex counties sued the feds to block immigration agents for making arrested court houses of those suspected of being in the country illegally. The fact that it's sort of drifted into the courthouses as a function of the fact that we don't have a painter policy, Massachusetts statutorily. I think we should governor urging lawmakers to revisit legislation that would let state and local law enforcement hold violent and dangerous criminals who face deportation. If valid federal detain a request is issued I says not commenting on today's legal action testimony underway and the Salem superior court trial of Lawrence team, charged in the gruesome death of a high school classmate more than two years ago. Matthew Borjas charged with murder in the stabbing and beheading of a classmate. I think of killing someone. I smart. The first words uttered, noting statements by the Commonwealth and front of the murdered Lee. Police family in front of a gas. Jurors ADA J Gubacsi laid out his case against the seventeen year old Matthew Borjas accuser decapitating, his Lawrence vice schoolmate in two thousand sixteen the state says the horrific murder erupted from a fire as old as time. The defendant is jealous. A problem with our talking to voice, but Borjas attorney Ed Hayden says things are being taken out of context. This character trait. Jealous type somehow escalated into a murderous rage at Salem superior court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio in southern California, a pack. Congregation remembers the woman shot to death over the weekend and an attack on a synagogue. God bless.

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"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty degrees in Boston at four o'clock that afternoon on Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening. The state alleges horrific details in the decapitation verte of Lawrence teenager WBZ's. Karyn regal covering the trial. If think of killing someone, and I smoked the first words uttered, noting statements by the Commonwealth and front of the murdered Lee Pollino family in front of a gas. Jurors ADA J Gubacsi laid out his case against the seventeen year old Matthew Borjas accused of decapitating Lawrence schoolmate in two thousand sixteen. The state says the horrific murder erupted from a fire as old as time jealous. Get a problem with our talking towards, but Borjas attorney Ed Hayden says things are being taken out of context. This character trait jealous type somehow escalated into a murderous rage at Salem superior court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio days after a Newton judge is indicted accused of interfering with ice agents. New battle. Brews between the state and immigration authorities. Middlesex ta Marian Ryan and Suffolk DA. Rachel rawlins. Holding a news conference announcing the suit the federal suit today. The result of this view that keeps people from exercising their right to come to court is the victims suffer. In silence. I am not asking nor am I intending to interfere with the federal government when they engage in an exercise their lawful authority. I simply ask that they pay us the same respect and not interfere with ours. The lawsuit seeks an injunction preventing ice officers from coming into Massachusetts courthouses steps or even parking lots comes less than a week after a Newton judge in court officer were indicted for legendary helping an undocumented immigrant escape from the courthouse in Newton and ice agents. The DA's insisted this suit is separate and was already in the works..

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"borjas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The eighties. He was just another luxury and Trump stood naked revealed is the spokesman for that tiny minority of Americans who lead well defended lives. Forget poverty and its causes. The get the degradation and squalor of millions fry them into. That was Pete Hamill writing after more than a decade in prison. The guys were afraid when another man confessed to the crime and the DNA matched breslin took up. The cause for someone else who came unjustly in the glare of publicity and rush to judgment, a rookie NYPD cop named Sabella Borjas. Tell me that story. A woman cop named Sabella Borjas is fired from the New York police department because before she was a cop. She had posed nude for a magazine called beaver, which is Jimmy later wrote is a magazine men read with one hand. So she was fired, and she was just pilloried in the press and Jimmy took up her cause and said, you know, why should she be fired for something that she did before she was on the force. And why isn't the police union representing her? That's what they're supposed to do. The police department should have been proud of the pictures says they pulled that at least one member of the forces a marvelous physical condition. The police union then takes out full page ads attacking Jimmy breslin. But eventually is Collins are so persuasive that a court reinstates her and they saw their job is sticking up for the ordinary guy and woman who is often neglected by the news media. And so even though they were these larger than life characters, and they certainly knew every celebrity in the world, and they covered big stories with major Stoorikhel figures their bread and butter was more writing about people who just needed a hand. We're talked about them being a breed apart. What that meant literally was that they typically do not follow the herd of other journalists there pros was spectacular. But the angles they came up with were equally profound. When JFK was shot. Breslin followed the story to Dallas like. Hundreds of other reporters, but he came up with an angle that makes your heart. Skip a beat it covered the assassination through the eyes of the ER doctor, and then a few days later, he covers the Arlington cemetery burial of the dead president from the perspective of the grave digger Ali. Could you please be here by eleven o'clock this morning Kowalczyk.

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"borjas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eighties. Was just another luxury and Trump stood naked revealed as the spokesman for that tiny minority of Americans who lead well defended lives. Forget poverty and its causes to get the degradation and squalor of millions fry them into passivity that was Pete Hamill writing after more than a decade in prison. The guys were afraid when another man confessed to the crime and the DNA matched breslin took up. The cause for someone else who came unjustly in the glare of publicity and rush to judgment rookie NYPD cop named Sabella Borjas. Tell me that story. A woman cop named spell Borjas is fired from the New York police department because before she was a cop. She had posed nude for a magazine called beaver, which is Jimmy later wrote is a magazine men read with one hand. So she was fired, and she was just pilloried in the press and Jimmy took up her cause and said, you know, why should she be fired for something that she did before she was on the force. And why isn't the police union representing her? That's what they're supposed to do. The police department should have been proud of the pictures says they pulled that at least one member of the forces a marvelous physical condition the police union then takes out full page ads attacking Jimmy breslin. But eventually is Collins are so persuasive that a court reinstates her and they saw their job is sticking up for the. Ordinary guy and woman who is often neglected by the news media. And so even though they were these larger than life characters, and they certainly knew every celebrity in the world, and they covered big stories with major Stoorikhel figures their bread and butter was more writing about people who just needed a hand. We're talked about them being a breed apart. What that meant literally was that they typically do not follow the herd of other journalists there pros was spectacular. But the angles they came up with were equally profound. When JFK was shot. Breslin followed the story to Dallas like hundreds of other reporters, but he came up with an angle that makes your heart. Skip a beat it covered the assassination through the eyes of the ER doctor, and then a few days later, he covers the Arlington cemetery burial of the dead. President from the perspective of the grave digger Bali. Could you please be by eleven o'clock this morning.

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"borjas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He was just another luxury and Trump stood naked revealed as the spokesman for that tiny minority of Americans who lead well defended lives. Forget poverty and its causes to get the degradation. Squalor of millions fry them into. That was Pete Hamill writing after more than a decade in prison. The guys were freed when another man confessed to the crime and the DNA matched breslin took up. The cause for someone else who came unjustly in the glare of publicity and rush to judgment, a rookie NYPD cop named Sabella Borjas. Tell me that story. A woman cop named spell Borjas is fired from the New York police department because before she was a cop. She had posed nude for a magazine called beaver, which is Jimmy later wrote is a magazine men read with one hand. So she was fired, and she was just pilloried in the press and Jimmy took up her cause and said, you know, why should she be fired for something that she did before she was on the force. And why isn't the police union representing her? That's what they're supposed to do. The police departments should have been proud of the pictures says they proved that at least one member of the force is a marvellous physical condition. The police union then takes out full page ads attacking Jimmy breslin, but eventually is columns are so persuasive that a court reinstates her and they saw their job is sticking up for the ordinary guy and woman who is often neglected by the news media. And so even though they were these larger than life characters, and they certainly knew every celebrity in the world, and they covered big stories with major Stoorikhel figures their bread and butter was more writing about people who just needed a hand. We're talked about them being a breed apart. What that meant literally was that they typically did not follow the herd of other journalists there pros was spectacular. But the angles they came up with were equally profound. When JFK was shot. Breslin followed the story to Dallas like. Hundreds of other reporters, but he came up with an angle that makes your heart. Skip a beat it covered the assassination through the eyes of the ER doctor, and then a few days later, he covers the Arlington cemetery burial of the dead president from the perspective of the grave digger. They could you please be by eleven o'clock this morning Kowalczyk,.

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"borjas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eighties. He was just another luxury and Trump stood naked revealed as the spokesman for that tiny minority of Americans who lead well defended lives, forget, poverty and its causes. Forget the degradation in squalor of millions fry them into passivity that was Pete Hamill writing after more than a decade in prison. The guys were freed when another man confessed to the crime and the DNA matched breslin took up. The cause for someone else who came unjustly in the glare of publicity and rush to judgment, a rookie NYPD cop named Sabella Borjas. Tell me that story. A woman cop named Bela Borjas is fired from the New York police department because before she was a cop. She had posed nude for. Magazine called beaver which is Jimmy later wrote is a magazine men read with one hand. So she was fired, and she was just pilloried in the press and Jimmy took up her cause and said, you know, why should she be fired for something that she did before she was on the force. And why isn't the police union representing our that's what they're supposed to do? The police departments should have been proud of the pictures says they pulled that at least one member of the force is a marvelous physical condition the police union, then takes out full page ads attacking Jimmy breslin, but eventually is columns are so persuasive that a court reinstates her and they saw their job is sticking up for the ordinary guy and woman who is often neglected by the news media. And so even though they were these larger than life characters, and they certainly knew. Every celebrity in the world, and they covered big stories with major Stoorikhel figures their bread and butter was more writing about people who just needed a hand. We're talked about them being a breed apart. What that meant literally was that they typically did not follow the herd of other journalists. They're pros was spectacular. But the angles they came up with were equally profound. When JFK was shot. Breslin followed the story to Dallas like hundreds of other reporters, but he came up with an angle that makes your heart. Skip a beat it covered the assassination through the eyes of the ER doctor, and then a few days later, he covers the Arlington cemetery burial of the dead president from the perspective of the grave digger Bali. Could you please be by eleven o'clock this morning.

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"borjas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eighties. He was just another luxury and Trump stood naked revealed as the spokesman for that tiny minority of Americans who lead well defended lives. Forget poverty and its causes to get the degradation. Squalor of millions fry them into. That was Pete Hamill writing after more than a decade in prison. The guys were freed when another man confessed to the crime and the DNA matched breslin took up. The cause for someone else who came unjustly in the glare of publicity and rush to judgment, a rookie NYPD cop named Sabella Borjas. Tell me that story. A woman cop named Bella Borjas is fired from the New York police department because before she was a cop. She had posed nude for a magazine called beaver, which is Jimmy later wrote is a magazine men read with one hand. So she was fired, and she was just pilloried in the press and Jimmy took up her cause and said, you know, why should she be fired for something that she did before she was on the force. So why isn't the police union representing her? That's what they're supposed to do. The police department should have been proud of the pictures says they pulled that at least one member of the force is a marvelous physical condition. The police union then takes out full page ads attacking Jimmy breslin, but eventually is columns are so persuasive that a court reinstates her and they saw their job is sticking up for the ordinary guy and woman who is often neglected by the news media. And so even though they were these larger than life characters, and they certainly knew every celebrity in the world, and they covered big stories with major Stoorikhel figures their bread and butter was more writing about people who just needed a hand. We're talked about them being a breed apart. What that meant literally was that they typically did not follow the herd of other journalists there pros was spectacular. But the angles they came up with were equally profound. When JFK was shot. Breslin followed the story to Dallas like. Hundreds of other reporters, but he came up with an angle that makes your heart. Skippy e covered the assassination through the eyes of the ER doctor, and then a few days later, he covers the Arlington cemetery burial of the dead president from the perspective of the grave digger. Could you please be here by eleven o'clock this morning Kowalczyk.

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"borjas" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Seventh caller six one seven nine three one sixteen eighty back to the phones in a second. But I I must just interrupt. This Trump move on Pelosi is unbelievable and the CNN reporting on it is more unbelievable bear with me people. I'm going to get to the calls. I promise, but. Trump has written a letter to Nancy Pelosi responding to her saying, I don't think we should do the state of the union until the shutdowns over Pelosi and several members of congress have a trip plan to Egypt and Afghanistan, and they were going on it now and Trump delivered a letter to the speaker's office that said in light of the shutdown. I think it's inappropriate for you to be flying on military plane. So we're gonna we're gonna ground that we're not gonna let you go. And it's like really you're going to mess with the bowl you're gonna get the horns. And so he's done the CNN Brooke Baldwin just said I can't even begin to think of the slap in the face to our military when Trump in his letter referred to this as a photo op. I I'm laughing because of course, everybody in the middle of Nancy Pelosi going over there, of course, is a photo op and everybody understands that that's a photo op, and nobody is upset about that. But that's that's the first one. Gloria borger just said, we don't even know how this happened for all. We know Nancy Pelosi might have decided herself that it was inappropriate to go. She just didn't tell anyone. And so Trump is now trying to own it. She said that on the air. Now think about what happened. This was delivered. Violeta letter, not tweet. So somehow Pelosi decides that she's not going in somehow word then gets to Trump in Gloria Borjas world. And somehow Trump says if somebody hey fire off a letter, and then I'll sign it. And then we'll deliver it all before Pelosi goes public with it. I mean, there is a bus with legislators on it. They were heading to Andrews or whatever it is to get on the plane right now. But in the Borgia world somehow Pelosi had decided this or she was speculating that she might have decided to do this. But then kept it quiet in Trump jumped on it. In letter form letter someone's got to type it up. They've got a double check it. They've got a free to Trump's gonna sign it. They gotta bring it over. They've got to deliver it all while they're doing that thinking while if she doesn't mention this publicly, maybe we'll beat her to the punch. It's crazy. It's the craziest thing I ever heard. But CNN is so mad at what Trump did they cannot get out of their own way. This is a slap in the face at the military families. There's a slap in the face at our national security. How dare he? Two board is credit at least she said, look, I'm not gonna pretend the Pelosi wasn't playing politics with the state of the union address. But what Trump is doing his unbelievable, blah, blah, blah. But they have led they have legislators on a bus right now, not realizing that they're not going on this trip because Trump grounded it because Pelosi messed with him. And so now he's gonna mess with her. A really you want to go to Egypt and you want to go to Afghanistan on a government on a military plane now not happen. Not till the government shutdowns over get back here. And let's negotiate. Six hundred seventy six we'll have more on that. As the details worn, and we'll definitely be talking about that tomorrow. In the meantime, I do want to go back to this hour restaurants. Screwing your this video of Applebee's pouring a woman at Applebee's pouring, a large beer into the small beer glass. And it basically is the same. And I'm saying, well, if they're doing that to us what else are they doing that? We don't know about six hundred seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight Eugene is in stone. He's next year on our kale. Hey, you, gene. I'll tell you. I'm curious funny. When you said that I usually don't call in. I listen every day all you guys on the show. And I am just tuned into a constantly. But I can't believe that some that last caller about the soup and that just frosted me because I'm like yourself. I always liked the bowl because I'm getting more. So I bought a bowl. My wife got a super knocking a. I'm not going to mention the name. And so yeah. In my. Long in shallow in her. I was done. She was. You actually had more because twice the amount of money in. Doing her Cup of water. I called the waitress over. This is the same thing. What do you want from me? I'm just killing someone should make a note when you buy you couldn't walk more suit not because you wanna cop. So now, I go in there. And where do I get to Emma? Ever ever again? Yeah. And you're getting for that same price. It's the little things we go out to eat a lot. But it's stupid. The little frost, you know. Because like I said I'm willing to pay double for the game bowl because. Be comfortable. You just have a bowl of soup. I'm good. I've always said this, gene. I'm with you. I'm so mad because I'll look I want to support restaurants. Right. And I wanna I wanna have a good dining experience on. I want them to to want me to be there. But I also wanna let them know that. Hey, I love your product. You guys do a great job or whatever one of the things that frost me Eugene on a guarantee you're the same when when some of these restaurants now, they don't bring bread to your table. And they don't mention it. But if you ask them away, we'll bring the bread that pisses me off because bring me the bread, or at least tell me would you like bread for the table. That's fine. But don't sit there quietly hoping that I don't ask for it is shaming me. If I do I can't stand that. Well, I am reading the pizza place that we could we officer restaurant, and we wanted to get an MVP pasta and bottle of wine in a pizza said excuse picnic. I have some bread with the. Mike. Well, no because you ordering pizza, and it'll why is that? From the break. I want some bread. We my you will typically we don't serve bread pizza only. Carso? It's it's so crazy and they're arguing with you. Like, you said can I get the answer supposed to be? Yes. Can I get some bread? Yes. Absolutely. But instead they're going. No, this is why we don't do know the answer you have bread. I would like some. Let's go. So crazy, but I honestly longest show. And it's it's funny 'cause they don't call them in Eugene. I first caller, bright caller. I'm deputizing where you right now. You gene, you're a middleman for W R K. Oh, well, I met I met you whether diners last year, and so they come over and shake your hand. I never call him. But I did shake hand. 'cause I did want to meet you guys. And like, I say keep up the good work. And you're very sharp guy all around. I love listening to you. Good, man. Eugene, you know, the number now, you know, it works don't be afraid to call it. My friends six one seven two six six sixty eight six eight Paul's in Plymouth. He's next on our KO. Good. Electric drink draft beer. I don't know. Okay. Well, lightning does however moonlighted as a bartender in a restaurant, and it was just starting there and one of the one of the traps other draft. So manager says go into back and cook up the tab to the tech. So I went back, and I couldn't find the brand of barrows Nikolov or something like that. So I come back, and I suppose a manager. I can't find a kick. He says that's how I hook it up. Anything? So yeah, I'm listening. I'm horrified. So far, so people are getting not what they asked for a lot of times. When I go to a draft. I have an order a draft. The essence I worked there and another thing too is the bottle to the booze. Tonight. We would fill the bugs up in, you know. If a if a lower great Bartlett watching say was almost empty would. Pour it into another higher grade. Which it up, you know, that's how it was. I don't I don't applaud that Paul. And we don't encourage that sort of thing that's frowned upon. And this is I get there is a certain level that you assume is done and you're like, okay, whatever they used to give you four ketchup packets with your fries lightning. And now you get to win whatever it is. I get that. And if if you ask for a second barbecue sauce, we're going to have to charge you fifty cents for is law. I hate that. But I get it. Some of that stuff. I understand it's the one that sneaky, and they know they're what you said with the draft beer, we were they know they're doing it. And they know they're screwing you and they're like keep doing. In the boonies too. I mean, that's that's a lot of money. People spend a lot of money for a quick drink. Well, when you order, a cer-, whatever it is. But let's say you're gonna order grey goose I want Greg goose. That's what I asked for. I don't want someone and. Yeah, man. And you know what? As far as Pelosi goes padded up to my eyeballs with that party. Something's gotta be done. What do you think of what Trump just did? Because this is going to be really interesting to see how this plays. It feels to me in the in the moment like this is an absolute power move. And I think this is gonna play hugely well for him whoever came up with this CNN is the because they're so apoplectic about it right now. That tells me that this is a huge win for Trump. Yeah. I hope you're right. And I don't know what she does to respond now. But she said our intro. You heard her she said that will cross that bridge when we come to a well now, you're at the bridge. He hasn't said anything about the state of union what he said is you're not flying. And if you wanna go commercial, you go commercial, the Egypt, you can have that. And we'll see what say. Take a broom ball. Good call my friend. Keep drinking whatever it is. You're drinking and don't let them screw you. Six. One seven six six sixty eight sixty eight is the phone number. We're gonna take a quick break. When we come back. Lightning you. Yeah. We're gonna decide something for you. The wise right now on Twitter. We've got a poll question up what should lightning do in her wedding? A or b however you vote is how this is gonna go. That's not true. Absolutely. Absolutely true, your fiance. He's already told me good. You want to see his tech? This is not up to him go to the wise in vote on this. And then however, you vote is how it's got this new year..

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"borjas" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on Here & Now

"Borjas has been living here for almost twenty years. She says, sure. There's downsides to the checkpoints for one they cost traffic tobacco. But if you're from around here, you know how to take the side roads which is really worried about is drug dealers, and it's beginning pretty bad with a lot of children in this area. We've had a couple of deaths. So I think for a lot of parents here, we're happy about it just down the road. John Payne runs in in with his wife. He got stopped in the checkpoints this year with two young Chinese women who are working for them this summer on visas, the agents suspected pain might be trafficking the girls after some delay, though they were sent on their way paint, took it as a good sign, not as a headache. If they're catching human traffickers all power to them when it comes to immigration, he says, we need to enforce the laws on the books, and he thinks it helps to have another I out in general for illegal. Behavior. If somebody catches a heroin dealer, my community and put them in jail. I'll shake their hand twice. Most of the illegal substances seized at these checkpoints though, have not been heroin or cocaine, math or feno. But instead marijuana in derivatives, like edibles and hash oil points haven't caught drug traffickers. This is GOP Senate with the New Hampshire ACLU. He's been fighting the checkpoints and won a court battle to have drug evidence thrown out from two stops in two thousand seventeen PR. The way the searches were performed is illegal under the state constitution. He says, most people caught with drugs in these stops are carrying only small personal use amounts of marijuana. And any notion at the checkpoints are making a dent in the states. Drug crisis is unfounded family members. These are kids these parents. These are not drug dealers as people have been suggesting back in Woodstock, Roberta vino a financial manager at the Woodstock in agrees. We do have drug problem in this town do is that going to stop that? No, the checkpoints she says, have been all over the news, big time dealers. They know what they're doing. They'll just. Void the interstate altogether during the most recent checkpoints one in August and one late last month. Border agents say they made no arrests for drugs or immigration violations for here. Now I'm breaching green..

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"borjas" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Throw the cubs in there too because i don't know why said somebody else but just the the position players versus building around pitching and while the braves they continued to be at least talked about as if they're stockpiled with young pitching and they do have it it's definitely there lead currently by fulton evanston by nukem and i know that there are several other players and a lot of them haven't even arrived at the majors yet but yeah yeah no it turns out pitching is very inconsistent hitting also inconsistent we know that to be true but i don't know how the evidence doesn't almost conclusively say that you should build around bets his bats are more reliable and sometimes in the case of a kuna or even all these to an extent and some of the players can take meaningful steps forward whereas when a pitcher takes what seems like a meaningful step forward it can be a raced with tommy john surgery the blink of an eye although i guess if every team has come to the same conclusion about building around hitters than maybe there's some benefit to doing the zig where everyone else's digging and picking up the pitchers that maybe they're not as interested in so i guess if enough teams decide on a consensus than going against that consensus may be could benefit you've but our former guest grint macauley who is on for our braves preview he tweeted something and noted that peter borjas was squeezed at center centerfield with the angels in two thousand twelve when mike trout essentially took his job and today for just was designated for assignment by the braves to make room for reynolds acuna and i guess that's the way you wanna go not that you wanna go in anyway but if you have to lose your job and be pushed out of arrest or spot than having been displaced by mike trout and now ronald kunia not those are the same caliber of player necessarily but you have the best player in baseball in the best prospect in baseball i guess that's the way you would wanna lose your job if you have to lose it i guess it's better than losing your job to thirty seven year old jose bautista playing third.

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Questions over "disturbing" video of black Harvard student's arrest

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Questions over "disturbing" video of black Harvard student's arrest

"The first victim of the valentine's day rampage to file a lawsuit here's cbs's peter king apathy borjas blocked doorway to protect fellow students when he was shot five times now he's suing confessed shooter nicholas crews his mother's estate the family that took him in after his mother died three mental health facilities that treated crews borges assuming cruise for assault and battery the rest for negligence cruise is charged with seventeen counts of murder and attempted murder to harvard law professor say they are now representing the undergrad seen on video being punched at least twice as cambridge police tried to subdue him ronald sullivan and delilah mona or ramana say neither they nor their twenty one year old client plan to speak publicly about the case police commissioner brand bard is defended his officers actions cambridge mayor mark mcgovern and harvard president drew faust calls the encounter disturbing outgoing house speaker paul ryan does not back a bill to protect special counsel robert muller from being fired by president trump in capital briefing ryan calls the bill on necessary he says he doesn't think the president will try to fire muller because it's not in the president's interest to do so stormy daniels says she's done being bullied the porn star who claimed she had a sexual tryst with the president has released a composite sketch of a man who she says warned her not to talk about what happened meantime federal judge rejected a request from the president and his personal attorney michael cohen to keep the feds from reading files seized last week wbz news time coming up to three forty two we have traffic and weather together and a lot more news coming up with jeff brown we also have tom cuddy right now in the ace hticket dot com sports studio red sox and celtics working tonight celtics milwaukee bucks.

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Florida school shooting hero blames sheriff

Vacation with The Griswolds

01:25 min | 3 years ago

Florida school shooting hero blames sheriff

"Ninety one fifteen year old anthony borjas gravely wounded while shaving his classmates lives by blocking adore during the florida school massacre said yesterday that the county sheriff can school superintendent failed the victims but at arresting the shooter before the attack and by allowing him to attend the school attorney alex radio read the team statement i know i've been called iron man while i'm hundred to be called this i am not a fifteen year old that was shot five times while broward sheriff's deputies waited outside and decided that they were going to come fourteenth mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland killed fourteen students in three staff members if three's a crowd what are for a utah mother says the blessing jamie scott gave birth to quintuplets last month gaming her husband skyler already had two children and had been trying for five years to have another one so they got help from a fertility specialist so blessed when i look at each of their little faces in each of their of their little souls i can feel and it's it's quite a beautiful feeling the whole miracle of life the three girls and two boys are all healthy in the democratic weekly address congressman john lewis runup slain civil rights leader martin luther king junior saying if alive today he'd asked us to speak out about injustice in the past fifty years as a nation and as a people we have made progress but their new forces trying to take us back trying to turn back the clock trying to take us to adopt a time wednesday.

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Florida school shooting hero blames sheriff, superintendent

Business Rockstars

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Florida school shooting hero blames sheriff, superintendent

"Eight six six five zero nine t e r m even though the president said he wants to involve the military with guarding the us border some lawmakers in congress review and it shouldn't be part of their job description but brigadiergeneral tracie morris has the deployment of texas national guard troops along the border with mexico is nothing new the texas national guard has operated along the texas mexico border for decades and support a state and federal agencies the texas national guard is a force that is ready and trained with first hand knowledge of this mission the operating area in a long standing relationship with federal state and local law enforcement to new mexico and california have also been asked to take similar action to texas in arizona fifteen year old anthony borjas gravely wounded while saving his classmates lives by blocking adore during the florida school massacre said yesterday the county sheriff when school superintendent failed the victims by not arresting shooter before the attack and by allowing him to attend the school attorney alex read the teen statement i know recalled ironman while i'm hundred to be called this i am not i am fifteen year old that was shot five times while broward sheriff's deputies waited outside and decided that they weren't going to come in the building the february fourteenth mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland killed fourteen students three staff members oklahoma teachers planned to continue massive demonstrations at the state capital to keep the pressure on lawmakers.

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Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

"Seventy nine percent of last year's mass casualty attacks came with warning signs that were either missed or ignored here's a possible one that got noticed tom tom now for the index and fiery rescue in aurora illinois dash cam video showing good samaritans pulling driver from a burning car police arriving to see jose martinez and devon johnson dragging him away from the flames the driver treated for burns and other injuries authorities say he was charged with the u y after crashing into a concrete support and new developments in the mysterious crash killing family of eight inch westport california fleas believe jennifer hart was seen on surveillance buying groceries and fort bragg hours before driving off a cliff authorities suggests the crash was intentional heart killing herself a wife and their six adopted children police searching for three children still missing and presumed dead an america strong tonight the last shooting victim from stoneman douglas high school has been released from the hospital fifteenyearolds anthony borjas were shot five times protecting classmates during the rampage in cartland florida nearly two months ago his attorney says anthony is back with his family finally tonight the last speech delivered by dr martin luther king junior keeping the night before he died famously proclaiming i've been to the mountain tops fifty years later his words echoing across america and still ringing in the ears of those who i heard him the night before his assassination a powerful prophecy my fee the promised land.

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"borjas" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"I was excited no one's bridge where your jersey yes i do no no just family outing with another couple and i'm telling you paul george getting every shot there was an electric vibe in the in the in the arena there people were chanting for paul george nobody can hear it basically recruiting new was that they don't me whereas all was if they get paul george and don't get lebrun i don't think lakers fans are gonna be crestfallen because it would you keep talking about lebron the drama king george wants to be here he's not going to like ruffle feathers in the year he wants to be here and they call georges thumbnail i welcome back sample last call let's move to boston and the boston hero which was forced to take down a report claiming tom brady would hold out to get a bigger contract than jimmy g after allegations surfaced that there reporter got catfish by a prankster pretending to be brady's agent mcintyre i am a journalist you're the veteran journalist for you pretend to be addressed the block without this is mindblowing than me i don't know how ron borjas who have known for a long time i don't know how he i do know high makes this mistake it's your fall oh yes so let us the bloggers fears for you guys have rigged eliminated journalistic standard how one source that's all you got me on eu soil gallagher here defenders now there's no need to listen first of all let me say the boston media market is ruthless okay anything goes there we know in radio television it is you know every man for themselves basically in boston and what happened here's unfortunate to the guy i got to say first of all to throw frank for ron well let me explain the pranksters obviously you know some kind of low life who spends his time texting reporters now obviously ron bore just is at fault wedlock clearly there's there's you think that's cool school to just prank guy he's a lie here flowers number he's been doing for like multiple weeks just like acting like he's the agent for tom brady to i think it's a little pathetic.

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"borjas" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"A lot of really great interviews that i'm so proud of i could easily have posted clips from all the different survivors that i talk to like for instance that him klein interview that idea right in the beginning of 2017 easily could have been in here i use that in the two thousand episode special i ended up just going four the comedy here so that's what you're going to here as we go through the year of 2017 i'm going to try to come in and out of the clips with some of these sounds associated with these shows in particular so i'm going to go into the archives for that as well this was a year aware survivor ended up starting really late in the year i think that survivor didn't end up starting until march eight when we got into game changers but because survivor wasn't sorry until later cbs was trying out a new reality show and that show was called hunted which i covered with tabulate her kurt clark and the great leon up boris and a we did our weekly recap of haunted we had a lot of fun we had a lotta requests for different moments from hunted a lot of people ask for the mary scott valentine clip i believe i played that in the r e j p to k so this is going to be a different moment from hunted that you're about to here this comes to us from the second episode overall of hunted weyrich hunted premiered on a sunday night and there was another episode then right after that on the wednesday anything that wednesday epson might have been two hours broke the course that to our episode we realize oh no we love this show of the first episode was kind of a train wreck but the second episode there was a lot of crazy stuff that was going on and then this clip you're gonna hear about a particular injury that someone who was suffering from on the run from the hunters i'm gonna leave the credit to paul borjas.

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"borjas" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"borjas" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Better movie character james bond or jason borne this is going to be a unpopular take as can be one the saints were gonna put on twitter people are going to get mad because they're not gonna have this context the james bond movies were better there's no doubt about it up your arctic rebound away so in terms of character itself jason forms of better character is more interesting he is a more interesting backstory whereas i don't even think jays at me sky fall kinda gave james oughta backstory a little bit but jason borjas has more motivation to do what he does and he just more interesting so i think as a character i go jason borne people are gonna get mad because they're going to think i think the jason four movies are better i don't i liked the j james bond movies but i i go with the the matt damon jays jason born every time here i agree and you know what i just hear that song flying extreme waves by moby so good moby was the original majid dragons to be really fight early step play all mary song was in a commercial in the imagine dragons are doing the same thing in 2017 all their songs earned commercials but extreme ways is phenomenal i sometimes i played out when i met the gem just to get myself amped up and in a little happy the end of the podcast song today will you jason bore movie uses a different innovation of extreme ways to which is kinda cool i don't think there it's all i don't think it's the same version every time i think there's like remixes pass the first one yet born is a bad ask character one of the most bad.

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