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"doctor doyle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And I said what do you mean Where am I I'm going to the cleaners And they said there's a shooting at cops I'm going to tell you I was in disbelief Doctor Doyle what can we begin to understand what this last week has been like for you And other people in these side of buffalo Our community has been under a great cloud of sadness and pain for this entire week These were grandmothers fathers and mothers missionaries Community volunteers and supporters of our beloved supermarkets The only supermarket on the east side of buffalo You know yesterday I got to share this short story so I'm going to take me a minute to share Please Yes I was going to make some spaghetti And so as I was getting prepared to make the spaghetti I said oh I got to run the tops and get some meatballs because I always love turkey meatballs I got to go to cut myself I said okay I have to go I can't go to the top And it should be a simple thing of getting ready to prepare some dinner And I just kind of imagine so many people just in a second say I can't go there It's going to take a long time For us to get over this Take a long time I think a lot of Americans are wondering what do we do about this stain of racism Yes In America You know I'm an educator I want to put this in the atmosphere Please I'm going to ask our good white friends Cross America the sit down at the dinner table And have a talk with your family You know black people we call it a talk We have that talk with our children And we talk about racism We tell them what they're going to face We tell them you know you're somebody's going to call you the end word I'm asking white America Talk to your family Talk to your children And they're not going to be easy conversations They're going to be tough Because you know what We don't know each other We don't know each other in this country How do you hope the world buffalo Will be better for your great grandchildren You know what I'm real concerned about what's going on in this country But it's going to take all of us This can't just be an evil or just a few people on the east side of buffalo It's going to take people living all over in the suburbs and everywhere else Come together And say we will not tolerate this racism and killing and mowing down innocent people like they are animals we will not tolerate this Eva Doyle his story and in longtime columnist at the criterion newspaper in Buffalo thank you so much for speaking with us I really appreciate it very much and whenever I get a chance to talk to people and let them know yes we're upset We're crying We have paid but we're going to be all right.

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"You I'm fine thanks and a historic moment for women's soccer in the U.S. the union's representing both national teams men and women announced new collective bargaining agreement that will have the team split the bonus money they get from the World Cup in equal parts What does this represent It represents victory and a lot of fighting This is a conversation This is a battle These are lawsuits Litigation that's been going on for a really long time And let's not forget that this is a part of a continuum that years ago not even just a few years ago you and I were having this conversation about the women's national hockey team and how they were going to boycott the nationals because of equal pay issues And so you've got this and you've got soccer and you've got the tennis and all of it has been happening all of this for the last 30 40 50 years And so for the greatest soccer team in the country which is that women's national team to get this gigantic And another example that nothing happens without struggle nothing happens without fighting you have to stay in people's faces And that's what the women did and they won Let me ask about Wimbledon Which is banned Russian and Belarusian players from competing this year because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine Now both men's and women's Players Association say that they will not award ranking points for anybody who wins Does that make winning Wimbledon less appealing Well the prestige of being there is still there obviously the competition is going to still be there But once again Scott this is another continuum of what we've been talking about for the past year or so And more about there's no escape from the prominence of sports and how it collides with the geopolitics We were having this conversation with Peng Shui in tennis and the Olympics We were having this conversation with Brittany griner we're having this conversation now with the war and Ukraine And so the idea that sports is somehow going to be separate from this there really is a blending And the players are going to have to figure out what they want to do with this because they are not escaping They're not separate from it but at the same time it doesn't feel like a fair situation but none of this is fair Playoff time in America Golden State came from 19 points behind last night to defeat the Mavericks No sil for the Mavs The impossible for Dallas to come back They're down to no not at all You got two games coming in into Dallas You've got one one over in Boston and Miami This is the playoffs have been fantastic and to think that I went to bed last night thinking well not your night warriors but of course they've got Steph Curry And it's happening across the board These playoffs have been fantastic And Matt doesn't and that includes the pucks over there as well That includes hockey with Connor McDavid and Edmonton and Tampa Bay looks like they could three peat It's all just it's a great time to watch And the great roger angel has left us at the age of 101 we read some of his words earlier in the show I wonder what you're thinking I'm thinking he's a giant and I'm thinking he's one of the reasons why I do what I do And the joy that he gave all of us to write yet or under roger angel was born in 1920 He was at Yankee Stadium He saw Babe Ruth play He saw William Mays play and Rickey Henderson and Mike Trout and shoyu Tony and everybody in between and once again these are the people that keep us doing the things that we do He was amazing Howard Brian thanks so much Thank you The top grocery store on buffalo's east side is as much a community center as a place to buy milk and bread so when Eva Doyle wanted to promote her new book in February she set up a table in front of that store to autograph copies Was a collection of columns she written for the criterion one of the city's black run newspapers Of course just a week ago at that same store a white man killed ten black people Even Doyle columnist Dorian and retired public school teacher joined from buffalo doctor Doyle thanks so much for making time for us Yes and thank you sir Can I get you to talk about Catherine Massey who died in the attack She was a friend of yours The way I describe her is she was a fellow writer Very well known in our community for speaking out and writing some very prolific articles dealing with a lot of the issues that we face here especially on the east side of buffalo which is mostly in African American community As a matter of fact the last time I saw her we were both on our way to an anti violence rally which was actually being held on Jefferson avenue not far from tops And people knew her They knew her voice She was a powerful voice in this community I gather you were almost at tops a week ago Yes I was a regular shopper at top supermarket And fast Saturday when the shooting happened I would have been walking out of tops with a basket full of groceries and going to my car just about the time this shooter started shooting But I made a decision I said well I won't go to top today I'll go to the cleaners And my grandchildren they were calling and they were shouting and they were screaming.

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:15 min | 7 months ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Fine thanks and historic moment for women's soccer in the U.S. the union's representing both national teams men and women announced new collective bargaining agreement that will have the team split the bonus money they get from the World Cup in equal parts What does this represent It represents victory in a lot of fighting This is a conversation This is a battle These are lawsuits Litigation that's been going on for a really long time And let's not forget that this is a part of a continuum that years ago not even just a few years ago you and I were having this conversation about the women's national hockey team and how they were going to boycott the nationals because of equal pay issues And so you've got this and you've got soccer and you've got the tennis and all of it has been happening all of this for the last 30 40 50 years And so for the greatest soccer team in the country which is the women's national team to get this gigantic And another example that nothing happens without struggle nothing happens without fighting you have to stay in people's faces And that's what the women did and they won Let me ask about Wimbledon Which is banned Russian and Belarusian players from competing this year because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine Now both men's and women's Players Association say that they will not award ranking points for anybody who wins Does that make winning Wimbledon less appealing Well the prestige of being there is still there obviously the competition is going to still be there But once again Scott this is another continuum of what we've been talking about for the past year or so And more about there's no escape from the prominence of sports and how it collides with the geopolitics We were having this conversation with Peng Shui in tennis and the Olympics We were having this conversation with Brittany griner We're having this conversation now with the war and Ukraine And so the idea that sports is somehow going to be separate from this there really is a blending And the players are going to have to figure out what they want to do with this because they are not escaping They're not separate from it but at the same time it doesn't feel like a fair situation but none of this is fair Playoff time in America Golden State came from 19 points behind last night to defeat the Mavericks No sil for the mans The impossible for Dallas to come back They're down to no not at all You got two games coming in into Dallas you've got one one over in Boston and Miami This is the playoffs have been fantastic and to think that I went to bed last night thinking well not your night warriors but of course they've got Steph Curry And it's happening across the board These playoffs have been fantastic And Matt doesn't and that includes the pucks over there as well that includes hockey with Connor McDavid and Edmonton and Tampa Bay looks like they could three peat It's all just it's a great time to watch And the great roger angel has left us at the age of 101 we read some of his words earlier in the show wonder what you're thinking I'm thinking he's a giant and I'm thinking he's one of the reasons why I do what I do and the joy that he gave all of us to write yet or roger angel was born in 1920 He was at Yankee Stadium He saw Babe Ruth play He saw Willie Mays play and Rickey Henderson and Mike Trout and shoyu tani and everybody in between and once again these are the people that keep us doing the things that we do He was amazing Howard Brian thanks so much Thank you The top grocery store on buffalo Z side is as much a community center as a place to buy milk and bread so when Eva Doyle wanted to promote her new book in February she set up a table in front of that store to autograph copies Was a collection of columns she written for the criterion one of the city's black run newspapers Of course just a week ago at that same store a white man killed ten black people Even Doyle columnist Dorian and retired public school teacher joined from buffalo doctor Doyle thanks so much for making time for us Yes and thank you sir Can I get you to talk about Catherine Massey who died in the attack She was a friend of yours The way I describe her is she was a fellow writer Very well known in our community for speaking out and writing some very prolific articles dealing with a lot of the issues that we face here especially on the east side of buffalo which is mostly in African American community As a matter of fact the last time I saw her we were both on our way to an anti violence rally which actually being held on Jefferson avenue not far from tops And people knew her They knew her voice She was a powerful voice in this community I gather you were almost at tops a week ago Yes I was a regular shopper at top supermarket And fast Saturday when the shooting happened I would have been walking out of tops with a basket full of groceries and going to my car just about the time this shooter started shooting But I made a decision I said well I won't go to tops a day I'll go to the cleaners And my grandchildren they were calling and they were shouting and they were screaming Where are you And I said what do you mean Where am I I'm going to the cleaners and they said there's a shooting at cops I'm going to tell you I was in disbelief Doctor Doyle what can we begin to understand what this what this last week has been like for you And other people in these side of buffalo Our community has been under a great cloud of sadness and pain for this entire week These were grandmothers fathers and mothers missionaries community volunteers and supporters of our beloved supermarkets The only supermarket on the east side of buffalo You know yesterday I got to share this short story feeling going to take me a minute to share Please Yes I was going to make some spaghetti And so as I was getting prepared to make the spaghetti I said oh I got to run the tops and get some meatballs because I always love turkey meatballs I got to go to cut myself I said I can't go I can't go to the tops.

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Is a religious exemption. He's talking, oh, he did. No, excuse me, you're watching. Read the article, go into it. Obviously. Doctor Zucker, you're wrong. Broke broglio said, service members are requesting a religious exemption through the religious freedom restoration act. I love you. You're a 100% wrong on this mark. You're trying to cling to this. This is so counterproductive. The gentleman himself is talking about a conscience exception. It's a country. He's referring to members of the military who requested a religious exemption through the religious freedom restoration act. He's asking and he's asking the military to expand that definition. To include to include individual conscience. Again, just for the last time, I can't waste time educating you. That Catholicism teaches against the vaccine. That would be a religious exception. And Pope Francis himself has urged people to get vaccinated against COVID. Your listeners know I gave my best shot. You're dead wrong on this. It's a religious exemption. It's religious grounds. In fact, the headline. Military archbishop says Catholic troops can refuse COVID vaccine on religious grounds. It's a religious exemption Mark and you can't go. What is there a religious exemption jury somewhere that gets to determine whether because your argument is, people are faking it, right? That's what you're saying. You're saying you're attempting to it, they're attempting to invoke a religious objection when what they have is a conscience objection, which is, which is a different thing. It's a distinction without a difference. You're making the distinction to try to justify your point. That's right. Let's move on. Let me give you a new you're going to love. Because we're going to spend an hour we hope. I'm trying to talk him into doing the whole hour. He's out of Irving. The New York Post front page yesterday, and it's so powerful how Mark Zuckerberg and his wife poured hundreds of millions of dollars through their nonpartisan nonprofits into swing states and counties for the November 2020 election, mark its chilling. You're going to want to hear this doctor William Doyle is principal researcher at Caesar Rodney election research institute. Guess where that is? Irving, Texas. Doctor Doyle is going to be on with us today in the 11 o'clock hour and Mark. You can not miss this. What they did was so brilliant. Evil, but brilliant. They targeted swing counties and swing states. They poured hundreds of millions of dollars into work getting workers on the rolls of the election. In these communities, the COVID rules that changed, they targeted and in those areas that Trump won in 2016. They flipped just a handful of counties and states, and it's chilling when you go county by county. You see that Zuckerberg's hundreds of millions made the difference. In a sentence or two, what did he do? What nefarious thing did he what did you do with the Zuckerberg operation? That is so sinister. What's the sinister is the election, doctor Doyle's conclusion is, they'll actually wasn't stolen. It was bought and paid for. It was absolutely people by people doing what? By this organization, during the 2020 election, Zuckerberg and his wife spent hundreds of millions of dollars to turn out likely Democrat voters, but it wasn't traditional political spending. They funded a targeted private takeover of government election operations by the supposed to be nonpartisan, but demonstrably ideological nonprofits. Analysis conducted by doctor Doyle's team demonstrates that the money significantly increased Biden's vote margin in key swing states in places like Georgia where Biden won by 12,000 votes, Arizona, where he won by 10,000, the spending put him likely the spending put him over the top, and they go through this study of showing that in counties that Trump won, where they didn't put the money in Mark. The margins were unchanged from 2016. They were the same as 2016, where they poured the money. I'm not saying it's illegal. And that's why I was asking. But it's immoral. It's unethical. These are nonpartisan nonprofit entities. What they did mark is they out hustled the Republicans. They just outplayed us. They outplayed us and they targeted and it's believe me. It's brilliant because as the study confirms and how the analysis they swung the electorate. With dollars with mighty bucks, you got rod Johnson who wants an investigation still over this? This is what people mean. And you could say, well, the election was stolen. I would argue that if you're funneling, that's not the way elections are supposed to be run. The line I'm trying to draw is what if it was legal, there's genius to it. If it was legal, then what is our gripe? If there was something that was illegal, because my concern is over laws that were ditched, laws that were broken, and I will contend that the day that I die that the 2020 election result was tainted. Do I know for a fact that Trump factually won? I don't. But do I know that I can rely on the Biden victory? I don't, and that's not good enough. It's the whole basis, and your listeners and you can come to your own conclusions after you hear. I can't wait. It's also the basis of Molly Hemingway's new book rigged. And she said, how the election was won 400 and it was up to $47 per voter for Democrats to undo the Hillary flop. I mean, you've got to sort of break it down. And by the way, you're right. It brilliant's the word I would use. I would use the term evil brilliance. It's evil because and it's Stacey Abrams, it's her election machine. Okay, here's my test. If we had done it, would that be evil? Well, we didn't do it. And if we had done it, or if we were to emulate it, exactly. In 2020. Fair enough. By 2024. And president desantis have we done wrong? Fair enough, but if we controlled Facebook and we were banning liberals from the platform..

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is the Mike Gallagher show. It hurts when you get poorer. And many people are getting poor. But strangely, the administration has refused to acknowledge this. If anything, they're celebrating. Inflation at a 13 year high. Prices for beef and bacon, gas all up double digits. This whole lie that this is a high class problem is just one more aspect of the way that this White House is trying very unsuccessfully to gaslight the country into believing things that just aren't true. No. From the relief factor dot com studio. Here's Mike Gallagher. There has been a great deal of contention over the November 2020 election, just like there was, I guess over the November 2016 election, I remember Democrats like Hillary Clinton herself and Nancy Pelosi and others saying the Russians hijacked the election. Many people said didn't accept the outcome of the election. I suppose to some degree that's always going to happen. But 2020 for millions and millions of Americans was different. COVID rules changed the game in a lot of communities. And there was a front page of the New York Post this week that was so profound, big picture of Mark Zuckerberg, zucks bucks. How Facebook boss gave $419 million to get Biden elected. And the article focused on the research done at Caesar Rodney election research institute out of Irving, Texas, a doctor William Doyle is principal researcher, and that his article sharing the findings of their study was published in the New York Post. It's a huge deal, and we're going to spend the entire hour. We don't often do this. This is a very unusual thing for us, but I want to spend a lot of time with the guy who is the principal researcher and wrote this article that just fascinated me about Facebook and how Facebook actually Facebook's owner and his wife poured hundreds of millions of dollars into communities that Joe Biden really needed. Doctor William Doyle, welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. I appreciate you joining us. Thank you very much for having me, Mike. My pleasure. You know, I know we want to I don't want to drag you into the political wars that are going on and president Trump is maintaining that the election wasn't legit and everything and there's a lot of anger. There's a lot of frustration. I want to get into the nuts and bolts of what you're study found and I poured through these articles. I think it's a lot of it is the basis of Molly Hemingway's new book, but can you share with us an overview of how Mark Zuckerberg and his wife directed literally hundreds of millions. I think $419 million into communities into areas that Biden really needed and how that plays out. Try to break it down for us in layman's terms for a moment if you will. Okay, let me give it a shot. Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donated out of their own personal resources, not through that they have a private foundation that they normally would do something like this through, but they went through they use their own private resources. And they funneled those resources into a little sleepy Chicago based nonprofit called the center for technology and civic life. Before 2019, their budget was about $1.8 million a year. And they seem to be engaged in pretty neutral in a tech related election issues. But then in 2020, they experienced this giant inflow of money from Mark Zuckerberg from its personal resources. How giant. It ended up totaling $350 million through that one organization. That $419.5 million figure includes another organization that they invested a lot in called the center for election innovation and research or CEI are. But our main focus is on CTCL because it was up $350 million gift or donation or whatever you want to call it to CTCL that had the most significant impact according to our research on the election results. But the thing is that this money was poured poured into CTCL and then they launched this thing called the safe elections project, which was ostensibly related to COVID safety issues in the conduct of elections. And they invited various municipalities and counties to apply for these grants. And the grand applications had to they had to include things that had not already been approved through the normal election budgeting process. And you got to understand that all these states municipalities have received huge grants from the federal government under the cares act and state and local matching funds to help with COVID related issues. According to our calculations, the CTCL spending and CEI are spending increased total federal state and local COVID related election expenses by 85% just to give you an idea of the magnitude of this unprecedented inflow of money into the election process. Now, the thing that the thing that has frustrated us and trying to get this message out is that this had nothing to do with conventional campaign finance, like a donation to the DNC to blank the airwaves with no pro Democrat party message. This was money that was funneled through this little 5 O one, which is supposed to be non partisan organization directly into the election process. It's as if it's as if the DNC was somehow able to insinuate itself into local election offices. And kind of take over the running of the on the ground realities of the election from within these local election offices that even though a lot of the people that work there are have their own partisan leanings and whatnot. The vast majority of them are serious professionals who try and do the best job they can. But the activists who came along with CTCL money were not so objectively inclined. To say the least. Yeah, yeah. So this money, it financed the way I put it. It financed the creation of a shadow election system that existed side by side with the normal election system in some very key areas. It was very strategically targeted. And amounted to one of the most incredible get out the vote efforts for a presidential candidate that anybody has ever witnessed. And you say, and you say in key areas, for example, places like Georgia, Georgia and Arizona have been two of the most contentious states of the November 2020 election in Georgia, Biden won by 12,000 votes, Arizona, he won by 10,000 and your study suggests that the spending from Mark Zuckerberg and his wife likely put Biden over the top. I want to hang on, we got so much to do and you've been so kind to agree to do the hour with us. I know you're a busy man, and I'm grateful that our listeners are I guarantee you are hanging on to your every word and you want to hear more about the study as we continue with doctor William Doyle principal researcher at Cesar Rodney election research institute out of Irving Texas will continue with him and with you. If you want to join us, you can text us if you have questions for doctor Doyle, text me your comments..

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Support group now with the hot weather. There's so many of us flocking to beaches auto for clark and one thing that we've really noticed over the last while the amount of jellyfish that seems to be washing up on the shores and in and around the tight and joining me now with line doctor tom doyle. Good morning doctor doyle. Good morning m. y. Are we seeing so many jellyfish coming up to the shore at this time of the year. And this is this is the benefit season. It's something we see every year just like you know you see flowers bloom. Certain times of the year. It's the same which any fish they have. Particular year when when they reappear in inner coastal waters. And it's part of their life cycle. Basically why are they into breed or the coming in to die your wash. 'em it th. That's a good question but likely what we're seeing is say that the moon jellyfish or the common jellyfish to one everybody would recognize this is the transparent one that has four pink rings tennis and the don't really staying and they're the most abundant jeddah fish that we do have in our waters and They have more of a causal distribution. So that's it's not that they're coming in from somewhere coming in from the ocean or anything like that they always live in our coastal saying they have they have a bent stage or a stage part of their life cycle that live on the sea floor. And that's really coastal and And so in january february the baby jellyfish released into our coastal seas. But they're only there less than a millimeter in diameter. so we don't see them so actually these jellyfish that we see now. They're in our waters all year round. But we don't see them there as sony in june july that the really big invisible and and we see these. Large groups are blooms jellyfish. That we d- People are talking about there along the signs. Are they consisting people. Yes they can because the thing about jelly all jellyfish sting on the moon jellyfish college. We'd all be familiar with..

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"The payment is as much as you make man well yet. it is and And i i. I checked it out so if i did not have renters would and i'm already I if i did not have renters i would be paying It'd be breaking about. Even but because i have renters on i'm also paying for college on on top of that about it's about more company when you go to refinance will not qualify based on renters. They will not use use you renting out the bedroom as a way to pay your bill. When your payment is equal to your income. I would sell the house to take equity pay for college. Yeah you need to sell the house and go rent something really cheap yourself and finish up college and get your income up and then talk about buying later and be a hard conversation because your parents probably give you some other dadgum minds. Yeah to put you in this mess to start with to have assisted you to get into this trap. I mean dude. If your roommate's don't pay one month you don't even eat if you pay your house. Payment this is. This is cray cray these. This mathematics math on this is nuts. So yeah you you have really stepped deep into a hole and even for them to have to get off a cosign so that they can buy a second house and build it versus. They're playing a shell game to me how they're sounds like they're in a mess themselves. But that's a that's another story for you. You're twenty five years old. You're going to college. You're making thirty five thousand thirty nine thousand dollars a year. You know sell the house. Get the equity pay for college cash and go. Make sure you're debt free. Stay debt free. Do everything you can to get your income up the studying something in college. That causes your income income to go up Don't don't study some left-handed puppetry degree. Then when you have a you have kids you can buy them a house outright not just go signed for them good grief man later on but yeah mom dad love you. Thank you know because you can't refinance even if you want to know mortgage company is going to give you this long and they shouldn't because you can't pay it. Tanya is with us in amarillo texas. Hey tanya how're you. He do. Doctor doyle ni. How are you fucking. We help good My family is facing a big move. The good move. But it's a little bit scary We're moving to our to my husband's family farm to Start taking over. That's his parents higher It's across states. We currently live in texas and oklahoma Recently paid off all debts. And we'll be selling house. It's my A good amount of equity so my question really is. How can i go about doing a good job of estimating but our expenses might be as we step into number three and then secondly kind of jumbled all the baby steps by paying off the mortgage and and they've in they've to in our three kids in college and so just That's the very primary question is a good way to estimate expenses. When you just don't know i know cost of goods will be decreased but taxes will be quite different income and retail and grocery. So i don't know that i'll take oklahoma's different from texas Well i've ordered gercy with you times for my husband while he's there and it's the groceries tax is going to be i. I'm afraid that's gonna creep up on us no you. It's not that much different. I think whatever your household expenses are now is probably a good place to start for estimating your household expenses there Plus or minus. Whatever you're going to change with the move. But in terms of oklahoma cost of living versus texas cost of living. Nah unless you're moving from like a major metro area in dall- dallas or houston or something and you're moving to a rural area and oklahoma might go down some but food cost is not going to be appreciably. Different utility costs are not going to be appreciably different Really no other. There's nothing that's going to be substantially different the real estate.

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"doctor doyle" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"doctor doyle" Discussed on Cardionerds

"And obviously english was not his first language. So he's really shown just amazing aptitude and accomplishments in cardiovascular madison. I still remember vividly arisen and in the va senior resident. Kinda questioning me on rounds. One day about how much. I knew about eugene. Brun mauled telling me that. He had a hundred publications by age thirty. Dr brian watt was the chief of medicine university of california san diego probably around the time that with him in one thousand nine hundred eighty four so he left the nih after thirteen years and he said that he made a change because he wanted to break barriers between preclinical science and clinical medicine so he spent his time in ucsd brand new medical school so he was the inaugural chairman madison. There and then most of you probably know he. He moved onto boston news. Gablers timmy. trials research network after twenty eight years as chairman emeritus. He step down and now he i think continues to devote the majority of his time to research. I'd like to pass on a couple of little pearls that i thought these are quotes from dr. Brian wall did i think are really really important. So he said and less. You have insatiable curiosity about which you're studying and the willingness to work hard to answer questions you have posed. I think it's unlikely you will ever be successful. So that's basically if a chapter from the book on stick to it of nece and never ever give up any also said you should conduct research for research sake not for the game's not because you will get promoted or you'll be famous or you'll earn more money. Those things will come. If you're successful. So i think to wrap up doctor doyle. Everyone needs a mentor irrespective of your stage in life. And dr brian waltham probably say has become a friend and mentor to me. I seek out for advice. And i can't tell you how privileged i am that. He asked me to write a chapter for the twelfth tradition. So i just completed the chapter on cardiac transplantation for that book. So that's of course a great honor. And i think is your listeners will see he has this uncanny ability. When you're around him to distill the essence of every question discussion in manuscript provides all in his presence. A wonderful opportunity to learn. He just can always find the essential question to ask so. I'm very thankful to refrain. Ended this amazing what. I'll call genius of cardiology. And through this friendship to be able to make his introduction to cardio nerds so. I truly look forward to listening to your dialogue with professor eugene brown malt my fellow carts it is a distinct honor to welcome all of you to this landmark discussion with the father of modern cardiology. Doctor eugene grunwald. All of us have no words to describe the privilege. Feel at this moment in thomas. Pleased biography about dr brown walled. Which all of you to read. He writes doctor brung often and said that he was lucky to be in the right place at the right time with the right people and fuss luck enabled him to make contributions to the advancement of medicine. But as thomas lee notes dr brawl was repeatedly in the right place at the right time with the right people. Dr ronald story. Compliments in legacy are deeply intertwined with the history of modern medicine. And we're so lucky to hear those stories today to today. Be in the right place at the right time with the right person now. Over nearly seven decades dr brawled has led the transformation of medicine launched thousands of careers and saved countless lives with his research and clinical care. Today we cardio nerds are deeply honored and thrilled to be joined by doctor. Eugene brennwald dr brown wall thank you so much for joining us today taking us through pivotal moments in your storied career and all of us would like to welcome you to the cardio nerds. Thank you thank you for the night. Shift reduction pleasure to be here with you brian. To you completed your internship at mount sinai hospital in new york city as you were going through your intern year. The united states had instituted the doctor draft to build up its physician core. Doctors could be drafted at anytime interrupting training and leaving gaps in the hospital's on call schedule at mount sinai. The chief of medical services decided he would not accept any residents who had not completed their military service. This proved to be a pivotal moment. Can you tell us how this moment jump. Start your research career and how it eventually led you to a position at the. Nih wrote the story. My father used to say what is superficially bad may not be bad and what superficially good may not be good. This is one of those examples. And he and i talked about it a lot so i had been married to a classmate a year before around the time of graduated from medical school and first wife. She's been deceased for twenty five. Years was the first female surgical resident in the history of bellevue hospital. And what she didn't want and i supported her in. That was to be a trailing spouse. That if i were doctors did military service. The korean war was just coming to a close People to either to alaska or to certain lots of germany or maybe soul and there was nothing for her there and the so. I certainly didn't want to list of so. I had to find a job. I was quite upset that they didn't want to take a chance on me starting my residency after the internship. But so be it. And i take an elective in my fourth year at nyu medical school of bellevue hospital in the cardiac catheterization laboratory by cardiac catheterization. We're talking about now we're talking about nineteen fifty one. Fifty two was a very far advanced research. Procedure was not a diagnostic test yet. So this was called basic research at the time so an it. It's three months experience. In the cath. Lab doesn't cats. But i knew pressured rations. Were new outta zero manama and so i went to see if i could get a fellowship. I use the experience that i had for three months as a medical student and they were anxious to have me and so i got a fellowship on salary of two thousand dollars a year which was quite substantial at the time and it was a terrific year there was no structured fellowship program. So i would work. In the cath lab in the mornings at learn how to do procedures. And then i went to the bihar station and now consults and i worked with the electric art graffiti and i ended.

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