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"doris" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And I think it's the finals. Maybe in round one, two, and three, you can get past, you can get over with that, but not against this Golden State warrior team who is so dangerous in transition, these half court defenses are so good. Both of these teams are well below their offensive rating in the half court in the regular season in the early rounds because that's how high level this is and all of those momentary mistakes because of your frustration. It's absolutely putting you at a deficit. And Andrew Wiggins has come to the fore certainly in games four and 5, a combined stat line of 43 points and 29 rebounds. He has been all that plus the biscuit that the Timberwolves thought he could be when they drafted him first overall in 2014 out of Kansas. Where do you think this is coming from? Doris. Yeah, I have to be honest with you. It gives me great joy and I'm going to tell you unequivocally that when he was in Minnesota, I could be critical of him. You know, you get captivated by this guy's physical tools athletically, but then the basketball skill set as well. The shot making the tough twos that are always so critical in these environments. Listen, he's the one guy who can go and get his own when the beautiful game or Steph's pick and roll is not working. And there were moments where I thought the weight of a couple of his shots were truly extraordinary and I thought took some of the wind out of the sales of Boston. And it's great, right? I go back to when he arrived and Minnesota, I think he was 19 years old, rich. I'm not a 100% sure. And some of the criticism was warranted. We questioned whether he cared deeply about the game, how passionate was his competitive heart. But boy oh boy, isn't it like wonderful to see someone who had come through so much perform on this stage and live up to all the physical gifts he has. And listen, we talk about Boston's defense. Gary Payton the second and Andrew Wiggins and draymond green are influencing their ability to win games with what they're doing defensively. To see Andrew Wiggins get down in the stance and contest and contain and pressure Jayson Tatum into some of these turnovers. This is something else to watch. Doris Burke joining us from Boston, Massachusetts, where she and the rest of the ESPN radio crew will be calling game 6 for those of us who need to listen to it, want to listen to it on ESPN radio joining me here on the rich eisen show. All right, so let's talk about game 6 and what to expect. I guess it's been 234 games since we've seen Steph react to not making a three. So it's been a while. I don't know if we have a frame of reference on how he might show up to game 6. We know clay better bring his ear muffs because the F bombs might be coming from every seat in TD garden on Thursday night. What do you expecting Doris in this one? Yeah, well, just so you know, rich. I have tried to predict every game. And I've been wrong every single time. So what's your level of expectation? How about that? We'll soften the prediction business here for you. Listen, yeah. So the one thing about the Celtics is we have to remember they were 20 and 21. They were really hard to watch. They hadn't figured anything out. And for them to have overcome that level of adversity for them to win a road game against a Miami team that gives no quarter to win in 7 against Yanis de Campo and all the pressure he can put on you. I expect a great response. I expect a nasty environment, and I would say, if you're going to make me pick. No, no, no. No, you don't have to pick. I'm just saying, what do you think the adjustment? Well, you know the adjustments of each coach is going to try and make and certainly what they've been trying to do over the last 5 games and how you think game 6 might be just an extension of that. The organism that is the NBA Finals. Yeah, I mean, I think for the boss. And I'm going to pick the Boston filters just because why not go out on a limb? Sure about being wrong. Okay. I do expect Jason Tatum to sustain the level that he performed at in terms of the scoring. Because I just think he's that good. And I think they'll do a better job of sort of continuing to be patient and move the bash ball. I'm not saying they're not going to turn it over. It is who the Celtics are. They're going to turn it over some. But I do think that they're going to be a little bit more consistent play with a level of offensive force. Get the pieces moving. At their best, the Boston Celtics are a multi drive in kick keep moving it change sides of the floor offense. And listen, it's going to bog down at times, but I think they'll be able to sustain it. And I think they win. And what Stephen Curry does is fascinating to me because does he follow up a tough game with more shop making? I don't expect him to not make a three. But I do wonder if Boston's defense is maybe having a long-term effect because we've seen that in the past where over the course of the series, it does take its toll. Doris Burke here on the rich eisen show again game 6 on ESPN radio, check it out with Jorah's Marquess, PJ Carlos Emily was one of my favorite people on Planet Earth. I mean, that must be so much fun for you. He's the absolute best, the best. I mean, you've worked with a ton of amazing people, Doris. You've got a good hubie Brown story for me in any way, shape, or form. From back to rich, we are lucky to interact with these athletes who are incredible and can be awe inspiring. I was a college student and I was actually ripped the Tina's Manny when he was transitioning between the nix assistant job and the Providence head coaching job. I don't get in awe of anybody, but I grew up a Knicks fan. Yes. 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"doris" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"You're just creating an extra meal for me because I don't even know what could be happening around me and earthquake could be happening. If there's pizza, I don't even care what the topping is. I'm eating the pizza, so you're just setting me up to get fat with a 3 p.m. pizza option. I can't resist it. It's impossible. This is a lot of information. I'm sorry. Piazza I think that's the name of the place we went to the pizza was absolutely stellar and the company is just exceptional. So, hey, listen, all I know is I'm lucky. I can't wait to get to game two and see what Steve and he may have in mind and see what these incredible players do. So last night was so fun back and I felt like Boston had to get one here in order to make this the series we thought it was and they did and you're right. Now prosperity prosperity is not been kind to the Boston Celtics they tend to make things hard on themselves so we'll see how they react. Well, I think we both picked warriors in 7. We did, yeah. In theory, the Celtics winning game one should not really dissuade us from such a long extended pick like that. I did come away from that game one feeling like, oh, that was that was a pretty emphatic boss who went and you can show me the 21 threes and all that and obviously those guys won't shoot like that, blah, blah, blah. It didn't feel it felt like a piece of information that changed the way I thought about the series a little bit. Sure, I would agree with that. And I would agree with that because of the way they were able to defend after the first quarter. The mind boggling stakes, there's a transition three by step where Derrick white and one other Celtic were standing right there. And they both ran in the other direction. I said, what the hell are you? It was Pritchard. It was Pritchard, the other one. Are you kidding me? Two guys just walked away or actually turned and jogged away from the greatest shooter in this race. Oh, it actually be fun. It would actually be fun if you could make this like an attraction that you would pay like an enormous amount of money for. In a 5 on 5 situation, I would want to see how it feels like because you see some teams do this. Okay, so I'm playing the real warriors and you just plop me onto the defensive team. And you say, you're only job is literally ignore everything else happening on the floor. Do not avert your vision from Steph Curry. The other, it could be Wilt Chamberlain Bill Russell, Michael Jordan and LeBron James. You don't care. You're only job is to chase him around. Do not pay it. I don't care if he's 75 feet from the hoop or at the basket. That's your only job. I obviously I would fail on that after one cut by Steph Curry. I'd be in the dust. I just would like to see what it feels like to just because when you play pickup, you don't just have one job, like some guys are just face guard them 94 feet. I just would like to see what that feels like. I would pay some money to do that and it would be horrible, but it's very unique, but to your point, it's like, dude, that's Steph Curry. Just guard him no matter where he is. And if somebody's coming up the floor, who should not be left on attended in transition, it's that guy, go find everybody, you know, leave everybody else out alone. Oh, it was too crazy. That's enough. I've wasted enough of your time. You're the best to indulge me on this stupid podcast. The one and only Doris Burke, I will see you soon. Thank you for your time. Keep up the great work on ESPN radio and.
"doris" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And I am on the side that he's going to be good enough. I just don't expect him to go two for 7, four turnovers and look as young as he looked. He just, I just, I don't see that. I don't see that but he can not be a piece of tissue paper floating around on defense. He has to show some, I remember saying this on a telecast early. The question is, I think you and I have had this conversation. And these are the things you see early that you say, Kenny hold up, can he hold up? Can Jordan Poole can those lineups ten those minutes when you are that small? Can they hold up? This is the question. This is the question and we asked it when we first saw it. But as we mentioned earlier, I think it sometimes gets portrayed as like this parlor trick. Oh, pool party? It's a little short minute burst. Curry and pool. No. Curry and pool together with draymond was like a massive part of their turnout. It was not just a random parlor trick. Let's wrap real quickly. What did you think of opening with Robert Williams on Andrew Wiggins, which I speculated about on my podcast and in my column and then sort of concluded that it kind of feels too cute and they came off of it in the third quarter. They put them on to loony. I wonder where he'll start game two if it's Wiggins or if it's a loony, what did you see there that you liked and you didn't like? I mean, I get the idea of it. I talked through it before the series. I think there's some smart reasoning behind it. Obviously the warriors are going to try and attack it with curry Wiggins pick and rolls and sort of test them out that way. And I think the idea of it is, fine, you do that. You run curry Wiggins pick and rolls in the starting 5. That means loony and draymond are somewhere behind the place so you're spacing is not going to be great. Not going to be as good as it would be if one of those guys were screening for Steph. But what did you think of it and how and how the warriors responded to it? It's funny because one thing I have said throughout the course of this run for the Celtics is and I thought you saw this on display in the Miami series, particularly in the game 7 where Robert Williams bumped his knee early and just didn't move the same the rest of the way. You know, you've talked about how the defense elevated as soon as they made the switch to putting Robert on the wings and letting him roam around. And even Steve Kerr private game once said, because I have to occur this point blank. You know, basically, what do you expect? What does it look like if he's healthy versus not? And he said, listen, just what you said, we're going to put him in the screening action if he's guarding a wing and we're going to play out of that and we're confident about what we'll get. And I had read your preview after interviewing Steve, and I saw the line about having him guard Wiggins, could be too cute. And I just smiled because I asked him, who is he going to check to start? And he said, wig inside, just put a big smile on my face. It goes back to your point, I think, you know, like Celtics downsized. Who's the big? If Al Horford shooting it the way he is, how many ministers Robert Williams get moving forward, I do think they may go back to the kavan loony matchup as opposed to that. With Robert Williams, and again, you know, the beauty is, you know, you can probably do both as long as Roberts getting two days between and so he can be at that point of attack. If there is the pick and roll with Wiggins and curry, Izzy Robert, who can move laterally, he surprises people, I think. He surprises people with his ability to be in the middle of the page shading off a Wiggins and still get out and contest a shot. I mean, I don't know how many threes he's blocked this year, Zach, but it's quite a few. So I think that's the beauty of the Celtics is you can move all these parts and pieces around and adjust on the fly, I don't know. I don't know. I would start among Mooney. Me too. I would start them on Looney, but I don't know what he is going to do. Regardless of who Robert Williams defends, in the second half they started doing the thing where the warriors would call his guy up for a pick and roll and the Celtics would switch him out of it in the middle of the play. So before the pick actually happens and then the words would say, okay, so you switch them over there. We'll just bring that other guy up so you're still involved. The dangerous thing about that against the warriors is when you play that kind of mix and match, then you get caught up in, okay are we trying to get back to our original assignments now or are we sticking with these and the warriors move so fast that if you're confused for half a second all of a sudden one of the splash brothers is going to be launching an open three. So I would keep an eye on that and I say this, I say the following, I'm cursing myself saying this. Daniel tice is probably gonna score like 14 points on 7 of 7 shooting in game two. I just don't understand why he continues to play. I know he made a shot last night. He made it. Did you make a three? Was it a long tour? It was a three. He made a three. Yeah. I'm with you. I just don't get it. The Celtics, the Celtics love Daniel tice. Did you just can't get enough at the end of Daniel tice? If Daniel tice gets traded in the next 18 months, they will trade back, they will trade it for him back like 6 months later. I just don't get why he's playing, especially if you're going to go small a lot. But hey, look, hats off to him. He made a shot. DB, I will see you soon. If you go, if there's a pizza pasta wine, just let just keep me in, I'm not, you know, the Napa wine tasting with Cassie, that could get out of hand. I don't know if I want any part of that, but the pizza pasta postgame wine. I want and I want PJ Carlos simo to be like really, really gruff and telling old stories about seton hall and what a Terry to hair and stuff like that. Can we make that? That guy could shoot it. He was electric and you kidding me, John Morton. Oh yeah, PJ's got all the stories. And we would love for you to join us in our postgame pizza pasta. I promised myself. I literally said to mark Tessa I'm gonna be so disciplined. I'm gonna have a protein and a salad. Before we even sit down like four, four pizzas to send on the table, I take one sip of wine and everything went out the window. No, you can't. You put pizza in front of me. It's a debate in my house, 'cause once you have kids see, I didn't realize this, your pizza frequency with kids, it goes up like 500% because when they're all together when you have an outdoor gathering, the easiest with responses like, let's just order a bunch of pizzas. Every kid's birthday party is pizza. So I've realized I could eat pizza literally every single day from multiple meals. My wife is like, get sick of pizza after like a little too much over a couple of weeks. If you put pizza, it doesn't even when kids, birthday parties are like at 3 o'clock, so I've already had lunch and dinner is coming and there's pizza at the birthday party. I'm like, you're just, it's just entrapment..
"doris" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Everyone's going to try to play poker at this point. I just think they're going to be better. I think draymond green will be better. I don't think he goes to for 12. I just don't. I just don't. I expect a better performance finishing an opportunity, not necessarily making threes, although one thing I will say is I felt like draymond green was more there were times in this playoff run and you correct me if I'm wrong. Where remember the best year he had he was making some of those threes and he certainly was willing to take them. I felt like I've seen glimpses of that draymond in this run up. Am I out of my mind on that? He's made some big threes. I just think that draymond is gone forever, the one who hit all those threes in game 7 against the Cavs in 2016 when they lost and all that. I just think that that was a one year jump shot fluke and we're never going to see that guy again and most of his threes are going to look like they did in game one. And by the way, that's fine. He does a lot of other great things and he knows better than anyone how to leverage you ignoring him into getting shots for his teammates. Some things that I'm going to look for for the warriors that I want your thoughts on. I was surprised how often they gave the switch of curry on to Tatum and pool on Tatum. When we just saw them against Luca do so well with Steph hedging out and recovering. And I don't think it killed killed them like Tatum was just three of 17 Steph is pretty physical now in his late prime so to speak. He'll body up people as best he can and forced a couple of tough floaters. The help from the warriors was aggressive in there, but to help has much less distance to travel when Robert Williams is in the dunker spot and Al Horford is in the corner behind him, then it does when there's only one of those guys on the floor and all of a sudden the floor is better space. I wonder if we'll see them try to get under more smart Tatum pick and rolls when smart is the ball handler. Now Tatum has become very good at kind of bulldozing his way down and forcing that switch but maybe more hedging more going under and I thought I was surprised when the warriors went small, I thought one of the benefits of that to them would be they had a little more freedom against Boston small lineups. If they were both small that they would have a little more freedom to play around with who draymond green guarded. Like we could put auto Porter on Al Horford and have draymond on jaylen Brown or Marcus smart or something like that. I thought we might see that and I think we might see it in game two. I think you'll see more draymond on Jalen. That's for sure. To your point about Steph on Tatum, there were two plays in particular back to back possessions where he catches it sort of, you know, step battles him, he catches at mid post area, I feel like he forced one tough shot and forced him to become a passer so to your point, I absolutely think you're going to see more draymond on jaylen. And you made a great point like Steph was really good hedging out and then being cleaned there to get the matchup they wanted defensively, so yeah, and I agree with you about money. If pool can't play, he is your 5th best guy. And just how funny is first of all, a shout to kavan because Steve Kerr said early in the year and he's a 100% right. I had had a Golden State game. And I sort of I described kavan loony as really solid defensively. And Steve Kerr in an interview said blank basically blank that the guy is, you know, and he went on and on about how smart he is. And to come on's credit, he's rebounded at a higher rate. He's finished at a higher rate than he's ever had and he probably doesn't get enough credit for what he does defensively. And the other thing is, I am anxious to see Jordan Poole's response. I am. I this guy earned the trust of those two guys Steph and Dre in that in that 15 and 5 and in the play in game against Memphis. And I was stunned at how young he looked. I do expect him to play better in his minutes. Well, in going through all of those who's the 5th guy options, you know, Porter, Iguodala, aside from Looney, who we know is going to start at center when they go small. Will we see Peyton? Will we see moody? This is a very dumb ass side. I miss Juan toscano Anderson. I was kind of surprised he didn't, he just completely fell out of their rotation. In the regular season because I think he's actually good. Probably too late to play that card Damien Lee is a guest now a deep bench guy. In going through all those options, what I came to in the end was defense aside, not defensive side, but we know what the defensive issues are. They're just going to need pool to win the series. And I don't know if that means they've got to get braver bravers their own work is not like they're not brave, but if they've got to just sort of play that pool party line up a little bit more and see how bad it gets defensively versus how good it can be offensively or just mix and match so he's out there more with their best players and going through those options, I just I'm like they're just, they're just point blank. They're just going to need them. They're going to need them to win the series because Boston is that good. And if that if Jordan Poole is just not good enough to play in this series, he's going to play in this series. We're being sort of a flip saying that but if he's not good enough to be trusted to play 25 or 30 minutes or whatever and he's going to get exploited defensively and you're going to be a net negative, then I think then he's just maybe not as good as he looked in the regular season when the competition gets illegal lead elite because you go through all those answers and I'm like those are all fine kind of stopgap answers, but they just they're going to need Jordan Poole. I refuse to believe that he's just not good enough. It feels like you have to trust what you.
"doris" Discussed on Latino USA
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"doris" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Happens live. Your beloved nicks are 11 and 11, 16th in offense, 19th in defense, and you know tibs is just straight up grouchy right now about the refs about the defense about probably about the weather about the food he eats, whatever. He's just grouchy. Oh, one of their feet writers say two minute postgame press conference. Quickest one all year, I went out. Yeah, they got to turn those court side mics down in some of these arenas because I'm starting to hear the tips chatter and it's a great time. This is your team Long Island and Jersey Shore's Doris Burke. This is your team. What's the temperature take from you? Well, first of all, my heart heard for Kemba Walker. You know, I have had some best moments, you know. Brennan show a Dave passion I called that run through the biggie's finals. But to me, there were signs of this in Orlando. That was the first time in my life. I'm like, oh boy, you know, can Kemba be kembo? Can he be the guy of a high screen and roll quick into the three point shooting had worked because. Steve Clifford had said you're not going to be successful in this league unless you get consistent from the three pace of price becomes an all star, so that I thought it was the right decision. You know, they feel like they're more switchable, they're bigger, Alec Burks, a little bit more defensive versatility. I'm going to ask you a couple questions. First and foremost, you know, they make the moves get better offensively. Is it me or does it feel like they're getting less consistent focus from Julius or art? I don't know, they feel different defensively. I think we knew they would because they tried to change to a more offensively balanced team. I don't know, I just feel different to me, defensively. I don't know that there is locked in that there is the consistent grinding effort on that side of the floor. Accurate inaccurate. Accurate. I think Randall has been worse, he's been back cut a lot this year and last night, Derek Jones got a baseline out of bounds dunk on him when he just wasn't paying attention. He was quote unquote blitzing, pick and rolls last night, but just sort of standing around doing nothing, not rotating with urgency. He had the best defense of season in his career last year. He's back slid a little bit this year. I think Robinson has just been inconsistent and their centers aren't rebounding. And I think one of the reasons if you ask Tim's why Burke's because I do think Burke's fournier Barrett, it's not quite enough playmaking around Randall, which leads to Randall doing too much Randle ball. But I think part of the reason is rebounding Burke's is a good rebounder. The rest of their guards are bad rebounders. And fournier, look, I thought the fournier signing was fine. I liked it, but I did say I've said this about him in fournier a lot. I look at the numbers, he's up to 39.5% from three. I just never have he's always had this thing in his career and I've said this a lot. This is a new, where I look at the numbers and I watch the games. I just I don't I don't feel that he's impacting the game at a level that fits his numbers part of the reason is he's not as good. He looks like a good playmaker and then you're like, oh, he's averaging 1.6 assists again. He's just not, you just don't feel him. And they're just so dependent when Derek rose comes in the game. There are completely different teams because suddenly someone could get to the basket. They're plus ten with rows on the floor and minus ten with rows off the floor per 100 possessions. They can't start him. They can't play them too much because he'll wear down, but they just feel a little scarily dependent on Derek rose right now to me. Yeah, and it's interesting. And listen, there are never one thing. And look at Julius, you know, from 24 points per game down to 19. Rebounding on par, assist down almost a full one. Effective field goal percentage way down, three point percentage way down, still taken about the same amount. You know, he made 2.3 or 5.53 pointers last year. 41.1% unbelievable. Now 1.85 .4 to jump shot did not hold up in the playoffs. And now it's not holding up this year. RJ Barrett, very similar story, actually taking more threes per game this year, 4.3 last year, 5 at an 8 percentage point dip. So I think there's a lot going on and talked about it himself. He said, I didn't like the direction my team was trending. We needed to make changes. And he did. You know, the question and you, when we were fleshing out ideas for this podcast, you know, one of the things we you mentioned, and you can look up and down the whole standings and see the number of teams within one or two of 500. Have to leave is within one or 205 hundred. Look at the west, 11 and 9 Dallas 12 and ten Memphis 12 and 11 Lakers 11 and 11 clippers 1111 wolves 11 and 12 blazers ten and 11 nuggets, old conference. 11 and 11 sixers 1111 nicks, 1311 hornets, 12 and ten Celtics on and on and on. What reason for optimism? Let's get off in a very good positive note. What's the thing that should give Nick spans hope. I think well, I can think of a few. I think Barrett's shooting was real. And I think so I think Barrett, who was out last night against the bulls with an illness, I think he'll rebound shooting wise. Look, I think the offense has been a little scattershot 16th how much better can it get? Maybe a little bit. 19th on defense, I do think this team is gonna have a stretch where just by force of will top down will. Tips down will. They're gonna dig in and start flying around and have a 15 game stretch where they look like they did last season defensively. And your point is well taken because Mike green on a game earlier, we were discussing the Knicks we weren't covering the Knicks but we were in the pre game situation waiting for people and he did say, remember, the next didn't start out well defensively. There was what you just said a stretch. You got a Christmas tree behind you. You gotta decorate that thing, DB. It's time. It's empty. It's bear. It's a minor miracle that it went up prior to the trip out to San Francisco. The holidays are like just joy to me. So minus up and I'll probably decorate it. Well, you said the word joy. I wish you joy with your family on the holidays. And one joy thing and I'm not saying I said this to you in person. I was in Los Angeles, my first trip to LA this season, I think it was opening week of the season and I didn't because I'm so clueless, I didn't realize that we had the Lakers game.
"doris" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Looking for insightful and heartfelt conversations about social justice activism and innovation? I'm glad to recommend the podcast all inclusive with Jay rudder men. Hosted by Jay ruderman, social activist and philanthropic leader in diversity and social justice. Every other Monday Jay interviews leaders and experts on the latest news technology and advocacy. For a more socially just world. Here leaders like PBS news hours Judy Woodruff discuss her remarkable career in journalism and work in disability advocacy. Curb your enthusiasms, Sheryl Hines on inclusion in Hollywood. Fran Drescher talk about the nanny's resurgence and her mission to save lives through her nonprofit cancer schmancer. In order to create an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. All inclusive will inspire you to keep learning and to take action to build a positive future. Listen to all inclusive wherever you're listening right now. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny caplan, and this is romanica. This month, we're talking about troublemakers and villains. We're covering stories from across a spectrum. For women who made good trouble, to women who thrived in illicit industries, to villains in the truest sense of the word. All of the women were covering, had a major impact on the society in which they live. Women, like men, have played good and bad roles in human history. To gloss over women who we find less than inspiring is to accept a diminished and inaccurate place in the historical record. Today, we're talking about an international jewel thief. A master of deception and disguise. She had more than 30 aliases, and at least 9 different passports. But only one real name let's talk about Doris Payne. Doris was born in 1930 in West Virginia to a black father and a Cherokee mother. Growing up, Doris watched her father regularly abuse her mother. The experience made Doris resolve to never be dependent on a man. She wanted to find a way to make her own money. To take care of herself and her mother. But she wasn't sure how she would do that. Then one day she went shopping for a watch while Doris was trying on watches, a white customer walked in, and the store owner told Doris to leave. He didn't want to be seen with a black customer. On her way out Doris realized she was still wearing one of the watches she'd tried on. She kept walking. That's when she learned how easy theft could be. The doors didn't act on this knowledge until much later. In 1952. After her father's abuse of her mother escalated, Doris took a bus to Pittsburgh. Walked into a jewelry store and walked out with a diamond ring worth $22,000. She resold it and used the money to help her mother escape her father's abuse. It was her first big heist. But not even close to her last. Throughout the 1950s, Doris traveled across America, stealing expensive jewelry. She had a honed method first she would glide in with confidence and charm, wearing elegant clothes and toting a designer bag. Then Doris would ask the store clerk to show her a wide variety of pieces. She would put on and take off jewelry with the speed and dexterity of a close up magician. Sometimes a piece would mysteriously go missing, and Doris would help the jeweler find it. Finally, after gaining their trust. She would find a way to distract the clerk. Hide the piece that she really wanted on her person and walked out of the store undetected. This was before surveillance cameras or Internet record keeping. So Doris got away with the vast majority of her crimes. While she was sometimes arrested, her lawyers always got her out of serving jail time. The more Doris stoll, the more infamous she became. Photos of her started appearing in newspapers. It was getting harder for her to steal an America, so she moved her operations to Europe. In 1974, Doris pulled off one of her most famous heists. She entered a Cartier store in Monte Carlo, and walked out with a diamond ring worth half a $1 million. When she arrived at the airport, the police apprehended her and conducted a full body search. But they couldn't find the ring. They held her in custody for months, but with no physical evidence they eventually had to let her go. Taurus had outsmarted them. She had sewn the ring into her pantyhose, where it escaped detection by the police, the entire time she was in custody. Finally, in 1999, more than 40 years after she started stealing jewels, Doris crimes caught up to her. She was arrested for stealing a $57,000 ring in Denver and spent 5 years in jail. But Doris jail time didn't deter her. In 2011, she was convicted for stealing a $9000 ring in San Diego. In 2015, she was arrested for stealing Christian Dior earrings in Atlanta. And in 2017, she was caught stealing $86 worth of groceries and electronics at Walmart. Over the course of her lifetime, Doris has stolen at least $2 million worth of merchandise. But she said she rarely feels guilty about her crimes. She sees them as payback for the racism that she experienced in stores as a child. According to Doris, the only regret she has about being a jewel thief is getting caught. All month, we're talking about troublemakers and villains. Special thanks to Liz Kaplan, my favorite sister and co creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Today's episode of encyclopedia will manika is brought to you by better help. Is there something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals? It seems like almost a silly question to ask right now. We're all trying.
Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault
"Donald Trump is scheduled to provide a deposition in New York today in a case about his security teams crackdown on a protest during the early days of his presidential campaign according to court papers the former president will record the deposition at trump tower the lawsuit stems from a September third twenty fifteen protest outside the tower over negative comments trump made about Mexican immigrants six of the protesters said they were roughed up and there is video of the incident state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez denied an effort by trump to quash a subpoena ordering him to testify the judge said trump's argument that there must be exceptional circumstances to depose a high ranking government official did not apply because he was being called to answer for conduct outside of office I'm
Pfizer-BioNTech ask EU agency to OK vaccine for kids 5-11
"As millions of Americans get Pfizer's covert nineteen vaccine booster shots FDA advisers say some people who received the Doris vaccine should also get extra protection we do have a unanimous nineteen out of nineteen yeah both the advisory panel has endorsed a half dose booster after bitterness Dr Jacqueline Miller outlined data showing the vaccine's protection wanes over time eight thirty six point four percent decrease in the incidence of cases in
Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level
"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.
Biden's Power Grab Is the Wake Up Call Many Americans Needed to Have
"John doris from new york post. Put it president. Fighting speech yesterday was bizarrely incoherent. He told he told. The american people without any qualification that fully vaccinated people are at an incredibly low risk then he promised to protect the vaccinated from the evil unvaccinated. It made no sense and yesterday. The overreach the unconstitutional power grab is the line in the sand that a lot of americans needed to have. This will be the wakeup call of all wakeup calls. This is going to be the crushing blow to progressivism to the democrat machine to the beast. They're all coury. They're all recognizing this guy's gone too far
"doris" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Because bittu women had a falling out. Apparently hefner had fallen in love with one of doris. His bodyguards endorsed intake. Kindly to being anything. Less than the center of hefner's world lafferty was smart enough. He didn't just make himself the air. He made himself executor. And the trustee of the charitable trust the charitable estate. So this meant when when she died he was gonna come into control of over a billion dollars in liquid assets. Six months after the will was revised. Doris suffered a series of strokes died. Lafferty didn't keep hafner totally away from the estate. She was awarded sixty five million dollars in a settlement. Which barely dented. It's one point. Two billion dollar value soon. After dora says death a twenty seven year old nurse stepped forward. And said the doris is. Death wasn't as natural as it seemed. She accused lafferty and one of dora's doctors of hastening the demise with fatal doses of morphine and demerol. This supposed motive was of course money store has died. Lafferty was poised to make bank. The newspapers loved this accusation. They could literally right. The butler did it. As the headline doris left much of her. One point two billion dollars to various charities and trusts lafferty. He got a flat some of five million dollars plus another half a million dollars a year for life. The los angeles county district attorney's office conducted a criminal investigation in nineteen ninety six but couldn't get far.
Doris Duke's Dark Secret
"Residents of posh neighborhood in newport rhode island her terrible crash on october seventh nineteen sixty six. When they went outside to investigate they saw a woman whose face they knew quite well. In fact most people in america would have recognized her. She was tall and blonde and wandering days near a smash car crying out for eddie. The woman's name was doris duke when she'd been born headlines declared her the richest little girl in the world. But on this day. Doris was in early fifties far from a little girl anymore and she clearly crashed a station wagon into a tree across the street. From her insanely opulent tudor style. Mansion on bellevue avenue. Louis judah thorn a father daughter duo who happened to be driving by were the first to stop at the scene judith. Followed the tall blonde. Woman into the tudor home trying to figure out if she needed help. Lewis stayed outside and realized it wasn't the woman who needed help was the man beneath her car. Lewis couldn't see much but he could tell the man wasn't moving within minutes police would descend on the scene and do everything they could to ensure that this incident became a crime of the century. That barely anyone would ever even hear about
"doris" Discussed on By His Grace
"Hey doris swift. Welcome to the by his grace. Podcast i am so excited to have you here with me today my friend. How are you won't keep you on doing great. I'm excited to be here till looking forward to this. It's awesome so doris you are the host of the fierce calling podcast. And i love your tagline. Would you share that with everybody. Sure i always ask my guess. How they're taking action where their passion compassion and conviction intersect because that is probably there are fierce calling. Yeah where they feel passionate about something and they wanna just take some kind of an action but they. Sometimes they don't know what to do so. That's why i invite guests on to share their story. How they've ever come difficult circumstances you know with a lord help and then how they stepped out in faith stepped up before they felt they were ready. Because we wait till we're ready. Were never going to do it. And just to encourage them inspire other women to take action and user gifts impact the world for christ because there's so many women who are not sure what their next step is supposed to be in their gifts or sitting there on wrapped and you know we need those gifts. The world needs their gifts for sure. Yeah that's right that's absolutely right. I love that. And what. I'm talking about this month. Is sometimes our dreams. Take time to manifest and i think that dovetails so nicely with what you're doing because i think that we have callings in different seasons of life so i know for me. There was one season where i felt called to pursue. I wanted to be a supermodel. Actually that was my goal. Like i wanted to be a model. I started modeling. I went to school and got a degree in fashion. And god quickly showed me that that was not the course former life and and then i started working and i had that season and then i walked away from my career to stay home to home school my kids and then i thought you know god's done with me but no he wasn't and i know that we have similar stories in that so i want to hear your story From you know you didn't just wake up one day and start podcasting and so there's a back story there so let's get the back story and you know. Tell me about about your dreams. And how how god has led you to do the things that you're doing now tour. Thank you well part of my story which is pretty significant. Part of my story is that i experienced a teen pregnancy. It was a really difficult season in my life and it was. Because i didn't feel like i fit in either with my friends any longer but yet i was still a kid really. You know having a baby and things didn't work out with the father and that was another devastating episode that we could have because that was a really hard part in my story but anyway god had major plans for me even ben and he did he has plans for us and so had my baby and my mom and dad were very supportive. My family was supportive in. So i got into banking right when i you know after. Had the baby michael's about six months old. I started banking and you know working at a bank. And i thought okay. I'll just be a teller for a short while. Until i figure out what i'm gonna do with my life. Well almost thirty years later. I'm still banking. I'm still a banker. So i had this long career of being a banker which you know really equipped me for so many things and at the time when you're in a place where you feel like what am i doing here. God i spent a do ministry work. I just want why am i here. I wanna like go speak. I wanna do this and looking back. We can always say how god has been so faithful and equipping us in all the different areas where he's using asked today for his further into the kingdom and it's all for purpose and so i did have a lot of experience. I made a lot of connections. And i know that i had an opportunity to minister to people in really difficult seasons in their lives. Like if someone would come in and they just lost their spouse or in other children were giving them issues or identity theft. All kinds of things would walk in the door. And so i had an opportunity to sit with people and take time with people but then it was. It was a timer guy. Called me out of that. Similar your story. you know. it's like okay. This is this is enough now. You're going to come out of that. And then i started a block. And i stayed home for about eighteen months where he was my husband's business and so i started writing stuff about my family. 'cause i like to write so someone you know just said. Oh well i really like reading your stuff. And so i started putting more out. And then it transitioned into a ministry to women so that was my right beginning my writing journey but that was black always liked writing ever since i was a little girl. I would know how you make those books any stapling together. No love doing that. So i was always writer and i always wanted to be a teacher so those like some of the dreams that were being birthed then seeds were being planted. My grandmother had these two desks that she got from school. That was closing down and they were real school desks. Which was so exciting for my sister in me and so we had those deaths setup and i teach doll stuffed animals. Whatever and that's how. I studied for tests by teaching that. Why would pretend. I was teaching and i. I really always thought it would be a teacher in an elementary school. But that wasn't that plan but he's still allows me to teach so now. I teach the word his word. So that's exciting. And so yeah. So that's a little bit about where dreams stirred it to manifest but every day is a journey with god and mike. I've heard you also say before you love this scripture versus well. I believe not to despise small beginnings. And that's in zachariah. You know it's like everything we do has meaning and purpose when we do it onto the lord and we don't need to wait for some big big thing to happen in our life because we can look at what god is doing right now in our life and we can see that. In god's is things are significant like you were talking earlier about how you left a corporate job right to stay home and homeschool will to the world. That probably sounded kinda crazy. Like what are you doing until it reminds me that scripture you know when i print the says that guy uses chose foolish things to shingle is and you know that he chooses the week to shame the strong and so it is not what the world would think makes sense. But it makes total sense in god's kingdom. That's.
"doris" Discussed on By His Grace
"Welcome to the by his grace. Podcast m your host misty. Philip and i thank you for joining me today. We are back in our series talking about chasing our dreams. And sometimes our dreams take longer to come to fruition. Sometimes we have to wait on god but you know what we are never too old to dream. And that's what we're going to talk about today with my guest doris swift but before we do. I wanna tell you about an exciting new project that i just completed. I just launched the spark media podcast magazine. This is a magazine by and four christian podcasters and any believer that is looking to be encouraged by christian podcasting we have featured members of the spark community. And we have stories behind the mic. That shared the journey of our podcasters. Some devotional articles. That are there to inspire you and some podcast tips and tricks. So if you are a podcast or or you're looking to find a new podcast to listen to love fogcast than i encourage you to go. Download your free digital copy of the spark media podcast magazine at spark media dot ventures so launching magazine and being an editor of one is not something i ever thought that i would have done especially in my fifties. Y'all i turned fifty this year. And you know what. We're never too old to dream my friend. Doris swift has also pursued many of her dreams later in life and she is here to inspire. Y'all today.
"doris" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"Remember exactly what he said. I don't think you understand like you know i. You're great whatever reset. I don't remember. But i just yeah but Yeah and when it happened. I really had no clue out deal because my daughter just look the missions who should have you are really not understanding exactly understanding. Note i. it's like it's hard for us because we don't want to disrespect are legends. Like but that's michael jackson saying it that's prince saying that's elvis presley saying it like he. Is that connick at this point in time. Seven number one albums number one heads. Like i know he's drake and he's you know pop rap star as like that guy. It's ronald is literally one of the times he's in is in that same. Category of elvis imprint said and michael jackson life. So the have one of those guys just and that's a huge basketball fan outwardly. Come out and be like doors berg. She's that boss like that. Yes yes understand. At that moment. I was so thankful channing to get the chance to say thank you to him in person and it happened maybe.
"doris" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"The other part is it does require. There does require to be some luck involved. This shit is hard hard only. Nba is hard. And like i just. I'm intrigued by this whole batman. I thought it was something. I you're a woman i couldn't understand but it's i'm glad you added context because it's not about who's better or who's the best flavor it's more about gained structure to channing point. He's got four moves all of which end in the pate which you can shrink the floor crowded make it more difficult and so now he needs somebody else. Who's a shot creator. So today's age best example. Yokich and jamal murray so yokich can control the whole game but he has trouble winning. Because jamal murray's best skill set is to go get a bucket in crunch time right. You look at the lebron james. The malebranche clutches. He is right. Who did he go to when everybody was locked down and we had the best opportunity to win. The game was okay i read. You have the best match. Let me go to you know. Like even james harden kevin durant. James harden will take over the first. You know forty minutes. Kate keri k. d. Go get the ball because we can get bucket. I think it has to do with your skillset. In the honest skill set is to control the game. The first three quarters in that fourth quarter you gotta give it to somebody where if they get fouled that's ninety percent free throw shooter. Yes range and they could do that repeatedly onto a three players so for me. It's about skill set in you. Know you could say batman robin. I'm gonna comic books. I like batman superman like. We're not. we're not. Listen i love. Chris middleton had a great game. We're not giving him superman. I'm gonna say this is what your but your own is great. Go ahead he. That was one of the best performances we've seen in the last couple of years in the fourth quarter in a in a in a need moment when they were down all all game down the last like five minutes ago there down five six points and all of a sudden once it went to plus five. It was a rapid to your point. Channing doris when you when you look at janas so many great players you give them the ball and say go. Get me a bucket of free throw or something where with janas end the last few years where bud has gotten so much. Criticism janas has gotten so much criticism. You can play one way during the regular season but the postseason you're going to have to you lose your game in the regular season because you missed. Free does like all right. We got its game. Fifteen games sixty three. We got a ton more you get to that postseason and you miss a game. You miss games. Because of free throws are lack of offense the whole world is watching you in that moment and janas was just not a guy that you can toss the ball and say all right. He got out. Well he's gonna give me three out of four free throws or he's gonna give me five out of six free throws in the fourth quarter that ain't it so you can't go to him not consistently and that's where i think chris. Yeah middleton because that's what yeah that's what made middleton's performance that much greater is because he if he doesn't do that the bucks don't have another way to will themselves to win. Janas only do so much. I look at like how much bogdonovich hurts. The hawks right there looking at that number two. it's. I mean to be honest when they signed him. I was like.
"doris" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"Everybody but those top top positions where you're always says you know jen morgan. Face a level of scrutiny. The number to the number three number fourteen don't have to face and so yeah i just. I'm thankful and it came about at a certain point when i was already established and number two. It's all bullshit anyway. Tell line the end. The bat yeah. Yeah don't don't don't fuck thing if you look to them for praise and you're like oh they love me then you'll be like oh they hate me so don't allow let's. It's always great to be loved but don't it just like a basketball. Don't our sports don't get too high on a win. Don't get too low on the loss. The more even keel. You are the better chance but like even to your point late. Mark jones day pass. These guys are great. And i kind of look at it kind of like the charles. Barkley's the guys that didn't win championships. Because michael jordan was there might blame is like this generations. You know marv albert right like everyone's like and it doesn't mean that mark might not be one of the top five to ever do it one a top two three of his generation but when you have a guy like you know mike breen who does most of the like the finals gains. And he's been the voice of the nba like it doesn't mean that you're not outstanding at your job and that's one thing that like i've enjoyed this this opportunity and i've been trying to get channing to call games. He doesn't wanna listen to me like chandy. Calling games is the most interest in that janet. I do. But i don't so i do. Nba twitter live and we talked the whole second. Half and my problem is as i switch onto basketball mode. It's so i pick a team. Which i generally like wanna go for that game. And i'm i'm like breaking down there like substitution patterns. Not a conducive way. So i to like. It's it's hard for me to transition from. What's the ear to actually translates. He like an alley. So i have taylor. Rooks alexis morgan. Who helped me translate this basketball. Because i'm like do their rotations on the weeks. I defense our trash. You need to get that top foot up kevin on these screens. like and i'm saying these things and channing. So what do you mean by that..
"doris" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Espn fucking about the nba playoffs dealing with kobe. She had it last year. What's going on here with the terrible fan behavior. Nba games Broadcasting and all sorts of things with doors and then following. Doris burke longoria from the san francisco giants enough to come on and talk about the whole unwritten rules thing in baseball and what's players feel about it. What are good. Unwritten rules are bad unwritten. Rules hot topics. I wanna talk to a player about it. So i was able to get evans. So dr spark evan longoria on this episode. And let me just tell you if you missed any recent episodes last week peter schrager from good morning football and daniel rappaport from golf digest. Run the pod. Two weeks ago and marsh from the new york post. Bill carter from cnn on the great late night documentary on cnn. Rich eisen and alan up and wall wrong pot three weeks ago. Ryen russillo brian. Baumgartner four weeks ago we've had a great run of guests. If you missed any dip into the archive check them out. And please subscribe to the podcast. If you wanna throw me a review to always appreciate it as well all right here we go this week. Show dr sparked followed by evan longoria. You all right joining me now for. I'm speaking to her on the media podcast from espn. She's ever read during the playoffs. Star sparked. how's it going going great going great. The playoffs are in full swing. This is a great time of year. Jimmy right you know. Two games at a minimum on for night sometimes three Just it's the best is the absolute best. It is good a little rough. If you're on the east coast because sometimes the schedule is not friendly. But especially if you wanna watch lebron and they're always playing it like ten or ten thirty that that's a problem but here new york i'm in new york and with the With the knicks. Back in even though it's gone completely off the rails the last couple of games. It's still much much much more different this year than in the past twenty years. So that's good. Oh my gosh. Are you kidding me. Like what struck me about the game. Thus far at madison square garden has been To me it's the loudest building we've seen at least it pops off the screen to me and it's funny might rain jimmy and i we have this conversation all the time The knicks could be out of it. It could be a saturday night and there at the end of the season..
Making Athens Neighborhoods More Evironmentally Friendly
"Let's start today's travel. With rick steves increase hosting the olympics in two thousand four forced that famously chaotic and polluted city of athens to invest in more pedestrian and eco friendly alternatives tour guides cars and pastas doris joining us. Now to look at what you can expect when you scroll the neighborhoods their city by the way we recorded this conversation before the pandemic shutdown international borders things very much. What's it like when you hear. An american. say athens used to be terrible today. It's changed big low. We are old enough to remember what you mean. Because i grew up in the nineteen ninety s where we had these serious problem with his cloud. Above athens was pollution cloud. Yeah but then a they introduce measurement which was not. All cars are allowed to enter the city center the yukon enter Based on the you and your license plates so this improves the today. Absolutely yeah and athens benefited a lot from. That's an apostolakis. There's more sensitivity for pedestrian zones. I think from syntagma square. You can walk downhill on on. What used to be a very crowded traffic street and now it's like a park weekly unification for q logical sites so he can start working starting from sedan west and you can make your way old down to get me. Cost the asking symmetry of otherness. It's beautiful walk without motorbikes. And there's this beautiful pedestrian sort of park. That goes to me almost all the way around the acropolis also the hill that the city is built around. That just seems designed for people and it's beautiful in the evening. It's beautiful in the day.
An Encyclopedia of Betrayal
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Change In Asylum Policy Allows Some Migrants To Wait In U.S.
"Do you have a humane immigration policy that does not encourage illegal immigration. President Biden is grappling with just that question. Biden is already facing criticism over decisions to deport migrants and open a temporary shelter at the border as he seeks to reverse the draconian policies of his predecessor to talk more about the challenges ahead is Doris Meissner. She is a senior fellow and director at the Migration Policy Institute. Hello. Hello. The Washington Post obtained an email from immigration and Customs enforcement, saying we need to prepare for border surges. Now, what do you make of that? I mean, what do you make of reports that there will be a surge of immigrants trying to cross the border now that there's a president Biden and not a president Trump I think there's no surprise that The numbers of people coming are increasing because it is very clear that the Biden administration is committed to reversing the policies of the last administration and to making it be possible for migrants who are claiming asylum and looking for protection to actually have their cases be heard. But of course, the issue then becomes a real difficult one for managing those numbers and putting the changes in place without Getting into an emergency situation. Yeah. I mean, does this administration have sort of the tools to deal with the surge? I mean, there's already concerns about opening Temporary shelters, especially for young migrants and range migrant Children. Well, there does have to be an infrastructure at the border for processing people, and so the opening of shelters Should be seen as a positive sign because you don't want to have AH humanitarian crisis on the border where people have no place to go, which is what we did see two years ago when the Trump administration was trying to keep people out. Are you envisioning Biden going back to the very heavily criticized under trump tactic of what was called catch and release that if you had unauthorized entries, you would process the migrants and then allow them into the community with the hopes that they would show up to a court date. I mean, that was virtually stopped under President Trump has a way of Dissuading people from crossing the border. What the Biden administration is envisioning is having people be able to have their case is heard but heard promptly the difficulty with the way in which this has been handled in the past. Is that the backlogs in the immigration courts are so long that people are waiting in the country for years before their cases get hurt, And that, of course, does lead to misuse of the system. And that does invite Future migration. So what the administration needs to put in place is a system where people are able to file their claims are able to get legal representation. Get a prompt decision. Those who are eligible to stay can stay. Those who are not do need to be returned. And I think that this connects also to the Biden administration's vision of working more aggressively, much more aggressively with the countries in the region because the administration recognizes that some people are eligible for asylum. Some people are not eligible for asylum. And for those people who are not eligible for asylum, the question is returning in a humane fashion connecting people with services in their country. Those services need to be built. There needs to be much more assistance and engagement with the governments in the region to reduce corruption to reduce violence. Very Circumstances that the people are fleeing, which are always a mixture of economic circumstances, more and more possibly climate problems that have ravaged these countries. And and governance. That sounds like a lot of what President Obama did with mixed success, and President Trump actually did work closely with Mexican and Central American governments. He applied. To stick more than the carrot. He forge deals so that they could enforce their own borders and curb migration. Among other measures. There is a sense that what President Trump did actually, if your goal is to reduce migration, unauthorized crossings of the border, it worked. There's no question that what President Trump did work. The issue is at what cost at what price and that's the price that has had to do with our values as a country with our laws as a country, and so the difficulty for the Biden administration is to develop a system at the border so that these decisions can be made promptly. It's the years and years of waiting That are the ultimate breakdown in the system that needs to be solved.
Remembering Boston's Pioneering State Representative, Doris Bunte
"Boston has lost another pioneering legend. Doris bundy died yesterday of cancer at her home. She was eighty-seven bundy was the first black woman elected to the state house of representatives and the first black woman to run the boston housing authority. She was also a mentor. And a friend to many including marie saint floor herself. A former massachusetts state representative now a principal at saint floor communications. Murray thanks for joining us. Welcome to radio boston. Good to be with you to you. Marie you lost a friend and mentor. I'm sorry for your loss. How are you. i'm i'm i'm fine. I think that all of us who are women who were legislators lost the an amazing mentor in an amazing leader today and You know we know comes but when it comes you really feel it and you have regrets that you've stayed as connected as you'd like to have stayed connected in so yeah it's it's a sad day but i'm happy to be able to celebrate her life and i thank her family for sharing her with us all these years. When did you first meet her. And can you tell us a little bit about door. Spongy so i have to tell you. I was eleven years old when i first saw a bar. Doris bundy on television. Now i'll explain. And i think she had just eventually just become state right back in the old days. You only had one. Tv in the house and so you are watching whatever your parents were watching at that time and you here was this woman who was going in to become a state representative in this in in massachusetts as she grew up right in audit. You know she. She had been living in orchard park. I went to saint patrick's so was right down the street. Rama where i went to school every day. There was a sub shop at dudley. That used to walk so you knew you knew the area. So he was this woman who was essentially you know in in places that you identified walked. Who is now going to be in the in the halls of power mistake and she was this tall she was poised in. That was my first introduction. On then i became a state rep and i became a state rep and what i love about her. I did not respond the as an adult. And she reached out on my. I remember when i was running. Decided to run for office. There were a number of people. I spoke with and she offered her wisdom. I remembered when life got rough in the legislature. And i needed questions in that was seeking direction. She's a person that you pick up the phone and you could talk to. And she would share her wisdom. That that's how i remember her. And then she modeled a lot of the things that i think some of us tried to do. I'm once we were in office. What kind of modeling murray. So for me. Dr is modeled. What it meant onto work across the divides weather. It's across racial lines She she she modeled. That i mean you saw that in her work in the legislature. You saw that in her work in the boston housing authority. She was willing to listen. I mean the leadership of the boston housing authority. While she was there was predominantly white. She was she had a clear vision about what she wanted to elevate the rights of people of color in that space but she again She would probably she would call them on formidable adversaries but she was up to the challenge and she was willing to sit listen and work through it one of the things. I never observed due to demonize. That's not was not her style. She was firm to knew what she wanted to go and she left the table always with the door open that i learned from her. I really did. I get this sense marie that she was really tough. Steely she came to boston. According to the globe in nineteen fifty-three three with ninety eight cents to her name at one point. She really locked horns with boston. Mayor kevin white when she was at the boston housing authority. He was a formidable opponent. And in the end through the courts. She won her dispute with him about her leadership at the boston housing authority. She helped integrate Boston public housing. Did you see her as a as a tough woman. And did she model that for other black women leaders coming up behind her as well to me she was. She was smart and she was donations. And what. I appreciate about her that she stood in her power so yeah kevin white could have had his point of view. She had hers two and she believes she was right and she acted on it. Issue was not boastful. She just acted in did what she believed So yeah i think she was a formidable opponent but she but she worked to build consensus so she was acting with the support of those on She was representing so. 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"doris" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Traveling podcast looking to have doors made a a model host producer. A literal jack of all trades a dorsey and game pretty good. How are you excellent. Have nice great day so much for being first. Twenty twenty one. Please have much better years over if it's not. I think it all falls back on me. So let's hope that we started off at the bank. I was going to say. Yeah yeah now all the pressures on me it's off of you so you can blame like it was on. May i mean it's your fault. Your first gascons the name mayday so contemplated. I'm gonna have to change your last name just for the. We'll paint that. We'll need a new survey name. Yeah that's exactly. Yeah we'll be like doris everything's fine. Everything's fine for some of the we have my wife and i. We roller skate a lot. Great i just thought that was my wedding gift from my husband. He got me a thick parents right very good. They're they're from. I think it's the their lyrical moonscape Roller yes yeah. Yeah i i love crawler way. I had a birthday party there. One so the time but i i think all beautiful darned dreams way that i'm so excited but i realized In your thirties new will break So i told them that. Wanted to do squat for solid on two weeks before we took them out to make sure that all of those muscles for rain gauge month ago. So i have yet to do the two week slots way to you're in your fifties and you fall. I know i know my husband is forty one So there's there's ten years between us. He is like he's crazy he's wonka like longtime skater skateboarder and he's like six foot four. Maybe a hundred pounds and wet and like that man does not break. I don't understand like he's he's fine. And i over here like cracking every join in sewn in my body so so bigger. The only had a few broke my tailbone. The first time i went to escape park i was up the last time since. No no. I didn't. I didn't i knew i had hurt my my buttocks and then i went about five or six months doctors for for wendy. And she's always you get your check out. Oh yeah that's correct. Oh yeah we asked me. He had broken a million bones that he's like resilient he doesn't have Fear after he breaks something. And i'm so lucky his daughter Totally caught that as well as sees. She's nine and see last year. you know. Blood bombed the hill micro her arm and seen like so so cava tasked and like her classmates sent. As soon as i can knock you like started. Dating again. And i was just like trip. Me up was braces or cool now. Yeah yeah i know. Oh my gosh. Like i still rock retainer every now and then when i feel like my that's just in and my just like it's like wow. What a though like so excited like what like okay so bad. My older daughter had to get braces. And i'm like you know it'd be okay and we'll be on their own. No that's cool. I can pick up rubber bands. I gave different colors. Like what you know. I i- racist resort key for me as a kid. Breeches were essential for me. So i was really excited. Says i i mean i remember braces two years three months four days. I remember exactly on. Because i had horrendous seat. I got voted best. Smile at the joke when i was in junior high because of how whore oh really. Oh kindred spirits pershing. Junior high was voted best. Because i never smiled. Because i didn't like. Oh yeah i got. Yeah i got voted and thankfully. I was on your book and i just started crying when i was counting votes and my teacher wouldn't allow it. She was like no. We're not putting that in there. I'm just like i did. I run i dig it best draft though so i've always been this weird like People yeah people like me and people made fun of me at the same time you know very much still can say so you know that is the world we live in exactly. It's it's like the precursor to social media. I mean it's been thirty. Plus thirty five years since i graduated high school and had just said somebody reach out to me and say you always have the best hair in high school and like oh my god. I hated my hair in high school. I was such a A i mean. I was the typical like weirdo. And my family like i think any model story. It's like i grew up as decorating. But i make no i. I wasn't a good duckling like for sure. And then you know like punk rock saved my life like you know most kids and then i found my style and from punk rock and scott and all that i got into rockabilly which was really easy for me because i had so much older influence in my life with my parents were big music trump. He's my dad was an old car guy. I had my aunt used to babysitting united go next door. And her neighbor was the Older man that you'd be original likes nineteen fifties dj and make mix tapes. So when i discovered rockabilly. And all that i really got into my style is roxanne went. I got outta high school. Like i only went to sophomore year. And then i did The college program that i got accepted into. I didn't see my peers. After i was sixteen i was like out by like you're mean and i'm like the weirdo wearing cat is and it's not been converse and like i'm out of here and then years later with you know mice based facebook all of that and i started modeling there like i only pat across her new or i wanted my newspaper cheating off. My paper is like shut up like like like like no. Don't tell me. Because i was desperate for date and like junior high and high school and nobody was asking me out of my class so like zip it something. So when he was exact same way. Oh really cute or live. Pinup girls are starting to panic on. She said a lot of guys start hitting her up on facebook. All you always always liked you in high school like what. Yeah no no. You didn't know. I mean i mean i asked my did meet up with a few of like my old presses like when i was like an adult like matt up for a drink or they haven't seen you in so long and it definitely made sure i left With the upper hand at the end of the know like like why didn't you ask me to stating hawker not sadie hawkins. I would ask them but you know why. Didn't you ask me.
New York City's Open Storefronts program has been extended through September 2021, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.
"This is some encouraging news for small business owners in New York City Mayor De Blasio is extending the Open storefronts program. This program helps small businesses struggling through this pandemic by allowing them to sell items and services on sidewalks outside their store. This is going to be allowed now to continue until at least September 30th of next year. Small Business Services commissioner Jenelle Doris Day extension of this Open storefronts program is a breath of fresh air for our small business community, but also it will bring revitalization that we're looking the resurgence of our city to come back stronger, and the city is adding stores and restaurants that sell prepackaged food to the program. I'm Scott Pringle, double the O R news.
Secrets from the Happiness Lab With Laurie Santos
"All right. Let's get to today's episode. Twenty twenty as we all know sucked extremely hard already but we may now be entering into even more difficult months ahead as winter sets in and the case loads appear to be rising so we asked professor. Laurie santos to come on the show. She is overflowing with science based strategies for navigating this difficult time this is the second episode and our two part series that we are semi facetiously calling. Winter is coming. If you missed last week's episode zindel segal a pioneer in mindful treatment for depression and anxiety. Go back and check that. One out laurie. Meanwhile as a tenured professor at yale where she teaches a blockbuster course unhappiness. she's also now. The host of a really popular podcast. A really great podcast called the happiness lab and in this conversation we talk about how to handle the holidays in a pandemic how to have hard conversations with your family combating pandemic fatigue in your own mind. The need to double down on self care these days. Why the things we think will make us happy. Probably won't and the cultivation of jomo the opposite of fomo and time effluence. Here we go. Laurie santos laurie santos. Thanks for coming on. thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. So let me just start with your course which there been a bunch of articles about your course in the new york times in new york magazine and so i've been following your work for a long time. But can you just describe how you became interested in teaching this students. And why you think it took off in such an incredible way. Yeah so it. All started when i took on a new role so i've been teaching for over a decade. Now which makes me feel very old but in just the last couple of years. I took on this new position. I became a head of college on campus. And so y'all's one of these weird places like hogwarts where they're like colleges within a college like connect griffin doris leather in sort of thing And so i'm head of silliman college no relation to slither and even though people get that confused but what that means that. I live with students on campus. Like my house is literally in the middle of their quad. I e with them in the dining hall. I kind of hang out with them in the courtyard as i was seeing student. Life up. Close and personal and honestly. I didn't like what i was seeing. I was kinda shocked at the level of mental health. Dysfunction that my students were dealing with it was something. I was kind of blind to while i was like up at the front of the classroom. Which sort of embarrassing. Now in retrospect. But i kind of just didn't see it but you know so many students reporting. They're depressed and anxious and this caused me to like look. Is there something weird about yale or something. We're doing wrong but conceptually to something. We're seeing nationally like right now. The national statistics are really scary over forty percent of college students today. Report being too depressed to function. I shouldn't say today. this is more two thousand. Nineteen sorta of pre kovic time right so in two thousand nineteen over forty percent of college. Students were too depressed to function over sixty percent report. They felt overwhelmingly anxious most days and more than one in ten said. They'd seriously considered suicide in the last year. And so these are national statistics but this bore out what. I was seeing on campus. It just felt like you know honestly. We weren't meeting our educational mission at yale right. We're bringing these students here but you know for students in my lecture and forty percent of the kids out there. Too depressed function most days like they're not learning computer science or chaucer trying to teach them at yale right there just kinda missing it and so i thought it was sort of part of my educational mission to sort of fix this and as a psychologist i thought you know. There's lots of work on the kinds of practices. You can engage with to improve your mental health. It doesn't have to be this way. And so i thought i know i'll develop this whole new class about living a good life and all these evidence based practices students could use. I no idea. I thought it was going to be thirty or so students. Because that's what's typical for a new class. And i remember yale. Students don't register ahead of time so it's like once the classes offered you kind of watch. This little graph of how many students are interested in your course and the i noticed something weird was happening. Was that the graph in most classes went from zero to one hundred students but mine had an order of magnitude difference. It went from zero to one thousand students and then it went over. That and i was like this is strange and that was because over. A quarter of the students at yale wanted to take the class the first time it was offered over a thousand students and so that created lots of logistical hurdles. Like finding a concert hall. That was big enough to fit everyone. You know joked about putting it in the football stadium but that would be a little cold. And yeah i mean when it showed me. Was that students you know. They don't like this culture of feeling stressed anxious. They're really like searching for solutions. And i was sort of proud of them because they were really looking for evidence based solutions. Like they didn't want platitudes or just kind of self help but they wanted to know what did the science say about how you could live healthier.
The Shocking Truth about the Nursing Shortage in the United States
"Shortage causing concern is the pandemic continues into the winter months. Doris wanted Bernie Minute. With that story. As the Corona virus pandemic surges across the nation and infections and hospitalizations rise. Medical administrators are scrambling to find enough nursing help, especially in rural areas and and small hospitals. And health systems are turning to short term travel nurses to help fill in the gaps in Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently announced that he was sitting 75 nurses and respiratory therapist to El Paso to help handle the city surge. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued emergency orders, making it easier for nurses from elsewhere to practice in his state and for retired nurses to come back Bernie Bennett
How Doris Burke Became An Accidental Pioneer
"We'll. So Dana I can you tell us a little bit about your own relationship with Doris Burke Yeah? I'm Lucky Kavita I. Mean I worked at ESPN for eight years. So Doris was one of the people that I interacted with frequently. I mean we had so much in common with our love for college basketball and we would just chat at games or she shoot me a text. Love that story that you did today you are. You're just you know you did a great job you knocked it out of the park or I would text her. So we've gone back for years and She's just always been the same. That's the coolest thing I can say about Dr is I don't care if she's super popular people are making t-shirts. Drake and all this, and she's still the same that she was when I first met her how would you describe her on air personality and her style in the booth I think what people like about Dr She's She's she's very intelligent and on point about all of her observations, he's got US billy. Donovan says excellent lower body strength and he doesn't reach over. Don't give the official even a window cut the angle. She is not loud. She's not there's no stick to her tough shot contest. Yes. Yes she says something and she really hones in her. She really calls somebody out everyone's Kinda like both. To Me is where Andrew Wiggins has stood in the corners on several possessions. Like steals reporter to. And if you talk to people in the game, they actually say that they they are very respectful of her opinion and they know if she has a problem with something, then there's a problem. We'll Dana you recently wrote a profile on doors for the athletic I. can you tell us a little bit about her background and her early days? She's like a lot of us or at least like me you know kids that grew up just interested in sports. Super. Star Sable. Start Tonight number eleven she moved from Long Island to the Jersey shore to a small town happened to be a park across the street and a basketball hoop and it was like divine intervention right? She hadn't really played a lot of basketball growing up in Long Island. But when she moved, she was young enough that she just that's where she went and there was never a sense of Oh Doris girls don't play sports. It was just whatever you're busy go outside and play sable from outside. and. So she just became a really good ballplayer where really good basketball players are often developed, which is on the playgrounds took all comers boys girls didn't care. The BUZZER GUARD SABLE Head. And grew into a good enough. Basketball players to get a scholarship to providence. We forget that that was a really big deal for young women. Athletes are just weren't a lot of them. That wasn't normal and she recognize it immediately as what it was. It was a ticket for her to get to college and pay for college and established herself in a career. She wasn't there was no WNBA obviously, she knew that this was the path for her future in her life and she just kinda followed it along. Well, she definitely likes to make fun of herself when talking about in her plane, I had it all going on bad hair bad teeth bad clothes, and the only thing I care about whether my jump shot would ever Mack my triple driveability. She does she downplays herself. She doesn't think she wasn't. You know whatever she wasn't the greatest player. You know she was more of a thoughtful player than a an athletic player that sort of thing. Yeah. I mean she's very self deprecating even about her broadcasting career, which is just hilarious. But again, that's what makes Dr. Stars is that she doesn't take herself too seriously. How did she get her start in broadcasting accidentally which I think I can relate that myself but in her circumstance she was coach she went back to providence to be a coach but then she got married and she got to look around. You know this was back when there weren't a lot of. MOMS that were coaches, you know a lot of coaches, maybe one or the other they couldn't do both and she really thought I want to start a family. So she stepped away from coaching and by Dumb luck at the same time Providence decided you know what? We could put a couple of women's basketball games on the radio and we need somebody to do the radio for us and Ella Dar's. You're sitting there. Why don't you do this and she did and she jokes pie five people are listening you probably honestly not wrong. Let's be honest providence women's basketball and some regional network probably not like drawing huge numbers but she loved it and it was easy and it was comfortable and that just sort of Begat one opportunity after another and an big break came because one of the men's basketball. Analyst for the Big East Games couldn't make it into a providence men's game and they were desperate and that she tells us hilarious story was at the emergency room with her son. He had fallen off the weight bunch cut his head open blood everywhere. She's GONNA to bloody shirt and they told her to come down and do play by play and she said, well, I can't play by play but I'll do the color and boom she's on TV and there she. Is I mean no intent to climb some corporate ladder it just sort of opportunity presented itself and she took it.
Trump Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Former Model In 1997
"A new accuser steps forward against president. Donald. Trump, this is former model, amy. Doris. Who tells the Guardian trump sexually assaulted her near a bathroom in his VIP box at the US Open this was in New York in one thousand, nine, hundred, seven she was twenty four years old at the time trump then fifty one. When I came out of the bathroom Donald was waiting outside the bathroom I don't remember what he said but he was. Talking. Said something but I was just like, no no, and I was like. Nervous laugh laughing like, no, you know get away with and he just grabbed me. And he just shoved his tongue down my throat and I was pushing them off in the nets won his grip became tighter and. Hands kind of. Very groupie. On the record the Guardian also reports there was able to corroborate aspects of the story. The doors told her mother and a friend about this alleged incident immediately afterward. But she also says, she saw trump on two other occasions shortly thereafter, she also told other friends about it and her therapist in later years. NBC News is reporting. This story was not immediately able to independently confirm those details at the Guardian chased out. We should note as well. Trump's lawyers deny these claims they told the Guardian she never raised the allegations with police or Donald trump the trump campaign also denying the account and a new statement. To NBC, news it calls the allegations quote totally false NBC News has also. Reached out to the white. House official comment. The wider context is that over a dozen different women have accused the president of a range of sexual misconduct and assault that includes a writer aeging, Carol who has a defamation lawsuit against trump over the way he denied the claims that's also currently working its way through the courts
Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally
"Hurricane season. Still active. Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two storm this week. Teddy, now upgraded to a Category three storm, which is expected to approach Bermuda this weekend. It does not appear poised, Tio pose a risk to the U. S mainland once Hurricane Sally is now a post tropical depression but still producing torrential rains over the Carolinas with a few tornadoes possible. Further south cleanup is underway along the Gulf Coast. ABC is Jim Ryan says Flash flood warnings have followed in the storm's way Even hours before landfall. The predictions were forced alley to take a swipe at New Orleans. But the Crescent City barely felt a Brea says the storm turned the East Doris Tires lives near the spot where Sally came ashore. I think that hurricane caught everybody off guard because it was supposed to get in New Orleans, it came to Gulf shores, She decided not to evacuate, facing the 100 Mile, an hour winds and extreme flooding at home. Thomas take. She says she won't make again, Jim. Really in
University Of Illinois Hospital Nurses In Chicago Enter Day Two Of Strike
"Stay two of weeklong nurses strike at the University of Illinois Hospital. More than 800 nurses walked off the job Saturday morning, but a judge ordered 500 critical care nurses to continue working you? I see nurses like Doris Carol or fighting for better pay more personal protection equipment and smaller patient loads. When you have enough nurses at the bedside, then they can practice in the art of nursing way. All are highly degreed way. Know what our patients Negotiations are ongoing
Over 800 nurses begin strike at Chicago hospital
"Hundreds of nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago are now on strike. Illinois Nurses Association president Doris Carol says they're striking for a number of reasons. Major issues are safe staffing. It always has been for many years for nurses at this hospital in Chicago in Illinois. And across the country. It has never changed. Talks broke down around 1 30. This morning, the university went to court to try to prevent the strike. Stating its concern for public health. A judge ruled that about 500 critical nurses aren't allowed to walk off the job but can participate after their shifts.
"doris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The story about Doris held doors had a boyfriend that she was head over heels in love with my mother Jess didn't like and one time I remember being in the kitchen and saying something about how handsome this guy was my mother said you think he's handsome I said mom Dorsey's boyfriend when when he comes over here all the girls neighborhood come up with some excuse to come in the house so they can just gawk at he had beautiful teeth an amazing body beautiful skin he look like city forty eight in his prime and my mother said I don't think he's good looking and my mother was not kidding when she does not like you she can't see anything good about you even your physical features no longer are appealing to her I knew she was telling the truth and I said mom you don't like him do you and she said no I don't I swear mom because you don't like him you have an inability to see him as a handsome guy that he is and I again told about all the girls neighborhood the contrivance used to come in the house when this guy comes over and she said I don't see it and she admitted that she did not like it well fast forward it turns out that the guy was married not estranged married and had kids and applied to Doris the whole time he was with her and my mother just instinctively knew it and she said I told you I did not like if there was something about him that made me know he was not trustworthy and I just knew it and my dad laughed and he said yes your mom is exactly like that she has a sixth sense for people and she always did my dad and I again we're talking about the things I had done because he thought of me as a choir boy and I told him that my younger brother Dennis and I never ever ever got along that not that he didn't know that because many of the weapons that we got had to do with Dennis in the fighting and I told my father of the last fight Dennis and I had and we were I was seventeen in there for sixteen Dennis's fifteen much younger and my brother.
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