14 Burst results for "Katie Douglas"

"katie douglas" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"So, you know, I get it. So I think that that's a big piece of it. How do you, how do you deal with the dynamic? Like you mentioned, if high school kids getting recruited to this programs, and then suddenly someone shows up and they're further down the depth chart. So how have you dealt with in your recruiting, you know, just making sure that people understand that dynamics can change and the roster construction changes, like, how do you keep people mentally involved if they've been recruited and now there's someone over them? Well, I think what we do on our recruiting business when they come on their business now obviously COVID year was different, right? We're doing this to try to recruit an individual and their families. We do a depth chart. We put that depth chart up there so they can see by position. I don't lie. I see by position and I tell them, but I would like to recruit versatile players because again, that's the way the game is going, right? You may be recruited to be able to be a point guard, but you have the size, you know, an ability to shoot the ball. We can swing you, right? We can swing into play different positions. I just honest. And I tell them this all the time. You know, as a freshman, you compete, you show me getting the gym, you show me your locked into it. I'm going to play you, right? Because ultimately, you look at it seems are being successful right now. They got about 9 or ten deep that they can go into late in the run with that. But you know, at the same time, if you're not, if you're afraid of competing, you're afraid of, you know, you're being uncomfortable. I'm just honest with them. And let's not play as a freshman. Now, I was playing with the likes of Katie Douglas, who was the holy American. And I know I didn't have to wait my turn. I just knew every day. I was gonna get challenged. And Kelly Kamara, who's at marquette. Those players were already there. They want to that's the championship. I didn't care. All I knew was that my mentality was going to respect them. I was going to compete. And that's all I think that is really about. And sometimes you may compete, but you just have to wait your turn. And how many of those freshmen are waiting to turn? Right? Like how it used to be. You just waited your turn. You had first and that players didn't play until their junior year. And I know it's not the same that way right now because you got the portal. But I think the ones that understand that, right, continue to have success. And I'm going to be honest with you. That's why we've had success here because the terrance that Katie Farrell's the Clare Chastain waited. But they also got a chance to learn a state in the system that they also help with those French men and say, listen, they can tell those stories. I didn't play my freshman year, but I wear my turn. I was competitive. I was locked into that. So I think you have to use your upper class as well to when you don't have that, that's where your assistant coaches come in and that's that play of that put that relationship with the player to coach. I have those conversations as well too, but those assistants are so vital. And as I know, because that's why I was a damn good assistant because I got that piece. And I spent that time of developing those relationships to where, you know, they got it, they understood. But all of them didn't do it, but for the majority of the time I knew that that was my responsibility was part of that. You touched on it a bit earlier, but with recruiting in regards to the transfer portal, how important is it to maintain those relationships, even if you're recruiting a player so hard and they don't commit to you. They go somewhere else. I feel like now it's a whole different ball game. It's important. It's absolutely important, right? Again, it is, again, deja Benjamin, right, recruited her. She did commit to us, right? I left to take a different position to grow as an assistant. It's important because right, those kids pop up in the portal. So what you do calm again, coach, I do remember you, and I do remember we had great conversations. You wouldn't disrespectful. You understood, right? We've been told, we had told no all the time. We get told to all the time, but you know, it's always that lasting impression. I always tell our kids they get our first time, you get a lasting impression. And I always say, hey, listen, I always wish you the best. Now, my number won't change, wherever I go, my number's not changing. So just knowing you see this number pop up, you know, don't take that out of your phone. I don't take the numbers out of my phone either. I keep them. Because, you know, eventually, you hopefully, they can't go to the portal, you can absolutely call them. But you know, it may not always go away either, right? Because it could be looking for something else too. So you can call them and say, hey coach, you really, I do, I enjoyed you in the process, but I just want to either get closer to home or I just feel like this is a better place for me to go consistent with who I want to play with..

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"katie douglas" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"Is one of my favorite players in W history. So obviously I went with my heart. Swing cash. Oh. Good pick. I think okay. The current roster of Dallas wings and all I mean, everyone on this current Dallas roster is less than four years in the league. Riquet and maverick are going into their fourth seasons. So, and they're like, that's what made the All-Star Game last year and was the All-Star Game MVP. And it made me who probably was the first all star out. She was on that bubble of like maybe she's in maybe she's out. She didn't make it. Two really young players who have a lot going on, plus sob Lee, who's going to enter third year plus the trio we always talk about between Collier and queer and Dungey, we're going to enter their second year plus whoever the draft this year. There's so young. You know who they need. They need a strong 6 one forward. He knows a thing or two about winning in a couple of different cities. She's another player. 6 seasons in Detroit, four in Seattle, two in Chicago, two in New York, which is all over the place. But that's who I'm going with. I think that's obviously she brings some scoring, but that's scoring in 6 rebounds a game goes a long way, but it's more just about how much I would trust her to kind of be The Rock that that team is leaning on. Because right now, I think the wings are really leaning on a Google wallet to be everything. And she sometimes tries to do too much on the offensive end, and probably not enough on the defensive end of being honest. And I think if they had someone to take that load off and sort of be the foundation of the team, you get a lot better production out of every day because you could play her game and not force so much. And you could get maybe as your third piece of that. I think every good basketball team usually has about three pillars that is built on, and then a lot of other glue pieces that you add to the mix. And between swing cache and mabry Enrique, then you can let solidly come along and be like The X Factor. And then you can let some of those rookies develop. And especially I would like to see Charlie Collier and a lot queer kind of learn at the feet of it. Have there ever. I like it. You talked about adding experience to a young team and that's I know we've brought that up a couple times. Winning experience or just experience overall, I dug a little bit deep and I don't know how I feel about this. But I figured if I could squeak this player in in any form, I wanted to. So for Dallas, I'm going to go back to when they were the Tulsa shock and had Sheryl swoops play for them for a season. That was a hard decision. Yeah. So I'm gonna go with swoops. I don't even know what to say. Other than you're welcome to every Houston comets fan that's out there for working in one of the original big three into this episode. But yeah, bringing Sheryl swoops back to Dallas for all the reasons that you stated I think that she also fits that mold perfectly. Sorry. She's only won four titles and you know two scoring titles, three MVPs. She might be skewing how we talk about modern day stars. Like, when we're like, oh, and superb kind of does this too to an extent. When we talk about like, oh, they have one only one ring. Breeze got two, but she's got potential for more. Let's see what she could do. She's got two. But those early four runners was like taurasi's got one MVP and super doesn't have an MVP. They really set the bar astronomically high those comments. Absolutely. So if there was ever a shot for me to get to get cherry swoops in, she also technically played for Seattle, but I don't have her for my Seattle pick. So I went with swoops for Dallas. Logan, how much time do you want to spend with Andy? The rest of you episode. Do we just both want to say the same name or are you going to are you going to surprise me? On the canon three, one, two, three. Tamika catchings, yeah. Logan. I love love for Katie Douglas and those are the players that play there. But I think tamika catchings is the number one the most accomplished player in WNBA league history. Yes. And we've talked about that before, when we put together our WNBA 25 lists, we did that with number one. Choose my number one. I think she was the show's consensus number one. I remember two was with terrace I think going to. A lifer in Indiana and all star virtually every single year that there wasn't an Olympic break. Never had a bad season, honestly. Never had a season where I think she had one season where she played less than 20 games. I mean, she was always out there super consistent did everything you could ask a player to do on the floor. I'm not going to spend.

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"katie douglas" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on The Lab

"To the list of career win shares in the wnba found out basketball reference dot com keeping in mind. That wind chairs isn't a perfect metric. Either since it depends on the success of each individual team but still the top twelve players by career win shares are all represented on the list. The player ranked lowest on the list by witcher's is teasha pinna chiro who played on some stacks monarch teams and is considered as of the best if not the best point guards in league history. So who are the players with the most wind shares. Who didn't make the list. The top five are tasma claims franklin ranked thirteenth in career win chairs penny taylor at sixteenth. Katie douglas seventeenth rebecca brunson at eighteenth and wanna bonner. Who's the only act of player among these five and will certainly continue to rise from her current rank of nineteenth in career. Win chairs for my money. I would like to rebecca brunson. On the w twenty five list she had set the total rebounding record before sylvia fowles past her last year. She won five. Wnba titles for with the links and one with the monarchs and she was an all star five times. obviously then someone would have had to be left off. And that's i understand. that's tricky. I feel like a young player. Like graham stewart has plenty of time to win more accolades and though she's been fantastic for the sport i just don't think her impact has been quite as profound yet and at at twenty seven. She's she's the youngest but player on this list. There will be yet another chance for debate. The league wants fans to pick the greatest wnba player of all time through. Its vote for the goat drive. You vote for one player among these twenty five through september nineteenth on wnba dot com or the wnba app and on twitter using the wnba goat..

"katie douglas" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"I don't know i don't know how her name above like brunson penny taylor katie. Douglas like she's a lot of players at becky. Hammon breaks top twenty in steals assists in points. She sixth overall in assists. The only thing that hurts becky hammon stock. She's probably the start finish career the highest profile player to have a title. And yeah if you choose anyone else on that list it's gonna be a alot liberty a witherspoon or something like that and so that's the one thing that her potential stocks so so that's why she squeaked in with me but i think if she was able to pull in hardware it would have helped her case. But i think that made a lot of sense. Like becky's was when i don't even put recency into that a lot of people might but that wasn't even a thing with me. Tino was eleventh on my list. She's tina charles. If people just have decided to stop talking about. I suppose for this. If logan would have had tina in her in his top twenty five at all. Tina would probably been. Maybe in the top fifteen. Because stephen nye both had tina like really high and rachel and hugo included or so if logan would ahead teen i think that she would have been maybe really high and so she was the first one so i we ranked these all three of us had a consensus that they made the list. They were the first one pick. And then tina makes next at twenty two. I mean because when you go up and down you know. All the non wind share things right. It's seventh in points third in rebounds. She has a rookie of the year. Tabuchi is an mvp eight all-star bids but we just got to talk about hammond. The one big thing that team has got. She doesn't have hardware like she. She doesn't have a title intact. she's got. She played for the three famous teams to see me title. But you went choosing connecticut. And she was in new york and so she you know that's the one thing that if she had a ring or to. I think yeah elevates. I think is actually in a bunch different discussion than what she's in right now. I think there are a lot of people that are maybe nine the elite elite but that's secondary list of players. We talk about tina charles comfortably second. Yeah i mean obviously you can. Fans are pissed off. I don't have like six or something but like it's yeah think it's makes sense. That one's good. I just i gotta get over the teacher things just like distracting.

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"katie douglas" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"And again stats wise looking at the records. As people like diana's atrocity are just starting to surpass teasha penetrator are just starting to pass katie smith lindsay. Whalen i that that means something that has to mean something when some of the greatest playing now and that have been the greatest for a long time are just now catching up to some of these players. That have been retired for a while. I love it number. Twenty five on my list also a little bit of an aspirational person. Someone i really believe is the future of this league. And that's asia wilson. I think that asia is non deserving of this. I think i talked about it. Two episodes ago. I tend to skew on. Oh this is something for people who aren't in the game anymore. And i had to really challenge that thinking because there are players now that already are on target to be as good if not better than some of the greats that are generally accepted to be greatest that i've ever played in the wmba. And i think asia wilson is one of those players. That's my top twenty five no teaspoon. No sloot no thomson taller over and known. No kansas parker. Okay goodbye. that's the show. I'll catch all next week. I talked about this before. I don't i honestly don't know what it is. I don't know if it's tennessee thing. I don't know if it's that kind of stepped away from the wnba a little bit and that's when candace parker was playing. I mean yes. I can look at stats and i can do that stuff. I'm an eye test. I'm a field person again. Everyone on this list of seventy two players had the credentials. They had the criteria. It's a matter of picking for me. What it means to represent the best twenty five players in the league candace parker deserves to be on the w twenty five and so my contradicting myself. Maybe some of y'all be like no. She's talking about okay. We'll you're a hater So hello to you but It's hard it's hard I acknowledge that. I may be have this And it's not. I don't know hate candace. Parker don't know me. As far as i know i mean i ain't got no beef with her. As far as i know it's just. I don't know i don't know i don't know but candace parker Is an amazing player. It is definitely some type of Conscious subconscious bias or block. That i have that. I don't always immediately think about candace parker at the top. I'm working through a job. I'm working through it but my list is my list and we'll see how i did. I think there's some other people that i missed out on that. If not this year in the future. I mean katie. Douglas doesn't get the love. she deserves. Cheryl ford i don't have shamikh. Whoa hold squall or natasha howard on this list in an alternate universe in the multi-diverse there are so many amazing combinations that can be a w twenty five on this list and if we keep the lead going eventually will get a lot of them on there. I think elena della done. Linda dilettante played for washington. I was like yo. Why didn't you tell me about. Add and folks. eric were. You've been like we've been telling you about e d. And i was like well i wasn't trying to hear it. Then you gotta tell me again like okay. Just let me be surprised. Like damp elena. Della don is kinda the truth. unfortunately we haven't always seen a healthy. Add but when you get a healthy. Oh my gosh it's beautiful. It's beautiful watch. So i know that. But she's not on my list so that's my list of. I'll say it one more time again. Simone augusta's sue bird dewana bonner swin cash to meet a catching tina. Charles cynthia cooper. Sylvia fowles yolanda griffith britney griner. Becky hammon lauren. Jackson john quayle jones. Lisa leslie.

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"katie douglas" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

07:46 min | 9 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"She meets six of the seven criteria to make a catching also with six of the seven criteria. Tina chow with five of seven. All defensive all star all wnba team current top forty ranking and a major individual end of season award. Mvp baby eight-time all-star. I could go on about tina. But we don't have time for all that nafisa collier meets four of the seven criteria all defensive all star team all wnba and major end of year award. Rookie of the year was in All wnba second team selection. Two time all-star excetera big coupe raise the roof for coupe meets five of the seven criteria. Elena delon also with five of the seven criteria has a championship has been an mvp two times over. Also rookie of the year can't forget that. So really racking up there erica. The cells up love that erika desouza wnba championship with la currently all time. Top forty rebounds per game total blocks fourteen. Let's go schuyler digging. Smith i got to see scarlett digging smith last night in new york and yes she was putting on a show and yes she now. I tweeted something. I tweeted that. She was kind of trolling the new york liberty bench. She definitely was trolling. The new york liberty bench but She didn't say anything. She just was holding her three ball stance and just mean mugging grilling grilling the sideline just so happens. That jasmine jones is injured. Unable to play against phoenix. Anyway sips team moving on to. Mika dixon meets four of the seven criteria katie douglas. Five of the seven criteria cheryl ford six of seven criteria including three championships with the g. Detroit shock loved to see it. Sylvia fowles sylvia fowles. I saw tweet saying we need to put sylvia thousand. Mvp conversation sweet. Sil is a silent assassin. But she put on for minnesota the other night sylvia fowles six of the seven criteria met jennifer gillam. Love this four of the seven criteria met including the parole sportsmanship award chelsea gray. The point god has four of the seven criteria obviously won a championship with los. Angeles is a four-time all-star selection and is thirty fourth overall in total assists and thirteenth overall in assists per game yolanda griffith six of the seven criteria. I'm gonna move a little bit quicker through these brittany. Griner six of the seven criteria becky hammon four of the seven criteria. Remember becky has already made one of these all. wnba teams tiffany hayes. Also with four of the seven you love to see it. Currently ranks top forty among all players points per game at thirty one holds cloth four of the seven criteria natasha howard. Six of seven criteria. Lauren jackson six of seven criteria. I loved this one. Brienne january four of seven criteria asia jones for seven cri- criteria. John quincy jones five of seven criteria. Crystal langhorne also five of seven kara lawson for of seven including a championship with a sacramento monarchs. Betty lennox four of seven criteria on a championship with seattle. Lisa leslie noar. You'll ever to time. Wnba champion with the los angeles sparks also is a three time. Mvp two-time final mvp two-time events player of the year and a peak performer. In rebounding three seasons dirt. Okay lisa you better go off or she did go off. Jewell loyd meets five of the seven criteria to titles of course with the seattle storm and rookie of the year. A a rookie of the year award angel mcconnachie meets five of the seven criteria like tina charles. She's missing out on that championship though. We'll see who can get there. I unfortunately mccaw tree out again. With injury taj mcwilliams franklin six of seven criteria including two wnba titles one with the shock one with the minnesota lynx. Ama- envy meese amon who will not return this season to the washington mystics but meets four of the seven criteria a finals. Mvp a championship. Obviously with washington blocks per game is top forty at number thirty three deletion milton jones. Four seven criteria meant. Let's gow renee. Montgomery let's go for of seven criteria met including two championships with minnesota speaking of the minnesota lynx. Yet can't say minnesota without maya moore. She meets six of the seven criteria including four total championships with minnesota. That's fantastic deanna nolan. Six of the seven criteria including three championships with the detroit shock gay album while a four of the seven criteria is a scoring leader or has been the scoring leader was all wnba. First team has been all star was in the race for rookie of the year. But that's a whole nother story. I'm gonna skip around here wendy palmer. For of seven candace parker six of seven teasha penetrate through six of seven. Jia perkins for seven criteria. Met planet pearson. Four of seven criteria met cappon pond. Dexter we've talked about her before six of the seven criteria nicole powell who wanna title with sacramento. Most improved player is top forty in total steals at thirty eight for of seven criteria met epiphany prince for of seven criteria men including getting that chip with seattle where she's back ruth riley four of seven criteria met including two titles with the detroit shock with bad boy bill and beer on the bench danielle robinson five of seven criteria met katie smith. Six of seven criteria meant brianna stewart. Six of seven criteria met sarah cheryl soups also six of seven criteria. Meant we already know for titles with houston defensive player of the year my goodness two times fantastic diana rossi. Five seven criteria met penny taylor. Four of seven criteria nikki teasingly five of seven criteria met tina thomsen. Four of seven criteria met christie tall over five of seven criteria. Met courtney vander sloot teresa weatherspoon for of seven criterium at each lindsay. Whalen already been on one of these lists so has teaspoon..

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"katie douglas" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

08:55 min | 11 months ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"That was the harder for me. They has to win themselves. ask sweating cash. Katie's man she would play our say the hardest warn the hardest one for me to go and he's middle's tells us a bucky yoyo. We live on location mandy miles in orlando but today we got something special. This is hall of fame. That is right here. The to do with women all man. We're going to stay right here. It is time this is indiana. Fever's finest is to mika catching appreciate you. I remember when i i saw. You will hurt about you when you were at stevenson. You and your sister plan. Thank you back to that when you got going then. Being dad was we was. I was coming up for you plan blah when you start. I thought we got done it in third grade but when you fast forward play eleven year the nba. We are on a lower him his last year in second grade exit first grade. We moved italy for a year and then we came back to the states and kind of settled in a little bit. But you're by the time we got the high school being on the same team my sister match-winning or twenty one months apart. She the oldest. I'm the baby of the three of us and Remember being on court with her talk about like the twin. They have that makes sense. Yeah and we had literally. I would get a rebound and that. Just throw it up Rideau she do get it to a sweet spot at high school coming through the same time. And i'm like shawn stevenson. Got the catching some light. Man ooh these guys the numbers. Y'all with both can live like man that had to be like dope cut. Dane other good days. Tell me this was it in high school. did you get the like. When did you record the quintuplet. The quintuplet double am i saying that. Right that's crazy like twenty five points. Eighteen rebounds eleven and says ten ten blocks who the hell do that who like this video was had the billion dollars baker. That guy real. That's crazy like who who registered those types of statistics like with that high school. Yeah what happened again crazy. 'cause they told me after the game and i even okay. Everybody does that does that. But just the way you play by play. And i love the game and i think for me. I always just wanted to be the best now. Compared to anybody else like there's a lot of great we talk about the goal of the game. And i'll out because one day on let it be known your you don't see yourself that where your view that where you wanted to go here pro. See shit you guys. I wanna be a bad in our wanted to be the best. And even even when i was younger i could just see myself running all over the place playing defense trying to help everybody else. Be great and magic can happen to there have been any other college. Could got you almost got you over tennessee. I went to usc. Tina thompson least leads like i was like. Oh i went to arkansas code blair. I'm gary blair. I wanted to be like. I love watching him and the way he was. I went to tennessee and our illinois ties with the. But i went and i just kinda like tired. Said she said. I know where your heart is. I know your heart is at tennessee. Don't come here just because the media when she released me like that it was like okay going to tennessee in the state of the bank passionate. Yeah they definitely do one question. I always wanted to ask you. We hear how tough pat summitt is. And i watched your career since uh long long time ago and use like always the seiger a nice black man like did they ever break you. How tough she was on your like. How was it for pet summit to be your coat. I'll let you go to like one of the top school without knowing that you're gonna have somebody here everything single dad. And that's what pat words out. She demanded excellent from us at every single level at every single possession often around. I want you to be great defensive. And i want you to be great and i mean you. Don't go to tennessee without knowing that without having expectations of yourself. And they would use the. The three makes in. The three weeks took off like everybody knew two three weeks your team out squad to win them championships into play with I was dead to build like the world know ya'll as three weeks while playing wish may cloud just pay hand down people. Ask me all the time. Who was the played. The hardest And i mean you always go for a player. That's on the other side but going up against me every day impacted as swear like there'd be some time i know i got locked down. Always seen plan is tied around. Make a move so smooth and just like and then just job. I love it. I mean. I love it. I love the way that she played because she pushed me. Every day. i'm practice and then some make our we call her the glove. A talk about lockdown defense. Town of roy moore used to do though deep into drill. Do that would mean and and just to be in that group pinata. Three of us together just being able to go out in the history books and we didn't come in thinking about being the three but right off the batch pat with jay and we'd all we had to come up with some new name. how was it. I was what i heard it like. When you first heard the three weeks. I was there for you. I doubt being affiliated with should make your one of those players that i looked up to even being in the same sense. Yeah like the coming three. Tell me this though after you get the tennessee. Oh freshman year tell me were you expecting a partial season like Head just tell me how that season was go undefeated ingest the world dominate. The way i did because they had the shoulder. Lsu than before that y'all remember that cinderella awesome games in college this year so we came in. I definitely expect nafta undefeated. But when i practice were so hard every single day there were blood. I mean that just like that's how hard we win against each other sometime practices harder than the game. We got down to the end. We were at bandy. I think it was maybe elite eight playing against the north carolina and we were down thing. We were down by ten or eleven with four minutes left to go. Kellie jolly caja also known kellie jolly harper now had coached the tennessee. She came to slam the door down to. We will not lose the stabbing something click. We won the game after that. Yeah we were like we're going. We're gonna win this year on our and we won and actor that was like rookie. The freshman like this. The way college i in the door. Y'all don't lose a game and you looking around like yeah. I get used to somewhere. You came yeah. Advice law in college to caroline. Pack was the head coach. Deputy white on that team. Katie douglas card pigs like they came out the gates. Just like boom. We ever knew what hit us by the time..

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"katie douglas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"katie douglas" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"How dare she be tired of trying hunting it me? What an Asshole for yawning. I'm so interesting. Don't let me leave it to somebody to make yawning sound aggressive. They yawn in our young base. Believe was the definition of an inconvenience. Because I'm pretty sure. Customers are the definition of an inconvenience. That's like a suit literally our job. Viant way to elaborate. Rent can true. Yeah he's all right last one no no go ahead anthony just going to you know to rans point. People are purchasing inconvenience to your inconvenience. Wow well that was actually really well put. I'm glad that I had you say it. It's almost like balancing the force except balanced the deepest thing. I've heard you say this podcast is really revealing for both of you. You're not a piece of shit and Anthony. You're not dumb something. I'm glad I could keep ahead. But his law Katie. We're almost done. I promise all right okay. Autumn also every employee was rude and Abrasive one of which either made a stabbing common at a friend of mine right in front of me while taking my order. My coffee order was so wrong. I ordered cold brew coffee. They serve the old coffee that had gotten cooled from earlier that day. That was so burnt embiid earn. I ended up just throwing it away. Oh my by the way an audit. I think you're one of the best guest readers that we've ever had so congrats. I just try to read with the emotion and empathy that I feel like I would have writing five. I felt it. I felt it so first off a stabbing comment. How did that come about stabbing con- like what could it have been to comment about stepping? Correct Anthony. Yes that's right well. She didn't say what it was. That's what I assumed. Oh so you're saying it could have been a comment. That was like a piercing comment. Because I thought I mentioned in the most literal. I think literally or figuratively. No I I literally thought the starbucks employees. I will stab you if you if you order something. That's too difficult. I don't WanNa make a Frappuccino right now. But organic you take over passive aggressive comment if somebody's just like doing do not order. Not I don't WanNa make one fuck if your sickly saying that. This person got a cool down hot coffee from earlier instead of a cold brew. Well that's a simple mistake. Maybe the person heard old brew instead of cold brew. It might odd. You're right Kasich was saying yeah. Classic Classic starbucks will see anyway. So I would say starbucks. Just keep doing what you're doing. Just keep stabbing and I would say maybe. Stop touching your nose so much but other than that I feel like this is all kosher. All good stuff was the only thing I have a problem with. Probably just like keep your hands off your nose. Maybe instead of a hair nut hairnet have have a nose net. So you news that yes you yourself. Coffee served with a little bit of passive aggression. It adds the flavor. It adds the boldness. I like that. Yeah so be like the sprinkling the bidders in that's true. It's not like kids liking when you bake and Cook easy on a baked love or ain't lake sweeten coffee at the you're right you should be like a little bit like pissed off. If you're making coffee right. I really liked that. Yeah baked brewed with bitterness served with disdain we copyright this or coffee restaurants like no not. Joe's crab shack for the one for they can openly be mean to you all like the like the drag Diners love those but like there's also one that's just like a basically a crab shack that they can. Just be Dixie you. That's every denny's in Arizona but but no I not really well here. Is that where they put the apron on you and they write something like the insult. I lied you're talking about but I can't remember either. I like that coffee shop version of this. Were they right? They write in salt on the her her. A really good idea up does feel like we just made a joint partnership here so instead you put your name and then they also right. Stephan a little bit lazy. I'd cold brew Katie Douglas. This should have gotten up earlier fired because every cup. Just say dump fuck on it being creative and maybe I'll go. Yeah you're not able to express yourself in the creative way for innovation is what we're going for here. This is just lazy. They're like you get the bowl but we don't get the bidder. Both all right good. I like that name ideas for this place will let it brew a little bit and then we'll come back to it all right last question. We'd better hurry up because this is the last question this one's from read it and this one says what are some subtle respectful ways to Franson new guy friends. I have a soft flirty voice and caring by nature. I don't WanNa get people the wrong idea. I usually call them fam- or Bro. But that's only after a while of knowing them and I have a boyfriend. Excuse just feels like a growing snowball of lies every time I use it L. disclaimer. I don't care what people think but the skill will be useful work and to avoid future misunderstandings sincerely Gal Pal. So as three men. I don't know if we have some good advice for this but Katie. Have you ever had to friend zone? Someone PRETTY QUICKLY. And how did you? Yeah but I think I'm not trying to shame the question writer at all but there is a certain amount of Like responsibility you have to seek even if you over friendly voice like you're saying you know how you're acting in body language there so much more than just your tone slick the words you're saying the body language in how you're spending time around that person like us to be clear. I think that's one of the things that My fiance likes about me when we first started dating was that I'm super straightforward and no games. So it's like if you don't see someone in a romantic way. But they're getting their wires crossed. It's maybe because you still like the attention. They are still flirting with them. So take responsibility for if you're still being flirty. And then if they're still getting their wires crossing you're being completely clear like talk about other guys around them talk about like if you're talking about lights so in Silver. I find zone so attractive then. You're being pretty clear that you're not attracted to the person in front of you or you're not trying to further things with the person in front of you because it's pretty clear without having to stay right to them. I'm not attracted to and we're just frightens. You don't have to say that you can be clear with like the other things you choose to bring up around them okay. Also like if they say you know what I don't like is lanky white guys that are six two and a half got it. Okay friend Hashtag friend. What about taking a selfie together and then using a Hashtag to get the point across? Maybe because I've seen a lot of that where they take a picture together and then the like Hashtag best friend. Hashtag definitely only friend. Hashtag NEVER BOYFRIEND. Hashtag on my God. That's so bull. It's like in the movie just friends when she gives them the shirt that says friends forever. Oh okay you could also give someone a super friends on gift or you could say as the girl or whoever in the situation you can say. Oh do you want me to set you up with one of my friends because it shows that like if you were interested you would never set them up with someone else. That's a good point. I love that. That is the perfect way to go about it. I think because you're saying oh it's not that you're not an attractive person unless the person that you're setting them up with a complete ago then you're thinking okay. Yeah but I think it's like wow you deserve happiness you're good looking person and then here's your match but it's not me not me right for the love. Oh God no not me. I like that rand. Have you ever been friend zoned before? Let's get personal here. I don't I don't believe that I don't believe in and I think it's like a real but but I do have my coworker. Mild Co worker had the greatest. We know you know one manages that often it. No no no. He's saying the Jana. Oh definitely a Dork. I still I'm a Dork. You were at girls would say definitely not a friend zone comment by I like fifteen I was. I was probably like Oh you can get fringe zone. Began you know with the Voice of eighteen ninety year old Georgia man. But yeah you know. Y- nobody deserves anything for me. I think he can be direct. My coworker though that's made me made me think of her She's great she means she's gorgeous. Like everybody was tiny shop. Cap Is just me and her and everybody would come in like hit on her and her weight she just said she had a wife like she's just like oh. I have a wife like yeah and like it was like her friend that you've been friends with forever like yeah we just say we're like each other's wife. Nobody like he's bringing that up and then nobody really talks about it. You know like that's great so you can't earlier step it so you can't advance that friendship at all with the guy because you have to live in that lie that you have a wife. Yeah great okay. That's good so just start a friendship and ally perfect. That's what we're here for giving really shitty advice. Thank you rent. Anthony view ever been friend zoned before. No I don't think so. Only God oh no just. Didn't I just didn't pursue a lot? It was just a Weirdo. The two guys that are both afraid. I'm show their pictures or video. They're just so strikingly handsome. That birds your word knows more for a lack of ever even trying that I didn't ask true. Yeah there was just never an opportunity to assume Disney before getting actually shot down so it just went from really cocky to really put. Hey Yeah that's pretty much what? It is. Good solid defense. That's called the roll over on your back and you know. I think communication is important. I think like Katie. Said she has to recognize what she's doing that might be her voice and how she's coming across but she also has to understand that that voice and how it comes across guys is oh. I think she might be into me. So being honest setting them up with other people and being cleared telling them yeah lying to them about it is. That's great have you ever have to tell everybody just the people that you're friends with that our guys. Yeah I mean before I friend zoned People when I was dating before I met my fiance. I had a few people say like I would text them. They would ask for a second date or something. There was like two guys specifically asked for a second and I was like I had a genuinely great time with you on our first date but I don't WanNa waste your time. I'm just like I'm not feeling that way and they both thanked me for being direct instead of like dragging it out and then go sing them..

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"katie douglas" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

13:50 min | 2 years ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"That had voices is to keep this from happening. And I say that Sarah because I go back to the Patriots model and you've just triggered this automate. I think you're going back to one of your original questions. Why did I love working for bill and WANNA work with bill and be a partner with bill because Bill Belichick is one of the best listeners that I've ever been around and even though he you know you talk about we shared the role of GM? That's part of the beauty of being with bill when I was in that role even though he had the authority to have all final decisions just like he does with his coaches and coordinators. He Trust people enough to let them make decisions. And as long as you have vetted it and have a smart reason and and saying ticket nonscientific reasons for doing things. They were a lot of success because of the collaboration at the Patriots. And so so. That's why I believe that. It's never one person's fault that loses a game or it's not a coach's fault again at some point in time the general manager and the other people the other adults in the room have an opportunity to stand up and say something if it you know if they don't think things are going the right way and say something about it or they don't and yeah well and also I know that I hope that makes sense early totally makes sense but I think also something that I was thinking about as you're talking to is if you think to yourself I've put these players in a great position and they're successful. Why did they fail me now? You have to think about the players that you drafted really low and well outperformed outperformed your expectations. And what was expected of them because they reflect so greatly on you for the work that they put in and how successful they are and they are just as much you know you have to focus as much on the ones that out did what you expected them as the ones that failed you otherwise. It's a constant failure. Yeah Sara Lee I mean that's a brilliant point because it's not only did the players you know out kick their coverage but the people the coaches and the infrastructure infrastructure that develop those players right the trainers that got them healthier kept them healthy the coaches that worked with them when those players were looking to work extra hours I write this strength and conditioning coach. If the player is part of his thing is developing ingrowing. If it's matthew slater who was a seventh round pick right but wants wants to become this great player yes matthew did the work and he had guidance and help along the way it was coaches. It was trainers it was strength and conditioning folks. It was the player programs director. That that's part of it. No one succeeds or fails alone and you bring up a brilliant point. It's the the development is well. Well why did that player develop you know I it. It takes a village so you decide to step away from the Falcons and you're working as a consultant I'm for the NFL. You do bunch of analyst work but mainly what it feels like you in part stepped away for this. Little Sabbatical of sorts is to focus on a a lot of the work that you do within the football world but not on the field. So you're on the board of the Women's Sports Foundation and you partnered with them to provide assistance to aspiring female football coaches and scouts. You have a Scott Dallas and me appeal family endowed Hugh Scholarship for women at historically black colleges and universities. You're on the board of a bunch of nonprofits. I mean you are over committed I would say in the philanthropic and diversity effort world world. Why are you so committed to this? Can you trace that to something. Well I'll say this. I don't think you can never be over committed. Well that's my philosophy. Veto sleep never relaxed. You can't over commit to helping people I mean. I don't think that there's a ceiling on finding ways to help people that are less fortunate than you I hear what you're saying but I push back a little bit kiddingly but honestly the Ram all of this work. All of this. That you're mentioning is is not anything new. I've been doing this my entire career. My entire life I don't life because when I was younger I was absolutely ah knucklehead and a lot of ways he's so this is nothing new I think people just see it because because some of the things I've been working on and supporting for such a long time it's become come. These things are being talked about more but back in two thousand nine over a decade ago. Now you know I heard that the NFL's first female director of player programs grams in Katie Douglas. So it's not like this is just happening now or just started and you know Brian. Flora's and there's there's a there's a a very large group of young black men than I have hired Over the years Brian floors with an intern for me in two thousand four. Because I I believe that people need opportunities and need to be trained and need to be mentor. it it just part of my life it you ask where traces back to you know. I was You know a curious kid and I'm very I wasn't a smart kid in a lot of ways. I wasn't necessarily the hard working but I paid attention to everything that was going on around me and things affected me as a kid and a lot of different ways. One of the blessings. I've had my life is that I've always been able to feel things and The simplest example I can give in terms of the racial equality worked. I've believed leave in my entire life. I've done the work my adult life but I've always believed in it since the third grade. You know my third grade teacher Miss Cooper. Who's now MRS is? Jackson was the first black schoolteacher in our school district in a town Washington bill and she was one of the most loving caring wonderful wonderful people. I've ever met now prior to entering that classroom. I'd heard a lot of things about what Miss Cooper was going to be. Um I'm growing up in a town Washington but which at the time beautiful people hard working people but many people that had moved out of the Bronx Queens Brooklyn. You know. I mean I'll call it. What is it was part of the nineteen sixties white flight and people were getting out of the city to suburbs that they were Creating to get away from elements that they didn't speak very kindly. So when Ms Cooper becomes the first black flex schoolteacher. I'm hearing a lot of things before into into the classroom from a lot of different people and a lot of different places and I get there and and from day one when you show up and you get off the bus and you have to line up and you're meeting your teacher. She hugged every less kid that came out and every single day that I went to that classroom for the entire third grade. Miss Cooper had a hug. A touch. Approach a closeness a support and a love that was completely unconditional and very much different than many other other teachers and at seven years old and eight years old. I was exposed to ally and and untruthful narrative about people that I've hung to my entire life. She missed cooper so she loo- Well Mrs. Jackson I still can't call her missus Jackson she and I stay in touch. She lives down in DC. Now she's going for one of the most incredible influential people in my life and I tell that story because that was the beginning and at every stage in every year every turn in my life I've been exposed to you seeing things through different prison and that people are marginalized the truth that people are marginalized analyzed. You know in terms of the gender space. Sarah I two sisters who were better than me in every single way growing up okay They were better students. There are truly better. Athletes had grown up in a different era rather than graduating high school in the seventies. They would've been scholarship athletes. I I'm certain of that. They were smart. They were talented They they were more reliable and dependable than I was. But you know I come after them and because I can play football and I'm a dude. I get the opportunity to go to college that they didn't have and to get college paid for that. They didn't have and being a good Catholic. You know or being raised Catholic. Good old-fashioned Catholic guilt stick still sticks with with you and I still think about that. How wrong that was? And how fundamentally wrong that was and watching so many people that I knew uh that were different than me that didn't have opportunities and people. I always hear people say well. They had choices. They made their choices. That's why they ended up where they were and what I say to people that that are that ignorant I say to them. Listen when you look like me you have a different opportunities. My sisters didn't have the opportunity to dream like I dreamt they didn't have the opportunity to think that life could be different like I did and I'm sorry to make this such a serious conversation about you know. Ah That's a big part of my wife Sarah there's people out there that are marginalized don't get opportunities and it's just wrong In my mind and and I've just tried to do things In my own small way to present opportunities for people that deserve opportunity because in this country everyone is supposed hosted deserve an opportunity. That's why this country was created. As far as I can tell the work that you're doing is incredible. I wonder when you're out in football Paul spaces you know everybody. You have worked with the best and the most successful. You're married to someone. Whose Dad is you know a part of this other generation this great great line of of football successes? How easy is it for you to try to push the the work that you're doing and have it be accepted when that's diversity of female female hires diversity of race hires or is there still this sort of old boys club or this is the way it's always been that you run up against absolutely i? It's very difficult Colt and again sometimes It's getting better. It is better and it's nowhere near good enough Is it still difficult with certain with some people. Yes are there others out there that think and believe like me absolutely. I'm not a Unicorn and I think sometimes people are afraid to. They'll they do the work as I like to call. But they're cautious to stand up because when you do stand up publicly there's there's a downside to that so it's better but it's not good Is there pushback still absolutely and there and and as we all know that there's there's People who do things for public optics and or safe things public optics and they say things publicly William and they'll do a little bit here to make the situation look better but they don't either really believe in it but they're not really trying to change things so it is difficult but again I'm not a lone wolf out there. I know some really good people. I'm a I'm sure you do too Dussehra that that are doing this as well. We just need more people doing it and more people feeling confident about themselves and not being worried about the people that you help here. I think a big part of what the problem is. I think that I am totally comfortable in my space and what my opportunities are. I'm also also very comfortable with the fact that people that I'm helping get to the table if they're better than me and they sometimes they might get a job that maybe I wanted to. If you're a true competitor you know you don't worry about things like that anyway. I hope that answers the question does it really does. It's it's it's super impressive and you know it's great when people like you are so invested in this work because you have the poll and the influence fluence and the agency to actually get stuff done and hopefully turn the minds of some of those around..

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"katie douglas" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Develop those players right the trainers that got them healthier kept them healthy the coaches that worked with them when those players were looking to work extra hours I write this strength and conditioning coach. If the player is part of his thing is developing ingrowing. If it's matthew slater who was a seventh round pick right but wants wants to become this great player yes matthew did the work and he had guidance and help along the way it was coaches. It was trainers it was strength and conditioning folks. It was the player programs director. That that's part of it. No one succeeds or fails alone and you bring up a brilliant point. It's the the development is well. Well why did that player develop you know I it. It takes a village so you decide to step away from the Falcons and you're working as a consultant I'm for the NFL. You do bunch of analyst work but mainly what it feels like you in part stepped away for this. Little Sabbatical of sorts is to focus on a a lot of the work that you do within the football world but not on the field. So you're on the board of the Women's Sports Foundation and you partnered with them to provide assistance to aspiring female football coaches and scouts. You have a Scott Dallas and me appeal family endowed Hugh Scholarship for women at historically black colleges and universities. You're on the board of a bunch of nonprofits. I mean you are over committed I would say in the philanthropic and diversity effort world world. Why are you so committed to this? Can you trace that to something. Well I'll say this. I don't think you can never be over committed. Well that's my philosophy. Veto sleep never relaxed. You can't over commit to helping people I mean. I don't think that there's a ceiling on finding ways to help people that are less fortunate than you I hear what you're saying but I push back a little bit kiddingly but honestly the Ram all of this work. All of this. That you're mentioning is is not anything new. I've been doing this my entire career. My entire life I don't life because when I was younger I was absolutely ah knucklehead and a lot of ways he's so this is nothing new I think people just see it because because some of the things I've been working on and supporting for such a long time it's become come. These things are being talked about more but back in two thousand nine over a decade ago. Now you know I heard that the NFL's first female director of player programs grams in Katie Douglas. So it's not like this is just happening now or just started and you know Brian. Flora's and there's there's a there's a a very large group of young black men than I have hired Over the years Brian floors with an intern for me in two thousand four. Because I I believe that people need opportunities and need to be trained and need to be mentor. it it just part of my life it you ask where traces back to you know. I was You know a curious kid and I'm very I wasn't a smart kid in a lot of ways. I wasn't necessarily the hard working but I paid attention to everything that was going on around me and things affected me as a kid and a lot of different ways. One of the blessings. I've had my life is that I've always been able to feel things and The simplest example I can give in terms of the racial equality worked. I've believed leave in my entire life. I've done the work my adult life but I've always believed in it since the third grade. You know my third grade teacher Miss Cooper. Who's now MRS is? Jackson was the first black schoolteacher in our school district in a town Washington bill and she was one of the most loving caring wonderful wonderful people. I've ever met now prior to entering that classroom. I'd heard a lot of things about what Miss Cooper was going to be. Um I'm growing up in a town Washington but which at the time beautiful people hard working people but many people that had moved out of the Bronx Queens Brooklyn. You know. I mean I'll call it. What is it was part of the nineteen sixties white flight and people were getting out of the city to suburbs that they were Creating to get away from elements that they didn't speak very kindly. So when Ms Cooper becomes the first black flex schoolteacher. I'm hearing a lot of things before into into the classroom from a lot of different people and a lot of different places and I get there and and from day one when you show up and you get off the bus and you have to line up and you're meeting your teacher. She hugged every less kid that came out and every single day that I went to that classroom for the entire third grade. Miss Cooper had a hug. A touch. Approach a closeness a support and a love that was completely unconditional and very much different than many other other teachers and at seven years old and eight years old. I was exposed to ally and and untruthful narrative about people that I've hung to my entire life. She missed cooper so she loo- Well Mrs. Jackson I still can't call her missus Jackson she and I stay in touch. She lives down in DC. Now she's going for one of the most incredible influential people in my life and I tell that story because that was the beginning and at every stage in every year every turn in my life I've been exposed to you seeing things through different prison and that people are marginalized the truth that people are marginalized analyzed. You know in terms of the gender space. Sarah I two sisters who were better than me in every single way growing up okay They were better students. There are truly better. Athletes had grown up in a different era rather than graduating high school in the seventies. They would've been scholarship athletes. I I'm certain of that. They were smart. They were talented They they were more reliable and dependable than I was. But you know I come after them and because I can play football and I'm a dude. I get the opportunity to go to college that they didn't have and to get college paid for that. They didn't have and being a good Catholic. You know or being raised Catholic. Good old-fashioned Catholic guilt stick still sticks with with you and I still think about that. How wrong that was? And how fundamentally wrong that was and watching so many people that I knew uh that were different than me that didn't have opportunities and people. I always hear people say well. They had choices. They made their choices. That's why they ended up where they were and what I say to people that that are that ignorant I say to them. Listen when you look like me you have a different opportunities. My sisters didn't have the opportunity to dream like I dreamt they didn't have the opportunity to think that life could be different like I did and I'm sorry to make this such a serious conversation about you know. Ah That's a big part of my wife Sarah there's people out there that are marginalized don't get opportunities and it's just wrong In my mind and and I've just tried to do things In my own small way to present opportunities for people that deserve opportunity because in this country everyone is supposed hosted deserve an opportunity. That's why this country was created. As far as I can tell the work that you're doing is incredible. I wonder when you're out in football Paul spaces you know everybody. You have worked with the best and the most successful. You're married to someone. Whose Dad is you know a part of this other generation this great great line of of football successes? How easy is it for you to try to push the the work that you're doing and have it be accepted when that's diversity of female female hires diversity of race hires or is there still this sort of old boys club or this is the way it's always been that you run up against absolutely i? It's very difficult Colt and again sometimes It's getting better. It is better and it's nowhere near good enough Is it still difficult with certain with some people. Yes are there others out there that think and believe like me absolutely. I'm not a Unicorn and I think sometimes people are afraid to. They'll they do the work as I like to call. But they're cautious to stand up because when you do stand up publicly there's there's a downside to that so it's better but it's not good Is there pushback still absolutely and there and and as we all know that there's there's People who do things for public optics and or safe things public optics and they say things publicly William and they'll do a little bit here to make the situation look better but they don't either really believe in it but they're not really trying to change things so it is difficult but again I'm not a lone wolf out there. I know some really good people. I'm a I'm sure you do too Dussehra that that are doing this as well. We just need more people doing it and more people feeling confident about themselves and not being worried about the people that you help here. I think a big part of what the problem is. I think that I am totally comfortable in my space and what my opportunities are. I'm also also very comfortable with the fact that people that I'm helping get to the table if they're better than me and they sometimes they might get a job that maybe I wanted to. If you're a true competitor you know you don't worry about things like that anyway. I hope that answers the question does it really does. It's it's it's super impressive and you know it's great when people like you are so invested in this work because you have the poll and the influence fluence and the agency to actually get stuff done and hopefully turn the minds of some of those around. Maybe aren't quite so evolved on it but I know there are some great people in the NFL working on it. I'm obsessed with Sam Rappaport. I think she's like such a little baller and change things. So terrific tremendous tremendous respect for her She's she is terrific. But again you you say that I appreciate you saying the kind words but it really it again. It goes back to what I was saying differently but similarly tell me about bill and the time of the browns doing the quality work believing inequality is really it. It's really pretty simple right. It's not it should be. It should be it. Should be and it Kennedy. So you mentioned earlier. We have to do this another. We're clearly going to because there's so much to get to but we are out of time now so you have to do. The one thing that everybody does and nobody expects the.

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"katie douglas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Five to sixty one Butler winners over southern sixty six to forty one Evansville the Green Bay seventy two sixty two Gil win for the Jaguars of I. U. P. Y. seventy four sixty five over produced for Wayne Anderson beat now Saint Joseph's eighty to the fifty five Franklin over the fight no excusing Frankel over Earlham eighty two sixty three those defiance over hand over seventy five is sixty nine Transylvania's two ninety nine eighty one rose Holman beat Boston seventy six to sixty one Wabash over Dennison seventy five sixty five Hiram street Y. trying today seventy two to seventy eight yeah the tech once over Goshen ninety three to seventy six in the desert classic in Phoenix it was Mary and falling to the university of Providence ninety one so therefore they will have two more games out west Warner in overtime overseeing Francis and before sixty nine are you east though what is by one ninety five ninety four the overtime over Ohio Christian are you Kokomo be Alice Laurie one oh three ninety five I you southeast of the Cumberlands ninety four seventy six in the fort Wayne mad ants be here a one thirteen ninety three south over Kankakee valley city six to forty two what honey overnight sales sixty eight to forty eight Warsaw over crowd point fifty to thirty eight well we'll see over which killed sixty three fifty five was watching deliver Trinity Lutheran sixty five forty nine western Rossville sixty forty five Westfield Avenue pal Sony five fifty two west view over central noble sixty eight to fifty seven west go over portage fifty four forty whatever he supports our bread Huber GM shooting the basketball coach in New Albany rejoins New Albany be sizing fifty to forty two thousand three used to be a good designs realty tonight didn't you Jim yeah we did nine of them and they're all we did shoot a whole bunch so early I percentage tonight it was just a methodical game signs bill as you well know their scores are usually in the forties or fifties and the Asian also you take good shots in the play very good use rezone defense and so he just not gonna not gonna play sixties seventies against them so once we kind of relax into known that we are very patient we did curry shots up and we're able to stay close and like I said a a go it went back and forth it was a two point game real yet it really wasn't an eight point game but late they missed some shots and at the phallus and like that's realistic off a little bit games like to slowly you're you're young guys grow up and and I think that and I think you've gone I'm sure have talked about and thought about it this only helps you as you will get through the season if it has to happen in terms of the injuries and losing key players please may it be November and December so you can get through it and make yourself better yeah there's no question about that you know we we opened up the Bloomington south we've been to Floyd central we host designs will we go to Carmel next Saturday and you know when you when you mention those four games a year in year out it's gonna be tough games and you know this year with going to South Bay and arguably one or two Floyd central a top twenty and signs bill the top twenty it sure sure and then easy but our young kids of responded they played really well and plan really hard and when we get Julian honor back I I think will be much better ballclub New Albany resigns ill fifty forty two Jim Shea and it's always great to talk to Jimmy best to look next week thanks for the call okay same here Bob have a good night you too thank you Kip Wester joins me the publisher of the Z. greatest magazine of its kind in the country the often imitated never duplicated Hoosier basketball magazine fiftieth year edition of the magazine hello Kip hi there yeah two years into maze when you say those words Donna used to always talk about getting the fifty and unfortunately he died in two thousand seventeen did make it but the Hoosier rascal magazine will make it good fifty years sell well really proud about that all right so we will we talked last night yet cruel ideal on the cover trying to make trying to tie the history of it together it's amazing to me fifty only in our state thank goodness only in India can we have a magazine like this that endorse that long well yeah there's no question and you know I did that missed out to cover two years ago with first year that the the magazine was that Gary Donna to the action was seventy seventy one and John Deere was on the front cover so I kind of took a replica photo of Romeo Lankford and yeah right like a throwback well yeah this year they here in the mid seventies there were a couple of covers one had a collage of an action shots now the one had who your basketball spelled out with some circle you may have seen with can't mention I think was on it so I put those two together and at the top we'll have some head shots great players like you know yeah right bro and Scott Skiles Shawn camp and with girls from Vicki hall to Ruth Riley and Abby compound representing the entire state and then underneath that will be a collage I mention some names yesterday I mentioned Steve offer Damon Bailey Greg Oden Glenn Robinson I think those are the four yeah not be bad four of the best of the last fifty years and then when you've got on the girls side Skylar Diggins in latonya Pollard Jack young Stephanie whiten Katie Douglas he's got a group of five girls and boys pretty outstanding.

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"katie douglas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Baker Street right check in was Paul McCartney with a little lover with a little luck okay and I give you that last one all right through that last that last one well here I'm drawing a blank it does yeah I was bored it's not far neither John but I gotta get to Tina hang in there lore up at Tina Cole would get these all in a row Tina Cole pleasure I can't just leave you on hold too you know because I can't do that so Laura hang in there I'm good how are you well zero it's just a pleasure to talk to you I have to say your friend is very nice for having you call in tonight Laura she's terrific and I yeah I got this text you said well she was talking about you call I'm okay I really enjoy your show thank you whenever I'm in the car I listen to you really I do see that that makes me so happy I can't even tell you I can't tell you I mean you're an icon you are someone that I loved watching on television I love what you guys were doing and it's just really incredible I had no idea I I did she tell you that we have a caller that was asking about who would you rather be neighbors with no I didn't know why he she said he mentioned Katie Douglas and I went thank you for calling him it would be really fun he said who is this was a random thing you said the who would you rather be neighbors with Katie Douglas from my three sons or the second one was weather was sissy from it was a Marcia Brady and the Brady bunch and then the US is he from from family affair family affair I see Katie Douglas well all right ten was a wholesome show it's really so your exam have you lived in Sacramento your whole life no I eight II moved up here Beverly garland of played my mother in law Michelle and ten years after the sure I guess eight years after the show I married her son her stepson so she became my real step mother in law not just my step mother and she they were up here building the Beverly garland hotel and I ended up moving up here then we shouldn't sold the show but it was such a wonderful place to raise children and I had such wonderful friends here I decided to stay beautiful won't that is I just love that again this is really great to talk to you I want some time to talk to you if you're available to come in and tell us what you're doing in Sacramento in you know and maybe talk about the show you know I would love to have you in I would be set up that will set up a I meet that's great that is really great yeah well listen I'll tell you what to do because I have more questions than I can possibly get to right here but I wanted to answer the phone and just tell you how much how pleased I am that you called in and that your friend call this in that she listened and that you listen to the show I find out now it just warms my heart and I'll tell you what if I could because I like to get deeper into this conversation with you if I could do to get your information whatever candle if she could take my produce could take your information we like to get in touch with you and see if you can visit us I think that would be great fun me too well Tina right it's a pleasure to speak with you and thanks for calling in tonight and I'll put you on hold and we'll get this set up I need to be my neighbor absolute my pleasure you are welcome to you know hang in there for a minute that's very exciting I love that we'll get her in studio Alaska questions I love it all right so she's there for a candle on hold I'm gonna try this a couple more times I'm warning you Laura in Rancho and Matt and Nancy the guys don't get this I'm going back to March ukulele none of us want that we love mark but none of us want to ukulele lord so how are you hi Laurie are you talking Laura yes yes Laura okay yes Laura so I am a fellow Chico alarm and I think probably the same era and I think I got this you already know it yeah okay I'm the first one is Baker Street Rafferty second one is time passages al Stewart and the third one is little river band cool chain and tastic beautiful wonderful outstanding job Laura Chico state alumni beautiful and you have just one Laura a pair of tickets to see the beach boys have done a.

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"katie douglas" Discussed on Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

13:40 min | 3 years ago

"katie douglas" Discussed on Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

"I'm nineteen and I'm on my gap here and I went to Bangladesh for three months. Jason. Twenty eight years old. I'm photographer. And I volunteered on a two week placement to Uganda, and mine's Lisi, I'm twenty two and I am currently an intern with Tiffen guy, say the team sends people ABC's and I've wanted in Bangladesh, three months last year as well. We'll soon right? Okay. So Williamson attention myself. I'm actually spoke a couple of times. I had a great time. I'm interested in hearing some of your stories. What did you see what the experience? I had told my time away I loved saying, like, into no, the people 'cause we lived in host families, and it was amazing just being a part of a family, and you really got to know the people so well. So I was with a team of sells five of us from the UK that went and we were joined by three other Bangladeshi volunteers. We spend most of our time working in the village area, the will stay in so December stuff. We must see what with the children's did Sunday schools. We did give groups we hosted this huge youth camp as well while all the local church youth came over to the pool by staying, and we hosted this big youth event really where we will worship will delight bible studies and them ills lovely drizzle your two from similar completely different suppose it was quite different in in the hours of two weeks. So everything's bit will condense bit more. It was kind of a whistle stops in many ways. So we did a lot of visiting communities and stuff. So they're kind of on partner. We we're working with a water sanitation project down in Uganda. And so they had a number of different projects, which they had implemented in different communities, and they're continuing to plant implement because there's so much need in so many different communities that don't actually have access to clean water. And so we were either visiting Munns, which had existing water projects the gravity flow, schemes and things like that, which is where they literally found aboard source high up in the ills. And then they kind of dig down to the rock and they build pipes and guttering to flow down into reservoirs, and they built taps in strategic points throughout community so that these people can actually have access to wall, such just freely flowing like basically. So we were visiting kind of things like this, and we were going to where they were planning and trying to help in and start the construction process. So. Isn't that during the construction with myself, but. As a photographer, I was able to work with their communications guy quite closely. And so I was shooting for them, and we did live interviews with people whose lives have being transformed by the various, schemes and then with the purpose of like creating basically, press releases and being able to be used by the WPA the partner their lobby to the government, get more funding and also to be able to be used by you guys at tiff on kind of just tell the stories these the actual people whose large actually being changed. So my role was kind of different to what I'd expected, but in a very positive way because I was actually able to use my skills because one of the criticisms often, you know. Levied voluntarism is this kind of always ending unskilled, people into two jobs in this, I will in my situation, actually, it worked every world because I was able to use that skill set. And hopefully, I really am hoping that fruit. We'll, we'll so, yes, those law driving around and go into these places, and it was really great people are super welcoming. They were they were really genuinely encourage as well to have you come visit and I'm sure you guys found fame found this. Interested here. But. Is just so different. And there's a kind of energy about. I don't know if you go is found that as well that you kind of, like everything in England, feels very repressed and kind of subdued when you come back, this is really like everything's color, the color of everything's grey. Serious and they just go to work. Whereas just life is just kind of vibrant whilst your around you, right? You driving just random street, and you can just see, like kind of Tableau of life happening say, I was in Bangladesh quite close. I think my Hannah was villain Tang, as well, aside different community. I think agree with one hundred Jason shed really I think one of the biggest things I was struck by was the difference in hospitals e you haven't you had a lot when he goes countries. But just how you welcomed into the community and the emphasis that they put him relationships. And I think that told me a lot about what does it look like to do development and to do it. Well, and I think a lot of it is about relationship building. I don't know of is about bringing people together. I think especially when you live with three months b- so welcomed into a community is quite overwhelming, some ways because I think with not used to that need. Everyone like Jason saying is quite behind closed doors. And it's kind of quite independent acquaint vigil in the UK. So then to go to coach where you're majorly welcomed into a family community. That was the Riddy struck me. I think probably from what you guys said, struck you as well. You do coast contested by just generally, Nicole entry will about on project would stories that you would find the stories that you were kind of coming face to face with. Sounds very stereotypical, but still kind of surprises you when you encounter it. But people who were whose lives are transformed by the water sanitation projects. There was there was a women, we met could Bette and previous life had been basically up till about two thousand sixteen. I think it was she had to get up at five. I am and she had to then walk how far it was. But she had to walk quite a long way down down to the local water source. And then it wouldn't be often before midday until she got back up with her Jerry can full of oughta to her house. And then then you had to start doing days laboring to start tilling the land, and that she even got was contaminated from an open source. So that was giving you children, dysentery and stuff like this. So. It kind of like you hear stories Vevey. But when you kind of see it, and you think wow, this actually does happen in two thousand nine hundred and it was amazing how such a simple thing like someone who's come to invest in buildings tanks for harvesting rainwater properly, and safely guttering that kind of stuff that changes everything. Because now they didn't have to do that massive journey. So they now have the time to kind of spend work in the land properly. They have a water to water it properly, they can then sell some of the excess produce that they now have they have more funds freed up, there's more abilities, get the kids in education, so their future is transformed already, and they're also educates about basic hygiene, which I also found quite a surprising that there seem to be this. I don't know about basic hygiene, but the people that the Katie Douglas p would come along the partner and teaching that. And so those, this whole kind of opening up of the future that was changed by, by the simple thing, which was that was really striking raising the isn't it because they say, it's just one thing that has completely like freed up these different areas, and it kinda shows this, I guess, publicly, that's kind of web, like nature, right? Where one thing can affect so many things that anyone else in the inept projects where you can, I think, probably one of the biggest things stood out from my time in Bangladesh was more of the education side of things say employment and especially employment is quite a big issue in Bangladesh. And we worked with a local school and also I like who boys house, too, and that was running education people, otherwise wouldn't have had access to that. And I think just the hype is reg. Location and the opportunities that offers. I was really struck by that. And how again like kind of what you were saying those things that we grow into the could makes such huge difference and things that we think everyone should have access to education. But the reality is, it's no, that's not available to everybody. So I think that's already struck me for you work over people. How did that with the shared goal of trying to the April? Your teammates listening. No, absolutely loved working with my team. We were. I think one of the first team with mixed ages. So that was myself and Sarah, who were now got here, and then I'll team two team leaders mountain Jenny retards. So those huge age gap that than John is, well, who's them who's retired to and is a huge age range. But strangely, it really worked and archery, loved working with them, and even with the three in country Bangladeshi volunteers, like we didn't know we were going to be joined by them. But we'll pray to this lovely family together. I'm you'll go along so well, we will go to know each other stories. So I think you worked with poppy. He's volunteering three three groups. He said to me, so he, he absolutely loves to volunteer. You really get to know the team, and it's just lovely working with them, and we will. Elaborate to them as best we could than the same community with the partners about to stay that we worked with that are lovely team of people as well. Like you really grow. Nice relationship with the more. It's absolutely lovely. Yeah. So in Bangladesh, you're really lucky to work within country, volunteers. I think for me that was one of definitely one of the hottest my placeman because obviously that base in the country that you won't tearing in and they go back to their own communities. I think they can really implement the change that has happened within placement and kind of there's sustainable element to, I guess, because that remaining within the country, which I think is really important. I think it was say it was amazing to recognize although we had quite a loss of differences that will say there are more similarities and differences. I think that's the really struck me is the you don't know what to expect, and there's a language barrier, and you think the coach will difference is going to be, but actually, you just get to know them as friends and you just they become poverty. Income like your family just look. And I think that was a real picture of chech- as well, and being like actually will we have a lot of differences? There's a lot of similarities, I'm gonna working towards the same and we're brothers and sisters and working together on goes mission of Justice. And I think that was something that was really powerful for man, working with across cultural team that restrict me, I think. And that's definitely was huge my placement. Yeah. Interesting. So experience different. So those just four of us have moved three others, and we didn't have in-country volunteers. We had the partner in country partner and country going really well with excellent. Everything's great. I actually really struggled socially with people, I was with in not socially actually conversations problem. And as far as people go, I think it would be competing. I very much better people than me, very integrity and moral fiber, and all that, but there was some just. Kind of chemistry personal personality. We were quite opening on us, which was great. But also did make some quite kind of heated debate, which was interesting. And, and I think sometimes it's just it's just as easy, and I did feel something on this bit of a social experiment. You get three four people who don't know each other. Chuck them in of country, two weeks and see what happens. But it was really healthy challenge. Actually, this is life and in, in real life, you have to deal with people who, who, don't always kind of get on with inside committed working situation could be in your family's choice within your church. So actually, it was really healthy challenge to not just it wasn't just about me going and doing this. It was also about me being changed and pressure being put on me to develop as a person. So not something I gr- tool as amazing cabby cabby difficult. I said, it's just kind of oversee this worked on, on behind the scenes to try mation the team, gels Finba you call way with concern, right? I, I definitely agree that I think e can sometimes when you looking back and stuff you remember the good things the bad things. But I think when you have teak Jason Ben living with three months that was definitely tend to be like times when like what you said, is really Jason like I was ready..

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