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Living A Wild Nomad Life With Uwe Allguer
"Hello Travel nerds and welcome to the extra pats travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less I'm your host Chavakacheri and joining me today as someone who is a founder through and through. He's founded a CO working space in bonds go, Bulgaria, a nomad sailing retreat, and he just started another project called wild nomad safari. I goya from while nomad safari dot. COM did I. Get that right. Awesome. You did very well Travis. I'm so happy to be on your show. Thank you so much. Thank you for joining me, and it might be the hardest pronunciation I've had. You helped me out before this I, asked you to say it I. Spelled out phonetically, so I probably won't say your last name again, but who? Else, I can say the first name I've got it going on. Thank you. Thank you for coming on and the first thing I'm gonNA. Ask You because I get asked this all the time because I like you I have ideas, and I want to do them and a lot of them I. Do and a lot of my don't do. Why so many different projects like? Why did you feel called to do so many different things? Oh Man, this is a this is a hard question, but I just love to do things and I love to do things together with people I love to you know actually I started traveling I always traveled since I'm young since I have a passport I obviously. I had this urge to go somewhere to find out. You know not to run away from something, but to go somewhere I was always drawn to fireplaces. Across the Atlantic duties. And Yeah So. Then I got to know my mom. Go friend at the time on a sailing trip, and so I got into sailing. And saving was just. It's amazing. I love saying I love being out at sea, and so forth and Yas, so I love to do different things you know, and I think adventures If you if you are on adventures, it's where life happens. You know out of the comfort zone. Many tear down walls of comfort zone is like Benue, fee your life, and when you do this like it. And you go, and you'll find out you explore. This keeps me going this your life actually yeah. I think one of the neat things about entrepreneurship. Just you know and starting different things is it gives you a similar feeling too? When you're traveling right because it's new, that's that's that's. The rush were probably after his. Yes, we like to see new places. Eat New foods, but the key is that it's something that we are not doing our regular life, and so these new projects that you're launching and trying out and starting, it's again. It's a new thing even if it's even if it's not getting out and traveling you starting a co working space is a new thing. It's something you haven't done before and I. Correct me if I'm wrong. That seems to be the draw right of just of a challenge. I think you'll like the enterpreneurs. We have a problem you know. So the thing is. We have to Shiny Object Syndrome okay, so there's something POPs up and you're like all. It looks Nice, and I think the problem with me is rather not to do things than doing things, so it's. More challenging for me not to start something, but although I think I have time and. I was working in most of my time. I worked for a corporations. Had good jobs I was well paid I was like I had a great life. Work life and it was really cool, but on the other hand you know I was wondering what is out there what I can do what I haven't done yet you know, and for whom do you go and work? You have to eight to five and you know like. It's it's the daily grind, and then you know at some point. I I asked myself. Why should I do that? And now I have the time to do different things and I laughed. I laughed to be the master of my time. I think this was always my biggest goal. To Mazda my own time. Yeah, we have a little quote or are saying that that Caitlyn and ricky who were parts of our location in the community, brought up, and and we kind of adopted it as well, and it's this idea that freedom is our currency, and so it's not saying that we don't grab the money, and we don't do businesses to make money, and we don't want to be good business people, but it's prioritizing freedom and one of those kind of people don't think about is time. Right is like we we talk about. About Oh, I wanNA make enough money, so I can have enough saved away so I can retire, or I WANNA be location independent. We hear that a lot and I talk about that a lot rate, but the other. The third part of that is the time and that's something that I think people don't prioritize enough is saying okay well, what am I if I'm working towards something and give out my time? What am I getting back and is that as valuable as having my time? Because a lot of times, the answer would be no. Yeah. Absolutely also triggers if you don't mind I want to tell a little bit of my story, so the thing is you know like the background? I did lots of stuff. Also jobwise I couldn't keep longer with the company for two years I had to. I was always drawn by our stuff anyways, but one time I thought you know like I was so disappointed by by one of my bosses. Said I'm going to create. That's for sure, but I didn't want to quit in the blue. I wanted to do something meaningful brings something meaningful to my life, and then I thought I. Want to learn a language better, and I want to work overseas and this before monster or chop search online. You know this was like. Two thousand six sexual, I can say to you, and then I was like applying like. Randomly basically to find a job overseas I talked to my friends to my travel friends, and so on support, and finally I got the job as development aid worker in Zimbabwe in southern region of Africa. So this is stockton and. So I really got the job and I went to symbolic and I so guided the project and ahead them to to do ICT to bring computers into rural areas in. Coastal Lake Kariba. And this is where I found out. I really got grounded. This see the people in Africa and you see their problems, and you see their lifestyle, and you see what they do, and these you know, somehow these really shook me in a way. It awaken me you know like. The people are happy. Their basic natural, being state of being happiness, which was completely I couldn't understand that at that time I thought pulling my leg. I. Thought They Make Fun of me. You know, but their natural state is happiness and I saw this. It was so interesting and the people are so grounded, and this is when I started more intensely traveling, and you know like and very got more grounded and looked at things. Rather on the lifestyle. Then then on. How much Kanai accumulate. Of, because this doesn't bring you any. By the end you know like when you look back on. Your Life is not what countered on your bank account what Collins is. What
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me
"The part time jobs I got to get me through was working at coding with kids, which is just like kind of a part time summer camp that teaches kids to code using. While I was working with a program called scratch so Yeah, it can came full circle, and I got to put all the things that learned together, but the beer industry is the majority of my experience. Gotcha okay, and you just answered my question. I was going to ask about if you went to. College before if you had a bachelor's degree, what what it was in when you were plying to these positions and you had this experience. That was you know the beer industry psychology? Did you do anything in particular to position yourself in a way that would stand out even though you didn't have a traditional computer science degree. I feel like I did a lot of research to see which companies had hired people from less traditional backgrounds I felt like it might be easier to position myself for a job. At one of those places than convince a more traditional company, they should take a chance on me. So I did a lot of blenkton slough thing. which was familiar to me from my sales background, just kind of looking at people and I reach out to some folks who had gone through less traditional routes and and kind of see how their experience was. And Yeah I think those were the companies that became some my targets in that I would really watch for jobs and I wanted to be in a place that was accepting junior developers and kind of excited to help them grow in the community, because I've heard of juniors having really bad experiences where they get in. Yeah, maybe. The only one without a CS degree, and so their prejudices, prejudice against them, or they're just not well supported so I think I'm glad that. I decided to look more specifically at companies that did take bootcamp grads now. I'm on the other side. I really just want to help. All employers see that there's such value in people coming from less traditional educational backgrounds, and it's a great way to increase diversity to only. Only offer Sharon. I loved that tiffy shared a bit ago. I've never heard anyone share that before. never occur to me, but that is that's really smart like looking at companies, using Lincoln to see people with nontraditional backgrounds, and like what companies they got because you're totally ring, there's some becoming less common, but I know there's also companies that will literally require I. Think a CS to hurry for people. Engineers but I do think just as time goes on, and education is changing. It's becoming less frigid, but that's a great tip, so did you let compile a spreadsheet or how you? Information like okay. These are the companies that seem like they're more open minded as far as previous experience goes. Oh Yeah I love spreadsheets, so I had I have a lot of extensive information on there. I would list like the company Usually I would only put companies down that I. thought might have a chance of hiring someone from a boot camp for whatever reason I thought that I looked up like door ratings out which I know, sometimes taken with a grain of salt but I still. Still look them out and just all kinds of things like benefits size of the company if they were remote to. I didn't really want to be remote at first, which is ironic now? Because pretty much, everyone's remote ends yeah I just can't attract also might contact with them through there so I tracked who I reached out to win. I followed up again probably coming from my sales days. This experience of just kind of keeping track of contacts and Steph. But. He didn't use like proper crm or anything now. have. salesforce. Tracking the leads in the funnel and all that right now that fancy. Yeah, no, that's that's great. Though again, I love that tip I feel like people like should. Apply for full time jobs. They should definitely. Think about that, because yes, that's a good one like evidence from past hires that day that they have, but speaking a bit about like your sales experienced spreadsheets in in tracking things. In what way do you think your experience with sales slash the beer industry slash. Heck even nannying in your your undergrad psychology. Does it help you? Or How do those things help you today in your job? I think they helped me a lot. When I was job searching for sure and just in terms of like when I think of building my career in general, because I am more of an extrovert, I like going to networking events. Reaching out with something that came easily. I wasn't afraid to kind of do that like cold. Call on someone, basically just find someone random on link to end the day admired their career path, and send them a message I will say that I had pretty good success with it. I convinced a fair number of people to sit down for coffee with me. Chat I found that people in this industry are very like giving their time in generous like they didn't know your own anything so I think all those things helps my. Helped me to get a job because I think there's so many. Like I know for the job. That I ended up with two hundred applicants in the beginning, and trying to differentiate yourself from that stack religious, knowing someone, even if it's just kind of sending them a message, either through slacker, Lincoln or twitter that will help them recognize your name when they're going through pile so just doing those extra little things I think we're really helpful now. That I'm in the job, I think that probably just the communication skills I got from sales or my comfort with it. It's been super helpful to. In the beginning I feel like you have to ask so many questions, and you have to try and be more communicative to learn and I think that that's something. That's really helpful for me..
Coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as cases hit record high
"The United States about to hit forty thousand new corona virus cases today. The first time that we've had that many one day, the death toll in the United States closing in on one hundred twenty five thousand people, but if all you did was listened to the president and vice president today, you would be absolutely stunned here what I just said because this is what they said. Today? All fifty states and territories across this country are are opening up safely and responsibly. Well, that's incorrect. It's factually incorrect. They're not I mean eleven. States are currently on pause. Some of them are actually backtracking and closing some things down on plans to reopen Texas and Florida specifically. They are rolling back reopening plans governors of the other nine states. They are not moving forward with the next phase of reopening. So that was incorrect, and then the vice president went on to make this claim. The truth is we did slow the spread. We flattened the curve. So he says we flattened curve, so let me just show you America's curve. So you see, the surge right and then in in March and then you see the plateau. And then you see. The jump there at the end where we are now getting to fifty forty thousand cases today. That was a plateau, and it's on its way back up and I want you to compare the graph to these other graphs. These are countries around the world right? They have that surge at the beginning the UK Germany France Italy Japan South Korea European countries measured in thousands of cases Asian in hundreds, but look what happens at the bottom. They go all the way back down and stay that way. Ours never went down right, and now it's going back up currently with the same steepness of slope as it did at the beginning. And yet the vice president was taking a victory lap during today's briefing and he made sure to credit person number one. Under the leadership of President, trump is the president's made clear credit I believe to our president of the president made that decision. So, where was the president during this briefing while he was somewhere in the vicinity, but he was on twitter, talking about confederate statues, tweeting this image of people suspected of trying to vandalize statue of Andrew Jackson and what he was writing was that many people in custody with many others being sought for vandalisation of federal property in Lafayette Park Ten year prison sentences. It was hours later that the president did finally say something about the pandemic. That's amazing raging right now in the United States like nowhere else here he s. We have work to do that. We'll get it done. while. That's an understatement it. We are learning tonight that people traveling from the United States most likely will not be allowed to even enter the European Union. Banned, because the United States has gotten the virus under control Kaitlan Collins is out front. She's live outside. The White House Tonight Caitlyn. No briefings for eight weeks the White House. Felt like they had to do something here, but then they came out and said everything's opening you safely and responsibly opening fifty states. When that's just you know factually untrue. Yeah. It wasn't the message that some people were expecting the vice president to project from that briefing today after Wednesday's coronavirus task force briefing, and after you're seeing these numbers from this week including yesterday setting a record high of cases per day since the month of April, of course, which is the last time that they had these coronavirus briefings now you would that they would have. have taken more questions. The vice president instead of Aaron only took a handful of them, but before he started taking questions, you saw him arguing saying that he doesn't want the American people to think that because of these new surging infections that the United States where it was two months ago, even though the case numbers per day or mirroring that or beating it and. And of course, the vice president went on to talk about what precautions Americans should be taking. He ticked off a list of things that the CDC has recommended. But Aaron he notably left out wearing a mask when a reporter asked about the fact, that mask have become this political issue. He then only told people that they should be following local or state guidance ignoring the. The fact that the CDC a Federal Agency of course, has recommended that people wear masks when they are out in public, and within the vicinity of other people. He also defended those rallies that he and the president have been holding and encouraging their supporters to come to where thousands of people are put indoors with very little social distancing errand by saying that it was people's. People's right to the first amendment characterizing it more as a personal decision than something that they're organizing and urging people to come in to attend, but I do want to note to striking things that came out of that briefing today was the vice president offering a pretty rosy assessment of these numbers, and then Dr Falcon getting up there and having a very sobering warning. What's to? To come and personal responsibility and this, but also Aaron the vice president saying he believed it's an arguable that the reason that there are more cases in the united. States because there's more testing Dr. burks got up and she was going through these slides and one of the ones she pointed to was Texas where it showed in May as they were increasing testing their positive. Positive test rates were going down in the last two and a half weeks they continue to increase testing, but now those positive test rates Aaron are going up, and that completely refutes with the president and the vice president have been telling people and governors for the last several weeks. All right, thank you very much. CAITLIN absolutely makes the crucial point. Right the percent test rate. Rate is what they're looking at twenty percent of them. Positive that that's that's the relevant point. It's not the absolute number and Caitlyn I. Appreciate Your Time, so let me go now to Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr Jonathan Reiner. Who Advise the White House medical team under president? George W Bush currently in Cardiac Cath lab at Gw so so sanjay the vice president today. Came out and presented an alternate reality. he said all fifty states and territories. This country are opening up safely and responsibly. That is quote obviously the have double digit states halting stepping back. They're reopening all together big steps back. Yeah I mean. I. Don't even know where to begin with this particular briefing. You know you think two months. We haven't had a briefing. There's obviously some real trouble spots in the country and I'm. Saying that almost euphemistically I thought there was going to be an acknowledgement that look. We have some problems. Significant ones in here is our plan to address them. Here's what we're GonNa do we're convening the coronavirus task force to to address this? We didn't see that at all. I mean there's the last task force briefing. You can see what the numbers were at that point and obviously just see how the numbers have grown even over the last few weeks. Weeks, so it it it was it was a real concern, and there were a lot of things that were said that were just basically a whitewash of what's actually happening in the country, and that's what I think. Worries me. How are you GonNa fix the problem. If you don't even acknowledge it right well, that's the thing. If you're in complete denial about it, then you obviously don't have a plan to fix it because you don't believe it's their. Running when the president actually gave a nod to this this afternoon, his comment was making a lot of progress with the whole situation, but we have a lot of work to do but he did not attend the briefing instead he was treating about those confederate Mon. Monuments So, you know in the vice president. There was talking about all the encouraging news again. His words talking about Krona virus so. What do you make of this and I guess specifically the president's refusal to be there. Yeah the president. In a tweet about the monument seems to be more interested in protecting long dead confederate traitors. He is in protecting Americans right now. Yeah, I was really appalled. When the vice president today said well, we've all heard the encouraging news you encouraging news, really
Trump vows crackdown on monument vandalism
"Near the White House last night trying to pull down a statue of Andrew Jackson but as Caitlyn Collins reports Washington DC and parks police came in and pepper spray the crowd as things are getting pretty tense between the officers and the protesters earlier but they had those roads around the interjection statute we were told by several people there had been some kind of chemical irritant on them we did see a helicopter flying overhead the statue still stands in the president tweeted this this morning I have authorized the federal government to arrest anyone who vandalize is or destroys any monument statue or other such federal property in the U. S. with up to ten years in prison for the veterans memorial preservation act or any such other laws that may be pertinent this action is taken effective immediately but may also be used retroactively for destruction or vandalism already because there will be no exceptions the president tweeting that this morning
"caitlyn i" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"He was on the Earth a lot more than I was before I started. What I'm getting and the he's a progressed. So He's a lot further on the path. Everybody sure when he got to a position where they was my council of Elders. He wanted to be a part of it, and they allow him, and that's why he's a junior member. I understand. And how many of Simon's lifetimes have you participated in lots and lots or a few? A hundred and thirty space say good, okay very good. Simon's been around a bit. Here Joel. Can you do as a favor 'cause, come back to you. Could you introduce us to the person to your immediate left is a male or female or something either female. Female and if you could describe her. She's Let's say fifty five. Short blond hair, six toll quite slim. She's a gold stripe on her tiga. Excellent and if we could may I ask you some questions? Is it okay? and Are you familiar with this work that I'm doing. Now so much! Very good to people on the same council one who rolls his eyes and goes. In the other one who says not so much, thank you so much if you could give us a name that we can use to call you or a letter of name Caitlyn I. Am A very good. Thank you appreciate it. Call. You say yeah, okay, very good. Thank you appreciate it. what is the Goldstrike represent? Is it a part of the his spiritual evolvement, or is it represent your journey? She says I'm in charge. Oh. Very good. Okay, your charge, so let me ask. Can I ask you some questions miss? Why did you lead Joe? Chase Amata here a whenever he did this less such. Was He not ready or was it? was that just Joe Being Joe? Already getting anything from gang any she didn't. She didn't have to answer that question. Go ahead and getting. With Joe I'd say very kind of human personality demeanor, but she seems a lot more serious. Oh all right very good lemay. If I can ask, you may say, why are you more serious? Is that your demeanor or is just because you've been around a long time being around a long time? Have you ever Carnegie on Earth? Now No, okay very good, and have you incarnated anywhere that Simon has incarnation off the earth. Yes. Okay very good I. Understand that question Simon does not. So, Miss A, can you? Would it be okay? This is the question. Would it be disruptive for Simon to visit that place, or would it be okay for us? Because we're talking to a larger audience to visit the place that you in Karnataka that you once knew Simon. Who had a lifetime there? Is that possible? She saying yes, and she's. Getting something like. You have no idea. is out there in dimensions universes knives. You have no idea. Brilliant we'll see. This is shows that she doesn't know me that. because. Because, this is a common question. I ask and I appreciate him. Say so if we could if you don't mind if you put it and Simon's mind. Where this planet. That you've traded on before that Simon, Carney. I would is it in our universe or an another realm? Both. Both. Loud. And In the time that you were incarcerated with Simon on this other planet was. Is there a term that we could use? How long ago or is that just irrelevant outside of time just? EONS AGO and and if you could just show it to him, and just in terms of putting him. On that planet. And just show it to him and describe. What are you seeing? Are you inside or outside? Outside. It's water. It's like waiter I. Mean there The closest thing I could say to is dolphins or wiles or something, but it's. Different to that. Different in that okay and allow that. That's okay. Try Not to judge whatever you see because we're asking her. This is an image. She's putting in your mind and cheese using your mental images to be able to communicate so. Dolphins of course way advanced intelligence animals much more advanced than humans. We still understand how they communicate, so let's allow that when you see a dolphin that could be to represent on this water planet. Is this correct? Am I. Am I on the right path here yeah yeah. Okay, very good I just don't want to talk turn so this planet was at a complete water planet or their spaces that we're not water those spaces, not Warta. Okay, and but would say assignment, or you participate in being in those spaces outside of water. Was it always underwater always underwater? Let me. Ask You this question and I've heard this before talking to a council member that we don't. We don't really perceive oxygen as water. You know old to. It's very close to h two, but it functions like water. Is that correct that are atmosphere oxygen that we don't see, but it's almost identical to being on a planet with water. Now, she's saying it's. It's not the same for that planet. Okay! So how do how do people? Is there any kind of a social organization? Or how does that work are? Are Their family members? People hang out together or You could describe it. It seems like. You. Pull on, but you tell you this night, families. But there's a collective. Everybody looks after everyone else, but I'm getting is it's much more advanced spiritually than a on the the? Well aware of a.
NBA star Trae Young speaks at peaceful protest in Oklahoma
"Kevin Durant telling us another NBA star joins in the protest yeah Patty Trae young spoke in his hometown in Norman Oklahoma at a peaceful protest of racial injustice and police brutality I young the former university of Oklahoma star now plays for the Atlanta Hawks he briefly addressed several hundred people at Andrews park about the deaths of George Floyd and others meanwhile Norman mayor Breyer Clark and police chief Kevin foster were among the other speakers a young acknowledges that he doesn't speak often on social issues and credited his sister Caitlyn for helping him come out of
How a Top NLP Startup is Growing, with Caitlyn Brooksby, Executive Director of PR/Communications at Canary Speech
"Is the executive director of PR and communications at Canary Speech Walking Caitlin. Thanks for being here for having so Canary. Speech was named one of the most promising. Nlp STARTUPS TWO THOUSAND. Nineteen and the company describes itself as being at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Can you tell us a little bit more about what Canary Speech does? And why it is seen as one of the most promising and I'LL BE STARTUPS. Not a great question. You know what I think about. That really takes me back to origin story right. How do we start so five years ago? Our founders Jess Adams in Henry Call. They had been friends for over nearly three decades. Honestly and you know they had lived their careers and they got together and what they wanted to do was set auguste standard in a speech and language industry. They were poised to do it right both. Jeff and Henry. They have a clear the experience in Ashley had the excitement to do it and it really well doctors one question and why light you mentioned because normally talk about speech language industry it really can get techy if you don't really deep which is exciting that fun but what we started with nearest started with was this is how is was humans understand the raw motion in the words that someone speaks. You know when you're talking to your sister or your best friends and you ask how their duty say no good but not you know. There's something different right it's off. And how can we do that as humans? And how you use and what we've done is use machine guided machine learning and to really understand identify conditions. So that really is us so now. Today were six. Hatton's later boss. Us An international. And we've just taken this to a whole new level of redefining speaking language in the healthcare industry and so we talk about healthcare in No the intersection there. That that's really what we're setting out to utilize each language in the healthcare industry and bringing it just that step further so about you know. That's exciting because it does take voice to another level like you said you're not only hearing the words but your understanding you know they should behind what's being said and especially in the healthcare space. That's really important. How are you able to do that? I mean if you can talk about that a little bit. Is there a lot of testing research? They're able to kind us to understand the emotions. Someone's voice yes so really I like to Don frears and so what we've done is we've identified two thousand four hundred fifty eight biomarkers in speech. Okay what is a biomarker? What we're talking about here is like tonal. Quality these aspects of speech but mo up. It's what our body creates. And so we're gonNA find these biomarkers and then we developed bottles that are Z. Specific so they're not person's right cake a rich history of somebody's entire healthcare data and compare it but really what we're duty is a disease that he used mass in really scaled and just be utilized healthcare industry and then he used these models as our speech data so we started out here siege. Five years ago we really were focused on farm street. We were in FDA. Hire me cynical. Trials to this is very controlled environment right and we did this. Because we wanted to be able to cruise our technology and energy to get s right wide able to really tune in for router market or the playstation of it and so we really spent a solid three years of just focusing on these controlled. Studies REALLY AMAZING COPIES. Who wanted to get their to market or just simply to help with a civic disease and so that was really exciting to be a part of that and then we really moved into studies where we from the one hundred group right that were testing to really like in the thousand. Just last month we were able to reach a project that had heard ten thousand over dissipate and that was just exciting me. Mary siege his coming to blow background. Like how is this talk about area of science but what we realized early on was that we need full sets to go into a steadier going for project so what we do is hatcher tissue speech on a person's smart device so we use iphones IPADS android. We use these devices to captures fees. We also talk about the intersection of healthcare technology. What's really exciting is. We decided again early. On though he needed to create that bridge. What we were doing in the healthcare street was connected to what we were going to rate so reduce we include the gold standard Or are the panels which used to go to your doctor if you're dealing with stress I e Rd typically piece of paper that you're asked to allow the pen and paper and rate yourself on Howard layer urge years weeks ago and that's what your position uses to solve. You treats the symptoms that you're dealing with when you work with your physician that you say you could just read their seconds of across cheer South Kearns for the doctors I and made from that based on her stress near Zion Unions. And now we're there which brothels really exciting as a company you've made strides that that's a society scalable. That's Donbass it and resilient school that your physician to news you can use these tests. Don't have to be administrated within the hospital space or in the administrative is like family real and that's a place where is comfortable and you think about what's gone on over the last three or by months with coded ninety it really brings tall houses centerstage in funny. I was seven or eight years ago. I was on one of the committees to bring telehealth mount healthcare in your mouth. Nearly ten years ago I started my career there and is now. I'm embarrassed to say but I used to work for the very first time three months ago. I got a cold sore. I mean I knew it wasn't over ninety but I knew I needed some kind of policy packer. Someone is able to use tell homey bonus. I think that's really going to become the nor so. Yeah that's simple bit of our coaching kind of how I see it. How we see ED signing into healthcare. I agree. I mean we've definitely been using. How much more than we have over time and like I said I love that you all are kind of focusing on this emotional piece. You had mentioned earlier that your company also has multiple patents. Can you share with us? What they are. And why was it important for the company to have patents and do you think that something other voice technology companies should be doing for sure so that we pride ourselves? Moore is coming non-negotiable or Henry Projects. They knew that they wanted language. And in order to do that we had to prove that our technology was novel. And it's really exciting. Because just two weeks ago he had are six patents in the EU and so total right so acid time is for the EU. We were awarded one hundred of our planes which is now is not Donald Law. We were in a meeting with one of our clients. Actually find that I met last lie. Voice show guys and they astor pat they. So what do you think about these pens and looked around set rock-solid on that was exciting? I was excited be in for CEO. So I'll break down. Three strategic areas are Hatton's first one is that selection of the twenty four hundred biomarkers show and that had is called is slipping speech germs for building models for detecting medical conditions. So that patent is discharge behind. It is how we go about these biomarkers and using them within our guy and then the second is the. Pat Huddle is medical assessment based on voice. So there's really strategies around this particular the versus we use these selected biographers to identify. Disease are hunger stations. Each right. We're not to read this verbatim Hans. That's awkward not natural right. We're saying hey is our technology on conversational speech. Something that you and I are right now. And then. The third kind of strategy area is use of this artificial speech on vices in zone patented utilize the techniques together on smart devices. And what would that be your watch or your phone right? In an dots really were strategies are
Pomp and social distancing
"And it is my honor to introduce you to some of the class of twenty twenty joining us from Hayes. Montana is CAITLIN carry water. She is a haze lodge logical high school senior. And she is a Cinnabon Caitlyn. Congratulations in welcome to native America. Calling Hi thank you and so as a recent graduate how you feel. Kinda shock tough ride. I Bet I bet and for you. What does it mean to get to this point in? No that you're turning a new chapter Oh we had a kind of plotted out for a long time. But we knew it was gonNA make it in any words to your fellow classmates about Graduation and just getting to this point We just need to keep moving forward and we need to keep with our education and make a better future for reservation. You know all right I hear you Kaitlyn And also here with us today out of Gallup New Mexico as Dr Key Smith. He's a university of Minnesota Medical School graduate and an incoming you see. Sf University of California San Francisco Resident and he is day my pleasure to have him here and Thank you for being with us. Casey and I'm just GONNA to keep saying Hello Dr Smith. Welcome thank you for having and another great accomplishment and feel to be referred to as Dr Smith Now I think it's a while to get used to but I think there's been a lot of like challenges and sacrifices and also a that went into being able to say that and so it definitely feel it feels good But I take a lot to get used to that and so Dr Smith your thoughts about getting to this point in knowing bright now. The entire country is Looking to our medical professionals more doctors are needed. And now we can say we have another doctor Adding to the workforce in just your thoughts about getting this accomplishment especially during these times. Yeah really the question so I think just what I was saying earlier. I think as native people We tend to make a lot of sacrifices leaving our homes and our and our nation and going on to care education and so Being able to be at the point that I'm out right now and overcoming those sacrifices and challenges and being able to Say I'm a doctor now? it's just very exciting very humbling. I feel very honored to be a native person in medicine and I'm a little nervous and scared to be Kind of moving into the next journey next part of my journey during this time. But I also feel like I've been equipped with many skills and the knowledge to be able to to Treat patients and being able to learn a lot of many awesome doctors. And so I think it's An exciting but also kind of nerve wracking time but also to be on the front lines and to be able to do what I've been wanting to do for a very long time. I think I'm looking forward to it. Into what discipline are you going to be going into? So I applied to internal medicine Welby Training in internal medicine. And so you will definitely be there in critical moments in Casey just thinking of getting through all your studies in getting to this point where now it is more of the practical side where your thoughts I think I don't know I feel like at least the first part of Med school year in the books into taking lot of tests. And there's not a lot of patient interaction until toward the end of Med school. But I think I think now as you have mentioned being able to apply a lot of this knowledge and these skills that able to gain and being able to actually make changes in individuals lives is is very powerful and and and honoring into so graduation is truly a moment where you are transitioning into something new Leaving behind space that maybe you got very comfortable in. And so I know how How big of a moment. This can be for many
Democrat Biden faces calls to address sexual-assault allegation
"Movement a debate is brewing over whether Joe Biden should respond to a recent allegations of sexual assault terror Reid accused Biden publicly last year of touching her neck and shoulders when she worked in the Senate office that was during the nineteen nineties the last month she changed her story to include a claim of sexual assault Biden's campaign has denied the accusations investigations by major news organizations including CBS news have been inconclusive house speaker Nancy Pelosi came to Biden's defense Thursday just days after formally endorsing his presidential campaign I have complete respect the whole me too movement I have four daughters and one son and there's a lot of excitement around the idea that women will be heard and be listened to there is also due process and the fact that Joe Biden is Joe Biden ugh there's been some statements from his campaign not his campaign but his former employees who ran his offices in the rest that there was never any records I have great comfort level with it is the situation as I see it with all the respect in the world for any woman who comes forward with all the highest regard for Joe Biden CVS and political reporter Caitlin Huey burns has been following this story and joins me now so Caitlyn tell us more about this allegation and efforts to corroborate it that's right will Joe Biden himself we have just learned is supposed to go on MSNBC tomorrow morning to address these allegations and that would be the first time in the thirty or so days since terror Reid brought these allegations forward and Joe Biden will have made a public statement himself so that's significant and that comes as pressure has been building from Democrats for Joe Biden to come out and address this now his campaign has said that this did not happen that this allegation is completely false what we have learned over the past few days and have kind of breathe new life into these allegations our reports showing that a neighbor and a brother of terror Reid have corroborated her account and we've we've seen several questions being raised about her account over the past several weeks and months and she had brought this forward initially when she had talked about the way in which five made her feel uncomfortable she did not talk about any sexual assault that came in a later interview us to there have been questions about those stories but because Biden hasn't addressed this in person publicly by the it has raised a lot of questions and so you can see that the pressure has been building on his campaign to address this and it looks like they will take that step tomorrow to house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she is quote satisfied with the Biden campaigns response how important is her support in this matter well in the absence of a statement from buying himself it has really fallen to women lawmakers and leaders to come to his defense and so significant blows these comments there but we've also seen that this comes against the backdrop of Biden's starting the process to pick a running mate and remember he said that he will absolutely pick a woman running mates of several of those potential contenders like Kamilla Harris any clover shar Stacey Abrams Gretchen Whitmer and others has been out doing interviews trying to talk about the pandemic that's going on and the national response they've been wanting to be critical of trump's response but at every turn they have to also ask answer these questions about these allegations against Biden and because buying himself hadn't been out there answering questions were being asked them it really falls on to these women and kind of makes this a difficult position for them to be N. as these beef steaks are going on it kind of adds another layer to the bad job description really and so that's one element of this I should know that by now has not had a press conference since April second he has done several media interviews where he has not been asked about these allegations that of course will change tomorrow so I want to ask about another dimension to the story as well given given what we saw during the confirmation process for Supreme Court justice Frank Kavanagh could this situation now for Democrats in a difficult position going into November I think this presents a real challenge for Democrats and that's why you've seen many of them kind of urging at least privately buying to come forward and clear the air a little bit more at least provide some kind of public statement because you are right to mention those Cavanaugh hearings Democrats have made a point to kind of try and claim the moral high ground on the issue of sexual assault and harassment in this era of B. two going back to when senators ousted al Franken over allegations made against him that was kind of a a real first step in this effort by Democrats to be able to kind of clear their own tax and declare themselves the story on on these kinds of things and they really set a bar for themselves and so that's why when we come to allegations like this one it does raise a lot of questions about Democrats especially those who served on the Judiciary Committee during the capitol hearings several of them come on harassing the clover shark to name a few are considered to be a potential running mates for Joe Biden so this also raises an additional layer of scrutiny and questions about that and that's why you've seen this pressure building from Democrats for Joe Biden to address this issue now when we look at the statements coming from some of these women lawmakers and newsmakers responding to this they have said that terror Reid has the right to be heard that she should be heard and that these kinds of allegations should be taken seriously on the other hand they are also vouching for Biden's credentials on this as well his campaign has pointed to the way in which he co authored the reauthorization of the violence against women act it has kind of made his public life about this but again this does raise a lot of challenges for Democrats if they don't address this right now and raises questions about how they can kind of keep this issue going in November so this is one accusation against Joe Biden president trump has faced dozens of accusations from women some may ask is Joe Biden being held to a different standard and if so is it clear why it is important to note that this is just one allegation and there have not been any others that have come forward against Joe Biden said that's an important distinction but I think the reason that you are seeing this pressure applied is because Democrats have set the standard for themselves so you can argue that this is something that Democrats kind of have to reckon with when it comes to people in their own ranks I given the way in which they have really trying to kind of be at the forefront of this issue to lead on the issue of violence against women and kind of establish this moral high ground in the era of me too but it's showing the complications of that this whole dynamic is showing the challenges that could arise in in in ways it can kind of backfire and so that's kind of the dilemma that Democrats are facing now but it's important to note that this is a bar that they set for themselves up early on and something that they have continued to
Trump says he'll meet with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at White House on Tuesday
"This let's talk about New York governor Cuomo to remind us Caitlyn the somewhat rocky relationship that has existed between president trump and the governor of New York it's been fascinating to watch just sort of the interplay almost through these news conferences where it is clear that both governor Cuomo and the president seem to be sort of relaying messages to each other through these news conferences in addition to what we know is the direct communication that they've had by phone throughout this crisis that's right a lane so president trump has is five PM kind of happy hour style briefing in the day and earlier in the day governor Cuomo gives his I guess you could call it a brunch style briefing where he has been all over the airwaves a lot of people have been paying attention to New York because it's been at the epicenter and governor Cuomo has been giving very detailed briefings every day around eleven thirty with a really comprehensive power point presentation and there have been times that he's been very critical of the president asking for more ventilators a more quick man and and kind of go critical of some of his style points he's also been praise worthy of the president when he felt like he got what he needed us to these two have been kind of going at each other at times through their respective press conferences which happened in the morning and in the evening and so we're going to actually see them together at the White House tomorrow that was some news coming out of this press conference president trump saying that governor Cuomo is coming down to Washington to meet with him he said I like the guy we actually get along so we'll see what comes from that over the weekend though they had a couple of of stats especially as the president was being critical of the governors for asking for things so we'll see kind of what comes out of this but these are two new Yorkers who have a long history together and have been able to show that they've been able to garner attention through television through social media and through giving these free
7 Midwest states to partner on reopening the economy
"Governor Pritzker says he's going to collaborate with the governors of six other midwestern states down a bit on the the best best plan plan to to re re open open state state economy economy we we are are committing committing all all of of us us to to work work in in close close coordination coordination as as a a region region to to most most effectively effectively re re open open our our economy economy with with a a fact fact based data driven approach each state will design its own plan but with shared priorities the ability to test and trace on a widespread basis holding down infection and hospitalization rates enhancing health care capacity to handle a potential surgeon Pritzker and other governors took part in a phone call today with president trump who is going to be announcing later today new White House guidelines restoring normal commerce and services but only for places with strong testing that are seeing a decrease in virus cases here's Caitlyn callers it was talking about this phase three opening of the country reiterating that idea that he believes there are some states they can start to open before that may one deadline saying they should feel comfortable to do so based on their own data if they do though he did acknowledge that there are some states that are not going to be ready to do it by then
The Check Yourself Episode
"Episode is All about perspective privilege. And how far we've come as collective outsiders here at outcast were always looking at ways to celebrate and shine. Light on our otherness. Do we ever take our progress for granted. Today we're GONNA take a closer look at those moments when you're suddenly reminded of that otherness. Even after years of feeling accepted loved and to start us off. Here's a clip of Gabe in deciding. Who's the guests? What do you think you are probably like nine? Think it changed when I started watching drag rates like watching drivers for the longest time. It was like this is so gay and then it was like wait. This is internalized homophobia and I started watching it rather just be more gay so much much much more find. You gave me a ninety. You gave me one nine. I X. I know what. It's like a fun nod to sports. Not like the actually following actually watches sports for five. That's not gay. Was that you guys nice so rude but it's all fun and Games but this idea of rating ourselves on a spectrum is really not that foreign in this generation. I read this incredible article that we're GONNA post in the show notes about your privilege score. The topic of privilege is buried. Twenty nineteen and. I'm hoping is not very twenty twenty but I'm fascinated about the idea of outcasts and how people would compare their otherness. One of my sayings are GonNa get mad at me about this. But I've always said just because people are starving in the world doesn't mean I have to enjoy hunger but I feel like that's a real condition. People are living with right now. The basic gist of the article. Though is that there is a framework of otherness with seven factors gender age sexual preference income mental and physical ability race and religion. If you're outside the majority in any of these criteria you're considered other but if you have an intersection of multiple factors you've really hit the Jackpot about this. What's more is that within? Each of these factors there in entire spectrum where a person might land for instance Personal finances has like an extreme range based on where you live geographically those things different experiences with you the issue that I have is. There's a negative result in this This class system of how outside the norm you are making some people feel not other enough for example in the video clip that we just shared with game in deciding. Who's the guest? It starts to become a class system within a minority group. So I thought it'd be a great thing for us to discuss for all of our outsiders who have lots of thoughts on this lay them. Honor lay them on you so I think it kind of boils down to US realizing I mean I've person realize yes. I'm a white gay man and the privileges real and using that said privilege to lift others up super important And knowing that that privilege exists while not exacerbating with that privilege is in my taking advantage of it or not taking him into it but like is we have to use it for good. Use Your privilege for good and when you try to do that or when. We've tried to that when I've tried do that. Sometimes it's it feels like a competition Because you know you're white gated you don't know what the plight of at my story is. Yeah you're right. We all have our own stories and we all have our own on things but it doesn't mean it makes our stories any less valid As far as otherness and I think that's kind of what you hit on is like we shouldn't be out other each other It should be you know we should celebrate each other's otherness As any sort of outsider. Or other I believe. There should be a unanimous sympathy regardless of where you are in the extremity of that spectrum. You need to help move the line forward for everyone you can't in Caitlyn. Jenner is a perfect example of someone who doesn't do this They have very specific views about trans rights but have counter- countering views about gay inclusion in traditions like marriage and so I always think that The privileged score is such a detriment because it starts to Put a roadblock for someone who is either more or less other the new depending on on on if the goal is extreme other Nassar if the goal is extreme inclusion. Yeah and I always try to use anytime. Someone approaches me about you know. I didn't think you said enough. I kind of use that as a learning moment in like what could I have done more? But it's there's always there always seems to be like a roadblock or at least a speed bump when it's like I'm trying to use my platform you know through the foundation throughout Wad to lift others because I feel and I think you'll feel a rising tide lifts all boats right so I If I can do something that lifts part of our community up it should lift all of our community up but people in the community. Don't some people in the community? Don't feel that way they feel like oh you're just trying to boost up the L. in the acronym or the B. In the acronym or the tea in acronym ignoring something else in a Mike. No because we're a collective queer folk and if we're elevating any of our folks were elevating everyone but I feel like there's a lot of criticism within our community because of this otherness. We don't feel seeing him we don't feel heard and I'm like yes I get that and we're trying to make sure that everyone feels seen in her. But the minute you attack someone who's trying to lift everyone up it. It really not sustainability instead of doing what made you think of the panel that you just hosted Soho House for inclusion in athletics and Sport Because it was really a great Sexual diversity on the stage but I know that you received a lot of negative feedback about racial representation but it was hard for me and I imagine it was impossible for you after all the work you poured into. Its here that because the panel was not about race representations or it was about Gender and Sexuality Representation in sport it can. Everything can't be everything all the time or it doesn't have appointed no in weekends the progress that we're striving. Yeah I mean in. Our community is literally a united colors of Benetton ad right every race. Every religion every every color of the rainbow every sexual identity in if I try to put together a panel of their represents all of us it would literally be a forty person panel. We'd be there for two and a half weeks and that was kind of it will be Super Fun. But you know it's it's it's hard because you were me. I want everyone to feel represented and I want to be able to do that but I think if you hone in on one specific thing will didn't do that or the foundation didn't do that in that one aspect you have to pull broad reach if you look back at all the things. We're doing all the things that are community does. Everyone is getting a piece of the the resistance. Migrelief raw fighting. I feel like there's a way to hear people out and understand why they're coming from like why they might have felt that way. Not just about that panel. But I'm saying more dinner. I think there's a way to hear people understand. Try to understand where they're coming from and recognize. Individuality and why representation matters and still like you said well. A rising tide lifts all boats. So if we can hear people out and understand their feelings and also I mean. I'm also thinking to just sitting here like we're all saying this as people that are not people of color I have no. I have no idea what that would feel like. I don't I don't want I hope people listening that maybe you are a person of color. I I hope it's not that we are trying to not listen to know. I know what you're saying but it frustrated me when we launched the PODCAST instagram. We received three messages that criticize that there were no hosts of color as a policy in my whole life. I always say don't suggest a change that you're not willing to make yourself if you are upset by our house and you're person of color volunteer to be a guest get involved. Raise your voice. We literally beg on every episode for people to provide feedback mentioned gas make connections for us so I think that will put together for Soho House was an inclusive panel that is asking for representation and stories and voices had the opportunity be lifted as opposed to pointing the finger in criticizing like that would have been a great opportunity to extend the conversation or host. Another one you know it can always be in the spirit of progress and I think that we are in this culture right now this where where everyone is trying to cancel or point out the negative and I have always been an optimist. Obviously coming from a place of privilege. I have to understand that. It's easier for me to be an optimist but I still believe that if people who are making negative comments actually spend the same amount of energy creating a second platform to further those stories. We would definitely benefit more than we do from the negative
Houston child shot by babysitter taking selfies while holding gun
"In Houston a ten year old boy was shot by his babysitter while she was taking self fees with a gun the boy is in critical condition this morning but is expected to recover according to Harris County sheriff's nineteen year old Caitlyn Smith found a gun in the apartment where she was watching her nephew she thought the gun was unloaded and started taking pictures with it when the gun went off hitting the ten year old at the shooting happened Tuesday night this morning KTRK TV is reporting Smith has been charged with injury to a child causing serious bodily
Human compost funerals 'better for environment'
"They say for every person whose body composts rather than being cremated or buried a metric ton of carbon is saved from entering the environment involves taking a corpse and allowing natural microbes to break down the body turning the remains into nutrient rich soil here tells more about this is Caitlyn Dougherty she's a Los Angeles based mortician and death theorist welcome back thank you for having me back it's an exciting time to be into well yeah so clarify this process how does a work this body composting process it's very similar to what would happen in normal human decomposition in the soil it's just an accelerated version so we all know that burial space can cost quite a lot of money especially in a city like Los Angeles and the idea behind the composer human composting is having a center where families could come and the process of decomposing body would just be sped up a little bit and brought down to natural soil which could then be used to potentially grow things and grow a tree near coral blush it's very popular to think about becoming a treat now because I think it really speaks to our fears of climate change and our desire to become more a part of the natural world if those are your values in life I think the process like composting to recompose can really reflect that then in your test so people might have a visceral reaction to this and think wow that sounds kinda and disrespectful of the human body that we're not just a bunch of you know vegetable scraps in the compost pile first of all it absolutely depends on your point of view whether or not you think this is the most magical news you've ever heard decomposition and death is always a little messy cremation is burning a dead human body embalming is putting chemicals cancer causing chemicals into the human body alkaline hydrolysis which was just legalized two years ago in Los Angeles is putting potassium hydroxide and high heat water to do all the human body every method that we currently have to do something with the dead human body or something must be done has an element of the brutal to it if you choose to make about the sensationalist headlines okay so walk us through what would happen like if you were interested in that and someone you know dies and that person wants to be composted then what happens right I think it's three minutes between the state who who designed this method has actually given so much thought the idea of modern rituals and morning and the way that we more now in the twenty first century and the idea is to have these buildings these centers they're they're constructing one now in Seattle where was legalized last year and it would be a place where you would come and the family would be very much involved with this process they would come they would be able to sit with the body be with the body make some final ritual you know help wrap up the body maybe even put them in to the wood chips pour some water on top just just feeling like they are very much a part of this ritual on the part of this end of life and then it would be a certain amount of time and maybe maybe a month maybe a little bit longer and then they would be able to come back and either the soil could go to places that they have set up for soil to grow like forest that were pre designated or you could take a symbolic amount back to your own garden if that's meaningful to you it would be quite something to see a tree growing and you can look out your window and see that tree and think well part of that tree is you know my family yeah if not and to be clear date the way that they treat the compost that comes at the end of this process is the same way that you would treat cremated remains in the sense that it is not human remains we're not talking about pieces of mom in the complex the most the thing that really interested me about this process from the very beginning years ago was the idea that your microbes in your Adams and everything in your body completely transformed during the process anymore no longer human all you literally become the soil you're no longer just mom in some soil you become the soil so it would be totally safe and totally illegal if this bill passes to help some of the soil because it's not mom the same way that you're cremated remains are inorganic material they're not mom so it's gonna take awhile before this is past if it is passed and becomes law is there anything to do in the meantime that is environmentally conscious yeah there's there's lots of options green burial is it is a fantastic option which is just the body being put straight into the earth and in many ways what we're talking about composting is what would happen in green burial it would just take a little bit longer and you wouldn't get any of the soil back after the process it would be a grave that stays there forever there's also the option of pretty soon hopefully acclimation or alkaline hydrolysis which is finally it was passed two years ago but it's just now becoming legal this year in California which again is high heat water that dissolves the body which is an alternative to cremation and just be be open minded and interested as I said at this interesting time to be in death we have these new options and we're finally getting options for people who are more environmentally minded who want something different for themselves who want something looks expensive and perhaps the traditional funeral industry has been offering them and they're finally being heard and a bill like this is really exciting for that reason okay Lang thank you thank you so much that's Caitlyn Dougherty she's a Los Angeles based mortician and death
Intelligence on Russia, Trump appoints new intel head
"US US intelligence intelligence has has warned warned lawmakers lawmakers on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill that that Russia Russia is is interfering interfering in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election to to help help get get president president trump trump reelected reelected folks folks over over at the White House are saying about the briefing of congressional members infuriated the president who's complaining that Democrats would use that information against him more from Caitlyn Collins over the White House yeah we've now learned a there was an intelligence briefing last week with lawmakers on Capitol Hill behind closed doors in in a classified setting where top election security official warned lawmakers that Russia is expected to try to intervene in the twenty twenty election and they're looking to favor president from to get reelected now we're told by sources that house Republicans grew angry during this briefing and then when the president later learned about it he did as well fearing essentially that the Democrats in the room we try to weaponize this information against him I got reelected Russian didn't help me at all the Russian hopes namely pointing pointing to to the the house house intelligence intelligence chairman chairman Adam Adam Schiff Schiff it it was was in in the the room room and and of of course course the the president president is is feuded feuded with with ever ever since since his his committee committee was was leading leading that that impeachment impeachment inquiry inquiry against against the the president president for calling to a meeting last week the day after that everything with lawmakers with the president blew up on his acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire someone who up until that time had widely been seen by many other officials as someone who is expected to be nominated to the top job but of course now we saw yesterday in the days since the president instead is picked a loyalist Grinnell who is currently the US ambassador to Germany instead to take that position now we're being told by two administration officials they believe the timing of this report on potential interference and the president picking record all to take this job is purely coincidental there are some people in the west wing raising their eyebrows at this and of course they're going to questions going forward if the president went to this kind of a measure this great in the legs to put a loyalists in the job because he was upset about what the intelligence was showing
Democrats pile on Bloomberg in opening minutes of debate
"The Democrats nine debate is underway in Las Vegas right now let's go live to see the S. is the vitamins and Jim what a store at the opening ten minutes full of fireworks and hard hitting attacks Bernie Sanders immediately went after the new comer Michael Bloomberg for supporting policies that hurt African Americans and Hispanics Bloomberg fought right back saying that if Bernie Sanders as the nominee there will be another four years of Donald Trump then it was Elizabeth Warren stern she went after Bloomberg saying this country takes a risk if we substitute one arrogant billionaire for another gem more from CVS is Caitlyn who we burn out
Geodes: A Look Inside
"Welcome. Back to peace out stories for calming down and relaxation. I'm Chanel last time. We talked about little pebbles and the changes that they go through starting a rough piece of rock and then maybe breaking off and into a small smoothies round pebble over time. Some things might take a long time a lot of waiting what we're going to talk about today but before we start wanted to share a kindness story from Caitlyn I caitlyn today. I'll tell you about somebody who's very very kind to me. I was at recess outside. So that's when my asthma attack? I need to somebody to go to office with me. But nobody would go bumped into grace and when I asked her she would go to the office with me. She was so kind she automatically said yes. Race was always there for me and she's a very kind and funny Fran so grace jail. Listen to this I wanNA say thank you for all the tough times you helped me. Thank you Kaitlyn. Gray Steph. Sound like a very thoughtful friend. Thank you for sharing and helping us to shine a light on the great people in our lives that do kind things make our world a happier and more positive place if you'd like to tell us about a time when someone did something kind for you. Send your recording to peace out at
Deval Patrick drops out of presidential race
"But now to New Hampshire a day after the nation's first primary former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick is dropping out of the twenty twenty two presidential race he says he doesn't think he'd have enough support in the next round of voting after a poor showing in the granite state last night Andrew Yang and Colorado senator Michael Bennet also pulled out of the race senator Bernie Sanders one beating put people to judge but not by much Sanders got twenty six percent and booted judge twenty four Amy clover shar finished third ahead of Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden CBS's Caitlyn she we burn says it's not a sure thing for Sanders despite a strong showings in New Hampshire and Iowa question that how he expands his
Trump tells Utah governor about Romney: 'You keep him. We don't want him.'
"Our politics lead today. President trump can't quit earlier today. The president spoke with the nation's governors. And and here's what he had to say to Utah Governor Gary Herbert About Utah. Senator Mitt Romney the lone Republican in the Senate who voted to remove the president. How's it been around me? The president trump on his vengeance store after getting acquitted and firing too key impeachment witnesses from their administration jobs as well as the brother of one of the witnesses and as C. N. N.'s Kaelin Collins reports for us. Now the president may just be getting warmed up today. The White House is standing in by the abrupt firing of two key. Witnesses in the impeachment inquiry they fired. They removed back to their original jobs. President trump has continued his streak of vengeance. Claiming lieutenant colonel. Alex deserved to be fired because of poor performance reviews while on the National Security Council though his attorneys called that obviously Asli False. CNN has learned before they were let go both Vin and anywhere Basseterre. Gordon Sunland or quietly planning to leave the administration. The trump didn't want them going quietly and fired them instead. Officials still claim it wasn't retaliation the president wants to retaliate. Because of the testimony testimony happened was in November and December. It's quite a while ago now in light of the firings Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Today. Call the nation's inspectors general to protect whistleblowers whistle blowers telling the Pentagon vin was viciously attacked for bravely stepping forward. To tell the truth. The president is still lashing out at those he can't fire. WE'RE CONTINUING HIS ONSLAUGHT AGAINST UTAH. Senator Mitt Romney who broke with the Party and voted for impeachment. Romi you it today. Trump also touted his administration's four point eight trillion dollar budget proposal that features major cuts in eligibility changes in federal safety net programs like Medicaid food stamps and disability claims while boosting military spending. We're we're going to have a very very good budget with a very powerful military budget because we have no choice award now of course take. That budget is largely meaningless. It's a political. Political document is not actually going to go anywhere but this all comes as the president is going to have his first rally here in New Hampshire tonight since he was acquitted. Of course this is the first state that actually gave the President of Big Victory Twenty sixteen and we're being told by officials to expect him to make impeachment a cornerstone of his twenty twenty pitch to voters and expect him Antonin unrestrained tonight take all right Kaelin Collins with the wings live and let die playing behind her. Thank you so much. Let's chat about this so to Lou There is this push this spin by trump people that oh no. He didn't fire anybody. They were on their way out anyway but right after president trump fired sunland and had been reassigned from the National Security Council son. Donald trump junior tweeted this. Allow me a moment to thank and this may be a bit of a surprise. Adam Schiff were it not for his crack track investigative skills president trump might have had a tough time on our thing who all needed to be fired. Thanks Adam so I mean it's pretty clear what this was all about. Yeah yeah this is sort of a trump to step where he tweets something that maybe a little bit ambiguous that most people know what he's talking about and then his administration officials come out and say no he's not actually he doesn't actually mean that he means means something different and then eventually either the president or someone close to them spills the beans and says actually yeah. This is what I meant and I think it's pretty clear to anyone who's watching is that the president was waiting for his acquittal. Quito to get rid of and to target people he thought were disloyal. Even targeting the brother of a witness who no one in the White House and said why he was march out of the White House. The brother of Alexander intervenign someone who is not testifying was not part of this Ukraine scandal in any major way He was marched out of the White House. Unceremonious leave though. He's a veteran as well. So this is clear that the president is on a revenge tour and as Caitlyn said. There's a sense that more people could get caught up in this as
Sanders and Buttigieg lead New Hampshire polls
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"caitlyn i" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"We are not there. Yeah that wasn't the the system we were. We're still figuring it out then on we'd had a couple of teams but the foundation wasn't as strong there and being brand new real estate. It's really hard to develop a transaction coordinates ordination coordination system with very little knowledge So I shuffled over to listing management on. And that's where I actually met KRESA. WHO's GONNA come on here in a a little bit One of our virtual professionals and she really helped actually teach me how would it become a listing manager on so is really awesome. I did that job. I was in that role for probably Gosh and a year and a half end. Then I was able to into transaction coordination and having having that background in the understanding of real estate I was able to roll out our listing management division. If you will and then I moved over to our transaction coordination the nation division helped build that out our team and here I am today as director of client care where we actually have operations coordinators in all of our locations. We're located in twenty different twenty four locations across the United States right now And so we have admin professionals in each of those locations that I hire hire mentor. Support work with them to optimize our systems And I also have the luxury of working with our virtual professionals nationals as well in helping them grow so okay for everybody who's listening. I WanNa kind of paint the picture of your guys success. Because I'm really excited. About the number of transactions transactions. The toll rose volume guys did last year. And the fact that we've been Kind of working together. I WANNA say for like eight years. Seven eight nine years psalm and like a million. It feels like forever which look so. How many transactions did you guys do last year? Oh Gosh it was over a thousand. I don't actually have have those numbers I would have to go back but it was a lot and this year we have huge goals We WanNA be well over. Two thousand transactions is on with our teams. And we're well on the way of getting there are January was amazing You know locations. It's cold we're getting. We're supposed to get eighteen inches. She's a snow here in Vermont into tomorrow but that hasn't stopped the the real estate industry and we're really excited about it. So what's what's interesting is you guys are GonNa do a double. That's the goal. Is that correct. Yes I know. A lot of companies that a double is just like not in their a preview. That's not even a possibility. Why do you believe that you guys are going to you? Guys are GonNa hit that double. Oh Gosh because of the people that we have in the systems in the support our We're very growth minded organization in general. There's always a way so we know we can we. We can do it. It's just also making sure that we have the systems the agents in the background to help them scale their business and in grow their own locations into into different locations as well once-awesome I love in. You said we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA bring in one of our virtual professionals to have an art station. I think that's a great thing that's going to be such a fun conversation. So so you've never met or worked with somebody. This is going to be a great idea to see the mind said the kind of growth in the -bility of having virtual professional in your real estate organization position. Let's talk through your role. What are you Exactly responsible for within the business and how you know and we started hard with your your story. But let's get into the nitty gritty. Like what are you doing on a day to day basis that really helps drive revenue for the business so now my focus is on our people our operations coordinators and our virtual assistance ideally. I hope that I'm making their lives. Easier on a daily daily basis by rarely auditing our systems trying to find optimizations eliminating any duplicate of tasks. 'cause you know as you are in this business year year over year things change. Some marketing comes in some marketings. Not necessarily you know you need to be out there. So we're always looking at our checklists in our systems to see like what. What do we keep what we bring to the next level in luckily just simply get rid of because we don't need to be doing something just to do something? We always want to make sure that were intentional. So that's a big part of it. I do a lot of coaching with our operations coordinators Making sure that they feel good. We're always talking about best practices practices and ways to support our agents I work with our VP's on a separate note to making sure that they feel comfortable that they have all the resources that they need to grow. So it's been pretty awesome in having the background of being in the listening management on division also on the transaction coordination in division has really allowed me to see their worlds in understand that it's not always easy in that it can be a lot of tracking down things in following following up and hectic. I'm also a licensed agent. I got licensed about a year and a half ago to be able to put my agent hat on and to just be able to support our agents agents and see what their world is like so I only work with you. Know close family friends in Lake to refer that often people in our company. Because it's not necessarily my background. I'm very administrative but I think that having that knowledge is really key to helping us. Continue to grow our admin division. You know one thing we do about around four hundred consultations every single month our company. And we're helping you know teams things in agents across the country fear out the systems and processes to scale in row one thing and I think you'll love this Caitlyn because one thing did I always hear from our clients. Is it so hard to find a you. It's like really hard to find a you. So let's let's go through like what are what's your secret sauce like like if somebody was saying you know what I need. A director of client care. I want somebody who can own the operational challenges inside of my business. What what's your secret sauce like? Who who are you? Yeah That's a great question. I you know it definitely. I'm not the same person I was when I walked in the door for years ago. Now so I came from a background in hospitality. Restaurant Management Event coordination on so through my skills of organization organization. That's really helped me. Keep things organized and be able to be able to follow a checklist in follow direction and also have that customer service background of you know we do have tough clients and we do have You know some some agents we work with our personalities are all different and so it's really being able to still find a way to make that relationship positive That's one thing In really learning you know fast forward four for years. Gosh I mean for me. It's the people we surround ourselves to. I think our culture is a big thing at her group Being able to shoe trust the people you work with and respecting everybody on is a huge part of it. I think in terms of that secret sauce. I Yeah I think a lot of respect and kindness. What else is there? I think that also the I mean the ability to work with people. Well you got to be flexible. You've got to be open minded. I think that's also really helped me. I may not agree with everything that we do. Or you know that we're looking at moving forward to but at the same time knowing that there's always a way in that I have the ability to be part of something bigger than myself is really really Powerful and can really help drive that forward an admin organization. You GotTa be organized you you gotta be able to own it set in. Be a problem solver. I like problems They don't always feel good but I like being able to be the person that is on the ground. Really helping find a solution to that issue whether it be for an agent for a client For my team members being able to be an independent problem solver salvo and really dig deep allows that opportunity for growth as well. I love it. You're like that weird combination between a people person who loves serving serving others and highly organized with that. Is that a great summary. I think so okay and he probably had to learn a lot in row. Oh Gosh Yeah. Yeah there's days where I don't feel like I'm a people person and you've got to really be able to turn it on right. You gotTa have that little self talk and with yourself In those days where I don't necessarily feel feel Organiz because things are coming at me in all different directions I'm sure Chris will come on here. She's saved me in so many ways because when the workloads piling up and I'm feeling buried I know I can turn to somebody and leverage Which I'm sure we'll get into into leverage on a little bit but it's it really is so powerful to be able to know that you know charisma and our other assistants have been able well to be there through knowing that we're not by ourselves right okay? Well you've just done a perfect segue. Thank you guys for the the folks that are right now in the audience. Were definitely get two questions. I want this to be as interactive as possible when she depict Caitlyn's brain and Chris because we're going to bring her on just two seconds before we do. I just WanNa make sure we kind of explained how you believe the best. The Best Practices is working with virtual assistant. When you're a big huge team with multiple locations like you guys so let's let's dive into that question and then we'll bring Chris on okay? Okay well the biggest part of it is caresses part of our team. She is a employees. Just like the rest of our admins mins in the sense of you know we treat her with the same amount of respect. We provide her the same amount of training opportunities. You know I know. MODs also provides her with that Opportunity Kennedy But we also take it upon ourselves to make sure that if we expect are obvious to learn something that we need to be able to provide did that training and that support to help them get there and so That's a big part of it is just knowing that they're becoming part of your family away and so we absolutely love that about all of our Our our VP's So that's part of it. What you just said something? That's really important to our business business. It's the we succeed when our clients really have understanding of training and leading somebody who's in a virtual space right so we're we're definitely going to demand. I WanNa Bring Chris on right now Chris. Can you come if she's going to log in jump on and we're GonNa just do a quick interview with her and here she is. Chris thank you so much for joining us off. have any Daniel my goodness so exciting okay. So Caitlyn what Maybe you should. I think you would be great at asking Chris some questions..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"That's a long time especially in kaylin. I can't believe i still can't believe they waited so long to have kids especially because you know chris at a little older at this this point you would have thought that she would have been like okay. We have kids. We gotta do this quickly. I know and i can't even say like oh. Maybe she learned from the first because you love being mother wasn't like i wonder what those those <hes> four four years before <hes> like what the older ones with kalem was like before caitlyn had her own kids with chris. We'll see that's interesting to see to to know about what caitlyn and on chris's relationship was like with caitlyn's kids. Previously you know what i mean before. They had kids of their own. So the thing is <hes> chris spoke oke about really being excited to step mom and she was like she was saying to brody in the episode on the vacation episode and she was like you can't imagine how excited i was because does your your mom and dad were divorced for years so i thought it was just going to be the seamless transition the i was going to step in and and be this amazing step mom to you kids and like we would have this amazing relationship. Shinshu was like it just wasn't the case so the thing that i think she the reason she expects that was because i imagine that when kaelin stepped in caitlyn became that for her kids and and she was so shocked when it wasn't returned the other way around no good point make sense as we discussed last week you know chris kind of manage caitlyn's career and she turned things around for her so she was the one that helped her to book motivational speaking appearances and they did infomercials together where they sold exercise equipment. We don't have the number here but we talked about last week. Was millions wonder forty million dollars and exercise equipment or something was like crazy. It is and julie just said you know caitlin was very much involved in in the kardashians lives and she walked both chloe and kim down the aisle their wedding and kim in both of her weddings yeah yeah crazy well if you remember when kim got married was before transition and but the caitlyn had long hair at the time and kim was so embarrassed by caitlyn's long hair and was like who's going to walk down the aisle if it if caitlyn looks like this. I know you know i was watching. I think there's a couple of cisco i was watching old episode and it was the one where kendall kylian caitlyn were at the <hes> at the golf the golf course and they were flipping off the paparazzi and candle making so much fun of caitlyn for the hair was like please. Can you cut it like i'm going to cut it in your sleep and at the time no one thought that was there was anything to that and watching it now i i you literally had tears in my eyes because no one realized it was just like why why caitlyn's harris along and then all of a sudden now it's literally her armor like it was the one joyce she has now. She like her and her chris separated. She was living in malibu. She got to be alone and it's like okay. I get to grow my hair. I remember her talking about it being so that it was like it was like samson it was her it was her. It was her strength noting the end no completely <hes> so in october two thousand. We're going to go back. We're going to talk a lot about their trends about caitlyn's transition but i just wanna give you the timeline for chris so in october two thousand thirteen when they announced that they were separating it kind of was like they were still in a relationship living separately at he had i think they were trying to make it work while they're living separately and you know the the thing was with killanin chris's that their issue is always like the amount of space that like the whole house was chris's and and then caitlyn got her one space in the garage for helicopters and was like when kaelin moved out to malibu killer. Now has her own space maybe b._b. She and chris can make it work because there's finally like kaitlyn feels like she asks her place..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"We cannot stomach stephen. Your dad really reunited. You know the fried rice beating heart that was that was the survey okay. Oh my god that onion volcano almost thirty and the catching in the house have not been not stephen seems father. I'm saying borne. Hughes was born in volcano literally the fried advice prints. He didn't have to become although i would just for their name sorry for the video of israel. We waste leaping over the podcast to make funds once they see. She's covering that because my boy was that when we went there julie was enjoying her meal but every it would be dead every five minutes. You'll be like not to psoriasis or like we had a bad way who didn't drink and she was like <music>. I'm gonna tell steve about what do we went there. Steve aoki's that i think he still does. He followed us. We can't follow us at that point and i was like you know like our count. Yeah not our birthright i am. I just balls steelers studio the botchy print. I know you met like really take. That's so funny okay. That was hilarious. I will never forget the day isabel literally jumping over here. He's the fighters. That's they told my dad okay. I was just say you said that exactly like you're so funny well. That's good last night. She just tell it's i know it's it's so so sorry guys. Keep going funny. No last last night we were watching dick and i was watching with my dad because we weren't together and steve aoki was jumping off of his roof into the pool and he was saying that it's the <hes> his pool is sixteen feet. Deep deep is four nevada and me angelie always like no one meal yeah yeah so she sent me and it was like no one and then it's like scott disick that this is insane because he always says that and then i was like no one like steve aoki full and then julie's like no one steve aoki like did you know this is the sixteen davis pool nevada and then it was like steve diamond. We glitter with us. Hey you got the divas nevada sixteen. Can you believe it to my dad. He's sixteen. Can you believe julie. He said he was going to say okay. Sorry we gotta get back to business. I'm sorry caitlyn so little pretend for a minute there. I was like whoa even talking. Keep up before i fully forgot. I just got so excited. Okay enter kris jenner so abdellah kris jenner answer thank you i knew she would restore calm and everything so acid discussing the kris jenner deep dive caitlyn chris got married on april twenty first nineteen ninety-one after five months of dating so remember kristen robert officially divorced in nineteen ninety you want it was months between the two and it was a november nineteen. Ninety-five that chris gave birth to kendall so four years after they got married was when she gave birth akano which in kardashian time land..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"I was so heartbroken that i would get get into my car car day and night and aimlessly drive up and down pacific coast highway crying. I'm more in the death of my marriage my man and my dream of join a lifetime a family togetherness but i was also empathetic to you and mourn for the pain that bruce had experienced every day of his life so deep. It's crazy so deep so you know their kids. Brandon and brody have been super open. I feel like speaking caitlyn being you know not only her transition but also about the way they felt the caitlyn was not really that present in their life when they were growing up right which as we talked about last week was a big source of tension between them and chris yes. It's like why the fuck is my dad. You know yeah like data the year to your kids and they're not even like the and truly like you understand that they're not even biological your kids half of them and he's so much more president so much more attentive than than she ever was with us so yeah so in the eighties while she was married to linda was when caitlyn began taking female hormone supplements and she had her facial hair moved permanently and then she she stopped her transition saying that she lost her nerve and she didn't want to cause a children any pain. You'll see this a lot. It was a trend where she kind of like started a little and then stopped at which makes so much stance. I can only imagine how it's a huge deal yeah. It's a huge especially when you have kids and all of these things in this next part is really interesting so in in the same letter that linda wrote she said that one day brandon and brody told her that they saw caitlyn getting out of the shower and that quote daddy has boobs so what was happening was that the breast enlargement was a side effect of the female hormone supplements that she was taking and linda's that she told the kids acalan and just stopped her olympic training and that you know her father. She's like oh. Your father's toro muscles are probably just gotten a little flabby. She says she was like i was really trying to shield brandon and brody from the truth and also trying to respect caitlyn secret because caitlyn did not want anyone to know at the time right. You know that's a situation. You don't expect yourself to be no never it's a yeah into i think we we really you know a lot of the focus that we had when when killing was first transitioning was on the kardashian jenner side of the family like just kind of kylie all of them but the other side of the family and her other kids really had their own stories and so so much more than we didn't really think about i feel like we had no idea about <hes> so they officially divorced in nineteen eighty six which you know as you said there was a a lot of reasons for it and i don't think that the transition are heard her gender identity it contributed for sure contributed like i said that it didn't end. Linda was super coming and saying that it did also you you fun facts. Do you remember brandon and brody you know they're famous in their own right but in two thousand five they have their own reality show that lasted one season called the princes of malibu the i have to be honest i never watched i did and i forgot about it until we were doing it so it was brandon and brody and they lived with linda and her husband at the time david foster holy fuck and they lived in david foster's malibu state and the whole theme of it was at like lindor kind of spoiled them and she said that they could do no wrong and david was kind of like who the fuck are these freeloader. Go get them out of my house and he was trying to straighten their lives out and they were kind of just living it up in malibu with spencer pratt. Do realize how far back we're going. It's another other thing i didn't realize was. I did not realize that linden david foster were married for so long you. How long was it like nine hundred ninety one to two thousand five..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Free of ritual ritual dot com slash celebs so just an interesting thing is that inch thousand fifteen after caitlyn transitioned christie revealed that a year into their marriage so this was in the seventies that kaitlyn told her that she was struggling with her gender identity and christie did not tell anyone she fully kept it a secret until oh after caitlyn herself came out about it and she said that even though she knew about caitlin struggle with gender identity it's in effect their marriage in any way and it's not the reason they divorced which is interesting because when we go to they're hardly stupid linda different different story yes interesting okay. Why did you hear us. No one moves quicker in their marriage is caitlin jenner. I already january nineteen eighty-one. She's remarried. How just got divorced kid in one thousand nine. Hundred eighty look chris though yeah no. I know we'll get there too to <hes> so in january nineteen eighty-one caitlyn married her second wife linda thompson. Linda was a former actress at a beauty queen songwriter. She actually wrote co wrote the song in a bodyguard. I have nothing for whitney houston <hes> and was the ex girlfriend of length of elvis presley which we spoke about because robert kardashian dated did precipitously a lot of connection i mean as we always say thanks to keep track of so much to keep track of like you should be taking notes yeah i. This is the first i'm the people aren't because they definitely should be <hes>. The first time that lindsay salk loan was actually when she was with elvis at nineteen seventy six olympic games and then they met three years later and married two years after that so in june nineteen eighty-one was when brandon was born and in august nineteen eighty-three brody jenner was born as we discovered on the kris jenner deep dive. I wrote he's real name is sam brody jenner who the fuck and there's just so much here. Also you know we'll get into this but linda thompson you know if you've heard her name it's because because she was also david foster's ex wife david foster married to formerly married to you on deed hadid like there's so much connection here. Do you think that on it's fascinating a little bit but do you think that on caitlyn and chris's first date they were like christmas like yeah so mckay and all my kids names are ks and caitlyn was like i'm a be an all. All of my kids names. Are that's funny. I never even thought about until you just said it. That's so funny. It's like it was like such a brady bunch moment yeah so in a letter that at <hes> linda thompson row after caitlyn announcer transition she said i did not notice that when brandon was three and a half years old that caitlyn approached her with the very somber look in his face in her words and told her quote his woman so in caitlyn's interview it's i._n. Sawyer which i'm sure most wash kaelin said that gender was a big part of her break up with linda and in this letter that linda wrote which was super kind of raw and i think like very authentic straight from the she said and i quote bruce and i separated after going therapy for about six months just to exhaust any hope of keeping our family together being married to a woman was not what i had envisioned for my life. She also wrote quote..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"I mean probably over thirty pretty close to thirty years. I would think their age difference at least i you know hey happens whatever just kind of interesting so in this article article and what they are saying that in fact friends of caitland sophia that they are talking about having a child together that caitlyn jenner never really even though she has ten children and has been an active parent in some of their lives brody jenner had said many times tmz on camera that he did not feel that his dad was a present father in his life growing up but now they seem to be okay the didn't go to the wedding anyway that caitlyn jenner would like to raise the baby with sophia and they'd obviously get a surrogate someone when you donate the eggs someone that would carry the baby and then that's always my question is did you did they either. One of them preserve their sperm before having the full sex change so that biologically the child could either be so fi is or caitlyn's now obviously obviously caitlyn's firm even if she froze it five years ago before she started transitioning before taking hormones is up sixty five year olds sperm is not great sperm however however kaitlyn does have great sperm all of caitlyn's children are drop dead gorgeous and everything talented and seem to be doing good in life so oh but i know that when when <hes> men transition into women and they start taking those hormones it will affect the sperm firm counts. You really have to put your sperm away before you ever start the hormone treatment so anyway pretty pretty pretty juicy pretty interesting. I mean will they raise a child together. I don't know because then that way caitlyn said according to these sources allegedly i would be able to raise raise a child as a mother which i have not been able to do with the other ten so who knows but i thought that was pretty interesting but really what's interesting is seeing me live you guys. I am doing my second. Stand up special. It's a really big deal because we are are putting it on ourselves financing it ourselves and that means so much because it's because of you guys listening then i'm able to do this and i really want you all. They're really really excited to do it at the irvine improv. I love that space. I love being there in the summertime and i wanna be there for five shows. Two shows on friday august sixteen two two shows saturday august seventeenth though shows will be taped but if you wanna come friday it's the same fun hilarious stand up saturday. This will be the taping and it's you know we'll still work run like clockwork. We don't redo anything or anything. You're just they're having fun and on sunday. I've got a live juicy scoop with my girl fortune teamster along with other surprises so that'll be really fun..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"This being thing caitlyn who knew you trendsetter you when when people talk about like caitlyn's peak fame and her being an american hero this is the olympics that they're referring to the nineteen seventy six one okay there listen there were so many awards in her life and i want to pay not them without getting too into it but after you know this this massive achievement in eighteen seventy six she received the james e sullivan award as the top amateur athlete in the the u._s. and was also named the associated press male athlete of the year. I mean tell me if you think this is a bold statement. I would say at this time. She was the most popular athlete in the u._s. Yes think about like see it's hard because i don't kn i wasn't there. Obviously neither of us were so. I don't know the fact that had in my mind. It's like picture libra right very similar yeah <hes> she also made more money from winning a single event than any other athlete had before her and because of this this and this massive like athleticism she was the most highly sought after for advertisements and deals all this kind of stuff so she appeared in movies television. She was a sportscaster an a._b._c. t._v. And she co author two books decathlon challenge bruce jenner story and bruce jenner family fitness then the a year after she became a spokesperson for weenies brand breakfast cereal. When we post the visual outline to patriots. We're going to post the picture of this box this iconic if you in the seventies so so iconic also how the fuck did weeds become wheaties. Have you had weeds. Never they're disgusting. No offense wheaties because you're doing great and clearly museum so you guys are discussing isn't going to do anything but they're disgusting yeah. It's like if i'm an athlete. Put me on the fucking front of lucky charms immediately. I was gonna say honey nut cheerios or we're life cereal life cereals my favorite cereal. I know actually do this thing. When we're hi. We're like okay. We're going to prep for the newlywed game like in case we're ever ask these questions so like i know all these random facts. That's better that will never have to answer the god forbid in case i ever have to like what's my favorite song. I don't know what is it. Hey mama oh gosh although bill raising your head in the corner. Why don't you go share notes factory next week interesting about this was that <hes> not fast too much but when kayla came out as a trans woman in two thousand thousand fifteen general mills obviously makes wheaties released a statement saying and i quote bruce jenner continues to be as respected member of team wheaties but after you know the statement obviously was not taken well men with good intention but the pronouns.
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Kyle com. Listen, you yes promotion for myself. I love it. Love it love it. I can with K. I actually wears me very similar that wanted to Caitlyn Jenner assured. That's very little. Have you seen this mature for me? And it's a little cookery, but with this white jacket, it's kind of stunning. Look at those. But. No, non waste intention. And I are similar Jezek, exactly similar hair. We're both tall shirt that I was where. Yeah, just like heathers. You know, that Caitlyn originally without that her choice of name with Heather really, yes, I guess she was gonna pick Kaelin before, you know, those what name should obey guest Caitlyn. Because I use I know I deduced you are. I'm thinking of an animal, what thing of pag dolphin. Anyway. Trivia trick. It's more like I predict like celebrities futures. Okay. So I can I did kind of predict psalm west as the name that's Kim's latest babies all new predicted. Well, I said, it would be religious, but I thought it would be disciple and Saipem for short, but it was home to close enough so they get you back together with Kaelin. So, so you were just talking about, oh, you're how you've chose the name Caitlyn. How you thought it would be Caitlyn. Yes. Just because I thought it would be down the middle like female name, I thought cater Kaelin's, because that just to me seems down the middle. Did it ever bother because it's really bothered me that Caitlyn son Brody Jenner had been dating a girl named Caitlin for six years prior to didn't know that Bruce choosing the name caitland? And he has since married Caitlyn. Oh. And so there are two. Caitlyn jenner's family. I didn't know that. I was very selfish of Caitlyn. She did the thunder. There is no way that Caitlyn jenner's senior ever. I don't think approached Brody or the girlfriend said, hey, I'm really in love with your name. Maybe this come kailua right though. And tell me if because what, what would she say, if someone came to me and said, I love the name, Heather while I would want it because I'm trying to get my name out there. But I mean, I think maybe she didn't realize but every time that the other Kaelin gives her ide- says her name, it's gonna be a whole conversation, but he but she Caitlyn Jenner senior did shoes it with a C and brody's. Caitlyn is K. Okay. But then when you so what your name Caitlyn Jenner? It's a whole, you're, you're putting that on. Yeah. Those Heather Jenner and other Jenner. I don't know if that flows. I know Heather Jenner. Yeah. It's not as good. It's not as good a falling out what, what happened, she's. No. Well, I was closer to Chris, obviously, but looking back, you know, we'd have these girl nights, and, and I feel like God you net. When I watched the show, once Caitlyn had transition, she was always drinking Chardonnay with all her other friends from like when they had the two year long reality show of all the other transgender women, they would all have Chardonnay and everything. And that's what Kris Jenner, and I and some other ladies used to have, and we would just like all women, do kick out, poor Bruce in and I'm like, oh, my God. He was just dying to be part of the group. That's the thing. It's like he couldn't have. She could have been in a more feminine environment. Torturous. Yes. Constant gig. Diabetic working at a cake shop. Yes. Every day just dying to have that. And you could for the glam squad every day or her clothes broaden everyday paraded in front of dying. And when you read the book, she, she was, like I had the best legs in the family, like shoes, a little conceited like that, when you read the book, she says things like that. So anyway, wrote the book, I read the book, I did not find her to be I thought, it'd be unkind to Chris and Chris had gone through. And, and so, you know, no, I did not reach out to kaitlin be on the show. But now I'm like, so much time has passed. They also new friends and I'm absolutely like intrigued by the lifestyle..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Caitlyn? Newsradio. California's most destructive and deadliest wildfire has resulted in a first of its kind water problem. It's not the lack of water says public works engineer semi cater presidents of contamination. The so-called campfire burned so hot so intensely that created a toxic cocktail of gases and burning homes that was sucked into the water pipes when they were depressurized after residents and firefighters used it during the firefight problem that is not hasn't been fine before. Done this. Before residents are told not to bathe cook, drink or even brush their teeth. With tap water. Bottled water is being provided for free to residents. I'm Jim Roope. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits has dropped to the lowest level in nearly half. A century responded. Jan Johnson with the numbers and Labor Department says the claims for jobless aid fell by five thousand last week to one hundred ninety two thousand that is the lowest since September of nineteen sixty-nine and continues the trend for historically low weekly numbers that started more than four years ago. The three point eight percent jobless rate is considered a proxy for layoffs, signaling job security for most American workers, diminish layoffs steady. Hiring in the lowest unemployment rate in half a century have produced the strongest labor market in decades. Now, let's talk about pain at the pump. The midwest has been experiencing major floods since mid March could. Spike. A while before they get back on their feet. Fuel analyst Redmond says oil refinery maintenance on the west coast is being blamed for gas. Prices have surged by at least twenty cents a gallon in one week. Pay four dollars. Perhaps the best place to be. Pretty close to similar to what we paid Don aims for CBS news New Orleans, and we'll have this story coming up in the next five minutes on KYW. Millions of Instagram users may be getting a notice about an error involving their passwords. I'm Jan Johnson. This.
"caitlyn i" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"As we are all just links in a never ending that is. Is for us the everything but in reality, right? We are only a fraction of their universities. Mom and dad the past. Tomorrow. We may throws them forward into the future. The course will always be there to to of course, they're wrapped in pink and blue blankets. But she's about to. Blow out of her hand, some sort of magical. Well, it kind of looks like ashes. Floats around the room of this nursery in a hospital and all the blue and pink goes away. It all goes away. Oh, isn't that? Great. And then everybody's wearing black and white because our children aren't really hours. Yes, there the focus of our lives, but we're just an insignificant little nothing to them. Selena doesn't make me want to buy your baby clothes. In fact. It makes me want to do the opposite. Really does really does this is Marxist propaganda? Now, our children are not our children, and this has been coming for a long time now Selena loves this because she Canadian Canada's been on this. This whole thing of. Your children your children until we tell you. They're not your children. Because really they belong to all of us. You know, the great we. Oh my gosh. Mother way. Does anybody know what? Nineteen Eighty-four they claim that George Orwell may have stolen. This idea of nineteen Eighty-four nineteen Eighty-four is big government and controls everybody. Everybody has a number and a name, and and big brother's watching you. But it's actually now that I've read the book, I think you could make a pretty strong case that it was stolen from a Russian novel in nineteen twenty two you know, the name of that nourish unravel is. We we have you read anthem by rand. Where nobody can say I or me each individual is we because the individual doesn't exist. You have an individual. You're part of the collective you're just a spoke on a giant wheel. That's all you are. And. We start to run down to too many spokes are not enough spokes. You're not really even a spoke because you have to be identical to everybody else in your just part of the collective. This again is Marxist propaganda. And selene Dion is shown in this little mini movie breaking into the hospital nursery where she delivers the line. They have the right to choose which turns the hospital into some Orwellian, you know, black and white room removes all of the pink and blue and changes all the boy girls know symbolism into like hospital crosses that are just black. Honestly, it looks like they're almost wearing prison. Clothes it's beautiful. No, I seriously. I love my kids so much where where they just everything is black and white in their world. Gray. Oh, if we could get the most Nehru jackets, if we could get the old communist, you know, like Mao jacket for the kids, wouldn't that be cute? The scariest thing about the past seven days, or so is I haven't heard any real backlash from either of these have you seen a backlash where a beautiful baby is is is used as a choice. It deserves to be loved deserves to be wanted and deserves to be a choice. Mom should be able to kill this beautiful baby. Are we dead inside? Are we so? Are we so? Marxist now. Has the has the cultural Marxist movement washed over us so much that we're now either just dead inside from all of it. Because we just I don't know it just. Where are we starting to believe it? How long are we to allow this crap? How long before we all start standing up and saying no, our children are our children. That's my child my child. My child is an individual. My child is not a number for the state not part of the collective it's my child. I have the responsibility. No government. No marxist. No capitalist has any claim to them and gender. You know, I really feel I really do feel for Bruce Jenner. I will call Bruce Jenner Caitlyn out of respect. I feel for him. I feel for the life that he led. I feel my heart breaks to think the guy that was on my Wheaties box. At the whole time felt like he wasn't himself is he spent his whole life hiding that is horrible. It's just horrible. But he's still Bruce Jenner. He still guy he might have changed his name. And if he wants me to call him Caitlyn I'll call you Caitlyn. Because I don't want. I I don't want to be a part of any of your pain. But if you have to put me on the stand and say is that a male or female, that's a male to male period? It's Bruce Jenner. And I can understand. But I am not going to change reality. Now if Bruce Jenner wants to become Caitlyn Jenner and wants to have surgery and everything else. He's an adult. He can do that. He can do that. You have a right to do that. But it is child abuse child abuse to to suggest that a ten year old should be giving hormones. The ten year old should be allowed to choose at that point. This is crazy talk. Any attempt to trivialise and to diminish life any attempt to trivialise or diminish the family any attempt to trivialise or diminish the individual into the basic we need. Attempt to trivialize or dismiss basic science should be met head on. Now, I don't know how many people can still stomach hearing, my heart will go on one more frigging time. But please for the sake of sanity. Selene? I'll buy a ticket to your show. I'll endure that if you will just close your mouth. Stop trying to preach Marxist propaganda. And will listen to your damn oh my gosh. The boat is sinking song. It's Friday.
"caitlyn i" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"caitlyn i" Discussed on Small Doses
"So often, like you're talking to a bunch of people who, for all intents and purposes, don't have the same access to information as you, but yet wanna tell you that you're wrong, and that's when things go from a debate to an argument, you know, and it's like, that's when people will be like, oh, you, you don't even want to answer people because you feel like you're above them. It's like nothing. I don't feel feel him above them, how they approach this conversation has made it explicitly clear that they're not coming with bags. I'm coming with facts. I'm only saying shit in the first place because I know so why would I even have a conversation with them outside of that. And it's like when you're in that situation, I feel like you sounds like to me like you're at a dinner with friends, and you're saying something that is obvious and yet everyone around you land. I went to a similar dinner with Katy Perry and Caitlyn Jenner, and. I'm just like is anyone is ever going to really pretend like like me saying that Donald Trump could go the direction of Hitler's. Like is that is that really? So fucking farfetched really because I, I don't know if y'all were there when they said that, oh, Barack Obama could go the direction of Hitler. I'm always amazed. You know, I feel like, you know you're, you sound like somebody who's like me where like you looking around like y'all. Y'all just yards. Nothing like none of this should ever happen. And I think we can feel gaslight in those situations and when you're in a situation like that, the best thing to do in my opinion is either shut it up leave or play candy crush because you don't wanna waste your energy. One of the key gifts of.
"caitlyn i" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Impact a bit and sort of blunt what could otherwise be used for this big trade confrontation reynolds but still want to thank you very much to lend weber caitlyn is argh of bloomberg god government analyst for bloomberg intelligence joining us from our much caitlyn weber dia caitlyn his argue of bloomberg gug government analyst for bloomberg intelligence joining us from while washington d c uh we have with us of course i i richer zanchi is dr a u s interest rate the expert when it comes to all things that having to do with the bond market for bloomberg intelligence uh ira digest watching what's going on right now in the in the bond market we got a little bit of a rally particularly at the at the long and what's his telling you about people wanting to own us paper at a time when i'm looking also at the currency the dollar a 10 605 against the japanese yen and one 24 against the euro yeah so you know i think the at her still a decent stable growth story um you know one of the things that i think on on with the dollar and and with global interest rates is that you're seeing uh other countries uh delta so there there actually other countries growth expanding faster than us growth to well our growth is stable at a reasonable level it's not really fella rating whereas you have a lot of other uh other other region having uh significantly um uh growth picking up and adds that happens debt should be good for their home currencies and also bad for their bond markets whereas we've already had a significant fell off and if you think about where we were even just a about a year ago in treasuries not even a year ago and treasuries we were down close to two percent we've already had a pretty reasonable backup in in the back end of yield curve and in 10year yield for example whereas you you haven't quite had the same kind of move in uh in a lot of other places like japan and europe where you've seen a little bit of a back up in their yields but they could still have a long way to go if you get inflation and growth that starts to normalize further um i want to get a little bit lucky with you just joe real quick i was looking at.
"caitlyn i" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Let's join forces to make the world a better place for community cats. Very from my point when we started our tracking to return program report, Massachusetts back in nineteen ninety to one of our names eating stations coast guard already. We had a a fully Nadine throws colony there for many many years why Intel he late nineties that? And we started ninety eight ninety early two thousand to move. Our feeding station off the coast property to enable property. We move that colony over to neighboring house, actually, but it was really one of our founding rotations where we had originally area multiple area wasn't Justice. About fourteen CD stations in general downtown area. Encompassed about through have cast with that one team station had around twenty thirty cat feeding this. And there was a local restaurant the housekeeping over different dumpster, and they had another thirty tests. And and so, you know without being allowed to have an option you're taking on. It's an amazing that you are on to keep the numbers at the same. Let alone start having a number so down and now. Victims is and I can't even imagine hand getting every single one of those seventeen that teams any where either handcock myself or someone L. I'm sure if e and there have been a number of people that has dropped by me and gonna delicacy or giggles, or you know, what have you or watched from afar. And I I'm sure that point comical to see, you know, unfortunately, it was even a fine ear north when he and are on the was allowed, and they leave that the evolution of the DOD policy came about because they're worse, advocate or birds. Out in chills. And some other Steve there. But in danger of the populations are heritage tied cat. Population. We don't want the cap ever. And you know that I believe that that's relation to their minds. We simply or Fe we should have them or we should start them out. And while that seems painfully pool from their standpoint there's using. So I understand going to do anything for the animals that you hear about. And. And the understanding that it still doesn't exist without having somebody vanity asthma. I I have about what do we put in place? What sort of statement put in place, preventing thin from happening in the first place? And they're also having a program handle the current population of L their paws on the ground, and you know, when I've had conversations birds situation negree Ford is home to the type builders and a lot of wreckage shoes roading community, many of our volunteers also over wardens and very vulnerable and that kind of day and we get along. Great. And I think didn't get along. Great is just because you were there. I in our before they build their largest -bility and really establish their program. And I feel very lucky that that rain will be there early. Because by the time, they were there thing scenes of maybe gone from three hundred cats now. No tests all that waterfront area. And by the time names, we might have had a dozen tests in that area. They knew that we will population controls for cats, and I still think that they ever had any problems with us at this VAR any of our issues because they understood that she and our does work can have. Absolutely. There is definitely a struggle. Not just between six to feel that they're animal is there, those passionate about this is their priorities is also that humans as distant gratification that kind of cold telling me to solve this problem right now in Chinese that I have to that's not that's not I think it's very hard for people to and the solution, especially if they don't have an investment in their heart. Right. I mean, one one thing that I have shared when I been advocating the NRA, I said, it's my the glows come into area that hasn't had any really strategic systematic..
"caitlyn i" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Many people here are passionate about them. Because to me it times I've seen them feeling underdog or your cat. If you wanna go. And they certainly are when it comes to how their share as on military from me. So it kind of came natural sits. You're saying that there's a supportive he there, but it's not necessarily moaning support is more just the jewel people that are there that are supportive of the cats north needle can actually any shipyard all contingent Marine Corps personnel here. But for the most part is a US newsy community. And there is a Marcin billion population that is working very hard for cats here but said lasted than organized for when it comes to care for they have on military installation. No, four love and passion as I. Because people coming out of the woodwork and saying, oh, no. I mean for someone to do something about this or people confess. Confess on the beast or the trying to get out of there or they. Me. So there's that really support more organization in the civilian rooms here rather than on the military installation. Get you a little bit of the haram that he's down there and cats seven is a lot of different things catching seven dollars elder need to care for kittens? And cast on the in a way that navigated around a very inhibitive department of defense policy, the department of defense policy is that any and living on the that are identified. Wiles on straight whatever you wanna call it outdoor decaf. All right. They are. You're not allowed to them. And you're not allowed to track user and return them all those can have. Have. Eating jail. Oh, what is keen seven doing to try and work around those regulation has has essentially on marriage. Civilian groups are working. Yes. The needy environmental team to the question that they track past whenever we have outdoor home for them. And so say, for example, I have a bar that comes to or. Or in the? Love to have on my property testing. Great wonderful. This is called environmental team. They to talk to on Dixie defense season neutered on the next day. And then you can get them. And she there live in Bali. And we will process number of China. The also are allowed I civilian if we have access to have tax, and you can Secondly cost that we can't necessarily trust the nets or anything of that sort. So they have to do really great, callers, and you have really. Well, yeah, it's it's definitely a process. Yeah. So many challenges to be able to get in there to try and help the test. You have a total population of cast is in there. When you again, it was definitely identified their over and was climbing because we had already witnessed approximately fifteen to twenty ten having been this kin in twice as many at this point heaven born, but how? You think you have less than a hundred point in time point in time. I hope you have lesson hundred we have tracked, and we have rescued and. Auster seventeen. So far only one which you know worthy to go on seved is survival rate..