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Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

02:20 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

"We we we did the thing and now it's time and that's the best kind of sadness how it's supposed to be but it you can't you can't get rid of the grief it just is what it is. It's so powerful to even though you just like like your mind. Cognitively does exactly what all this is. That's fine okay. Just you're just still like iraq. Iraq iraq so rob l. dot com. there's events there's audio there's podcasts. There's films there's books. He's written eleven books. I think i've read a few of them. It's funny i i used. What is the bible with a friend of mine. Who's born again christian. Just so we can kind of maybe speak the same language from a different different angle and i. It was very helpful to me. So i mean i can't even use enough words to express the gratitude and the lessons that you've taught me and i'm sure kathy would say the same thing so grateful so amazing. Yeah i'm just feeling a lot of gratitude right now for you to for how you show up in this world you inspire me and many others. You spend an hour with us. And i'm just i'm just very thankful to you rob so thank you. Thank you my goodness. You all are very inspiring to me. And i'm going to see you in chicago next week. That's the point we got some. We got some child. Figure it out. Everybody it's funny we're going to. I think we're gonna pick up. Jc that next day for not but his parents weekend or something. So we're just but we don't need to get into that talk about that right now. Let's figure it out. We are figuring it out off and rob. We're just so glad you're coming to chicago. You know how much chicago loves you. You know how much we love you but we'll see you very soon one one day that we if if and when we have another in-person conference i would love nothing else to get you back because the view of you made some people to create title. It's funny. Cathy actually wanted to do a talk. And call it Do you know you're going to die. Which is a great title. Just i mean just so we could remember 'cause do the things and be the person and then you're going to die and so let's go with it ver for ferry rebel. Thank you so much. We'll be in touch Rebel.

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Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on Bald and Blonde

Bald and Blonde

01:54 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on Bald and Blonde

"Blonde live sustained key guys for your time again this week. We've had a really great conversation about victim mentality. And i think it's being really thoughtful while hyper has been fee guys out there any final thoughts daisy before we say by this week i invite everyone to make a list of free really great thoughts three not one not two three. You can ride. Tend to like for example. I'm really a good person or i so much. Enjoy helping others. are i so much. Enjoy being a mother or parent or i so much enjoyed the company of friends find something that is purely positive for you and write that down and whenever you feel like caught up in any sort of negative sneaky sneaky sneaking in thoughts go there to these top three positive thoughts and repeat them and just be mohammed ali for a few minutes and say i'm the greatest. I am the greatest. I am the greatest and remember. You're not by what happened to you. you're not trust me. I love alaba. Perfect ending. And i do love muhammad ali. He was very inspirational. That's it for us to day guys. We hope that you've enjoyed this episode. We certainly have. We'll see you again next week. Don't forget to share podcast with your family and friends and you can support a some patriarch's about non the home page on the website. And we thank you for that too. That's it from us. i'm. Cathy tight bowed worrier. This is bain another episode of boat and 'blanche mindset evolution. Thank you for tuning into the ball. Then blunt.

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Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:10 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on True Crime Brewery

"First learn jay returned to the scene of the fire to search so the freemen's doug sissy the still. They're standing in the same spot in the master bedroom where the body of cathy freeman had been removed and a black plastic body bag just wendy previous the trailer. Unbear- axles and wheels. Most of the flooring had fallen through to the ground except for the master bedroom there floor on mostly intact because the water bed soaked the area so looked at a manitou as the master bedroom was certainly better preserved than all the other rooms so shave swapping carefully around the rebel and lorena spent down nearby overturning debris in a ashes. She saw a framed. Wedding photo of danny and kathy then with the dog standing nearby jay looked over the unburned portion of the floor the master bedroom and then he saw what he described later as something that looked like a bowl of hamburger meat. And this was danny Least danny's destroyed head. That's very macab. But within minutes of arriving j. Bible had found a second body. They had missed the previous day. And how we don't know it seems impossible to have missed this your stove. This body was identified as danny freeman and upon autopsy. It was determined that both danny and kathy had been shot in the head with a shotgun and killed before their home was set on fire. So lorena j. looking at each other in disbelief. How did the investigators. Mrs entire human body and it was safer his head being obliterated his body was intact not just a sack of ashes now they could tell it was a body they could tell it was a man so how do you how do you miss it anyway. That's the big question. I think maybe there was just this assumption. That danny had done it and taken off. But that's very irresponsible and doesn't even make a lot of sense to me for no those so each theory about how kathy had died and each theory about daddy..

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Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:14 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Posted all over the town and danny said afterwards that the sheriff deputies were following him and stocking the family the incident was investigated and it was decided in favor of the deputy. That's not a big surprise. no it isn't local. People had their own theories about what happened that day and the freeman family is understandably upset and angry and that created the ongoing hostility between danny freeman. The sheriff's danny certainly believed that his son was killed in an act of cold-blooded murder and according to the family shot in the back. Which would make the author story of what happened untrue. Still the shooting list ruled justifiable based on the testimony of the shooter. And that's the deputy named david hayes. Well i guess according to the sheriff's office this deputy passed a lie detector test when he was giving his version of events. So that makes it. True now doesn't oh. We know that lie detector tests really don't determine who's lying. It just measures the stress response right now back in the summer of ninety eight. Ashley's father. Danny who was already known to have a really violent temper. Had been charged with abusing. Shame and shane wasn't the only one who was a victim of danny's temper beck in nineteen eighty five. Danny was charged with beating his father-in-law after the father-in-law trimmed danny's front yard bushes without asking for permission. So the father in law had a restraining order against danny for his own protection. The local rumor was the danny was involved in drugs and he was verbally and even physically abusive of his wife and children. But he and kathy would definitely deny this and there was no evidence his wife. Cathy was described as a very loving caring person and she was also a dependable worker. She was the main supporter of the family. At this point. She always showed up for work and she was one who was never in trouble with the law at all. So initially sixteenth birthday. Her mom cathy freeman was thirty. Seven it was a wednesday and kathy had a lot to do for her daughter's special day. She prepared a late breakfast of biscuits and gravy. For danny and danny had been doing as he was working. Odd jobs heeded some welding here and there. He also sold wildflowers and willow branches to a local florist..

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Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:37 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on True Crime Brewery

"True crime contains disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised. Welcome to true crime. Burry i'm jill and on dick the rural oklahoma home of danny and cathy freeman went up in flames in the frigid early morning. Hours of december thirtieth nineteen ninety nine kathy and danny's bodies were found inside. They both been killed by gunshots to their heads. They're sixteen year. Old daughter. Ashley and her best friend laura bible. Who had been there for a sleepover disappeared from their beds. Years of searching for the two girls came up empty. The search extended into mexico and canada but rumor in the small community pointed to local lowlifes as the killers and kidnappers. Join us at the quiet end for gone in the night. The freemen's should've felt safe in their humble country home but the formerly beautiful landscape of welsh oklahoma was immersed in drug culture and the local police were appallingly ineffective demonstrating shocking levels of negligence and corruption. So we have a fascinating heartbreaking story today and i assume we have a delicious beer redo one of my all time favorite beers from one of my all time favorite breweries. This is bourbon barrel aged weekend from prairie artisan hells in crabs. This is a phenomenal stout. That's pretty high. The outgrow fourteen percent. So we will be passing his around. Maybe do a two ounce serving. well maybe four. they're not allowed to skimpy. It's black little tiny town head. Nice aroma chocolate marshmallow coconut. An alcohol taste is. What gets you chocolate fudge marshmallow coconut vanilla and bourbon. Just us and does sound good. It is very sweet very filling a desert beer. You probably wouldn't want more than four ounces at a time. Well she wanna fall asleep. At least we could kidnapped well after that absolutely well. Let's open it up then okay all.

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The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

eBay for Business

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

"Lots of new things released it ebay over the last year so many new things that it's sometimes hard to keep track of them all and one thing i noticed in the last year on the podcast episodes as we have not talked about some of the changes and enhancements to a feature that a lot of us so on ebay just take for granted and that's your ebay store ebay stores haven't really changed in at least ten years recently. There was some really interesting enhancements to the store. And i thought it would be good to get an expert on. Please join me in welcoming from. I love to be selling dot com. Our friend. cathy tara grew up. Good to be here. I want to assume that a lot of our listeners may have an ebay store and they are not quite aware of all the things that an ebay store can do. So let's talk about that. What are some of your view. What are some of the top benefits to having an ebay store. He may stores just are so amazing as far as helping you to reach out for customers and to drive repeat traffic ebay open online when the ebay stores team presented one thing they really drove home was the increase in repeat buyers that somebody with a store gets and they quoted some really nice statistics. So it's worth to go back and listen to that remember correctly. The higher rate of repeat purchases is anywhere from twenty to sixty five percent over seller without a store. Obviously there's a range you know ebay. Sellers sell such range of items and there is such a range of stores. I mean my attention. i don't know about you. i'll take twenty percent for just more sales like immediately. My ears go up and i listened very carefully to the presentations on ebay stores for the things that they talked about that. Help you as a seller to drive. Repeat purchases because again we all to get that one chang but how nice even when you're variety seller. A store really really helps you with that. There is so much an ebay store you know. Oftentimes just busy listing listening listening. And we don't deep dive into all the things that are available to a store and some things are very simple that you can literally have it up and running to help you drive repeat traffic and drive sales literally in a matter of a minute to

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Mother of Dead Marine Calls Joe Biden a 'Piece of Crap'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Mother of Dead Marine Calls Joe Biden a 'Piece of Crap'

"Just what i thought things couldn't get any more insipid. I'm sending article from the washington post that says that president biden's trip to dover was tough on him. He had a tough time because his life has been shaped heavily by tragedy and it was tough for him to have to go receive. The bodies of the service members were killed in afghanistan to make this about biden is mind-blowing. Because i too thought how difficult the trip to dover must have been for biden because he had to explain to those families why he made the decision. He made that led to the deaths of their loved. Ones one of the mothers whose son was killed called into a radio show happens to be a friend of mine. Andrew cow over on sirius. Xm her name. is cathy. mccollum her twenty year old son. Riley was among the thirteen u s servicemembers killed in the attack. And as you can imagine. This mother is grieving. Whose mother is grief-stricken but she's also angry and as you'll hear she's angry at the president of the united states kathy colorado. You're on the majority. Hello hey my son was one of the marines. I yesterday. I listen to that. Sorry i'm on the radio. No no no no. No i got son was one of the marines yesterday. Twenty years and six months old getting ready to come home for freaking jordan to be with his wife to watch the birth of his son and that dementia ridden piece of crap. Just sent my son to

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Don Everly, One-Half of the Pioneering Everly Brothers, Dies at 84

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Don Everly, One-Half of the Pioneering Everly Brothers, Dies at 84

"Singer don Everly of the Everly brothers has died in Nashville Tennessee at the age of eighty four according to his attorney details were not given I'm marches are a letter with a look at his career the Everly brothers combined pop rock and country with distinctive harmonies for sound that influenced many groups who followed bye bye love was their first hit reaching number two in nineteen fifty seven the follow that up with the number one song wake up little Susie other Everly brothers hits include all I have to do is dream when will I be loved and Cathy's clown police broke up on stage in nineteen seventy three and did not reunite for ten years they were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame as part of the first class in nineteen eighty six Phil Everly died in twenty fourteen

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Casting and Location Update for the Film "My Son Hunter"

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last month

Casting and Location Update for the Film "My Son Hunter"

"Falem this film. You said it's awesome powers meets king. Lear meets house of cards. You're not kidding. I mean it kind of crosses genres you and an wrote the script when you mentioned king lear. Suddenly it gives it pathos because this is a true story. It's horrifying it's fascinating if you raise the money. When would the film being able to Would you be able to shoot the film. And will i have a principal role. Well we're going to be shitting. We're going to start shooting either. The eighteenth of october twenty. Fifth tober in serbia. Like it's happening and we're gonna film. It ends serbia because that'll double as the ukrainian Yeah you mentioned. King lear again me branching king lear save did end up wandering piece in senility. Did you see joe biden. Come off their the helicopter last recently on get confused with which way to get into the white house experience shakespearean moment king lear crack year hurricane. I believe was what he meant to say. So in this film you have. It's the story of of hunter biden. Have you cast hunter. Have you cast joe biden. How does that work no. We're literally this close to cathy. Nam or very close stocks. Then you have a chance you know look we. We look closely You know your your schedule is just too full for us. you know. i also well. Well-known people people also assume associated with intellectualism and integrity and. I just don't think that you can make the leap people longer associated with these things. Thankfully so. I think i still have a chance to play hunter or joe Depending on i can do a lot of things with my hair. We're going to we're going to really. We're going to have fun shooting this together. My son hunter dot com.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"In order to license your music than i called ad agencies. Would you like to send a representative sure okay. Cool is starting to be this really fun thing i did. I did like ten of those in in person. Until i finally got a call from a woman who lived in boston and she said i wanna come like. I don't live there. Can you create an online course to help. Artists know how to license their music to film and tv. And i said no. That's like japanese to me. I don't know what you're talking about. I didn't even have an instagram account or an email lists or anything anyway. I decided i would like to give it a whirl. Why not and I created an online course and it made a million million dollars made a million dollars. A year We had five hundred students in a year and it was a two thousand year long program whereas essentially one hundred eighty five bucks a month for me to coaching every week and then hired assistant coaches and then one of the people in my class said you know what cathy you're. You're you're talking about songwriting. That's like ten percent of the time and it's really specific but ninety percent of the time you are helping us as creative figure out how to monetize or doing every creative person needs us and you should start podcast. And i'm like i don't know what that is but let's do it and so we started a podcast with again no instagram. No email is just like students in my course. Basically five hundred people in the world. You know who who. I was and I just have to say like hearing your story in this way. You know like you said you take your mess and it becomes your message but since you from your childhood even to the point of you in your early twenties going to l. a. Chasing.

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Everything You Need to Know About Elon, Jack and Cathies Bitcoin Chat

The Breakdown with NLW

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About Elon, Jack and Cathies Bitcoin Chat

"The b word was an event held by arc. That was meant to demystify bitcoin and specifically to demystify it for institutions. That had perhaps gotten off track with bitcoin in their relationship with bitcoin. During the absolute craziness of the first part of this year to that end yesterday saw sessions on energy and mining. Courtesy of nick carter sessions on the macro context with lynn alden discussions of human rights and bitcoin with alex glad scene but there was absolutely no doubt that the most anticipated part of the show was the discussion between jack. Dorsey kathy would andy mosque with steve lee from square crypto. Moderating as i said yesterday on the show the whole thing had come up theoretically spontaneously on twitter with ilan making a joke. On one of jack's threads at least that's what we were made to think. It seems far more likely to me that the whole thing was engineered by would herself. Who was up until very recently the connective link between ilan in the bitcoin. Space whatever the providence of the discussion however. There is no doubt that the market had serious anticipation around what was going to be said. Bitcoin had rallied from under thirty thousand dollars on tuesday to around thirty two thousand dollars as the discussion began. I think the best way to highlight the event is to go person by person and give a little sense of the highlights of what they discussed from there. I can provide a bit more of the shared. Sense of how the discussion proceeded.

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Progressive Take on Christianity

Immigrantly

02:34 min | 3 months ago

Progressive Take on Christianity

"Thank you so much for being here cathy. I have a lot of questions for you. And i'm really excited that we're doing this. Thank you. i'm excited to be here saadia. So right off the bat. I was listening to your interviews and i discovered that you and i agree on. Things are theme for season. Eleven is religion spirituality an american identity. We are trying to dig deep into that intersection analogy. And you're a practicing christian. What is your interpretation of god. And how does your relationship with god manifest in your everyday life. That's a great question you know. I grew up imagining god to be a white man. You know the language around heavenly father and even though my earthly father is not a white man. I think there was something around the way in sunday school that was taught and imagined or described. I always imagined kind of this older white. Bearded man and that has changed thankfully over the years and decades and really believing god is neither male nor female and fat. God as god creator doesn't take human form as god right so in the christian faith god takes human form in. Jesus yes. I agree with that but god as god for me no longer takes that form And that has been for me that biggest shift in the last few years really embracing that and understanding that and so in my day to day experience and expression and understanding of god is that there is a presence of the creator in all living things and even indirectly in all things that god the creator has created us human beings and we then intern mimic that in the creation

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Why Central Banks Will Add Bitcoin to Their Balance Sheets

The Breakdown with NLW

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Why Central Banks Will Add Bitcoin to Their Balance Sheets

"Cathy. It's wonderful to be here with you again. I'm very happy to be here. Nathaniel is fit in lots of action over the last three months. So let's talk. I mean is wild since we talked so much has changed in such a short amount of time. Let's just start. I guess with the question that i think everyone is trying to sort through right now. Which is are we still in a bull market. Have we shifted into a bear market. Is there some weird dead cat. Bounce thing going on where. Where are we in this market cycle and is the cycle that we normally think about it. Even the right stick to us anymore. So we're talking about crypto here. Right crypto specifically. Yeah but i mean turns out it might. It might involve not crypto as well and the answer that question but actually Well we've just we just saw a fifty percent drop so this idea of a super cycle that that would never happen again. Well that's that's out the window. And i do think it was precipitated. By the es g movement to end this notion a which was exacerbated by elon. Musk that there are some real environmental problems here. with bitcoin with the mining bitcoin and And so i think that a lot of institutional buying went on pause. Shall i say and i think there were a lot of expectations that there would be follow through by institutions. We wrote a paper last september october. Saying that we did believe this. New asset class was finally getting the respect that it needs from institutions There have been some leaders out there. Certainly a fidelity and mass mutual and then on the balance sheet you've seen square and tesla micra strategy. Of course of course. And all of these rethought were teeing up the institutional world for some real participation in this space

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Why Does Alexa Not Hear Me?

Voice in Canada

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Why Does Alexa Not Hear Me?

"This question is for kathy williams manly and she says okay. This will probably seem like a silly question. But what the heck. When i have my music playing on my lexi loud have to scream to get it to respond to my stop command. Anyone else and we had a lot of people that i commented on this and i'll go through some of these answers The first one is Jamie says One of his. And it's infuriating. So i hope someone does find an answer to that and a couple of other people also chimed said. Yeah they notice that too Here's what i think is going on and I tend to agree with this answering. This is from lawley may doodle and Lally says. I really think the problem is lexi. Can't hear you over the volume of the music. I have the same problem. And i tend to agree with you. I think sometimes when the music is loud your voice gets blended in with that music. But here's a couple of other tips. Pete says Periodic periodically reboot your router and your echoes. Also waiting for a lull in the music can help As can emphasizing or lengthening the second syllable of your wake word as in l. an emphasizing. The part i don't actually say the word. Because i don't want to trigger your device so basically if you try to enunciate the wake word a little bit better with a slight pause after the wake word that can help. But i do think the time anyway. Not all the time but some time. It is simply the volume of music. So cathy i think those are the things that you need. Do try enunciating pausing. And just being aware that sums volume can affect the The response of

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Arizona's Tom Horne Seeks Return as State Schools Chief

Russell & Hunter

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Arizona's Tom Horne Seeks Return as State Schools Chief

"Remember the name Tom Horn? Will. He's officially launched his political comeback or his attempt to and he wants his old job back. Former Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne wants to be superintendent of public instruction. He jumped into the race for schools chief yesterday or in previously held the office from 2003 to 2011. He launched his campaign on a platform of returning to English. Mission over bilingual education and banning lessons on critical race theory and ethnic studies. Current Superintendent of Public Instruction Democrat Cathy Hoffman announced last month she seeking re election. Greg

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"cathy" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"What gave you that business month. I'm ed a generation of entrepreneurs. We still have a school in mississippi. That's one hundred and fifteen years old founded by my mother's father called the party with score piney woods mississippi one of the few black forty schools still open and teaching you know and housing children So it was expected me to work for myself. Hus- i'm kind of like the three of you. All i were better being in charge. Okay i worked better. He turned my own destiny. Earthly and so I realized early on As i looked around washington. Dc is always been such a socially active community because of the nearly when i moved there eighty percent black population. We'll call it a chocolate city back in those days And so now kind of neopolitan logger chocolate city but I knew that my mouth will get me in trouble quite frankly sometimes the three of you all so i knew early on that. It was best that i followed the apple of my family. My mother with the international sweethearts of rhythm. She was a founding member of the spam. My mother was only sixteen years old when she ran away from home enjoying the bank. It's i've always had this boldness about standing up for what i believe again and certainly it's easier to do it. Then you're the boss. I we have more kathy. Don't move the breakfast club good morning. Everybody is tj envy. angela ye shall into god. We are the breakfast club was still kicking with cathy. Hughes now of course entrepreneur radio tv personality business executives. She found it. Radio one also known as urban one charlemagne miss. You don't wanna know how. How do you spot talent. And do you think radio is is giving you know personality the opportunity to still be personalities. I think that you will reopen that. I was very familiar with all three of you. Because one of the things got history. Blessed me with this the ability to spot talent. And i'd like i said i was track. I remember when you were with wendy williams. Wendy williams started with the. I remember when you were seriously trying to get people to read books. Angela and still are doing that and dj end. The i remember. Everybody was honored to be you know associated with you and the things that you were doing on the turntable. So i've always kept my eye out for budding talent Being able to to recognize talent in individuals even before it come into his full for wishing. I thank god for that ability for that talent. I think maybe if i had gone a different path and gone into music industry each that i would have a lot of platinum plaque walls. Absolutely how difficult is it for owning a african american station of black station. I always look at it. And i look at these sponsorships these big companies and i see them spend money with all the other station all these white stations and country stations in and it seemed like they never wanna spend it with the black stations that stations but media company. Because it's not just a radio newspapers magazine. Yeah we had trolled. How did you get around. Yes let me tell you a true story about. Wb l. s. in new york when wb l. s. list number one in new york city. That may be wb l. s. The number one radio station. In the entire united states women we looked at revenue. They would number twenty four while the. How could you be the number one. They should because they were black. Okay how can you be number one and you don't get the prize. Okay you have your top ten. What has happened is the reality is kind of like an example. I use when. I'm training my sales teams. There are lot more cars than there are parking spaces. There's a lot more competition and even now because everyone is into the blacks face. Everyone is an expert on black culture black people. There's a lot of talk now about corporations spinning a lot. More money with black owned media. Well the reality is. I've heard the conversations. I've participated some the meetings. So far i have not seen it. Hit our bottom line. Alexey is whatever you spend with me takes away from another company takes away from georgia market company so those advertising agencies have relationships with their cousin is running x y and z station and their in son-in-law is doing this. We don't have that type of network in the advertising community so consequently we get crumbs off the table. I mean general motors now is talking about going from two percent to four percent ultimately to eight percent. There's a lot of controversy about that because reality is by eleven percent of their automobile way. So why not. We'd be allowed to get the same percentage in advertising revenue and support. So you know. I mean when i first started inner city broadcasting and be a less. They were the ultimate. I'd never thought that one day my company urban one would be radio one. Tv one cleo syndication one reach media. I've never realized that. I would end up feeling voids that i'd even. I didn't even know what exists which ended up being us being the largest company that was not i design. That was because we were filling a void because black companies right now as we speak are closing left and right because of lack of support particularly in the media advertising support and the other thing is is like something that you all are confronted with. How you build you know listener loyalty. How do you build. You're loyalty because you know my class used to always hate to hear. Be talk about fox. I said how many of you love empire. Everybody's hand went up. I said how many of you hate fox news. Everybody's hamlin of us. If you realize that the same white folks that run fox news also are the same white folks make decisions on am drug. That's reality okay. That's reality. And i think that when you really understand how hard it is. It's been hard for black media to survive. Black owned media sort of very time in has gotten any easier. No that's why what you're doing you know what you've done and what you continue to do so incredible. I wanted to ask you did you like. Are you a portrayed in the wendy williams now because it was inaccurate deanna williams didn't work for me and that's who she was in the room. I have never ever once smoked cigarette inside a facility. I used to be a chain smoker. Thank god at mom with two decades now. Offer a no cigarettes but No i did not. And it was so interesting because she said i throw her out like trash. But whitney williams just came on cleo television and is doing a provost. I'm all lorna. Have mercy so confused right as i'm a little confused wendy because i can't tell you how many times i've been so proud of her Statements concerning the difference that we made in her life and her career and then that could trail when i got a clip. 'cause i'm sure that the media wanted to comment and get some back and forth go and But i just swallowed you know my pride because it was not accurate. He was not at all. That's not how windy left Our company i would never have thrown her out. Andro of wendy was going through some seriously troubled times when she was with me and i have been so proud of how she's been able to weather the storm and keep going but the one thing i have to give her credit for. She may.

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Interview With Cathy Southwick, Chief Information Officer, Pure Storage

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

02:32 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Cathy Southwick, Chief Information Officer, Pure Storage

"Capi south welcomed technician. It's great to see you today. Great to see you too. Thank you kathy. I thought we would begin with you. Your role you are the chief information officer pure storage and maybe you can take a quick moment in provide a brief overview of pure storage. Is business right now. I'd love to do that. So you know appears for relatively young company are i ten years we really set out. To complete change. Storage industry disrupt the status quo. That we'd all been dealing with from an it lens and our vision was really built on being very customer. Centric wanted to fundamentally change expectations for data storage management. Want to think about it from enabling codebase real time access to resilient hybrid cloud data storage for it Not just for. It also developers devops alike etc and really week of storage as co we really want to storage to be dynamic to provide that cloud experience be flexible on demand and really be able to allow developers in spanish to really consume it at their at their Their needs so. That was really whole premise. Behind period. we of say we put the check mark on that and now as we had to go into this next ten years of our company. We really wanna make sure that. We're empowering those organizations who want to really think about their operations as true automated storage as a service model and and really to work across multiple clouds in environments and So that supports on premise. Off prem dedicated or shared platform. So that's really kind of the essence of pure as really being that very customer centric figuring out where we want to be to help our customers data to use Whether reducing the complexity and be able to manage their for structure. That kind of sums up. Think about pure. That's great a great summary. I appreciate you giving that overview and let's talk a bit about your role is a chief information officer no to seattle roles exactly alike. What's what's the what's within your purview. Kathy yeah. I feel very fortunate. I have an incredible Global it team. That's in both domestic us wilson locations around the world as well And we also have responsibility for our cyber strategy for all of the enterprise as well as our product so think of the traditional. It responsibilities of all of our on prem off prem the assassin environments application environments along with data federal that. We support the business but we also have that responsibility as well for looking at what cyber look like for our business around helping to ensure we protect not just our employees and our company but also our customers as well

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"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

"To we realized what he did. Tom story sounds like bullshit. And that's because it is let's face it. He's an abusive controlling narcissist who could not stand to lose control over his wife who he considered to be property slowly. Cathy was gaining her independence. Which explains why violence really ramped up. When she got a job at jc penney and asserted some control over her own life and now he's been caught. He's in jail then like the coward that he is yes to pretend he was blacked out when he killed these two people and later laura learned of several possible reasons that could have prompted a psychopathic tom to kill his wife and mother-in-law so courting two stories that laura had heard. Tom suspected kathy of having an affair and spoiler alert cheat wasn't however she did have a strictly platonic male friend that she used to talk to and tom did not like that. Well this male friend of kathy is actually owned a clothing store and a few months before the murders the stores windows had been shot out with a gun. The police never found out who did it. But we can obviously all assume that it was. Tom and tom became so paranoid he.

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"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

"Or description of her aunt. At this point in my life i think he's a fucking asshole but at that point in my life what i consider to be that now would be a show off. I always thought he thought he was like cool. You know in my mind. I'd be like who does he think he is. He thinks he's cool and he's not you know like kind of that's the impression i had them very. Stern never really cordial or smiley or anything like that. Just kind of just a loud mouth and turn is how i remember years. After cathy was murdered laura heard several stories from her parents. So the wedding. Laura's parents was almost destroyed after. Tom flew into a jealous rage when cathy was partnered to walk down the aisle with a different man relative in the wedding party. Tom accused this man of coming onto his wife. Words were exchanged. Laura's dad the groom had to step in and intervene and everyone was crying. And there is all of this drama at the wedding and this kind of controlling possessive often pressure off but it can really be indicative of abuse and deep seated dysfunction within a relationship. So laura's parents had several encounters with tom over the years where he would demonstrate this narcissistic dominant personality and everyone seemed to tolerate him for the sake of just trying to keep the peace but no one liked him. My cousin has told me that there were several nights he could hear him slapping her or fitting or like in. The next room is a room was right next to theirs and her coming and laying in bed her and crying and then him coming in and saying you don't need to lay with her and like taking her out by nineteen seventy-nine caffeine. Tom's marital problems continued to get worse. The arguments continued in. Kathy began that job at jc. Penney when things got even worse so once she got that job. The abuse apparently escalated intern. Physical laura learned that at one point after kathy had been hired at jc penney management. Wanted her to model in one of the fashion shows. They were having at the store so cathy wanted to do it. But when tom found out he ended up getting her so she wouldn't be able to be in the show as we discussed the circumstances between caffeine. Tom the domestic violence component. We're dealing with here is a given. But women can hardly get people in charge to give a shit about domestic violence now in two thousand twenty one. So imagine the position. You'd be in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. There were so few resources or people to turn to if you being beaten by your partner every night so during the seventies domestic violence for the most part was largely unrecognized in the legal and medical communities and it wasn't really socially acknowledged either women's shelters just weren't really a thing and here's an example which demonstrates how much the people in charge gave a damn about women needing resources to escape domestic violence so looking at nineteen seventy-three l. a. For example homeless shelters provided a thousand beds for men for women thirty by nineteen seventy-nine the equal rights movement had made progress in having the powers-that-be acknowledged the existence just the existence of domestic violence in american homes. But there were still scant resources and shifting back to our story it was february of nineteen seventy nine when it seemed as though kathy was mustering the strength to leave tom once and for all and we asked laura. What prompted kathy to finally take the leap and divorce tom. I think this happy and domestic violence. Which at that. Time wasn't even address. That all i heard from my mom and dad that she would wear long sleeve to work a lot because she had a lot of bruises on her arms and large the week before it happened. My aunt asked him for a divorce and she told her best friend. They c. penny the next day that he told her. If no if i can have you nobody's gonna have you so it's really awesome. The world starting to open up. Which means that. We're going to all be a lot busier and sometimes you just don't have the time to cook. And that's why. I love our sponsor daily harvest so daily delivers delicious. Food all built on organic fruits and vegetables. 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Ninety nine dollars plus get the forty five dollar unlimited talk text and data plan with no contract on america's best networks up to fifty percent less thirty four year old tom. Callahan had become increasingly violent and abusive towards his thirty year. Old wife kathy. And by february of nineteen seventy-nine things between the couple had really reached a fever pitch after years of escalating abuse. Cathy had asked tom for a divorce. And on february twenty first. Tom decided to go to a bar with a friend and drown his sorrows. From what i understand. They were at a bar or something like out to launch an or something like that and he made the comment something like i got a gun. I'm gonna do kathy and the front was like. Are you out of your mind. No tom wasn't out of his mind. He knew exactly what he was saying. And he wasn't kidding. Thomas.

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"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

"Twenty first so winter and back in the early seventies. We had pretty bad snowstorms. Time laura's nuclear family consisted of her mother father and two siblings from what i remember From the time it happened was bad. my dad was working out of town. Gordon turn to evening. My mom eighth thinner. We were sitting down. The phone rang. Laura's mother picked up the phone. And laura instantly noticed a shift in her body language and demeanor and i visually saw my mom just not being upset but like freaking out. I didn't know what was going on. But but she was definitely Hazing and anxiety. Laura was thirteen years old in nineteen seventy nine and she couldn't have known that her mother had actually picked up the phone and receive one of those horrifying calls. Everyone is always afraid of receiving gwede. Asked her what was wrong. She just wouldn't tell us anything. Time passed and laura's mother continued to say nothing. So i remember her waiting for my dad to come home As soon as she saw the headlights in the driveway she's be lined out. The door. left there so. This is confusing. Laura's mother had received a phone call in outside when her father came home laura and her siblings expected their mother and father to obviously come back inside but instead their parents sped away in her father's car and hours passed laura didn't know what to think but she could recall one thing that her mom said when she was on that ominous phone call. There was mention of her grandmother who lived nearby. Laura in the members of her family were extremely close with her sixty three year old grandmother. Who is named elizabeth. jared sack. My grandma was a pretty strong hungarian lady so she was very outspoken. Definitely told it like it was no bullshitting about anything. He definitely put you in your place but she was my grandma so us kids. She was always loving. She always gave us what we wanted. We always had a lot of fun at her house. Played a lot of games. Played numerous yahtzee and rummy games all the time coloring remember those types of things. We had a really close family growing up. It was a lot of sunday dinners that we were always over so it was our family my cousins and my aunt and uncle and then my grandparents and it was an every sunday of asian so we saw them every weekend. Okay back to this february. Twenty first evening ra. Laura is observing this odd sequence of events unfolding in front of her after hearing. Her mother mentioned her grandmother on this jarring. Call one of the only things that was going through her head was that maybe something had happened to her grandmother. Maybe she had fallen her. Gotten ill or got hurt or something. I thought maybe some she was in the hospital and they were at my grandma's so i'm calling naturally. I'm calling my grandma to speak to my mom and dad but the police answered the phone. It's never good when the police answered the phone. Then you know still at like thirteen. I'm trying to grasp what what what's the deal is what what was going on and He just said to hang tight that my parents would be home soon. Okay well to a thirteen year old. These words by police officer were probably pretty comforting to laura thing sounded okay and like the officer said her parents would be home soon. Laura and her siblings had no choice but to just hang tight. I remember talking amongst my brothers wondering but not knowing anything and not knowing anything until they came back then around eleven pm law heard their parents car approaching outside but oddly enough when laura looked outside she realizes her parents hadn't returned alone right. Laura's parents approached the home with three of laura's first cousins twelve year old sherry ten-year-old theresa and seven year old. Tom and laura walked up to her cousin. Theresa i am outside with her. And i say to her. What are you guys doing here. And she's like. I have no idea. And i'm like why and there were two more members of extended family who had also tagged along. They have their dog and my grandma's dog cousins and family dogs. So what exactly was this occasion. Once initial greetings were made laura's parents brought all the kids inside and the mood was strained. It was tents. That's when my dad and mom sat down and hold all six of what happened. I know where everyone was standing in the kitchen. And it's like it's like. I can remember it as clear as day and i think he was more so talking to the my three cousins. You know because of the way he said it. Laura's father turned to his two nieces and nephew. Your father shot your mother. Kathy had been killed by her uncle. Tom cathy's husband. I just remember everyone wait. It was like hand like break down crying my cousin. Who's the oldest. At the time she threw a few expletives and you know that mother fucking son of a bad you know and then i just remember crying and my mom and dad hugging us and then after that relatives upon relatives coming to our house all night long a moment like this such horrific news. This shatters the lives of so many in an instant. So the question here what the fuck happened. While we're going to rewind and tell you so katherine kathy jo sack. Met thomas callahan. When she was in high school at only sixteen years old thomas older he was nineteen when the couple began dating. And by the time that kathy had turned seventeen she was pregnant. Following the news of the impending baby. Kathy and tom ran off to michigan to get married. They pick the state of michigan because a signature wouldn't be required for the couple to legally. Wed there so that's what they did and they had this whirlwind wedding and it's worth mentioning that kathy's family was not happy about any of this. It's probably no surprise that the shotgun wedding which excluded both sets of parents with not the best foot to start this marriage out on. Kathy's parents didn't take to tom. And this was especially the case with laura's grandmother elizabeth remember cathy's mother. She did not like him at all and even want them to get married when they got married. 'cause they ran off and got married so even though elizabeth hated her new son-in-law life didn't stop for kathy and tom callahan. They continued to build a life together. They had three children in total and tom was earning a living. As a real estate agent. Or the time. Kathy was thirty one. She was also working in addition to caring for their three kids. He got a job at a later on at jc. Penney a department store where she worked. You know just in the customer service department. She was pretty quiet. I always thought she was really pretty real dark. Black hair with blue eyes. And i've kind of always admired her just because house. She was with the kids and stuff and just how she wasn't an. I stayed over there. She was very.

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"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

06:47 min | 5 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

"The setting for. Today's case is maple heights ohio. We're just suburban neighborhood on the outskirts of cleveland and it was named for the copious maple trees that pepper the region and today's case takes us back to february of nineteen seventy-nine. Do you think. I'm sexy by rod store. Gloria gaynor's i will survive or topping the billboard charts and elvis of the movie and the warriors were in theaters in. Today's story starts in the morning of a very cold february day. Here's laura our first degree. Who was born and raised in maple heights. It was february twenty first so winter and back in the early seventies. We had pretty bad snowstorms. Time laura's nuclear family consisted of her mother father and two siblings from what i remember From the time it happened was bad. my dad was working out of town. Gordon turn to evening. My mom eighth thinner. We were sitting down. The phone rang. Laura's mother picked up the phone. And laura instantly noticed a shift in her body language and demeanor and i visually saw my mom just not being upset but like freaking out. I didn't know what was going on. But but she was definitely Hazing and anxiety. Laura was thirteen years old in nineteen seventy nine and she couldn't have known that her mother had actually picked up the phone and receive one of those horrifying calls. Everyone is always afraid of receiving gwede. Asked her what was wrong. She just wouldn't tell us anything. Time passed and laura's mother continued to say nothing. So i remember her waiting for my dad to come home As soon as she saw the headlights in the driveway she's be lined out. The door. left there so. This is confusing. Laura's mother had received a phone call in outside when her father came home laura and her siblings expected their mother and father to obviously come back inside but instead their parents sped away in her father's car and hours passed laura didn't know what to think but she could recall one thing that her mom said when she was on that ominous phone call. There was mention of her grandmother who lived nearby. Laura in the members of her family were extremely close with her sixty three year old grandmother. Who is named elizabeth. jared sack. My grandma was a pretty strong hungarian lady so she was very outspoken. Definitely told it like it was no bullshitting about anything. He definitely put you in your place but she was my grandma so us kids. She was always loving. She always gave us what we wanted. We always had a lot of fun at her house. Played a lot of games. Played numerous yahtzee and rummy games all the time coloring remember those types of things. We had a really close family growing up. It was a lot of sunday dinners that we were always over so it was our family my cousins and my aunt and uncle and then my grandparents and it was an every sunday of asian so we saw them every weekend. Okay back to this february. Twenty first evening ra. Laura is observing this odd sequence of events unfolding in front of her after hearing. Her mother mentioned her grandmother on this jarring. Call one of the only things that was going through her head was that maybe something had happened to her grandmother. Maybe she had fallen her. Gotten ill or got hurt or something. I thought maybe some she was in the hospital and they were at my grandma's so i'm calling naturally. I'm calling my grandma to speak to my mom and dad but the police answered the phone. It's never good when the police answered the phone. Then you know still at like thirteen. I'm trying to grasp what what what's the deal is what what was going on and He just said to hang tight that my parents would be home soon. Okay well to a thirteen year old. These words by police officer were probably pretty comforting to laura thing sounded okay and like the officer said her parents would be home soon. Laura and her siblings had no choice but to just hang tight. I remember talking amongst my brothers wondering but not knowing anything and not knowing anything until they came back then around eleven pm law heard their parents car approaching outside but oddly enough when laura looked outside she realizes her parents hadn't returned alone right. Laura's parents approached the home with three of laura's first cousins twelve year old sherry ten-year-old theresa and seven year old. Tom and laura walked up to her cousin. Theresa i am outside with her. And i say to her. What are you guys doing here. And she's like. I have no idea. And i'm like why and there were two more members of extended family who had also tagged along. They have their dog and my grandma's dog cousins and family dogs. So what exactly was this occasion. Once initial greetings were made laura's parents brought all the kids inside and the mood was strained. It was tents. That's when my dad and mom sat down and hold all six of what happened. I know where everyone was standing in the kitchen. And it's like it's like. I can remember it as clear as day and i think he was more so talking to the my three cousins. You know because of the way he said it. Laura's father turned to his two nieces and nephew. Your father shot your mother. Kathy had been killed by her uncle. Tom cathy's husband. I just remember everyone wait. It was like hand like break down crying my cousin. Who's the oldest. At the time she threw a few expletives and you know that mother fucking son of a bad you know and then i just remember crying and my mom and dad hugging us and then after that relatives upon relatives coming to our house all night long a moment like this such horrific news. This shatters the lives of so many in an instant. So the question here what.

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"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The First Degree

"It mainly real bitter against the world. I guess it seemed as if ever since that happened. It gave me a sad reality of how old the world really is. It was a rude awakening..

DHS Secretary Mayorkas guts Homeland Security Advisory Council

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

DHS Secretary Mayorkas guts Homeland Security Advisory Council

"Biden administration is gutting the Homeland Security Advisory Council, which provides the DHS secretary with advice. Political reports 32 members of the council have been fired is the administration continues to put its stamp on DHS. Among those removed were former deputy DHS secretary Ken Cuccinelli and former D C police chief Cathy Lanier.

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Cuomo defiant as top New York lawmakers call on him to quit

NBC Nightly News

03:14 min | 7 months ago

Cuomo defiant as top New York lawmakers call on him to quit

"The governor of new york state is under increasing pressure tonight. Governor andrew cuomo today was defiant refusing to resign after two more women came forward this weekend with allegations of inappropriate behavior but late today the democratic leader of the state senate said he must leave office because those allegations and a controversy over the reporting of cova deaths at new york nursing. Homes are quote drawing away from the business of government tonight with cathy. Park tonight new york governor andrew cuomo control after two more women have come forward alleging inappropriate behavior. I'm not gonna resigned. Because of allegations. Karen hidden cuomo former press aide during his time as hud secretary told the washington post and wnba that he crossed the line in two thousand when he asked her to his hotel room. He started asking me personal questions. I was uncomfortable with that conversation. So i stood up to leave and he walked across from his couch and embraced me intimately. It was not just a hug. It was an intimate embrace today in a call with reporters cuomo said that's not true. She has been a long time Political adversary of mine. Highly critical For many many years and has made many many accusations on a list of former cuomo aide told the wall street journal that during a two thousand fourteen reception. The governor hugged her kissed her on both cheeks and wrapped his arm around her lower back before taking this photo. I take pictures with people at ceremonial events. I never met at make. Anyone feel unwelcome in any way in recent weeks. Three women have accused cuomo of unwanted advances. He said he never touched anyone inappropriately today. He added that he wants attorney general to finish the investigation into their allegations of the findings. And then we'll go from there. But i'm not going to be distracted by this either but calls are growing louder for the three term governor to step down who's also caught in a separate scandal for allegedly under counting nursing home deaths during the pandemic his administration has denied any wrongdoing and kathy. Tell us about that growing list of people calling on the governor to step down okay. That's right. The list is growing among top state lawmakers on both chambers of the state legislature. This includes the senate majority leader as well as assembly speaker. Both asking governor cuomo to step down and according to the governor koehler. Says he's not going anywhere. They'll have to impeach him.

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The Art Of Showing Up For Yourself By Kathy Robinson

Optimal Living Daily

03:53 min | 7 months ago

The Art Of Showing Up For Yourself By Kathy Robinson

"Living a mosaic life cathy robinson of athena wellness dot com. I recently had a conversation with christie mclean a multimedia documentarian coach and global advocate. Who shared an alternative approach for those who may have felt frustrated by past well-meaning career advice to follow their passion chrissy recommends welcoming all interests into your work by exploring activities you enjoy and creating a values aligned portfolio when she was creating her own portfolio many years ago and exploring themes running through her numerous passions. She asked herself this question. Are there ways you can connect your passions in unusual in creative ways so you don't walk around feeling splintered and fractured but instead make a beautiful mosaic of all these different things. I love the idea of mosaic career. In fact i love the idea of mosaic life. The word mosaic means to use tiny parts to create a whole image or object but the word originates from a greek term meaning to muse in other words to reflect or meditate to be absorbed in thoughts to wonder in dream. I applaud those. Who know what they want to do early in their lives. And never waver from that path for the rest of us a mosaic life is such a gentle approach that takes the pressure off of finding that one thing a mosaic like a puzzle suggests play if feels like a wonderful invitation to allow our imaginations to wander amongst the things we love and welcome all the pieces of ourselves the broader and more diversified the better if a mosaic approach sounds intriguing. I recommend a three part process that found to be effective gather curate and connect number one gather. Does the fun part where you get to collect. All of your interests can be like clues or insights in the form of words values images sayings lyrics poems or quotes. You can recall a time when you felt a sense of meaning and got lost in time. Maybe there are favorite books blogs movies podcasts or just times when you felt moved by something or someone the things on your list don't need to make sense nor do they need to have the potential to earn money. They just need to be things that stir you in some way number to curate. Next highlight the items on your initial list that you feel completely drawn toward at this time you can keep the full list for later reference but for now will down your list as if curated an art collection creating space can be to honor and work with the items that are most enticing and number three connect lastly think of the type of life he liked to live or continue living which may include how to be of service or provide value in a new way with that as a backdrop begin to look for themes in your curated less does may take experimentation over time to shape tinker and make some order out of the list. Here's to put all of this into action. Select one thing from your list and take a small step toward it. You can do some research or schedule a bit of time to be in that space with all your heart. Did he is to spend time doing something that increases your energy allows you to lose yourself for a bit and makes you feel great. Once you're done. You may find as i do that. If you do this routinely your mood will get you naturally begin to spend more time doing the things you love. It doesn't happen overnight but the more you enjoy this time. The more the sacred space you're creating will expand has will your ability to become the mosaic assist of your life journal reflections if money time and family support were no object. How would you enjoy spending your time each day. What is the one thing. You'd like to spend time doing for the pure enjoyment of it. How about you take one step toward

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Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:09 min | 8 months ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments

"Center. All three Republican, U. S. Representatives from our state voted against removing Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments, even though two of them are making it clear they do not Support the Georgia congresswoman's more controversial ideas more from coma, score one. Hey, Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane, Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside and Jamie Herrera Butler of Vancouver may not endorse Greens views, but they rallied around House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who called the move to strip green of her committee assignments unprecedented Never Before in the history of this house. Has the majority abused its power in this way, Never. McMorris Rodgers makes it clear in a statement. Greens positions are not her positions, saying many of greens comments are quote beneath the dignity of her office. Herrera Butler is more specific, saying in a statement that despite what Green has claimed School shootings are not false flag events. California wildfires were not ignited by a space laser and the presidential election was not stolen. But she goes on to say she would not set a precedent where the majority party now dictates the way the minority seats its members, she writes. Quote that is a route to

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Wintry mix lingers in Washington DC region as icing leads to treacherous commute

NBC Nightly News

02:29 min | 8 months ago

Wintry mix lingers in Washington DC region as icing leads to treacherous commute

"Good evening the northeast is bracing for a major nor'easter tonight not just snowfall but high winds that could make for blizzard conditions and lead to power outages. The chicago area already picking up at least nine inches causing treacherous road conditions and it was tough going for drivers in virginia to snow in washington. Dc triggering a snow emergency. Their winter weather alerts are in place across eleven states. This new system fueled by a storm that came from california and crossed the entire nation over the past week. We'll get to the forecast in a moment but we begin with cathy. Park philadelphia tonight a monster. Winter storm is making a mess in the midwest. Snow bearing chicago cancelling more than two hundred fifty flights motorists stranded as conditions went from bad to worse it. Isn't it as what happens when you live chicago. Got to be ready for anything with snow. Piling up this delivery truck got stuck on a side street overnight and wisconsin temperatures plunged as winds picked up driving down. Visibility is getting really bad and it's really really cold. The nation's capital woke up to its first significant snowfall in two years ushering in a snowball. Fight the national mall and playful moments among dc's giant pandas slick roads. On virginia streets turned dangerous. This rollover accidents sent four firefighters to the hospital as a storm. Advances millions in the northeast bracing for impact boston businesses. Prepping for a hard hit. The bullseye could end up near new york city where blizzard like conditions are possible. This is not a storm to underestimate and ask people to get in mind. That tomorrow is going to be a really tough day. Philadelphia is gearing up to have blower. So i gotta get a shovel as a city gets ready for up to a foot of snow. What will the next twenty four hours look like while it's going to be challenging for booby trying to fight the snow with four hundred pieces and -sulting empower a citizenry and kathy's with us from philadelphia. So how are things looking there tonight. Kathy kate crews are working around the clock and the repaired to keep going at least through wednesday. The city has fifty thousand tons of salt. Ready to go for this storm.

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House impeaches Trump for historic second time

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

House impeaches Trump for historic second time

"US House delegation took to the floor during debate on a second impeachment of President Trump Comas. Ryan Harris has their remarks Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors. Inciting violence against the government of the United States. After the clerks reading of the single article of Impeachment into the record members in succession took the House floor, including Republicans, Jamie Herrera, Butler and Dan Newhouse of Washington in favor of impeachment president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Last week there was a domestic Rap at the door of the capital, and he did nothing to stop it. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says a vote to impeach will add to the division in our nation. A vote to impeach will further fanned the flames. The partisan division 10 Republicans voted for impeachment, Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane voted against it. Ryan

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"cathy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I it was nice to see harvey again because i played his announce. I'm seventeen from raging ball risque. But then i played his wife which Totally forgot. I quit his wife unconscious. Basically everybody's life. So far i might be missing a few but i'll get to them before right before. Sorry now but anyway said we had done. I kept thinking all the outlaws on. That's why germany. But it was on sunday when they explain this process going up there. It was like we'll do they. At least be you know you're on top of from patented skull but then like the film's accepted into sundance. This girl danielle mcdonald's now she's brilliant but in jerry that just see that they just. It was so much fun doing that movie which was truly dependent which they forgot to tell me that they can't pay you all right. I'll do it anyway down going back to sundown with it being the first movie sold and i just remember all of us were together like fox searchlight. I think just kinda case for like ten million dollars. You know something crazy weldon discontinue dancing because we were at a party but It just sometimes the independence. You have no choice but kind of dying out with everybody. Yeah nothing you. Don't you have a choice. But for some reason you just become a lot closer and you really become a family on the independence. That's why i was always a fan of that because you really are there because you want to absolutely and don't get me wrong throwing in a big budget every now and then you you that extra room for when it comes over but rarely is kind of like a life force in ohio. Really get to use your art in your craft and and don't get spoiled by not having a block long rv. I didn't think i began back to honey wagon. Which is when. I started out with a started out in honey wagon on raging bell actually thought the guy was backing Take qin the sacrifices that you know you will aware of after being seasoned for so many years that you're going to make it shouldn't really make a difference. You need a space where you can change and You need a stays for you can get into a mindset and other than that you're gonna be with these people all day long anyway same as for yourself at but i you know as you say the independent world is something very precious and i think that's why i say something like but i'm a cheerleader. Which you know. You've got natasha. Leone and claire divall and rupaul. A lot of people didn't know how long recall went under a different name. But was just that eddie. Cipriani aspirin town. Who actually used to. He'd be sec because her father robert town. Yeah little like outright chinatown on when they were doing the sequel to china or sequel whatever..

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"cathy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"It's like absolutely. I ain't not at chuck was at that point anyway. Pitcher might gorman had called. This is getting really long but not call. Yeah we'd like to have you come down in wonderful it now idea that even meant to go in and read the walk in the handy notice script cycle. He did a movie with a frigging video camera. Sixteen seventeen years old so anyway ago when i grade i can do this so she read with me and i went down to three times in red with her. She goes on. She walks me like another down this long hallway open up this door in was more scorsese and robert deniro at the launch to me more like. Hey how you doing completely unimpressed. But impressed but not really realizing their success in their allen in your important and that i should be kissing there. S really mad. I was shut down. They kept calling that. Mrs like in october in the corner back. Call me back. And i go back almost every day at like five thirty and watch like will these people walking out that were auditioning and i'd go back and i work with them and work with them and finally bending went to california for two weeks and i didn't hear them so you know i just figured it was free acting lessons in. I saved all that money. you know. Anyway it's funny. Because i was in the hospital during those two weeks of the had really bad pneumonia from going out when they shouldn't have been and it was like the middle of winter and just home from us on the air and pick me. The phone rang news his coma. We'd like you to do this. Wonderful fabulous like i knew what a screen just like. Okay so you've gotta be down. Mother sound states like five o'clock in the morning one. Anyway i went. I showed up on a win. Done some stuff with under the video camera acting out some scenes all won't gauge sound. Stay you know like what. I was doing which i knew nothing. And there's all these sets built and hundreds of people are now to. I'm born in the sixties. So now all of a sudden the you eyebrows Read lips in this. Make in this air in these clothes. That never sorry. You're gay anyway things like that. I didn't know the forties at all right. I'll just go with it right and john should. Then i think the first thing we were jamming probably like the pool scene may have built like offense in style in them. So mr scorsese had said okay cathy. Are you ready.

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"cathy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Someone who made such a fantastic impression impact. Inner very first movie. Why can't believe it was forty years ago. Were cathy moriarty. The co star of raging bull. She's done so many things since as in very full life since that moment in her life. But that was a game changer for you. That was the beginning of the game. The whole board like candy. Land without john yeah. It was a remarkable experience. And i can't believe it's forty years now and you know it's funny. You know what you think of the year like. How many years. Because they never had a from your for raging bulk ill. they did a twenty fifth anniversary. indicate who i'd play vicky lamotta had died like three days before it and jake was still alive. Animated you know. See him like four or five times a year but now j. is gone simulated people that are because obviously thank god. Except frankie vincent has gone on. Nick is gone. It's know time the forty years who's still with us and it's kinda sad to think of it along that line but it's people that like were in our lives for so many years you know and you don't realize that that much time goes by by and you was a kid. I was a kid. I was seventeen when i met them. Eighteen and nineteen when we did the movie. 'cause took a long time and i was twenty when it came out of my life. Golden years it is careers are fascinating because they start so many ways Did did you ever want to act. Was that something that you enjoyed. That was the only thing i was going to do. And i was determined in. When i was like seven years old i used to put on plays i was the casting director and the producer director and the star in one of seven kids in nine years. Everybody would tell them all what to do with fossey dumbed down then. I would charge like a nickel on friday nights. He come.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Viall Files

"Yeah I would love. I would love to learn more. This is really fascinating so thanks so much for. I really appreciate it all right. Have a good day. I agree cool. Yeah just want to give her. I want to learn more about. Yeah you know. She seems so intriguing and I get it though too like I can't. It's It's people people expect people to be a certain way and then when we get uncomfortable and get nervous we say things and sometimes those are can be offensive and rude and I when she said like people like call her weird or different and she's tired of explaining yourself for different reasons. I can relate. I can relate gets exhausting. You're just like you know and I'm not like that and I'm not like everyone awesome honestly. I don't want to try to be like that's great that you are but like you know whatever what's been so interesting to me about being on the show is how relatable every single situation is of we've all been in these same scenarios and how that's literally spread across the country. It's not just just one person. Yeah well that's why there's this park has has been successful and people always always still on because like love most relatable thing whether it's like and there's so many go like whoever you are whatever your sexual orientation is whatever your age is There's always issues as always struggles. We are dealing with their own problems. And it's it's also just really hard to navigate so That was that was a phone call. I really appreciate Cathy. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me a ton of fun. You'll have to come back. Yeah thanks for listening guys. Another great episode as always. We appreciate you tuning in Do we know who we have coming on Wednesday? We don't we don't know who is coming on Wednesday we front. Well we will at this point. I don't know yet so anyways. Make sure you tune in on Wednesday. We'll sure to bring you a wonderful episode and don't forget to send a senior questions that ask.

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"cathy" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on WTRH

"Saying it in fullness that is why Cathy can have that heart of it is well with my soul he it is then my when he all my in the forest can you see this and this nothing.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"She has a phenomenal. Stir story that she's going to be sharing with us about how food and her food sensitivities have really been something she's dealt with her entire life from an early early age where she had truly meltdowns and Stuttering issues and our mom was really tying that into noticing a pattern with that win. There were certain foods that she was eating so she learned early on that. Hey there might not be some really great ingredients in our food and fast forward to becoming an adult where that all kind of flat but she really got hit saw upside the head where she had a lot of issues just screaming at her. Saying listen to me. And she's GonNa tell you what those symptoms word that she was faced with where she really started thinking about a. Don't just want to go on a diet and lose weight. I truly want to live a healthier lifestyle and that don't her in to really removing toxins from her life and it is a powerful story. Welcome to the Toxin Terminator Helping People to restore and renew their health by removing toxins from the home and their lives joining in as industry. Thought leaders help you understand the physical and emotional effects each product can have on you and your family and a safe alternative you can use to remove the hidden toxins for renewed health. Now please welcome your host the toxin. Terminator Herself Amy. Carlson and welcome to today's episode. Everybody's I have got Cathy Jamieson with me. She is so much fun. We met actually online of all places. She's another podcast host and I think once you kind of get into that podcast. World get entered into this whole other arena. Don't you think caffeine? It's been so much fun. All the connections and all the people that I'm meeting I I'm really looking forward to the journey. And all the people to meet swiped really fun it is so much fun and we're so glad that you're here I The opportunities just abound we get to meet people from all over the place. I've been interviewing people from the UK from Australia. Young I it just is is I it just mind blowing to me so I'm so grateful for these opportunities. Thank you so Kathy's podcast is called. You live your best life so i WanNa make sure that you guys are finding her podcast. Because I've listened to her episodes is she's really bring people on talking all about how we do that. How do we live our best life? And can you tell us a little bit of bought Behind what your creation for the podcast was.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"That is of course Joel is defense attorney who by the way let us conductors interview without him even being present. There's nothing that I can say. It's going to hurt them. Everything he's telling us the truth. There's nothing nothing you can ask Russ. That wasn't brought up in those two days of interviews with the police. I have interviewed other prisoners without lawyers but this this is like years later when the peels have run out those our producer cathy singer usually when it's fresh like this and there's an appeal possibility ability they don't want the client to say anything without them there because they could say something that would just you know be a mistake somehow how later in the appellate process so what was different about this guy was emphatic that respirator was completely innocent and if have we learned one thing from this story so far it was that if Joel Schwartz is emphatic about something it was probably best to let him do his thing unless you're pam of course because as emphatic as Joe was about his client's innocence he was equally determined to point the finger elsewhere. I'm Keith Morris. This is the thing about Pam a new podcast Josh from dateline. NBC.

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"cathy" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"That is of course Joel is defense attorney who by the way let us conductors interview without him even being present. There's nothing that Ruskin say. It's going to hurt them. Everything he's telling us the truth. There's nothing nothing you can ask Russ. That wasn't brought up in those two days of interviews with the police. I have interviewed other prisoners without lawyers but this this is like years later when the peels have run out those our producer cathy singer usually when it's fresh like this and there's an appeal possibility ability they don't want the client to say anything without them there because they could say something that would just you know be a mistake somehow how later in the appellate process so what was different about this guy was emphatic that referee was completely innocent and if if we learned one thing from this story so far it was that if Joel Schwartz is emphatic about something it was probably best to let him do his thing unless you're pam of course because as emphatic as Joe was about his client's innocence he was equally determined to point the finger elsewhere. I'm Keith Morris. This is the thing about Pam a new podcast Josh from dateline. NBC.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Stories Behind Wine

The Stories Behind Wine

15:04 min | 3 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Stories Behind Wine

"Podcast dedicated to the stories people places and history that influence the world of wine. I'm Christian OAKEN FOCUS and on. Today's show I sit down with Kathy and from courson winery and Saint Alina California. Kathy shares her story about what it was like to be one of the first female winemakers the Napa Valley in the late Seventies. We talk about how a one appreciation course at Pomona college put her on a path that would ultimately lead her to being one of the most respected acted winemakers in California she also shares her thoughts on why making and the evolution of Napa Valley from the late seventies to today. Here's Cathy Story. I'm Cathy.

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"cathy" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Hi, Cathy, thank you for having me. This is going to be so fun. Your story will resonate so well with our audience because you took something that is a true passion project and has so much purpose in it and turned it into something that you really doing full-time. That's really soaring. So I wanted to sort of go back, give people a little bit of your background a little bit of your story of how you even started this and tell us a little bit about what complement is, and then we'll we'll see if we can go into detail on. Of your strategy and and see what we can extrapolate. So I want you just tell us a little bit about how you got here. Awesome. Okay. So I went to school, wasn't English major and decided that I was going to become a teacher high school English teacher. I felt really compelled to work with adolescents and that kind of tender age when kids are starting to make pretty big life decisions for themselves. Right, really impact the rest of their life. And so I was teaching English approach with this opportunity to teach in a program called avid, which stands for advancement via individual determination. And it's an educational nonprofit that supports the growth of students socially emotionally academically should prepare them to kind of break out of the cycles, the negative cycles that they were born into, like abuse addiction poverty, and become college and career. Eighty. And so a lot of the kids who I was working with at the time were coming from disadvantaged backgrounds. Some of them first generation American for Shanna ration- potential college students and to see the efforts, and then the chievements despite the tremendous obstacles that some of these kids were facing. For example, one of my students wrote her college admissions essays from the bed of motel six where her family was staying because she was homeless at the time. I mean, just tremendous things that I didn't experience in my very traditional middle class. Suburban upbringing was so inspiring because these kids just let nothing stop them..

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