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"caton" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
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"caton" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"The south no that is it multiple lifetimes or is it just one strong momentous push from story. I guess we'll never know. But i've had glimpses of a few that all thematically are the same but just different locations characters is Right but like the theme is still identical to it. And so i don't know these are the ideas we must think about. Yeah and it's interesting in the context of venus. You know it's interesting that venus south node is in gem. That's the south dakota right. And and we're here on the planet. At a time. When the transits of venus are happening at the south not north. No you know and if you look back to win. They were happening at the north note. that was very different trip. You know there was literally cats traveling all over the globe at that was like birth of globalism really. They were traveling all over the globe to lag. Measure the transit of venus. Because they were trying to you know figure out the circumference of the earth and all this stuff from ronnie of it you know. So there's a very sagittarian flavor and now here we are on the gemini side so a. It's a different trip. it's much more. You know compared to sagittarius. It's much more about like the every day. Ordinary experience of you know the basic facts of existence gemini versus like these profound higher truths that are you know cosmic laws and whatnot sort of like the cosmic laws that guide our data daylights. I guess i would say gemini. But it's also the south note so there's this guy deep current of karma human karma that has to do with being with us to do with how we relate to one another As part of this you know gemini archetype as part of know the as part of this fact that we are these beings that are both mortal and immortal you know and so you know from perspective of You know the sacred marriage or whatever like how can you. How can you really join with another soul if you aren't already joined yourself all of these if you haven't done this act of bleeding into one if you haven't done this You know unification of the of the duality of your own nature. You know And so really liked the sacred needs to precede the the actual marriage. When in fact you know it often happens in the reverse. We often get you know we get karmic tied to another being before we even really know who the hell we are true. No and so. There's there's like there's this whole trip that we've been doing for how long with regards to that That said i mean it's just that really boggles my mind like You know to think about You know you hear a lot of people talk about marriage you know being in modern times or or even in olden times like being you know basically a business contract or whatever you know that there's this or it's a legal contract or whatever Really doesn't really have anything to do with spirituality. Or whatever But in in you know in the trip or whatever. And that's fine but i think that I think that this idea of like becoming whole within ourselves before we try to join with another person. Like ideally yeah. That's the way we would do it but just because it's site set up to happen. The other way doesn't mean that we can't like still managed that process like in other words you. It's an ongoing process of becoming whole of you. Know of coming back to that sacred marriage process and like okay like yeah. When i started out in two thousand eight all the stuff that had been reading up to that point who i am but i've read a whole morrison's then so of course i'm a different person of a different astrologer and so and you know every once in a while i have to like Turn that off and stop reading for a while and just let that stuff integrate digested and and become the next version of me. You know and then and then you know go out and and join with others so forth so it's like this rather than you know putting yourself in like some kind of victim. Roller feels like a setup. It's easy to do. I think there's something to that. There's an you know that we often get as i said like joined with other people before we even know who we are at the same time. It's an ongoing process so we can reverse that story at anytime sweet decide. Hey you know what really gonna focus on me and understanding who the hell i am right now and then going back and and joining with others and I think a lot of people have found that that was the silver lining of the whole. You know pandemic lockdown is that you know. They were kind of forced into the space where they had to Former relationship with themselves for residents worse. Yeah yeah that's well said well said. And so if we could attempt a distillation of the two of them that has mercury and venus now being in the evening sky. How would you describe that. Trevor one listening. Who's made it as far what to expect in the coming months. Well i think that merck mercury is speedier. One circulatory is Let's just say that mercury is Like the inner child maybe archetype that the wise child hopefully united evening star. But it's that inner child that is still alive in in us hopefully right if we've allowed it to be. That's there's this natural curiosity. There's this natural flexibility there's this natural Desire for movement and taking in new information in like always in this process of becoming the next version of you know and like hungry for the next part of the transmission like more please right And then there's this there's this and then venus would represent this slower.
"caton" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"But as we're able to hold that tension and not get caught up in like either or and we can kind of brace the subtleties. It lifts suss that moon that as she lifts venus at each gate lifts her a little higher than the. There's a little more subtle energy available to a little clearer right and eventually it's like this transcendent Thing that's you know whether you want to call it the philosopher's stone or in the anonymous. It would be that. She is restored her crown or crown as restored right Which is you know analogous to the crown shock route which is about transcendence So yeah like there's so many different ways that we could Frame this journey But in the end that's what it's about it's about About sacred marriage Which is you know. It's it's very interesting. Have you ever seen that movie. the legend of bagger vance. Golf movie yeah. I did see that. That's a really good Portrayal of the sacred marriage in my anion particularly from a is point of view. Sorry buddy you say so. Well i mean you have this dude. Who was like the star golfer. You know he was like mr. You know hot stuff And then he gets sent off to war and the war The war scars wounds him. It's injures his soul and he's like a shell of himself and along comes this mystical caddy guy. Who teaches him. Like a. you know there's this other thing called the feminine. He doesn't actually say that but he talks about you. Talked about seeing the field you talks. He says light right now. You're just it's like you're hacking weeds. He's only he's only able to focus on the masculine principle of force. He's forcing it. And that's not getting him what he needs because he is not able to put the The the concept of will within the larger framework of field of every everything that is you know the the feminine and and it's only when he's able to allow himself to feel a connection with everything that is which is essentially feminine and apply the force within that that magic that the magic of his game is restored and he's able to you know be himself again. You know brilliant. Yeah it's a really beautiful story it is. There was something you said that. I don't know if i've ever heard someone ticketed in that way and i really agree with it. I suppose that when you were talking about the gemini twins and moral part of ourselves relating to the transmission of knowledge or wisdom throughout the ages in this in a way like. It's an incestual road that for anyone who resonates and learns and adopts and discovers their own language or waves with the transmission that there's an immortal factor to that agree with us. I like it and then the other is like what we only have so much time to be here which is dealing with the mortal thread but also binary is not getting pulled apart by duality. Right and that's i mean it's always as oppose the great trick by especially these days. I mean it's never been so so so dads and right. It's a context for awakening. Isn't it being able to transcend the to and and and see well nuance i. Suppose a little bit of that and yeah i mean he's thirty. Yeah yeah i think. I think it's also like it's really good to remember that we really are just a lincoln chain you know and and this is where i have trouble with the you. If you talk to academics. They're absolutely convinced that that all of these books that were attributed to hermes that the authors were trying to like grab a piece of authority for themselves by using the name. But you know and and it's funny because if you you know if you're in an academic setting and you say anything about you know that were attributed a motivation to someone who is not around. They'll tell you don't know their motivation like you can't assume mode and yet they do the same thing where they're like. They're pretty sure that these cats were just trying to grab a little bit of authority for themselves or their work or whatever but if you if you understand You know this that you're a lincoln chain in that this chain is comes from a conversation with the gods right that's why they attributed from an insider perspective. They attributed these writings to hermes because they were hoping and praying that they were a lincoln this chain from which divine emanation was flowing through them. So they were giving. It's like you know. Glory to god. It's like this is not me. This is hermes coming through me right And that's really where it's at And so you know. I think when you're conscious of that a you you honor the links in the chain that came before you and you and you tried to do what you can to make sure that the links in the chain that follow have what they need to do than to be who they are. Unique in. both of those things are really important But also you know there's a there's a tremendous amount of humility. I think that comes with that view that it's actually the opposite of what they're saying that you know you're not trying to command some kind of authority for yourself you're actually surrendering whatever authority you have and trying to be vessel for these divine emanations right So yeah that's that's my two cents on that part of it but yeah. I'm glad that you glad you could get could get that because that concept of of transmission. I've seen it. And i've seen it so clearly i've seen people who Were they were searching for something. They were clearly very talented and And i and. I was attracted to that. You know bright shiny part of them and say hey and i strike up a conversation we start talking and they come to me and say hey you know i'm looking for this. I'm looking for that. And i said well. Here's what i have in that regard and let me share with you and then not saying that again not taking credit but just sharing with them. What was transmitted to me. And i. and i it's like something clicks and there's a catalyzer something in the next thing you know. They're teaching me stuff about.
"caton" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"That you just go for it that and their horses are just kind of probably peaking at that time to and they're just sitting on go but So i i am real intrigued with independence hall of the see what you can do Because i do think he's sitting on a big race. And i definitely think that he and others are gonna make it hard for you. Go and on that topic. Actually i just looking To the outside. Because i was focused on independence hall prompting from from underneath Down inside but if you look outside doesn't mr freeze go forward with johnny and you know his best efforts have been you know when he is absolutely in the race flow and i i would think that at this point. Dale is convinced that this is not a horse. that's gonna be successful at any point trying to rate You know we. We've certainly have documented. And it's been well documented. Mike welch started his peace with it. We'll talk to mike The end of the show today. But you know these outside posts. I mean if there's any chance for mr freeze it's going to be to come out of the gate and catch a flier so suddenly here's knicks. Go with you know. Clowns to the left of jokers to the right he is. He is not going to get away with anything resembling Early fractions. I mean unless you know unless somehow pratt and and and johnny just look at each other and say all right. Let's just stalk him If i can't see that happening. I i agree completely. I i think you're gonna see mr freeze on the front. I mean i think if you look to last year's race in the pegasus and how well he ran behind musha goo so that.
"caton" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"He is able to in in the past. I'm gonna play against him for the win. won't be surprised to see a movie wire-to-wire but i think he's vulnerable short on. I'm gonna give my talking. coastal defence. What about until eight. June and his plan in late september and. I thought it's separate in a little bit of trouble. Parts or randy. Or i thought quirky gives you move forward from Made a good mood being up at as strategic thought that afternoon i think it is a little bit of time in between and training poorly james that james pull up for second. You're the phone. The phone was getting Yeah it was crackling and then it faded away. I am so sorry steve. Yeah so. I'm just going with coastal defense. Taking their desert stakes. He's training for leap forward. I think he's gonna move forward off those two efforts last fall. I'm also going use tax from a multi-race persective I thought that was a really good effort. He's gonna get a good trip and you know i'm taking a look a little bit of a look at horses like sleepy cod and kiss today. Goodbye perhaps others that. I might throw in a multi rates. Bet steve because really one of my strongest opinions on the day comes into pegasus world. Cup turf. I love colonel. Am i don't think i'm gonna get anywhere. Close to seventy two odds on him for not touch. That was a real legitimate effort in that tropical park derby. I think he's like a freaking. Like you know sort of star in the making in a sense in the american turf division and this isn't that tough a field and i'll really be surprised if he doesn't run well in the pegasus world cup turf so Those those are my not my real plays in those two big races And you know just you other thing. You know one thing. Is you know keeping a big eye on maiden in allowance races at this time of the year. And and i could not be any more intrigued by race number six smart goals you know that rates features obviously the debut of stage raider for chad brown. The half brother to justify And you know he's he's gonna take money for Chad brown and jose ortiz. Top pletcher has a couple in their. He's got its traveler. Who's a half brother to eight rings. Who was really fast. He's working bullets. He's got this million dollar kirwin force whose First of all for the dam but dams the half sister pacific classic winner higher power multiple great wet to winner. Alternation some really intriguing pedigree replays in their quantum. Leap looks interesting to me for in will because you know you really broke poorly last time. I think he's eligible to show more. But the horse. That i'm gonna be taking a look at it and seeing if he gets that with these odds open. Steve is number nine full court press. I think he'd be looks really interesting for bill maud in this race race number six tomorrow his damn one her career debut at age to by open land for me simmons real precocious and this cold it. This work launch right. He had six works in the last forty days for bill. Maher including multiple bullet works Looks like he's training. For the. I think some. I'm going to be watching like full court. Press six to one on the morning on. Is that money shows when that towed opens. I'm gonna be batman. Because i think he's gonna do nothing but drift up towards postal horses.
"caton" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Is Kansas city and one thing about this game is. I'm just looking at like three factors. First and foremost. Kansas city is not the same team as they were last year at this point in the season when they were on their super bowl run first. They were covering every game and their nine games coming into the afc championship. They were seven one and one it gets the spread last year. Their defense really came along late in the season and played It really important was really important around. Was you know was one of the better. Defenses in the league by the end of the season last year and third. Patrick mahomes just wasn't all banged up. Not only is he coming back from a head neck injury. But you know i see. Some people like speculating that he has like her toe from that toe injury last week which could affect him moving laterally. Maybe it won't be a big deal but to me. Kansas city has been planned. The level competitions since mid-november. They are like oh seven one against the spread and their last eight games and they're laying a field goal here. I think buffalo has something to them. I think the real difference for the bills is their offense was good from the gecko but their defense. Wasn't that good to the midway. Point of the season sean. Mcdermott and leslie. Frazier has got that defense plane at such a high level. They're able to adapt to any circumstance. Any situation on the fly. And i think that they'll make enough plays like they got guys like davis white and Mike hod and this pointer their safety don't make enough plays in the game to slow down kansas city and i like buffalo to win that game as well and i'm going to grab the three points.
"caton" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The winter. no doubt and we enjoyed. We enjoyed the conversation. We had the chance to visit with chris. Block about charlie spending tonight's story Was was all in on that one. That was great. Let's let's get a couple of Non a racetrack Opinions and i want you to so i don't forget i want your Championship game outlook. And since we're talking sunday Let's also talk about the future wager. Thoughts and any potential plays you think are worth monitoring toward Six o'clock on sunday. Yeah definitely with future. wager. I'm intrigued a little bit by a couple horses One horse that you know. I'll just be watching to see what it's odds are. Are that a boost guitar. I know he's got a lot to prove biking now But i was impressed by that lake taking in remedy remedy. We don't know how good that feel. Worse than the springboard mile. But i was impressed by his leg kicking there at twenty two one on the morning on. He's an worse. I'm gonna keep an eye on. Might be willing to bet a couple bucks on another horse. I'm gonna be watching a little bit. Kadena spirit Bob baffert at five horses in future. Wager and i don't know what the deal is with this. Does that if he's really going to get bad like it seems like the people who put together a cool so he is but Both concert tour and life is good are to take money. Faso's takes money that's medina's spirits going to be the choice of five quarts and he might have the biggest upside all at amount. A quarter on may first church. I really like it too races. So far i think he can continue to improve those are a couple of. I'll be watching.
"caton" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Ride by joe talamo. Sprinkler clear by couple months going and i turn and like i said he was just out there walking the dog. The real like a moderate fractions unopposed. He faced like three pressure Turning for home and then shook free again and won by a length. So i think we'll continue to learn more about him at know in future races but i did think it was a very encouraging performance. He's a colt. Last year broke his maiden by open. Lands at ellis. Park came back and solid second in iroquois in his next start and in that champagne non-threatening star but does that feel basically ram one-two-three that day jackie's warriors random office feed. I can excuse that effort you know at one turn mile. I think it's interesting that he instead of coming back and running again as me some freshmen bourbon. Up for three months in advance. It is calm and i. I wouldn't be surprised to see him develop into good horse. Like i said he has to prove it but I came pretty kirch him. I thought proxy you know another another force. That could go either way. I mean he's definitely got something going for him having broke his maiden and they're wondering allowance and then running back then that rate and certainly mandolin flopped in his first star to turn considering all the hype buds and how far down al big favorite. He was in the bedding. But you know he did have a little bit of a wide trip He might have been running against you. Know some you know pretty decent horses in there. And i'm just like willing to excuse that that first rate like that of the year two turns he probably the derby might not be His cup of tea. But i won't be surprised to see him. You know further down the road via a really good to turn type 'cause he just looks like a to turn type still in my i I'm not gonna put you know. I'm not gonna write them off completely off of that third place effort in copped.
Chicago Police union boss under fire: ‘I’ll resign under one condition’
"Chicago police Bora considering firing the head of the police union, John Caton, Zara, repeatedly clashed with his bosses when he was street cop. And he continues to clash with City Hall in his role as head of the Fraternal Order of Police on Wednesday in a Facebook live video, he told officers the city doesn't really care about them Can. Zara doesn't apologize for the comments. But Friday He says he's willing to resign is an officer under one condition. I will resign my spot at CPD effective immediately. If they give our officers they're retro pay that they deserve. Hurry. So you want me gone from the police department? There's the government call my bluff. I Daria Police have them of that A contract for three years of police board will decide Captain Zara's fade in the coming weeks.
"caton" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I. Think comedians get through this. Very, we've there will be a lot I've I've gone back and forth with the drinking I was drinking a lot this I haven't drunk for ages than I was drinking a lot of the star. Then I'm not on the heads and I did that for what felt like months but was probably only two weeks timers take on this very elastic property why it feels like it. Is defined this the weeks going so fast, but it feels it doesn't feel like. That? Long. Knock that. Feels like I feel like I've had a hundred. Thursdays since it. But I always goes like this. Are there know what they'd we is now psych Sunday feels like any day in two they feel that any day. The just the sun coming up going down. Over and over again, and there's no labels to it. It's just another day stuck in the house. Listen to my girlfriend took about who knows what now. Yeah that's us. Ma'am drinking. Cake Dover under made one capable. Buffalo. Here I'm going to buy has alcohol in it. Yeah. Let's. Not Go as a month. 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"caton" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Yet you to me how was Your Day Babes? Fuck went. Look. I'm crazy about you more than you can believe I. Love You, but can just folk plays. Yes we get on. The amazing and we have a laugh. But when I see you at home June, a day I think why can't you be frontline frontline staff? Duck One US when a supermarket Pekka, show. Something that gets you away from me. So had household to myself. Yes we in a relationship but no-one fucking Siamese I. Love you but can use fuck off nappies. Las. Vegas. Before, the knockdown ice you think I'm so lucky I don't deserve. But now Lacuna I think I'm going to do time for. Gopher woke get some exercise take a stroll around the block. Take your time though don't rush back enough time for me to change looks. Since have been home to give A. pissing me off, become your expertise I love you but can just fuck off now. please. This. Beautiful. From the hot, make some the holidays. I thought it might turn around in John Done Square in real relented like the. Reveal your true love for her. That was narrow through but now I'm glad just carried on five. got worse semester feeling as a comedian without by outlet to perform miserable my wife was. kind of obsessed with the idea that I if I ever get stopped doing gigs I was. Happening he had some of my screen Chris Evans is watching I've been signed that zoom, but hopefully a wit so it's all good. Okay, tendency is fun. It's just a technical thing this and my wife's got obsessed. Do they don't Gig for wildlife becomes miserable? Then I go and I go and again and everything's fine again have you have you? Missed that. Sarah Miller was still the adrenaline is actually a drug and to not get that adrenaline knees a few weeks in properly depressed we found that we managed to find an outlet to not get there will the poem was Why totally get it? Yeah. there. There's been days when I've I've been miserable and of just. Sits macguffin just need nine since myself slide show up tonight is. Just, kind of get my head on the fact that this is life in now. Yen's no been able to go out and just like I mean I've always not stand up. In a I realized how much I would love it like each cherish why do live in you have to go out on stage and it's make people off making happy for like twenty minutes often Alyssa. A now I can't do that. No not. Tell Jokes Magno Fan but. Doesn't appreciate Schick. Yet it is said is. Is Abby frustration I mean when when the world opens up and out back out is GonNa hit a backlog of stuff mate what is going to have to sit there and take out so much to say. Yeah. But you know when will be? Announced as we as we're doing this. The BINGO halls at. Sydney Missouri lied to Open I. Don't get you know why a cinema a funny for they can show a funny film, but they see a comedian presenting to do with people laughing. And I know Funny Films Funny Comedians but if it's about spreading you. Sort of I just don't know when we're going to get back into being able to do live stuff, and then you know if you've been making I mean I presume you might most of your living from. From, Sunda on the clubs. Yeah. Yeah. So how how are you you? Going to be out to cope for another six months another seven eight months. You'RE GONNA, be able to get through that period of what he saw. The cheer myself. Miguel was a happy about us at the time of. Love to go round maybe. You're you're. Lucky a very good looking. So that will that can work out for? I mean this rattled olds Corpse icon during with something for everyone may don't be that someone wants. There's someone out there some ways prevented pay for this. Oh. Well, look let's I'll ask you a couple of most questions and we'll get on to even more serious topics. In Fact I. Let me ask you some of my new image questions If you if we'll be autism museums in the world got together and said, you are allowed Nathan Keeton lapsed take one item painting historical factor anything from any museum gallery in the world is that something you would like to possess if they if they allowed you to take is there anything that would take your fantasy? Any painting, any painting or anything in a museum anything in a auto it doesn't have be on it can be an historical fact. Just you fancy. Gosh. as is a big question. I. Still, have a music you gotta museums see that's how my time on to some does go crazy museums and stuff and saying when you could just get something valuable. Than Treasury Museum, the APP take anything 'cause it's. Stolen anyway. Nine hundred fills. Something and Yeah Bridge Elkin models and could give him but you can give them back. I mean you can take them and give them back that set. That's definitely allowed and who is the most famous person you've ever been in a lift with that you didn't get in the lift with that you. When you go in Lift with the famous person. It must've income.
"caton" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"So let's have a little. Your West. London boy I was until recently living in Shepherd's Bush. Says you. Were born in Hammer. That's not your Greenford way you would cut you. Off Living Hemispheres none of that I was born in hospital in Hammersmith but I am Greenford Yeah raised all. There's a citation needed on compatriot about your age birth by the way. That's quite unusual thing. So I don't know how we can prevent you. knew the citation needed this? Is your birthday. Take my glasses off the second of November nineteen you fool. I'm trying to get if I'm honest Jones maiden name and get more. About Yo Yo. It's up on is that's what it says, but it says citation thirty-five citation needed. Okay that's correct. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, there's no need for citation just linked to this podcast of them. We've stuff out like because. Important News I. Remember names on incident. How do people find out? Yeah. Yes. See how? How? 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"caton" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Dot com slash by his own you can buy a bunch of questions books also I have I have I have not to grow up books. I've just found a big part of them and signed them and John Cox in them and you could buy one of those from stripers. Well. So if you WANNA give money back for this free entertainment through this difficult and time we recorded for the to. Meant to be out the Oh to this week. But it. In the bar mainly by still can't with accounted we did Anaheim with James Acosta. People will already have heard and seen it but you people watching twitch who who still admittedly. That will come very soon if you're not with oh two. So thank you very much for helping us out with that. All right. Let's get on with the show. We please welcome my guests. He is probably best known for playing compare in the television programme casualty. That's why we've all seen him and that's why. I've just had in Gospel just remembered how could it was please welcome Nathan. Is isn't even might. Kill you doing. Fine. and. I. I must confess I did not. See that was the you're playing. I'm sure casualties are very very popular program. A lot of people saw it Nathan. Manner that doesn't make it any about what what do did it involve is Comparing. It was a no. No. Kids video game. Exhibition. Games against each other I tell ya compared of of that. Okay. Hordes will. Come taking on people's I ain't. So bad and you slipped up on a video game controller and casualty. Like. Nothing he promised me I was fine. That's how she vote was I was in casualty and I was fine. Someone else someone else headed. To fit something. Okay. Jobs on and Ente- be the and then. Okay. Michael you know what is he was I had no addition. Maybe a month or so ago, full ties boat show. And Hummed my agents at the time you messed it up, enter me not. To say well, has has the compromise. You. To. My. Could main career this is. Disposing. To. Drink. Been Our I. Mean you've done a little bit of acting here and that that's Four or five IMDB acting jobs could have picked out but. Yeah, it's been a few. There's been a few little bits and pieces So that mean is quite good to get into. She might have got some Workers Comparative Video Game Conference If. Someone saying that guy was good. He helped out the Kidman was having a fit. Some vin or something having. By was like unnecessary loudness. Well, let's look at some of the say the credit is actually impresses me the most I couldn't use as my fund the. Is that you have written episode arrest amounts which with as a man with two children under five. I've quite impressed with IBM I. My daughter I mean can you eight side? It's basically a crime. Mouse using the crew of crimefighting mice in when they finish crimefighting, they play in a reggae band together is that the? Fascination of. Situation Come. Danger Mouse for kids. In like the West indies. Yeah. It's it's you know it's good. Yeah. You know I think as far as I can judge these things. Kids Rams. Rooms peace in love and boom like if someone does something wrong he's about helping them get their life on track. Alamein something. She's Nice. Yeah. Yes, it's not like. Nothing like too heavy this. Did. You get involved with writing for restaurants I'm. Not. To get to the money. Did pilot full paramount as it was the day of Kobe's central. And one of the producers on that. will welcome US must already with Divi as of. Must and they need the extra and because I did know about my grandma. Background. How many? Do this and I was like, okay cool. I'll. I'll do and. I yes. I was buying one says. bibs I'm impressed. I am if my kids like now like different things on. They like be more right involved buds, upwards. Lama is how do you describe it? it's. Still like It sounds. Abo- sound like. It isn't J. that that sort of little. Toys is obviously someone's got some idea of. Like. They've got different. Funny Hats you get festivals. It's like the heads of like funny hats, the festival different shapes, but they're like almost teddy toby but It's hard to describe. It is quite funny. My father loves the east seventeen and he he laughs a bit more than anyone else. Kids will be relied on. My daughter's watching teen titans go that's I. think you'd like Teen Titans go they do. They do some some turtle power to the. Stuff in the hello sites white knowing is quite in quite clever bit to route and for my five year old daughter but she does like it anyway let's not talk about sounds like what make it attractive to cool. Make an attraction I've I've not watched an episode but I'm aware of the I've seen some clips. Yes. Commissioned. Yet. That's going look. At work. Very. Hard to get on TV these days but you know someone's car has been on TV more than you and I have put together properly. Right. Changing Caribbean..
"caton" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Problem with men is out to November you can pre-order. Now the audio book is also available for Preorder, which will be the book a podcast with me a very special guest. Probably some other extras in there as well. The more you can pre-order those things. The better is for me on. Shortly, we'll be starting some kickstart campaigns for the SNOOKA and the stone clearing which you can get involved with if you're a fan of those particular endeavors anyway, let's sit back relax and enjoy. I won't taskmasters well, can you believe I haven't mentioned not? Daas too serious ten out in October. Let's sit back. Relax. Enjoy Rohullah. With Nathan Gaetan. please. Welcome a man who's just having Tarot cards red herring. It's good to be here. I'm very hot as well as some sweating. Is the day of the year and it's hot in my little attic. In Hartford share. Welcome to Richard Herrings locally sourced twitter podcast. Though I was hanging around with the rhinoceroses whipsnade zoo yesterday I'm not that. That is a cool. I don't know if I've ever seen rhinoceros up close before, but it's the is the coolest animal I think I've ever seen it looks like of animatronic version of dinosaur that hasn't quite been invented. It does not let real unless they're all animatronic and then none of them are real I don't know but there was a big one one it was the cutest thing. I've ever seen end to see fascinating the coolest normal now discredit declared by me and those rhinoceroses they call it southern if that's GonNa. GonNa Catch on you never know do. Is saw forgot to bring my kids father's Day cards up after reading here I was GonNa told you about that I've had my tarot cards to date for a thing account talked about yet. But I did it remotely with a Lovely Lady Who didn't tell me too much. She did say that that I in in some ways my career was going round in circles which I kind of wanted to go. Yeah it literally. Just stopped doing that she said things are very busy at the moment in about a month everything's GonNa come down which. If I like that very much. She also said that I wasn't I. Wasn't. I wasn't in my relationship with both feet which Can't wait till my wife six. That's. Because I'm going to be an awful of trouble with her if she's magic can read the future so. It was it was interesting to do as a skeptical person but. She was very nice on I like to very much. It was father's Day on Sunday, and is the first father's day where my daughter has been able to actually write me a card. So it was a very nice thing. She did a card which you put together at a picture of me on the front that she made out beads and inside it said Daddy last said body. I think it was mistake I know we have a lot of fun together xxx phoebe. That's what she on my wife had helped with the spelling but that was her own. That's what she'd come up with I. Know We have fun together. So maybe well, and then it just. Kind of sentence of. From women in my life and it's usually followed by a but that's the problem I think maybe my daughter had to say, but at writing so big that she ran at room. So she just got to I know we had fun together but it's time to want to someone who a better partner or dads in her case So that was that she gave me a little plastic lacquered as well. My son might me caught as well and you wouldn't know it. You have to tell you what was he drove me doing a APU on the front was we should revise my signature move. So that was very good what else has been going on. Watch Gemini Man the other day which I wouldn't recommend will smith playing two versions of himself giving away I think he's hopefully soon, the poster. Is Haven then a clone of him this but if there was a clone of you would have the same skills you that is the question I would like to ask that when that might become a new question because he's he's a very good shop shoots and assassin but would clogged I isn't that partly to do with the way you brought up. You're bringing it's not just an intimate thing that makes you had the exact same. I would refer to see a film will Smith Young missile full and then just died kissing him inside fucking each other. Just I think that would have been a benefit. Is it? To have sex with the cloud of yourself I don't think it is. I don't think it is. It's just it's an elaborate wink as far as I'm concerned the SNOOKA this week has come to a conclusion, my sneaker very exciting. The contemplate me one this what make much sense in this room watching on twitch there's lots of stuff on twitch TV all the time I will couldn't these every Wednesday night next week daniels loss. And Eight PM Wednesday usually. Twitch DOT TV slash all-caring if I mean if you're watching it now you know that right 'cause you'll hear what unit and you can, of course, combine your account with an prime account and give us some free money. If you want to will become a monthly budget I I,.
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"caton" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Well Keeton radars with now Keeton getting set to head California this week she'll be out there to receive the Jim McKay award for excellence Broadcasting which will show receive at the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters Awards dinner on Wednesday night and you talk about Jim McKay a legend when it comes to Wendy now here on H. R. N. Keeton Good Morning Good Morning Mike out this connection is okay it's it's been rainy and I'm driving to keeneland so it's actually great and I apologize for getting to you a few minutes late I messed up your phone number on our format so head to head to correct that but we are here now and looking forward to visiting with you and hearing your story look I mentioned the Jim Mckay Award and you have been honored so many times throughout your career and rightfully so but when you got word that you were going to receive this particular award what was that like you know it it was real shock truly because this is on that I necessarily ever thought I would receive an I can't tell you how much it means especially given the actor Jim McKay with someone that not just an icon in the sport but someone that I had opportunity to work with when I was first getting into the broadcast being of a horse racing and one of my first jobs was working as a a runner in a researcher for ABC Sports and so I knew Jim and he was just a wonderful person the consummate professional the true sportsman but also just a wonderful person and was very kind very helpful and generous and and so professional so to receive that award made an extra special and I really I again wasn't expecting it especially the competition was was still I mean I I thought everybody was very deserving and I had kind of not even as a finalist I was just happy to be considered amongst the fine was in this case it was the second and Chris Lincoln and I we never dreamed that I would have gotten it so it was a wonderful surprise yeah there was no wrong answer in that category but trust me Kate and you are as deserving his anybody to be receiving this award you've you've put in a a ton of hard work and people may not realize what goes into all the things behind the scenes they see you on TV g they see you on air and they think oh wow she just knows everything about horse racing but kate and you spend an awful lot of time prepping for these appearances when you make your way to the TV set well you do and it is thank you for saying it because I think all of us who work in this realized that so much more goes into it before you either pick up the microphone we're step in front of the camera At least I think if you WANNA do a good job besides just the handicapping out of it you kind of want to cover the basis and try to be able to give people something that they wouldn't be able to find out anywhere else or anyway else and so it does take a Lotta time and it also takes the cooperation of a lot of other people and I've been really really fortunate along the way I mean from the very beginning to have some of the stuff teams of people to work with I I'm very biased but I do think that horse racing has attracted the very best people in in all categories but especially in journalism and broadcasting and regardless of the network I was working for but especially now TV Gee I feel like when you're surrounded by people who are as passionate as you are in as willing to put in extra hours and go the extra mile to to try to do a good job of and that has been really you know it's it's truly a labor of love and I know you feel the same way but it is a lot of time in between and expecially now when we're traveling you've got the travel time to incorporate but it's a good thing because at least you get to spend time handicapping and researching while you're trapped rolling and especially airplanes in any delays in airports give you that much more time to try to cram in knowledge and and try to try the research in the handicapped yeah no you're not kidding about that delays and those long flights like out to California are definitely our friend it gives you a whole nother a whole nother half a workday if you want to look at it like that Cayton radar with me here the horse racing radio network you can catch her on TV G. and you can you can see her except Jim McKay award for Excellence in broadcasting next week in California Kate and let's go back to the beginning for just a minute here you have always had this love of horses take me back there where where did it begin for you so my my grandpa was hall of fame jockey my Mom's father was Ted Atkinson and hi mom married with the Time Ray Metzler at my dad and my dad was a high school mass teacher and shop teacher at the time what he on the side trained horses and was relatively self taught this is in the Chicago area in the mid west and in the sixties and he he always had a couple of horses and he just loved it and eventually left everything else to become farm manager of Roger Red Top farm which was at the time the largest breeding and racing operation in Illinois and Walter Lady owns the farm they had a great deal of success and my dad was farm manager there so I that my earliest years around horses in Kinda never looked back at no point did I ever know I'd be doing what I'm doing now but I always knew I would really do something that involves horses racing and I got the bug very very early but we say it wasn't in necessarily in the bloodlines alone because my sister has exactly the same pedigree and she has the same upbringing and she's a high school math teacher the other direction but she also loves she loves horse racing but it doesn't make it her profession but I so I was very fortunate because I was surrounded by people who were in it and passionate company and I think that that in some small way was one of the biggest turning points for me because I traveled with him whenever I could even really we've at that time the semi had sleeper in the back and I never troy took courses Ohio where he took you know Kentucky and so I got to see racetracks and meet people all over the Midwest and spend every winter in Florida a little bit of time in New Orleans and hot springs so exposed all those tracks even before we had simulcasting where the opportunities really gets to see Washington and other places and I think that kind of set me up fruit for what I do now when I when I have trainers on our trainer talk program every Wednesday night there's a question that I'll tend to throw out there from time to time and I love to ask them this particular question because the answers are are so widespread and everybody he has a different take on it but kate when you when you think back on everything that you've done in this sport where you started where you are today what is I'm asked it from time to time and it's it's very hard to put your finger on one events or one single thing but I think that not what when I look at it what I'm proud of the fact that I I believe horsemen trust me and our willing to give me whatever they can as far as their opinions their time and they even ask me sometimes my opinion.
"caton" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Truck Caton word chief wealth strategist Parker Holland and she flew sherry officer coach Pete talking about overcoming risk with retirement income Parker how important is it to have retirement income and how can people still get a good return without taking the bristly think they have to take I mean the whole purpose the saving F. and believe in yourself and investing in for one case and any retirement plan is providing your own income in retirement you need your all like you said earlier because paycheck stop bills and taxes don't and if your plan doesn't have the ability to give you that income increase that income and still allow that growth mentality you're used to is not a true financial plan yes so how important is it though to overcome risk their retirement it's the most important part of planning for retirement is making sure no matter what the markets doing your fine so what if people still take a lot of risk when they know they shouldn't that's all they know that's all their broker planner advisers telling them about that you keep it in there keep it in there it's the market's been doing so well but like you said earlier you're not up until you're out and you can and if you don't lock in those gains they're all paper they don't really take care of your total portfolio picture is there a way Parker to eliminate financial war you for ever and do you think people would like to hear about that I'd bet they would and there definitely is a way you know this reminds me of talking Dave with a ten thousand dollar pyramid yeah listen after other the answer your time because he was on his cell phone looking at and I don't like that when I talk and see that's what I thought yeah okay contacted his son that apple would be in time out I ordered a pizza the other day and was amazing how you do it you don't have to talk to anybody anymore you don't have to do anything all you can stay on your couch tucking do all this stuff and it's about you just you want extra sauce more sauce what kind of cheese what kind of greed it's what kind of crust do you want to use them across all these things you can do without talking to somebody it was so convenient in about forty minutes later the pizza arrived at the door because of a look at some of the and I won't be in age discriminator here but if you talk to somebody they get the order wrong so maybe that's a good way to do it yes no confusion there because you're the one that check that you're the ones that that when I still have to have a person making it eventually I made to have computer make your pizza and the doors and I already have a machine where you can go and make your own pizza kind of like a any of you have like a poor although I something like that remember Star Trek back in the day the computer working in the peace will come out my favorite the jabber there the pill in the microwave in the open yeah which you know is reading a story about how many food delivery drivers like rob palm or eating people's food yeah the sampling it a little bit on a piece of pepperoni on yeah yeah they call me a cab you know what the line is right they are a cabaret they actually are testing a driverless trucks that make the pizza in there right to the patriots go they have do different truck around different neighborhoods right to drive them with this no driver in here it's a truck it's a food truck like you see and they have grown so they could pick up the computer takes the order of the machines the robots make the pizza out because of the roof comes the drone little flying drone with a pizza come to the door rings the doorbell I guess and we use it and by the meantime they're notifying you buy texture pizzas at the door yeah that's that's amazing well you know what I'm gonna try to invent some day maybe in my next life what is the point of brain into these robots so they get a fifteen to twenty dollars an hour and a half into perfect just figure out how good that extra pepperoni takes when they take one of the top of the pizza delivery whatever that is so we just brought me to the the point where it we're into the society convenience these days and we're working on the site will be able to design your own financial plan by pressing buttons and they come and get it delivered I still don't think a lot of these robo we call robo advisor every single week I read about him going out of business one after another because I like the personal contact when buying something you're putting your planning something measuring for a suit of what they I don't want a robot come in and doing things and then the I don't there's nobody to blame then assist sorry the computer malfunction no I want someone that I can grabbed by the neck of a mess right right and so.
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"Three eighty three or text coach to twenty one thousand Mister Chuck Caton yes so you still have in front of you the dirty dozen twelve retirement risk assessment okay and I've been looking it over and take it out one you like okay the one that again bothers me as much as longevity risk is tax wrist yep so the risk that rising taxes or unforeseen tax consequences can have on your portfolio or report your purchasing power tax risk can be managed using tax deferred and tax of fission investment solutions and by seeking guidance from attack position that that to me and I am you know it's like the hair club guy I'm actually a client that's the one that bothers me the most and I think I I I I talked to but and I will be talking to Mister Holland about this in the in a list of this is and it should concern everybody yeah what's the tax bite gonna be now we can't predict the future well I want to know why you know roughly if I've got a X. billion dollar retirement plan what's this really mean tax was just isn't a lot of people just because taxes are here they're not going away what happened there is a way for you to tell him to go away to nicely that's putting money in a Roth IRA or using something called a work plan L. I. R. P. L. park you what party one talk about the work plan will alert plan it's a life insurance retirement plan and I know that word scares a lot of people but I like to call to mit Romney plan as well it's what he was utilizing a lot of but it's a way to use tax code in your favor without losing control or guarantees on the money people hear the word insurance they run away but in essence it's it's a back door rockets away no matter what your income bracket is no matter how much money you make or how much it's a way to make sure grows the compounds tax free and no matter what tax law changes you know it'll be tax free in retirement because the problem with the Roth is with the beauty of office you can have money put in a K. comes out tax free the problem is you can't put a lot of money and we cannot any seven thousand a year they're here for but if you're if you make a certain amount you can't put any that's right right yes and not enough plans are offering a sata for one case or for three bees more more all are but they're still limitations on that so utilizing work again is just another golf club in the golf bag it's not the whole thing no not a lot of people act like it's the ball you can't play without it no it's just a part of a golf club or golf bag yeah were making sure you know what goes into good just to play a lot of golf is a lot of quotes in a bag yeah I need a driver that it's about two seventy five be nice of the drive would do it for you right that's right but there are ways to to to minimize the effect of taxation in retirement that's the most important what we're gonna have to pay taxes on the money eventually or before would you rather pay a small amount of Texas today are a whole lot of taxes in the future and so Parker I think I'd rather pay a little little bit of Texas today and have that money go forward tech and come out tax free down the road and a lot of people forget that the growth and compounding on that money before retirement is tax free as well that's a huge Powerball have ready to go for you and not enough people know about it or if they know if they don't understand it that's why our jobs education just know what your options are I was a drive in the studio this morning I was thinking about some financial do's and don'ts Chuck you want here for my came up with a list of I I I I just like our listeners we learned a lot from what you're talking about that my dashboard office drive it isn't right so number one people shouldn't access their home equity because it would delay the pay off of their home but they do it yep number two people shouldn't cash out there for one K. the pay off credit card debt when they change jobs but they do it people shouldn't take out for one K. loans for whatever reason but they do it and people shouldn't get into so much credit card debt for whatever reason but they do a lot of credit card debt so it's about financial planning retirement plan is all about just doing the right thing or if you're doing the wrong thing stop doing the wrong thing and get on the right track a lot of people that I talk to are in pairs to what's happening so they don't go see anybody that gets worse check if your health has termites does ignoring him if you normally they do if you're nice told us the only right now they're gonna pay for ever they're gonna so Hey and you know you're not going to have a foundation the only way to get rid of torment us all the termite a given on the internet now this is on the internet is also might not be true but evidently some kind of termites in some country that he's through concrete to that's yeah that's not a termite anymore I don't even tells us I don't wonder about it I don't know what that looks like the work of putting the right plan together very important it but making sure that you have a plan to begin with that is for retirement not for working years every single person I've talked to lately thought that putting money in a four one K. solved all the retirement when issues doesn't we see that everything we and that doesn't that actually leaves so many uncheck parks of that plan at risk and we see this more than other people come to us like all right I'll be your away on two years away it's time to start planning no it is never too early to get that retirement set because like you're saying because taxes change laws change you need to make sure it works and all these economic environment and as well as different growth in income environments as well the problem is like you were saying a truck a million dollars is there really a million dollars if enough to be tax yeah that's right into many people don't have enough saved in retirement that's our biggest concern so I wonder when it you know it's it's it's it's it's a positive because you can do things to make it better we're not saying all you made the wrong choice you're stuck no it's never too soon or too late to get on that right path and the book on folks face Parker when I talk to him when when they come in all scared the like arms crossed just don't really like ready to fight about you know because he's going to tell me that I'm doing wrong and I'm gonna be coach beat up well number one no you're not good to be believed wakes up what number two what we try to do though is is calm the situation down let's just map out where you are right now because we all have things we don't understand there's nothing wrong with that a that was a college professor for forty one years he would always say the dumbest questions he was asked with the ones that warn F. that's right we've all set in class we've all heard the smart Alex answered every single question the teacher says we all assume that everyone else in the class knows with the smart aleck knows but they're all like you many times to don't feel intimidated the secret is to address the issue and get it solved and then that confidence you have going forward it it makes on a whole lot easier to live in it takes the warrior out of living in retirement done it does and don't worry about not knowing I mean it's a full time job for us like that there's a lot of information out there I love the thing with someone said they felt like they were drinking through a fire hose trying to do their own online plan a Robert it by three no it's your plant is shore goals this your Jack does and if there is a pothole red flag ninety nine point nine percent time it can be fixed I don't know what you don't know and that's why we have expert people here capital financial can help you and I take credit for coaches work a lot the book right which you only because you know it's all right so what I want to do that before we leave for the week I wanna make sure that people understand we're not threatening here we we want to make sure that that you don't feel scared intimate about coming in to see us we have a lot of folks are coming to Seattle I've been waiting for years the call because I was afraid you guys would tell me I was doing something wrong well if we tell you will show you how to do it better we're not going to criticize call constructive criticism of anything I like to call constructive satisfaction so going to show you the way to get on a better path criticism to bed were but really we're not criticizing was to show here's what I would do better right good job but here's what may be might make it better based on what you tell us you wanna do well that's true coaching I mean you don't hockey analogy okay player made a mistake you bring him in to show the video but you don't bencher makes got to not be afraid to be on the ice anymore you say not do it better next time here's what you can do I'm helping you yeah yeah here's how to do it now and so if you are with the next ten people call was for the for the week we'll put together for you your very own personal plan I called earlier in the show the never never planned you'll never wore you and you'll never run out of money the never never plan you know bubble wrap needed folks you don't need to wrap it up it is going to be done for you it's going to be protected for you without you having to put anything else around it and we're gonna do it income tax analysis will do a cash flow analysis for you will do your net worth analysis which is always fun to see what you're worth that's based on real estate
"caton" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"Be a perfect fit for Caton cloud. So I remember going in two handed my resume and Ozal. Holy crap. This is gnarly. It was grace and Tanner on the floor. And they were so nice to me is so energetic. And I'm all what is this place? And then I met Jared, and I'm all holy crap. Because I remember. When I hit my resume. It was. I remember it was she took it and she's like, yeah. Okay. Totally. So why do you want to work here? Just kind of impromptu interviewing me, real quick. Actually, you know what? Jared our bosses right here. If you want to talk to him. Oh my God. I wasn't expecting to be interviewed that day. This is gonna hit it in know. By an injured ended up sitting outside and talking for forever. And I'm like man this dude is so cool and down to earth. And I just was asking him everything about the company just trying to get a good feel of if I would be happy. They're not in a mall, dude. I really wanna work here. But one of my things that I keep telling people about that interview. So funny at the very end, we're counting the conversation was kinda dying. And then at then, I you have any more questions from me. We'll actually yeah. Do you have a favorite joke right now? You want to hear the joke. Yeah. Okay. He goes why did the man by dachshund after visiting Texas why because everybody kept telling him get along little doggy. I just imagine gene up and doing his like, yeah. Yeah. Like that. And I'm like, I didn't like rocking back and forth slap, MS like, dad. But yeah, then after that whole interaction, I left an all dude that made me feel so good the whole talk. And I remember going home being all I really hope they call me. I really don't think all me, you know. And then a few minutes later Gerzil. Hey, like, what are you doing in a couple of days like, we're having orientation? You wanna come like, hell, yeah. Dude. He getting so so cool. It was like before abbot was even opened. I was one of the, you know, not like, oh, gee, but right after that. Yeah. So it's been pretty cool. It's been a fun journey. Just watching it grow from one cafe to two and now having a rosary and potentially to more stores this year. It's nuts. Nuts all under or like just little over two years. Like, yeah. Really clear little bit over to yet because I'll be working there. Two years in February. Nice. February six is my hire date. Nice coming up New Year's. It's so many celebration like hammer 'this. And then like just everybody needs to celebrate me all the time. I'm just kidding. We love should. Giving so one small detail. I think you I know, but you forgot to mention what were you wearing when you went to go drop off this. Oh my gosh. I was wearing a. Like who wears hugs to an interview, you know, buddy to be fair. You weren't expecting to have an interview. Oh, so embarrassing like oh right now. He's totally not going to hire me. But knowing Gerry probably didn't even the he's like, whatever it is. She's just talking to me. Do the heck? Yeah. Yes. So funny. And so so you're just coming up on two years. Right. And how what so you started off as a barista will not really, right? You serve as concierge or right? Like for another house. Yeah. In the cafe killing it, what do you do now or how how's your journey from cotton cloud from? When you started to now ho has been dude, it's been nuts. So went from, you know, front of house doing the whole customer interaction thing to barista which was sick to be trained by Jared. And you know, learn how to actually dial in Espresso and taste it, and you're like, wow. Espresso can be good. This is crazy. But anyway, so going from that to then I got hired to be Jared's personal assistant. So I do a lot of that kind of stuff L, whatever he's all to. Just take care of this formula. Like, you I got you just handle it, you know. And then then also the event coordinator of Katyn cloud. So I, you know plan all of our staff parties and or team parties and pop-ups at the cafe handle any event that needs coffee. Brewed all forum..
"caton" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"On dash or whatever was and i did not get a tip can you tell them to close it out so i looked at maxx and i go what is this and i showed it turanj goes oh crap so apparently if you leave the screen yeah you throw it doesn't close it out it doesn't so i wrote her back and i said i'm so sorry she didn't know if you leave the screen who have to close it out a gold taken care of and she will be back thank you appreciate it you know like that gsm mean really my gosh can't get away no you're not is oh my gosh i thought a little scary though i know but this gala at jit's who she came up to us later she's very sweet very nice but i it is odd when people ada's new idea and then caton are also playing softball i know it they're like such busy girls now they just you know what i gotta why all these support i know no it was say they're all dabbler 's but when they really like something i want him to stick with it so she loves taekwondo she loves jitsugyo on they both like swimming lot which is great but they wanted to try softball so that okay let's try it and so they just started the league just started and slick only a couple of months and then we got him a bucket of balls and bats in the whole thing suit terry was pitching balls to them like out in the cold sack of that so cute adelsohn the everton number now get he goes look at me get one on on your behalf so you don't know like he always is trying to get the kids to get me to buy a cat uh and always and so can coco's new thing is what give me the cat quinn the cat coup the cag ruediger choice talking about a cat so then she says to me.