17 Burst results for "Donna Karen"
"donna karan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"donna karan" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"He came on a sixty our one oh six was five brand new it's just hard to since thank just as a large I'm sorry most of the time I got to the end zone put it I don't like intro just won't give it at temple I don't know she has also I mean those guys free smoke Dr she go she does sometimes he wrote for the myself came from my ego she might do so she said they deserve five three does she love my lingo there was a word about me though engine trouble down I spend money as like Sam yes ma'am on cam show put on the ground I came from a family this will after resuming from every direction expressions I would discourage we used to shared connection not right vies for people to places somewhere in there is a lesson it's very depressing that's what seems to be in the cards section as a present under water water protection Donna Karan I'm invested some people call it says I like to call we can examine the venue was I'm doing only is she trying to get that's not a distraction does not tell me she let come on in about to get a brand new sheets for the bed they said yeah I wouldn't turn him back to health last week they keep I am doing over as quick as he was part of the brain which is hard to Gazans are competitive so I started just doesn't voice in the top ten no more no it the so hello everybody you know you know about my whole family with no the church please note the life that everybody had the fast life.
"donna karan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Donna Karan went to pick up the assist after Myers had one that draw on the part went to the boards on the last auditor shock got through emic menace rebound makes it one nothing Minnesota in the final minute of the second period Michigan did get a goal as Frank and pointed out only one had beaten him but the shot came from the defenseman Luke Martin there was going to sail five feet wide Annette happen day here do Hey you burst a graduate senior on this Michigan team and the flood did pass laugh on team for the loan Michigan goal the night at eight thirty six of the third period that's after Michigan had back to back power play opportunities in the period as well and certainly gave them a big left as coach Bob Moscow said Minnesota was getting a little rattled they had a series of turnovers in their own end wow Fontaine had to be especially sharp in the third period and he was we went into overtime in the five on five session there was apparently late in the overtime to Michigan golfers couldn't score during at five on five but when we got into the second overtime it went to three on three after the panel you're laps we were at three on three play and in Minnesota had a fine dash up he's by the freshman from southwest Minnesota Jackson Nelson and here's how it happened source was owns all the way from one Nelson straight up the middle yeah what a nice back in that was unfortunately the point that he sold Dorfman Johnson the assist fees received on that play will not count is officially.
"donna karan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Is Joan Donna Karan Bloomberg wall street's breathing easier about oil the Dow rose thirty fourth the nasdaq thirty two. forty one traffic transit here's our way of gosh when I looked at her Brooklyn again now we finally cleared everything I was hung on over there we had quite a few things going on accidents disable vehicles good whatever what have you and all that has now been cleared the accident investigation over by McGinnis Boulevard humble streets that was out there for a couple of hours due to a pedestrian being hit by a car earlier this evening that is totally cleared your cleared with the disabled vehicle on the other side of the block over by McGinnis Boulevard heading in the other direction one lane was close there that's cleared and we've also clear another crash on the A. B. Q. eastbound or outbound over by flushing Avenue that had the left and center lanes blocked so right now the only delay I can see is the Brooklyn bound side and be curious heavy from the cross jusco bridge over to metropolitan Avenue you still have some slow delays queens bound heading up towards the Brooklyn Bridge in New Jersey of emergency construction a water main break on route twenty nine totally Avenue south bound between county Avenue and the truck routes one nine plass ski sky way in Jersey city all lanes they are closed in D. toward about a ten to fifteen minutes late here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels delays in the north bound Throggs neck bridge into the Bronx or start ease out the George Washington bridge eastbound into the Bronx running fifteen to twenty minutes now westbound looks good no problems at the lake in about a twenty minute delay at the Holland tunnel heading westbound out to New Jersey to either the turnpike or route one thirty nine I'm Elliott gosh when our next report at ten fifty one on ten ten with was news time ten forty three the driver lost control of his car jumped a curb and hit a stroller in the Bronx a twenty month old is dead the driver facing charges it was just before four o'clock in a BMW crossovers heading north bound you're on White Plains road turning on the east to fifteenth street when it jumped the curb at a booth a was just around the corner like boom so the lady running the command post I have lived in the building to be government would be that is a big but to be. under that both they and others helping to pull the stroller out from under the vehicle Kendall Riley says the mom scooped up her toddler. your baby the baby up and carry her baby away. the child was pronounced dead at Montefiore Medical Center the driver stayed at the scene al Jones ten ten wins in the Olin ville section of the Bronx serious allegations against a rabbi an essay our academy in Riverdale Jonathan Skolnick.
"donna karan" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"You have furniture, and you have dry design, and I work along with artisans all over the world. I mean, mainly in the east we're sitting in front of a gorgeous bed. This thing looks at it signed. So all the furniture. Let's see the cow. The L shape by design, and that's been a signature of mine for many many years wooden tables. I've designed. Davis. Actually, they were designed for my Donna Karen store from Bali. And then I just on my whole house tendon ball in power k with all the furniture. Everyone comes down. And sees you wanna go k you can have it. So what brings you joy really about? Together artisans of Haiti literally on everything. And also, I mean have you opened schools? They're like you're kind of. Lives. I opened a school called the dot design organizational training, which is vocational school. That's not really a school. But it's where the artisan can come because if you go to Haiti which is truly an experience, and I'm trying to figure it out now, and I've been there now for nine years since you're quake, which is coming up the ninth anniversary of the tenth. I'm not really sure which actually I was just talking to Kenneth Cole because Kenneth is down there and. A group of us RIA bellows, and Sean Penn. Kind of work down in Haiti. And what I worked on MRI, artisan work. So when I work with all the artisans, I try to bring up the first thing, I do when I walked in every oh thousand order thousand orders if you want to put yourself out of business, you'll give me a thousand pieces because the problem in fashion right now is what's new? What's new? What's new? What's new? What's new? What's new you can work with these people around the world and expect what's new what's new? It's new doesn't work. This was designed how many years ago, I mean that divine divine glass table over there by Alana Gord these artisanal work, so it's like my husband's art work. It's classic. It's gonna last forever. These photographs you're looking at it Willie Nelson. I mean, his book blows me away I use that as my inspiration. And now I'm going to be traveling with Willie which I'm really excited about and this art piece right behind here. She's a brilliant from Italy. And I've had her for many years, and she does Tuli incredible. So as much as I'm inspired by this work, and that's what inspires me and my work with them. This cabinet piece was done in Bali. But if you see all the old cabinets around there. They're from all over the world from China Ira Seret in Santa Fe. So when I was out in Santa Fe doing the folk art market. I met all these people actually have been carrying them for quite a while. They're in South America to these made out of. Vetabrae air. So you smell those baskets over there you go. My God smell so good. So the whole idea of field touch consciousness for me is what fashion is all about. That's my point of view and being able to tell the story about it. I think which is what happens here, which is very powerful like this necklace here. Then I'm wearing. Is made by girl who I met in sack harbor and they're made by spoons and leather. I think it's so cool. So how do you give people jobs? I mean, we're looking at a time where you've got to feed people, and as I say instead of the money, it's important to give them jobs. So even when I go down to India, you know, and all the hand weavers and all of these gorgeous gorgeous sculpt ago, I love them all in the blankets in the fabrics..
"donna karan" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"Luxury for me right now is time time is a luxury. I think we're fighting against the time. I'm turning I am seventy. And you know, the clock starts to tick. Okay. How do I wanna spend my life? You know, that's my luxury and traveling the world and working with artisans all over the world is my luxury. My luxury is to teach my luxury is to be able to pass it on. You know and learned because I learn more than I'm teaching because these young people today are much smarter than me. I asked my grandchildren to work for me. I mean there ever since they were eight and ten they can operate. You know, my phone much better than I would grandma. Gimme a break. Really? Now. I'm really bad. I mean, I don't know how to turn on anything really technical. So it's a luxury that I can have people around me who do that is a luxury. A luxury is being having time me no time to breathe time to travel time to be with my family time to make a difference in this world. And I am concerned about the world. I really concerned about the world. You know, it used to be a time when I would say, okay. It's really simple. It's all about Israel. I was gonna go to Khrushchev and figure out what his problem was when he was banging the table. And then when the epidemic broke out, I realized how do you talk to people is dress and address which was seventh on sale. I find more in addressing room, then I find anywhere else. You know? I'm more alert with what's happening and people are saying like people come into my neck, this don't worry, I can handle it. But if you don't have that personal interaction and what I'm concerned about right now is retail retail is a problem for two reasons A because everybody is addicted to their phone, I'm buying online, and they buy it. And then return it and buy it and return it or maybe I'll wear for a moment. And they'll return it. You know, where the tag on the inside or whatever. Or rented rented? Yeah. But I do feel that there's too much that I can tell you there too, many designers. There's too much of everything. So, you know, one time I always said, why don't we just take a deep breath and not have a season. How great that would be. But no fashion is pre fall fall resort spring and summer five deliveries. Crazy. So I have to zoster you. You are a big part of CFDA. Why doesn't it change? It just seems so obvious that it I think you should call the design and ask them. I agree. I mean, I'm just frustrated beyond belief because I had said years and years ago that if you don't change you're talking to the consumer and all they care about a sale, it's like the white sheet business who would buy a sheet irregular price. They're waiting to sell..
"donna karan" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"So the longer term or the shorter term vision for for this therapy. Is that more medical institutions are adopting it because that's amazing. This is a huge huge onto taking. I mean, I hope it outlives my life, you know, because each and every one of us needs somebody to care for you. The nurses need to be cared for the doctors each care for. And I offer this. When I go to every place, I go I try to. Have the people of community want it because if they wanted that will happen. You know, it's like when UCLA wanted it because they were number one. But it wasn't good enough. They wanted to be number one one one one one he says, you know, we have a ninety six seizes unless I'm one hundred and one not interested, you know. And that's what healthcare has to be. Now we hear so much about preventive care. Right. But was really important is we have to care for those who care for us. So what we teach is also how the nurses are cared. How they care for themselves before they walk into people were dying. You know, and you get that hit every single day. You know, six times a day. It's a lot on your mind body. So when I walked into the hospitals, the first thing wanted, of course, they? Mejia's on their uniforms. They want me design, the hospitals, and this all well and good guys. But I only want to design the care in healthcare. So. That's where my yoga my essential oils from young living are brilliant. I highly recommend them to every single person in the world. Drink thieves. If you've really getting sick take two ops under I guarantee, you it steals your sickness. So what we do is in bed yoga Rakia, aromatherapy, nutrition and palette of care and meditation, of course. Okay. So now, we're sitting in this amazing room with all of these the most beautiful designs and artisans. So can you talk us through how you gathered all these creatives together. This is the holiday market, right? This is the holiday, but we'll choosy going to be here all the time. Because I think when somebody sees her, then it's not only myself designing, but it's a lining with other great artisans throughout the world, the best way, I could describe this. I love it as this back. I just came back on a trip from Ethiopia and these prayer beads. So if you opened up leather, they're wonderful prayers come out, and I took this to Haiti where I work in. Haiti a tremendous amount of work there, and I made a bag, and then I made my necklace isn't. But those the necklaces like this there's the artistry of an amazing artist to from South Africa. We just love each other so much. He's brilliant. Her work is over here. She does jewelries fabrics and she's from south South Africa on door to death. And she came to Santa Fe with me and this year. I was asked to be the what do you call? Sorted liaison in Santa Fe. And I brought my Haitian people there, which is really exciting. And all of this was my inspiration through President Clinton. Because for me the Clinton global initiative has made me who I am. President Clinton and Hillary. I trust him believe it or not he wore my suit when he became president and Hillary Clinton more the cold shoulder at the first White House dinner, and I didn't even know they opened up New York Times. And there she is in the cold shoulder. And now I see everybody wearing the cold shoulder thinking, they're all wearing my clothes, but they're not because it knock off. So whatever doesn't matter. You started it. At least I know I'm leaving a legacy of a cold shoulder, wrapping tight, skirt a bodysuit. Food. A few other things I do stretch. Nobody was doing stretch either, you know..
"donna karan" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"And you're listening to an interview with the iconic American designer a true American original, Donna, Karen, Kathy. Shepardson I spoke to her in front of a live audience at the event space attached to the urban zen store in Greenwich Village, which at the time was hosting an international holiday craft market. It was a wonderful evening. I know a lot of you to come and try to get tickets, but could not we sent out the invitation Email and within forty minutes, we were overcapacity on the guest list. So sorry for those of you who could not make it. We had over three hundred people on the wait list. It was crazy very special. Thank you to Heidi. Crop and calling McCarthy at Krupp communications for setting this up the space. We're in the urban zen store. Supports a wonderful nonprofit foundation founded by Donna, Karen. And you. You hear more about that? Now. Welcome everybody. You are then, but I really think I should call. It urban chaos. It's a dream. It's dream that I had about much say about twenty years ago, and you're in what was known as husbands studio. My husband was an artist who was a sculptor. He was my partner in life, and I can show you some of those pieces around here any of you know, the big bronze apple on the river. That's my husband's and any of you any know any my perfume bottles that I've done. My husband created all my bottles fragrances, and he was really my partner in everything. And this was the studio. So my husband's work was putting dots on a piece of paper. And he connected the dots. And out of the dots came his works of art. Which was really quite extraordinary. He said to me, you know, Donna Lee both can't be out there in the world. So I guess it's going to be you. Thanks, honey. Love you dearly. I was born into fashion. I start on actually when I was three years old watching the basis day parade, which I found quite humorous the other day while I was standing at seventy years old watching the Macy's day parade. So it was sixty seven years that I watched the Macy's day parade. I it's my favorite thing in New York City, I was born into fashion. My father was in fashion. My mother was invastion. And the last thing I wanted to do is to be invasion. So my only word to all of you who are students whatever you think it is date. So forget about that. We're being guided and whatever happens to us is on a higher level and to me right now, we're looking at a life where it's not about what we wear on the outside. But we were on the inside. And what the world is all about and in the fashion world having designed for so many years I had started and Klein to quick one. Oh, one for those of you who don't know. My I was delivering a baby my daughter Gabby. And she is now forty four forty five and my boss saying Kline was in the hospital, and we had a collection do that day. So for any of you who want to be in fashion. I would really take another think about that. So I was thrown back to the office the next day to do a show on there. I was after be rather very pregnant ten pound baby girl and today, she has a restaurant if some you know to to old drano, and it's down in Tribeca, and she has one and two in the Hamptons one in south in one in east Hampton, Esad carber. And where my life is gone as a woman, I've been a Yogi, my whole practically my whole life..
"donna karan" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"That you take added that mort look in phnom against who got a ton of money you broke the story played a few years they're likely going to be moving on from him what are you take out of that well listen it it it's it's more proof that there are a certain positions even though they are the dynamic position may if we put aaron donald earned donald on on the free agent market my goodness well what do you make it probably be no more than sue uh but at the same time what did he bring to the dolphins that may change them uh now they went to the playoffs last year but i really think that teams will say okay is this position is this player going to put us over the top i think you have to be near uh being a super bowl caliber team or or certainly believe that you are and say this guy will help put us over the top as opposed to we can build around this guy uh the other issue is i think a teams they're just done a lot of due diligence on sue and you know even though i'm donna karan of the smart guy and he's he's still a heck of a football player they're going to say is there something intangible that would that would not fit the culture of our law cnn room or the culture of how we want to prepare the culture of how we wanna offseason to go and by the way i assume uh and you can you can talk about this that this would be a guy who would be designated for june 1st uh cap because of the caps situation with him meal know cutting m does not really saved them cap money unless designated june 1st bash.
"donna karan" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Um you know if if i could if i could go back and do more there are probably being more revelations that i that i could find so it's for me it's just a con a consensual consistently evolving process until literally just can't right the right word evil urban chris for you rehearsal and did you have some on this moving i mean it's spin difference me on every film i think you come in the film making certain is a non act you come in with quite charlotte's idea of what we're hosts lewis the idea that it's people need to say the lodge again and again to know what do the long the work at the more you realize it's just about intention and it's just about making sure that everybody understands will detention line is the attention seen as semi would oxidative old over time to try and just give the actors whatever their comfortable doing so that russ from me anymore we're just russ for them that is to say who book a meeting will sit down one on one or two on you know whatever combinations relayed just talk about the scene i'll get in the read the scene just so can stop and say well this is this is about as well that's about and what i find is the active feels free to either rehearsed will fully and performance donna karan whenever all it just stays at that level of a cables talk about with the intention behind the words on that's more or less mice that have the full process at this point in a done films were we had a lot of time to russ with months of infants we can do any rows whom had to do on the day as we see when the difficulty of that approach on dunkirk is the very few woods to play with a not really only works for words so there isn't really much point in talking about when the explosions go of how you're gonna feel load other site you'll you'll figure that out when you get back.
"donna karan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"That all right george leaping 234 froze probably lord's i think that some there i that point goes to doyle door what else can you get um that's pretty much it she i made the milking whereas leaving she got the low hanging fruit as saying yeah i think at the great there's another animal in amir actually there are two other animals in their think foul it's not chickens this was a student gas against seven chickens pecking no six diesel weighing seven suanzes swim arms us swimming once all these numbers nine ladies dancing uh eleven pipers piping twelve drummers drumming and i believe all the others forgotten okay now this will be forced far easier kylie yes name all of the reindeer dasher dancer mmhmm something blitz in comet cupid donner below one that rhymes with the other one because you're throwing in rudolph but you missed two you've got dasher dancer blitz and comic transit donna karan sir and what rhymes with blitz them built traffic mistake dixon is it takes them how do you not know courses mix them once you heard it because food new like bad information yeah yes exactly that's exactly what i thought you were doing no i'm sorry it's ralph yes yes it was vixen okay now here's the heathen portion of the course now here are some here are some beautiful christmas songs we're only going to give you one line just a few words of.
"donna karan" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"He's proud of what he did do you think there's any possibility that the way we're treating these people these terrorists is asking for more do you think they'd be is brave and as willing to do what they're doing if we took the guy out dumped him in the street ran him over where the car dislike he did a eight other people i know that sounds really faroud him really drastic but he has the nerve in we have the nerve to cover it in the news to ask for an isis flag in his hospital room where he's recovering from wounds delivered by hero who stopped the carnage and i i am just saying after eight years of coddling under the obama administration coddling the muslim brotherhood that's the apps the oh the seed this spawn of all this and the seeming willingness of any time dicker harry whose donna karan to come up and attack us home is putting them in a hospital room and giving them an isis flagged.
"donna karan" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Yeah. I love the story. It's you know, when we say to do the best with the resources, you have like this that and the fact that this particular web service had made I'm Elise mom's life a little bit easier. Just may absolutely best wishes Emily to you and your family. I know this is a really tough time. But I also understand the paper towels are heavy af Sarah wrote in and said, she loves our show, and she's wanted to Email us so many times because I find myself talking to you guys through the podcast this week, though, actually have to talk to the real us. So tip paraphrase a little bit, Sarah and her business. Partner. Kyle. They have a fashion truck, it's called loss girls. Vintage and she says this with the way the fashion world is going week after week you remind me we wanted to create as little overhead as possible seventy five dollar parking spot for the win. So when we saw the Amazon treasure truck drive bias in Chicago last week, we freaked out and immediately looked it up. Amazon doesn't need another reminder for people to shop there. They're already everyone's Goto. But this may be fun way for them to have a physical presence without getting a lot of overhead. They're also able to test the markets in different cities, my partner, and I did that with lost girls. We travel around the country selling at different markets only to find the cities that worked with our brand the best regardless of what Amazon is doing. The treasure truck is creating a cool and fun factor that they're missing pair. But the rare items are selling its marketing gold, they could be using the treasure trucked distract from some not so cool things they're doing Amazon is taking over the world. And I talk about them forever, which I'm sure I will. And I'm chatting with my speakers during. Podcast. Love it all especially when Lisa talks to her cats. Best, sarah. Thank you, Sarah. And that was not the only response we had in regard to the treasure. Chuck Brees said I love the Amazon treasure truck. I live in Seattle. So we've had it for a while LLC ATL, you get everything. I it always had good deals on random items. Download.
"donna karan" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"So I joined a secret Lulu row group on Facebook because I'm nosy and just because I was really so curious about the story and wanted to see the real impact of people, and I have such a. Disdain for how this company is doing business. Not for the people who signed up to sell the product because they thought they were going to do right by their families. It's not their fault. This company makes me so angry flames decided by head flames. Lisa if you look if you just Google Leroux angry people as an approximate search term, you'll see that there are stories about I say mostly women, but people who were independent retailers selling grow. And they are out thousands of dollars. First of all they spent thousands of dollars to get into this business because they thought everything was going to sell like hotcakes. And now they're trapped and either they're stuck in this cycle was Lula row where they're trying to unload their merchandise through them, and they're not getting back all of the money that they spent or they're having other issues with the company, and they're going broke multi level marketing companies scare the shit out of me. I'm not gonna lie. I'm not gonna lie. They scare. Me too. I understand why people get involved in them because it does seem like a way to financial freedom and kind of works into the idea of the American dream that if you work hard enough, you can build your way up just feel real damn bad for anyone who like legitimately has taken steps to try to get out of this business, and do it as responsibly as they know how and have been home by this company that you're do this. It's just really unfortunate. It's not your fault. It's not your fault. And that is the Lula row update for this week. If you're active by this lettuce now, I'm really destination. And if you want to share thoughts with other listeners, we can keep your non ass-. This is a seat space for bitch about other people. Especially if they're ripping people off. All right. So some good news. I got some good news. We're bringing the show right back around brain around. Fair. Gomo has a new creative director. His name is Paul Andrew. He has been working as the design director for women's footwear for the company has since last year. Now, he's going to be in charge of footwear and ready to wear for women his first collection will debut and fall twenty eighteen. So why is he coming in as the design director because the last one bombed he bombed friend, they gave him nine months, and then they got him. Seriously. That's essentially what happened. The last creative director had only been with the brand since November and not even a full year yet his reviews from vogue for his spring at twenty eighteen collection was quote fine enough but generic that's what. Vokes said about his last line that is two weeks ago friend two weeks ago, and he is gone. Joe it's rough. It is rough at there. This business is cut cutthroat. And the meantime, Paul Andrew was getting great reviews for his shoe collections. So they're expanding work to include ready to wear womenswear as an important note that Paul Andrew does not have professional experience designing clothes, but he has a past as a great shoe designer. He added his own brand. And he has made it runway shoes for people like Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karen who shall not be named. And VERA Wang now, here's where it comes in about the cash for the first six months of this year, footwear was responsible for forty three percent of revenues at Feira Gomo all apparel men's and women's apparel. All of it made up less than six percent of revenue. So shoes was holding that down. We shoes was forty. Three percent. Apparel was six percent. And I think the rest is like luggage other accessories like there's other categories too. But just to give you an idea. Of course, they have huge runway shows about the close. Well, and actually the clothes are like this teeny percent of a larger business that is really holding their own only because of the shoe department, but it isn't a shoot apartment like the legacy department of fair game..
"donna karan" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Guys Lisa, and this is Karen, I'm this is hot back. How are you today? It's week two of us being in different cities. Well, we're always in different cities as usual, but different different cities, different different cities. You're back in Florida. I'm back and Florida's hottest hell what was I expecting? I'm still in North Carolina still door because the puppies. They're exactly could you please import important announcements. Could you please advertise your dogs Instagram account for the assembled? So guys, I'm trying to get my dog insta- famous. I wanna be a car dashing type for dogs. Just follow my dog on Instagram. Okay. If called Brody the Scottie has underscores in it Brody be our DIE underscore the underscore. Scotty, S C OTT make him famous people. I'm also doing well. How are you doing Lisa? I'm great. I'm great. I'm fine. I don't have a cute dog. But whatever, but you have cats and they're the same Cavs like I didn't see them for over a week. And last night I walked in the door, and they were like shit. She's back. How do they do without you? I'll my got. Well, they had a really good babysitter. But they latched onto me real quick. When I got an Abed last night. They were like our mama's home. Yeah. So it's good to be home. I'm glad I'm home DC was fun. But like, I either hit my high point or my low point of productivity when I was in DC which was on Sunday. Let me just put it this way. My liver was hurting. I may have kept running into Kearns husband while I was in DC and every time my judgment was compromised. I was just like, hey. I was so jealous that you guys were together in the same city seeing each other. And I was in another state missing. Both of you made me so sad. We didn't plan to say how do other like normal people. We just run into each other. But that's not even the productivity part of this. That was just fun. So on Sunday, a friend, and I had have talked about meeting up, but we weren't sure if it would work out. So we sort of left it open. She had run a big race in the morning. I had tried to eat brunch. Like a normal human. I wanted to see if she wanted to grab dinner later, she had already committed to dinner, and she's like, well what about this afternoon? And I'm like I have to target and buy stuff our work. She's like on media target forty five minutes. So we met up at target and caught up while we were walking around the store. I love that. I love productive fron date. Neither of us newer anything was in the store. So I apologize to everyone else at target at that time. The reason why I like this concept, though, is because I think a lot of times we put off seeing people because it's not the exact right circumstances. And I'd rather see somebody in an imperfect state or doing an errand or something like that continue to put it off. So it's months without seeing a friend. Why not join on a target date? Sounds great. Yes. She was like, I have something. To return it works out. Great. Well, then she shows up and she had forgotten the return. It worked. But I was like wow talk about making the most of twenty four hours of the day. There you go, you know. So it's good to be back to my old routine. Not that it was a good routine. I'm just saying it's my routine just claim it as your own friend, right? Many things have happened since we last chatted both in our lives. And in the world. I can't keep up. I cannot keep up. So our top story of this week. I thought was going to be dove. And I was already to talk about dove. And then Donna Karen opened her mouth doves getting demoted to second story. I think Karen winds are dumb of the week award. So we need to discuss what Donna Karen said she was on the red carpet, and she started defending her friend Harvey Weinstein and said that women need to think about how they present themselves. So if you haven't been following Harvey Weinstein who I have declared made of snakes has been all over the news..
"donna karan" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio
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"donna karan" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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