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Protesters in Boston denounce anti-Asian racism
"No justice, no peace. More than 100. People marched from Peter's Park in Boston to Chinatown and his WBC Suzanne Sauce. Full reports The out of the Orient March for Asian futures called for an end to white supremacy today. Is not the only day that we're going to resist, right. We're going to resist until we get demanded that they're calling on state legislators to doom or during the covert 19 recovery period to make sure by park families have homes and jobs. Caroline Chu was with the Asian American Resource Workshop. That is how we fight back against violence. We build stable, thriving communities. Our people do that in the face of so much, and we need the system to step up and give us our basic needs. Hey, the people way the people Asian coalition, Emma organized the march moving forward. They hope to create a mutual aid network called the Peace Walk Program, where volunteers walk Asians and other people of color home from places like train stations to help keep them safe from racist violence.
Reigning Mrs. World Arrested Over Onstage Brawl in Sri Lanka
"There was a major controversy during a televised. Mrs sri lanka competition this weekend. Or a former winner and current mrs world crown her successors head and allegedly caused injuries. This happened during the televised award ceremony. This is world winner. Caroline jury came on stage and announced that the two thousand twenty one sri lanka winter push pika silva was ineligible for the prize because she had been divorced. That rule does actually exist because every beauty pageant has its own bad quirks but civil later. Clarified that she hadn't violated it. She and her husband were separated but still married. Thank god that wasn't communicated in the heat of the moment in the crown was briefly given to the runner up following the moonlight vs la la land moment onstage. Mrs world was arrested yesterday and later released on bail. This all could have been avoided if sandra bullock had been there undercover.
The Case Of The Pricey Fritos
"So we are on the case for scott horsely following the fritos clue number. One fritos is owned by pepsi. Pepsi owns frito-lay which makes free does in fact the vending machine scott uses in. The white house is all pepsi products and all of the products and the machine. Not just the fritos got more expensive so we called pepsi. they would not comment. They declined to comment. Okay find out thanks. i know. Luckily there was a second clue. A note left the scene of the crime. There is a note on the vending machine from the the people that stock the machine to are valued patrons effective in the next couple of weeks. The prices in the vending machine may be adjusted to offset increases. We have received in product costs from manufacturers so presumably the wholesale cost of the fritos have gone up and they're passing those along to us but it is kind of curious at a time when corn prices are down. And you know there's only three things in a frito. There's there's corn corn oil and salt. Well how naive to think vaga free does. Caroline dimitri is an applied economist at nyu who specializes food studies and seem kind of offended by the idea that might only have three corn prices at anything to do with the price of corn chips right by the way we tried calling the vending machine company. Sometimes yeah but they would not call us back. Nobody wants to give us a comment so we turn to. The experts and caroline is an expert. She says the price of a processed food like fritos has almost nothing to do with well. food prices. Just break that idea that you have that food actually. The food costs are an important component of any food product. That you buy in the grocery
Boston's USS Constitution Museum Reopens To The Public
"We get more on that from WBC TV's NIC MX. The USS Constitution Museum is now reopened to the public, and it just happens to fall on the 45th anniversary of its opening. Celebratory cannon fire to mark the re opening of a Freedom trail staple. There is no better attraction here on the Freedom Caroline in the city of Boston. The U. S s constitution is welcoming back guests once again after a difficult 2020 pandemic Safety precautions kept guests off Old Ironsides and out of the museum, where people young and old can learn about the rich history of the USS Constitution Museum is open Thursday through Sunday. 10 a.m. To five p.m. 4 51 traffic and weather together up
No vaccine appointment necessary for some New York vaccine locations
"New York's vaccine sites generally discouraged people from showing up without unemployment. But his Caroline Lewis reports, there are some exceptions. More than two dozen vaccine sites are now accepting walk ins from people 75 older and anyone who escorts them. We'll get a shot to younger New Yorkers may be able to flag down the city's new mobile vaccine bus. Which will offer up to 200 shots a day of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine for restaurant and delivery workers for those willing to do some legwork there. Also standby lists. Many sites have doses left over at the end of the day because of cancelations. Some keep lists of people who can show up on short notice. Others will tell you to just arrived near the end of the day. Stand by policies aren't advertised, so you'll have to ask around. For more tips and tricks. Visit gothamist dot
Why Dermatologists Are Horrified by the Way Gwyneth Paltrow Applies Sunscreen
"I did want to mention at the time of this recording that there has been a recent gwyneth paltrow controversy in which she filmed when some sort of skin care routine video for vogue and in the video she insinuates. She says she's not a person who slather sunscreen all over her body and then she quote dabs it onto the parts of her face the get son in the video. It looks like she only wear sunscreen. Unlike her cheekbones and her forehead bone and while because there has been a controversy that has evolved out of this. You know there has since been a comment released from goop in which they say that. Oh yes of course. She uses mineral sunscreen minerals screen all over her face but you know caroline runs past fep further past forever thirty-five guests and all around i think really wise to the point person when it comes to skin care i would. I would agree with that assessment. She went to town and she really called gwyneth and vogue out four posting this video e even as goop has insinuated. It was edited and it made it sound like. She doesn't wear as much sense renee. She does whatever they were. Still responsible for airing the video and it's it's misinformation and one thing that i really appreciated the caroline said was she was like she called out like dermatologists and skin care influencers. And she's like please. Don't don't be afraid to speak out about this just because gwyneth paltrow is a powerful person.
Salem Stop Sign Cam Goes Viral On Twitch
"Stop sign Cam in Salem goes viral on the think gaming platform twitch and brings a lot of unwanted attention to one neighborhood. WBC's Karen Regal Explain Caroline Costain mounted a camera that she said was designed to draw attention to people running stop signs at the intersection in front of her house. That wasn't the intention. The intention was just to get the season what the Livestream wound up on the game or platform twitch with 125,000 followers. Staying claims not to know how. Despite it being her house in her camera neighbors described to me a year of horror with people showing up to mug for the camera, with some neighbors getting unwanted deliveries of $100 of food every day for months, Anthony lives nearby, and he's furious. They know the times that my kids get home. What times I get out of my house for the answers to burglars sustained, says she's taking down the live stream out of respect for our neighbors, she says To me and her, Facebook says, as well. She has myriad house cameras, including those with night vision. Still mounted
Utah Senator Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote
"Utah Senator Mitt Romney is this year's recipient of the Kennedy Family Profile in Courage Award Michael Kastner reports. Romney was the only Republican senator who voted to convict during Donald Trump's impeachment trial in 2020, JFK's daughter, Caroline Kennedy and grandson Jack's lost. Berg spoke with the Today show this morning. He showed us all that courage and faith and integrity are outdated on that politics can still be a noble profession. Romney study was honored and humbled by the award. Whether I should get a head is not entirely up to you, but whether or not you live by your conscience is entirely up to you. The award was given virtually this year because of the pandemic. I'm Michael
Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change
"Are big contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions in the form of methane produced as part of their digestive process. But there's a new study from UC Davis that finds supplementing cattle feed with red seaweed may reduce the amount of methane they produce. KQED is Caroline Equation are is here to tell us about it. Carolina What happened in the study? This is actually the first study of its kind. Other studies have looked at the effects of red seaweed on dairy cows and sheep. But this is the first study to study the effects of red seaweed on beef cattle. So 21 beef cattle were given freeze dried powdered red seaweed mix in with their food for around five months, they were separated into three groups, depending on the percentage of seaweed in their diet. And the further along in the experiment, they were the less Hey, alfalfa and greens. They were fed. And what did they find? So our minds cup? Rob and a graduate student in his lab, Brianna Roque, did this study Both are animal biologists at U. C. Davis. And they found that the cattle produced up to 82% less methane after they ate a diet with red seaweed and low amounts of Hey, alfalfa and greens. Cattle that were eating more Hey, alfalfa and green. But the same amount of seaweed had a less dramatic decrease and their methane production where it was up to 68%, so the seaweed was really effective at reducing methane. But the amount of reduction was really affected by how much alfalfa hay and greens the cattle eat. And how did these animals taste? In the end? Did the seaweed affect the flavor or the texture of the beef? There was virtually no difference in the flavor, texture or juiciness of the seaweed Fed beef and its nutritional content was pretty much the same. So does all see, We'd have this effect on cattle. No red seaweed is a type of algae that traps methane and converts it into something else, so it doesn't cause the cattle to burp. While some ranchers do feed help as a supplement, they're used for nutritional value and don't have an effect on methane production. So beyond reducing the carbon footprint of beef production. Is there a financial incentive for ranchers to feed their cattle? Red seaweed? Yes. So one unexpected finding was that red seaweed actually helped the cattle gain weight because all the carbon that would normally be burnt out. Ended up being used to make more muscle in their body. Also, the amount of methane produced was proportional to amount of seaweed they ate, so the more seaweed they ate the less methane they produced. If the practice of feeding seaweed to beef cattle is widely adopted, there's going to be a huge demand for this type of seaweed would that be possible and would be sustainable? For now, This seaweed isn't commercially available, but it is native to many coastal areas around the world. For example, the seaweed from this study came from Australia, and there are also several companies trying to figure out a way to grow more of the seaweed so that it might be more commercially available in the future.
Biden administration to share millions of AstraZeneca vaccine doses with Canada, Mexico
"Is finalizing plans to share millions of AstraZeneca vaccine doses with candidate Mexico. NPR's camera teeth explains. The White House is under pressure to share even more President Biden has said Americans need to be vaccinated first before sharing surplus doses with other countries. But White House covert coordinator Jeff Science says the AstraZeneca vaccine isn't approved for use here, and it is in Canada and Mexico. No American will be without a vaccine because of this action, Caroline Reynolds with the Pandemic Action Network says it's a good start. But the world is in a race against variants of the Corona virus. The
The Even More Minimum Wage working at Olive Garden
"Back when she was in high school caroline. Zola was working at mcdonalds in houston texas trying to save money for college but all of her friends were working at other restaurants where they got tips. They got to lead every night with like cash and they would say. Oh my gosh i win and i made one hundred dollars on one night and i was like wow. She starts playing for su- positions and she gets hired at all guarded. I did go in with some sort of Blind optimism. And i was like oh this is so cool. Because they're so busy all the time it'll be it'll be great But it was a lot. It was a lot harder there than i had anticipated it to be part of why it was so much. Harder is because of olive garden is known for like if you know one thing about olive garden. It's the breadsticks unlimited breadsticks breadsticks forever. Overload and unlimited soup and unlimited salad. I think a lot of people don't realize that The servers olive garden. Make the salad and soup themselves which we need to have a party and people want different things they want extra this and this on the side it makes it very complicated you but the money could be good on busy days like the weekends. She can make twenty five dollars an hour but then there were the slow days if you're standing there and you're not getting any work not getting any tables. You just know that you're absolutely wasting your time. It's like oh man. it's very frustrating. For sure the worst part was customers who would leave next nothing tips or actually nothing when someone just disregards you by not leaving you anything it it is. It's hurtful like you know. Yeah after having looked you in the eye for exactly yes and smile with you and talk with you and kind of joke with you and then it's just like well i don't care how you bucci says it wasn't just the feeling of disrespect that bummed her out. It was also the fact that her entire financial wellbeing was completely dependent on these strangers. That's because olive garden was paying her. The federal minimum wage for tipped workers. Two dollars thirteen cents like that measly little like a handful of change to does and thirteen
Instagram cracks down on adults messaging teens
"The way it protects teens from predators on their APP. Social media company says they'll use the artificial intelligence to restrict adults from messaging teenagers if they don't follow each other. It will also use prompts to warn teens to be cautious and an update in its guide for parents. Instagram, head of global public policy programs. Caroline Merrill spoke to CBS this morning. This is just the latest in one of our suite of tools to protect teams why we wanted to do it now again. This is something that we take seriously, but we wanted to really get upstream and protect teams from unwanted interactions between adults and teens, researchers say. In 2019, At least 20% of kids reported being contacted by an Online predator.
Mother and daughter arrested over hundreds of fraudulent Homecoming Court votes
"Florida Elementary School administrator and her daughter are accused of rigging in high school homecoming court election. Florida Prosecutors in Pensacola accused Laura Rose Carol and her 17 year old daughter of rigging the vote. My accessing student accounts without authorization. In November, the S Cambria County school district contacted state investigators who say they found that Caroline, her daughter used Carol's district level access to cast hundreds of fraudulent votes. 50 year old woman was arrested Monday and booked into the county jail. Her daughter was arrested transferred to the county's juvenile detention center. Yeah.
International Women's Day: Illustrating the Covid-19 pandemic
"International Women's Day is being celebrated amid the pandemic, and that has brought two unique and deep challenges to women around the world for more and let's head to London and bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchors Caroline Hecker and Roger Hearing John usually a day of celebration and a call to arms for equality for women. This year's international Women's Day is going to look very different Women have been deeply affected, of course, by the pandemic at work and at home, with many women losing pay and jobs. And Children more off the care responsibilities. Well for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's senior government. Alice, Sarah, Jane. Mahmoud, I'd like to start with you if I may. ELISA On International Women's Day. It will no doubt be dominated by the impact of the pandemic. How do you see this day really is a point in terms of marking where women are now in the workplace. Well, I think of Aziz introduced the topic of remarked on on them. Damaging effects of the pandemic on women, in particular women making up a larger share of the work force in the industries that have been hardest hit from home from the hospitality to retail. Andre also taking on a larger share of the burden, oftentimes a home on being forced to either cut back the number out of their working well, giving up work entirely to be able to do that. So it is that you know should be a moment of reflection on but but it should also be a moment of which, you know. People think about what can be done to help women in the future Nichols childcare and accessible childcare and widespread childhood, particularly for the infant years, being a key point on which governments and policy makers can focus but also training education. Clearly technology and being in grace of the mad increasingly raises demanded, and women tend to fall back and in that space, so there are errors that the government can tackle to ensure that the gap that has widened between women and men, particularly in the workplace control and
Caroline Giuliani, daughter of Rudy, opens up about being polyamorous
"Right rudy. Giuliani's daughter caroline rose says she finds strength and being a unicorn and we're not talking about the mythical creature carolina reveals in vanity fair that she takes pleasure and pride in being the third and a sexual relationship with a couple so she is very open in this letter. She is unapologetic. She is very happy and proud and she said it took her awhile to get to this point but she is super happy to spread awareness. I would like to hear your thoughts. The guest our guest stars always the role. That wanna have. If you're going to do this. Explain to the people first of all unicorn. This first of all unicorn is a mystical creature. Obviously the third person in a relationship Go ahead i'm more like a goat. I come in food. I rummaged leave. You don't want me there. Because i'm digging. I'm asking you questions about your relationship. Okay oh yeah you're involved. Enjoy the moment. Have a nice night. So maybe we can do this again sometime. It's going to be sexy but then it turns into dr phil. It's like a whole connection here. What can we do to bring you back to get an older home doing nothing. One hundred days to the unicorn mad that the even using this word unicorn is the mystical creatures. A word my son would use the unicorn and now that it's this person who's in a relationship with a couple. I never use that word again. May mommy and were beautiful. I bet you do see this. Is that bronco unicorn. We normally call that person. Frankie freak frigging day game. Get with the couple all. It's a thing i gotta say. What is now the thing because you're also unattached. You know unicorn side piece. yes that's what is normally called. you are they. Are we committed. No there's no people with papers der together a unicorn. The definition of a person comes into a razor. They cannot interfere with the couple mainstays. You're just to come and go
Interview With Caroline Gorski Of Rolls Royce
"Caroline I think we're gonna be diving into the topic of logistics today. And i think what people think about applying ai. Logistics are often thinking about tracking where trucks are tracking our inventory levels. But for you folks who've worked on some ai. Applications leveraging nlp for logistics and supply chain purposes obviously rolls royce of massive industrial organization. You have a lot of supply chain needs. Can you go a little bit into what the problem was. What you guys have kinda built to help your cause. They're sure dan absolutely so. Yeah i mean just a little bit of context rolls royce overseas a hundred year old company and as a result we are also company that manufactures highly complex and very high value physical things and as a result. We have a very complicated supply chain structure. We also have certain parts of our supply chain where there are very few companies around the world who can actually make what we need from all supply chain so they're all points in our supply chain weather arrow some quite quite high levels of risk in terms of sourcing strategy. Because we don't have an infinite number of supplies you cannot and on top of that we have or certainly did have a real challenge with the presence of what can really only be described described as incredibly dumb unstructured data across our supply chain so information held in pediatrics information on contracting terms on supply standards or capabilities or even designs on top of that an awful lot of our supply. Chain information is either engineering drawings or it's mathematical notation tabulated information and those are three categories off of data which is very hard for existing kind of simplistic optical character recognition tools to actually extract reliably. So over the last couple of years we've been working to develop a natural language processing computer vision capability that she allows us to extract intelligence from all of those kind of dumb unstructured data sources. So that we can use not intelligence to be much more adaptive much more flexible much more responsive in managing risk across supply chain and clearly given the challenges that we faced in some of our markets globalization being one of them over the last twelve months with the covid nineteen pandemic having that increased capability for managing supply chain risk flexibly being able to understand using machine intelligence to actually understand induce scenario modeling across ask supply chain that has helped to support our business in making very significant financial savings in terms of its response to the pandemic but also broadly in terms of ensuring businesses fit for purpose as we become out to the pandemic in terms of managing complex supply. Chain starches for the future hansard. There's so many ways that this can come into place we we've done a lot of One of the sectors where we do our ai. Opportunity landscape research. Every year is chain. Logistics looking at everything in terms of matching loads two vehicles for for transportation to inventory prediction an and arrival times and whatnot. Nlp in this space is interesting is novel and i can imagine so many ways that it might be leveraged can imagine you reading news and information about your various suppliers. Maybe it's the weather in the area. Maybe it's something about them. Having a bad quarter whatever the case may be and i can see that maybe being factored into what production volumes you think they may be able to do or what arrival times you might be able to expect or i could even say a system that just puts the most important news in front of a human analyst who can put it in broader context. Because of course there's so much context for that dumb data to actually speak to business needs on how specifically is nlp sort of working here. And what's maybe an example of where this is starting to be able to inform our processes inform our prediction. Or whatever it's doing yeah. I you're absolutely spots on that donna. Interestingly some of these cases or those areas that you've just mentioned there are exactly where we want to take capability next cohort of the work that we've been doing for rolls royce as a global entity in the first phase of development of this capability. We have been working with those tricky types of data that exists in manufacturing and engineering supply chain unstructured data sets. So those would let me give you an example much of what we communicate while supplies is communicated through drawings engineering drawings. So these these two d drawings which then need to be rendered into three day geometry's in order to be able to understand way to no debate able to understand how much waste material might be generated from from making components. Nfl which the supplier that component of will reimburse us for of course because they charge us for the bulk weight of the material and then the machine material they reinvest because they resell out secondary market so for us to understand for example you know how much is something away how much we're gonna cost to ship and transport How much rebate should we be guessing from from the waste material. That's been resolved by the supplier on. We need to be able to render a to d draw ring into its three d geometry now most of the during dumped exist in cat they only exist to droids so using a combination of competition and alpay. The nlp helps to extract the numerical information. That geometrical information is written around the drawing and the computer vision helps to manage the actual rendering of the drawing itself. You can actually turn your community station into three d rendering virtually and that of and allows you to couch might understand always questions about white about pricings about costing about justice about waste material might be generated for manufacturing
How a big, queer, black woman is redefining "yoga body"
"Noticed when i post pictures of my yoga practice that the responses i got from people. It wasn't really like that. Many people giving me feedback on my practice. It was mostly people being like. I don't know that people could do yoga. And i would just be like. Why do you think fat people can't do yoga. Fat people do all kinds of stuff all the time and like clearly we have a visibility problem so this is a really fascinating. Turn taking those comments. Which could either understandably caused someone to be like. Fuck you instagram. I'm piecing out But rather see it as an opportunity. And i'm curious why that was for you. Yes if it had just been people saying like wow. I didn't know if that person can do yoga. I like them. Bitch get is because everybody. Does everything concern about that. But on top of that was people being like. I didn't know fat people could do yoga. I'm fat person. Can i do yoga. And so my response to that is hell. Yeah you can do in fact you should and in fact it's not just fat people so that like there'd be so many different kinds of people who will reach out to me be like wow. I didn't know that someone who looks different than what society tells us. They should look like is allowed to do whatever they want. This is inspiring me to do whatever i want and that to me was a motivator to continue to engage with the community and the community. Was i sure. Engaging back justin's instagram accounts started growing photo by photo. She was posting videos of herself. Working through a sequence. He was offering her own advice for complicated poses. And you better believe. She brought her personality along for the ride. This was no like straight laced. Candle lit all white yoga session. No enya playing in the background. She was playing lauren hill in the background and she would encourage her followers to try yoga themselves if they were too nervous and eventually she started getting messages from people asking her to come teach them where they were. They'd be like can you come. Teach me in sweden. can you come to melbourne. Can you come to like venezuela. I'll know dude like literally everywhere. Jesmyn was flattered but she wasn't convinced that the world needed more yoga teachers. It wasn't until after her friends. And even her parents encouraged her to pursue teaching that she gave in and decide to get some training but there is still a problem because caroline becoming a yoga teacher or going through. Why t or yoga teacher training can cost between two and three thousand dollars as a grad school dropout working in a tapas restaurant like gentleman is not making that kind of dough but her parents actually stepped in and helped her which was a financial burden for them but very cool way to support her so she quit day jobs and enrolled going in jesmyn. Figured she'd get this credential hardest poses and that'd be that but about halfway through the through the training we were doing this partner. Yoga exercise and i was paired with someone who is much smaller than i am. She is like five feet tall. I don't know how much you weigh. When you're that you're that she's like that So and then. I'm so we're on opposite sides of the spectrum and as a fat body person i have spent my whole life paranoid about even touching somebody in a way. That could hurt them like. I'm afraid that if i sit too close to someone that i could hurt them like. There's this constant obsessive thought about the weight in needing to apologize for the wait and so the idea of being in this environment where i haven't have to physically put my entire body weight onto this. Very tiny person was horrifying to me. And so i spent like every time that i would even touch her. I would apologize every time. I'd be like oh i'm sorry. Oh i'm sorry. Oh i'm sorry. And after a while she stopped me for hand on my shoulders literally and looked in my eyes and was like you do know. You don't have to apologize for everything right. And i laughed because laughing is one of my defense mechanisms and i was like. Oh yeah sorry I guess i just was apologizing for existing and to hear me say it. She just caught her eyebrows. Me and like went back to the but i was shook i was like. Are you kidding me. i think i don't deserve to exist. i think i'm apologizing for existing. Is that how long have i been thinking that like have been thinking that since birth
Is this the worst year ever for the UK music industry?
"How damaging has the pandemic beam to the uk. Music industry in terms of the live industry has been completely devastating. Sophie shows went ahead last year. There were one or two by artists. Like van morrison establish autism can afford to take the risk on having basically half the audience in the socially distance venue parks twenty twenty was going to be a big year for you and in many ways it was. You recorded an album. In lockdown which went to number three of this month here performing caroline from her debut album. It is parks album in. Sunbeam's this out now making her network television debut. Arlo parks sounds. You've done amazingly well considering the circumstances but it's not the you had planned desert young. I mean this time. Last year i'd risen a few songs for the record. But i was ready to go until i was ready to go on my own headline tall and play these festivals. I think we had about fast. He seven festivals booked. In and i was supposed to be towing the states with heavy williams as well Slow slow you know especially at the beginning of of one's career. A lot of it is getting around. Getting out the physically. I think it felt like it was going to be very much of looking outwards and finding out more about myself especially as a performer but it turned into a more inward-looking year more introspective year
"k. caroline" Discussed on Alchemy This
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"k. caroline" Discussed on Alchemy This
"It's it's artificial No trees were killed. and Yeah carlo put together. I think we put it up the first day of november. So it's been a pro. I wait until the day after thanksgiving nice. I don't i because thanksgiving was so late. I refused to wait till after thanksgiving. Also dammit don't rob me out of a couple of weeks of But it sounds like at three feet not much plastic was harmed in the process. Either no that's good to out the ice caps can Can stay put appreciate you now. Please welcome caroline carter cutter as an potter as to what was a favorite childhood christmas gift and A guest is while. I'll tell you one that wasn't so sure what is because i don't remember anything which means that may gifts are pointless but one christmas i accidentally squirted this like medicated. Face wash directly. Into my. I sure and i like burn ninety percent of my cornea sure So i was spent the whole christmas morning. Like crying and my siblings. Were like carrying fucking bitch. She's ruining christmas for us. you're nineteen. He has happened this year when i was nineteen years old. So yeah older than you. Thank you thank you. Hey there's mark agley artie. Marcus of gangway artists. What was a typical christmas morning. Like in your childhood. Typical christmas morning. When i was a kid was we would get up at like we would set alarms to see who could get up the earliest because i wanted to get down there and it was like there was one year i remember. I set the alarm for four. Am and i went downstairs at four am and just started playing with toys and And my mom came down the stairs just looked at me and she was like this. You've gone too far. And she and she sent me back upstairs to just which is torture. Because you're sitting there thinking about the toys that you know are down there. You've already opened at four. Am with no one else around in the dark from then on out it was more like. Oh maybe i should make this about the family and less about the presence that that reminds me of the santa outing in my childhood. I we were so reform. We were practically catholics. So my parents couldn't explain why we could never christmas tree so in fact we did and at four am. I went down to chick to check on. Santa and there was pop with scott savage back here. He's he's wrapping up the last few guests. I love it. Yeah that was a heartbreaker for four and a half year old. Anyway and now it's alvarado time seamaster rod. How are you at wrapping gifts. I'm not as good as i want to be. But damn if. I don't try hard. Yeah i really wanna make this look good and i just. I can't get it tight enough right. That's the fold is a little a little like bubbly. yep and then. I put it on. Its shut the box down to get. The tightness in the bottom battery might work. But now i got this up here. And it's and it's a bummer. Because i really try so hard. I think the fine folks who make the wrapping paper. No this about us and then papers designed so that it'll never be perfectly but let's be honest. You pay a little more you get you get a better paper. It is you get the little the lines. It's a little thicker kind. Holds the crease. Little cosell and last but a lump of coal stratton. If you think. It's joey greer peppermint patty breath. How did you do that again. Honestly it was a it was a cosmetic surgery so it wasn't a and i did it myself and i really simple on. Anyone can do it at home. You get a whole bunch peppermint stick see melting down and you're gonna wanna get to two to six dozen syringes because you're gonna want you're gonna need to like injected like several times over the course of as many days takes two thousand and and it's it's it's not as bad as it sounds you're going to have to inject into the rue soft tissue in the back of your throat. I think you're gonna have to keep pumping it in their keep pumping in there and this is what got me. You're gonna think it's us that's for me. It's not it's not. It's temporarily for us exactly. There's nothing infected now and you might have trouble swallowing might have trouble breathing thinking But don't worry all that stuff just kind of goes out the window once. Like sweet sweet. Peppermint flavor is twenty four seven. Crank is kind enough to do the math for us in the space suggestions are gathered from Your listener emails or are lovely patriot. Vip's become patrons support show and enjoy exclusive content like video. What's happening right the fuck now just head. On over the patriot dot com slash alchemy. Speaking of which there is now a podcast called me that we have. It's not just didn't yeah. it's not. It's no longer unread anymore. Or just it's full-blown these. I listened to the first episode. And i gotta be honest. Helpful implies. didn't know. Certain things about myself that i now know and i would recommend that for each and every damn one of you. I'm good and also i think it's comprised of just maniacs so there's literally nothing we can do to shut it down so let's make it a positive thing if you'd like to submit a scene all time email. Please write to the podcast at your name here. Documents dot com. That's your name here at Not seen one comes from luca who wrote and yes this was pulled for today's cast joey and caroline play a couple of genie's playing a complicated and elaborate game of scissors. Paper rock. yeah. I don't think how it's described. Thanks luca you.
"k. caroline" Discussed on Bad On Paper
"Hi everyone. Welcome back to on paper podcast. I'm grace atwood. And i'm becca freeman. And today. we have a great guest. We're talking to caroline moss from g. Thanks just bought it about holiday gift shopping. Yes and i'm excited to get some tips. Because i'm i'm very hit and miss gift giver. I feel like i'm excited. It's going to be it's gonna be a fun interview But before we get into it how are you. i'm good. I'm really good actually have a new president. I know that's part of why i feel really good. I feel very relieved in a way that i did not necessarily expect to. I felt like once the election results came through. I felt like a weight. I didn't realize sitting on my shoulders was lifted. yeah i didn't obviously. I knew that i would be happy. But i didn't think that i would feel like physically relieved and i do. Yeah i to me about a week. After we got the results to really feel the relief. I don't know i just was like so nervous. The day that they announced it. I was just like trump's gonna do something bad and he sure did but i think i feel really of now. Yeah yeah. I'm also feeling like i'm getting into the christmas spirit early. Christmas is my favorite holiday theory. Time of year well. That's actually not true. Because i like summer i don't like cold weather. Are you getting a tree victory. okay. I haven't put it up yet. I'm gonna put it up this weekend because i want it to be up for thanksgiving okay but i thought about putting it up earlier but i decided not to okay but i have been watching a lot of holiday movies if in reading holiday books i've been burning my holiday handle so i'm just feeling very like cheery. Yeah i ordered a bunch of frazier for our candles for my little charleston cottage and make it smell like a christmas tree. Because i don't think. I'm going to get a tree at the until i haven't ordered any new krista schedules stolen from you but yeah i have to do is to get some christmas candles. Yeah so those are. Those are my highs. What's your well. This is the president. That's a high on friday. I played hooky in the afternoon. When i finish work at like three and i just i went into the city and wandered around like rock center and like up and down fifth avenue. There were like no other windows are really set up like the cartier store is all set up like a jewel box. It looks like a big and it was fun to just kind of wander. And then i went to the moma and i hadn't been to a museum in since february. Maybe i know. I feel like i so infrequently going to the city and when i do i have a very tight agenda like i haven't gone in just wondered was literally as ice traditional under And then this week. I just have like a lot of social plans because i am leaving on sunday morning to go to charleston for six weeks while. I'm glad i got my calendar by an glad that i got to see you and were recording the podcasts at this week literally every day this week so i get a lot of you. I'm in denial. Yeah it's weird. I'm ins niles. Who what's your low. My lowest is just that it's a little stressful to leave for six weeks. Like just figuring of your stuff. I love all my stuff. Like i just like. I don't like to be apart from my books. My art and my thing. So how are you doing this. Are you bringing two suitcases. I'm taking too big suitcases. And then remailing stuff. No but i- amazon like all tyrian stuff like a litter box and food and a yoga mat for me and like some candles and just like some things. I knew i would want and i had those on my mom's attention in charleston and she's gonna put them in the apartment before she's going to get the company gift for the codes the apartments. She's gonna put it all in there before. I get there because we're trying to figure out how to even see each other because we want to be safe so we're mature like what our plan is but i'm taking too big suitcases. Plus tyrians carrier plus my little carry on bag some mostly just packing like my clothes and my beauty products and things like i realize i was like i need my alexa. I can't have six weeks without alexa. What we. I use the speaker to play music all day. I get the news from her like. I'm pretty codependent on alexa. Okay us weird is that didn't turn her on. No it doesn't she likes to to introduce yourself during the podcast. So i have a list of random things i need to remember. My bala bengals. Like i don't want to work out with weights for them. That would make sense. Just like random stuff that i know. I'm gonna forget okay so it's just like it's a lot and also like my shoes. Well that i mean packing for six weeks is a lot. Yeah so our don't know. Maybe i'll just shop a lot way. I'm gone. there just would be so reckless. Just like be at hampton every day. Oh my god. I can't go in that store. Hamson clothing are stacy's boutique and she has the most incredible i if you're ever in charleston when things are back open again but it's so expensive i like i can't go there so good i mean you can can. I shouldn't. There's also like a gap in an anthropology in a j. crew. So yeah unless beyond do most of my shopping online anyway. True but i i want to be organized and like maybe. I'll live off a capsule wardrobe. I'm very excited to see how much stuff you have to ship back. Because you've amazon bought stuff while you're there. Yeah what's your low. i don't really have one. I'm i'm feeling pretty good. Good all right. let's do it. Let's get into this interview with caroline and talk all about gifts so we are so excited we have caroline moss with us today and she is the co author of hey ladies with michelle markowitz and the author of several children's books she's also the host of gee thanks just bought it a podcast. Where carolina and guests like alan hildebrand samantha irby czar rahim and more talk about their favourite purchases and products. Welcome caroline where so excited to have you only gosh..
"k. caroline" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Welcome. TO TEEN CREEPS THE PODCAST that discusses why a pulp fiction I'm one of your host Lindsay. K. Die I'm another one of your house Kelly nugent and today. We are talking about caroline be Kunis Night School and the assignment is terror. Doesn't lie no dozen lives quite literally the assignment. Yeah. So. Okay, I wanna read the back of the yards of where we get to lost in the weeds on because this is a very like amorphous book. Okay. Mariah not sure why she signed up for the mysterious night class. The notice on the board gives no clue as to the subject but something composer to add her name to the list only three other people have signed up. So it's a very select class, but then the subject requires special skill and attention for they are all learning the art of fear and their teacher demands results, but there's no easy way to make the grade in terror. I mean, okay. I'm fascinated because cheers the back of the book for the. Like truly just like scanned. Okay. Copy and open library. Okay I. Didn't make. It so confusing. All right. So the second log line, there are no graduates from this school ever the announcement hangs in the center of the huge bulletin board at school the printing creeps and drapes down the page and seems to Mariah to glow with fingerprints evil crested worlds of dark plans and sick thoughts. Night Class. The announcement reads if she'd known what the class would be like she would never have signed up because it is a class like no other a class teaches terror mariah wishes she could escape, but it's too late but class is closed and Mariah is trapped forever. Okay I mean this is not the mood of the of the story at all it now. And I like. It. It really is like that is how the classes introduced like she looks at it and there's like dripping taxed. Scares the shit out of her and I was like I don't even understand with his. Loan like what's going on? I. Let me see if I can find that section real quick before we get into. I guess that's just the direct quote before we get into talking about it further. So. Andrew Todd pointed to a single piece of paper carefully centered on the huge bulletin board as if somebody had gone to the trouble of measuring right down to the quarter inch, the announcement was in black icicle hung printing from some strange computer fund crept and stripped down the page. It was an eerie creepy announcement and seemed to Mariah's is to glow with fingerprints evil crested worlds of plans and sick thoughts night class. Night Class said Andrew and it seemed to Mariah that his voice turned tonight. Also there's voice grew dark and shadowy lick the letters on the board. Like I don't know I truly don't know what this now to her I know is it written in like Halloween Font and she's like Halloween for us. Yeah. It's like written like creeper or whatever don't understand the glowing with fingerprints and then she looked back at it and it seems totally normal. Yeah, there's a lot in this book that. Seems to defy all physics and reality. Yes and Mariah's like Weird. They're all like I don't like you said, it seems to defy physics and. And is never described enough to where I have any. What things look Nice. Fully what is going on and yeah, I like Kuni also wrote. The fog. Yes. Trilogy and we only read fog with. Jalen this. Yeah and We were also very confused by what was going on that it was just like sucking the spirit out of yeah. And we were like how and what, and what that guy in all Brown. Alan. Zoo Yes, and it never explains and so. She's clearly. Caroline B Cooney. She's concerned. With the state of Teenage Life Right. She's concerned that their spirits are being drained and she's concerned about bullying. She's concerned about bullying. She's not concerned about details. No, and she's not concerned about the connection between horror and bullying. I in the end I mike. I, know what you're going for one hundred percent That's clear. Enough I just don't understand how you think this gets it that because it is just so fucking vague. Like, okay. So also. I I. Get this. She wanted to make. Mariah. Lake relatable. Yes. Because Mariah's got this lake really intense crush, but it's not just a crush. She is like an intense inter. Inner fantasy world which in which like she's literally talking to and imagining that Andrew She's fully scripting relation. Yes. Andrew, and a relationship with. The. Girl. Group. Oh I love how that was phrased. Actually I really liked the stuff about Mariah's fantasy world. Felt that way. Here's the thing. This book was crazy and I never knew what was happening, but I did really like it. Yeah I really liked it too I. Just Yeah. I might critique is that it was just like so vague what was going on or who that teacher was, but my God, the classroom scenes were Hilarious I. was like they stopped into to avoid space. Yeah. They step into this void space and their teacher is like the fucking. WHO's the monster at the end of Candy? Land. The One thing I've seen that. Okay. No, no no. Not The Middle Board game. Yeah. He's got man. Katie Candy Glueck some Luke loop, right, glue ear candy maybe just. Let me see no way candy, land? Yeah I think loopy gloppy gloppy. Okay. So the teachers fucking gloppy. Andy when Kenya was fine. Wait on this where we talking about on was on this show that we were talking about the different hotness of the different Oh we were. Yeah. Can't people yeah and then they've since changed it and I'm like, no, go back to. Classic ideas of female beauty. Pleased because that's what I was race starting at. All did this to me so I also like that like Lord liquorice definitely seemed like he was like into some like dub con stuff flake. Okay. So gloppy teachers like gloppy literally like is like. A figure that she cannot understand or comprehend, and like speaks Pathak too them. They leave their bodies they become shadows they but then they're also not shadows because they can touch things. And they have to and I loved the use the like four no reason use of acronym of being like you need to find. Easily terrified or what were they I? The first what is unique to choose an SC but like the word choice is part of the acronym. Yeah. You need to choose a schedule shoes a skirt choice the ATM. Machine yes exactly. And they're all like Oh my God. My Marine One whereas I would be like, why are we calling it? Billy. Why are we calling it that and also? I don't know it seems like if I don't, she's it. Everything's fine. What are you GonNa do to me like with Mariah? It's I'm GONNA reveal your crushes and you WanNa be friends with autumn and I know if I'm being faced with a choice, a body listening demon man in black void where all of a sudden I can read thoughts. I think I'll just go for the reveal of my crush and that I wanna be friends with a person. Yeah. Yeah. I mean I guess the extent of her crush is creepy like I'm just imagining like someone being like I have Oh Wow thank you be like no you don't understand like you are with me at all times. We have conversations we have. Fights we get back together we like to all. You've died in a car accident. Yes. Yes. I was thinking of our remembering me episode where you said that you imagine going to your crushes..
"k. caroline" Discussed on Noble Blood
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"k. caroline" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Seats are held owns the cool air hits your backside there almost feels wet little disconcerting but you know it was a day job you took right you're not gonna yeah by two cars to go on and on coming lane totally sucks it's not again and well this guy's really desperate yes but I and we don't know how many victims are down but this person here definitely does not want to get caught so we'll just have to hope for the best it's already blown how many traffic lights and stop signs yeah it's just amazing what there was a questioning what if somebody was going there you know the wrong time to the wrong place I mean which we've seen we have seen many times before and it's just you know see the unknowns and not knowing and like you said the fact that this man is really falling into an eighty on services eighty five watch them just you know flying there is there is a error in the city of this is going down the street joining us here on K. Caroline is in he's going to and I feel getting close to go I feel I can and when it's going to end please welcome in the city or window and turned around back into trying and I can not to an intersection and I have a green light we've watched so many change right now all we slow down and they do the same thing I I do exact same thing you want to get the green light I always look a couple times while the office has been really lucky he's been hit these intersections and most of them have been her long black here do this though you're trying to make a light so you can power up to like fifty or sixty and then as you hit the intersection you slow down the case is a cop yeah I need you know we may I. receiving I forgot his knees are here and I know other I have done this or just visiting there's multiple suspects in that your brain certainly our channel line up will continue wanted to break it into law on channel line hello guys we grew the beautiful town of one live.
"k. caroline" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"I'm telling you. There's no package. While, they say they. Will host just. Just take responsibility. It's not hard. It isn't is it but yeah, that's sorry. Coach at right I'm going to Dan quote. Someone else from the our world bt. Weld v Dallas too soon. You might know this one. The only place where West success comes before work is in the dictionary dictionary yet. Very. Very true, and that's why this whole accounts. These things like talent. Anything like that were to competition to win. it. Just content and like you know when you watch someone like Dave Grohl. Mutual appreciation for. Dave, Grohl when he talks about things like America's got talent and stuff. And why he didn't want. To use his sons. It. Gives people the impression that the successes. Ivan is back to that. You know the success. How long did take tour book about thirty five years? He said kids who want to be famous should be in a in a parent's garage, getting screened of making too much noise, playing drums and sounding like shit for five years before they get their first Gig when they go to that Gig, they need to, either carry their equipment themselves or put it in someone's transit van. Going on TV and singing for sixteen weeks. Whatever is just a stolen make. It's not horrible. Idea of you just haven't had your moment so in a public platform. You get your moment to sing. But the lifezette it well, not the only person I'm slightly obsessed with Harry styles journey to becoming an absolutely glorious musician. Yeah, but you must've always had it. must've always headed. So it's kind of, but you know I was that when we were high podcast Gigs Perry. Was At selene domes mean Bruce. And she was next to his, and she and moment between waiting for slain and stuff she among the saying how Osiev wanted to do was be a singer all she did from the minute she would get home from school and Unbel- her a karaoke machine, then people sound system, and they would set it up in the kitchen and from the miniature. Go home from school. She would practice practice all day. Singing her favorite people's homes whether selene or Maria Oche ever wanted to be a singer. And I think she's as the the best thing though makes. Also, I love this guy on Youtube. Who tristen of his name in parades, something and he's a vocal coach, really really really good vocal coach and he goes through clips of people. Is when he did the Perry from nickel makes one he was like the this woman is flawless. Have Voice is incredible and he was. One of my favorite videos to reward because vocals are in this name I say next to be selling Celine Dion for me. It was wonderful. She didn't realize she was giving us a little audience, but we have seen an Perry and of course Matrix, which is the clip up of us by trying to big like not sounded like cats being skinned alive. Very instigating. It was a wonderful clip. Right? I think I'm going to see if there's anymore because like. I said some were getting. Should we go to Thomas Edison for final one? I never did anything with doing by accident, nor did any of my inventions come indirectly through accident except the phonograph. No when I have fully decided that a result is worth getting I. go about it and make trial off the trial into the comes. Yeah I mean must be I mean if you've pulled up across something by accident. I didn't know if that happens, does it? You think about innovation and making things and. Even people ever discovered singing again like that woman who was discovered singing in the ended up on Ellen, but she'd been a pop singer for like twenty years. As. She just happened to be in the. When that guy wanted to sing. It's not like she suddenly sub because nobody can sing them and put microphone interface. But Yeah I. Think it's practice repetition admitting when you're wrong. You know not letting people will call I've known your worth. I mean essentially. That's what they're all kinds of saying. In varying degrees in varying different ways. Joy It's a shame. There's not enough women in it if you think of like emily vice when she talks about the glossy story, and she talks about how she took her idea picture idea to eleven or twelve heart member level, twelve investment banks or investment firms. And Eleven said no one said yes, and it was the only woman. Eleven notable. The people who turned down the Beatles sucks to be you. Really does just like the the person who sold the what could go see? I could be a woman. Fascinating isn't hopefully next time we do a fifty x about success, it'll be forty-eight women and men. To find some Eleanor Roosevelt. Go quite a few good ones. Yeah! I probably didn't do I was GONNA. Throw in a trump, and not that'd be mean what just to testee. Grabbing by the Pussy. Thanks for that. Thanks for that Donald. Contribution to the boat while I couldn't bring myself to. I couldn't bring myself to do it because it's going. It's going to be on funny. So I just go on his way. Yeah but there we go sorry. Yes those are the ends of the quotes is Caroline highlands breakdown of success success breakdown I. Don't know we want to call it. Something like that Jimmy Fragrant. You know when you do these like intros. He punk costs the way twenty dollars worth Jimmy. Don't apologize for me. Why would I not done do it? But every podcast done racing. People said are just mentioned. You might now well apologized because there is some language or now you're not East Carolina. There is some interesting. Why would you invite fucking podcast? Is You're GonNa have to apologize me. Jeremy like that wheel. Again all you're doing is reinforcing the fact that I'm supposed to be outspoken. I'm outspoken and go be, but you're apologizing for me before we even get started. Main I know you wouldn't do, but you know what I mean. It's one thing to say. There's a language warning. It's another thing to almost excuse my behavior so a list I've listened maliciously the. Shit list you. Didn't blame. Shitless was really nice, showed it to in recalled. East Yep I've seen it exists Israel. Zena. After compensation. What was I? GonNa! Say About yeah I'm not gonNA apologize for you. And we are not one of the reasons why. I wanted to do the podcast in the way that we have done it today talking about success because for me. Somebody might be three web, but now considered you a mate Yup, you bet. beat you up. From pumped up in the spice, cubbage. I'm a friend. I I find it. It's not just about you being outspoken. I feel like you've bill an incredible business. You have a lot of people's that halt. You give really good advice. Yes, you are emotionally. Speak your mind, but that's not the biggest allowed Asto best thing about you that you've created it incredible business. You'll really supportive. You're incredibly loyalty or friends. You stand up for the underdog. You elevate people when you get an opportunity and there are so many people you have huge platforms. You don't enervate people. And just elevate themselves and so I think all of those things need to be admired and the fact that you. Go in one of your runs is not the most interesting thing about.
"k. caroline" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Full of people thought. I am going at midnight midnight, customer. Any spends like a really lucky with your salt and pepper hair. Might the fact that you said that is already making me wish the appointment was due now. Oh I honestly LAS passing to cut my hair Nicholas hardware word. Carnival. Seven! Credible the I just thought. How long I have to wait. I am. She I didn't go through months and months and years and years and years trying to find the right color. Right Hairdresser. To then butcher myself with La home pack. No, thank you. Nice right, so we decided to have a chat because you've got the book coming out. But because the book is coming out the last thing we need to do is a fire load of skincare question. Please, don't. Say That was love to my readers, but you know you can do better than that. AM come on. No. I know so I also know that the other thing that people have almost like. Put you on a pedestal about go. She's allowed one. She's really outspoken and she doesn't mind since speaking her opinion, and but it's true but I. Think what I would like to unpick about. That isn't about having the confidence to be outspoken. I think the reason why you speak your mind or you are opinionated is because you know your shit. I know that on the opponent. A new. You say that that grandmum. because. Yes because I just feel like you can be. There are lots of people making a lot of noise on social media and talking absolute total, and they haven't done their research and I think the thing that is inspiring about you and also somewhat dangerous is the fact that if someone comes few you come back with the facts, and as they say as the kids stay with the receipts so. I'm interested really. I think to know. About what you got your information how you got the information then once you've done that. Where does the connection come way you go? I will speak with passionate about this. Do you know what I mean? Well in skincare just fact. science. The podcast was. Like a live forum. Thing that we do now zoom in these days. I don't know what that. May. Meetings, yes, a town hall meeting on Zane, but it was with. Dr Angelelli. and. WHO said? People forget that skincare science. So, it's really easy to come by with facts, and it's not my job to drag people into the truth. You know they want to stay there and say that Aluminium's GonNa. Give you can't so and lipsticks contain lead. Let them show into an echo chamber I kind of like whatever. So, if it's if it's if I know I'm speaking science and facts, then on very sort of almost flatlined about it, I get rage as we know when I see people doing it with feel like they step across the line from opting product into trying to scare people to buy their product. That gives new age. So Lazy. As your product that Shit that you have to terrify people into buying it. So yeah. It's like it's like sales culture. It's like jewels. This morning's put out that video about diet ads in this is praying on your fear. This is praying on your weakness in your insecurities. Ignore it and so so hard now you did something at the beginning of lockdown which I thought was absolutely amazing to the point where. It was actually so bringing me to tears, which is and I'll get the back story to fit for listeners. Our roles in the beauty industry and especially mind back in the magazines. Is that the way I meet? Beauty Products is usually at a five-star hotel. And then proactive presented to me by either the person who created it or somebody very high up in the business, and then send away with that product wrapped in tissue paper. And that's a very. Lovely place in which to exist in the beauty industry, and at the beginning of lockdown sales staff here on the floor were not being sent home. And you went online and you went on your stories and you said get our people in. Keep them safe, and it really really appreciated it because they are just as important. Their role is just as important as my role. If anything I am part of the COQ that's creating the machine that's creating the demaim that means that they have to stay on the shop floor festival. So grateful that you did that fought. Let's face it. Some. Companies might be upset with you about doing that Shit I know. Why don't you give a shit? because. It's more important that people nine disappointed in the people give a shit about them. I don't give a shit about Richard Branson and the owner of next who by the way flew home free to the UK? Because obviously, the old tax flew to the UK from New York to vote for the Tories cuts, and then again the same day, so he can also fuck off. So I'm I'm totally. I was just enraged, because of course once that they're the unspoken people throwing the shop floor, the lowest of the low to the men in the white suits at the board you. They don't care. They just don't care and I've been one of those girls and my friends are still amboise and my friends are still. On the shelf full and people were messaging the going like especially in places like boots that moving me from number seven and Liz L. to pharmacy. And I don't have any P. So the removing people to the pharmacy with no training, just to be a body, because technically they are being paid, are moving into the pharmacy, not giving them face masks and I was just enraged. It just enraged me so yeah. And the other thing I've noticed is that you've previously about maybe having feelings of not belonging whether that's in this industry, and then you talk about coming back to school. When you seven-or-eight yet, we will not from Mississippi. And feeling displaced. Yeah! You didn't belong and I think we can all we own. It feels like we'll have some experience like that, but what I. Really Notice with you and I thought not school experience. You don't want anybody to feel as though they don't belong over they not that they are valued so with your platform you. with, your big white dove wings for everybody up to. Back, is that something? Do you worry about the people who get left behind? How do you see see everyone? Make sure that everyone is represented because it does feel like you'll very democratic in that way. Just. A just don't believe that someone is better than me..
"k. caroline" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Business, know how what just good old-fashioned life advice in a bit of a laugh. It's all hey, welcome to the show. My guest on this episode of the Focus, and I have a feeling that some of you are going to be very excited about how return it is businesswoman, skincare, expert and my mate Caroline Hiri-. Yes, she is back and boy. What a Ninety Minute Extravaganza! This is few now. If you're expecting those skin-care care, advice, I'm sorry you're not going to get much. We talk about her new book skincare, which is wonderful, and is the ultimate, no nonsense guy to skincare, but all of her expertise had been funneled into that book, so the link obviously for that will be in the show notes. We could talk about how she presents on social media. The things that she's passionate about, and that would have made a really nice podcast, but I wanted to really focus in on something with caroline that I've really got to understand and appreciate about her. In in our relationship is friends, and it's the fact that she's an incredibly shrewd, clever business businesswoman, and the the work that's going into that essentially because you don't get to call the shots in the boardroom or The corporate machine and less, you've done a lot of groundwork. You've. Done a lot of heavy lifting, and you know what you're talking about. And so that's what I really wanted to unpick with Carolina in this episode, and so the way that we did that was actually I printed off a load of very very famous quotes about business and got caroline to weigh in based on what she thinks, so. We talk a lot about life about how to. To know your self worth how to thrive in business how to deal with failure how to navigate success, and honestly her insights always so inspiring ingenious to me, so I'm very grateful that she shared them here. There's also a little bit of chat about crystals. I'm sure those of you who are fans? Caroline's can imagine how that when this also of retrograde right at the start that. Wakes the beast I'm just going to say that, and it's all really wonderful. And it was just such a joy to chapter, and I'm really grateful that she came back on the show because she is always as you know, good good valley the links to caroline her new book. which might will be near when you're listening to this? If you're listening to this after publication, book is well worth your time. All of those links and to her social media and her blog will be in the show notes but I'm not going to link on a long injury for this one because I know that you just want to get straight to Carolina. Here's years making a very very welcome pretend to the PLO cost. Caroline higher ends on the gun show. This is the greatest Poe cost of all ready. Just because we've been singing. Stevie Nicks each other. How carradine raging was new. Raging accent. Maybe? It's something about deny. Some some united pessina looks at stalls with sites much. We record retrograde or something like that but I. Do you know what I think is? Dot can't evening that shaped? Holes. Maybe you need to go recharge your crystals caroline. Please dental recharging Christie's. Can tell you what I'd like to change some of them. I have triggered the based. So you article on me, Agitated side yeah in a week when actually you should be feeling really joyous and wonderful because. There's a little book called skincare. That's coming out. What's not according to Amazon? Well this is the issue, right? then. Once you'll break them again. In more ways than one hopefully. How does it feel now to be a published author and to know that your mates and your lovely followers freaks including me have your book. Right. Like a don't. I'm already onto the next thing. Yeah, already onto the next thing and I never. It'll be the only Bakar buoyed. So, it's when. Did it my readers, but what I don't like is. Everything that comes with it and everything isn't in my control. Because control-freak, we know this. And, there's so much involved in writing a book that is just within your control. That's the hard part. You know if shipping books and people had preloaded thousands. That wouldn't be an issue. Today I know that to be true I. Can't believe are tightly so on the state of things I know in the middle of a pandemic, but we put it back two months because of the pandemic, but coming out of that port now you. Say I'm still a bit like? Okay fine. Just it's a of work, because even when you live at the book, it's still a lot of work. People think you you write a book and not it. And that's just the beginning of it. You write the book. Deliver have to go through four thousand edits. Quite that many I am exaggerate. And and then it's the promotion. And so it's it's a lot of work you know. My mom cried when she sold AIDS corruption. So that's that's nice. That's fine. That destroyed yesterday. Didn't it well because? Christ is because she seen Nano. And then I think of my Nana, and then we abide quad gathering the knife to go. Rhino works to your knowing me now. Can you stop? She's. I saw. A case just. Say A name I know, so we're still. It's it's a six is it wasn't January was still by wrecked when we joined tool. So. That's what it was really amongst thrilled. SESS fine. Yes I. I tip my hat. To actual alters author I'm a blogger the book. I'm the Ranka I. AM happy as blogger who wrote a book and was in the privileged position of being. You know being honest reliable. But if people do this for fun like people want to be, an also-ran goes through this process. What my go down, give birth again. Do you feel that you just WanNa go to L. A. and just hold Lindsey and just comfort. He has written sixty best. I don't know how she did it. I would be whitehead. Whitehead and I mean and probably in jail. Speaking of which hairdressers ripening soon I am delighted by this news. I'm booked.
"k. caroline" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Have you ever bought an original piece of art. Josh yes well. There are a lot of artists looking for buyers and this hasn't changed over time caroline. Molly knows a lot about art artist. What and how they paint? Well come back thanks JEN now Karen. You've got Ralph or Trid. He's your artist artist. So when if you sit this book it's set in the military campaign eighty nine when the British went to Spain Spain and Portugal to help them tron remove Napoleon from that country. We start the book in London. That's where Ralph lives this. Of course no decent recent water Saturday constantly drinking wine porter and AOL. He has an easy manner which helps him with the type of art that he does. So what does he paint his portrait painter own. When he was at the Royal Academy a place that he had to leave due to a disagreement about the payment of fees MHM? He decided to take up portrait painting because it was a huge demand for it and he thought he could make a living at it. Look he's really really not very good at balancing his debts he and of course he is in quite a bit of debt with the gallery all wherever he buys his paints from his clothing makers and there is Lucinda the lovely Lucinda his beautiful mistress with whom he's been deeply clean love and about to propose to this last five years but he can't afford it sorry he's offered a commission acquired substantial commission commission. By whom well by the Horse Guards which is one of those any metric expressions essentially by the army and end. The commission is to paint a lot of generals and that's partly because the generals had a tendency to sort of not necessarily come back from campaign. This is why the book is called artist on campaign so you mentioned in which wall his after but in the acknowledgement you thank the offices and gentlemen of the Napoleon series There are a lovely bunch of people there are of course. Enormous number of enthusiasts pat. The Napoleonic wars internationally and the Napoleon series is the oldest longest running Internet forum and it publishes articles and so on Original documents source documents. There's little people on it to rum. Retired or serving army officers history. Teachers does the terrific bench. I learned an enormous amount from them. Anything that you ever want to know because this is what's happened in the English army. You're over in Portugal to chase the French out of Portugal and out of Spain and it causes Napoleon's of their aft. So we what what I found was the richness in your knowledge of all of these little battles were going on all through those stages artists. Ralph was given a list of generals from the war office and he was told to paint them in order. Yes seniority was how you advanced and Adjourn Rules Day. had a very pronounced sense of honor and of their status and so on and and did get I've been known to resign over a slight ch like being passed over for a plum job. Yes ask well. What I didn't realize very much was that you could buy your way into the army up to a certain level? Yes that was the normal method. The time is called purchasing a commission and It didn't actually seem to work any worse than anything else because us. Yes you you bought. It was something with the younger sons of the gentry. The aristocracy and so on They you bought your buy them a commission in the army army and in pasttime it it gives them something to do. It gave them a job guys no position in society especially got them out of the House and those who were no Goud you'd tended to get passed over a beer to all move sideways into some way with. I couldn't do any harm. Well in London he was. He was also a painting the portrait of Captain Jackson and he got on very well with Captain Jackson and and captain jenks Jackson was with the tillery. He was a well organized fighting man who expected promotion but the promotion of go onto Captain Hammond who was very charming very handsome but without leadership qualities. And there's a rivalry avary that goes on with these story three right through the book. Ralph had a limited time to paint the generals and sometimes there was. There was time when the army moved on but they didn't go anywhere fast. If he can briefly tell us how now an army moves well of course it was a bit like the weakest link in the chain. The army could only move at the pace of the slowest part of it. which was the ox carts carrying the dragging their impediment with them? Because the army took its house with it when it moved not just people galloping about on horses and so on and the cavalry and so on those were the Royal Horse Artillery Korea which kept in Jackson is an ornament and but there was also paymasters the engineers the sappers. And of course a nam-yong Tom Young campaign at that time also had as think modern mentioned somewhere the camp followers the women who are enamored of if a particular soldier a nurse million of the army as well as the the official wives their children their servants the boys who cut the grass for the mules and their dependence. It just went on and on and on and so they they attend Mile March. Yes yes was probably a match but the generals were not cain to make time to do a sitting for Ralph so he had to use his charm and inside influence Lawrence and this charm is also used on some of the local ladies and at term of the time comes up a night with Venus Venus a lifetime with mercury. What's that that is about authority expression of the period? Well of course a beautiful young woman was Venus. It's been well classically educated. At least to some degree. The treatment for syphilis at the time was the mercury treatment which sure since discovered didn't actually cure it and it was very traumatic so that was a joke of the time. Yes Ralph is constantly short of money as well all All of those in the army everything was provided food and accommodation would if he can call a ban accommodation accepting salary. And this was really something that happened at this time with the wages the money well absolutely because among the people in that enormous train following the army round was the paymasters department with its heavily-guarded chests of specie or actual coinage because the Portuguese and some would not accept paper money in other words bills on the banks so they had to take this money to other places to to to changes back into coinage so to pay Komo mental and that was true absolutely absolutely true. The paymaster Kerry cherished of money around on John. Moore's retreat to Khurana. When things things got very very bad I had to throw the Spanish silver dollars over the cliff so the French show a following them? Didn't get them well to get money. Jackson and Rowe organized organized. The Grand Royal Hoarser tillery writes with rival. Captain Hammond having the best horse. What one of the reasons they also needed money money was to buy the personal possessions of Army Friends Killed in action and this was probably true? Took yes after every battle Well a lot of your friends and associates would have been killed the regiment or they company would hold an option of their effects. Fix and then I would send money back to the wives dependence family and so forth it was yes sad but yes well look. We're talking about sad but there's a lot of humor in this because Ralph had many adventures some through his own stupidity. He was taken prisoner by the French at one stage and jailed with a tourist and the tattooists said all arm okay. They're not going to do anything to me. which really surprised estimate well as she said? I think to to Ralph Monograph. You may shoot me. No they cannot spare me. I'm the regimental tattooist due to its French. French soldiers unlike the English had earrings will earrings which at that time was in much more ordinary and they also had regimental tattoos and of the regimental crest or whatever rather like the way it used to the sailors having tattoos yes so since he was the regimental tattooist. Oh tattooing toying lead suspect to the artwork and what I really loved was the artistic description of the portraits matching the personalities of the Generals Ralph's ideas of the placement of this being God work he was going to paint doesn't exist only in my imagination. Afraid eight although there are works along those lines of course the big group portrait and there is a group portrait. I think of Willington conferring with his generals so that type of thing was very much the official portrait. which is something? We don't have much these days that that portrait painting may not be true but his desire to get paintings back to. Mrs Humphry now you. You said that she's Queen of London's print Saleh's patroness of the arts. It was like the illustrated news of the time and that is true she existed. Oh absolutely humphry was the doyen. She had a relationship with one of the other one of the great caricaturists of the age. Gil Ray who was a lodger in the house us and so when Ralph goes to see his prints Rearranges them so they're in front of Gil Ray so that attract the attention inch not buyer but yes engravings of popular subjects were enormously popular and it was a way that people could Have an image of well before photographic reproduction like we can get a poster of Monet's water lilies well. I thoroughly enjoyed this this introduction back again into the art of the Joji and time as Caroline's last book competition was so we have artist on compaign. How would a dense chew? But charming and talented artist cope with Patriot. Painting portraits in a war situation Caroline Arlen Miley has written with knowledge and Huma in artist Dan campaign that's fascinating terms of the images in the in the period rid in which the history is set and the images chosen to represent that because some of what I'm looking at looks another representational images to represent a particular time. Speaking of which the time is nineteen fifty six. The is the historical stargell period. I'm looking at and it was the year. Melbourne hosted the Olympics. But just how significant was that year in shaping Melbourne and for that matter Australia now nick. Richardson Explores that concept in his work. Appropriately entitled Nineteen Fifty six excite. Nick welcome back to three. Thanks very much for having me back. It's a pleasure now. Look this notion of the Olympics is in many ways a conceit because because what surrounds that moment in time speaks to Australia's development and place in the world so what night you choose nine hundred fifty six. It's an interesting thing isn't it because there there is this hardy view that the nineteen fifties in particular this kind of sleepy decade especially in Australia with Prime Prime Minister Robert Menzies presiding over us as we all kind of walk with allies half-closed into the dazzling lot of the nine hundred sixty S. Well and in fact Paul Keating the former prime minister say you know it was a decade that we suffered from a near lethal dose of fogies them so there for instantly instantly for me. It was something like wasn't exactly like that was something else going on here that we might have missed and so I started to peel back some liars and sure enough fifty six which had kind of been given a kind of a sense of benchmark because of the Olympics but also the arrive live TV suddenly once. I started. Go deeper than that. There were all these other things that seemed to rush out of the bottle. We're going to look at some of those other things. I mean just the way you described Melbourne at at that time Australia. A closer look revealed a city aspiring to be cosmopolitan but not quite reaching them. A feeling of dryness futility the loan leanness provided us all right. The future was never more blurred kind of barrier between us and the world of Australia strange hostile world whereas was future proved we were the underdogs so it really was a back in the fifty years it was. It was a sense that we weren't quite sure where we were. Uh we didn't have a great sense of the rest of the world and bear in mind. There was still this great vulnerability and Pine and trauma that it had been the carry over from the end of World War Two so there was. There was a desire for something new but perhaps not the realization of had to achieve that. Well I want to start in much unusual place really given them a momentous events that were occurring around that something a little more domestic right. Lola summer of the Seventeenth Dolon we can move onto salinger's catcher in the Rye the significance of the dull. Come well the dull was extraordinarily significant and the reason why is literal and metaphorical sense. It was apply the Australia discovered its voice and I think that the classic instance of this is up until that time a lot of Australian stage work was inhabited bye-bye people who adopted English accents and indeed. The kind of the theatrical Canon was very much derived from the UK tradition. Not only was it. Shakespeare Pity but we had visitors like a simple phone. Ralph Richardson Laurence Olivier. who were coming over to perform what marked the dull apart was.
"k. caroline" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Goes up on a ledge and she's dancing with the caveman. Okay so here all read it. Okay thank you. So it says uh-huh she's she realized he wants to kiss thought Nicoletta he is going to drive me. Down throws road to park at the end of the lane where Jeff throws stone will see us. What if the stone tells? Oh my God i I know they talk. I don't want to find out about Christo. How she wanted her to see her in this Coun- for she was beautiful? She had been the princess of every girl's dream at that dance. She had been his lovely as if spun from gold. Delicate is lace as perfect love. Oh Oh i. I heard that for funny. She saw herself in the snowy night. Floating down the path her long gown flowing behind her her golden hair glittering with diamonds of snow. She saw herself untouched cold or by fear dancing through the dark like a princess in a fairy tale to find her prints and then driving with with his left hand. Christopher touched her bare shoulder with his right he was hot and dry burned by the fever of wanting Nicoletta wanting Nicoletta she thought not only of JETHRO and of Jeff throws hand also like she's like literally dancing and pure wedding a slowdown. The Not yet. This is all the Karston Karston. Yeah oh no. He's still wanting her in the car he hasn't seen her get out and be so crazy and like so random. Oh yeah here it is okay so this is the moment where where it goes off the rails and things are crazy and so she's kissing him and he's so he felt evaporated paraded and diffuse she felt sleazy into publicis. Have I done thought Nicoletta. What if I let happen? How am I going to get out of this good night? Christo she said courteously and thank you. I had a lovely time. She put her hand on the door. Handle Christo stared at her. Mickey were in the woods. Not your driveway on my God but she was out out of the van standing in her fragile silver dancing slippers on the crest of the snow. She knew she would not breakthrough. She would not get snow in these shoes. She touched the Ruby Necklace. The moon came out from behind the snow Laden clouds and rested on her face in her throat. The Ruby and the red rose of her cheeks were the only heat in the forest like a silver silver creature of the woods. She found the path swirling and laughing to herself. Nikki said Greece does. He was out of the van. He was following her. He could not stay on the surface. The crusted snow as she could is big feet and strong legs slog to where she danced. You don't even have a coat. He cried then. Public Blah Blah Blah Blah Woah. Don't do this Nikki Nikki. What are you doing? She was in a dance choreographed by an unknown moonlit hand she had a partner unseen unknown and the only thing was to keep up to stay with the rhythm her skirts making scallop shells around her bare stocking legs. Her feet barely touching the white snow her hands and synchrony Arnie touching holding waving. He could see her her gown luminous stars her hair like golden music. He could not imagine what she was doing but he did not care. She was too lovely in the evening was to extraordinary for reason he simply wanted to catch up to be with her to see her eyes as she danced this unearthly dance and then and she's like almost falling in ice on my God also like Sushi. She's like she's to the cave. Yeah they get there and she's full on on in the arms of the Caveman and here. It is a black with the end of Nicoletta narrow danger open wide and opened wider Christo stared fascinated unable to unable to shout warnings of warnings. Were needed from the site of the ice dripping. Rock walked rock moving. Rock the Rock and Nicoletta dance. It's together for a moment while Christo tried to free himself from ribbons of confusion. What is going on and then she spun even if seeing him for the first time and the rock spun with her and it had a face the rock was a person and the Jeffers? Like you brought him here yes. Meanwhile you're like an angel the performance like the Phantom of the opera. And he's he's like I dope easy relevant. Yeah he's real. Yeah my God. He truly thinks that he's like Oh and she's just like was she's morgue. She's she's more than I ever could have dreamed what a woman you really is. It's like he's like a Scout Nicoletta. Pretty we've known each other for so long now now that she's not magical. I think that this this is a good time and then all of a sudden she turns into this like fucking fairy print. She's like can ice him he's like. This is incredible. I must have war. You have hey. I'm disturbing here. I'm wearing La. Turn away from that Rock and look into my are you at the very rocks around us. And she's like. Oh no you brought him here. It's not safe. She's like I didn't he just followed me and then and.
"k. caroline" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"I'm I'm trying to think what I thought his secret could've been. I thought he was just like you need to see tireder. I laid it was going to be a lot more down down to Earth. I didn't think it was going to be so magical. Yeah I didn't think it was gonNA turn out that. He was a cave rock. He is a caveman. But not in the way you think not like that kind of came back. He is not a man who lives in a cave. We'll technically who lives in a cave but more more so he is a manmade out of cave. Yeah he's a man. Cave is a cave who is a man. Yeah inaudible cave not yet a man not yet man. He first of all sign in very hot he he sounds like artsy and brooding again hot Yeah and I did love that so okay I we should just get it straight. That Nicoletta used to be part of an elite corus group called magical singers who civic kind Yes coral group. It's very it's like medieval yet. Music yes they drive so they evil art. She has beautiful golden hair that she just pound honestly as a nerd. I was like way into the hell. Yeah I was like wow I wish this is just your. Here's the thing as someone who literally just two days ago was researching a Ping witcher school in Poland. And I was like this looks cool as someone who also exists in the world. I was like girls on nerd. I yeah because I am. She's like huge to be as well. Stunning really is treated like they are cool. No well the yeah yeah. I think that they are very elite. very exclusive And also like they do not date the Madrigal's donate they. They don't date which is why the Second Nicoletta is out. Crystals like on it. Yeah Crystal Hana's magical boy hottest and only magical boy Oy he touches and kisses everyone in a romantic very physically Yeah so he hikes kissing you know how any theater kitten high school more college. It's all about like just like draping yourselves all over over each other. 'cause you're like so are so and you're so like emotionally. Oh pain and you're just like like hormones are pumping through your blood because Searching for an excuse to physical contact with the sex is normal for me. I'm just naturally this touchy punching me while you're like I won't Christo.
"k. caroline" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"Champ so you want to grow your business know what male chimps all in one marketing platform allows you to manage more of your marketing activities all in one place lacks content strategy at mail chimp generally for me design is about the feeling that someone gets when they're using thing because sometimes the thing that they're doing the work that they're doing the task they're doing fun but a lot of the time it's not work for them when you you are getting ready to send a campaign in the mail application you get this button and it's a little animation where the finger is about to hit it so you've worked on this thing right you've put your time into it this is a work task for you and it's adding this moment of like there's anxiety and we're acknowledging your anxiety but also this is kind of fun place so you can market smarter and grow faster now what mail chimp that's what learn more at now dot com.
"k. caroline" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"What I wanted to look like what I wanted to wear like if some guy didn't think I was pretty screwy him and I just let go of the things that were standing in the way of what I always and so the where's that I show up in as me are the ones that are comfortable with who I am I don't ask about dress code when I'm asked to come speak because I don't care because because I know the feeling that comes with operating in your purpose and the liberation that comes with operating and how you really want to go and I really want that gift for every the vast majority of my experience target employees are working hard they live in my community and they wear red shirts they do not have individual identities re the guests on any given day is able to help a guest doesn't have a good experience but to your question here's the reality the operating model of retail requires that our consumers can find the people who need to help them so an identity that helps them understand which family of people can help them is critical to delivering on the retail operating model hence the red and what used to be just khaki we've now added denim but here's the piece that I would offer to you there is no standard target shirt you look for red but you've probably seen several shades of red we can he won as one so that we're able to deliver on what we need to deliver to our consumers that need our help to find what they need for their lives but we're not regulating is how your red shows up on you that they get to make a decision about and sometimes it may be the shirt sometimes it may be their name aim and Arabic above their name in English on their name tag it may be something on their shirt that's a target shirt but it has a different language on it it may be target in American sign language but it could also just be a different shade of Red it could be a flannel plaid read it could be a lot things and so I do think we have to on our business model you're not compromising what you need to do in the world for the sake of authenticity your pushing both missions at the same time and far most important members of our team the largest part of our team guess being able to find them as critical to delivering on our promised to guess guess being able to find them in whatever read they wanted to wear that day is important to them not feeling like they aren't being seen and so it's about bill.
"k. caroline" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"Welcome to the design of business the business of design where we introduce you to people from all over the world from different industries and disciplines who are here about design business and the values that govern how we live and work together I'm Ellen mcgirt and I'm Jessica Helfand the design of business the business of design is brought to you by so you can market smarter and grow faster now what mail chimp that's what learn more at Milton Dot com so this is the start of season and seven of the design of business the business of design our regular listeners may recall then I took a break last season and Michael be rude hosted the show on his own now co is stepping away from the MIC and I've got a brand new CO host Alan I'm so excited to have you as my new partner on this show thank you Jessica I'm so excited to be here for for listeners hearing you for the first time could you tell them a little bit about yourself sure I am a senior editor at fortune where I write a daily column about race leadership and inclusion called race ahead that is the tip of the Ellen mcgirt iceberg she actually recently won the Stephen Hiller Prize for cultural commentary from Aig the professional association for design. Okay let's get things started on today's episode being yourself at work can you coexistence still work together we've democratized authenticity and you know where you're not aligned with other people that was actually what we needed to work wasn't getting people to share WHO's getting people to listen the existing Carolina Longa is the chief culture diversity and inclusion officer and Vice President of Human Resources at target caroline welcome to the podcast asked so glad to be here you describe yourself as something I think is very intriguing a cultural architect what is that howdy practice that you know I am a native of Kenya I grew up in a community that defined it success by how the least of the community was doing versus the best it's a collectivistic culture where you are just taught that your main in life is taking care of other people so I think that foundation than is played out as I've grown up and I have just consistently lived this life of being super satisfied with helping people get from one place to another as I say define their dash the dash between when they start when they end whatever it is they're going after so call Tur- architect is a word I gave myself for my transition from the non profit community that I spent seven years in doing community organizing and grass roots it's self empowering work to then translating that into a corporate environment where when I got into this job I started the job the same way I took a rumors ration- where I could get it and invited the people who I have permission to send destroy list too and invited them to come to a conversation with me about what they thought this thing had been assigned as work was what they expected it to be and that's all he spent the first six months in this job and then the same very grassroots way I went about constructing deconstruct outing in reconstructing the ideals that built how people feel about diversity and inclusion but really it's just about my desire to listen to what people want to go after and to use everything and anything and probably the least amount bureaucracy to be able to get that accomplished I'm a grassroots girl I make empower points because their corporate comfort food but I really get my work done through individuals people and one on one in small spaces with small decisions and that's what ultra architecture is what was it about growing up in Kenya that taught you about the power of other people's voices I think I am other people's voices late my entire existence is the combination of other people's voices and that is not a statement of being under duress or being told what to do I lived in a culture where every single person I interacted with look like me the pastor the president the prostitute the police everybody looked like me and so this barrier what you look like wasn't a barrier furthermore I grew up with a father that literally elite believes I could take over the world and he still is like not quite satisfied yet right like I tell people I got promoted to Vice President and ad was like what do these vice you are. Nobody's Vice President disappointed my dad and so I just grew up in this place where the messages that I got were the world is yours and so for me because my journey was navigated by people's voices of support and people who refuse to put a lid on my potential I don't know any other way to interact with anybody else what I do is I meet people who have had different experiences with other people's voices and so sometimes it just takes a little bit longer to get them to recalibrate the voices in their lives can be positive and don't have to voices that tell them what they're not able to do and then when we get past that moment and we get to the other side like watch out world and that's where I get really excited about the people can do you mentioned the the way you look and being founded by people who look like you how you look today is spectacular thank you if you could spend a minute talking about how you put together your outfit by and what kind of permission you give everybody at target yeah look and express themselves I spent a long time especially in corporate America addressing in what is traditional dress because I thought that's what you had to do and I hated every minute of it particularly Cardigan can't stand against not hate non Cardigan wears just not my thing but our own entirely too many of them for somebody that can't stand cartoons and so I used to live in this existence where had a closet that reflected me that I would do outside of work and this other closet I hated that then I'm going to spend most of my day includes I hated and as I became more liberated in who I wanted to be part of what was really important was changing to dressing the way that I want to dress because it was actually hit hindering productivity and happiness because I hated what I had on I didn't feel good so one of the many transitions I did with my look is whenever I have the opportunity to speak in some public setting I will wear African fabric I wear it because what is traditional business attire is not what I was raised in but when we we come to show out there is a way that we dress and there's a way that we organize ourselves that I felt was perfectly appropriate in my opinion I'm just best dressed person in the room mostly turn for when I'm in public so today I have on address that is made of African fabric because we were a part of an event that that I was speaking in and so I wanted to do that my necklace is a necklace I had made shop on. Seo because I like to make stuff it is actually the seal of the tree of Kenya I have shoes that say Wonga woman which is long as my last name it's the latrobe my father's tribe but it's also my knee main through high school and Sports yes it does rhyme with wonder woman and that's not a coincidence my hair is in my favorite hairstyle my lots my Unicorn Horn and it is about what I would consider to be a little bit of a mental beacon to my ancestors and so when I stand in places where I'm sharing a mess edge there's an anchoring spiritual strength that comes from being in my traditional attire and that is one of the most liberating things I can do to be able to deliver what I was born to do and hope that I continue to live out and be my ancestors wildest dreams you were at conference at our design of business business design conference a year ago and the way you spoke was to me really uncharacteristic in terms of the honesty about talking about who you are but also the welcoming to others about who they are and I wonder if you could talk about the positioning of identity as an as an invitation particularly working in corporate America yeah I mean I could intellectualize it for you but I'll just keep it human 'cause it's easier for me to explain I had to hit a rock bottom to get who I really was I hit a climax of faking it and what became essentially an internal conflict between my psychology and my physiology rendered me paralyze psychologically for sixty days I went into a deep depression I was in a state of anger with myself I was in a state of crisis and what I realized getting help for that was bad I had been carrying the burden of being somebody else for too long and so part of that exercise of taking those bricks out of my bag was what lightened my spirit once I realized how much joy sat on the other side of lighten spirit I became indignant about never going back into that whole again and so I came back from that leave and I got rid of my closet that I didn't care about and I started owning I wanted to do and now had permission to do and what has happened then as a result of that is I have a different indignant about authenticity and I have a saying I say all the time that I live by which is who you are is where you are if you can't be who you are you change where you are will never be inappropriate but I probably won't be traditional and if you want to manage what I'm wearing and you don't want me so all declined the invitation I will not hell anybody else what to wear but if what I'm wearing gives you permission to wear something you want to I will celebrate with you I will walk with you I will be fearless till you can be body else so I don't show up so that other people feel like they can be themselves I show up as me so I can never go back to being stuck and that also just happens to me eight people to go after their own and I am willing to be a partner with them on that journey because I've been through it I'm very lucky to occasionally run into a target executive live but the as far as I can tell what is your message to them how does your work affect them yeah I would offer they actually are the target executives the most important part of the formula nobody cares if tomorrow I don't deliver on my job in the way that if a member of our team that interested.
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