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"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"I would love to know. What are you loving these days. What are you reading. Are you watching anything. Tell me what you are into cell. Okay i'm gonna give the funny thing off the bat. But i recently got on the board with getting an airfare and i just have to be honest i love. Do it okay. Okay changed my life girl. But i have one. That's also a toaster oven and it's awesome. It's like it's because that's literally what keeps me from it because already i had the instant pots and after stored in the room. It's so bad. I don't know where i open air. Your it's great though. I mean those breasts. It takes your brussels sprouts game to a whole new level where you're like. Wow that's a my leftover pizza. Yes you can almost put anything in there. Prior airframe everything. I'm like i'm here my apples. I'm everything my stamina every. Okay good to hear okay. Love your airfreight okay. What does okay so a book. i've been loving recently. I've been in a really busy season. And so this is a book that i heard on a brennan browns. Podcast and the burnout. How to eliminate the cycle girl. Get a great now. it's really good. Who wrote it. It's two sisters and it's emelina hausky and amelia nagorski. Okay so burn out the secret. Ten unlocking stress cycle. I'm not super far into it. Because i'm already just trying to learn from it by taking a pause. That's a really good book. Another thing i'm loving and because of covid i feel like i've had more freedom to just be more in sweatpants and also not whereas much makeup and just work on my skin care regiment. So i this is great. It's like it's like my faces naked all the time. Yeah i've been loving beauty counter. Okay have you gotten on the beauty counter train. I have been using counter for years and years and years. Oh yes yes. So what are you love from there. So i love the vitamin c. Serum is amazing. I use it every day. I think you're supposed to put it on certain spots. I put on my whole face every morning girl everywhere i love it. It's so good also use. There's this night cream i use. it's called the tetra peptide cream. Hey it's a really good day. Surfacing peel about twice a week and it's nighttime that's the one with retinol right that one. Yes i have that one too at night and so is my favorite. I use pumping facial oil as well. I also use some of their makeup now. I've just transferred over. And i've never been on board with anyone product ever yeah beauty counter and i love it. It's transformed my skin. I love it as well. I have mike nelson using it and selling it for years and years and years and she'd always be like jamie we think about all of our organs except for our skin and it's our biggest organic and so she got me on the train and i love it and it's great so love that munich counter love beauty counter. Okay thank you so much for coming on the happy hour. Every we'll put in the show notes. Your book your podcast. All of the things. And i'm thankful for the words that you especially spoke to those people at the end who are walking through something hard right now so thank you so much. Thanks jamie this. Oh fun girl friends. I love the conversation. And i love talking about when we have pain in our life. It doesn't necessarily mean that we wanna go through it all over again. We don't want to go back to the hardship. Instead we can recognize that god can bring purpose to our paint. And kate was talking about that. And i love having conversations about that. And so i hope you are encouraged. If you know someone that would love this conversation. Go ahead and share it with them. Some number one way that people find out about our show and we'd love for you to share that with them as well. Don't forget if you're interested in the talk show that we are now producing and releasing call the jamie ivy show. You find it on youtube. It's youtube dot com slash jamie each week. We're releasing a new show. And i hope that sometime in the next week you can find thirty minutes to sit down and rest and enjoy yourself and jump into the conversation that i have with my friends. Today show was edited and mixed by the team at pod. Shaper is show notes written by abkhaz style. Music written by matt graham and the whole thing is produced to put together by lindsey sweeney. I'm your host jamie ivy. And i am so grateful for the time you spent with us today if you enjoyed the show. We'd love it if you shared it. We'd love it if you told us five nine instagram. And tell me what you love today next week on wednesday. My friend christine knuckles joins me and any conversation with christine uncles is a conversation that i am here for. We talk about rest and we talk about finding the glorious in the monday. You're going to want to come back next. Wednesday guys have a happier with a friend. You back.

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"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

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"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

08:02 min | 5 months ago

"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"It's a process i've had to learn instill in practicing as a single woman. Oh well i'm just gonna go ahead with this out here and about. Let's see my daughter's thirteen. In about five years. I was gonna set of weekly zoom calls if you and you walk through this and be. Do it be her. Personal counselor accountability partner. So i just oh. We're doing that because you're like my girl is gonna get all the things and it's like whoa. I mean look back. And i do think again. Do i wish a lot of things in my life would've gone differently. Of course obviously. I also see how god in his goodness and his graciousness has allowed those things that i've walked through to be a part of my story and i have empathy and compassion and understanding are walking through things. But i just remember feeling. Like i didn't really understand god's designed for sex because i knew i wanted to have sex I knew i enjoyed sex. It felt natural. But yeah i feel so guilty. Shame so it was constantly a little tug of war for me and walking through that and i remember when i started following jesus and started to really believe the truth that god does have something good for me on the other side of that that i began to understand it a little bit more but it's hard especially in the culture that we live in. I mean it is. We live in a very highly centralized culture. And so i mean. I can't think of a tv show. I last watts where people weren't having sex girl. It's the thing is that they. I mean i remember. When france was on. When i was younger. They make fun of someone that they'd have sex on the first date yet. Dating right now has to be so difficult with such a cultural norm. Yeah and you even see it. In the christian church like to be honest depending on the city depending on the person's friend group accountability like varies people's boundaries quote unquote varies from christian a christian. It's so fascinating. Do you talk with your people that you're coaching about. Boundaries yes we talk about boundaries. But the way i coaches i try to not do it. Black and white like here do this. Don't do this you know. I want people to decide. And how that conversation with god. What is god's speaking to your heart and what your boundaries should be versus me telling them it should be this. You know kiss hold hands like i would never say that i would just be like. Hey if you want to know what i do i can share what i do but i don't want you to take that for you. Your blueprint need to connect this to god. I think we've gotten so many messages. Jamie do this. Don't do this especially in the sexual department. And i think just we're better off having something grounded and rooted in our hearts that we're having that conversation with god with the people close in our life and then we're walking that out instead of me being like black and white because that can become so then. You're just checking boxes and exactly I think this is a good conversation. Because we know that god wants our heart and he wants that more than anything anyone's at for dating life for friendships and for our work all the things he wants our heart in that case. I'd love it if you just speak to the woman who maybe right now. I'm just thinking of someone that recently told me. I just got my heartbroken like again. And they're feeling that rejection and again. Your specific people that you coach is through dating can be through anything. I mean this might be one of the silliest things. I've ever said out loud but i'm parenting teenagers. Now and sometimes they hurt my heart and i don't mean that in a joking way i just mean. Sometimes we feel rejected by people around us. So can you just talk to that person and give them a little bit of hope on the other side of that. Just speaking especially from heartbreak standpoint the funny part about writing this book on rejection or the irony. I should say as i wrote this book. And maybe i had some incognito like deal bargain with god in the back of my head that was like okay god. I'm reading this book. So like no more rejection right. My book says ridge actual keep happening. I'm like secretly over. You're like god no more heartbreak right at least no more heartbreak. Okay like i can deal with. Some people like me but no more heartbreak. We're dying and i was dating someone in two thousand twenty and i got broken up with in the fall of twenty twenty two so the manuscript was turned in. And i kid you not jamie the day. After the break-up i'm in my bed my are closed. I'm crying did not want to get out of bed. And i opened my phone to my email like you know and there's an email from the publisher that's like. Hey you gotta read your manuscript last time. And i was like no what are you talking about. How can you want me to read my book on rejection after i just got rejected and it was a beautiful moment that made me realize well i. I thought it was terrible moment. I was like this. Is your the worst sense of humor guy. I was like this is not part of the plan and my bargaining deal with like. Where's the other end of your deal by. I realized that i needed those words. And the things. I row i was now getting to encourage myself with which was the irony of all of that but i just i guess who the person going through that right now. I sit here. Today can cheryl these things and be smiley and joyous by. I don't want you to feel like. I don't also feel the way of the grief and the hard nece that comes from feeling a heartbreak because man it has been a process that break now has been about five months ago and so much more clarity now but in the first week you know. I'm just in the grief. And i'm not asking. I'm trying not to down this. Downward spiral of wide happened usually doesn't lead to a good place right away but pressing into the healing pressing into the pain. Lots of crying. Lots of yelling. Lots of just anger. Even and i even found myself therapy. Lots of therapy but last week. I was in my therapy session with my therapist. I remember she's like what are we talking about today. Like i don't really know you know as we get into it. I noticed this anger bubbling up underneath the surface and i was like. Oh my gosh. I'm so angry at this thing that happened. I'm angry about these things that i found out like i'm angry. I shouldn't be angry. Like i should be done being angry. This was a while ago. And she's like stop. You're angry right now. You're angry today. Your body is processing. Another layer of the grief. And that's okay. You can be angry just today. It's okay and it was just this normalizing moment jamie to for me to say. Oh my gosh. Even though i'm sitting here talking about rejection i'm still processing through rejections. Grief is so not linear and we are in this together. You know like i guess. That's what i would say to. The person listening is these things are going to help you. And they will help the be a comfort to you. The walk you through the process. But it's still not like this easy crystal clear flowers raw lollipop rainbows butterflies process. It is hard and grief is messy and yet there is hope on the other side of that and that's what i cling to in the last chapter of my book. I talk about like the ways that you can hopefully grieve through rejection. Because i don't believe that going through rejection means. I'm just in the pit of despair constantly. I believe that there can be the grief. And there can be helped and glimmers of joy. And sometimes i believe in experiencing the depths in the dark emotions and feelings were able to also experience the glimmer and the beauty of the breadth of joy because of the fastness of the emotions were experiencing the going through deep. Sadness allows you to experience in like a sunset and a whole new way just so many different things in your life. You're like wow. I'm so grateful for that. Because i experienced the depth of hardship. So i'm so grateful for la answer. Your question girl did the great thing about it is everyone. That's sane has been through some kind of heartbreak and grief and rejection. everyone has. I mean i remember. The first time i felt rejection was in kindergarten. I very specific story. That i'm thinking of and i felt rejection for the first time and so this is not a concept that nobody can relate to and i also love that. Your book is so helpful for people. But you're also sitting here talking to us and saying i just went through this having to walk through this again like it's just going to hit us often because we're humans and it's how life is going to be kay. I'm thankful for your work and what you're doing to help people and i know that it's going to bring so much comfort to people sometimes just to know i'm not alone..

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"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

06:59 min | 5 months ago

"kait" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Com slash jamie ivy. Okay the show is a really good show today. We talk about some of the differences between dating from a christian worldview and versus a secular worldview. Kate recently released a book called. Thank you for rejecting me. Which is about transforming pain into purpose. If you're interested in that you can find anywhere you get books today. Show we talk about things like purity culture and ways that the church can improve this conversation. I told you we also talk about differences from a christian worldview versus a secular worldview dating. You're going to love it when she talks about her exercise for helping women right out what they bring to the table in their relationships. I want to let you know although she's dating coach and she's a single woman and we talk a lot about dating. There's something in this conversation for you even if you're past that stage i am twenty years married and i still enjoyed so much about our conversation today. So here is my conversation with kate warming k. Welcome to the happy hour. Hey jamie so excited to be here. They would only be more fun if we were having an actual happy hour on the beach earl as i was just saying that is all i want on friday. I was on instagram. Just telling my people. Y'all i mean. I can do this whole kobe. Thing but all i want right now is happier on the beach. Can we just have that. Lord please every state every community is different with in like right. Now i can go on a date with my husband. you can't go to restaurants. Can you know we can't do anything girl you need to take out. Yes we take out and we have thankfully because i'm in so cal. We have hikes. We have the beach. We have beautiful weather all the time so we have that going for us. You know all. I want is a restaurant. I never thought. I'd miss restaurants this much like at a restaurant. It is funny the things that you miss mean early and kobe. Everything was shut down here as well and you just think. I remember thinking if i would've known that would have been my last whatever i would have gone someplace else other than that. But that's you know you can't change it introduce yourself for my people you have your own podcast which is so exciting and fun and so tell everyone what you do. So i'm kate in so cal. I am a dating coach. I run a podcast called the heart of dating and it helps men and women in their singleness in dating lives as christians because the reality is christian dating as super weird and awkward sometimes and datings not in the bible. So what are we doing out here. So i hope to have conversations that spark with them and excitement and encouragement and also bring fun to this process. That can feel really weird and really stale sometimes on top of that. I'm a single woman. So it's exciting. Because i'm doing this alongside everyone right. Yeah that is so do you. Can't harris yes. She's one of my best friends girl. Yes she's not on his show to talk about dating. She has a new book coming out. And so i just love what you guys to do. What is it dating coach. That's a real thing. Like i could hire you will. I don't need one. Because i have my man but yes. What is it dating coach. I know so everyone when. I say that they're like so. You're like the female version of will smith from hitch. Ma i like okay. Not exactly. I really take as a more holistic approach to helping be a coach alongside of people to coach them through relationships in their life so when we do coaching. It's not just dating and let me get you a date. Even we'd love to help you put yourself out there but we also talk about your relationship with god how you see guide what is god like. How do you want to grow in that relationship and also your relationship with yourself so both of those things and packed greatly how you're showing up in your dating life. So yeah a lot of what we do is like vision for it so people. What's the difference between coaching and therapy and coaching more vision forward. So it's like what are we going to do to get you to your goals this year and so if some people's goals are like just wanna go on a date. Okay just one day you know and some people are like i want to get married now so we have of spectrum of things. We work there. I love this because what a need that there is saying now. I know that you are a christian. Do your approach this dating and healthy advice from a christian standpoint. Yes totally one hundred percent. Okay so tell me. What are some of the differences that you found between if you were not to approach this from a gospel world versus a different world. What would the differences be. Okay so i think there's pros and cons okay. I'm gonna give both the pro to. I will just start with the probe the secular world so i think one of the secular world is that they are more active in their dating lives and they're more open to just asking people how and taking some of the pressure off of a first date. Okay think as christians were like a. I i need to pay about it. And it's not there my spouse like oh my gosh. There's so much pressure on one interaction with the person you know right off and it flattens the process abate when we do that when we put so much pressure on the first day on the other side akon of the secular world and how they function and dating is there can be a lack of commitment and we all know about the hookup culture and so dating can be like this process of just numbers and you know as soon as it gets hard. I'm gonna throw that away and go onto the next and it can be messy. So i wouldn't say that we don't have that in the christian world so that's something that's still is happening. Actually i talk about that in the book i wrote but we have at least a little bit more intentionally as christians and how we approach the dating scene for hopefully to be honoring an intentional with that person's heart. Yeah okay so your new book. It's called thank you for rejecting me now. I want to ask you. You're a dating coach in this. Is your audience. This is where you lean. But when i was thinking about this interesting about talking to you too i was like man. I would imagine that this concept of you know seeing our rejection theater new lens. This isn't just applied to dating exactly yager. Gay so i want everyone. That's listening to people that are listening to like okay. i'm married. i'm not dating right now. You know you might be rejected by your husband. Asthma bad mood. But you know what i mean. You're not going to be subjected rejected. But still we can take these concepts that you're talking about and transferred them into our own lives and so this whole idea of thank you for rejecting me. That feels kind of not how we would normally approach rejection. So tell me what you mean by that. Yeah so i don't think that you say. Thank you for. Jackie me in the immediate. Wake of rejection like you know i mean unless you're like china compartmentalizing right. Thank you rejecting me. You know like it's usually not your initial reaction. But i thought the i love thank you for me because i find it to be a little playful fasi and also underneath behind the scenes like this empowerment. Like how do get to the point where i can say and think. Thank you for rejecting me and really. The journey of the book is my personal stories into your point. Jamie lee of different kinds of rejections. Not just dating rejections. We talk about in the book..

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"kait" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"kait" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. Live from Kait Q. E D news on Brian What Proposition 15 has failed after an intense and pricey campaign, the property tax reform measure lost by a narrow margin, it would've raised up to $11 billion a year for schools and local government. Education leaders like West Contra Costa Unified Superintendent Matthew Duffy are coping with the verdict. It's really frustrating because it continues to create an understanding that you're only gonna have a good education if you have money. Education funding in California has never fully recovered from the effects of 1978 proposition 13, which capped property taxes, proposition, 15 would have stripped some businesses of those protections and put the new revenue towards schools and local governments across the Bay Area. Voters did approve bonds and taxes to fund their local school districts. A San Francisco faces a surgeon Covad 19 cases, the city is closing down indoor dining, reducing capacity at gyms and movie theaters and pausing any additional reopening of high schools. County public health Director Dr Grant Colfax says the new order goes into effect this Friday. If you do not cause and we do not reverse It is entirely possible that we will face the situation where our health care system could become overwhelms and reverse the current progress that we've made. All these many months, Colfax says. The city is currently averaging 80 new cases a day from 32 at the end.

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"kait" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"kait" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone at this hour in Washington, President Trump is expected to put a positive spin on the economy at a Labor Day. White House news conference. NPR's Amy held report after the August jobs report showed unemployment drifting lower Trump tweeted today, jobs and economic comeback are looking great. Democratic candidate Joe Biden will keep reminding voters off the heavy economic told the pandemic is taking with some 11 million people still out of work. Today's press conference kicks off a busy week of campaigning for Trump, he said to stop tomorrow in Florida and North Carolina, where last week he suggested supporters illegally vote twice to test election security. NPR's Amy held Labor Day is the traditional start to the final sprint of the presidential race as voters start paying more attention and candidates start campaigning more intensely. NPR's Mara Liasson reports that so far the race has been remarkably stable. Biden continues to maintain a high single digit lead nationally and a smaller one in the battleground states. But Trump is still within striking distance. Neither candidate seems to have gotten much of a bounce from their respective conventions. And so far, the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Portland, Oregon, do not seem to be changing the dynamic. You're changing the subject from Trump's leadership During the pandemic, Biden still leads on which candidate could better handle the virus and on which candidate could better handle civil unrest. That means the debates, which begin at the end of September, are an important opportunity for Trump. But high expectations could play against him. In most polls, voters think Trump will win the debates. Mara Liasson, NPR News and Belarus. Another key opposition protest leader has reportedly been detained from Moscow, Charles Mains reports. The detention follows large anti government weekend protests, according to local media reports. Fellow Russian opposition leader Maria Callas Nick of was arrested by masked men and taken away in a van Monday morning in the capital, Minsk. Country's Interior Ministry says it has no information on her whereabouts. Kalashnikov a emerged a household name in Belarus is part of a trio of women who United to challenge longtime autocrat Alexander Lukashenko during the charge presidential election last August. Lukashenka claims he won that race in a landslide. But widespread charges of vote rigging and a subsequent police crackdown have triggered a Siri's of mass protests demanding his resignation or Kalashnikov, A remained in Belarus and active in the street protests. Other key opposition figures are currently in jail or fled abroad under threat of arrest. NPR NEWS. I'm Charles Mains in Moscow in London. A British judge has rejected an effort by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to avert extradition to the United States. The U. S has indicted Osanai, John 18 espionage and computer. Miss. Use charges over Wiki leaks Publication of Secret U. S military documents. This is NPR news in Washington. Live from Kait VD news on Brian.

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"kait" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"kait" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I deliver speed coverage in control for all devices throughout the home. Customers also receive a layer of protection of their home WiFi network with advanced security. This is San Francisco. It's 5 30. Live from Kait Greedy news. I'm Brian what more than 4000 firefighters are battling some of California's largest wild fires on record. They braced for another round of lightning overnight, but it looks like for the most part, a sequel of the thunderstorms that slam the region and ignited the fires did not happen. The fires were still charring large parts of the Bay Area and have sent tens of thousands of people from their homes. For a snapshot of where we stand early this Monday morning. We're joined Live by Cal Fire Deputy chief Jonathan Cox. Good morning. Get your morning burn. So we understand that lightning did strike. I'm actually hearing a little rain outside my basement in Oakland, but there was some lightning in the South eastern flank of the EU Lightning complex near Pacheco Pass. Did those votes start more wildfires in that area? Yes, we know that there was that the cells that came through and some down strikes. They sent crews from that incident itself to go check out those those locations where they where they struck. The good news is, you know they have resources on the fire over their consent to the that location. Asar, as I've heard this morning has not crazy and you're fired. Okay in any other place where lightning might have struck and caused fires overnight. Yeah. You know, I'm over here on the mountainside right now. We did not receive any. We've got some wedding rain yesterday afternoon. I did hear reports that there was some lighting over there in Santa Clara unit as well as potentially UPIN the Ellen, your unit. I think today would be a better under understanding of any implications of those strikes. But I think the good news is we don't really see the widespread. Lightning that we saw the week before. And you know, we're feeling very fortunate that we didn't have to contend with that last night. Any chance the rain helps a little. It doesn't seem like a lot, but can it help firefighters? Absolutely yes. So the rain at least gives us ah humidity in the air coming up to a higher level. In some areas. It's up to 100% moisture near Medusa. Moisture back to the plants and the vegetation on reduces the fire activity. So you know we're really hoping that this trend of core temperatures and the coastal fog coming in I will help us. We'll get a foothold, especially as we get more more resources into the area and the Ellen you complex it's burned close to 350,000 acres in the North Bay. What are Cal fire's biggest concerns about where that incident is spreading? Yeah, so obviously unfortunate. We have the 2nd and 3rd largest fire in California history burning at the same time around us in the bay Area on the Ellen, you complex and yes, your complex. The Eleanor complex is tricky because it's burning across such a wide geographical area, basically all the way from Western Cinema County all the way over the hills, Napa County up in the Lake County and Oh, and Donna as into Solano County. So for the Ellen your complexes, it's sheer kind of size and scope of all the different communities and the local station across the Bay Area. It's about making sure that people are out of their homes. But we can protect the structures as we now focus on building those containment lines and reinforcing them. So we stopped the fire spread. All right, Cal Fire Deputy Chief Jonathan Cox. Thank you very much. I'm Brian Watt. And this is the news. Support for NPR comes from Procter and Gamble, maker of Metamucil Ah, fiber supplement containing psyllium, a plant based fiber for trapping and removing waste in the digestive system..

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RobinLynne

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kait" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"kait" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Anchorage but the body was found last year by the trooper's out here in the valley and this is really was one of the ones that put us over our a homicide record for last year but according to kait tv a trial of six suspects in glad murder moved to anchorage of the 36yearold um it's a six people have been charged in 36yearold western glad knees death it has been moved from the palmer courthouse to the anchorage courthouse she was found glad knees body burned in the gym creek area on december stockins um through their investigation they found that he had been shot and killed in anchorage attorneys for the suspects filed a motion to change the venue in two anchorage the judge granted the motion because as the as she said uh the majority of the alleged client crime occurred in anchorage it's a complicated case apparently involving six suspects a jeffrey and nose up thirty one along with fifty six year old brian shields forty two year old joseph ana and 34yearolds paulette cain are all charged with firstdegree murder conspiracy kit commit murder and knows as shihli an ana are also charged with two counts of tampering with evidence helen tam 27 is charged with manslaughter and then sean phillips forty eight is also charged with tampering with evidence for allegedly helping transport gladden gladys is body from the murder site to schily's home on south heather meadows loop in anchorage witnesses told troopers that nose up pulled the trigger at her arraignment in december cain also pointed the finger at a knows a telling the judge knows it did it it will be up to an anchorage judge to set a new trial dave for the suspect so that's a case will be watching for.

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"kait" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KGO 810

"Phenomenon were a local tv news team comes impresses the camera and really really teitsort looks like huge crowd and people walk away thinking that must be really a hot issue there are a lot of people there but all right staying on the messing with america theme i know you writing the piece about how long that they've been working toward being really proficient in coming off as americans yeah that's right so according to kait by moi came on at the plan to lessen us it would be like election the cash in may of 2014 go that quite a while ago they actually sent federal employees to the united states per week they travelled to can you at eight gathering intelligence uh w we also obtained a classified a portion of a conflict nsa report it says that they st coin you at polling to care figure out what we're hot button issues that were really knew the american um so they really studied i uh to try to kind of insinuate themselves successfully in two a into the us conversation i'm thinking of will no horrifying shooting happened the other day and immediately there were two fake twitter accounts out there with a picture of the kid in a mega had in a make america great again hat you know trying to tie it to trump somehow was at russians or whoever was it was messing with perceptions people are so good at it now that they're there on top of it so fast well right and i will say that one of their charlie the guy is on had caused a certain level of paranoia that might go beyond their action law other actual in ruled out canopy anytime anywhere decorate with people online they get a kid the blue russian bought third or rushing calls which you know in some cases amy may even in some cases they naked we get decreeing america which europe which is part of the gold from from everything understand its to get us to the point that we don't believe in anything which.

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"kait" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"In business on broadway and north little rock destroyed from a fire and a space heater to blame according to kait tv firefighters were called out at one thirty this morning near hudson's fish market the one person the unit wasn't injured the fire marshall says a space heater placed too close to stacked items caused the blaze a woman walking on downtown little rock sidewalks is dead after police say two cars crashed then hitter fox sixteen's mitch mccoy proper downing hurt the accident monday morning at broadway six street in little rock where investigators say a woman standing on their side was haiti and killed by the cars in the rack roberts has a few months ago while crossing broadway to get lunch he was hit by a car from someone hit me hard enough to throw me onto their hood rudder wasn't seriously hurt police say the woman who died works in the area they say cases like this are extremely rare police have not released the name of that woman who was killed nor have they released the names of the drivers that were involved in that crash and as to what caused it just in general that part remains under investigation police searching for a missing little rock man 35yearold bobby morgan was last heard from january 23rd according to the family he's described as a white male foot eleven in two hundred twenty pounds next news in thirty minutes i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine karn if i knew you were coming i would be good king in our society even baking a cake has become political our societies going a hell in a hand basket news one or two point nine karn is following our society selfdestruction with great shows.

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"kait" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The nba three years ago that's not interesting enough vishnu league will be a true test to on how many people love football for still just football because if the reason why the nfl is not going to truly die is because of gambling the fact that everybody's into with the annoyed vegas in and fantasy and like the new the new xfl thing that they're not going to fantasy football kait than the fall it would have all you'd have to do it the why would deal was the week one would be the week right after the super bowl when people are i see i don't think people get football fatigue i don't think that they get that i think that they'd like football right they'd ele i do when i launch at the thursday i watch at the thursday after the major league baseball's our game when there's nothing coming barry horne nothing going on what was nothing going on in february either i mean it the launch it then writings told me the nba now was you know here comes as the biggest thing in the world it will it is but it's not really as popular during the regular phillies light like an eight schedule that wet from near the middle of july up until like labor day right before the nfl started i think you'd have a chance when did it star pete the first one april house february and well april februaryapril ochre i wonder if they do the same thing to summertime now greg you're not compete with anything yard in keeping with people being outside not sitting in their house do enough and that's what you compete with in the summertime is people actually having lives outdoors and being happy at least in areas that hey the hold on sunday night's yeah johny nevada cbs sports radio what's going on johnny warning got data good morning a ah go my my thought on the xfl i mean bottom line it would always be a thick and clearly but i don't think you've got a dirty it up i do think there's you know rule like it defenceless receiver i play football for fourteen years i played in.

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"kait" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KELO

"Jungle is the guy who you know lou scape finalised well first of all not a journalist them only get talk show host so i'm i'm not in that regard trying to find you your well you're asked me what i meet with him i would i would what what story would it be that i'm trying to find out about you know i mean of course i would because i think i think that here's the thing i understand if he went to agree with someone like myself to meet with me what would he be meeting with me for a bought their hurt me megan hurt me without my going there so be he wants to get some story out so in that sense you have a protection because he wants to story told them i right that's what motivated you to do it without fear of being attacked story told an anti ain't gate those reich i keep deal sean penn in to the project after shot expressing interest and watch on what he thought they were going she was going down there for a meeting beeping john doe with el chapo get everyone feel comfortable what ended up right while sean according to kait dropped the bomb in the middle of that meeting and that was that he hit prearranged an interview with rolling stone magazine to do something with el chapo claimed that king never knew that was coming under the oh oh so he want you to do is own interview around you are in around her interview that's that's right right she was they were going there to get talk in munich everyone feel comfortable so they can fail taylor we're gonna come back and do the movie what has shed in this is a story that you know featured in in this documentary cape good luck i never knew that he did work that he was doing anything like rolling stone up in in in the middle of the nanny which was okay look are speaking with a very important can you stay with us day but this is a very important interview to me oh my listeners of following this there's a huge point of contention in this whole subject to your which is that pen is afraid that he's going to be harmed because he feels that he is afraid that they think he.

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"kait" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"kait" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"She was investing in this wiping his feet with her hair while she's crying out she then takes out this perfume that is expensive as all get out begins to pour it on his feet why would a hooker have such an expensive bottle of perfume and why would she wore at office the question is maybe she bought it because after she would clean herself she felt like she had to have something that maker so feel more clean or maybe somebody gave it you were but it was something of value that she could have done something else with she was all lynn she said just give me jesus i've got to get into his presence and i know this woman probably never grew up in her life and was like i just can't wait to grow up be a prostitute i know you didn't grow up insects can't wait to have a horrible marriage i didn't grow up and say i just can't wait to struggle financially i just can't wait to have this in my life i can't wait to go to jail kait waited we don't do that who you know she wasn't that way she didn't just looked forward to it but this is where she was she was stuck in a cycle the only one that didn't use her was the one wanted to set our free the only one that had never used her is but one that she wept before because i believe in the presence of god she was broke but she needed a savior for someone here it's time for you to try jesus it's time for you to know that there is no judgment with jesus that he's not judging you he is embracing you he wants to save you you may not have any thing but tears but but it's an offering to him you may pour your alabaster in your perfume but it's an offering jesus is here in jesus literally said nothing to her those old he didn't call her out he used it as a statement a to address them she used that perfume that can only cropper for a moment she came with what she thought would help she needed way or i want you to know that whatever you think will help your current situation or will help your financial those things you think you help your marriage if you just had a.

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"kait" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KTRH

"Report from abc news six cops yacht in three cities last night at least one officer is dead first to central florida where two police officers were shot in kissimmee one killed in a possible ambush there have been at least two arrests me police chief jeffco jail kait the men and women of the kissimmie police department the families of the fallen officers the law enforcement personnel in the central florida area and your thoughts and prayers at a jacksonville florida to police officers injured a suspect killed after a shoot out there officers responded to a domestic situation with hostages at a jacksonville home police say the gunman with a highpowered rifles started shooting at them when they approached mike bruno with the jacksonville sheriff's office also struck and both of his hands with left and right hand another all somali strachan stomach with rifle round a suspect dead an officer critical the hostages are safe and it pennsylvania to stay troopers shot both in stable condition that suspect was killed dave packer abc news can federate monuments are being removed around the us at a faster pace since the deadly violence charlottesville virginia hearing houston tease cases have vandals defacing local monument earlier in the week someone dumped red paint on the christopher columbus statue had bell parkway montrose please don't know wire who did it but the houston arts alliance bent friday removing the paint this man was a part of that effort since regarded soon is going to come up of a much easier than even dried for a couple of weeks that from our tv partner channel 2 meantime and sunny side of the bust of martin luther king junior was covered in white paint atd investigating both cases a houston mother charged in a death of her child and a drunk driving case twenty nine year old edith abrego is facing a murder charge for the single vehicle crash back on july seventh that claimed the life of her sevenyearold child police say abrego was speeding on maxi road when she lost control of her nissan rogue and skidded into a grassy area hitting a speed limit sign and a manhole cover before a vehicle ended up on its side the seven year old was thrown from the vehicle and died at the scene two other children ages six and four suffered nonlifethreatening injuries core you'll see newsradio 740 ktrh ktrh needs time three.

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"kait" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"kait" Discussed on The Librocube

"Thank you for that sponsorship okay i am excited to an ounce i guess uh as you are no doubt aware if you are a longtime listener of this podcast i will usually but not always have a movie series quote unquote on the go meaning i'll pick a series each week i will watch a movie within that series bring it back and talk about it among all the other movies that i sort of watch on a non plan to basis okay cup each you might say uh this franchise i decided to have on the go because i think it's over although sometimes you never know the franchises underworld oh those things that you may or may not have seen or like me had seen the first few and then they kept making amendment you didn't see any of the newer ones yes those on and i think that is something that often happens with series is that i talk about on the podcast uh it's ones where i had seen a few and then they just kept pumping amount ends i sort of dropped off by interest but the then an opportunity such as this podcast comes up where are we watching them and then getting caught up sort of makes a a kind of sense that i like it pleases my brain to do things like that uh so underworld's uh yeah hey if vampires where wolf's fighting hot hot girl a lady vampire what's wrong with out by if you are a listener to the podcast comedy bangor you will know that director len wiseman often quote unquote appears on that podcast because he is married to kait beckoned sale or at least was maybe i guess uh so he kind of made these series of weird movies and then hires his his wife was very very good in them so it is not like just hire some random.

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"kait" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"kait" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Months of this year paytv providers lost an estimated seven hundred and sixty two thousand subscribers now put that in perspective that numbers five times more than they lost last year at this time and to make matters worse q one is historically seen as a strong season for paytv in financial terms the industry took a nine hundred and fifty million dollar hit almost one billion dollars not a great way to start the year with the exception of cable giant comcast every other provider saw a decrease in their subscriber base substantially in some cases and even if comcast can say that it's bucking the trend in only added forty two thousand in subscribers ten years ago that number would have been an embarrassment for tv that come i'm steven page news with kevin miller on news radio one hundred two nine kra them five camping tomorrow he can't thumbed their want to be a part of it but family four pack could figure nine dollars worth three three to below nine two or three three double o nine to we can get you set up right now on k r n and good luck hope you win it expanded state news coverage the arkansas roundup mike kemp has force good morning good morning cabinet third suspect in custody in northeast arkansas murder case wife ablaze were looking for cam ranh wells when he turned himself in when he who worldwide route declined bledsoe an unnamed view all were already in custody in connection with the death of 2008 wrote richard wilkins junior according to kait bible please fell witnesses at williams park with the if you happen to say there was a bike and bobbing amandus just before the fatal shooting beckham tech hospital by witness but later died of his wounds or construction coming for interstate forty that should properly no big surprise rain when no interstate quarter on your west mep is getting thirty million dollars worth of maintenance repairs and.

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