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Massachusetts To Send Up To 500 National Guard Troops To Washington DC
"Open it. Charlie Baker will send as many as 500 National Guard troops to the nation's capital to help secure President elect Buyten's inauguration. Here's WBC's Karen Regal governor, Baker says there's been a lot of back and forth between the state in Washington, D C. And now he's agreed to send up to 500 National Guard members to protect the nation's capital from domestic terrorists. I think it's incredibly important for the country that that this transition be. Smooth and his uneventful is possible. In addition, the state will call up another 500 Guard members if they are needed to assist local and state law enforcement Lake On election night. They will only be used if
'The world is watching': Ugandans vote in tense election
"Kohl's had closed and you can this presidential election tainted by widespread violence that some fear could escalate as security forces tried to stop supporters of the main opposition needed Bobby wine from munching cutting stations faces came out in force even the internet was cut off along the lines of faces snaked into the distance and the capital Kampala local coordinates Eric Matanga said voting went better than expected it's been quite North Dakota click expected I displayed press enter I think everything's mostly global health is a leader of the wine of life to the cheers of the crowd in cost of products he made the sign of the cross in may fifth distance mild wind told local Brokaw said that he will win although it may not be officially acknowledged by the Election Commission regardless of the artists the people of Uganda war we have been calling upon all alone to take charge of their future to take charge of this election I'm Karen Thomas
Lady Gaga will perform the national anthem at Biden's inauguration
"A party with megawatt Star Power and Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony at the Capitol next Wednesday. Lady Lady Gaga Gaga will will perform perform the the national national anthem anthem during during Joe Joe Biden's Biden's inauguration inauguration ceremony ceremony next next Wednesday. Wednesday. Jennifer Jennifer Lopez. Lopez. We We give give a a musical musical performance. performance. Both Both artist artist endorsed endorsed Biden Biden and and did did campaign related events for him last year. The inaugural committee also announced the ceremony will begin with an invocation by father Leo Donovan, a longtime friend of the Biden family and former president of Georgetown University. Here in Washington. The Biden inaugural events have been dramatically scaled back due to Cove in 19 and now concerns about security in the wake of last week's violent attack at the Capitol. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Bite knees this
How your brain responds to stories -- and why they're crucial for leaders
"Maria walked into the elevator at work. She went to press the button when her phone fell out of her hand. It bounced on the floor and went straight down that little opening between the elevator in the floor and she realized it wasn't just her phone. It was a phone wallet that had her driver's license her credit card her whole life. She went to the front desk to talk to ray. The security guard. Ray was really happy to see air. Marie is the one of the few people that actually stocks and says hello to him each day in fact she's one of these people that knows your birthday and your favorite food and your last vacation. Not because she's weird she just genuinely likes people like some to feel seen she tells ray what happened and he said it's going to cost at least five hundred dollars to get her phone back and he goes to get a quote while she goes back to her desk twenty minutes later he calls her and he says maria i was looking at the inspection certificate elevator. It's actually do for its annual inspection next month. I'm going to go ahead and call that in today and won't be able to get your phone back in. I won't cost you anything the same day this happened. I read an article about the. Ceo of charles schwab while turbine injure he's describing his straight a career at university going into his last exam expecting ace it when the professor gives one question. What is the name of the person that cleans this room. And he failed the exam. He had seen her but he had never met her before. Her name was dottie. And he made a vow that day to always know the dadis in his life. Because both walter and maria understand this power of helping people feel seen especially as a leader. I use that story back. When i worked at general electric. I was responsible for shaping culture and a business of ninety thousand employees in one hundred fifty countries and i found that stories. Were such a great way to connect with people and have them think. What would i do in this situation. would i have known dotty or who are the dadis. I need to know in my life. I found that no matter. People's gender or their generation or their geography in the world the stories resonated and worked but in my work with leaders. I have also found. They tend be allergic to telling stories. They're not sure where to find them or they're not sure how to tell them or are they think they have to present data that there's just not room tell story and that's why i want to focus today because storytelling data is actually not this either or it's an an actually create this power that connects you to information differently to understand how we have to. I understand what happens. Neurologically when you're listening to a story and data so as you're a lecture or you're in a meeting to small parts of your brain are activated. We're an again broke his area. This is where you're processing information and it's also why you tend to forget fifty percent of it right after you hear it when you listen to a story. Your entire brain starts to light up each of your lobes will light up as your senses and your emotions are engaged as i talk about a phone falling and hitting the ground with thaad your in your temporal lobes are lighting up as though you're seeing that fall phone and hearing it hit with the side. There's this term neural coupling which says as the listener your brain will light up exactly as mine is the storyteller. It mir's this activity as though you are actually experiencing these things. Storytelling gives you this artificial reality if i talk to you about like walking through the snow and with each step. The snow is crunching under my shoes. And big wet flakes are falling on my cheeks. Your brains are now lighting up as though you are walking through the snow and experiencing these things it's why you can sit in an action movie and not be moving but your heart is racing though. You're the star on screen because this neuro a coupling has your brain lighting up. Though you were having that activity as you listened to stories you automatically gain empathy for the storyteller the more empathy. You experience the more oxytocin is released in your brain.
Asia Today: China virus cases spike as WHO researchers visit
"The ten member team from the World Health Organization has arrived in the central city of Wuhan webkit it's nineteen was first detected in late twenty nineteen the visit was approved by president xi Jinping's government after months of diplomatic wrangling the dispute prompted an unusual public complaint by the head of the WHO's state broadcaster CGTN said the team will be quarantined for two weeks and will undergo testing for the virus scientists suspect the virus that has killed one point nine million people since late twenty nineteen jump to humans from bots or other animals most likely in China's southwest the WHATWG it's virus and all the experts from the United States Australia Germany Japan Britain Russia the Netherlands cats and Vietnam I'm Karen Thomas
President Trump Impeached a Second Time
"Made president trump the first. Us president impeached twice. Now the senate's turn once that trial begins. Perhaps after joe biden's inauguration january twentieth and aesthetic patera covered at the capitol today an s era. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what happens in the senate now today. We saw senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell saying he hadn't made up his mind yet when it comes to impeachment sleep which was huge. That's the senate majority leader Saying he's considering possibly voting to convict president trump. It'll be interesting to see whether or other republican senators follow suit. There had been some reporting that mitch. Mcconnell was was looking at impeachment as a way to purge the party of trump because of president. Trump is convicted by the senate. You would not be able to run again in twenty twenty four and that's part of the reason. Impeachment was such an appealing option for democrats. I think what happened today. Though when we saw you know a vast majority of house. Republicans did not vote to impeach. The president there were ten. Did vote to impeach the president but a vast majority of them while condemning president trump condemning his rhetoric condemning his actions. These still didn't feel impeachment was warranted. So i'm really curious to see how senators look at this. Whether they have the same considerations we saw president trump putting out that video shortly after he was impeached. Putting out a pre recorded video during which he tried to condemn the violence at the capitol. It'll be interesting to see whether that's enough for republican senators. Abc's as kotehra with us. Who covered up the capital today. Our white house correspondent karen travers. Now karen go back to something Steve roberts said about we thought that maybe next week president trump would leave washington and hold a rally likely in florida that could be seen as the kickoff to a potential twenty four campaign. There is no talk of that happening anymore. Especially after what happened last wednesday and we don't know what the president is doing between now and when he leaves washington at some point around january twentieth. We don't know what he's gonna do in the weeks right after that but we do know that here. In washington there will be a legal team defending him in the senate impeachment trial. That is not what anybody was predicting Eight days ago simply stunning. Abc's karen travers. Our white house correspondent want to get a final thought from recliner political director rick. Well this is all uncharted territory. I mean to have the cascading crises of the biden presidency. All coming now amid the this impeachment push we. We've seen so many superlatives over the years as you as you noted that the top aaron but this is this is a new one for all of us in a new one for washington we are. We are in a very tense time in this country on a very troubling time Day for for the history books novell. Abc news political director. Rick klein real. Quick to steve roberts. Our political analyst steve over the last two months donald trump has done an indelible and eternal damage to his own legacy. This is self inflicted wounds. The way he handled the post election process the the riots at the capitol he leaves office a diminished and a damaged president in ways. That would not even been imagined before the election no question. Abc news. political analyst. Steve roberts after a stunningly swift response to the capital insurrection by the house impeaching president trump for the second time. I'm aaron katersky abc news.
States race to secure capitols amid threats of armed protests
"Intelligence bulletin that has been reported on by major news outlets, but not released, publicly warning that armed protests are being planned it state capitals all around the country, and now we're getting word from what's going on with the FBI's Boston office. More that with WBC's Karen Regan family, says Boston FBI Special agent in Charge Jomana Balanta. Intelligence agencies don't comment on this sort of thing, usually, But after what happened on January 6th one, Valente says he can say this to the New England States covered by the FBI, Boston office. Mean New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We are currently not in receipt of any credible information regarding violent activity. In or around the Capitol buildings or anywhere else for that matter, connected to the events of January 6th or the upcoming inauguration. Boston Police Commissioner William Gross promises and up police presence and says all law enforcement is working together.
Mateo Cruz, Bentley University: Acute Stereotype-Threatening Cues
"On the academic minute matteo cruise assistant professor of management explorers. Acute stereotype threat cues at the workplace. Consider the following scenario. It is your first day on. The job is a female math professor in route. Your first faculty meeting a senior male colleague approaches you with a printed agenda and kirtley instructs make twenty copies and bring them to the meeting. Researchers characterized scenario as an acute stereotype threatening q. Although the interaction is brief it can heightened anxiety and deeply executive resources needed for optimal performance. Much is known about how individuals respond to acute stereotype threat in laboratory settings yet far less about how people contend with stereotype threat on an ongoing basis. Our work led by dr karen block at columbia university examines. How women in stem navigate careers infused with systemic stereotype threat. A chronic form of stereotype threat. That exists in work environments that a spouse meritocracy but implicitly signal racial or gender disparities are a result of group deficiencies not institutional factors while there are many cognitive and behavioral strategies. Women engaged mitigate threat the strategies they choose cluster into three distinct response patterns each patterns influenced by women's perception of threat and her goals for managing a threatened identity. There's no one right way to respond. Each pattern has associated costs and benefits in an era with no shortage of advice about how women should navigate mainly dominated careers too often. Women are treated as a monolith however we know that not only do women respond to systemic stereotype threat differently but their responses are influenced by both individual factors and the organizational context where they work thus for stamina ventures to be effective. We need less focus on fixing the woman and more on fixing systems
How to Save Your Marriage
"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate
House Sets Impeachment Vote to Charge Trump With Incitement
"Pushing an effort to try to remove President Trump from office following last week's break the last week's breach of the Capitol building. ABC is Karen Travers says it is dumped Fel that vice president Pence will play a role in that movie. It is highly unlikely that we see that happen that pence in the majority of the Cabinet. Go ahead and make that move to remove the president from office. Now. We should note, though we haven't heard directly from the vice president that he won't do that. But silence also says something too. Other than pushing for the use of the 25th amendment. Lawmakers are expected to vote to impeach the president later on this week. House Democrats have said, including Congressman Stephen Lynch, telling us here on WBZ that that is expected to pass at least the House the Senate that's a little bit up in the air if he is
Trump defender Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan to get presidential medal of freedom
"Donald Trump today gives out another presidential medal of freedom to one of his most vocal supporters. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio correspondent Karen Travers says there will be another medal ceremony later this week. President Trump plans to present the Medal of Freedom to New England. Patriots football coach Bill Balance check on Thursday Ballot check supported the president during the 2016 campaign and has visited the Trump White House after the Patriots won the Super Bowl. One Democratic congressman from Massachusetts, said Monday morning. The Bella check should quote do The right thing and refuse the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, representative Jim McGovern said. Quote to accept it is
Trump to honor head coach of the New England Patriots with Presidential Medal of Freedom
"Of black residents in the day. Should correspondent Jim Chris Ola reporting Donald Trump today gives out another presidential medal of freedom to one of his most vocal supporters, this time Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio Correspondent Karen Travers says there will be another medal ceremony later this week. President Trump Plans to present the Medal of Freedom to New England Patriots football coach Bill Belichick on Thursday. Ballot check supported the president during the 2016 campaign and has visited the Trump White House after the Patriots won the Super Bowl. One Democratic congressman from Massachusetts, said Monday morning the Bella check should quote, do the right thing and refused the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. Representative Jim McGovern said. Quote to
Los Angeles hospitals overwhelmed due to surge in Covid cases
"Said, the virus rages on l A is being hit Especially hard right now. Can you talk a little bit about what those hospitals they're facing? Yeah, it's hard for them to keep up. I mean, ICUs ers are stretched thin. I spoke to nurse Karen grimly. She's chief nursing executive at U C. L A. Now they have multiple ICUs there. They've taken a lot of patients from other facilities to they have been expanding their covert beds just to keep up with the search. It's almost like a chess game every day identifying how many covert patients do we anticipate are going to come in. Where are we going to put them and it's a different type of care. It's labor intensive. And you and I also have both spoken with health care workers over these many, many months who haven't even had a day off. I mean, some of these people are logging just, you know, more than 100 days of dealing with us. Exactly a many. You're exhausted, and not only do they have more patients to take care of, But there's this physical told to Rachel. I mean, for example, nurses have to prone the covert patients, meaning flip them on their abilities over onto their bellies and back again multiple times a day to help them breathe. So nurses they're running ragged for some of the big people. It takes six people to turn somebody over onto the ability and then you start looking at the equipment. They probably have eight or nine. Intravenous is running into them and No. You've got to keep all that from getting tangled and then you've also got to be dressed out and all your protective wear so stress, coupled with ours worked can be really tiring. And you know, amid the surge, the number of people ending up in the hospital is still increasing as we speak. I mean, this vaccine cannot stop the current surge, but it's another reminder of the urgency of getting more people vaccinated.
Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea
"Authorities confirmed that they have located the site of the crash and black boxes of the Boeing seven three seven five hundred at Croft the discovery comes a day after the plane crashed into the Java sea carrying sixty two people on board such a rescue team fifty three degrees so the ultimate chichi hardly touch until confirmed there had been progress in that sense we have determined the position of the paint black boxes from two signals emitted by the devices the official diving team signaled the world's with clear enabling rescuers to find parts of the plane forty parts and pieces of children's clothing relative to five of the risky Courtney Allen says he was shocked to discover his family were on the flight I was asking for the onboard manifest and when I saw the five names of that family I could not do anything I can only cry Indonesia's president Joko Widodo's sent his condolences to all those involved I on behalf of the government and all Indonesian people expressed my deep condolences to the occurrence of this tragedy I'm Karen Thomas
'SoHo Karen' Hit With Felony Charges for Attack on Black Teen in New York City
"Who was seen on video allegedly assaulting a black teenager in Manhattan. At a hotel last month, wrongly accusing him of stealing her phone was arraigned in New York City Criminal Court yesterday and who falsely accused the teen of stealing a cell phone led away by police in handcuffs and now facing criminal charges. Fine, Really, it was December 26 at a SoHo hotel when Mia Ponsetto berated jazz musician Cheon heralds 14 year old son claiming he stole her phone to black. No, I'm not letting you walk away with my phone. The phone was Found and returned the 22 year old now charged with a serious of crimes, attempted robbery, grand larceny, two counts of attempted assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
SoHo 'Karen' Miya Ponsetto Arrested for Cell Phone Attack in New York, Denies Racial Profiling
"So whole Karen now in police custody, she's the woman who falsely accused a black teenager of stealing her phone. SOHO Karen, a k a. Maya Ponsetto is under arrest and expected to be charged with attempted robbery when she goes before a judge today, the day after Christmas, she was caught on camera assaulting the 14 year old son of jazz musician Cheon Harold at the Arlo Hotel after she accused him of stealing her phone. Where does Ponsetto will face a California judge before being extradited to New York?
U.S. Weighs Adding Alibaba to China Stock Ban
"Out. Shares of alibaba ending the day in the red reports. The white house could add the company to a us blacklists that would ban american investors from trading the stock. The news cross yesterday afternoon as a capital was under siege to trade lower and hong kong. And in today's session as you see there didn't take part in that rally that we saw so tim. Urine invest from this name. You have been in the past. At least how do you interpret this because that would be a major blow a major blow if this actually happened. Yeah this is a very different headline than worrying about alipay in the united states and and so this is a situation where thank goodness. There's liquidity for the stock in hong kong and locally now in fact that added liquidity was part of the outperformance in part of the really the momentum behind the stock to get it to the three twenty levels but this would be a very big moment and one that i think would be certainly Come with a lot of challenges on both sides So i have to follow this news. I think right now. There are three or four headwinds for the company The least of which is the aunt Kind of financial valuation dynamics which. I think we've talked about. Karen pointed this out as well well in the price and in fact maybe she was never in the price But i worry a lot about big brother. I worry a lot more. What's going on in china. Frankly then do over here. But the liquidity dynamics for this stock. If this was two years ago this would have been devastating for the stock. I think there's more liquidity for this name in hong kong then. There is over here now.
General info about BI SIG with MaryBeth Osborne
"Everybody to the brain injury sig podcast. This is our first podcasts. And we are so excited to have mary beth born as our person that we are interviewing for this podcast so as our inaugural version here. We figured we'd do is talk about the sig in some influent in some Can up-to-date versions of what's going on with the sig. So mary beth is a physical therapist who initially got her degree from the university of north carolina at chapel hill in nineteen eighty nine and then went back a few years later to get her. Dpt in two thousand nine as she has clinical specialization in neurologic. Physical therapy which She was board certified in two thousand fourteen. She has professional experience in a lot of different settings. I'm a large portion of her time in brain injury community based re entry and then supported living program. She was adjunct faculty at unc chapel hill for five years and then has been at university health for five years in their outpatient narrow clinic in serves as the co director of the neuro residency program. She has expertise in the hippo. Therapy and aquatic therapy so. Welcome mary beth. Good to have you thank you. I'm delighted to be the first gassed on your podcast. And help promote the sake right so i guess i should mention the reason why you're here as our guest for the big is that you have quite a lot of experience helping out with the brain injury sig in general in the a n. P. t. on so could you maybe just tell us a little bit about your role in the brain injury sake. Sure i'm the immediate past chair of the brain injury special interest group and served two terms And it was an extra year is well because it was We transitioned from chair. Lacked position which i served that year so i believe it was seven years as the brain injury. Sick share I started as the chair so A lot of people know came back or karen mccullough she nominated nominated me from the floor at a csm meeting and That's when i started being involved with the big. Wow awesome and we thank you for all your work that you've done for the many changes in the accomplishments that you had over the years with it so for people who don't really know the structure of organization of maybe kind of umbrellas. Ap ta in a n. p. t. could you just kinda give a brief Overview of kind of how the brain injury falls into place where really falls amongst the structure of the aneka ti. Of course that abt a has a number of academies sections and so the academy with under which the brain injury special interest group falls is the academy of neurologic physical therapy or a. n. p. t. and so under a. n. p. t. There are eight special interest groups or six and so the brain injury special interest group is one of those eight special interest groups and the intent is just to break down the content area or Interest area of clinicians and their pets Into common interest areas so that the special interest groups kind of interface directly with the membership on a smaller level. Right right thanks. That's really helpful. I think to kind of know where everyone falls in alignment and kind of how they all work together. So the brain injury sig than is part of the a. N. p. t. Does the brain injury saying have its own particular goals or kind of missions or things that it's doing to can help on conditions who are had interested in helping individuals with brain injury. Yeah so the jury's special interest group mission aligns with the economy of neurologic. Pt's mission and is basically. And i'm paraphrasing. But it's basically just a forum to promote health wellness Optimal function and quality of life for individuals with acquired brain injury That's kind of the overall arching thing is to gather people who are interested in providing care and assisting individuals with acquired brain injury From the physical therapy perspective.
"karen this" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"That's a segment that aired on the CBS Sunday morning show at the end of. June And I I want to say that. In a racial context, there are some very concrete reasons that we don't really have a word for male Karen's. The twitter is trying as an charity. Huddle pointed out to me. White women are the social workers and teachers and neighbors and shoppers that are typically in a position to surveilled black people in the first place. While the Williams said, men had been socialized not to complain not to call the cops, and barring that to take matters into their own hands, but the other thing I want to say is that when I see some of the quibbling and Griping about Karen, I'm reminded of that moment right after trump's election when there were all these pieces based on the fact that a majority of white women had voted for him with headlines, like what is wrong with white women and white women sold out the world. As a white woman, who did not vote for Donald Trump I remember having this little twinge. Not all white women twinge or I just didn't want to be lumped in with this group, but this feeling of being lumped in of being misjudged of not being seen as an individual of being equated to and held accountable for people. You don't know who may or may not anything like you besides some demographic details isn't experience so many Americans have so much more frequently for so many less legitimate reasons and so much more damaging and consequential effect than a straight white woman like me and vern example of all of this. I WANNA turn to one more name. One white people have applied to black women. To supervise my supervisor. What is your name? Johnson. Big Focus surprise. That's a clip from the movie crash. The infamously bad Oscar, winning unsolvable film about racism from two thousand and four Matt Dillon Co starred as the man. You just heard a racist cop, and the reaction to the name Shaniqua is supposed to be shorthand for his bigotry. Distinctively black names have existed since the nineteenth century and enslavement, but the names that were distinctively blackberry biblical names like Isaiah and names related to enslavement and emancipation, like human and master are different from the ones that are distinctive now. Those names which include names like Shaniqua began to appear in the nineteen sixties and seventies as an expression of black cultural empowerment, but we will. We're starting a new cultural identity one that was less tied Eurocentrism enslavement, but these names given to get some distance from racist white culture, had been effectively punished by white culture four that difference and you can see that with Shaniqua which cracked the top five hundred most popular names in America in the late nineteen eighty s and early nineteen ninety s, and has often been used as a straight up. In Salt. TRAYVON! Logan is a professor of economics at Ohio. State, university and he's one of the authors of the study about the long history of distinctively black names that I paraphrased minute ago. Yes, so these names like should need-we have linguistic structure is specific to these new names that are popular among African Americans your remember the very popular character on the Martin TV show. China is referring here to Chanina. The neighbor on Martin Lawrence is TV show. was also played by Martin. Parents. What did you watch? All of our. If. It isn't little miss attitude. Always all there's also a class dimension to this as well and aim should need-we. Shimane A IS A. Working Class African American woman so when I hear people use these names in pejoratives. They're invoking a lot of things that are consistent with say what welfare queens and other sorts of negative stereotypes of African American women that combined race, class and gender. You can hear a white man who's rolling black lives matter outside the two thousand sixteen. Republican National Convention using Shaniqua to imply all of these things when he hurls it at a black woman who has taken issue with his racism. This sort of incident is just the beginning when it comes to the racism directed at black names. The most famous study documenting this was done by Marian. Bertrand and deal Mullah Nathan out of Harvard in which I submitted job applications with both statistically white names like emily, and Greg and statistically black names like Lakisha and Jamal. They found that resumes. The. White names called back fifty percent more often, and were the equivalent of eight years of work, experience, or to put it the other way. Having a black name was the equivalent of having eight years of work. Experience just disregarded, and this is only the most well-known study like this so very interesting study by Francis a WHO is at Umass Boston looked at whether guidance counselors recommend. AP Calculus to students, and what they found was when they had a black female name, the guidance counselors. I'm elise likely to recommend black girls for AP. Calculus just based upon their name. Having certain names in this country comes with real concrete punitive consequences far beyond just being made fun of which is pretty much all that's happening to Cairns right now, and if even that seems painful to some people that's kind of the point. The Karen is supposed to hurt because that's what she does to others. As much as we joke about her the things she does that make her a Karen can be lethal. That's why black people have always given this type of woman a codename because they needed to talk about the specific threat. She presents to black lice. What's really different about the Karen? Is that now? White people know this code to. That's the change. This episode is really tracing. The Karen has been here all along, but it's only recently that many white people are beginning to recognize her, and to take seriously what it means for black people to encounter her. So instead of trying to shrug off to aside to get past her, instead of focusing on how the term can be misused, trying to pass the blame or asking why white men aren't being called out to make sure you're not being a Karen and that no one else is either because that is the only way whatever name she goes by, were ever really going to be rid of.
"karen this" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"Though I've been thinking about it i. think the reason why Karen is having a moment is because. A lot of entitlement in the age of Covid April Williams again. If you're in the me, that says like. On wants to speak to the manager of Corona virus. She wants the country to be reopened. In the months since mid March twenty, twenty, when America began shutting down to contend with Cova, there has been a seemingly endless stream of white people trying to enforce their own personal set of rules. Karen Sean out in trader Joe's. She does not have a mass and somebody you leave. And See. Well, most of these have been aggressively lax and skeptical about public health protections like the woman in Tennessee. Who brandished assigned saying sacrifice the week reopen Tennessee. Some have been overly strict. Ready called the neighborhood. Watch on anyone not wearing a mask that anyone more often than not being a person of color. All of these Cova. Karen's or more than just a scourge to service workers, though they were a problem for everyone, and they weren't just ruining people's days. They're potentially endangering and trying to control their lives. Corona virus in other words took the rhetoric Karen, and expanded her scope, her habitat or notoriety, and her villainy for many white people covert Karen. It was a kind of crash course in the Karen Won. Won they only undertook as they realized, the Karen also posed a threat to them, but once they were attending to the type, even they could be made to see that the Karen was a far bigger problem for people of Color which brings us to the incident on May. Twenty, fifth, twenty, twenty, when the Karen as we now know her racist Karen fully explodes into the mainstream consciousness lose. Don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the clamps. african-american men threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. That's a snippet of video recorded by Christopher Cooper, a black band bird-watching central park when he asked a white woman named Amy Cooper to leash your dog and she called the police on him. The video was posted to twitter by Christopher Cooper's sister along with the following text. Oh, when Karen, take a walk with their dogs in someone like my brother, an avid burder politely asks her to put her dog on the leash. This video, just the latest to show white people using the police as a weapon became a huge news story and Amy Cooper became widely known as the Central Park Karen. The Central Park Karen was named by Black Twitter, working off Christopher Cooper sisters initial tweet as a nickname. It's almost in the style of Barbecue Becky or permit Patty, but it's not quite because it's not exactly alliterative. That would be something more like Central Park Cynthia or dog walking Debbie, but at this point mid cove it with Karen's so much in the Zeitgeist you just had to call a Karen Karen and the epithet pulled everything together. Central Park Karen is when. When the entitlement of the CAN I speak to your manager Karen and Cova Karen is explicitly connected to the racial violence of calling the authorities. It's a rival just the day before the nationwide protests sparked by George. Wade's death began in Minneapolis further underscored what was at stake when a Karen called the cops at this point, the dominant feature of the Karen became that of racial oppressor, and with that the modern Karen the Karen as we now know her had arrived. But that's not all. There is to the Karen working on this episode. There were new pieces of Karen News every single day there were endless examples of escalating Karen behavior like a white couple known on twitter as Karen and Ken Standing Barefoot in front of their mansion, pointing guns at protestors and a woman in Michigan who pulled a gun on a black woman in a parking lot. Amy Cooper lost her job and was charged with filing a false report A. A potential law was introduced in San Francisco. Outlawing racially motivated nine one one calls called the Karen Act which starts with a C.. N. stands for caution against racially exploited non emergencies, and that's the concrete stuff. There have also been so many arguments about the term. Is it too cute? Is it a slur? Is it misogynist? What about all the Karens who aren't white ladies? I'm calling Karunakaran if you will, but let's be careful. We're not, racism with sexism. Discount..
"karen this" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"Before working on this episode, I always thought this haircut as the Kate God's Line Haircut Kate Gosselin was the star of Jon and Kate plus eight TLC's hit reality show started airing in two thousand and seven about suburban parents raising eight children. The show became tabloid fodder and turn Kate into a kind of icon of Proto Karen is literally you can't it to a kid to hand out without wrapping it in foil, not a big deal. Why are you letting? Eat Our lunch at this hour to this day. She's one of the default images of the Karen like. If you Google Karen Kate Gosselin shows up in part because of the haircut, anyway in two thousand fourteen seven years after Jon and Kate plus eight began airing on TLC and four years before the founding of the fuck. You Karen sub it a picture of a woman sporting. This haircut was posted to read it with the text the CAN I. I speak to a manager haircut immediately. It became a thing, but it wasn't a thing associated with Karen yet because it predated the fuck you Karen sub read it, but in two thousand eighteen, the two became connected when some screen shots of the haircut shared their and Lo and behold the cam I speak to your manager. Haircut became the official haircut of the Reddit Karen when you, I don't know like what you put things together in a game and they snap. You know it's like a like that that idea of like instant magnetic. These things go together now. Karen is the one where the Kennedys Week. The manager haircuts of course she is. As the Red Karen began to percolate out to other social media platforms. She lost some of her read. It associations some people on twitter quickly began to see the Karen it pretty much exactly the way we understand her now, and that has nothing to do with box wine. But as she spread the Karen, did stay associated with the haircut, and even more so with her entitled speak to the manager tendencies, the idea of them of the Karen torturing retail workers being overly specific in their treatment of retail workers in order to dehumanize in them and demean them. Is a huge huge part of this because I think it's one that is so relatable to so many people who have have had blue-collar Johnson have worked those and had his experiences. The counts treatment of retail workers is the most damning and far-reaching thing about her. It speaks to her deep and nasty entitlement, but also means that this version of the Karen was not primarily known as a person practicing racism. It's not that the Red Karen wasn't realized she was. She's always white, but you worked her privilege and entitlement on anyone in the service industry other. Other white people included. Racism might be inherent in her, but it's not her primary attribute, so read at cairn shares a lot of qualities with a fully racist Karen. Both are entitled cruel and prone to calling the authorities. They are not quite the same. The idea Karen originally was that she was sort of self contained, would would she might come to your store? Bother you Ed ruin your day, but now she's being seen as the person. Forget you killed and one of the things that transformed the Karen from the former to the latter is covert nineteen. We all know somebody from Boston. You know the guy or the girl who wore a New England's Jersey to Thanksgiving dinner. WHO SWEARS THERE? Dynasty never cheats, and they probably speak their mind loudly, but even when they're double parking or picking a fight with a New York fan are Boston friends always are the first ones to lend you a dollar. They tell it to you straight and they're the kind of people you want to share a beer with especially when it's their hometown, brew a Sam Adams because let's face it. There's nothing better than a crisp refreshing. Boston lager. Just like your friends. Has always been true to its roots, its unapologetically Boston so grab your favorite drinking. Buddy and crack open a Sam Adams the beer that brings together new Englanders, and non new Englanders. Alike just stay away when they're watching sports. The Boston Beer Company Boston. Massachusetts Savor the flavor responsibly..
"karen this" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"So, the pernicious and privileged white woman has gone by many different names over the years, but it's only recently that she's become known as a Karen and now I WANNA get into how that happened. Karen is a Danish shortening of the name of Catherine. It was a top ten American girl's name for almost all of the nineteen fifties and sixties peaking at number three in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five. This puts Karen from the height of the name's popularity in their fifties now and just hearing the name. Most Americans get that a name is handy as a shorthand because it brings the living breathing person into view, and it can also be handy because names tend to go in generations, and so often the name immediately summons not only type, but their age Jonah quarter as a professor at Columbia and the host of this. This late language PODCAST LEXICON, valley it's very articulate way of communicating. You don't have to define it even often. You couldn't define it and yet. The two of you were talking about the same thing. Say a name to someone, and they will have a feeling about a vibe, and that's by a lot of things, personal experience, knee-jerk judgments and anthropological sense of its demographics and pop culture and pop culture has been priming the Karen for years. I had an epiphany here. It is right here. There was one person in every group of friends that nobody fucking likes isn't a bit. The comedian Dane Cook's two thousand five comedy special retaliation. Example. Karen is always adduced back. Has a Karen, and she's always a bag of dish. When, she's not around just. God Care and she such a Deuce Bay. Until she up and you're like. The Karen, this joke doesn't have any specific traits or any particular personality. She just sucks. If names are like a stew of associations, this Dane Cook joke is a leading ingredient in the Karen Stu, also in the do the Karen of will and grace who is funny, but beyond entitled one of the Lesser Mean Girls in mean girls played by Amanda safe read, maybe even the way Ray Liotta says Karen over and over and that one scene in Goodfellas. Two. Dollars, I need that money. That's all we supposed. Money that we had Karen, and then into all of this plops one more Karen. So I'll read it. I want to say around three to four years ago. You had a user Asia Romano is a digital cultural reporter for Fox. He actually had the now deleted usery count. Stock Underscore you underscore Karen? So Reddit user fuck you, Karen. Basically made his entire account about a shooting on his ex wife named Karen and he kind of got to be known for it in, he got repressing these really long elaborate, really angry stories about carried the original posts along with the account have been deleted, but for a couple years this user would pop up in various sub writes the term for the theme discussion boards that make up read it and go on impassioned over the top performance of harangues about his supposed supposedly awful ex-wife. These posts turned into Asia. Calls read it Lor because they became part of read more read. It did what it often does. Another reading is your made some bread devoted to. Just this guy, sort of an in joke site, and so he made the suck. You Karen the suburb. It became a place or read it. Users shared memes and rifts and jokes about the Karen lampooning her, and in the process, fleshing her out I want to underscore that they weren't just sharing examples of Karen behavior. They were creating a character a detailed in joke with a very specific set of characteristics. She's antitax. She's usually a Christian. She's always lied. She might have multiple kids. She's one of. Of those parents super super super like hybrid, tense about how her children need to be cared for in Oh. She's probably on a diet. There is something there's a strand of the me that I don't really understand. That's associated with her buying box wine this Karen call her read it Karen is a very specific variation on the Karen Karen's now are not necessarily Christians or MOMS or conservative or anti or into drinking box wine, but the version of the Karen developed on read. It was all of those things. Coming as it does out of a sub at based on a man's rants about his ex wife, there was a real misogynistic streak to this characterization, but the sub it also did hone in one detail at a time on an idea of the Karen as a suburban affluent white mother, narcissistic in Ohio privilege, and oddly enough you can see that really clearly in her most notorious trait, her haircut. Remember, what Karen Rider and we spoke with at the beginning of this episode said that it is haircut with the Chunky.
"karen this" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"In the decades after Little Richard released this song, the term miss an faded from the vernacular and another name with a related, though not identical connotation took its place Oh. My God becky. Look at heart bet. So big. In one thousand, nine, hundred to sir mix lots hit, baby got back and owed to plump post terriers, the name Becky became widely known shorthand for a white girl, lurking around black people and culture, even though just decades before becky hadn't necessarily been white at all does so many different songs and the history of black music about a Dr Adams is a music, historian and writer. The becky and the songs was usually blessed. There's the lead belly. He did a song called Dome Background Nineteen. Thirty five did a song cold begging deemed she was a gambling. Gal and Becky supposed to be black in his song. He will Amnon. When all money and you? Other songs back in nineteen hundred nineteen twenties. There will always songs about becky. Becky was always of a different ethnicity. Often, becky was Jewish becky being short for the Old Testament name Rebecca there were lots of becky's early vaudeville recordings. Fanny, Brice, the famous Jewish showgirl saying Becky is back in the ballet in nineteen, twenty two that same year. Julian rose released Becky the Spanish dancer in this song. Becky isn't actually Spanish. She's Jewish, but she's learning to dance like a Spanish dancer. Each! Spanning ideas. Becky in other words started out as an ethnic thing but overtime. That association faded away off. Rebecca got more and more popular throughout the twentieth century, becoming a top twenty name in the nineteen seventies and eighties. At the same time coming out of the civil rights movement and the black power movement, black naming conventions were changing and Rebecca and so becky became increasingly white so much so by the nineteen nineties. Becky could become the quintessential white girl named in baby got back even though in a funny wrinkle. It's not actually becky. In the song's intro. I like big. Exactly. Right, so you can imagine all the becky dancing to the song. And Charity Hutley again. Becky is exactly that type broken. Not Ironically dances community got back railing around. Like someone who used the word twerk a lot like after she learned it from Miley Cyrus and. Use Me use me. Average grew be. Safe Becky is not quite a Karen. She's younger and she's more clueless, but she's not harmless either. The becky is a white girl who is racially obtuse. Who doesn't get it and part of what she doesn't get? Is that just her presence in black spaces can be dangerous to black people and particularly black men. There's more threatening aspect of the. becky would get a very public airing in another soft. He Better Caldbeck you with good hair, this lyric from the beyond Song, sorry offer, two thousand sixteen album lemonade was widely understood to refer to the other woman, and beyond as marriage, though this woman was a woman of color herself. The lyric still accentuated the BECKY's nefarious side. Becky is just more insisted on cultural appropriation. A black people on particular narrative black men s that you may five, Holzer, which you may be practiced for some you know. Exotic vacation model was still go all the way back to slavery to admit so. That's like you get your say talking about that with the good hair, right? They have no interest in Oakland best, blackness. FANTASIZING In, the beyond, say Song. Becky is a menace in the private sphere wrecking marriages, but in April of two thousand eighteen showed come something even more dangerous. A would be killer who operates in public by making use of the violent power of the state in other words approach Karen. Yeah, I'd like to report that on the legally using charcoal grill like it's about with immediately, so that goes nobody. More children are has pillow CACTUS. And a person season the real. I need a description won't racer to. African Americans. That's a clip from a nine one one call placed by a white woman over two hours, harassed a black family, picnicking and grilling in a park, and Oakland California, calling the police on them multiple times. The woman who did this is named Jennifer Sheltie, but you became widely known on the Internet as Barbecue Becky an image of salty. Her cell phone was photo, shopped into a variety of settings like the march on Washington so it looked like she was calling the cops on Martin Luther King, junior, or Obama or the Jeffersons in another image, a picture of Solti was accompanied by the taxed. Hello, I'd like to report black people minding their own business. Are you just was very fascinated with the barbecue? Becky tweets able Williams is an assistant professor at the University of Michigan in the Communications and media department and a fellow. At Harvard, honestly I thought they were hilarious. Got Lots of chuckles from him. Looking at it just started as like a casual twitter user. Well I say casual, but also I research twitter and social media so. Nothing is ever terribly casual. Since two thousand eighteen April has been studying the particular alliterative twitter memes, the Barbecue Becky birthd-, she now has a data set of over eighty nine thousand tweets, making fun of not just barbecue back, but also permit Patty, a white woman who called the police on a black girl selling water, who you heard earlier in the episode and Corner Store Caroline a white woman who called the cops on year old boy. She falsely accused of groping her. Her Anna Bodega and golf cart, gale and road, rage, Randy, and so many more so with each no meme. Most of the time it's a white woman who is using her power to release black bodies in public spaces. It wasn't just immune to be funny, but people were actually of extending the movement and away a in particular matter movement because they were saying look, these Karen's are calling the police on black people wonder why people keep getting murdered by the police. Naming and mocking and meaning these women and very occasional man may be funny, but it's not a joke. It's calling attention to what is still happening and has been happening for centuries, white women, weaponising their privilege and marshalling the power of the STA- to quote protect themselves and their preferences from people of Color even though it's the white women who represent the much more, grievous, an immediate threat. That's the really important thing to understand about this type of me. The way less important part one. That's relevant to this particular podcast. Is that through two thousand, eighteen and nineteen, the women in these memes were not primarily being called Karen's Barak was the first one who sort of started the trend, and then from then on the subsequent women, even though they were given a particular nickname like Patti or bus Raider Brenda for example, were still referred to as Becky's, so people would say oh, we have another becky and it's permit Patty, right or we have another becky and it's best Burger Brenda so people were calling. Becky's is at the time, and I think the shift from Becca care. It's really interesting I. Do too, and that's why I wanNA. Head next..
"karen this" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"karen this" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"Those who say I'm going to address this just this one time on this very special episode. There are those who say I get this feedback occasion. Yeah, I subtly played to the left on this show, and it's true I do a little. There are people out there who think of me as a conservative Republican fire-breathing, right winger, guess playing to the left, and even using that adjective fire-breathing, but no I am as I've often said a cranky liberal, but you know you should know in the next year and a half. You're going to see two books from me. Those of you who think that I play to the left one of them is about. About cursing, and that's going to be the funny one, but the other book that I'm writing will make anybody left of centers toes curl so for those conservatives among you. Who Listen to this show. You will see that. I understand all sides of the political spectrum. That said Karen is just a game and I think it's an okay one. In our time, there has to be room for settling scores to an extent as long as somebody at some point allows that the scores have been settled. That can be a problem definitely, but I can say that with Karen. We're not there yet. That is what I think for whatever it's worth of the Karen Business. Well you know this has been a fun show. And so to play it out. Let's use some music that I think of as just fun. This is horace silver. This is some of my favorite jazz. This is one of his later albums. He did two or three in the early nineties that are kind of weird and wonderful. This is from Pencil, pack and Papa and this is red beans and rice, the words, a kind of lame and in a good way I. Don't know why, but this song has always been an earworm I recommend listening to the whole thing once it goes from the head into the improvisation. That's a lot of fun. It's very written, but it's also just very good. Music's is red beans and rice..
"karen this" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Dot Com slash smart to learn more. So here's a question, guys. See what is up with all these Karen? Okay, we had central Park Karen. We you know the bird-watching lady. Bird watching incident Karen in Phoenix at the gas station, telling telling a native American woman to go back to Mexico Karen in New, York City Bagel shop were recently coughed on another because the lady demanded her to wear a mask during the pandemic. Okay, which was a reasonable request, then most recently released Karen and L. A. in the valley, she took a hammer to bang up a neighbor's car, and knock over her recycling Bin, and told them to go back to Mexico, but this racist Karen got checked by another neighbor who was sick of her and pushed her in the bushes you. saw that. was. Great. Now what happens for the for the benefit of those who didn't see it? I saw I but. I'm sure maybe one or two people didn't see what happens. What happened to me? Really big dogs. Just why lady. Paying car telling these people need to go back to Mexico hit with a hammer. Now, the dude any ended up starting a gofundme page to get his coffee ain't nobody you know money for that. But somehow she wanted. In, other people's yards, she knocked over the garbage can. And next thing fast forward. This big sister had a handful of her hair. Had hoped down obviously, the lady head, a garden hose was Toma when her up. She told her I eight to one. To One. Don't F wit me bean. You don't know who I am. I ain't the one I would take that garden hose and. got. Ten you, what help thank you? Watching sixty seven. But was funny as he is enunciating every single word, yeah, all the way through. She got so tired, but the white lady. The drunk I mean the evil while would not respond to her at all. She took that whole ad. It wasn't it was. Now, let me tell you what I found out. Okay. What hair in is a multicultural name? riles multicultural, but it's really big an african-american community. What my favorite t shirt just black do said. Don't let your present dig. has started. Coming up at the top of the hour, junior is back from vacation and He's got some sports news fourth. We'll do that at the top of the hour right after this. You're listening to Steve Harvey Morning Show. On the familiar looking for fun feel good listening experience. Check out our podcast hanging with they lost. My name is Sheboygan. Edgar and this is my beautiful wife. Janet tag guys were a bilingual. Mexican American married couple with two beautiful young daughters, ready to fully expose our life, discuss relationship drama, yours and ours and few with faith, encouragement and laughter, so I'll put it that way and also come hang out with us..
"karen this" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"The Transit Agency suspended nyc Transit Superintendent Jason Brown after is derogatory facebook post amid massive protests around the city, denouncing the brutal fatal rest of George Floyd. Who is this guy with the biggest fucking balls? I've ever met. Who Do you think MTA workers are? It's not a sea of white guys. Where are you? Where are you going to work tomorrow? Jason. Brown is suspended without pay pending the outcome of disciplinary charges seeking to terminate his employment. Remember White People your sole purpose. He said during this time is to protect people of color while they're destroying the city. Obey submit like he he's he's the one being attacked. It seems this is what you do for I I would say any job, but absolutely any government job, but why not any job? In their little, the little tests or little. what do you? What's that thing you you've intimidated? Asking during an interview or ask it when you fill out. The resumes she. Eating I love the you know. None of these words just rap. Just call it an audition case I've had those tests. You gotta explain where you been in your life. You know one of those, but then just a little question being like. Hey, the the black people are taking over true sometimes or false. Soco your answer. What do we think about black supremacy? You have three lines to fill it out. And if you wrote anything or didn't say hey, what the fuck! You know your heart. and. Leaving three lines so that everyone can begin with a k. right. Star will lead you off right. It's a new kind of signaling. How important is the First Amendment? So important that you're allowed to say blank. or This person doesn't know any better. That thought he'd get hit studied. Get likes. I. We were talking the other day about how on June nineteenth. Understood. I believe in Texas. If not other places that hey, we do, have the emancipation proclamation. Slaves are free. recognize it everybody on June nineteenth. Donald Trump was going to Tulsa, home of the famous Tulsa massacre home of the now famous Tulsa massacre I wasn't taught in school nineteen, twenty one so for him to do that and have quite frankly is k. k. k. rally certainly seemed like a slap in the face well Donald. Trump has said okay. I will not have it on the nineteenth after all a have it. On the twentieth we had previously scheduled. Are Maga- rally in Tulsa Oklahoma for June nineteenth a big deal. He tweeted unfortunately. However, this would fall on the Ju-. Teen June teen tolliday. Many of my African American friends, you're right and supporters have reached out to suggest that we consider changing the data. That's what we suggested. I'm sorry. His friends got in touch. Is that what was going? Yes, his black friends suggested that he say many of his black friends. Yes, many of my African American friends and supporters Trump wrote the rally will be on. Saturday June twentieth to make everybody happy. The KKK rally. Yes? Yes. The Secret Service finally admitted Saturday that used pepper spray to clear the protesters from outside the White House, so president trump could do that stupid fucking Bible photo. Op Oh thank you so much for admitting what we saw on tape. Did you think? Is it. This is like Alan calling nine one one, but you don't see me dial and you could see that my phone isn't that we're recording you. That's not a joke. After nearly two weeks of adamant denials, the Federal Agency conceded that it did use chemicals to move away. Peaceful protest you gas lighting, mother fuckers now that I know that. All that they're gonNA millier and we saw it live. You saw it live on the news that two blocks away. They were really just storming into people. There's like a not even not even a block away. There's a cameraman is kind of like a new. Stan, was in the way that police were walking. They didn't see this cameraman on the side from a reputable place I don't know ABC NBC whatever and they have. The cops have the shield. This cop just sees them. They're not in the way to slams into the into the wall. And then feed over. There's trump with the book and the people think that the stricken us. Every channel got together so first of all. What's happening to those guys who did that? You know like they being convicted of anything and second the leader of our country quote unquote. Totally cool with that scene like. Can you imagine as just a regular person? Not At least gasping, there was no response. He held up a Bible like he was the devil himself and fire was about to come out of it. Agency employees. This is a quote used pepper spray on June for an agency employee. Now down. Say Okay. We'll say that one person that it now is multiple people. There beatings an agency employee used pepper spray on June first during efforts to secure the area near Lafayette Park, said a statement, the statement added that the pepper spray was used quote and response to an assaultive as on word in response to an assaultive individual. And then of course without offering any evidence to back it up, we saw it every time. Somebody uses individual all of a sudden to make themselves smarter after they did something stupid that they got caught. Think the the individual. He got out of his vehicle. I'm just saying. I wonder if there's an update to that story already you know out you have the video to that to just tell me when you have the video, but you on account. It wasn't me. Heavily armed federal personnel from federal agencies violently cleared Peaceful Blah Blah Blah I. Mean we all know? This I'd live TV footage showed troops, firing, rubber bullets and tear gases. They charged into the crowd of several thousand demonstrators. Well. If you have it on tape I did it. Moments later trump was was with the Bible.
"karen this" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
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"karen this" Discussed on Unladylike
"Fragility inflicts on Communities of Color. I'm not telling you go out and empty retirement accounts and give all your money to the first black person using. When I'm asking you to do, is some help build healthier communities that will ultimately benefit you as well as everyone else. That's all I'm asking for. We shouldn't have to reinvent the wheel over and over again. Movements say there for progressive politics movements, saving one equality and equity should actually be working toward those things. Feminism was never really supposed to be about how to be a CEO it was supposed to be about equality. Well. Let's do that. Let's hold it up to its name. Let's hold it up to him. Purpose it stated purpose, not the actual execution until this point. Carolina at the top of the show we asked. How do you solve a problem like white feminism, but we haven't exactly arrived at a tidy solution. I mean we've identified plenty of ways that we as white feminists can deactivate white feminism, but the MESSI truth is practicing intersectional feminism and feeling our way through fuck ups and conflicts is an ongoing work in progress it is and to all of our fellow white on ladies, listening just one final bit of Advice Carolina and I always offer to focus on not becoming a Karen. Is just start getting comfortable with getting uncomfortable. You Know Challenge Yourself I to listen, so you can then go take action where you're actually needed. A great first step is to pick up a copy of Mickey's Book Hood. Feminism notes from the women that movement forgot. We're going to have links to blackcomb bookstores where you can buy it in the show notes. Are Y'all. What are your thoughts on this episode? What are.
"karen this" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Really busy on twitter but he's in time to answer my email. Wow all right all right. We're different people people swinney after show this week. No that's the show buddy. Whatever happens in the show is the show that we have a little pool as to what's happening with your landlord a sticky ticky tack on the wall. We happened if this is going to go in the after show which show all right all right my like talking. No but here's no I don't want you to get in trouble. I don't CARE IF ALEX GETS IN TROUBLE AND I. I don't care if I can trouble other because the people are like rolling. Your eyes like your. Your kickstarter is a million dollars. Oh you're Murli man you can talk wherever but you guys are. The people setting a precedent that other people can follow and start to know. They're worth like kickstarter in. I've seen so many kick starters fail now they? They reached their funding goal. But then they fail at because people they they act if their backers are the investors who will like they are the there aboard or as they said they agreed to make it in plaid or something yes also also like these people. Don't people don't know any fucking thing about making puzzles if you start saying what we're GONNA do. You'RE GONNA wind up with a homer Simpson car. You want homer Simpson car. Yeah and and with Merlin mandating. Oh God oh a wage for his job like there's so many you've got to build in you've got to build in. I mean if it goes flawlessly zero. You have a child. Yeah like it's like it's got a plan for it to not go well. This is not a big Mac. Like this is not you know. I don't really have that much control over your shit like you. Don't get bring a Phalanx of staff into McDonald's and have a discussion about what kind of food we should be making. But I gave you the I gave you the two dollars and ninety nine cents for the also I never really was that Hungary to begin with so Like an and chamberlain you. Oh Alex what happened with your landlord. Did you get in trouble? I just forgot to sign the lease and to be fair. We didn't really get whole alright originally are you. Are you exercising? Sort of squatters rights over this property. Okay Okay Outer. So that's all if there's no least. I mean you could move normal place to live. That's okay okay. Here we pre appre pandemic. There was a thing really should. Should we move? Our lease is until May right so I'm actually not sure if I'm supposed to sign it at the end of May or I should have signed it at the beginning class. You question sure shirt. Who's the person in the relationship that like does the paperwork or is it? Is it a split? It was a see. Here's the thing. Normally it would be matches job. The like my my spouse is like the amazing homemaker who I would just die if he wasn't around but typically when I need well you Alex you don't. I know I know you. I know you pretty well. And Mattie you're definitely matty's the paperwork person the he's not super organized he's also not the fighter in the faulk. Well he he is but like I am the one who is like okay the we should probably get a better deal on this thing and so we haven't signed the lease and I'm like. Hey can you sign there? Send that back over because I do. Oh it was copied and pasted it in an email. You just send this over my real estate person. No but then I was like Oh Command Command F. Wall nothing their command. F Get a lien against your lease no-no Art Command F Frame Command F. I actually read my lease spending right now are you? Are you viewing code? Yes I'm searching in this. Pdf for anything about hanging anything on walls. Anything about painting and it's gone. There's nothing there I'm like. Oh Oh so if I signed this lease and then decorate my apartment like a normal human being can. I just wasn't in the it wasn't in the least. Sorry however there's also not anything in the lease about like repairs or anything so we still have a dishwasher that kind of falls off of You know when you pull out a dishwasher and it's got those little wheels ours fall off every time but also. Don't you have the dishwasher where they didn't think so much about how it would be accommodated by the available space? Don't you have kind of a situation with higher? Dishwasher fits Yup and that's what we were. We were kind of emailing back forth in talked you. You might be living on a boat. You should find out if you're living on a boat. A lot of this would make sense if you're living on a boat. Oh God I wish. Honestly we'll know because it's not you know what that's not a wall that's a bulkhead and the bulkhead is a is a is a hold of the ship. Maybe you can't put stuff on the wall because you're going to break the ship. Oh Yeah we'll put a picture notes about the how my dishwasher fits in relation to the cabinets. That are actually. They're a little bit at a little bit ad hoc yeah yeah and then in conclusion I was like. Oh we're going to start quarter after cool. This conversation with my island has already ended. So I'm gonNA do some email. Ooh I'M GONNA get inbox zero. Because that's what Merlin means is an empty inbox. Obviously over on seventy three folders. Well it's that you have to apply to all the emails and your inbox as soon as they arrive. And then you stay there all day until your inbox. Zero zero pocket and walk into the sea and.
"karen this" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Fifty five forty three and I'll see what I can do to help you out here on Texas all improvement let's head over to Hearst and Karen this is Jim how can I help you hi Jim we bought a house that was initially in Phoenix but that doesn't matter built in nineteen seventy eight regard nineteen eighty six and the the ring during our chrome yeah seeing the composite sinks was are starting to crack and we had a plumber in there for something else and he told us that the cracking is from tightening the ring too much okay so that one platform Palmer's opinion on that and I'm wondering does all the plastic crack or does some take longer than others well as close as plastic ages it does become more brittle and more likely to crack now you said you bought the house in eighty six wanted wanted this cracking happen I don't know it was a it was we were only there five years and it had it was either the error happened while we were there so the house was about okay six to ten years old well we lived in it yeah I'm not a fan of the plastic are you know typically I'm gonna use metal when ever possible and on those drain stops like that and stuff the metal is available you typically have to no no no no not not the rain cracking the sink around the the metal drive around it you're you're talking about yeah the the man made Marvel stuff cracked and yeah what do you call that ring that just grew in that thank you put upon them yeah yeah yeah yeah any AT all of those are gonna crack as a H. what did and it's usually not a deal where it's over tightened its what you run hot water on it and it cools off in hot water your hot and cold on a man made marvels in just the expansion and contraction starts put in hairline cracks in it in overtime of moisture starts getting into it and so it starts to discolor but usually you don't see that Taylor roughly twenty years old it is when it becomes a bad enough issue that most people want to start replacing it usually starts seen at around ten AM and and it just totally gets worse over time and does it leak there in the classic they're starting to crack now it doesn't normally leak A. N. Y. A. N. Fran a bigger reading to go over that for cosmetic purposes because that actually will fan out to about a six inch diameter well I've never seen one that big yeah yeah as it ages it just gets worse okay can I ask you one thing about that our roof thing you're talking about the guy before is that of some kind of a thing you paint on it needs to be cleaned first that was not a bank vault it's it is a material that goes over a surface that's already on the roof it absolutely it's got to be cleaned off and and and all that but it's basically when you deal with commercial roofing like that it's a rubberized material on hand all right yeah it's it's not it's not made for just paint on to woods boards or anything okay I had a comment about that it's an RV but it's kind of the same guy banned from they are replaced or do my RV roof of my house and it there was a big problem when it still leaves chalk marks down my window four years later but I had the can of product in it said clean the roof with absolutely certain and he cleaned it with don blue don probably which you can't do so how many people are thinking blue don is better and use that before they clean something yep yep well in a lot of people don't realize they can leave a residue and that it went when it asks when a manufacturer specifies use this type of material if you want to keep the fact the warranty on it everything you have to use that type of material when you deviate it doesn't hold up okay I love your show thank you and it should make people understand follow the rules and get help yeah thank you Karen thank you Jim bye bye bye again if you have a question.
"karen this" Discussed on Murder Minute
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"karen this" Discussed on Murder Minute
"With this is described Alan Charlton as exploitive and vindictive. A man who preyed upon weak and vulnerable people people like Karen Price. One of the witnesses who came forward was twenty four year old Idris Ali. Ali told police than Nineteen eighty-one he had acted as a pimp in central square where he would procure. Young Girls Allen Charlton's parties at his basement flat. One of those girls was Karen Price and he had been in Trenton Slat when she was killed according to Ali just two months after Karen ran away from the children's home. Charlton told Karen that he wanted to take lewd photographs of her but Karen refused. Charlton flew into a rage. He reaped Karen and strangled her to death then. He asked me to help him wrap her body in the carpet. He didn't later Charlton buried her. Audie Idris Lee was promptly arrested for his involvement in Karen. Prices murder at the heart of the case against Charlton and Ali was the witness. Testimony of a young woman identified in court records. Only as di. Di testified that she was thirteen years old at the time that she knew Karen they had been in the same children's home but D- Didn't know Karen in the Children's home. They met outside a cafe in Cardiff at that time. D. lived a life of glue-sniffing Exploitation Ali. Then just a teenager himself was her pimp and took half the money that deer earned de testified that she had had sex with Charlton at his flat and gave half of the money. He paid her to Ali a week later. She met Charlton for sex again when she refused to behave in the way he wanted. He cut her leg with a penknife. Charlton wanted to replace Ali as her pimp. A few days after this incident after glue-sniffing session together at Charlton's Flat Charlton asked Deon Karen to get on the bed. Naked to pose for Photos de refused and Charlton slapped her in the face. Karen intervened De Watch. This Charlton turned punched and slapped Karen until she fell. Ali attempted to pull him off of Karen. What he continued to hit her too scared to watch. D. closed her eyes and when she reopened them. Blood was coming from Karen's mouth and she wouldn't respond Charlton then toll de that. Karen was debt. He put Karen's body on the bed. Went out and returned with what looked like white curtain wire. He turned Karen over tied her hands and put a carrier bag over her head. He then removed her pants and had sex with her. He told that Lee to do the same. Lee Did but D- said he looked like he wanted to be sick as decried in the corner. The pair wrapped Karen's body in a rug and took her outside when they returned. Charlton warned de that. She would quote die the same way if she ever told anyone. What happened Lee then urged D to say nothing de believed that he was as scared.
"karen this" Discussed on Murder Minute
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"karen this" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"The logic of the whole thing is important and also just suspense and build up an timing kind of like comedy the setup and the payoff. I think if you get that right right then then you're in a good position I think but you really have to pay off if you set up and it's difficult because it's hard to make things actually scary when you see them Uh of course and also with horror too because a lot of it's not high budget like maybe you didn't you couldn't that shot that day for like the prosthetics for the monster monster in all of those things. Yeah it's it's difficult. It was hard in my short film because I have a little bit of cheeky monster. There the credits as cheeky monster. was that next time next time next. What are you excited excited about right now? Like what is what is making you happy. How are you staying fulfilled in your crazy nonstop work schedule good question and what is it? I think just being creative is probably it good like I do that and then I go out and then I make more stuff and then I go and that's it that's pretty much it and I could do that for the rest of my life and I'd be like yeah. I did that right. That's that's really healthy. Because so many people I think get so caught up in the pursuit of the next thing or keeping this or not losing that. I mean it's all that kind of ego stuff that you referenced before that can really topple people in people that seemingly have everything they just seem like dead inside an empty. Well yeah because that's that's not the thing that's GonNa make you happy. You don't realize that at the time you know but when you get it the goalposts move all the time so if you get it it's like what's the next thing yeah. I don't think anyone really ever sits back and goes like okay. Did it done you know. There's always something more and so therefore that's not where the happiness comes from. It's hard to you. It's hard to see it because I don't think anyone ever feels different. Especially when your circumstances changed I don't think people they still feel like that same person. Yeah when they were first starting starting out. It's true and everything's temporary like the high of achieving something or getting something isn't GonNa last forever temporary high right. That's how did you learned that there was a new or no. I think I've just been watching youtube interviews with tech moguls. Also unlike seeing themselves something for a billion dollars which is obviously like a lot of people's dream and then they say that they're happy for about four days and then it goes back to normal normal right because it's the new reality so it is is really about the embracing the process stuff for just or just figuring out you know so you think it's yeah I think personally for me. It's like sort of deciding the I am enough worthy of all of these things without needing validation outside of myself. Oh my God. That's incredible. I mean that's the that is dumb most valuable lesson anyone I think could ever learn. Yeah I'm working on it. I haven't fully achieved that and I think we all need to work on that consistently. Well no but yeah I mean you look back at the history of philosophy there. They were philosophers who were old men who are like. I'm still trying to you know like I don't think it's ever. I wonder if maybe sometimes we have this false cinematic idea events like the goalpost like I'm going to cross it and it's all going to be on. Yeah no it's never you always have to remind yourself. Yeah you know for the for always raise. I know it's yeah it's interesting to sort of reach that place of total happiness and I don't know if anyone really does do they. I don't know because I don't think people chase happiness like a drug. Yeah like it's some sort of a spike that you're supposed to feel rather than just a state of of like peace and contentment. Yeah those are better words I think oh they are because happiness. You can't beat out all the time. Because emotions come in waves they spike and then they drop and of course they do because we're humans bright but to be content and at peace says another thing and I think that we can strive towards that that is just such an incredible. It's just an incredible thing to know. It makes me happy that you know that because you know it does because I just such a great I consider you a friend just great person and so inspiring all the different stuff that you do and it makes me happy that you're happy like it makes me happy. You're at a place where not only is going well. But you're but you as a person as Karen are really not asking to speak to the manager like you've we know now I'm always going to ask the goddamn manager. You see what is good. Yeah definitely and you know. I'm not exempt from those moments where I'm like. I wish I achieved this by now. Like I have those moments but then I come back from them because I can remember what we just talked about it right right right right right is do you. Do you read any philosophy or do you read a psychology essays. You do. Yeah that's all I read. Is there a site that you like or particular essays that you enjoy the quality to date. Yeah just have reconvened on Google just looking into conditions or all sorts of weird things. That's fantastic fantastic. Yeah it's really really interesting and helpful for acting well it also I would imagine for the storytelling to motivation character. Motivations that's where it really comes into play so besides people looking to external sources to find happiness rather than figuring out how to just be happy with themselves. What are what are some of the psychological optical trends of the day that you're noticing like in today's society? I don't know I don't know if I can think of any specific a to today. I mean we have social media which is certainly having an effect on yeah. I don't know if it's particularly different to what we already do as humans. We're looking for validation from people right but but on a weird messed up scale. Well Yeah it's just amplified. I don't know that it's like very different and like I think it's the same as wanting to be popular in high school right but it's just on a different platform and there's more people involved. Yeah I can't even imagine being a kid today okay and I was talking to a friend of mine about who has a bit of a social media following and I was like I can't when you were a kid it was challenging enough to just sort of fit into your immediate community but in that community there were it was just a fitting into a smaller group where you're trying to figure out your place in a smaller room and now it's like you're competing with the world. A fake heightened version of the world's. Yeah I mean the comparison aspect of it is is scary because you're looking at people's lives that aren't necessarily real and you're comparing it to your own life. Vinit can suddenly make everything seem much more miserable than it might have had not seen on social media right. So that's the new affect. I think I hope someday you are comfortable optimal enough to give a talk about stuff like that because I really yeah because I think people would listen to you and I think people would really I think I think you could affect the world in very positive ways as if you've heard some of these ideas because I think people do listen to you and kids should idea ted talk you could do a tedtalk. That'd be really scary but I'm into it okay. You can talk. Yeah Karen Time Talk. That's another branch of my studio but it is. It is helpful helpful. The people and I think it's when when people have healthy perspectives on especially when celebrities unhealthy perspectives. On this stuff. Yeah 'cause you 'cause kids look to people like you and they go oh she must have everything figured out in the ceiling handle. I remember everything figured out but these are some of the things that I also worry about X. Y. Z.. I just think people would probably go like okay. Maybe I am enough and I don't need to worry about all that. Yeah I would love it if I could make someone feel like that. That'd be really cool. What's next you're let's see you're here today? Are you doing anything else today. or You have one more phone interview. And then I'm done done for the day the day for the week. What and then more more press next week then back to Scotland Than Your Own Mexico are you is there is it more? US Presser you have to go to another country you're just in the US. Los Angeles Fantastic pastic. Is there anything else you WanNa promote deserve anything else. Call of the wild with a dog and Harrison. Ford is coming out at at the end of February. And it's really good fit the dog before Harrison Ford. You have to. It's funnier that way. It even means dog frenzies and Harrison. Ford he'd he was on the podcast like six seven seven years ago and it was rough. It was rough it was because he was like I blame me but he was sort of like me why because he was I think he used to kind of do the singer he was sort of like he kinda play. This character of sort of grumpy guy. I you know. Just talk with people but maybe there was a little bit of that too and I just I just devolved into the fandom so fat I mean we've had some form of why blaming gap. I mean. It's like some people it's like the first time I got to work with a muppet and it was like how could I not. I just like tear up because it's like it's so reelect dealer into your childhood. Yeah and that was him and it was just like I just kind of melted melted down. I mean it wasn't a disaster. I go home and listen to that. You're fine if you're going to. It's IT'S A it's a linear meltdown. And but but my feeling was like look I should have been more emotionally prepared like. He's going to give me his time which is very valuable. It's like riding a horse. I should have been able to ride that horse that I got on in those moments. I don't know it was it was. I was found girling over him when I was shooting the movie I think he is. Something happened in because he had that he had the plane crash scare. I talked to him about. You did well after that. I noticed like when I would see him on panels does it COMECON. He had anything to do with it but when he came back for the Force Awakens panel he was genuinely touched. He seemed genuinely happy to A. B. Their new perspective perspective. He was. He seemed excited to talk about star. Wars like he seemed appreciative of the fans navy at changed him. I wonder if it did. I mean it's a scary thing to happen. I'm sure it must have. Yeah I can't believe you talked about it. Yeah I tried to make jokes about it. You did yeah because I I don't know why I thought that would be funny. God then he didn't find it. Funny I you know where you're like. Why Hi why have I done that Harrison? For sometimes there's nervous energy and you kind of want to you. Know he was talking about it in kind of casual way which led me to believe..