35 Burst results for "Kate"
Tatum scores 31, Celtics beat Pistons for 4th straight win
"The Celtics own a four game winning streak after Jayson Tatum jaylen Brown and Sam howser carried them to a one 28 one 12 victory against the pistons Tatum had 31 points and 5 assists scoring 16 in the first 5 minutes of the third quarter and 26 after halftime Brown finished with 30 points and 7 rebounds We got a lot of options a lot of threats And so far we've been you know for the most part it's based on the floor The Hauser added a career high 24 points off the bench Jade and ivy had 19 points and ten rebounds in Detroit's fourth loss in 5 games Kate Cunningham was one of 11 from the field and scoring a season low four points I'm Dave ferry
Hurricane Nicole forms; Florida awaits rare November storm
"A rare November hurricane will make landfall overnight along Florida's east coast The last November hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. was Kate 37 years ago Hurricane Nicole has top sustained winds of 75 mph as it rolls towards floor disease coast Storm surge beat erosion has already wrecked dozens of homes and buildings Brad Reinhart with the national hurricane center says the surge runs some 370 miles along the coast into southeast Georgia From north Palm Beach to altamaha sound Georgia We're calling for peak storm surge values of three to 5 feet Disney World and universal Orlando closed early Wednesday Airports including Orlando international have closed as much as a half foot of rain from the system could fall along the blue ridge I'm Tim McGuire
Christopher Reeve Was the Perfect Superman
"Good how perfect a moment of casting was Christopher Reeve a Superman. To me what makes Superman Superman is the distinction between Clark Kent and Superman and Clark Kent to me is a kind of persona that this man puts on to seem fumbling to seem shy to seem nerdy so that people don't recognize that he's actually Superman. He can do his job as a reporter and then he can turn into Superman when he needs to. If you take away the nerdiness from Clark Kent, it's no longer Clark Kent. And I think that actually the great dean Cain was the one who kind of created the cool Clark Kent. And it's not his fault. I love dean Cain. Steve Kate Kane is great, but Lois and Clark is a different metier to use the phrase. Absolutely, but he was so dang cool in that show that they kind of change Clark Kent forever to be cool. And Clark Kent should not be cool. All the nerds in the world who want to look up to a superhero can no longer do so with Superman and I think the popularity of Superman waned after that show because Clark Kent was no longer nerdy. But Christopher Reeve was so beautifully able to both create a Superman that seemed very cool and strong and confident and a nerdy weak Clark Kent and just the way he tries to get into the elevator in that first film. A date from Lois and he's like, oh gosh, gee whiz. I tried to get the excuse me. Trying to get the elevator. I just, it's so perfect. He's so perfect.
Brady throws last-minute TD pass, Bucs beat Rams 16-13
"A week 9 come from behind win for Tampa over the Los Angeles Rams had a tinge of history to it Tom Brady led a game winning drive for the 55th time in his career which is now the most of all time Kate aughton who caught the game winning score said Brady kept the late game pressure situation cool He acts the same as in practice and it's just like we've done it before And so everyone believes everyone's familiar with the situation And so we just know we've got to go out and do our jobs In the 1613 win Brady moved to over a 100,000 passing yards in his career Eric waddell Tampa
Love, Allen lead short-handed Cavaliers to rout of Pistons
"The Cavaliers made it 7 straight wins as Kevin Love just missed a triple double in a one 1288 route of the pistons Love provided 21 points ten assists and 8 rebounds off the bench Said the tone early was huge so I think we played a great 48 minutes of basketball Obviously there's gonna be some slippages because it's gonna be some runs throughout the game but overall I think both sides of the ball we play extremely well Jared Allen scored 22 points and chetty Osman added 15 for the calves who won without injured guards Darius Garland and Donovan Mitchell Kate Cunningham scored 16 of his 19 points in the first half as the pistons lost for the 8th time in 9 games I'm Dave ferry
Ukraine's president: Mass grave found near recaptured city
"Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky has a mass burial site has been found near a northeastern city recaptured this week from Russian forces a site AP journalists have visited I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a dark forest outside izium in northeastern Ukraine wooden crosses Mark hundreds of graves some have numbers on them otherwise unmarked One bears a sign indicating 17 Ukrainian soldiers were buried there The olag Kate Ukraine's commissioner of missing persons since the number may be more like two dozen in that side alone Ukrainian forces have started excavating the sites using metal detectors in case of any explosives The Ukrainian police investigator tells Sky News a pit containing more than 440 bodies was uncovered while the deputy interior minister says evidence of torture chambers have also been found in the recaptured territory President Vladimir zelensky says as in other occupied towns like bucha and mariupol Russia leaves death everywhere in the world must hold it responsible I'm Ben Thomas
Charles III formally proclaimed king as sons reconcile
"King Charles the third has officially been proclaimed king of Britain in an accession ceremony as his sons William and Harry appear together in public Hours after the ceremony crowds cheered and called for Harry as the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex greeted the crowds at the castle alongside them was Harry's brother William the Prince of Wales and Princess Kate who also greeted the crowds as they arrived to view the sea of floral tributes left by the public in honor of the prince's grandmother It was the two couples first public appearance since the queen's death The princes and their wives were seen shaking hands and speaking with members of the public amid tribute to his grandmother on Twitter Prince William said the queen was by his side at his happiest moments but also during the saddest moments of his life William also said he knew the day would come but it will be some time before the reality of life without granny will truly feel real Karen Chammas London
JK Simmons Looks to Be Working Hard For His Possible Oscar Campaign
"Point I'm trying to make is J. K. Simmons. You know, listen, yes, he looks good for a man. He's 60 goddamn 7. My father died at 61. I'm going to be 16 a few months. I can't look that way anymore without chemical help. You know, I love the guy's a good actor. No doubt about it. I think, well, I know. He probably thinks he's in line for an Oscar nomination for playing Fred marks in being the ricardos. He was very good. That movie is fantastic. And if you got nominated, I wouldn't care because it was a great movie. And I love the movie he did when he played the music instructor with the kid with the drums. Sorry, I can't think. You know what I'm talking about? It was unbelievable that movie. Oh my God. Whiplash, whiplash with Miles Teller, Jay kids, J. K. Simmons playing the music instructor. And Miles Teller playing the drummer, trying to get things right. And J. K. Simmons is not accepting any bullshit at all with the tempo and the speed. It's a brilliant movie, and it ends on such a note that, oh my God, it's brilliant. And that is much as J. K. Simmons work. That really brought him into the forefront of everything. That movie. So either way, he thinks he's been told he feels he's heard. He's in line for an Oscar nomination for being the Ricardo's. So as people must have told him, hey, Jay Kate, get out there more, show yourself. What is it you like to do? You're a health nut, getting the gym, post pictures on Instagram. I'm not much for Instagram. JK, you've got to do it. It's the rave. Do you have TikTok? No. Get to get, that's what's happening, guys. Okay, that's what's happening. The problem is, is we've seen too much of J. K. Simmons already on those God damn insurance commercials. And nobody wants to see grandpa, you know, was a tank top on ripped to shit with great chest hair, except if those men are in their 70s, like Arnold Schwarzenegger and sliced alone, both of whom probably guided J. K. Simmons on how to properly use steroids and human growth hormone to look his most ridiculous best.
Senator Patricia Rucker Feels Tax Hikes Will Hurt West Virginia
"Senator Rucker, that's an amazing story. From Venezuela to the state Senate of West Virginia beating an incumbent Democrat to get there. Now what I got to ask you though, like me, you're a Roman Catholic. And like me, you know, Shelley Moore capital is a great senator. And Joe Manchin until yesterday was holding the line and then Joe Kate last night. Are you surprised that he came? I mean, tax hikes as a recession comes in. What do West Virginia think about that? I can not imagine that there would be any positive reaction. It is just absolutely inconceivable. And they're going to spend billions and billions and billions more in an inflationary time on green stuff that Joe said he wouldn't do. And just doesn't make sense. And especially for West Virginia, we are a state that like it or not. Has a lot of fossil fuels and it is one of the main drivers of our economy. We are diversifying, but it is still a super good paying job for the state of West Virginia. And you take the fact that they're trying to destroy that. And then you raise taxes on people who are mostly very humble, very low means very rural. Where's it going to come from? Where it's going to come from is out of all of our hides.
Truss-Sunak Debate Scrapped After Host Kate McCann Faints
"In the telegraph, there is a story on the Rishi sunak and Liz trust debate yesterday, which ended when Kate McCann, the moderator, fainted. Now, their moderators stand at the debates that I have done both in 2016 and this past year in Ohio for the Senate in Minnesota for the governorship in Arizona for the state Senate for the United States Senate and the governorship. I sat. I don't want to lock my knees in faint. I've seen choir members go down doing that. And that's what happened. She's fine. The debate was 30 minutes, but the war goes on over there. Liz truss has got the high ground. Chief for cutting taxes and regulations, Richie student act last night said me too. I'm going to cut taxes to 2.8 rashi.
Officials: 6 killed in shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois
"Is arrested following a deadly attack on a 4th of July parade in a Chicago suburb a gunman perched on the roof of a downtown building in highland park Illinois opened fire on the crowd below celebrating the city's Independence Day parade A few hours later police chief Lou jam told WFL about the person of interest His name is Robert Bobby E primo CRI MO the third Later Monday evening police arrested cremo Kate repel tells W ISN she watched his arrest from her car He said nothing he had a very smug look He was seemed to be very calm cool and collective And which
Hey Librals, Your Hypocrisy Is Showing Again
"Then he writes an interesting thing, one thing I've noticed, however, after years of reporting on climate change, the people who have devoted their lives to combating climate change keep having children. I hear them playing in the background of our calls. I see them when we zoom. Why would they do that? Did you read the whole piece? I unequivocally reject scientifically and personally the notion that children are somehow doomed to an unhappy life, Kate marvel, a climate scientist at Columbia told me. This is a classic example of they send out messages that ruin people's lives and don't live by them themselves. You're in no way
Watch Live: Johnny Depp returns to stand trial against Amber Heard
"Supermodel Kate moss says actor Johnny Depp never purposely hurt her when they dated in the 1990s as she testified in Depp's libel trial against his ex-wife actor Amber Heard I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Kate moss testified for less than 5 minutes by videolink to a courtroom outside Washington Amber Heard had referred to a rumor that Depp had pushed moss downstairs during their relationship Moss testified she had slipped on the stairs after a rainstorm in Jamaica and Depp carried her back to her room and got her medical attention Moss denies Depp ever hurt her He never pushed me kicked me or threw me down any stairs Step is suing her saying she defamed him with a 2018 op-ed piece in which she described
"kate" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"And that's why I think it's great that people share these stories because I think as people hear more of them, they'll be comfortable sharing theirs or for people like me who sometimes can find it uncomfortable to discuss this topic because I have a lot of complicated feelings surrounding it and the more stories you hear, the more stories you read, then empathy kicks in and you see this is so complicated and it's bigger than me who cares about my feelings or how hard it is. I have to discuss this because it's the right thing to do and people need this choice and the government should not be part of this choice. Absolutely. Rachel, I think you said the magic word. It's empathy. And I think, you know, there's a part of me. I'm gonna be really honest. There's a part of me that hates that people basically have to expose themselves and get into their private lives and private decisions and make it very public in order for people to understand why this is so important. But I appreciate that they do because it does evoke that empathy that we all should have for the people that, you know, are a part of our community. And on that note, let's hear from human rights lawyer, fellow podcaster and women's right expert Kate Kelly to tell us more about the surprising history of abortion. My interview with Kate is coming up after the break. Thanks for listening to the suburban women problem. We're excited to be chatting this week with Kate Kelly.
Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'
"Some big names are leaving a long running comedy franchise on NBC Where you'll have to pay close attention to the cast of characters for next season Saturday Night Live because some of those on the show for season 47 will not be there for season 48 among the comedians bowing out our Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson two of the show's biggest names the canon's been on for ten seasons Davidson for 8 also leaving 80 Bryant and Kyle Mooney It is one of the biggest cash shake ups in recent years for the show and it comes after recent seasons have seen these Saturday Night Live cast remained virtually intact I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"kate" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady
"We tell you the views, thoughts and opinions shared on this podcast belong solely to us. The people talking. And not necessarily Brady or Brady's affiliates. Please note, this podcast contains discussions of violence that some people may find disturbing. Hey everybody, welcome back to red, blue, and Brady. And welcome to what is sort of a weird cast. And not weird in the sense that we use it now, like a cool, weird thing, like an alien on a T-shirt or the Halloween costume that I put it together this year. But weird in the original sense of the word, something unnatural, something you can't wrap your head around. Because in today's episode, we're talking about what happens when the people who we love hurt us. Now, you should know me or at least my little nasally voice by now. I'm JJ, and I am of course joined by the fabulous JP. Hey, everybody. And we're joined by Kate. Kate is amazing survivor and activist and author, but she'll be talking. About a couple different things today, but she came in to do a book talk at Brady. And so I got the copy of the book and got so excited and was so ready for the book talk. I put lots of posts in it. I had lots of thoughts, and then I had to go home really quickly for a family thing and miss the book talk and was really upset. So this is wish fulfillment for me to have you back in. I don't know if you realize this, but this is purely narcissistic. Yeah, book talk number two. Yeah. So just so you know. So we're really happy. You actually get more. I know, right? I get this like one on one JP, you don't count. I'm not here. I'm just a bug on the wall. Well, you got to go to the book talk. It was great. It was great. Rub it in JP. So Kate, do you want to introduce yourself to our listeners real quick? Sure, I'm Kate ranta..
Joe Biden 'Confident' His Son Didn't Break the Law
"We're reaching a very interesting situation with regard to Hunter Biden because the question has been posed to Joe Biden about Hunter Biden and Joe Biden is essentially said a Hunter Biden did nothing wrong. Nothing unethical and number two Hunter Biden quote never made money in China. Wow. Never made money in China. Now these statements are flatly false. And yet The White House, this is the problem with being a Kate bedingfield or being a Jen Psaki, you are a sort of administration parent. And by that I mean of the administration and essentially set up is down or why it is black, you have to go out there and give reasons for why that's the case. So your job is essentially one of being the propagandist for the senile dotard and The White House. And so you've got The White House staff now essentially repeating with a straight face, Biden's brazen lies. And all of this is happening while there's an ongoing investigation by U.S. attorney David Weiss in Delaware and the media is reporting not only locally, but I've seen some national reports that Hunter Biden may well be indicted. Now, think about this. This is not only talk about this as a shock for The White House, a shock Phil Biden, well, not really a shock for Biden. Biden's shock is we got caught, what? A wall of protection somehow never worked. But think of the think of what a repudiation this would be of the media of The Washington Post, The New York Times CNN, all these people have been saying they've been first of all saying that the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation after that they said it's a non story, but I've been thinking about why The New York Times and The Washington Post have rushed to confirm the Hunter Biden laptop in recent weeks. And I think the reason is it's not because they are they've become journalistically honest momentarily. No, they're just the same deceitful snakes that they've always been, but they've realized if there's an indictment, this is gonna make us look
Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting lawmakers lawmakers say say they're they're close close on on a a bipartisan bipartisan ten ten billion billion dollar dollar cove cove it it bill bill lawmakers lawmakers on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill say say they're they're getting getting close close to to agreeing agreeing on on a a fresh fresh ten ten billion billion dollars dollars in in funding funding to to combat combat cove cove it it nineteen nineteen the the bill bill is is smaller smaller than than an an earlier earlier fifteen fifteen point point six six billion billion dollar dollar agreement agreement that that collapsed collapsed in in mid mid March March but but house house Democrats Democrats balked balked at at Republican Republican demands demands that that unused unused pandemic pandemic aid aid to to states states help help pay pay for for the the new new package package but but Republican Republican senator senator Roy Roy blunt blunt of of Missouri Missouri says says some some of of the the money money for for the the new new bill bill does does come come from from unspent unspent sources sources including including two two point point two two billion billion dollars dollars that that was was designated designated for for assisting assisting entertainment entertainment venues venues that that closed closed during during the the pandemic pandemic White White House House communications communications director director Kate Kate betting betting field field the the president president has has been been very very clear clear that that there's there's an an urgent urgent need need for for this this funding funding and and we're we're very very hopeful hopeful that that Congress Congress is is going going to to come come to to a a solution solution the the package package would would finance finance vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and tests tests and and possibly possibly money money for for vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and other other support support for for countries countries overseas overseas Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Washington Washington
McConnell Confirms He Won't Support Ketanji Brown Jackson's Nomination
"Senator Mitch McConnell announced yesterday he won't be voting for judge katon G Brown Jackson. It's pretty interesting to see the histrionics of Cory Booker. He's so, so happy. So delighted to have Kate Brown Jackson in front of him so much so that he talked about the African American woman who came up and wanted to touch him because he's actually in the same room as Brown Jackson. You know, The Washington Post, which is Jeff Bezos newspaper. Actually published an article this week. That said that the Republicans questioning of katangi Brown Jackson this week was worse than anything that they did that was done to justice Kavanaugh.
Democrats Float the Political Strategy of 'Moral Price Gouging'
"Interesting political strategy that now the Democrats are floating, which is basically moral price gouging. That they believe people are going to be happy paying higher prices. They'll be ecstatic going into debt because it's going to hold Russia accountable for what they're doing in Ukraine. Well, of course, oil prices were going up before this. This is one of the reasons why Putin invaded in the first place, oil was around 75 to $80 a barrel. Now it's hovering around a 110, a $120 a barrel. Some people are saying $300 a barrel oil, unthinkable. Well, this new CNN reporter has come out and said, listen, Americans, they're going to be really happy paying more at the pump. In fact, they're going to look at as their tithe. Their tithe against the evil Russian Empire. The same way that people bought war bonds in World War II. These people are going to be ecstatic. They're going to be cheering. They're going to be thankful that when they buy gas that they can't afford, it's going to hold Putin in check. Even though the higher price of oil helps Putin's regime. Play cut 63. But as you mentioned, people we've spoken to over the last couple of weeks, they're okay paying higher prices if it means holding Russia accountable for what they are doing in Ukraine. But these prices are likely going to creep higher Kate. We'll see how they feel in the next week or so, Kate. And the big question and the big unknown is do any of these moves change Putin's behavior change the way no, it does the opposite the higher the price, the more Putin wants to invade because then he gets to sell his oil reserves for more money. It's actually a reverse incentive. It's a perverse incentive. For Putin, because then he wants to actually invade. Stephen
"kate" Discussed on Forever35
"This book for sure. I mean, I was kind of joking when I said, well, I wasn't voting made that comparison, but the fact is, I agree with it. So on that note, we're going to take another little break. And when we come back, I have some more questions for you. Great. All right, we'll be right back. Okay, Kate. Yes. I think that the question on everyone's mind is, is there sex in the book? And what was it like to write sex scenes? Oh my gosh, I'm so glad you asked this. I've been doing a lot of podcasts and no one has asked me this yet..
"kate" Discussed on Forever35
"Okay, we have returned our guests today is the one and only Kate Spencer. That's me. So thrilled to have you on the show, Kate. Thank you so much. I've always wanted to come on. I've been a longtime listener. You've been one of our dream guests for a long time. Oh, I know. I know I've been top of the.
"kate" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Hey everyone, no new episode this week. I'm trying to space them out so that we have enough content through the new year. If you're not already giving yourself a little break, if you can, please give yourself a break. It's the end of the year. It's been a long year. This is the finish line. Try to enjoy it. I put my out of office on December 16th of last year saying that I was just done for the year. And I can not recommend it enough if you're in a position to do that. That being said, I wanted to upload a special conversation that I had this week with Kate bear our garden which overall queen. I was asked to host one of her virtual book readings at copperfield books, and we had that conversation a few nights ago. I was really honored to be asked and they said I could record the conversation if I wanted to share it with you all. So I figured I would do that. So enjoy and please remember to shop your favorite independent bookstore for Kate's book, but also any other book you're reading this season. And I'll see you next week. Is like, that is the one TikTok dance I could do because it's so slow. I thought you're right. It is the only one. The other ones, I can't think of another one that I could do. The hand one that I hate, I could never do it. The one that's like, and it's like, questions people ask me, because I'm a woman. And they're like, yeah. No, I can't do it. I can't even watch it, but yes. I know. Guys are so hilarious and cute and we've gotten so multiple attendees have said you're so friendly, quirky, you should do recurring podcasts. I almost hate to get us started here. Oh my gosh. Someone's already telling us to do a podcast. We've been here with three and a half minutes. We care about what you wish for, because anyone was watching. I didn't know..
"kate" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"I think that's a good segue to takeaways, but I think my biggest takeaway from this conversation is it's okay to have it all figured out. I think so many times we beat ourselves up that we don't know either way that if it's a yes or a dough, but I think what I'm gathering is that things change in life all the time. I even remember I'm thinking about when I was did not have any desire for a relationship to when I wanted a committed partner. It just changed. And I think this is the same. It's okay if things you go through different stages or it's also okay that you kind of just decide that you're just gonna roll with it and you aren't a 100% ready because you've acknowledged that you're never gonna be a 100% ready. And I think also the other maybe this is a little counter takeaway. But I think it's also okay to overthink this because it is a big decision. I think having children is the one decision that's not reversible. And I think it's okay to think about the different pros and cons and really weigh and come to a decision for yourself. And again, that decision could change, but feeling like you have that you're in power to make that call. We shouldn't just fall into things either. Like having that ability is not necessarily a bad thing either. Totally. And those conversations become very hard to have with people because I actually think that it's good to represent the people that don't know or a little like on the fence because there are people with really strong opinions on this topic either way to everybody choice or that have always wanted kids or have kids. And when you're kind of like wishy washy, I've noticed that people almost take it as they take my reluctance as commentary on their choices. You know, like in almost defender angle, the conversation against what their life looks like. And kind of always pressuring you to find resolve and I just don't think it's that simple. So yeah, it's a huge, huge decision, and I envy people that have more clarity, but it's also being unsure having a level of reluctance. I have no feelings to anyone else's choices. Yeah. I think everyone just needs to do what's best for them, but I've noticed my uncertainty makes other people uncomfortable. Yeah, it doesn't mean that you're going to be a bad parent or bother or just beads that you are inserted at this period of time. Right, right. I try to I try to be flexible. Like I always think about how grateful I am that 19 year old me couldn't make permanent choices for 34 years old. And I don't know. I'm just trying to not let 34 year old me projector make choices for a later version of me that has a better opinion on the matter. I feel like this conversation my some of my main takeaways are there's a major disconnect with education. We spend most of our teenage years trying not to get pregnant and talking about abstinence and then all of a sudden we're expected to make a choice about whether we want to have kids or not. Without knowing what it's like to be pregnant and also how to get pregnant. I think you said before Kate, before you just think, oh, you just get pregnant. If you don't use contraception, you just get pregnant. It's not that easy. You have to ovulate. And you have to be certain days of the month. My friend gave me ovulation sticks because she's like, you know, just in case you're ready, I'm like, yeah, I'm ready to know what days I can't have sex. Now I know..
"kate" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"And I kind of feel like there's a weird inverse relationship for people that aren't totally sure and that they need more time, but yeah, more time can affect fertility. And it just, I don't know. I think that I've always wanted them, it's just when I got to an age where it would be appropriate. I was kind of surprised that I'd never had this epiphany that you hear people talk about. That's fascinating because you've always wanted kids and you are looking for that final sign to say yes, now you're ready. I feel like I've been the opposite. I've always been unsure about kids and never really wanting them. And I've been looking for that wake up one morning and being like, yes, I fucking want kids. And all my Friends have told me that that day will never come. So maybe we can go through some of the thought processes that we've had around having kids, what made you decide that you did want to have kids eventually Kate? The biggest thing for me was having nephews and niece related to me. I do not, I'm not a super maternal or kid friendly person by nature. But when kids are related to for me my experience was a bit different and I really enjoyed kind of re experiencing the world through their lens and I love them so much. And it's always kind of been a joke in my family that I'm not in maternal like I went to my sister's kindergarten class and she told me to ask the kids to back up and I told them to consolidate their belongings. I just don't know how to talk to children. So is it confusing thing where I actually even have trouble disseminating how I always one of them or do it? I always think I would have them, which are technically totally different things. So I would say the biggest turning point in or nudge of me being like, yeah, I could really do this with having kids related to me. But then the older I got the less interested I was because it completely intersects like the peak of your career intersects with when you need to kind of start thinking about it at least in my case. And I was like, wait, so I have to drop everything. I spent my entire life trying to get these ducks in a row and then now I'm just supposed to like I said in the episode, do a cannonball into these ducks and act like none of them matter. Because women tell me, well, nothing else matters. You'll love it. You'll never look back. And I'm like, but I want this stuff to matter. I worked my ass off for this stuff. Yeah. I mean, I think that is my biggest fear for sure. And I think some of it is that I like my life currently. And I'm afraid that it will drastically change in maybe not for the better, because I think the highs are high with children, but the lows can also be really low..
"kate" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"Big question is, wanting kids, yes or no, how do we get to that decision, how should we even think about that question and we're so honored to have Kate Kennedy with us for this episode? Who is someone who has talked about this topic before? So we'll get into that, but she's 34 years old. She lives in Chicago originally from Richmond, Virginia. She is married. A pop culture commentator, author and podcast host of the show called be there in 5. Hi Kate. Hi, thanks for having me. Of course. Thanks for being here..
"kate" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Hello everyone and welcome to couples therapy. I'm naomi and i'm andy i to realize couple couple of comedian on couples therapy. We answer a couple of questions from a couple of listeners. Hell that's the vibe. That will couple couple. Yeah get the vibe. Get with the vibe okay. Got nothing reveals my age. More than when i try to like like yeah. What's the vibe on tic. talk dicta. they're like oh. I'm sorry. I didn't realize you fought in world war. Two how you doing my love. I'm doing all right. You know like it era wack once said. I'm doing all right. I'm doing right philadelphia rapper. Tara whack you. I know that philadelphia rapper. T aero whack is pretty well known well you know i'm not urban urban. No oh said more. Mabel drama will not talk about it here if you really wanna hear on the papers on the page word come it. We're crawling out of a whole feeling. Good feeling great trying to just get back right. We've got a great guest this week. Well i mean this episode is as i think the kids might say the bomb dot com. Now that's old. Would you say this episode slaps we have. You've already heard her dulcet tones. The hilarious be wonderful. Kate makuuchi k. Is one half of the musical comedy duo garfunkel and oates and she is a voice over queen her. You can now see her. The newest show is called eight twists scientists. Which is a very cute show on netflix children. Show from the creator of doc mick. Stephen's which i just really. I've always loved the name document. Stephens and i think mixed up into the little black girl so i'm into it and edema. Scientists is also young black girl very into the whole vibe. It'd be really funny. Kate voiced the kane is is i think she plays the mother of a quirky white child which is right. Yeah cates great. I mean. I think we talked about in the episode but like we went over to her and her husband's place couple months ago and it was just another one of these. She's so nice so like open and we like her and get along with her and it was just another one of those things where it's like all right. We do think a hell scape. However there are moments there are pockets. There are people that make us feel at home here. Exactly lovely people and we're like that. That is very very nice but before we get worse. Oh before we get into the episode. A couple followups of advice questions. We did now. This is the first one comes from bridgier breaches episode. Okay if you remember someone wrote in and they. They asked the question should she moved with her boyfriend right The boyfriend still lives at home. He doesn't want to pay rent. He wants he will pay a mortgage but he kind of like ran or political problem with paying rent she has. She's in a tiny apartment. he's with his. She lives yes. She lives in a garage. I probably shoulda house with a bunch of other people and she wants to move out of there just like her and her dog. So do you wanna read shia. She wrote us back after we gave our advice. Yes and here's a little update. Omg i finally got my question. Answered on this week's episode with bridge weinberger. I cried in a good way. I was the second question. Thank you so much. I appreciated the advice. I've basically followed it in the months. Since i sent that voicemail and i feel like my boyfriend and i continued the conversation entertaining taking some steps in the right direction though slowly forgot to mention the voice mail because i was so scared about running out of time but this is my first long-term relationship that i started at the age of twenty eight. I wish the garage. I lived in was like the from growing pains. Ll also if you're curious about my toy. Poodle her instagram at jingjing. The dog ex. I n g ex. I n g the dog. She's a cancer survivor. Like mabel again. Also you guys were right on the money. We are in the inland empire. It's still not that cheap. I took a swing by the way i said. Because we're like well if you're gonna move in together in los or new york or something like that right house. You're going to be waiting decades money. But you're somewhere else and i just took a swing and said yeah like what about the inland empire. Houses are somewhat affordable. they're still apparently not Just wait everyone. The commercial real estate market is going to crash soon. Indies keeps telling me that it's going to cause depression but here i think. The ripples will make a realist normal real estate residential real estate more four fingers crossed. You know figures crossed for a collapse and injure annotated all right now we have one more. Follow up nedam if you remember in the past two episodes bringing a lot of advice for blue now remember during michael crichton's episode blue sending a voice mail a married woman with kids in she and her husband very rarely have intimacy intimacy. We gave some advice. A lot of people roden with advice of which we played or read over the last couple of episodes now now blew herself. Blew herself has come to give us a follow up. And i could not be happier to heat that she. She's returning to us as being. Because i don't know what he's going to say i've listened to all right here. We go hi This is blue You both and michael siral creighton. I feel like. I never parents aren't like i wrote it down and everything and even look on google for how to pronounce it both phil. I'm not getting it. But you all responded to thoughts lead in my dilemma of the in essentially sexless marriage to man i love and committed to. This is my second. Trial was the messages. Because i feel like. I can do better than my first weird one And so he. I apologized for you on the spot about your sex stuff and sex negative and all that But so thank you for.
"kate" Discussed on Future of the American City
"I could not stay this more. Definitively is that there are only choices right. There's not an answer. Like design is gonna fix this. What i see the challenge. Moving four is our need to be able to articulate and describe the challenges and frankly the trade offs x. Sauce spurt solves the equation from the harvard graduate school of design future of the american city. Charles world where with kate orf landscape architect and founding principle of scape. Kate.
"kate" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Was. That was a lot. And i feel like for practical reasons because of the pandemic but also just for personal reasons like i. I feel like my my inclination. They are ways to kind of withdraw. And i know that's you know not uncommon healthy during pregnancy and certainly with the conditions that we have like bring it in also trying to finish this book when i'm really curious about now as we see the rise the delta variant and look at other variants coming forward and when i was writing this book we were still under the impression that once. We got a vaccine. This would all be over an hour this not and so there was something else. I wanna include or explorer again. Two things from experience one is around like how we Plan to here for each other in times of crisis in disaster because it does seem that even if we take now We are still going to be seeing the impacts of climate crisis for quite some time and Our societal our societal injustices don't seem to be you know just going. You know even though the awareness is so is so much greater. now so that's part of it like How would how might be explore these teachings as they late to navigating navigating crises. Like the one you're experiencing. Now i think i my hope is that people would would take these teachings incredibly pry them to whatever situation. They're working with. I think there's even maybe something more beer dictated there and the second thing has to do with on parenting in mothering in particular in I feel i hate when we look at some of the social political crises we're experiencing now particularly around climate. I think there is something that i would imagine. Parents might have in common regardless of their party affiliation in terms of how do we make this country in this world a place that is Safe and generative for children to grow grow up. And i would love to explore that more like what does it mean to be. You know to take to teach children about friendship to be to partner with each other in solidarity as parents and also the Demand from social systems that they allow for more support for parents. You know like i. I realize this time of mother. Ain't like wow i. There's no financial support for child care. Don't have paid maternity. Leave the high Societal expectations and Really love for there to be. Yeah to to help support more dialogue. Both around the I guess what. I'm saying is spaces where we will get knowledge that impossible task that is ahead of parents. Mothers in this space in work for the sustainability appearance through relationship and also intended those stronger relationships help us transform these systems that that make our work impossible totally. Resonates it really. Does it make sense. That you'd be immersed and really seeing sensing from the inside out the challenges and also how the teachings you've already outlined so powerfully in the book really are the groundwork but now in need to apply them to these times. Yeah yeah. Kate thank you. Thank you so much to all who are listening. Thank you for being part of this. And i hope you feel inspired to not just read the book but to explore. What does it mean in your life with people you know. People you don't know to explore developing this very Rich juicy spiritually awakening kind of way of relating So yeah i hope you'll read it and again. It's just a pleasure to be able to do this together. A thank you dear. Thank you so much star for more talks and meditations and to learn about my schedule or join my email list. Please visit tarbuck dot com..
"kate" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"I feel like it is. It's just so easy to get swept up in the urgency of the to do list and and and not think about the bigger questions like Is this what i really want. Anyway or my or my neglecting more transcendent values. Because i'm just sort of taking care of the day to day so nice people think. Oh it's not good to think about your happiness all the time. And i'm like well i to at least for me i never thought about it Because i just never step back to say like. Is there any way that i could be. Is there any low hanging fruit. is there any. Yeah just stuck within my easy reach. That i could do. Yeah 'cause i just i can't ross myself back west. I think it was maybe in the an angela. Duckworth book on grit that. I remember thinking about that question of feeling like propelled. Because i was always may be over propelled through the world and i lived in kind of like middle distance where it was always. It was always someday wasn't today wasn't quite tomorrow and and it wasn't honestly till i was so sick that i couldn't i just physics. I physically couldn't do that. That i started thinking about. Some of the questions you're describing. It was some of that. Like how do i get it. Those bigger will i have. I'm not sure. I'll have all the time in the world to get to those big questions but now that i'm a bit humbled by circumstances and you know now that i'm taking part is there a person may be. I'm supposed to that. I should be instead because not entirely sure how to live. If i'm not just doing everything that's in front of me. But i think that's why there's so much value in your work. Kate is because you've sort of been forced to think about those big questions and you can kind of take us through your thinking and your experience and then. I think that helps us to think about doing it ourselves. Yeah certainly did not want to volunteer. Unfortunately but But you but you are so good at at helping other people think through those costume. Thanks gretchen get a lot of messages from people who are just kind of simul. Were also kind of undone. Like they've lost somebody that they love or they get they lose their job. They lose a dream or there or even just like they're on a relationship ends or their kids move out and this world that they loved no longer exists and then there are so many of us are forced into a kind of reevaluation that we don't even necessarily have time
"kate" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"I would settle for one but you know just follow these five quickey steps but more often than we'd like life comes apart and what we thought was under. Our control is taken from our hands. We get sick. Our kids walk away from our love. Our parents age jobs. Don't work out. We realize we are human again. Today i'm capable are in this. Is everything happens. So if i'm not a proponent of drug control version of self-help what exactly is possible. Are we capable of meaningful change. And if so how much meaningful change. That's why i am so excited to be speaking with someone. Today who wonders to how much is in our control. How much of life is constituted by our choices and now that we're being honest is life. A project gretchen. Rubin is one of the most thoughtful observers of happiness. She's been interviewed by oprah and bid an answer on jeopardy. So you know kind of a big deal. She's the author of bestsellers like the happiness project the four tendencies and better than before which have sold millions of copies. And she has a delightful. Podcast called happier. That has been listen to over. One hundred million times gretchen. Thank you so much for doing this with me. Friend kate. I'm so happy to have the thought of you as always sometimes we can start on a path that demands like a million choices in row. Like if you wanna get somewhere better be up at six. Am and then. I'll see you in ten years if you've made every rate decision and you started down a path like that when you're just an incredibly successful person and who had to make a million choices in a row that grades probably perfect grades and then yale law and then editor of the yale law journal which is code for incredible and then clerk king on the supreme court even just saying that i wanna watch your life as a television series but then you felt like something needed to be changed. What was that turning point like for you. I came in your book. A nuclear power being human. Somebody says to you is this. Is this a calling or is this a career. Yeah yeah and you only it's and it's a claw was a calling And and i felt the call to right. So i was working as a lawyer and i certainly enjoyed my you know being clerk On the supreme court was spent past opportunity. It was while i was there. That i got the idea and i didn't even know it was a book idea when i first got it but But that is what ultimately led me to think. Well i could write a book. I went to the bookstore and got a book called how to write and sawyer nonfiction book proposal and directions so for me it was just this kind of I could no longer. Is this desire to run right like you discovered a new rule of gravity. You're like okay. I guess i move in this direction at nine point. Eight square meters down. I always think of it as being you know in starrewards where like the millennium falcon is a tractor beam. And they're like well. We have to turn off the engines because tractor beam has us like we can't. That's what happened to me. I was like. I felt that tractor being paul and i was like well. I'm either going to. I'd rather fail as a writer than succeed as a lawyer at this point. So i'd better give it my shot. Yeah i was at that point. We're so often told that we have to wait for some kind of feeling of a rival to have to take a risk like oh true retirement. I was always. I think as an academic either. I always just figured it would be like i would have some kind of feeling like i would. I would i would. My brain would have reached some kind of like peak or like this mythical break in our work schedule we always imagine like day. It's going to be better in the summer over the holidays here. What's the kids. Go back to school calm down. Yes open time as the before. My best friend. And i have a joke. Just like a phrase we use whenever we tried to ask each other like a thoughtful prompting question to be kinda like he sweetie. Maybe you could make this change in your life The kind of advice. Honestly that you give where you're like. Hey this is a this is toward you know sanity and we always go. Oh i mean in all your free time and in all your free. Time is our like Is our is our hilarious joke about the fact that the world just never seems to open up and tell us. I don't know just like give us a second to decide who we might be if we're not just propelled naturally. Yeah i know. I mean some people kind of resist new year's resolutions or or things like that but i love any kind of external prompt to stop and think Because you know whether it's a big important anniversary or You know milestone birthday. I feel like it is. It's just so easy to get swept up in the urgency of the to do list and and and not think about the bigger questions like Is this what i really want. Anyway or my or my neglecting more transcendent values. Because i'm just sort of taking care of the day to day so nice people think. Oh it's not good to think about your happiness all the time. And i'm like well i to at least for me i never thought about it Because i just never step back to say like. Is there any way that i could be. Is there any low hanging fruit. is there any. Yeah just stuck within my easy reach. That i could do. Yeah 'cause i just i can't ross myself back west. I think it was maybe in the an angela. Duckworth book on grit that. I remember thinking about that question of feeling like propelled. Because i was always may be over propelled through the world and i lived in kind of like middle distance where it was always. It was always someday wasn't today wasn't quite tomorrow and and it wasn't honestly till i was so sick that i couldn't i just physics. I physically couldn't do that. That i started thinking about. Some of the questions you're describing. It was some of that. Like how do i get it. Those bigger will i have. I'm not sure. I'll have all the time in the world to get to those big questions but now that i'm a bit humbled by circumstances and you know now that i'm taking part is there a person may be. I'm supposed to that. I should be instead because not entirely sure how to live. If i'm not just doing everything that's in front of me. But i think that's why there's so much value in your work. Kate is because you've sort of been forced to think about those big questions and you can kind of take us through your thinking and your experience and then. I think that helps us to think about doing it ourselves. Yeah certainly did not want to volunteer. Unfortunately but But you but you are so good.
"kate" Discussed on Mindfulness Meditation Podcast
"Be ocean could be daylight kwanyan could be the our awareness love in all human hearts. It's possible to imagine if you can imagine yourself delivering that offering extending whatever's in your hands towards this power this being them receive that notice how it feels to have offered ratting moment in that space aac nephew deeper to transition. The body bring fresh energy in running. Go of anything that you still tense are needed in moment. Honoring about to close practice he so much. Thank you so much kate. That concludes this week's practice. If you'd like to support the ruben.
"kate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Did not realize kate was big in grow. Grew is like being in support meeting. You only understand what each of is going through. I remember listening to your interview with bronwyn from or strongly housewives. It how she said when she learns was coming back the other house lies of passing president they rally with her because housewife like worry where they understand what each other goat route so these former grocery members have that experience and to be able to give them a platform to share with their dance and their fan base is bear experienced. I was watching television every day. Walkner what have you learned about female performers in the process. We know that you've worked with women in house wives and other television projects for for quite some time. I believe in asked. You may be in our previous interview. Like what have you learned about women. What have you learned about female performers because of this process. It's hard to be respected. As a woman in the music industry is a male dominated field. Yeah and is hard clay woman to earn the respect when she's doing all the work and wanted to paint you'll see in upcoming episode of the encore is the challenges that women face in terms of the respect that they're demanding for the milk producers in the house. And that's something that i heard rumbling. Sound back in the day. Just women having you know difficulty gaining the respect but really understanding that these women are share one common denominator and that is the destruction of the grew. All had to deal with a man. That's pretty profound yes. A man is always at the hands of the destruction of a girl group so we do research all the girl groups yet. There's a man who is the sole.
"kate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Two years on within that timeframe The i corps was not on encore but the show We had was a part of both of us so when we decided to go our separate ways of business It was agreed upon that if the show ever saw the light of day he will get a credit or so he credit for it. Yeah because of that because of the early production right so let's talk about the women. I mean they're so hilarious there so authentic. That is the beauty of women of in their thirties and forties. They are not projecting some image based on what they think will make them famous like they had very complicated full lives and they're showing up to this opportunity and really revealing things about themselves. That i think are unexpected and profound. What has that been like for you to be witness to that all guys again. I'm a fan of girl group night and we're going back to might seem eight years. You know thinking about how big of a band i was. These women and to sort of seafood are years later as grown women Some of them are mothers and have a have been and to see really give some exclusive t about their experience as And also just understanding where music is now in opening up about the challenges being women in the music industry women of color being in And the one thing that. I did not realize kate was big in grow. Grew is like being in support meeting. You only understand what each.
"kate" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"Toxic positively i think that the tyranny of gratitude where people assume that if your stuff There was an insufficiency of of gratitude. On your part for what you had. Thank god that now right there. The thing that people ask me a lot was was it in your family and you mentioned already at the top that it wasn't in your family people really want that to be true you know and it reminds me of that. Great andrew. Solomon book. That i know you love to because it was in your book club. Kate has a book club. And it's called far from the tree and it's really one of the best most compassionate empathy building books. I've ever read. Turn me around on so many things and it's just these stories really well researched stories. He's a beautiful writer about kids. Who are very unlike their parents and then what people do with that difference the way they it away or try to explain it. Yes that's exactly right and this emphasis on narrative like kelly. I'm gonna need your cancer to fit into a story. I'm gonna tell about you. Yes gimme or genetic yeah. I remember that counselor. I could feel how desperate she was. There was just like keep going on this family tree like she's ask me like my my great great uncle. I'm like i don't even know like me. I had one. Maybe it's like something i'm half remembering. I don't know what he died of. But joe he was so desperate to get to a branch on that tree that she could circle with a red sharpie and say there it is there. It is yeah. I think we are heat seeking missiles for story like that and even scientists. Yes yeah even. Scientists are looking for a rationale but the fact is that science is its own religion and it has its own sets of beliefs that are upturned all the time because there wasn't a compelling family history and i'm always being scanned i have such a rare cancer and where cancer cohort that. There's not enough people like me. And so there's a really strange cruelty to the way that.