35 Burst results for "Kate O"
Why Is Kyle Rittenhouse Charged With First-Degree Murder?
"Let me ask you, I never understood this and quite honestly, we did a Kyle rittenhouse story 6 months ago talking about how I don't understand how these charges can be. What is he charged with first degree murder? That's right, two counts. How is that possible? It's an altercation. I mean, first degree murder is where you're like, I'm going to murder this person and go to their home with, you know, not some sort of bar fight going wrong. Yeah, so you're right, actually, that would be what you're talking about would potentially be either voluntary manslaughter. Yeah, that's what I never understood about this. War second degree murder because it was more indiscriminate. What they're saying is that the prosecution's argument is, is that Kyle rittenhouse brought his gun because he intended to murder these VLM protesters and that he had a vengeful intent. Now, what's interesting to me is that the prosecution just a few minutes ago before I came on the show, just rested in this case after about a week and a half of testimony. They did not present a single shred of evidence. The Kyle rittenhouse showed up with intend to hurt anyone. But this is what I can understand is that the judge, the pretrial arguments because this is just you have months to submit, you know, motions to dismiss. You're trying to tell me no one looked at this and say, wait a second. You're charging a guy who got in an altercation was, by the way, the guy that Kyle rittenhouse killed in self defense was like a child rapist or something, right? He was like a child pedophile or something? Is that right? Multiple count child rapists and honestly the I'm not saying he deserves to die because of it, but let's just details of those Kate that case if anyone wants to see it, it's absolutely. This is not Gandhi, okay? What is actually relevant? What's actually relevant to this is that he had just been released from a hospital where he was being held on a psychiatric hold, and we're told that he's been on and off anti psychotic medication, including seroquel. If anybody knows anyone who's been on that spectrum or takes that type of medication, this is very, very powerful medication. I think he killed him, right? He's dead? Is that right? He's dead, yes. Okay. But throughout this whole process, I failed to understand how this could possibly be presented in premeditated terms. And I thought to myself, maybe they have text messages of Kyle saying something with intent, maybe they have there's no such evidence,
Terry McAuliffe Caught Lying in CNN Interview and Political Advertising
"As I was saying if I was rudely interrupted by the clock Kate Bolden is a CNN host In term of colors on her show today mister producer seriously will he reach out to turn the call and tell him I would like to interview him Just give it a shot She wants to know why do you talk so much about Donald Trump Cut 13 go But Terry to my question do you think do you view your only path to success Because it is a clear choice that you talk about Donald Trump so much Do you see your only path to success here is making this Terry mcauliffe versus Donald Trump No I haven't met most of this campaign If you look at my advertising look at one of your long edge during the break I'm hearing Virginia I just watched it on Fox And it was all about Trump And it was all about junk and if junkins governor he's going to prevent women from having abortions Now this guy's a low life He's an absolute lowlife Glenn youngkin is never indicated that and Glenn young couldn't do it if he wanted to no governor can do that None None Regardless of my personal feelings no governor has the power to overturn the Supreme Court Just the way it is So McCallum is a liar
Terry McAuliffe Wants to Turn Virginia into Maryland
"So here's my call Go ahead Huge differences Kate in this campaign I'm for raising the minimum wage to 15 bucks and for paid family medical leave I'm for paid sick leave All right So he wants the state taxpayers To pay for paid family leave and he wants the small businesses to raise the minimum wage He wants to turn Virginia in Maryland And what's going to happen here is I already see it as people are leaving this state This state is changing It's becoming an appendage certainly the northern part of the state of the federal government Where you have a combination of federal contractors federal bureaucrats and big tech AOL has a massive presence In Northern Virginia in fact 80% of all Internet traffic flows through loudon county Virginia believe it or not You see these massive windowless massive windowless buildings Several football fields long one after another after another after another Sure the communist Chinese have been targeted that But that's what this election is about in Virginia too Fundamentally altering
Dan and Mark Meadows Know How to Thwart Cancel Culture
"We're talking to Mark Meadows former chief of staff to president Trump former congressman from North Carolina is an upcoming book called the chiefs chief check it out available on pre order and don't worry So I'm not going to let them cancel here We're going to have you back in the day the book's release or that week I am if they cancel you in one spot we'll just push it to another spot for sales It's just a beach ball underwater So don't worry about that There's no chance That means a lot And honestly the publishers Dan you get this The publishers I went with actually had been canceled from two of the biggest publishing houses Kate hartson Luis Burke Simon Schuster and another well-known publisher had been canceled And that's why I went with them We're not going to let the left win So with Friends like you I can't help but succeed Yeah I mean listen anything they cancel I just create an alternate tech platform I mean they tried to cancel us by demonetizing us on YouTube I got involved with rumble you know they booted us with Twitter I went over to parler that I heard people get canceled for books I started a book publishing thing So I put my money where my mouth is I don't know what that surprised me a bit So thank you for being a friend to the conservative movement
How a Texas School Board Tried to Silence Minister Jeremy Story
"The larger narrative it seems to me is that as a result of what's happened in the country over the last couple of years, we are noticing that school boards are not what we thought they were. They are places of tremendous power, local power. And the people who run them are not doing the job that they're hired to do. This is a particularly horrific example. It's an amazing example. You have 7 kids. You've got skin in the game. You care about the schools in your area. And you are doing your duty as a father and as a minister to try to bring some light to a monstrous sounds like criminal situation. And for that even gets worse. You go ahead. I went to another school board meeting after they carried me out of that one. Which they had no right to do. They literally carried me out while I was making public comments. And before I even got to the stand, the board president tried to keep me from speaking. This is a normal public comment period where they had called me up. And I was testifying and they literally drew me off the stand. The video is all there. But the worst part is I went to another board meeting a month later. And they had stationed police officers outside the doors of the board meeting to guard the doors and they were not letting parents in, which is a violation of the Texas of a meeting Zack. They had taken a 375 person seat auditorium, taken all the seats out of it except for 18 and told people if you did not sit in one of those 18 seats. You were going to be
Minister Jeremy Story Was Arrested for Disorderly Conduct at a School Board Meeting
"Welcome. I have an important story to share with you very important. A number of years ago, I got to meet a friend, Jeremy story here in New York City. He's now a minister in the Austin, Texas area. He wrote me about something that's going on there with regard to school boards. As you know, this stuff lights me up infuriates me sickens me as an American, what is happening. And so I thought, let's get Jeremy on to talk about it. So Jeremy welcome. Thank you for having me today Eric. I appreciate it. Well, I'm glad that you wrote to me. So tell us the story. I mean, the short version is is that I was arrested by a school board unlawfully in order to silence me from speaking. Today, nationally, we hear stories about violent parents and the Biden administration coming against them. But in actuality, there's also another side of that story. And I am that story, as well as another gentleman in our district who was an army captain who was arrested as well. Basically what we were speaking out against Eric was, and what I was speaking out against was I'd been I'd seen how our superintendent was hired in June by a violation of the Texas open meetings act, which means that the several of the board members coordinated behind the scenes to hire the superintendent, which is a fence that carries prison time. And because I spoke out on that, then I was contacted by a lady who explained to me that she had been assaulted by the superintendent. She had been she was pregnant with his child, and he had tried to assault her when she refused to have an abortion. Because he was wanting her to cover up his illicit affair with this woman. And so when she wouldn't do that, he went over to her house and according to her assaulted her. He threatened her via text message prior that he was going to take care of the child if she wouldn't take care of it. And then when she tried to go to the school board to get some help, two school board members tried to help her, the other 5 who had voted for the superintendent ignored her in a couple of them actually notified the superintendent, which then precipitated the assault the
Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court
"I'm talking to my friend Jenna Ellis about the news of the day. We're talking about fear mongering. We're talking about vaccine mandates. Can you give us an update since you know a lot about the Supreme Court on what lies ahead? Because it is interesting to have a majority of people that we would consider actual constitutionalists. What do you suppose will happen in the next term? Yeah, it's going to be really fascinating. The new term started October 4th and there are already a few cases on the docket that are going to be argued into November and December that are going to have huge implications on religious liberty on abortion in the United States and on the Second Amendment. They've actually taken up the first Second Amendment case since 2008. And the District of Columbia versus Heller decision. So that'll be interesting and before we get into a couple of these cases, you mentioned, you know, we actually have a majority that are constitutionalists. Well, first, I hope so. And I don't categorize justice Roberts at all. Oh, I was talking about. So we hope to make me laugh. Have at least a 5 four. But what a lot of people say is, well, you know, you're just as activist than as the Democrats. We know that's not true because wanting a conservative majority means we actually understand what the judicial branch is designed for, which is to hold accountable the two political branches and to make sure to preserve and protect our world. Look, we've gotten trapped into this kind of language. The fact of the matter is, if you are not a constitutionalist and originalist, in my mind, you're an
The Bidens attend wedding of nephew and "Real Housewives" star
"President Biden has watched his nephew get married before returning to the White House after spending the weekend at their Delaware home the president and First Lady venture to his sister's house about a dozen miles away in Pennsylvania for the wedding of cough in sandy Megan o'toole Kate always uses the son of the president sister Valerie king starred on the real housewives of Orange County and it shared a picture of her and wins last month on Instagram writing meet my man she was previously married to baseball all star Jim Edmonds Sager mag ani
"kate o" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Know that any of my boyfriends are really like my parents. What am i saying. No not really not no no no not at all not you at all anything that you know nothing will make you run into a white man's arms like an absent black dad office. It said i wanna dis man. Who goes. Stay andy beckerman. I don't know. I know that we're in the middle of a figuring out listening to these questions but i know this is a simple question. I don't know how did you guys meet at the. Ucb theater in new york city upright citizens brigade where the uc four took the herald developed by dell gross. So we weren't doing it. We were. We were putting the lottery team where they picked students from different levels. And so that's where i met. And then we sorta became friends from there and then allow time. Yeah g. chattel a lot and that is where it all began. But yeah but i like we were just in the right. It was the right time. Well no the first. Six eight months was tumultuous being open to like weather whether the tumult whether the typhoon the typhoon right to eventually be on the calm seas of love you love metaphor today the calm seas of love. But yes i think. Yeah we were both like again like in that in that mode to have an actual relationship to work at it right like i think we're kind of close to becoming who we want it to be right because i think we both met in the setting where we were trying to like pursue these dreams. It's like he. Andy only knows me as a comedian. You know what. I mainly know the before times and that is in a way. Clean slates not the right word but just kind of like. You're getting me as close to who. I want to be in your in your power as you said stepping into your power right like kate when you met jake you were like you. Twenty sixteen rights teen fifteen somewhere around there. I know what tiny seventeen. I dunno more already established as a creative person as someone with a career so there was no kind of like you kind of knew you were as a creative person at that point and i think also jake was as well and i think that was also really nice for us to both be like. Oh we're we're doing the thing that we dreamt of doing and it's going okay definitely. Yeah and even other you to lead to this one. This comes to us anonymous from instagram. Direct message right hi. I love the podcast. I have a question. I'm a twenty four year. Old woman have never been kissed slash dated anyone. I feel more and more weird. This is picked by the way before. I knew anything like gosh. I'm like oh yeah here we go. This was before. I knew anything it was so i just wanted that out there. I feel more and more weird about this. Because i spent most of the pandemic eight to nine months quarantining as the third wheel with my identical twin sister and her boyfriend. I used to be okay. With being a single late-bloomer. I have had bad social anxiety slash panic disorders and it took me twenty. Two years to slowly inch towards overcoming some of it than lockdown happened. Starting to worry that it'll be i'll be alone forever. My parents were married at my age. Is it too late for me. Who would want to date someone with no experience. Am i damaged goods forever thanks. You are not damaged goods. You can answer say that. It's so true this i'm excited is this is. This is a girl we. Yeah yes yes she. I'm excited for her. I think that this is like a great. This is a great time. I really. I was twenty three twenty four when i started dating. I totally relate to her. And first of all you've got plenty of time you've got a whole lifetime ahead of you for dating and and i think just trust that before wasn't the right time and you and also trust that you were coming into your own before the pandemic i think. Unfortunately it really threw us all for a crazy loop and linga was saying earlier while i forgot how to host my house. Sort of like you know. We're learning how to sort of get back into the swing of things but in some way that's kind of great because if everyone sort of feeling that and you're already feeling that it sort of puts you in the same situation that a lot of other people are in and also trust that you will find somebody who who likes you for who you are and it won't really matter that you've never dated before and then it'll be just an exciting new thing for you and yeah i mean when i when i finally started dating i was like here. Go and i really. I went out on dates with a lot of people. Like i wasn't like i mean a lot and you know three or four five in summer. Maybe you know. But like i was i was feel at all out and you know there is no. There's time line. There are no rules and just go at your own pace i think and and also just do the things that feel comfortable. I think with dating often when you're starting out especially when you're in your twenty s and you feel like everybody's been doing this for five ten years that you just have to know that like you you're on your own path and and it's going to happen in the right time. Okay absolutely i agree. I think it's also so important to okay. Here's the thing to yes. I mean we're all in this space. Now we're we're kind of relearning how to get out there and if anything you've got more tools in place because you work to overcome anxiety and panic disorder like we're now in your world sister girl so you have your own and you know how to kind of work through some of this. I also think some of this feeling. You're having i can imagine that it is exacerbated by living with a fucking couple another couple. Of course you feel like what's wrong with me. And i don't have it especially when the person in the couple. It looks exactly like yeah. That was that was in my head. Where i'm just like. Oh you're watching a version of yourself. Yeah yeah date. Yeah and i have to imagine that is a mind. Fucking subway right. Especially if you're overcoming your own social anxiety right and then you see this president is like. I don't know how long they been together. And so maybe you think how come. My identical twin was able to do this quickly. And i've had to struggle and it goes back again to what kate said like being on your own path and also we're talking about people having more experience and stuff i you know i was not somebody who dated in high school at all. I did get a boyfriend freshman year of college and we were together for most of that first year and then adeboye friend sophomore year most of that first year and that's a lost my virginity to look nineteen where i thought oh and even then i thought i was so much older than other people and it wasn't even really but it's like looking back i don't i don't regret what i would have what i would imagine were bumbling awkward times of sex and dating with teenage boy and i think also knowing mapra now the and you hear wonderful writer who's talking about anxiety and panic. There's things that maybe you couldn't have managed at seventeen eighteen and nineteen. You know what. I mean like i think of i. I always joke that. If i had actually had a boyfriend in highschool i would have been sixteen and pregnant because i was someone who was so thirsty for man and wanted to be liked. That could fully see myself like just having sex with some boy. 'cause he was like i love you and next thing you know for the best for the best that i didn't get into all that when i was younger you know and so data's are grown ass woman and you get to date other adults people who might even be able to pay the bills exciting much better than trying to go on a date when nineteen which is basically..
"kate o" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"So yeah working on it in therapy. But you guys if you have any normal constructive Rooted in love and kindness wave to maybe stop talking process. And and you know maybe give me some some breathing room Some ways to homely Say that i. I can't listen that'd be great And if this resonates as you if you have your own life stories similar to this that'd be great Probably not though because crazy thing all this out loud helping dino love the show. I really like her. She's and isn't it funny. How we oftentimes find our parents in our relationships like she hurt her if she sang her girlfriend is like her mom where they both is. That did i you. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. It is funny how we find that again. I don't. I know you had to be like i can't listen to this anymore. Like just really saying directly or you could also just put on headphones. No no no. She's asking if there are ways that are healthier than the ways that she's doing get a mannequin. And you get a wig. That looks like your hair. And you put glass sunglasses on it. And you just roll in that mannequin when the when the monologue starts and you go and watch some tv. I wish that was the case. Or those stickers get those is stickers you could put on your eyelids you close your eyes but it looks like your eyes are yes but i think it is. You're saying like hey. I can't listen to this or like i mean i don't i don't mean because what else would you say you'd be like. Hey like i. Just can't i can't i can't take you unloading on me for however yes is going to be and it seems like that's what you would have to say and i think that's that's the issue is like they're they're weighing her down like i feel like yeah. I don't know how i mean. This is a really tough one. Because she's really she's asking. What's the polite chile to do this. And i don't know i got an idea. Set a time with your girlfriend where you think you can talk about these things or or listen so basically being like i. I can't listen to this right now. Can we talk about it like at x time date. Pick a specific time. Like don't you say later. Say hey you know what like. Let's say two pm you know. I'm gonna. I'm gonna get my head right and then i'll be able to listen to you that way. It's not just like floating off in the ether. And it's actually either to the timeline and i wonder was it. Was she saying that. It's stuff involving their relationship. Or is it just whatever's happening in this person's life but she's just whatever's happened. Yeah because i mean. I think i think that's a good idea like you could even almost like like have a jar and you could write down the things that you need to get off your chest and then put them in the jar and then like at two pm or whatever time if when you pick it out of the job. You're still feeling that passionate about it often. Sometimes it's just time and then you're like oh i'm fine. I don't need to talk about this anymore. So because it is unfair of someone to just unload all of their shit on another. I unless unless the other person's down which can be really exhausting. I don't this. This is a tough one because you wanna do it out of love. Yeah but i think it's also like explaining you. I think the key to when we say something to someone. Like i need you to do this or i don't like when you do this. I think it's important to really kind of say why. Meaning like when he you unload on me. I find it really overwhelming jarring and especially when it comes out of nowhere because it just kind. Of like hijacks day or takes up time. I think it's setting that up. I write kind of explaining the way it makes you feel and then for that reason can we like can we. Can we talk about this tonight. At eight o'clock after we've had dinner and things were kind of mellow right. Can we talk about this over the weekend. Or isn't something i can help you with some sort of some loading and they don't want advice to fix it but because this isn't something i can help you with Is there anyone else you can talk to about this. You know what i mean like. Yeah like that and see if that can sort of pivot and it's also very key to do this before the monologue starts. You cannot interrupt. It wants the train is out of the station. Honey and is chugging along so you gotta make sure you're kind of setting up before you could put some dynamite on the tracks of your lonzo. Well dynamite then. Everyone's did and so. That's not what you wanna do. I'm just saying look if if Her girlfriend and her mom are receptive to this and understanding. There could almost be like a little saying or something that they she says to say. Hey like you're starting to do this. And we've agreed that we're gonna do this at a different time. You know like this is. This is the first thing that came to my brain and it's bad but too much talkie. I gotta walkie like you know. That's just like that. They would be. You're right. I starting on this train. I'm gonna stop and we will talk at eight o'clock tonight after dinner like if they're understanding about it i think i think also just expressing that emotionally. It's too much for her to take on every time you know too much. It's very time consuming so it is absolutely hey. Put that baby on a shirt too much sake time to walk. I could see. I could see that one of your drawings and then that run underneath them. I can see it in my head. It's very very present there. Yeah yeah. I think the other thing like it's like letting you know what maybe you can handle and like what is something for your friends to talk to like. I think there was a nam. You you have had. I don't know about this anymore but you did have a tendency to unload everything on me. I still do in the pandemic i mean. I'm a real external external thinker talker. I'm really just put it out there. But over time i think you have learn to like sense when i can and cannot handle it when i'm going through my own stuff and can't and don't have the room and then be like. Oh well i do have friends that can talk to about this stuff. Yes and maybe it's like talking to your girlfriend about or your mother want to open up the door to that room of hornets like hey. This is This is maybe not a thing that i can deal with. Maybe this is something. Suzanne can deal with And then you bring out that mannequin. That you've named susan okay. I think we just saw that. Absolutely kate did you. Did you find like parts of your parents and jake was that. Were there certain things that you felt are. Let's call them. Resonances rhymes ryan no. I think it's funny. Because i've wondered about this i think i i guess i'm probably more like jake's mom in some way that i think i he's found his mom in me And then my dad is also very organized and and has a place where everything is very clean and jake is that way so i think i think that aspect for sure but Yeah i know. I can go back and other than the few well. I don't know that any of my boyfriends are really like my parents. What am i saying..
"kate o" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Sorry fan site got it got it. So so yes so she had to. I mean who can blame her. Kate you said you didn't date till after college. That miss speaker was a really after college. Yes i mean. I think i went on a handful of. I don't know if they were even dates. I would i would. I was never afraid to ask a guy like hey do you wanna go get food or something. I don't know if they saw those dates. Because never did they lead to a smooth or anything so i think i was just kind of always hopeful and like just like oh maybe this is a day but no i. I didn't really. I mean i think i went out on a few dates in college that were actual dates. That like this guy asked me out and then and we did smooch but it was such that such. That was one time. When i was twenty. Maybe and then a really didn't start dating. Till i was like twenty three twenty four and then i jumped in hard shopping. I mean obviously graduate college often. You know colleges where you think you're really so in those. I'm unattended but what was it about those couple years after we're you living in new york or la or la. So i went to. I think partly. I went to three different colleges. One being penn state berks which is really close to where andy grew up. And then i went to keystone college which was In northern pennsylvania. And i got an art degree a two year degree. They only had at the time a two year program and then i transplant. It took a semester off. And i went to hawaii and i lived on my knuckles porch and i slept in a really big chair and it was a great thing for me. Yes and my payment to them. Was that i watered all of their banana plants and pineapple plants every morning and i did all the dishes and they were just so sweet to house. Basically as i was lost. And didn't know what i wanted to do and i was putting myself through college so i think it's such an expensive decision and i just wanted to make the right one. And then while i was there i decided to go check out loyola marymount university which is here in la and i ended up transferring there so i think partly because i was moving around i never really settled in bound to a groove or had the confidence to date maybe and then was also super focused on school. I think too. Because i was paying for it. Wanna blow this. And then and i'm a very conscientious. I just found my journal from when i moved here. Because it's been twenty years. I just had my twenty year anniversary being la. When i moved here for college and there was One journal entry where i got an a minus and the teacher so many kids in the class i had failed or gotten really poor grades and she wanted everyone to have a chance again to get a better grade and in my journal i wrote that i went up to her afterward and said please try again to get a better grade. And she didn't that. I was joking. She's like you've got an a minus. What are you talking about. And i was like well. There's still room for improvement. That kind paints the picture of who i was in college and I wasn't really focused on dating again. But then i congratulated and i was living this really cool house in the pacific palisades which with a bunch of college friends which is much longer story but it was really really fun and this house was what we called it. The boogie nights house. It had like a waitress sixties wallpaper. And you know it kind of like our house. Now but the grander in the sense that it was. You know it was more of a big palisades feeling house and had a you know. Just really decorative Just even the water stick it in the bathroom had like a little fairy sitting on a you know is just like really decorative and cool and sixties and we lived there for a while and it was while i was there that kind of was like. Oh we'd have people over and party is it was i got to be more of a normal twenty-three-year-old but Yeah it took. It took a second. How are you feeling those parties. I remember at that time. I was very uncomfortable at parties. And i it. I was there because i'm like why have to meet a woman. That's why i'm going to this party right. If i was in a relationship than i liked didn't care about parties. I either didn't want to go. Where i was there and i would just off with friends but like if i was not coupled up i was like this is why i'm here. This is the only reason why i could be at home watching scrubs. Why am here. Why year i hear you. I'd always be very uncomfortable. And just i would feel like the outsider. And i would just like leave as soon as i could most of the time and i didn't go to many parties at all none really in college but it was after college and living in this house and living with really cool roommate so i i loved and we. They just threw a huge party. They fixed a What do you call it. Like a foam machine lake onto the roof and and so there was like a phone party in the backyard. And i had invited. I always had crushes. I invited five guys. I had crushes on that. Yes and they all showed up and it was amazing. And then like i remember. This night was a great night. And i was just like oh i feel like i'm in one of those movies like movie parties like a party watch and i finally felt like i was doing it and then like i was like. I'm going to be so cool and i was like. Hey everybody i'm making pancakes and made pancakes the party for whoever wanted them. Chocolate chip pancakes. And i thought i am nailing this. That sounds amazing Like the most perfect party ever if there was a pancake option at a party. I'd be in just dogs and some real good food. And i'm in heaven. I later the next day woke up and there were like random people sleeping on the floor. Which i think is a sign of like a real party. When you're twenty something and then the the cops didn't show up just to say to be quiet Which i think is also a sign of a successful college party and then i had heard that there really drugs happening..
"kate o" 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.
No. 14 Michigan rips Wisconsin 38-17; Badgers' Mertz injured
"Cornelius Johnson caught both of Kate McNamara's touchdown passes as fourteenth ranked Michigan whipped Wisconsin thirty eight seventeen at Madison the Wolverines scored twenty five straight points after badgers quarterback Graham Mertz and tight end Jake Ferguson suffered chest injuries in the third quarter Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh like their effort to solve all three phases today that's really pleased with that published a tough physical team I thought he played really physical and imagine every bit highly touted freshman quarterback J. J. McCarthy also played and had a one yard TD run plus a fifty six yard touchdown pass to Dylan Baldwin merch was eight of fifteen for one hundred fifteen yards and a TD for Wisconsin I'm Dave Ferrie
California's Eviction Moratorium Ends On Thursday
"Starting tomorrow a moratorium on evictions ends in california it was in place because of cova but now millions of tenants are wondering. What's next for them. Here's kate wolf from member station k. Q. e. d. after eighteen months of protections. Legislators say there isn't political will to extend the eviction moratorium but people won't be kicked out right away as the deadline approaches. California governor gavin newsom points to a grace period in the expiring law for low income tenants who apply for rental assistance. They are addiction. Protections that deny any court action to appear that extends through march thirty first of twenty twenty two however according to census data from this month over nine hundred thousand californians. Feel not at all confident that they will be able to pay. Rent this october lawrence crawford and his wife. Vanessa are among them. Before the pandemic vanessa worked in a salon and lawrence was a restaurant server. They've been struggling to with trying to get unemployment from the state. We're driving yourselves kinda like you know. Take care of trying to work but it costs money to do all these things. My unemployment's not there. The to live in downtown san jose with their son after months of struggling to pay their rent in piecemeal they applied for the state's rent relief program this summer but they haven't received anything and rent is coming. Do you pay by the fifth. And i don't think we're going to have it. So they'll probably start the eviction process in all they. Oh twenty three thousand dollars in background. Technically since the crawford's are still waiting for rent relief. They can't be evicted yet. California has only given out a small percentage of the seven point. Two billion dollars it set aside for aid state and local governments have been extremely slow to distribute the funds but a spokesperson with a state agency overseeing the process says it's speeding up. Meanwhile both renters and landlords are feeling the
'SNL' returning with all but one incumbent cast member
"Saturday Night Live returns this week with most of its cast intact I marquees are letter with the latest back then it is the only one not to return to Saturday Night Live this season there was some question as to whether eighty brands Kate McKinnon Cecily strong Kenan Thompson and Pete Davidson would return but they will be included in the cast of sixteen plus by future performers one Wilson will be the first to host this Saturday for the forty seven season of SNL Kacey Musgrave will be the musical cast
After Mandating Masks Outdoors, Oregon’s Active COVID-19 Cases Increased 73%
"August twenty fourth. The mayor of oregon kate brown instated a state masking requirement. The requires everyone five years older regardless of vaccination status to wear a mask or face covering or shield in outdoor spaces if they're less than six feet apart from individuals not in their household. Well guess what they've had an increase of seventy three percent cases from the day. The governor announced the outdoor mask requirement. Now understand cases merely means a positive test. An active case doesn't necessarily mean. The person is significantly ill but it leads to wonder. If if you've got a wildly draconian mask mandate five years older older. You got to wear a mask outside. And active cases increased by seventy three percent riddle. Me this batman. What does that say about masks.
"kate o" Discussed on Future of the American City
"And through publications recognition of your work. Broadly and it's interesting to hear you pause and reflect on that notion that will were not simply a part of the solution but in fact you know we are embedded in these larger societal structures. I'm wondering if the the work you're doing across the south You know you mentioned Louisiana georgia florida. Is this a part of a strategy. Is this simply where the projects are. Is this a kind of pivot in your work. Because for my point of view of course you were always practicing. You know nationally and internationally. But but i'm just struck by the concentration the number of different projects in various cities. I should fully disclose at this point. I'm a native floridian myself. You're working in the panhandle. And pensacola of course was news. They're widely widely reported. But i wonder like thinking about it now from a little bit of distance. Is this a part of an overall strategy with senior colleagues escape. Or how do you find yourself in these communities. At this moment. In time. I do too. There was a moment in time. Where i felt that i mean personally i also when my children were young younger and so on like just buried deeply tied to the new york region. And you know. I've written essays and edited books around. Like what i learned from me are basically you know in a funny way have been served my essay in whatever that was two thousand four was on this kind of pairing of central park in jamaica bay and i kind of came at an essay mike okay. There's not a lot. I can learn from central park at this moment. There's a lot that i can learn from jamaica bay and basically ever since i've kind of looked to jamaica bay as my personal motherlode if you will like always going back to it for inspiration or just understanding is even within this the salt marsh on the edge of town if you will the edge of new york. There's so much to be learned from this socio natural coupled kind of ecosystems. And so you know there was a certain moment in time where after you know the lessons of sanity were kind of applied and and we had some a lot of like sort of built work in the adaptation space that it was very clear that although it's not a one to one translation but so many of these lessons could be brought to bear in other contexts to that combined with the idea of opening an office in new orleans which we have this really cool storefront space in a warehouse district and has asserted let at that that kinda drive to work. American south many people of course have income to know your work in the context of that are horizontal thinking about your relationship to the non human. Let's say the idea of four grounding the non human actors in these spaces and both as agents of regeneration and environmental recuperation but equally as forms of social engagement of the idea of you know the the non human species a place to kind of connect whether it's through citizen science or with school children with a range of different audiences. I'm interested in this. Turn in your work with respect to. We've called the social. The the sociocultural and i wonder to what extent you find the differences in these places that you're practicing the cultural nuances specific histories To what extent is that challenging as a context to work. And do you feel even beyond your work escape thinking about our profession as you've described it like do we have better tools now to be able to engage with Citizenry are fields..
"kate o" Discussed on Future of the American City
"He was african. american man. Who there was a capsized boat in the mississippi river and he rode out to save them in his own life to save others in berry choppy waters so it was a kind of a hero. What would you call like an everyday hero. So after we came back to the project it was like with these new is and so we essentially re looked at the entire plan we diversified the access. Lee knitted back into the edges of the of the city and engaged the astros gates the artist. In what i would call like a much more holistic. Look at the whole picture and so working with studio gang in with the astros gates. I feel like i was personally at least able to work through. Of course escape. We you know kind of examined our own practices and so on but was able to kind of work through what this means as a design rate as a designer. And how can we literally in the parkway out and through working with the astor to re You know reset and and kind of center the legacy townley in the park. We're kind of able to grapple with with some of these challenges in in a very direct way through the design. The redesign of the park and the cookie boone and and others have used. This term is departure. Fee knows number journal articles. You know been reading those but baz. Nowhere more true than memphis where you have very wealthy people on the top of the bluffs. Then you have African american or Is or underserved. People in that had repeated flooding or at with no access to parks so so. I'm pretty excited about tom. Lee and i'm pretty cited out the way. A park is now no longer. Just thought of is like at park for downtown. But it's really something that's stretching alongside the riverbanks in back in into these kind of kennedy access points along its length. This is the context of memphis which is over sixty percent black population of a majority minority city. If you will and in some ways representative of the new south broadly a city that had an important historic role not only in the river in its economy but also in the cotton economy and in the enslavement of human being. So in the story of tom lee. We have somebody who as you say. Risk their own life to save thirty people in the context of this nineteen twenty five capsizing of the of the norman and the astor's work is sort of interpreting that way. His work is kind of changing this understanding of the monument. It's something that's looking very forward. It's looking at at participation is looking at you know. I kind of think about the project that he's doing. It's like okay. How can we find the timely. In all of us through the series of of spaces in a series of engagements and interactions. So it's a sort of a new very forward-looking take on what is memorial that is trying is capturing that memphis of the future are looking toward a memphis You mentioned your partners. You know your collaborators. Genie gang yesterday gates both chicago notably you. Also of course have local collaborators. I'm sure a a host of people that you're working with who in memphis or your with. We should be aware of well. The champion of the project is really carol. Coletta and out. Obviously we have a big design team in many many consultants and so on the mayor's office and others you..
"kate o" 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.
Building the Next Napa Valley In the HIMALAYAS With Wine Expert Michael Juergens
"Lot of people have dreams like i have dreams. Kate has dreams. People listening to this podcast. They have dreams. But there's a difference between having dreams and actually feet on the grounds accomplishing dreams. So let's get specific like let's really talk this through. Because i think fire nation can maybe learn from the action that you're going to be taking about great ways. They can go forward accomplishing their dream. So how are you accomplishing your dream of building the next napa valley in the himalayas recognizing once again that had didn't start off as my dream to be involved. I just thought it would be super cool if they did it But then once. I once i became involved in realized i could be a piece of this and actually i think that bhutan is probably the last country in the world. That has the organic potential to grow. Amazing wine grapes. That doesn't already do it. Most places that can do it had been doing it for thousands of years and it was just to your point earlier. It's remote. And so you know marco polo and the roman army never got there with their handfuls grapes and so they ever planted in there. But what i'm doing is is we've taken a very collaborative approach with that. The country You know there's a. I don't know if you're familiar with with batons spent some time and and obviously the himalayas but they have a concept called gross domestic happiness instead of gross domestic product which is an amazing way to live. But they believe that. What's more important is the happiness of their citizens rather than any arbitrary economic success and so they have different pillars that that guide the gross domestic happiness for us. What we did is. We didn't approach the wine industry as like. Hey here's a way to make a few bucks it was. Here's a way that we think that this mashes extremely well with what you're trying to do with gross national happiness. And and then we went around and we got buy in from all of the various ministries of the government. You know that would have a say in this. The ministry of agriculture the ministry of economic affairs and so so on and so forth so we started with that then. Obviously you know. There's a enormous amount of logistics to try to get grapes up to the himalayas in vineyard plant. And but were. We've planted eight vineyard so far were up to about. We've got a hundred acres or so in total vineyard land but only about fifty acres are planted where we're still trying to experiment and see what's going to work there because no one knows it's never been done before and so you know back to your tactical what do you do. Well you do as much research as you can but eventually you just gotta grip it and rip it and and so we're doing that but we're doing it in a very mindful fail forward kind of way.
Wholesale Prices Hit Record 8.3% In August
"It's been kind of a hodgepodge week to be honest for those of us. Whose specialty is this economy here to help. Sort out are k. davidson. She's at the wall street journal. Also brian chung-hee's at yahoo finance hayatou. So kate i'm going to start with you and with his observation of the news of the day. The producer price index came out this morning. That is of course Prices at the wholesale level up eight point three percent in a year. Do you suppose anybody at the fed or more accurately at the white house walked over to j pals office and said hey. Jay highlight transitory. Now pal well. I don't know about the the white house. Because they they're sticking to the transitory story They they put out some new forecasts. I think it was lat late last month. Essentially showing that they they still think prices are coming down this year by a lot So they they more than doubled. Their forecast for inflation. This year back in february they thought it would be just a little above two percent now. They're at four point eight for the year. That's fourth quarter over compared to the fourth quarter of last year But you know even to get to that point as you pointed out. Prices are so high in consumer prices last month or in july rather consumer prices were five point four percent over the previous twelve months. And that's the highest. They'd been On an annual basis since two thousand eight so their high and to get to the white house forecast they'd have to come down a lot. So i think that they are feeling the political heat over rising prices right. Republicans are really hammering them on this. But i think that they economists there and even at the fed will find out on a couple of weeks. The fed might mark up their forecasts but so far they continue to think that these price pressures will fade
Democrats Move Fast on Biden's Marxist, Multi-Trillion Spending Bill
"That can unify the party with the White House, swooping in at times to resolve disagreements, two sources Familiar with the emerging bill said. We're at a place where the rubber is hitting the road in terms of shaping the policy and fine tuning everything and really racing toward those deadlines. Said a senior Democratic aide. Adding the Senate hopes to vote on the bill by September. 27. If you ever use your phone to call Capitol Hill now is the time texts, emails, cinnamon and and mansion. If you're in Arizona, you're in West Virginia. You better You better get on this. Get on your toes here. The aide said. Democrats can move rapidly because many of the policies have been developed over the years before they became part of Biden's 2020 campaign. Yeah, Bernie Sanders. That Bernie Sanders. In a memo to congressional offices, White House communications director Kate Bedingfield said. Republican Listen listen to how they lie. These American Marxists. Said Republicans who oppose Biden's build back better. Agenda are fighting to protect the rich. Describing so if you support capitalism, you oppose massive debt. You don't want to bankrupt Medicare. You don't want to give amnesty Total Eagle. Aliens should believe in a diversified voting system, not a centralized system to help the Democrats and on and on and on. Obviously you support the rich. Leveling the playing field to ensure the wealthiest in corporations pay their fair share. Well, why don't you just pass a tax bill then? And by the wealthiest I don't know what they mean. But the top 5% pay like 40, or 50% of the income taxes in this country.
Bestselling Author Gretchen Rubin: Can We Be a Tiny Bit Happier?
"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
'The Inventor' Documentary Investigates the Rise and Fall of Theranos
"Week. Marks the beginning of the elizabeth homes trial the case. Us versus homes began on tuesday with jury selection. One of my most favorite documentaries on my all time. Favorite list is the inventor executive produced by academy award winner. Alex gibney who also did enron the smartest guys in the room and hbo's emmy winning going clear scientology in the prison of beliefs this. Hbo documentary investigates the rise and fall of theranos the one time multibillion dollar healthcare company founded by elizabeth homes in twenty four elizabeth holmes dropped out of stanford to start a company that was going to revolutionize healthcare in twenty fourteen theranos was valued at nine billion dollars making her touted as the next steve jobs. The youngest self made female billionaire in the world but just two years later. Theranos was cited as a massive fraud by the sec and its value is less than zero so if convicted elizabeth holmes faces up to twenty years in prison plus two point seven five million dollars in fines as well as restitution to be paid out to victims drawing on extraordinary access to never before seen footage and testimony from key insiders. The inventor tells a silicon valley tale. That was too good to be true. It examines how this could have happened. And who is responsible while exploring the psychology of deception
How Will the Taliban Govern?
"With the taliban now in power in afghanistan it's raising all sorts of questions about how they will govern and whether the country will once again become a safe haven for terrorist groups like isis k. al-qaeda for a look at how these three groups are likely to interact and the new afghanistan. We're joined by ebrahim by his. He's a consultant with the international crisis. Groups asia program where he focuses on afghanistan abraham. Let's start with a question that we all seem to be asking. How different is the taliban. That's taken control afghanistan now from the one that ruled afghanistan from the mid nineties until they were pushed out of power following the nine eleven attacks. Well like most political movements it has learned adapted and changed over the years part of that lesson learning was that some of their restrictive policies in the nineteen ninety s. Turn them into pariahs. Tade where other countries were unwilling to recognize it or provided with any type of aid now. The taliban is very cognizant of the fact that they need international recognition as well as at least investment if not age so what could all this man for how the taliban interact with terror groups operating in afghanistan. Let's start with isis k. The group that took responsibility for the bombings near the airport that killed the us. Servicemembers many afghans. Who are isis kate. What is their goal or isotope us on. Province is the local branch of isis. And the moment they emerged the declared the taliban to be apostates and foreign spies that were working for the pakistan intelligence agency and a brutal war started between the two groups from the get go over the years due to being pressured not only by the taliban but also by the afghan government and the us forces and nato forces that were present in the country. I s k has lost. All belittled territory did control at one point in time but now it's still retains significant numbers of sleeper cells in various urban centers including kabul and able to activate them to take action such as they did in kabul airport last week
"kate o" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"And the thing that i found was in a once people understood that i was there not to get coffee and that i was there a to do a job. It was absolutely fine. And i actually had some advantages. I had a male boss that was from corporate that actually came to the middle east. Soon after i got there we had A big meeting with all of our external partners and he said you know we as a company had sent me there to do a job and that they need to listen to me and it may feel the difference. And so i in fact I think in some ways got more respect because there were so few women doing what i was doing that it it copy off guard. Where were you based where what country again. I was in the uae. So i was in dubai dubai right when you left the office And ventured out for whatever stroll was the cultural restriction. If any that you had to deal with. I mean did you have to wear it. You know clothing cover yourself. Cover your head any led costa now. No i did not anderson. The you a was is the commerce base and was the commerce base of the middle east. And so we did not. I was never required to wear job Sometimes you know..
"kate o" Discussed on QuaranTEEN
"And they call me there are a mom. So in that group. I feel very old but I love generation. Ratify but in. Yeah, so in my I. Guess Relatively Short Life I'm under forty. I've done a lot of things I've lived in the. Number of countries I've lived in Mexico. I've lived in Kenya when I lived in Kenya. I worked in Somalia and I was working on sexual violence legislation I did a fellowship at the law school. Human Rights Institute the same place that Amal Kuni works which was very fancy and agreed experience I worked with the United Nations. most most recently. I was helping work on a report of the UN special rapid tour of freedom of religion. And belief and he is essentially doing a report He did a report. He issued a report on the win the. Rights to freedom of religion and women's rights and lgbtq rights clash. So when you have a right to freedom of religion, but you also have a right to live as a queer person. You have right to life and you have right to. All these different things so what happens when those seem to clash? So I went to Geneva. Argentina Uruguay to work on this report with the UN special tour. So I've had a lot of opportunities in my life I've also worked with the UN special tour. on against Torture in Geneva, and yeah. I don't know I feel like at this point I'm just listing my resume but very. I'm very of the work I've done. Yes, as you should be. Thank you because I think. You know everything I've done has been in the service of women, and human rights, and so yeah. I stand really proud. Next, few discussed generation ratify it. Team led organization to ratify the era and get it into the Constitution Kate Kelly is their adult advisor so I, asked for opinion on how everything functions by a lot of times when I go to meetings, I'm the youngest person in the room. Which is Kinda scary. 'cause I'm almost forty and so my absolute joy and obsession. Is this group of very very young people? Who are getting involved in, they are super organized. It was started by two fifteen year. Old Girls rosy, coach coach, sure and Belen Yamashita I believe is her name and I probably just butchered both of those names, but Rosie in Poland and They yeah they're just fifteen years old and they. It was being ratified in Virginia and so they said you know as as young people as people who can't even vote yet. You know we're in middle school or high school, but we're going to do whatever we can to get ourselves into the constitution. And so I'm I'm their adult advisor as far as I know, I'm the only adult that's actually like officially involved. Generation ratify which is so fun. And Yeah they call me their mom. things I do i. just kind of like help. Advise them on any legal stuff. you know, or you know setting up their structure, their organization or They just recently filed amicus brief in this case that I was talking about that. The attorneys general are doing in in DC You know a group of Teenagers Essentially organized and filed a brief in a federal case in a lawsuit. which is very cool and very rare. So if folks go to generations ratifies website, you can actually read the brief. And the whole brief is about how young people have been involved from the very beginning in the ratification of the equal rights amendment..
"kate o" Discussed on QuaranTEEN
"What, so like I mentioned I was I was raised Mormon. And you'll, you'll start to sense a theme and my life. I realized that women in my own congregation, and in my own institution you know the the most intimate community that I had were not equal so I started a group to get Mormon. Women Ordained in most denominations there some form of gender bias. And for example the Catholic Church. They don't Ordain. Women so only men can be priests that is also true of the Mormon, church but there is no clergy, so every Mormon man has the priesthood and no Mormon women do. Whereas in the Catholic church is a handful of people, and they prepare you know all these different things. It's still wrong, but it's not as big of a contrast like fifty percent habit. Fifty percent don't Ya so I started a group called Ordain. Women we did. Many actions in Temple Square, which is right downtown salt. Lake, city and I was as a result of starting this group I was excommunicated from the Mormon Church speaking of legal procedures. It's actually it's it's. It had a trial It's a church court and I was convicted in that court. Which is obviously not a real court. But. It's just a church court I was convicted of apostasy. Yes. Sir Do. You still work with Ordain women, or have you just moved onto the movement? I still support the ordination of women in every denomination, and the organization does still exist. and I'll support it till the day. I die. because. I think it's very important for every denomination to fully include women in every structure and power making in decision making position. But I personally would not go back. So if they decided to Ordain, women tomorrow in the Mormon Church. There are many other reasons. Why I would not go back, yeah. and then what was it like being a Queer Mormon activist? it was. Bad. You Know I. There are certain groups and institutions that kind of have this total izing control on certain groups of people. Being a woman and acquire person in an institution like the Mormon. Church is very very difficult it's also very racist institution and so we're women of color, all habit even worse. But. It's not easy it's very very difficult to an institution that tells you what you're. What you want is wrong. Who you are is wrong. And that your. Belongings your belonging or your status in the community, depends on being inauthentic and not being able to speak your mind, or live openly as you truly are, and who you are, so it's it's tough I can imagine that would be really difficult. So what are some other things you've achieved like I? We ranch wikipedia page. My mom and I did and we were very impressed. So, do rag about yourself for a little while. Everyone. Go read my wikipedia page apparently. So yeah, I I mean I had a very for how young or old depending on how you look at it and I'm I'm a I'm the adult adviser for at Youth, Group of youth who advocate for the IRA generation ratify and no one in the group is older than eighteen, so it's all teens and preteens..
"kate o" Discussed on QuaranTEEN
"The other way that it helps us. Is You know everyone knows about RPG? And she's this amazing, Supreme Court justice and She is the one who helped develop illegal theory that women are included under the fourteenth amendment out which the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment. So she sort of developed that. If you've seen any of the RB G movies like that's what she was doing in the nineteen seventies when the ER was pending. She didn't get what she wanted, so what she wanted was to have. What's called strict scrutiny or the highest most? Powerful Standard she got something called intermediate scrutiny, which is basically just a little less. Yeah like heightened. Yeah, less strong. It's also called heightened scrutiny. which makes no sense but The entire structure of scrutiny makes absolutely no sense and is very very opaque intentionally. But basically yes, it's this lesser form. Of Judicial Review, so RPG did not get what she wanted. An equal rights amendment would take that final step so that when women and other marginalized genders take their case on the bay when they're discriminated against on the basis of sex when they take that case to the supreme. Court or or these lower courts, there will be a standard in our constitution so they will be more likely to be able to win, so we'll win not only in the cords also win in Congress and is that going to change everyone's mind about sexism in our country. Country No but it does go a long way to changing our culture changing our attitude changing our laws changing our schools changing our education it makes a big difference and so I think while the law is not the only way you know as a lawyer were always talking about the law the law you got to change the law and it doesn't do everything, but it does help point us in the rector next miskelly disgust. Ordain woman an organization. She founded on March Seventeenth two, thousand thirteen. Their mission statement on their website states last year, the tradition of Jesus Christ of latter. Day Saints reaffirmed its commitment to equality, the book of Mormon States, black white bond and free male and female all are alike. This church official teach Ordain Women embraces the statement. We are committed to work for equality and the ordination of Mormon women to the priesthood so ordination means that they'd be allowed to be priests because right now. Only.
"kate o" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"With Mario Lopez Lopez Online. Lighten up joining me now on the phone meredith from the office. Frank Kate flannery. How are you kate? A little hung over. How are you? I'm nine? That's my perpetual state during this quarantine right now which. I feel the bar for. Alcoholism should be raised considering this time. Right drinking and driving. So that's a good thing that's true. That's true gas by the way. I couldn't believe a buddy of mine from Ohio. Senate picture ninety nine cents like nine hundred eighty-five prices believable even here in La. I'm getting free gallons to the month. Will you also know that when you call Grubb Hud like you can get? You can get booze from restaurants now so if you have particularly bartender that you don't like from someplace you can get it delivered. Great to know I stay pretty well stocked. But that's good to know. What are you doing during this time? You know what I've been doing a bunch of music doing a bunch of charity videos and such And doing a bunch of cameos because people can't Can't go to you know they don't have any birthday parties graduations. So they're they're asking for a message from Meredith on Cameo. It's crazy nice. Nice great thing for the the I'm like for the The Boys and girls clubs of La the variety club. They're so awesome They they're thinking of all these kids that can't get out of their house anymore because these kids depend on not only the exercise going to the boys and girls club but also getting fed so we decided there's four of us from the office the decided that we would donate a virtual Coffee copy our with with people that That donate we. We JUST PICK ONE PARTY. But we're GONNA have a coffee party that whatever you want to put your cup that that is awesome. I former boys club kid and grew up. Yes so that's a special in my heart. Good for you that you're raising because you're right a lot of kids. That's refuge for a lot of kids right there. I mean it's crazy so we're just hoping to get some get them fed and You know I don't know zoom. I'm not sure how people start getting creative. We did that the other day when my kids. So you know we we did tick tock for the senior senior living facility home. They were dancing with you. Yeah there were Dan's with Xuemei. My daughter Choreograph. That is a whole thing. I'M GONNA have to put that up on. Our website is just reminded myself know my daughter. My daughter was getting a little too crazy said. Hey remember these are a little older and then and then the seniors hit us with we want harder steps next said okay shake it up all right now right now. She's a handful. Yeah Kate when you get together with other people from the office who tells the best stories You know I no one but me. No I'm just I Creed tells pretty good stories. Oscar tells good stories because Yeah I I WANNA yeah. It's it's it's a toss between creed Oscar particularly good memory for When things are screwed up and Crisis is more like creed than that he should be. I feel like create stories may not always be true but they're entertaining absolutely. Yeah most people who tell good stories are Muslim. I'm not sure how. How do you think merit would be handling the pandemic? Oh my God blind Dr- drunk stoned whatever it takes because it is groundhog's Day right. Yeah no it is it. Is what parts of social distancing? You think. You're gonNA stay when this is all over are you? Are you discouraged now for the handshake? The Hug Hugger so this is off. The road with dancing with the stars live tour. I was like seven weeks. And so you know they ask people to stop you know Shaking hands and hugging at meet and greets but people couldn't stop sure like their reaction was crazy so I don't know man we're just GonNa have to get more security some big dude telling you no no no no No I mean we gotta come up with some creative things. Maybe there's like an ankle touch. We can do from now on touch play. Yeah something I don't know but you know as I because I perform live so much. I'm just you know I'm so nervous because it's such a great you know. It's just a great way to connect with fans and it's such a great experience. Performing live is an exchange so the audience has as much to do with what they're seeing you know as the people on stage so you know and I also tour with Jane Lynch and I'm like Oh we have some stuff planned. I'm not sure what's going to happen right now. It is frustrating for those after travel on the road and perform audiences and theater and the whole deal else. But we'll get through it. We'll get well. There'll be time it'll it'll be the right time we'll be back when it's right when it's safe and the yeah because Yeah you know I mean I do want them. I want to be unforgettable experience. But not for for Corona virus. No right exactly exactly. Meanwhile I love what you're doing you can donate at omb as dot com slash. The office kate. Thanks for calling in great catching Oscar creed Laura who plays Jan Myself? So between the four of us. There's got to be something to talk about. Donate much either. You can still get picked awesome. Thank you so much Mario. You're awesome stay safe. Thank you take care. Bye with Mario Lopez..
"kate o" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"Much better. Nice it really nice and my skin. Oh boy makes her eat cake. She'd need to stress because of their career appeared. You have a cake beard. Oh my goodness you are a lot of fun your ladies here range. That was your ass. We do have a towel somewhere. I hope so. I hope we have a towel. That is your bloom now. We're going to definitely need. Who knew this would be a splash? Oh she don't sit on it which you get for showing everyone the magazine Max. Yep for seconds. There's your birthday cake. That was fun cake. That's the way to do birthday cake bakery you know. I think this happened on my birthday. Mr. Syon two thousand five. Don't you remember we had clowns? Oh that's right. Yeah Kate O. Rien spanking me and clowns sitting in my cake a night to remember and now I have cake all over my hands. So can very nice. Should we do a little in your hair to little more argument here soon? The fans really look good in your hair Danielle. We're GONNA do it soon. Dying Your Hair Blue Mr splashing. See The blue tips work on you? I'm feeling a lot of discipline mistress. I'm being a shift my kids that are falling out but like I have not gotten any cake on the leather. I'm being very good. No they can't fight whether incoming white knuckling your mic so You know one thing about splashing is a lot of fun to do. And then you gotTA clean it up. There's a big mess like not safe. Sex splashing cleanup can sometimes part of the fun though it could be. We're going to try to make it fun right now. All right so now we have cake all over the yes. Oh I have all kinds of implements here and a ring in my thumb okay. How you feeling Danielle Kiki? I like the cake in between my legs you do. I don't need this microphone and it's covered with cake. That should be the Danielle microphone dirty. Mike now she's rubbing the whole cake into her tent. That's the.
"kate o" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"For listening. I think that the power the power uh of our relationships and you know it's like we need to honor these things because they just inform everything about how our lives function who we are and who we become a sad sad story it is a sad story and and There's a lot of people who've had tragic sad stories and yet you know you share that and you realize that you can come through through those things and it doesn't mean that it ever goes away it just means that there's a healing process and that we can. You know how I will. I ever survive and yet survived right. Something that hopefully will be powerful and have impact for people who just heard it exactly. And that's why I wanted to read it. I mean it was just I when I read it I was crying is that I had to you know of course Florida to you so I had to. You know we read that I read that in November. I think so. It's just so beautiful but Jennifer thank you and thank you Jennifer. I know that when I hear you know there's like comforting and inspiring you know and I think that how are we saying or some people everybody's opinion. Oh you know a is like I I look at like you know things like. Aa or Hoffman or these groups is that are formed that are like support groups and then as like you know what it's so nice to share with people who've experienced experienced the same things especially in tragedy or challenges or things that are to have a group of people that you can actually talk to or share with that finds something so related with so important you know we need to tell our stories and keep sending the submissions you know two siblings emissions at gmail.com slavery sub mich- siblings submissions at G. Mail email dot in home. I read and everyone sad. I mean it means that by the way the crazy crazy shit too. I love love as I've read. Everyone one cates busy. I've read everyone. You're such a liar. I love reading. I love view. I love sharing these emails with everybody. I hope you you loved it to keep sending us the emails. Submissions submit submit to write Out Later Sibling revelry is executive produced by Kate. Hudson all Hudson and Simpson supervising producers. Allison Awesome President Editor. Is Josh Windisch. Music by Mark Hudson Aka Hunkin..
"kate o" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Okay this is from Seraya. Hello Keeton Oliver and crew team member monitoring this account Smiley face. Thank you so much for the fun and inspiring an overwhelming at times. With how a universal it feels about sibling. Podcast I love listening and remembering stories from my childhood and life with my family. I'm the youngest of five five. I have three brothers one sister. I grew up in Grand Junction Colorado currently live in Denver. Go Bronx autonation My sister's friend Cole always claimed the Kate attended through at a high school high school. When Golden Kurt had property you on the monument? Factual factual FRUITA FRUITA fruit society. Grand Junction I go mountain biking their war. They had property on the monument. I don't know what the monument is. I don't know Sarah. I don't think this is factual at the actually doubted because he also claimed this during a time when he was self declared vampire. That's funny now. We know now. Okay so now we know well clearly clearly not factual. There's a twelve year age gap between my oldest simply sibling. Zanan xenon and me and the next oldest sibling is six years difference but we all are ridiculously he close. I feel very blessed in that regard. I was looking at instagram while waiting to go to our Chile for dinner. I'm currently in no sorrow. Costa Rica visiting my best friend. Any who thank you for sharing your light lights. If the poll applies to fans I love. How you are are relatable Oliver and Kate you feel so Colorado vibe that I feel proud anytime I hear you mentioned Colorado and proud you wrapped when you're on your bear grylls Dell's adventure? Thank you so this is from a girl named Jennifer a poem. I wrote about losing losing my brother. We were two and a half years apart. He's older than me. We were best friends. It's coming up to seventeen years now and I still hurt as much coaches. I did that day. Thank you for this. PODCAST has touched me in so many ways I just cannot explain hold on so dearly to each other love and protect each each other fiercely for those of us who cannot anymore. So here's the palm long but it's good poignant real. It's a question that's been asked of me by so many the last ten years while the night of New Year's eve fills my eyes with tears. The answer could seem simple for why. All all those eves I've cried but how do I put it simply to you. It's the night my brother died Christmas night. Two thousand to six six months since our mum passed. I lay in bed with an ache in my heart wondering how we would both last in the eyes of the world we were adults. It's eight eighteen and twenty one but the truth was we were like two little scared kids and lonely after losing our mum for me. My Pain was obvious I hurt. I spoke spoke. I cried but day was a guy and they're different. He kept his pain inside. His friends all tried to comfort him but he laugh and give them cheek joking joking his way from east ice to prove he wasn't week between Christmas and New Year's Eve is where we really came on stuck like a train wreck right in front of my eyes. I watched my brother self destruct. We were fighting over the smallest things over those six short days. I told so many I feared but this was it. They told me to trust God and pray five days after Christmas in that week I call the blues. I sat him down and begged him to stop but it was a battle. I knew I'd lose. He told me how much she loved me. And I knew deep down it was true. He said stop next year. I swear don't be scared consist it's me and you mean you against the world those words he said I'll never forget who would believe. In a few short days it would would be me with a heart full of regret. New Year's Day came around. I remember it. Oh so clear. Don't go away so stay with me so we can party and Z.. In the new year the words I said next haunt me still. I don't care if it's selfish going away. I'm sick of running around after you you dave so no. I'm not gonNA stay. He bribed me with smiles chocolate. And more but it was useless. Said made up my mind. I'm going to port so if you don't WanNa come then I'll just leave you behind. I can't go SIS. I've asked our friends here so I'll meet you at Steve's the next day he gave me a hug as tight as can be kissed my cheek and went on his way. I jumped in the car with my then Boyfriend Mitch to make our way up the coast when halfway there. What I I saw my mind to this day? I haven't told most like an awful dream while wide awake in a hospital bed. I lay tubes coming out of my nose and throat standing over over me. My brother Dave he was crying standing there holding my hand. Begging me not to die. You have to know how much I love you. He said as the tears poured out out of his is it was like vision but felt so real. I honestly believed it was true so I grabbed the phone and sent a text. I love you I I know you love me too. I'm sorry we've been fighting so much I know it's because we're both sad with me and you against the world I know two thousand. Three three can't be bad when I hit send I did it because I thought my premonition would come true and I needed to know if that were the case is our last words..
"kate o" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Rough rough on made read it through so much and held onto each other through it all. It's not an option. I have any more and I finally accepted that after years of trying but I still so desperately crave the sister relationship. We had thirty years. Listening is therapeutic for me and I just wanted to say thank you. The podcast is something I didn't know I wanted but I know so desperately need lots of love. Wow well it's one of those things where you just sort of like. I'll be grateful. They now hold be grateful for your health or your hands will saying is is is the time that she had thirty years that she's had to accept and let go that it's different. Yeah and I think that it's something it again that we all struggle with acceptance that things change life changes. Sometimes he can't get it back. There's a lot of siblings out there and people who grow grow up. That probably like as Jeffrey said from the sibling affect the probably is best for them not to be have a relationship you know that might be too heavy heavy to play on the no way. I think it's important by the way that people even hear her story. You know 'cause because how many people are probably going through situations like this. Maybe there's some comfort there Whitney we love you. Let's see Hello Oliver. Kate Nice I got I got first billing again. Wins Wins Wins Wind. I am so so. Join your podcasts. Love you both professionally and your family from years of snippets into the wonder of your love for each other a mom the two boys and a motherless daughter since the age of fourteen my oldest is turning fourteen January and I've been struggling with knowing how to be a mother to him. I have nothing to use. An example for these teenage years being only child brings its own challenges to parenting siblings things so I really thank you for this podcast so interesting to hear about sibling relationships and I find it so comforting. That's interesting she's an only child but has multiple kids. Her mother passed away when she was fourteen. She has a daughter and doesn't really know what to do. I mean wonder what happened. I wonder if she she was ray who she was raised by for dad or I don't know but that's I have never thought of that. Actually I mean being an only child and then having multiple kids. It's sort of like. Oh Shit how do I deal with this guy and yeah and then on top of it. She has a fourteen year old girl and she's cheering. It's funny it goes back to so many so many people that I've talked to through the years sort of whether they be professionals nationals or a fourteen year old boy my spiritual you know guidance. Or what have you but I think in a moment like that. That's when your kids become your teachers and you have to like I. I mean I know that when I'm out of my comfort zone and something I look to the lesson I look to them to guide me. You know And I think that if you're tuned into that I mean clearly I mean as a mother you're not GonNa let at your kids get into the kind of trouble that you want. You're going to parent them but like understanding their dynamic is you're GONNA learn with them and it's just such a beautiful. What a beautiful healing life experience for for her? What about her fourteen year old boy? Fourteen year old boys boys and we were just talking about all you and I were just talking about middle school and so that would mean that. He's in eighth or ninth grade. She's kind of coming out of that. Really crazy I mean for me. Middle School was the heart is the hardest because kids are really trying to figure it out. It's kind of all over the place when they get into high school starts to kind of even out a little bit. You start to understand your your your friend group Sir your social story and your social circles but it's also when kids can really try to individual from their parents of if you have a challenging relationship with them they kind of start to push issue a little bit more again. I think if I was sitting with her right now I would say just always remind your kids that that's who they have like. We always talk about that like those are your siblings. When I'm long gone as she knows? How lucky are you that you always get to have your sibling? I never had that extreme. Had that experience so you know what a what a gift. She's given her dad's right fourteen year old boys teenage boys. It's it's a thing it's a real thing says from Nick. Hello excuse. My random subjects was my favorite pun. Idea a HA- anyways I wanted to thank you all I got. I bailing on this when Kate Oliver in co for doing the show. I can't express enough the gratitude. I have for the gift of honest sibling. Communication you've given my siblings and I am the oldest of four. We have two older siblings. Rulings we lost our died when I was eight. I can't take this stuff. I'm too motions sixteen today and I'm it's it's real life Saad. I'm not sad I'm happy. Saad.
"kate o" Discussed on Take It EV
"Welcome to take he episode seven where re still make a sound just an different key in today's episode. I'm going to feature an interview with Kate and James Cayden Jane Sarah couple living in the K. They revealed of his James Joyce Silverman racing vs across the country competing with other people. And I do highly recommend you visit their Egypt channel. We've seen just took a look up. Katie and James Okita and James. Sorry on Youtube and you'll find them so without further ADO Cayden James Well. I have an issue with punctuality. Africa to competition with them over skype. And it's just my side of the recording of rate so the audio quality is not as great as it used to be and previous episodes but by with us It's still a great interview. Listen to it and let me know what you think John. James Welcome to take it easy. We talk we talk about all things obviously so my usual starting question for the guests is the you know. How did you guys get the got into? What was the sort of inception? Presumably you guys enjoy visa all all the time. Well I actually had a Cleo on ache too which is a Chidi to Patrick. Kerr and James came into my life and then persuaded me. I needed to find electric car. Basically and I call them was a an ESA LEAF. James quite passion for metric. 'cause on a fast massive and he did a lot of persuasion and so we ended up getting leave and then we did very quickly. We did quite big road trip in our in undecided lead and can gain confidence in electric vehicles. And just from that didn't. I've also jumped. Paulsville was instrumental in that we borrow from him office experience and we tested it. And we'd sausage not that elite was the way to go and back then College testing was the Japanese version. So is quite poor in relation to what you get now. I mean if you can get your relief is is quite light rain. Cha Two thousand eleven twenty four hour relief. Yeah it was the very creepy Syria but yeah it was. It was great. We looked at we. I think we did three hundred dollars for a test drive. We did three hundred miles which I think was a bit of a shock when we hand it back that John Wasn't bothered. He was happy with each. We got had a good experience and waited leaf. Say It worked and we. We ended up at the twenty eight thousand pounds outrageously priced. Spitzer we literally to somebody dealer in those items it became towers will say we had one car and it was. It was Nissan Leaf. Say That's very much like my own story except that the mind was thirty. Killer whatever is particularly if I brought news well and because for better or worse I believe that you know when somebody is just a business. Think when somebody tells me that this is the price I don't I don't question it's like I can either take it or leave it so when I went to the garage and I got my own car and they told me it's twenty whatever eight grand as well that was like nobody told me that you can go to Nissan actually get a cheaper price. I've learned obviously since the okay. So the Oh you got the twenty four Laura Lee. Nissan leaf needed a three hundred mile round trip Wasn't very how how. How long ago was Cheetahs and daddy too because so the whole electric highway thing wasn't up to scratchy? As no the three hundred mile was not bad we take a m we drive from Hinkley up to strategy to John Writes. That was that the the test and yeah. The infrastructure wasn't great so we did have a few Harry modes way. We hit turtle mode a couple times and we actually. We went past turtle married and ended up with no miles whatsoever. We decide to coast into a substation and we managed it with about that much room and it was it was it was pure luck so yeah but the infrastructure was not great and so at the now. I mean probably double the amount now which you say appropriately on notes is is a reliable lizzy was in terms of the amount of charges by then. It's now probably as unreliable going forward now with more charges because seventy of the allegations are love. It it's every day you see tweets from somebody who's Georgia have the next up from Florida or inst- about or anybody else. Everybody else seems to the energy call and fortunately I think off the bull and starts making less. I think he's not been standing in the way. Now of the uptight actually. The V.'s is peak peak. We want to gamble now. Looking at it can actually if all these people judge on ballots. John Side I'll stay with actual So I yeah. It's it's actually a A note for for another run on my show because I I do sometimes write an essay like when I have a thought that just you know in my head. I like to write it down and just write pages and pages and pages and then just throw it away. 'cause it's rubbish usually a week because we sometimes do that video footage and actually we get it back out recycled whilst Bob is we come back the question afterwards. Do you ever think about electric cars. The Way I've discovered you guys is is. I can't remember whether I kind of the process was with the stumbled. Upon a you know Egypt. I suggest things to you on a video of you. Kate's servicing Tesla Land and Every time every time I see somebody tinkering with a tesla as easily somewhere in the US. Yeah it was strange strange but can like you. Did you did the the whole thing so effortlessly and as an engineer I appreciate when people do things without like when it's effortless so you see that somebody's done it a few times and they just they know the doing and they're not making a huge deal out of it just even though I don't own a tesla it was amazing to watch somebody servicing at just explaining it like it's just easy. Just do this to that washed. Outtakes they may not many but we had redone. It always go to plan the Detroit in particular Robin greer come out swiftly as it did on the video tape came out lodestones rubbish out as well as we don't bring forth worth forty bucks pulled again. It looks a whole lot more smooth. So you've mentioned that you guys had you bought the the leaf was the like. How did you transition to how difficult was and walk? Made you decide to go. For Tesla is James Again. He came one day and started talking about. Tesla's allot am in a catch leaving hints around the House and we talked about it for a long time and then he booked a holiday with a tesla destroyed in the same journey. Bjp belief but in the in the Testa rented Tesla and convince me that how amazing that they that they are and then within about three weeks we have an order so he would and Tesla and it's it's fantastic. It's a really good car. I mean we hooked. I leave in the day I leave. Drove off the road. We all wanted to cry over excited about the leaf going. And but now it really shot if you lost the Kessler Ethics twos up. This is an amazing car. Tesla that's point. I'd love to the way my my wife puts it as basically shouldn't be saying that on a podcast. Bobby edited but the Before I got married Before I even started dating Marian I I I I was thinking about getting myself. Totally besides knee beside to leave. That was the only car test drove. That actually felt proper. Didn't feel like it was just a afterthought or you just and Garish was actually leaf was the only non pure electric garage where I went in. And they actually had a car to test drive like straightaway everybody else. Because I didn't actually say the I is live in Belfast ages. Ago as I mentioned before and before I got my diesel car Which was the car that I had. Before the leaf I I was interested in what is called. They call it volt in in the US. But the with the V. About the Pera. Yes they so so I because I've been driving.