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Rep. Malliotakis: Introducing Resolution to Expel Jamaal Bowman
"To congress members each and every day that want to make sure that he is held accountable and that means either censorship or expulsion i've introduced a resolution today with some co -sponsors to expel him and look the timeline just doesn't make sense and of course the police are still investigating but we know what we know right it was caught on video it was caught and confirmed by capitol police on video and there's photographs and in his timeline that he presents simply just does not make sense when you read the time so look at this 1159 was when the motion to adjourn by katherine clark was the leader there took place after that it was 1205 just six minutes later when we saw the jamal bowman pull the the fire alarm he says that he was in a rush to vote however he actually didn't go and vote until an hour nearly an hour later so that just shows you he wasn't rushing to go anywhere so i believe he was specifically there to disrupt the proceedings he created nick and this is a person who is uh was a school principal he knows the old fire alarm trick more than anybody and the fact that he thought it was appropriate to pull this fire alarm to disrupt the seating uh has to be punished and so we've introduced this resolution to expel him today um and and we will we will see when we will be able to get a vote i want you to ignore the tv e some lawyers of whom uh are more political than legal and who who who say this is the wrong move or this is preposterous i don't even understand that if to a get kid in a high school does that i mean they can be charged criminally in some states in some counties and
Fresh "Katherine" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Beautiful day, mostly sunny and unseasonably warm. Highs in the mid This is CBS News On The Hour by Indeed .com. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The president's son has just arrived at court in Delaware where he's expected to plead not guilty to felony gun charges after an earlier plea deal collapsed. Correspondent Katherine Harridge has our top story from Wilmington. Hunter Biden is accused of making a false and fictitious statement in 2018 about his drug use on a federal gun form into a firearms dealer. The third can alleges he did knowingly possess a firearm while on drugs. If he's found guilty he up could face to 25 years in prison. Jury selection is just getting underway in New York in Sam Bankman Fried's fraud and conspiracy trial. The FTX founder is accused of cheating investors and out of billions of dollars. Michael Lewis wrote a book about the fallen crypto king. He tells CBS's 60 minutes. I had one venture capitalist tell me that several venture capitalists thought that Sam was the world's first trillionaire. They're looking for the next Google. They're looking for the next Apple. They thought FTX had that kind of possibility. A lawmaker in Washington got the shock of his life last night. CBS's Luke Lukert has the story. It happened here in DC's Navy Yard neighborhood, less than a mile away from the capital itself. At around 930 police say Democratic congressman Henry Cuellar of Texas was hijacked by three armed men when he was parking. Cuellar was not hurt and his car has been recovered, but no arrests have been made. The Michigan Supreme Court has turned down an appeal by the parents of high school shooter Ethan Crumbly, clearing the way for his mother and father to stand trial. WWJ's Beth Fisher. The judges cited text messages that Ethan sent his parents saying he was experiencing paranoia and hallucinations. One judge noted that they still bought him a gun. Ethan Crumbly pleaded guilty to terrorism and murder in deaths the of four classmates. Justin from New Jersey, an appeals court there has thrown out a $223 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in the trial over claims by four plaintiffs. They developed cancer from exposure to the company's baby powder containing talc. The Superior Court finding a lower court judge was wrong to allow some scientific testimony from experts. The game of what would you do if is heating up after no one won last night's more than $1 billion powerball jackpot. These players in Philly lined up probably purchase a villa on the Isle of Capri in Italy. It'd be a miracle. My two children I could pay their college off and of course you know pay off my house and buy everybody a car. Tomorrow night's prize is now estimated at $1 .2 dollars. Dow down 64. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you you need Indeed because Indeed's all -in -one hiring solution helps you attract, interview, and hire candidates all from one place visit indeed .com slash credit. This is WTOP. On your radio and on all your devices with the free WTOP app. WTOP news. Everything you need every time you listen. Welcome into Tuesday morning the 3rd of October sunny in 75 now as we head to the mid -80s Good morning I'm Mark Lewis with top the local stories were following this hour. Old and troubled buildings and crowded will classrooms hopefully be a thing of the past for Prince
A highlight from 655:Judge Sez ETH Not a Security, Uniswap Wins, Binances Strategies
"Rockstar Energy Punched. Bringing a bold and unapologetic flavor packed with energy through a blend of B vitamins, corona extract, and 240 milligrams of caffeine to fuel what's next. Rockstar Energy Drink. Good evening and welcome to The Crypto Overnight -er. I'm Nicodemus and I will be your host as we take a look at the latest cryptocurrency news and analysis. So sit back, relax, and let's get started. And remember, none of this is financial advice. And it's 10 PM Pacific on Thursday, August 31st, 2023. Welcome back to The Crypto Overnight -er, where we have no sponsors, no hidden agendas, and no BS. But we do have the news, so let's talk about that. Tonight we're diving into a pivotal court ruling that could shape the future of DeFi. GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy shares his crypto vision and grayscale scores a legal victory. Binance pivots with both a stablecoin swap and ambitious plans in Japan. EOS breaks through regulatory barriers, also in Japan. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong lays out a roadmap for crypto's future. And finally, Robinhood is making moves that could reshape its position in the crypto landscape. A US district court judge in New York dismissed a class action lawsuit against Uniswap Labs. Now, just as a point of interest, the judge has won Katherine Polk Fela, Judge Fela is also overseeing the SEC's case against Coinbase. So this may portend of things to come. Six crypto investors filed the lawsuit. They claimed that they were scammed on Uniswap between December 2020 and March 2022. The plaintiffs argued that Uniswap Labs controlled its liquidity pools. They said this included pools created by scammers. The lawsuit sought to rescind smart contracts and demanded compensation. And here it comes, folks, possibly the most important part. Judge Fela termed Bitcoin and Ethereum as crypto commodities. She was not convinced Uniswap's token sales fell under federal securities laws. This is a pivotal moment, not just for Uniswap, but for the crypto space at large. The judge's decision to dismiss the case against Uniswap is a win for decentralized finance. It sets a precedent that could shield DeFi protocols from similar lawsuits in the future. The judge's comments show a deep understanding of DeFi technology. She stated that concerns about crypto regulation are better addressed to Congress than to the court. This is a clear signal to lawmakers who have been slow to provide regulatory clarity over digital assets. The judge's ruling also comes at a time when the Securities Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission are at odds over crypto regulation. The SEC's chair, Gary Gensler, claimed that everything apart from Bitcoin is a security. On the other hand, the CFTC claimed that Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies are commodities. This case could serve as a reference point in future regulatory debates. While Judge Phela's ruling on Uniswap is a beacon of hope, the regulatory landscape isn't all roses. GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has some choice words for the SEC. Stick around, you won't want to miss this. And don't forget to subscribe for the latest updates.
Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Know the Value of Classic, Pre-Woke Films
"You're making enough noise to wake up the dead. I don't have to wake him up. He's up. I don't have to wake him up. He's a classic Abbott un Costello. That's from Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein. We've actually Bela Lugosi. That is Bela Lugosi in the casket. That is the original OG Dracula guys. If you've had enough with crap movies and TV, you know, there's so much good stuff out there. If you go prior color, Chris, isn't it just so much good stuff out there? Oh yeah, you know, it's funny. I feel like old classic films get a bad name. Yeah. Get a bad rap because here's what I think the critics like to do. They like to look at old films, they like to say, what was popular in the day? Well, I don't like that. I'm too good for that. I'm going to look at this thing that people didn't really appreciate in the day. And I'm going to show everybody why I'm so much more sophisticated than everybody else. I'm going to explain why I understand why this is so good. Because I'm so special and smart. Exactly, exactly. They're like peck from Ghostbusters. Actually. And they want everybody to think they're so smart. So the reality is if you just look at some of the stuff that was made for the popular folks, that was made for the general population, right? The comedy, the comedy love stories. A lot of this stuff, the William Powell, mirna loy, those films. I like the thin man movies. But also, anything with Katherine Hepburn and these old comedies where you would get a couple, there would be some kind of miscommunication. They'd get into some kind of an adventure, these movies were actually fantastic, very, very funny, very charming. And well written. And well written and really well written. Really
Rep. Katherine Clark's Antifa Son Arrested in Boston
"The sun of Massachusetts congresswoman Katherine, Catherine Clark. Now she's the number two on the Democrat side. No, I'm not talking about no, not bodily functions. She is the number two. Hakeem Jeffries is the minority leader. She's the number two. So anyway, her name is Catherine Clark, you saw her there, had the long sort of the silver hair woman. Anyway, she's got a son who thinks he's a girl. And the photograph of this dude, this is one bad looking dude right here. His name is Jared. And goes by Riley, but Jared is was in Atlanta or pardon me was in a Boston rather and attacked a police officer. He was a part of antifa. Attacked a police officer, punched the guy in the face. Jared Dao is accused of defacing a bandstand monument, which is a landmark monument, was spray paint. Still in jail apparently, that's according to The Boston Globe. Congresswoman Clark says, my daughter was arrested in Boston. No man, that's a son. And if you can't tell the difference, you're not smart enough to be in Congress. I love Riley. And this is a very difficult time in the cycle of joy and pain and parenting. You know, I get it, you love your son, ma'am, your son, but the fact of the matter is, he's a thug. It's okay to love your child, but you gotta call him out when they do something wrong, man.
Sean Spicer: Excitement for a New Republican House
"I want to jump into what is happening on Capitol Hill. Of course, there was great high drama, palace intrigue over the weekend, but now the Republicans are hitting the ground and looks like so far so good. They are delivering on a lot of those promises they made. Yeah, I'm excited. Look, I talked about this a lot on the show yesterday Todd, but the media wanted to make this all seem like chaos and et cetera and I mean, look, here's what I think there's a lot of things that came of those days. 72 hours that a member of Congress has to, they have to put legislation out before it gets voted on. So that they could, my goodness, actually rebuild. Ensuring that bills have a single subject so that you can't have these massive 4000 page omnibus bills that no one reads, no one knows what's in them and they cost us trillions of dollars. So I think the funny thing is I had people on my show over and over again members of Congress. And I think, can I just ask you a question? Why was this hard? I don't get it. I worked on Katherine home for 13 years. I was in the House leadership. I was like, these things sound like things that we should all be for. What was the holdup? And everyone kept saying, I know. And I'm like, okay, but why didn't? I mean, to me, this is something that I would have been bragging about at the get go and saying, we're going to do these things for greater transparency. We're going to have more accountability. I'm glad people like chip Roy fought for them. But I think this is a huge win for taxpayers for citizens who want to see their government at work. So and to your point, now they're actually doing it. They talked last night. They voted to repeal the IRS agents. That are going to come after us. They are already talking about setting up these select committee. So I'm actually really pumped. I am so excited that this is happening. Oh,
Rep. Katherine Clark: Three Talking Points in One Clip
"So I said to you while this was going on last week we're very dramatic It was happening while the show was live I said to you they were parroting left wing talking point That if you're a Republican out there people are chaos agents This is all chaos extremist chaos I want to play for you House Democrat whip a far left radical lib Catherine Clark the house Democrat again on CNN this week State of the Union she was on State of the Union I want you to listen to this 32nd clip How many of the talking points she gets out there that some of the Republican Party were spouting off about chaos and all that other stuff You'll hear it This is a Democrat here check this out You know we have shown Jake that Democrats stand ready at all times to work for the American people And it is exactly the American people and the solutions they need to meet the challenges that were completely left out of the speakers chaos We saw this week It not only endangered our country's national security But it also showed that the keys have been handed over to extremists There we go She fit in all three talking points She had an index card in front of her National other extremists and CNN's like yeah I got a good job You got them all up
Dinesh D'Souza: Connection Between Ballot Box Cameras & Cell Phones
"Dinesh you show using this is what I believe is government video right From government cameras this isn't like dinesh d'souza's cell phone You have video of what appear to be mules carrying multiple ballots to multiple drop boxes and from what I've seen some of these drops were really odd after hours time and then how did you connect it up with the cell phone data Can you walk the audience through how you got that made that connection and contract these people Certainly now the research was done by a voter integrity group that I want to credit called true the vote run by Katherine engelbrecht and her partner Greg Phillips And so what these guys did was they bought the cell phone data from October 1 of 2020 through election day in the 5 key states And they bought 10 trillion pings of cell phone data It's an incredible body of data and then they searched that data for any cell phones that were moving in between these left wing organizations on the one hand and making multiple stops at these mail and drop boxes on the other And in fact they didn't even try to catch all the mules They said we're only going to look for people who went to 5 or more organizations to pick up ballots and then went to ten or more drop boxes So if a mule went to 7 drop boxes they wouldn't even count him We're only talking about the most egregious mules And we have at least 2000 of those The total number of mules is much much greater
Who Is Kathryn Ruemmler?
"Catherine rummler Obama's fixer She put her name into search engine and put in Obama scandal Catherine rumble don't put an Obama scandal because places like Google will wind up putting you on some kind of watch list or something Just putting Katherine rumbler IRS scandal Catherine rumbler Benghazi Catherine rumbler cylindra Catherine rumbler Secret Service scandal And you'll see just about any time the Obama administration found itself in a pinch or a pickle all of a sudden the fixer was there Catherine rum that had helped him So why is Catherine Roma why are her fingerprints all over spygate as well if it's the left keeps telling you there's nothing to see here Obama Gates spygate is not real Obama didn't know even though Obama was briefed by John Brennan as CIA director that Hillary Clinton was planning to frame Donald Trump for connections to the Russians It didn't exist Why is that Why is it if they had nothing to worry about that Obama's fixer keeps reappearing in stages in this case Why am I bringing this up today Because again her and her law firm reappeared in his filing that came out this weekend indicating or alleging I should say that they used a server data and they diverted some of the data over to the Clinton campaign so that they could spy on the server data from the Trump White House and Trump's residences in the Trump Tower and elsewhere Only the biggest political spying scandal of our time and there's not even a close even remotely close second
Explosive Election Fraud News With Dinesh D'Souza
"There has been a lot of reports of fraud in absentee ballot balloting going back many election cycles. But absentee balloting in the past was a pretty small fraction of the overall ballots. And so unless the election was essentially a tie, the absentee balloting didn't generally make a difference. But what happened in the COVID environment, of course, is a massive expansion to mail in balloting. And giant numbers of mail in ballots just flying all over the place. And then also the emergence of all these drop boxes. Dropbox is very often privately funded drop boxes. Unsupervised dropboxes drop boxes that are just sitting there all over the place and heavily concentrated in democratic cities. So we my wife is very good friends with a woman named Catherine engelbrecht who has an organization called true the vote. True the vote was started in 2010. It's probably one of the premier voter integrity organizations in the country. I know that you know Katherine and I have known her for years. And but I met her I had known over, but I met her through Debbie and we've gotten to know her pretty well. And so we were able to sit down with food the vote and review some research that they were doing. And they wanted me to sort of evaluate the significance of it. And of course, the question I was asking myself is, you know, is this evidence from like one place, like is it all from Georgia? And if so, it would be interesting but insufficient because evidence from one state wouldn't in fact be enough to tip the election. We'd be talking about corruption in one place. But fortunately, true the vote has done their work in all the key states. And they focused on the heavily democratic areas, Fulton county, Georgia. They focused on Maricopa County in Arizona. Also in the Detroit area of Michigan, the Milwaukee area of Wisconsin, and then the greater Philadelphia area in Pennsylvania. And using really two things, one is geo tracking, geo tracking is basically cell phone tracking. And cell phone tracking is very useful because if you're able to process the data, you can actually see these so called mules, mules are kind of paid, vote traffickers, mules are people who come to ballot boxes very often at night. They come using gloves so that they don't leave any fingerprints. They take photos of themselves so that they can get paid for the ballots that they're dumping. They make multiple trips to multiple dropboxes. So there is no question in any of the state of these states that we are witnessing illegal activity. Even in areas where it was temporarily allowed to do quote vote harvesting in no area is it legal to be paid to deliver votes to a mail and
US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine
"EU, now let's turn to the big news. The U.S. and the EU are close to agreeing on Russian financial sanctions. That's not enough. Emmanuel Macron calls for a deescalation of tensions that he prepares to speak to Vladimir Putin. That's not enough. That's from the telegraph, and The New York Times. Where is Germany and the Ukraine standoff, it's allies wonder. The United States and its NATO allies are moving to bulk up their military commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe as the standoff with Russia over Ukraine deepens rights Katherine Bennett. Denmark is sending fighter jets to Lithuania. Frigate to the Baltic Sea, France was offered to send troops to Romania. Spain is sending a frigate to the Black Sea, President Biden is thousands of U.S. troops on high alert. And then there is Germany. In recent date, Germany, Europe's largest richest democracy, strategically situated at the crossroads between eastern yes. West has stood out more for what it will not do than what it is doing. Germany is out. They've just left NATO behind.
"katherine" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"I didn't find any concrete 100% diagnoses. This is just some of the things that I found that people believe she suffered from. On November 8th, justice O'Keefe sentenced Catherine to life in prison with no possibility of parole. Her paperwork was even labeled as never to be released. And Catherine was the first woman in Australia's history to ever receive this sentence. In June of 2006, Catherine went on to appeal the life sentence. She said that this was way too harsh a penalty for her crime, which, ma'am, there is nowhere near, as harsh, a penalty as what you did to John price. The appeal was ultimately dismissed and one of the judges noted that this was an appalling crime. Almost beyond contemplation in a civilized society. So, yeah, what a crazy time. This case has always been one of those that I'm just like. How? How does someone do this to another person? Now you can definitely look at Catherine's childhood and look at the whole nature versus nurture arguments. If she had grown up in a more loving and nurturing household would she have turned out this way? Or would she still be just as violent and dangerous as she is? Is it just her nature or is this what she was nurtured into? Definitely interesting to think about because you have people who live through childhoods just like hers and they turn out perfectly normal. And then you have the catherines of the world who are just pure evil. And then you can flip that around too and some people grow up in the most loving and gentle homes and turn out to be the most scary, brutal criminals you have ever heard of. Or they come out perfectly well adjusted from their normal home life. It's just so fascinating how the human mind works, and how different influences work with how we're already wired. I could go on for days about this. I want to thank you for coming along with me on this crazy ride that was the story of Katherine knight. I'm going to post some photos in the Instagram. There's nothing graphic as we don't have any graphic photos thankfully. But I'll post a photo here and there so you can kind of see who we're talking about. I'll also post a photo of the book I'm reading as well. So you can check that out if you like. So you can find all of that at criminal activity on Instagram..
"katherine" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Like, are you going to go home? Because you can't. You can't go home tonight. You have to stay with one of us and keep yourself safe. But John being the man that he is, said, no. He said he had to go he had to go home. He had to make sure the children were safe. Because he genuinely feared that if he didn't go home, Catherine would kill all of the kids. Between John being at work and going home, a family video was made by Catherine of her and the children. And in the video, Catherine can be seen and heard singing nursery rhymes to the kids, which was really weird because she was not a very nurturing mother, as I'm sure you can imagine. And in the video she said at one point, I love all my children, and I hope to see them again. Which why are you saying that? It's so creepy and ominous. After this Catherine took the kids out to eat at a Chinese restaurant, which, again, was weird as they never did family stuff like this. Catherine said to her children about this I want it to be special. And her daughter Natasha, who was 20 at this point, felt really uneasy. Natasha even said that evening to her mom, I hope you're not going to kill pricey and yourself. Which, wow, that is astute. That night, John arrived to an empty home. Catherine was not there, nor were the kids. John soon found that Catherine had actually sent all the children to a friend's house for a sleepover. Being all alone, John went to his neighbor's house and hung out over there before finally going home and going to bed around 11 p.m.. Catherine later arrived at John's house. She was fully outfitted in a new black lingerie set that she had bought from the thrift store earlier that day. She let herself into the house as John was still sleeping. She sat down and watched TV, Star Trek, if we're going to be specific. She sat there by herself for a little while, and then decided to go and take a shower. Then she woke up John and they had sex, and then John fell back asleep. Now it is the next morning 6 a.m. and one of John's neighbors notices something odd..
"katherine" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Now, in June of 1988, Catherine and David two welcomed their new baby, Sarah. The couple probably just Catherine. Decided that they needed a house of their very own now that there were three children to house. With the help of her financial aid, compensation package and David, Catherine was able to buy a very nice rundown house in a very crappy part of town. The whole family moved in and the renovation and decorating began. Catherine's idea of decor was different. The house was adorned with cow hides, steer horns, stuffed baby deer, rusted animal traps, and she also had decor that included leather jackets, old boots, pitchforks, and rakes, and machetes. According to what I read, no space including the ceilings. Was left uncovered. It was just wall to wall stuff. I think we can call it like crowded rustic animal chic. So the tumultuous relationship between Catherine and David two continued on. At one point, the two got into an argument which led Catherine to hitting David in the face with an iron. And then she stabbed him with a pair of scissors. And this was the absolute last straw for David and he moved back to his apartment after this. And shortly after, David went into hiding. Which I can't blame him. Catherine, of course, tried to find him, but no one she spoke to would admit to knowing where David was hiding. A few months later, David came out of hiding, so that he could see his daughter, Sarah. But when he did so, he found out that Catherine had told the police that she was afraid of him, and that he was the abuser. And they gave her an apprehended violence order which is basically a restraining order from.
"katherine" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Now the reason Catherine had stopped at the service station was because she was intending to kill the service station mechanic. Why you may ask? Because this mechanic worked on David's car, which allowed him to get away from Catherine. The police were called, but by the time they arrived, Catherine was inside the store holding a young boy hostage at knifepoint. Police ended up attacking Catherine with brooms, which. Okay. And they ultimately disarmed her and a rest assur. Again. This time she was taken to the Morissette, psychiatric hospital. And this is when she told nurses why her whole plan was. Catching a ride with a stranger, so she can make her way to David, making a pit stop along the way to kill the mechanic who had fixed David's car, and then finally making her way to David, so she could kill him along with his mother. Police told David, all about this incident and informed him of Catherine's whole plan. So you know what he did? He left his girlfriend, in Queensland, where they were living. And he moved himself and his mother back to Aberdeen to be with Catherine to offer her the support she needed during this difficult time. So August 9th, 1976 Catherine is released from the psychiatric hospital and into the care of David and his mother. Which doesn't seem quite right to me. You're going to release her into the care of those she was trying to kill? Sounds safe. They all ended up moving to woodbridge, which is a suburb of Brisbane for those of you in Australia. And from here, Catherine went back to work. She got herself another job at the dinmore meatworks factory in ipswich, and continued on living her dream in the slaughterhouse. Now it is four years later and David and Catherine are still together. And now they are welcoming their second child into the world on March 6th, 1980, and her name was Natasha. Now another four years after this, in 1984, Catherine decides that she's finished here. She is just done with David and their whole relationship. David returned home one day and found the entire home was empty with no Catherine, no Melissa and no.
"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
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"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"I don't think i'm kind you know i think just sort of kindness In general is rented. My family all of my siblings. You know. I think are really very kind. People that comes naturally to us about your commitment to your family to catherine. Yeah you know re more. Recently i've been sort of having sort of odd feelings with my family. They're they're more republican. And i'm more democrat. So obviously you know won't get into all of that but we just have barely different perspectives on things right now and we're not talking about it in our family doesn't really talk about it much but But everybody just so committed to loving each other anyway that That i just. I guess we could always take it for granted. I would hear people talk about like family issues like oh my families getting together like drama in the family. I think i gosh i am never been really much aware of any drama in her family among the siblings. It it might. It might happen. And i'm just blind to it but there's just this sort of basic really understanding of loving and how important family is and So even with me being kind of the black sheep one. That's still not mormon the one. That's not republican Everybody's still you know really loving. I was never rejected or or anything. When when i live a different lifestyle some maybe that blindness is smooth things out amongst people. Well the important thing it. What's the important thing and for us. It's that we're family. Yeah you know what comes first. So the the name of this show is Daddy never cried. It was your father and emotional man Did you see him cry. And what what would make him cry. Yeah well not not very often. But i i will say that. He did laugh when he would laugh. Sometimes he would literally roll on the floor and he would have the kind of laugh words a we's and we thought it would die like we really would get so worried like that's dies laughing too hard.
"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"My dad was wearing glasses. And so when he's kind of leaning over to change the diaper his glasses came off and so he continues and he Changes the diaper poopie diaper and And then he picks up his glasses. He's shows us his glasses. And there's you know brown gooey. Stuff on the on the edge of it right and so he He shows it to us. And we're like oh gross. What is that is that booby and he's like. Oh that looks like booby you know. And we're like grossed out and then he he sniffs it and we're like oh and he's got get smells like poopie and we're all grossed out and doing a little screaming and then he licks it and we scree like taste like but what it really was was that he had stuck it in his shirt pocket and he had a candy bar half eaten candy bar in his pocket. Which is another thing like. This could be my dad. Could have that at any minute right. And it was sort of melty in so any put. His glasses inherited gotten chocolate. Them edge of it and he just used that to to make us laugh. Scream on my goodness. If i wouldn't have interrupted you. I would have screamed as well. What a brilliant man in the middle of all of that was going on. He's going on a date with his wife that's one thing he's taking his children to drop them off in. They're not happy about that. At least you were. That's one thing. His firstborn son has a poopie diaper at the moment when he supposed to be leaving on state. That's another thing. And then in the middle of all of that he might Creative way to entertain olive you holy cow any set it up like a pro so of this whole project is sort of comparative different fathering styles different ways traditions approach fathering and and your family's mormon is that correct. Yes they were. i think so far. Everyone except me still is so Tell us now that lays into fatherhood having white it's Most mormon families had several children. Why is that and And and how did that affect his fathering style. Well yeah i think Some people think that mormons don't believe in birth control and that is not the case as far as i know my family. It's more you know how you space gets out. But my family's decision to have a lot of kids I'm sure that that the mormon must have influenced. It made that more normal to them. But dad always said we're going to have a basketball team. He imagined five boys and five girls but he got six girls and four boys But i guess when. I think about it his commitment to family.
"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"This is fun. hi catherine. I'm so glad you're here. We get to hear your story about your dad. What's the name of the story. well looks like popey. Looks like poopie so tell us a little bit about your dad and then we want to hear the story why. It looks like poopie. Anybody who knows him would say he's the nicest person they've ever met And in so yeah can't argue with that. He was married to my mom his whole life. He passed away about five years ago. but you know he. I think he really set me up. Good for life By telling me all the time that. I'm the kind of person that will be successful at whatever i decide to do. A nice blessing. Yeah yeah. I've been thinking a lot about that lately and so You know that's a little bit about him. Anna seems like kind of a tender thing to remember about him. Yeah i'm feeling really grateful right now. I guess there are some things that you know. Tv show where things i saw. That had me thinking about dad's recently and just really came to me some gratitude around a how hard he worked for all of us and what. What amazing great daddy was so thankful when you say for all how many children in your family. I'm the oldest of ten and we generally had either a foster or somebody else's kid for some reason that was living with us too so There was ten to thirteen of us at any time..
The Times Are Changing
"Have changed. I'm very glad i'm peaceful and positive that they're still changing. My grandmother would not have been allowed to buy a house. Carry a passport or open a bank account without the signature of a man. And so when i bought our house by house i mean home by home. I mean flat. It's very small. It's in london. It was such a momentous occasion. I didn't think i'd ever be able to have that security with my child as a single mother. And i invited my family to see it and they're from canada and they arrived and they said but catherine it is so small. These is the who's that you bought with all your money. Don't you know what size who's you could afford it in your home tone for this money. Yeah but what room. Would i kill myself
"katherine" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"And i was thinking of the fact that there's a couple of points where meyer is asked to rule on something. Let his father had been ruling on and he goes well. It's not written down. And i can't be sure what my father would say unless it's written down and either if it's done i can have my own opinion on it. I'm not gonna follow. he said and it was just. It was a wonderful kind of twisted in a good way kind of logic. And i felt so odds with our current social media where you put something on twitter and it can be completely taken out of context and you can write something five minutes later delete it and it was very much the opposite to what kind of maya was living in an when he was trying to show his emotions or even when he cracked he was still really formal. And i just wondered whether you had any kind of trouble mounting up the tension in the drama while still keeping this very careful construction of language. I mean i always kind of felt like my a run at some point and just just fuck off on the edge. There was a scene that was written that way and then deleted. And you know he can't do that and you. You kind of turned it down. And i just wanted to tell you dealt with that formality of language and the bursting nation that you know the characters are always feeling sometimes a charlotte you know when he when he drops the formal we. That's him saying it's it's refined compared to what we're used to a society yet. Well that was one of the things that was really fun actually about writing..
"katherine" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"And i feel like he's very easy to empathize with. Yeah it was not difficult to imagine how he felt sort of looking at. Okay this portel has just become the emperor you know. What are the things that happens to him. And how does he feel about. The minute was always very easy to figure out how maya felt about things because i could imagine it for myself any situation in which one feels out of death yet. That feeling is universal. I think unusual in the point that at the beginning of the golden emperor. We have this incredible introduction to the world in the you know point of language entry entry level kind of language and i just thought that's so unusual you don't see that in very many In very many fantasy books nobody takes time to think about the effects of language owner on. Somebody's day to day existence. So i wanted just to have to ask you about about language and why you decided to look language almost as a weapon. Something of maya feels very attacked by by language. Yes heartlessly it was.
Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships
"Podcast thing is in many ways still treated effectively as a broadcast medium. that's like this one directional pipe yet. that the listenership feels exceptionally I think involved with the hosts like the day. They may be feel more like a. They have the relationship even though there. It's not bidirectional all the time from communications out of. I'm kind of curious like given kind of the ways in which podcasting works like. What are those relationships. Look like with your audience like how do you have. You have that relationship with them beyond the financial. Certainly there's the financial membership side of things but like what what does a relationship look like with your audience catherine so this year. I feel like we've had some great breakthrough. We've had a membership program. Since we we started as an experiment in our first season in people signed up which is amazing. But we didn't really offer we're just like can you help us like we didn't really offer much by way of benefits but so one of the ways risk deepening relationship this year. Which has been really cool. Is that actually. We've had Listeners become guests and that has been really cool because We're always looking for a Surprising unconventional stories and for example we did a whole series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms in we It was a partnership with the guardian. We did a bunch of reporting and we did a lot of call outs to. Are you know audience and Two of the five people we ended up featuring wor listeners of the show one was a waitress in mississippi who had written me a number of times with different story ideas and i thought But then you know. She told me a bit about her life. And i was like actually. I think you're right for this story that we're working on and she. We ended up doing the whole episode about her experience with losing her job and her mental health struggles in getting addicted all these things that like but she very much came to us because she was already in our listener community in the other one was a young mom who was a new orleans nightclub worker and we talked about her career panic struggles and you know what what happened. We ended up featuring on the show as well so also when people hear that listeners are coming from the show. I feel like that they hear that a guest that they have curtis thirty minute episode within their emotionally vested in were listener who reached out that makes them feel like it's more of a two way street and that there is more potential for
Did Britney Spears Unknowingly Fund Gay Conversion Therapy?
"But Britney's candid and chilling testimony has definitely catapulted the whole conservatorship nonsense into people's minds now and it's really coming across how it has worked for decades. And the one who's really pulling the chains on this who started up was this motherfucker Lou Taylor. Britney's former business manager, she's a bitch this woman. That's what she does. She tried to do it with Lindsay Lohan. She tried to do with Courtney Love, Aaron Carter, Katherine Jackson, even Kanye West. She was successful at Brittany and Amanda Bynes. That's what she does. This is not about granting a relative professional authority to help someone. It's about taking away their rights. I mean, we should talk about how do we support the people who go through this, not when to remove his or her rights. It's got this for very, it must work for some people, but I think it's too much for Brittany. And as my listeners have learned, nobody tries to get more trouble celebrities into these constructive stand, low Taylor. And I'll give you guys a sniff of what I told my patron yesterday. Luke Taylor's husband is a pastor for cavalry chapel Brentwood. His church has links to Christian rehabilitation centers, including a place called mercy multiplied and get this guys. No one's telling you this. Those places fund and conduct gay conversion therapy. Now Britney's money I've seen the documents have has been used to fund these organizations. I don't know what her gay fans think of this. They probably don't know. How are they gonna feel how outrage are they gonna get to know that Luke Taylor and other people in Britney's camp have used have siphon Britney's money to pay for people's gay conversion
Why We Have Different Accents With Dr. Katherine Kinzler
"Does the brain tend to attach so strongly to whether somebody is speaking with a new york accent southern accent versus something else entirely like. Why do we care about that so much. Yeah so you know it's one of the most fascinating findings in this. I think are that we have a what people sometimes call a close to home advantage in dialect recognition. And so. i think it makes sense when you think about it right so if you grew up say in new york you might be able to differentiate a new york accent from a boston accent from somebody from the american south whereas you know speaking of somebody who grew up in the east coast of the us. I hear a bunch of different accents from the uk and they sound kinda hard to me to disentangle right. you know. I can say british in some way but it's hard for me to know exactly what it means whereas if you live in the uk you have all of these kinds of cultural and sociolinguistic stereotypes about different people. So what i take from that. Is that this close to home advantage. It's kind of this idea that we detect social differences that are socially useful in our lives. And so you know picking out. Who's from around here. And who's not the way you speak can basically instantly suggest somebody else whether you know we come from the you know. We have similar experiences versus. We don't so in some ways you know also might be seen as giving some real information about who you are where you came from. You might be able to guess stay where somebody grew up but also there are so many cultural stereotypes that we have about different groups speakers and so often those are evoked. We don't even realize it. So you might think oh. This person just sounds a little bit nicer smarter taller. Whatever it is. And it's actually the cultural stereotype coming through and not really any signal. On their
NYC Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Questions Where 100,000 Votes Just Came From
"This is from red State leader in New York City Mayor all rights questioning whether 100,000 votes just came. Where they came from to make the race much closer. Right Snick a Rama. You may get some deja vu with the news about what just happened in the saga of the New York City mayor election. The election was actually last Tuesday, but they're still counting and don't expect to be done until sometime in July. Brooklyn borough president, former police officer Eric Adams. Have been the surprise leader in the race when he came in first place last Tuesday. With 82% of the results in now, that didn't make some of the left happy, although he was still a Democrat. The election is ranked choice voting and he was the first choice of 31.6% of the people. Those votes have been counted to that point with Maya Wiley. Real Nutjob second with 22.3% in Katherine Garcia, third with 19.7%. Whoops. Suddenly. Votes show up and vaulted the third place person in the second. We're just a narrow lead remaining for Adams. With some 124,000 absentee votes yet to count. The difference now is only 16,000 votes, so it's entirely conceivable. Now that Garcia could catch up. Eric Adams is clearly not happy at all. He is raising questions about where the 100,000 votes suddenly came from New Conspiracy theorist. Why doesn't he just be quiet, Mr Producer? Why is he raising questions? About the system.
Confusion Reigns After Unofficial NYC Primary Results Released
"Confusion in the race for mayor. This is really amazing. The Board of Election says it's ranked choice. Voting results showing Eric Adams with a slim lead over Katherine Garcia are wrong. More than 100,000 tests. Ballots were mistakenly added into the total, so will count the votes again today. Test results amounting to 135,000 Extra ballots were accidentally counted in the Democratic mayoral primary, and Eric Adams was the first to call out the bong. The board apologizes for the error and has taken immediate measures to ensure the most accurate up to date results are reported yesterday's unofficial results a total of 11 rounds of ranked choice voting has Adams leading Katherine Garcia 51 to 48% with 124,000 absentee ballots yet to be
NYC Mayoral Race Update: Adams Stays Ahead as Garcia Surges
"The city's board of elections ran it's ranked choice voting counting process today, and it revealed that Eric Adams lead in the race to be the Democratic nominee for mayor dropped from almost 10%. A little more than 2% over Katherine Garcia Maya Wiley, who had the second largest vote total after last week's primary, was eliminated in the 10th round. Adams, who is Brooklyn borough president now has just 15,908 votes more than Garcia, the city's former sanitation commissioner. Or about 124,000 absentee ballots yet to be counted in the race. But in a tweet the city Board of Elections says it's aware of a discrepancy in the unofficial count and is working to identify the cause. The city will run the next Ranked choice Voting count next
Prosecutors Will Ask Grand Jury to Probe Building Collapse
"Officials say prosecutors in Florida will pursue a grand jury investigation into the deadly collapse of the ocean front condominium building in Surfside Miami Dade County mayor Daniele Levin Kaba says she endorses a grand jury investigation I've been in close touch with our state attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and I am very supportive of the grand jury investigation but she has announced I have pledged my full cooperation as she moves forward the state attorney told the Miami Herald that she would bring the matter before the grand jurors soon to take a look at the case criminal charges in such matters are possible the investigation would examine factors in decisions that led to Thursday's building collapse I'm showing a blur
"katherine" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast
"I'm really looking forward to digging into our conversation and your work. Which is at the intersection of robotics and machine learning. And i'd love to have you start us off with a little bit of background. How did you come to work in the field. Yeah i grew up in california. Actually although my name looks german. And i live in germany. I'm actually american. And i was raised by a research psychologist. My mom who said now retired professor and a surgeon and i was always fascinated by how things work and i wanted to create technology. Head helped people. I also did a lot of art. And i like riding ahead. Many many different interest and i was an athlete and athletics that led me to study at stanford university which was also enough to home but far enough away and i studied mechanical engineering. I really enjoyed understanding physics than how all had also design and build things produce functionality in the world and i was always drawn more towards like smart systems with sensors and actuators. Programming actually delayed taking programming class. Because i'd heard so difficult on the other athletes libel player. They all said oh. You know the programming class so hard. I loved it beyond words. And then i just i took more computer science punching i decided to stay for master's degree and i worked actually in as a teaching assistant a machine shop for two years helping students learn design and manufacturing like welding and casting bronze and milling aluminum and making parts sticking the shop late at night and i really fell in love with working with younger pupil helping them design and create things and i also took this amazing metrics class. There like realized. I wanted to become a professor and i that i needed a phd. And i needed a phd adviser. So i looked around and found a new professor. Was his first fish student. his name's Niemeier and he was one of the first engineers at intuitive surgical a robotic surgery company. That most of you probably know make davinci robot and we got along soup. Well was also volleyball player. And yeah the mechanical engineering computer science electrical intersection. It's really robotics Turning to do something useful whether that's in health or in consumer products or at work on so many different things now. I got my keach there and moved to the east coast after graduating. I did a brief post doc. At johns hopkins university with allison okamura now stanford i started make faculty career at the university of pennsylvania in the grass lab. She's a great robotics group a super lucky to have colleagues in several different academic departments to understand for nine and a half years. And we did. I mostly do have ticks research. Robotics and ottawa was at penn started doing more in autonomous. Robots giving autonomous robots a sense of touch sometimes through machine learning and then in two thousand seventeen january. I had the chance to to germany to become a director at the max planck institute.
"katherine" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Legitimate questions to be asked. Now let me just say none of this means that it came from a lap right. We're really clear about in the story. It could have come from a bat to us it into the market. We don't know but to me what. I became fascinated by. Is the question of why these questions could be asked What stopped them from being asked. You have an answer to that question you know in the story related to to the government investigation so first. Let's talk about that. What do you think the fundamental reason is that these questions were were sort of shut down. I would put it into sort of three sets of reasons. The first reason is that you had a lot of us. Government investment in gain of function research. And some of that. Investment was in the wuhan institute of variety itself through this intermediary organization eco health alliance. And i do think that this gain of function bureaucracy had lead people to sort of say. Don't look here. don't dig here so that's one of them. I think part of the reason is because trump came out in april on the basis. Of what i think is not that much information. Actually an floated this hypothesis. So that created what matt pottenger described to me as an antibody response within the government. Because nobody wanted to relive the.
"katherine" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Confirms that. That's what they thought at the time. That's what happened at the time. And that's always critical. Some of those email back and forth. I was just sort of imagining you having those in hand and then going to some of the people for for comment do you tell them up. Front look i have these emails and i would like you to comment on them or do you try to get them to come and see what they'll say without knowing that you actually have the emails. Yeah no. I don't necessarily. I mean the thing is i am obligated is a journalist to ask them about everything that is in the document that i'm going to slag but it's tricky because you have to protect sources right so you have to be very careful when you go for comment that you're still protecting a source from whom you got adopted That can be a little bit of a tricky tightrope to walk. It seemed like you had information on internal discussions. That would be hard for them to push back against. Did you find that people were very open when you got to them about how this debate had played out or that you actually had to sort of force it out of them. I wouldn't quite say open but you know for example. The state department panel that had not been reported on in any depth and this was a sort of a confidential state department panel where they pulled in scientists to read team the lab league hypothesis which is sort of pamela. It and see if it still stands so i was able to get the meeting minutes which actually surprised a lot of the participants You know so when. I called them and asked them. I asked them. You know my understanding is you said x. Would you like to comment on that. And they were pretty surprised that i was coming to them with those questions. Now we made a bunch of documents public. We can only make the documents public that i had permission from sources to coast. That wasn't one of them but we do say in the story that we obtained the meeting. Did you get those documents early enough. On your reporting that you felt you were sort of reporting from a place of strength Yes and no. Some of them had for while some of them came in the final days before it closed his story. Well yeah at. What point did you decide that you had enough. Oh i definitely didn't. I never have reporting my story now. Why you can. Who who made you stop cost. My editor made me. I'm gonna blame him. Will you alluded earlier to this group of scientists non-scientists call them amateur sleuths in some cases who had been investigating this into again like people who have been following this obsessively. The names are very familiar. You know like alina chan from the broad institute like i've been following for months and months and what role did they play for you in may play a role in the story that you right but in sort of understanding this and and pursuing it like when did you decide to sort of include that aspect in the story so i spoke with a number those you know amateur sloughs and some of them are very accomplished scientists of course And i think talking to them oriented me towards few legitimate questions because these were people who were staring into this fact pattern and doing the kind of research that you know. Investigative journalists now maybe not calling up people in interviewing them but they were digging into the fact at her And so they had you know they were pointing me towards things that were good questions so i think that helped shape how i approach reporting again. I feel like they're sort of risks in all different aspects of the story. One one of them. Is you get a lot of scientists who say who have just maybe decided concluded that the natural origin is the most likely scenario and they will dismiss these types of people as being either amateurs or working outside their field. They don't know enough about this field To actually be engaging with this stuff. And i'm wondering how you thought about that in in reference to sort of how you're using them in the story i mean that's a very legitimate concern but i think the point to make here is they were pointing me in certain directions but that wasn't in any way sufficient for a story to me Began to really matter. Is that when. I started reporting on what had happened inside the us government lo and behold a whole set of investigators. There who were looking at their own had their own sets of questions and in some cases the questions overlapped so that to me became a lot more interesting and powerful to really try to drill down on. What are the.
"katherine" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Two thousand thirteen. The details what happened in this hospital the coming hospital in yunan province where these miners were treated which sort of lays bare these crazy findings from this mineshaft and raises all kinds of questions about what this researcher. The lead corona virus researcher at the wuhan suit of raji knew or didn't know claimed or didn't claim about this progenitor potential progenitor virus. They had called. Rit g thirteen which was dug up from that much So anyway it's it's The mineshaft is just this. Absolute kind of refracted funhouse mirror of crazy of what went on major questions. Yeah and i wanna. I wanna return to that in a second as well as the the sort of loosely connected group of people who who uncovered a lot of information. Let's go back for a second and tell me. At what point did this first appears on your radar as a topic. You're interested in covering you. Were writing about corona virus for vanity fair since last april and covering testing vaccine. Rollout all of which is sort of a piece with reporting that you've done in the past connected to healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. So when did you first get interested in this as a topic. You know my editor. I were sort of just kicking around ideas. And we were sort of saying you know some of my reporting for vanity. Fair has been steph. We set out to. Do you know like let's aim here. Some of the reporting has just been what i stumble onto where my sources tell me mom but my editor was like well. You know one of his big unanswered questions at the heart of this is the origin of covid. Nineteen so i was like right. When was this. It was about two and a half months before we pugs. The story and i just dug in and it was weird because for the first time you know all the reporting on covid nineteen has been very very crowded. It's like there's tons of journalists people fighting for the same sources huge competition. But i got into the story and i was kinda like. It's not such a.
"katherine" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast
"A new book called a reporter's life. it's a beautiful book that chronicles his life as a newsman. You speak in the book. Reports life about your first encounter with racism. Oh my gosh. it's it was traumatic lasted with me since we moved to houston texas from kansas city. When i was ten years old. And they're i'm sure it's a black problem. If you call it a problem there must have been obviously but it did. There weren't that many americans there and was i wasn't aware of it at all. I think i knew one very nice. African american worked from my grandfather's drugstore kansas. If we moved to houston kansas city got to houston and the very second night where there my father was a dentist His sponsored brought him down there to be in the office with a and a teacher to dental college there. had dinner out at a very fancy residential area of houston wherever out and there that time it'd never conditioning didn't have freezers. Can believe it or not. You call it the drugstore. You got ice cream delivered. After dinner and the delivery boys were all black motorcycle. The boys we were sitting on the front porch having a nice talk with dr smith. I'll call him. I wouldn't want to embarrass any ayers. Yeah sure it should embarrass him to wooden than at any rate. The boy came on the on the motorcycle and he was a boy. Not not a man maybe seventy seventy and he obviously was looking for a way to get to the back door at a flashlight looking around and there was a new subdivision. That didn't have the kind of normal driveways. You'd have that kind of a strange entrance to an alleyway. Couldn't find it and finally he started walking up this long front walk to the front porch. And dr smith is sitting there in iraq. Or i'll remember and as the boy started up the walkway. Every step void took. Smith would move forward just a little another inch or two and you could feel tension building but i had no idea why and the boy came and as he put his foot on the step for one of the four steps coming up with the porch speth came out of his seat. Like polaris missile with his hand already. Cocked in a fist. And he hit him in the middle of the face. Middle of the face knocked him back onto the onto the grass ice cream flying out of his hand of course in the sack and he said excuse horrible word but he said that'll teach you nigger. Never put your foot on a white man's front porch. Well that did that did it. I was just watching this amazing scene of forty import of it did strike me at the moment but horrible to see anybody hit. I don't think i've ever seen anybody get before like that. My father though. Got up and said walter hudson. We're leaving and started down the front steps. And dr smith said. Wait a win. Well what's the matter what what's the matter. He didn't no matter. Even my father said we're leaving and he said i'll get my car. I got my car other than answering. Wouldn't answer we walked out into the dark of strange city. Strange neighborhood away from the downtown section where we were staying hotel and walked down that street. My father seething and my mother saying what are we gonna do. What are we going to. Do you know out in this dark area. We waited for the past a couple of houses. Open there'd be a light there. We could call a car or something and find one. Went to shepherd drive and hitched a ride. Finally getting downtown and it was only. In retrospect that i realized i would never prouder my father then that moment but gave.
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"katherine" Discussed on Mosaic of China
"Known for people's spirituality. Yeah i think you're describing my own personal development. Because i i'm skeptic but the more that i expose myself to this kind of thinking and to people who practice it the more i am open minded to it you know. And i've done some sound therapy with those tibetan bowls and i've got a friend who does rakia healing and i've done some crystal healing in the past and each time i do feel the energy and i don't know exactly what's going on. I can't articulate how it felt. I could feel that there was something happening for sure. Yes yes and. I think that's the first step for people to start to understand in a wakened. Thank you so much katharine. Thank you so much. Oscar really happy to share. Oh my story with you. let's move onto to let's say okay. Let's jump in question one. What is your favorite china related fact. There is a temple of my ancestors. Somewhere in guangdong so for me. That was very interesting. And it's specifically your clan. I believe so. I believe once they all come only from one nine. Okay well when you come back to china you should make your pilgrimage to guam. That's really interesting number two. Do you have a favorite word or phrase in chinese. Yes it's retool you quite wages have safe. Travels the first time i heard it. I found it funny. And then i kept using it not knowing what it means until as my father wedding means yeah makes sense. I love to travel nice. And did you learn that in peru or did you learn that in china i learned that in china or how funny so he mentor to you when you were small. No actually he never talked to us in chinese when we were small really. Is he happy now that you can't speak some chinese he's proud. What is your favorite destination within china. Union is beautiful. I feel the energy that plays are really pure amazing next question. If you left china what would you miss the most. And what would you miss the least now. You've been outside of china for nine months. Yo what do you actually missed the most and the least online shopping. It's mostly for groceries. It's so easy so efficient. You get your groceries within one hour here in peru they are not such things so when the pandemic pandemic started here my mother had to call the lady from the little shop to ask the have these have died and if she would say yes. Have this bread okay. Which brand. I have this brand this brand new so it will take a long time. Of course well a great example. And what about the thing that you miss the least the fast pace of life. Because when you're there you feel everything's working so fast in your sucked in this energy of going fast. There's no escape. Is there anything about life in china. That's still surprise. You change change in terms of how fast thor's buildings appearing or these appearing in my street in two or three months they are like four coffeeshops new. Yes so it's going to be a surprise when you come back to china to see what's going to be now right. Yes well speaking of coffee shops. Where is your favorite place to go out to eat or drink. Go hang out with my family. We love to go to las bakery for breakfast. And when it's just me. I love to go to cafe on air for work. It's a very cute hidden coffee shop. It's so peaceful okay. What is the best or worst purchase. You have made in china definitely. My thirty kilos of fake beeswax was the worst purchase of ever made two kilos. Yes i was cheated. They sent me a sample. I approve the sample in when they send me. All this block of beeswax. It was fake. They changed it. When you're starting a business you can't afford to lose that much on now. No i was crying. And how about the best. They're a nice story after that terrible story. yeah. I follow good provider. Who have staked until today. Yeah okay now pick up your phone and send me your favorite. We chat sticker okay. The miracle of technology have received it from peru to shanghai. Yeah i love this sticker because it describes the feeling of excitement and happiness that i have sometimes and so what is this from. You have a it. Looks like it's from a movie. Can you explain what they're wearing. And they look like ballerinas from the seventies. I'm actually drawn most to the one right at the back and she is concentrating very very carefully. Her i've got a little bit mesmerized. There what is your go-to song to sing at katie. I'd stop katie for so long. But at home john legend. All of you are nice. I also that's quite a sensual song. Really yes are you over mantel. Latin type after all i am you go and finally what other china or sources of information do you rely on. I am not a person who reads news. But if i read something it will be from the shanghai yeast. They have funding news. Yeah i don't think anyone's mentioned the highest before. Yeah they do a good job. Yeah they're entertaining. Well thank you. So much katharine. You've also been very entertaining before. I say goodbye. Tell me who out of everyone you know in china. Would you recommend that. I interview for season. Three of mosaic of china definitely alley say. She's a very special person. She's the founder of zero waste. Shanghai waste it's a movement that it's growing. I think everywhere in the world right now. Yeah but catherine it's been a pleasure. Thank you for calling me all the way from peru. I think it's close to midnight now where you are so i will let you go to bed. I'm very grateful so the most important news. If that katherine is back in china she arrived in november. Got out of quarantine in december and has settled back into shanghai life in january just in time for this episode to be released. Congratulations catherine the second. Most important thing is to play the excerpts from the premium version of today's episode. And i promise if you listen to the full version you will never look at a guinea pig in the same way. I think i've had the longest grunting in the world. I'm ben justice for talking about your father in so the guinea pig was used.