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Charlie Sits Down With True the Vote's Catherine E. and Gregg P.

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | Last month

Charlie Sits Down With True the Vote's Catherine E. and Gregg P.

"Welcome back what a special treat we have and we're gonna go deep into the data, the evidence and the story behind what many of you have been asking us about. And so first we have cap and engelbrecht and Greg Phillips from true the vote, true the vote dot org. Dot org. Thanks for having us. Of course. And everybody should support through the vote and get behind them in any way you can. Some of you are familiar with Katherine and Gregg because of the movie that you saw 2000 mules, but you must understand the data and the research and all of that was made possible because of true the vote dot org. So you want to make sure you guys check it out and support that. Katherine Greg, welcome back. Thanks for having us. Yeah, thanks, Charlie. So you guys are here in Arizona. What are you up to? We have a hearing this afternoon in the Senate, so we are looking forward to making a presentation about a lot of what's covered in 2000 mules and some new stuff. And so Greg, I hear there's been some indictments. Is that right? Yeah, there have a few arrests earlier than a plea deal and another plea deal. I understand that maybe something court tomorrow been down there interviewing a bunch of folks, confiscating computers, cell phones, all manner of stuff going on. Did your data lead to those indictments? You know, I think that it augmented everything that was already happening. I think that the fact that the agreement was made the day after the movie was released, it was pretty interesting. And maybe we'll know a little bit more when it goes to court tomorrow.

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"katherine" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:33 min | 2 months ago

"katherine" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"I'm so excited to be your guest host for this month of romantica. This month we're highlighting prodigies. Women who achieved greatness at a young age. This is especially a passion point for me because my latest book rising troublemaker, a fear fighter manual for teens, reminds them that they are never too young to make a significant impact. Today, we're talking about a pioneering multi talented woman who brought a unique celebration of black culture to the public eye. She blended disciplines to create never before seen performances, and even toured the world to show it off. Let's talk about the dancer, choreographer, teacher, and anthropologist, Katherine Dunham. Catherine Dunn was born on June 22nd, 1909, in Chicago, to a black father and a mother of both French Canadian and Native American descent. When Catherine was young, her mother passed away. Her father remarried a school teacher and moved the family to the mostly white city of Joliet and started a dry cleaning business. Catherine was passionate about dance and performance from an early age. She joined the dance club in high school, where she studied freestyle modern forms of dance. At 15 years old, she arranged and starred in a cabaret party to raise money for a local Methodist Church. Much to the shock of her neighbors. She later admitted that she wasn't actually sure what cabaret meant. Despite her immediate interest in performance, Catherine initially stuck to her family's vision for her future and pursued a career in teaching. She followed her older brother Albert junior to the University of Chicago. She would go on to get her bachelor's masters and doctorate degrees in anthropology. In 1930, at just 21 years old, Catherine cofounded one of the first black ballet companies, ballet negra. Catherine then danced her first leading role in a ballet called like guillotine in 1934 at the Chicago civic opera house. It was based on Martinique folklore, about two lovers having their relationship interrupted by a monster. It also featured an all black cast. In the mid 1930s, Catherine caught the eye of Alfred rosenwald, of the Julius rosenwald fund. Alfred was taken with Catherine's outlook on how inspired by her anthropology background, she believed dance could illuminate other cultures. After that, Catherine received the rosenwald fund fellowship, allowing her to travel to the Caribbean to study dance. In 1935, while she was still a grad student, Catherine traveled to Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad, and Haiti. But it was in Haiti where Catherine felt most at home. She would go on to become a priestess of the vodun religion. Get a second home in the country and establish a medical clinic there later in her life. Catherine studies in Haiti, led her to write her books, the dances of Haiti, their social organization, classification, form and function, as well as island possessed. Her research was groundbreaking and a vital first step into what would become a discipline of its own. Dance anthropology Catherine returns to the United States seeking to perform and choreograph new dances that celebrated black culture. While she didn't officially remain in academia, her anthropological work continued to inspire her art. She took various cultural motifs and adapted or abstracted them until they became statements of their own. In 1941 Catherine married John Pratt, an artist and designer who also acted as her manager. They had a daughter together and remained married until John's death in 1986. Catherine's dance company visited more than 50 countries, performing work that celebrated black culture and brought in justice to light. One dance called southland depicted a lynching. Catherine and her company frequently came face to face with racism in America. Whether it was in living accommodations that refused them service or segregated theaters that either separated or banned black attendees. Catherine always pushed back against racist treatment. She refused to return to segregated theaters, and even filed lawsuits against discriminators. Catherine once wrote, we weren't pushing black as beautiful. We just showed it. In her early 30s, Catherine also made popular appearances on Broadway, including playing Georgia Brown in cabin in the sky. This led to Hollywood appearances in films like carnival of rhythm, star spangled rhythm, and stormy weather in the early 1940s. At this time, Catherine developed a fast paced choreography style that earned praise from critics. Her show, tropical review premiered on Broadway in 1943 before touring the nation. Though it was mostly well received, it also drew complaints claiming the show was too sexual. This was a common note on much of her choreography. Catherine once said, judge it from reactions, the dance of my group is called anthropology in New Haven. Sex in Boston and in Rome, art. In 1944 Catherine founded the Dunham school of dance and theater. It offered classes in dance, acting philosophy, design, and languages. Though it would close a decade later, Catherine continued to find opportunities to teach. She founded the performing arts training center near southern Illinois university in 1967 and became known as a counselor and mentor to young people in need. Catherine was a passionate activist until late in life. In 1992, when she was 82 years old, she staged a hunger strike for nearly 50 days in solidarity with Haitian refugees. She also received many prestigious art awards, like the presidential medal of the arts, the Kennedy Center Honors, and recognitions from the French and Haitian governments. Catherine Dunham died in 2006 at the age of 96. Since her passing, her style has continued to influence other choreographers. In her techniques, continue to be taught in dance schools. A month, we're highlighting prodigies for more information, find us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. You can order Ryzen troublemaker everywhere books are sold. Special thanks to creators, Jenny, and Liz Kaplan for inviting me to guest host. Talk to you tomorrow..

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Understanding the Voices of Young Conservatives in

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Understanding the Voices of Young Conservatives in

"Now, Tom, I am a big believer in holding up younger people. You're one of the younger people, but there are lots of people who are under 40 like Charles CW cook at the national guy Benson. Mary Katherine ham. The conservative movement has to regenerate from George William at Buckley and I daresay myself. I'm 66, right? I can't keep doing this forever. And I don't plan on it. So are you are you biased towards younger voices and how do you vet them for credibility? That's a fantastic question. So I think as we build in, I want both. I want to hear all the different sections because then we have both experienced and that kind of util creativity. But the idea of betting really, I suppose, we have a will have Kelly nyder, who was a college student who was almost physically attacked, actually, frankly, was physically attacked for trying to hold an event on her campus. It's a question of engaging, right? Emailing, talking on the phone, seeing the links to the profile and sometimes you know, you just you've got to roll the dice because this isn't someone who has written somewhere before, but ultimately that's the way it has to go.

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Dinesh D'Souza: Connection Between Ballot Box Cameras & Cell Phones

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 months ago

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

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Attack on Ukrainian hospital draws outrage as talks stall

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Attack on Ukrainian hospital draws outrage as talks stall

"As the fighting continues in Ukraine doctors are working to try to stop the spread of the corona virus more than two million people have fled across neighboring borders with Ukraine and it's all happening during a pandemic it was gonna be exposed to things may be a more risk of infection barristers for extractions including Cadillac dealer microbiologist professor Stephen Baker says displacement races the rest Dr Katherine Smallwood at the World Health Organization says the virus risks are greater in Ukraine thank you for popular a percent of the population adult population has completed that box nation series only one third of the sixties how defectors disease specialist Dr procure knock us is worried about virus mutations you will have more time to get a PS as a more stronger and can cause more water from good fees but he feels vaccine protection offers some hope I met Donahue

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Who Is Kathryn Ruemmler?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 5 months ago

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

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Explosive Election Fraud News With Dinesh D'Souza

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:12 min | 5 months ago

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

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Caught on Tape! John Solomon Describes 2020 Election Ballot Box Stuffing

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Caught on Tape! John Solomon Describes 2020 Election Ballot Box Stuffing

"So John, I want to also ask you, you guys have done a great job covering this at just the news dot com. Also this there's a new movie that's coming out with dinesh de Souza 2000 meals and you've been involved in helping cover this and helping publicize this. Tell us about what we think might be in this movie. I don't want to try to tip the hand too much. I'm actually going to be with dinesh tomorrow. I'm going to see the footage myself. Tell us about it. Yeah, so there is a complaint pending in the state of Georgia before Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger. He says the information is credible and deserves to be investigated. That complaint alleges, it comes from true the vote, an election expert a conservative election expert named Katherine engelbrecht. They obtained the video footage for all those dropboxes that were distributed for the first time in the 2020 election. Before 2020, we didn't use dropboxes deliver votes. But they put all these boxes out and often unsecure areas. And the only thing we had for protection was video surveillance cameras. Katherine's group went and got those video surveillance camera. And what they show, what they appear to show is people walking into the dead of night. When I mean the dead of night, I mean, midnight to 5 a.m. dropping in large stacks of ballots into the ballot boxes. Why is that a problem? It looks like ballot box stuffing is what we would have called it in the old days of tammany home. Well, in 2021, it's called harvesting. You are not allowed under Georgia law or Arizona law, Wisconsin law, Michigan law, to gather other people's ballots and deliver them for them. The person themselves has to go and deliver it. The only exception is for your immediate family. You can take your wife or your children to their ballots with you when you go. Any stranger, it's illegal. It's called harvesting in Arizona that begun prosecuting people for this. Well, these videos show what appeared to be harvesting, but Catherine's group went further. They went and got one of the people who participated in this scheme to admit he did it and described the large network of people 242 people were told that he described who participated this in Georgia both during the general election where Joe Biden allegedly defeated Donald Trump and then in the runoff where the Democrats won the two seats in captured the United States Senate, that there were 242 people making regular trips delivering these

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US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 5 months ago

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.

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"katherine" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:08 min | 7 months ago

"katherine" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Understanding of ourselves and each other, and inspires us to take action for the common good. Explore these findings and more at spirituality study dot org. In so many stories and fable set shape us, cold and snow, the closing in of the light. These have deep psychological as much as physical reality. They draw us even force us to do what Catherine may calls deeply unfashionable things, slowing down, resting, retreating. This is wintering, as she illuminates it in her book of that title. Wintering as at once a season of the natural world a respite our bodies require in a state of mind, a cyclical recurrent weather pattern, if you will, in any life. I've come to think of our pandemic world as one vast communal experience of wintering. And now here we are, as the enduringly strange year of 2021 draws to a close, still with so much to metabolize and to carry and an aching need of replenishment. It feels like Catherine may opens up exactly what I and so many have needed to hear, but haven't known how to name. I'm Krista tippett and this is on being. Katherine May is the author of several books, including the electricity of every living thing. She writes widely and beautifully on subjects from her love of cold water swimming to her own midlife diagnosis of autism. I spoke with her in midwinter, 2020. The title of your book of your newest book is wintering the power of rest and retreat in difficult times. And I thought it might be interesting to ask you because I started thinking about this reading you. To cast your mind back to how we're rest and retreat, experiences you had in your childhood or didn't. What did you learn about those things either actively or from what you saw around you? That's a really interesting question. I'm not sure if I'd have thought about those things very much as a child in a way. I had a very quiet childhood. I grew up in what we'd call a council estate. I think you guys would call it the projects or whatever like a state owned housing. And my mother was not very keen on leaving the house. She was agro phobic. And I found my childhood very boring, actually. We were always stuck inside. I was always asking to go out to different places and the only places we were really able to go to was to my grandparents house, which I loved. And to the supermarket on a Friday that was like that was the extent of the excitement. So actually in lots of ways it was enforced retreat for me as a child. There wasn't the opportunities that I wanted to have to get out into the world and to see it really. Was there, was there at all a spiritual or religious tradition in that background of your childhood? There was none at all. In fact, actually, there was almost the opposite of that. A kind of antipathy towards not only any particular religion, but also towards the idea of I don't know ritual or belief or anything that was seen as a little bit too fancy, but I was I went to church schools and I was a member of the brownies. And I used to absolutely love going to church funny enough. I loved the singing as much as anything else, but I really liked the sense of ritual and the sense of stuff happening. And by the time I was at university I became a chorister. Again, the only non practicing Christian chorister in the chapel choir. But actually, you know, I loved that peaceful time in chapel three times a week where we sang. So I suppose I've always been slightly drawn to it, but it's certainly not part of my background now. Right. I do feel some of those impulses kind of surface in this investigation you've done in how you live this idea of wintering. By which you're talking about all at once, certainly the season, the rhythms of the natural world, and the rhythms of the needs of our bodies, but also seasons and rhythms of a life. I mean, you do begin your book wintering with the sentence some winters happen in the sun. And you begin with a blazing day in early September. Yeah. Yeah, I thought that was really important actually. I wanted to make it really clear that although a lot of wintering is about my love of winter and my kind of affection for the cold and even the dark, that wintering is a metaphor for those phases in our life when we feel frozen out or unable to make the next step and that that can come at any time in any season in any weather that it has nothing to do with the physical cold. So it was very useful from a narrative point of view to be able to start with what indeed happened, which was on an unseasonably sunny day in September just before my 40th birthday when my husband felt very suddenly ill. Yeah. I mean, here's one way I thought this was such a beautiful way of one of the many places where you kind of describe what you're talking about. He said, with wintering, there are gaps in the mesh of the everyday world. And sometimes they open you and you fall through them into somewhere else. And somewhere else, which is now capitalized somewhere else runs at a different pace to the here and now where everyone else carries on. Yeah, that's a key feature of enduring a wintering, I think. In that it feels like everybody else is carrying on as normal and you're the only one.

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Chris Pratt Blasted for Note to Katherine Schwarzenegger

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:05 min | 8 months ago

Chris Pratt Blasted for Note to Katherine Schwarzenegger

"It is very rare that I comment on the world of Hollywood. However, I'm a human relations and insight into what feminism the damage feminism is done to the minds of so many people. Men as well as women though mostly women. I share with you a story from the daily mail. Chris Pratt, big actor. He's 41. He posted a photo of himself and his wife Catherine. Who's 31? Oh, really? Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter. On a November 2nd. He is accused. This is the headline. Chris Pratt is accused of sexism. The drop in to catch this? After Instagram post, in which he called wife, Catherine Schwarzenegger, oh, that would have been a giveaway. How many towards the negatives do you know, not related to Arnold? His greatest treasure. Now, are you following what I just said? You really don't? That's fascinating. Oh, I love this. This is one of those examples of where I could have the two of you in my quiz game. Why is his calling his wife his greatest treasure sexist? Yes, exactly. Exactly. I'm double COW and McConnell. Oh, my God. He's arguing. I can't believe it. One of the brightest people I know and he's doing something so stupid. He's arguing with the left. That's mind boggling. It means he owns her.

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"katherine" Discussed on Criminormal Activity

Criminormal Activity

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"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..

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"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

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"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

02:35 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

05:06 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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"katherine" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"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..

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"katherine" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"katherine" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"I'm luke and welcome to the podcast. What is your favorite subject in school. Is it reading or science. Or maybe it's math today. We're going to find out about a girl who loved math. Katherine johnson was born on august. Twenty sixth nineteen eighteen in white. Sulphur springs west virginia. She was a bright little girl. Who loved to count. Things shake counted the number of steps. She took as she was walking. She counted the forks as she washed. Catherine counted everything by the time. She was just ten years old. Catherine had started attending high school by the time she was fifteen years old. She had begun attending west virginia state college. While in college. Catherine studied to become a mathematician. A mathematician is a math expert at the age of eighteen. Catherine graduated with honors with degrees in both french and mathematics. After graduation she moved to virginia to begin teaching in nineteen thirty nine she was picked to be one of only three african american students in a graduate program at west virginia university. She did not complete the program instead. She chose to get married and have children catherine. Return to the workforce in nineteen fifty three she worked at the national advisory committee for aeronautics which later became nasa in the west area computing unit. This was a group of african american women who were all excellent mathematicians. These women were known as computers. Their work was significant since there were no computers to do the computations like we have today all the math that was used had to be done by a person. It was their job to do the calculations for the space program in nineteen sixty one catherine correctly calculated where alan shepherd. Space capsule should take off so that the capsule with land. Just where nasa wanted it to for catherine. This was just another math problem. Then in nineteen sixty two when the united states began working on how to send people to the moon. Catherine was on the team. Even though nasa had started using some of the first computers catherine was still involved in the calculations i she used her geometry skills a specialized part of math that deals with lines and shapes to find the right path for astronauts to orbit after that success. She used geometry to calculate the right way to get the astronauts to the moon and back without her knowledge of math. Nasa may not have had success even as computers played a more prominent role in space exploration katherine. Johnson continued to be an integral part of the work. She was involved in the apollo moon missions. Her computations helped the crew of apollo thirteen safely returned to earth. After complications on board catherine continued to work at nasa contributing to the space shuttle program in nineteen eighty six. At the age of sixty eight. She retired. She received many awards for her work. Including the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand fifteen. Nasa named one of their buildings. That katherine g johnson computational research facility in twenty sixteen also in two thousand sixteen margaret lee chatterly wrote a book about catherine and the other women computers the book is called hidden figures the american dream and the untold story of the black women mathematicians who helped win the space race later that same year. A movie based on the book but with a much shorter name was released. It is called simply hidden figures katherine. Johnson passed away on february. Twenty fourth. Twenty twenty at the age of one hundred one. Nasa called her an american hero. I agree.

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The Times Are Changing

Netflix is A Daily Joke

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

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

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Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

Podcast Movement 2021

02:41 min | 1 year ago

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

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Why We Have Different Accents With Dr. Katherine Kinzler

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

01:49 min | 1 year ago

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

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NYC Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Questions Where 100,000 Votes Just Came From

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Confusion Reigns After Unofficial NYC Primary Results Released

First Morning News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

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

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NYC Mayoral Race Update: Adams Stays Ahead as Garcia Surges

WNYC Programming

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Prosecutors Will Ask Grand Jury to Probe Building Collapse

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Why We Need to Include Human Behavior in Climate Models

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Why We Need to Include Human Behavior in Climate Models

"As the negative impacts of climate change are being felt across the globe. People are taking actions from installing solar panels on their roofs to joining student led climate strikes however these types of human responses are generally not included in models used to predict future climate change instead the climate models tend to assume a fixed pattern for human behavior and that people will keep acting the same way regardless of how many heat waves hurricanes and other climate induced disasters. They experience so my colleagues. And i incorporated human risk perception and behavior change into what we call the climate social model and found that in our simulations these human factors mattered quite a bit as the global temperature rose and led to increasing extreme weather events. People started doing more to mitigate their greenhouse gas emissions. they changed their behavior to reduce their emissions. The most when it was easy and affordable and when it was socially supported by others when we compare different types of human responses in our simulations we found that behaviors that are performed once but lead to emissions reductions for years afterwards so things like insulating homes or adopting hybrid vehicles. These behaviors led to the most meaningful impacts on global temperature on the other hand behaviors. That need to be continually performed to maintain emissions reductions things like manually adjusting thermostats or driving fewer miles in cars. These did not lead to much global temperature change in our simulations we also found that the magnitude of uncertainty from the human factors in the model was similar to the amount of uncertainty from the physical factors and so altogether. This work indicates that including human behavior that is responsive to our changing planet in our climate models would likely improve their predictions

Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

BrainStuff

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

"The vocal anti vaccination movement is fairly recent and was really kicked into gear in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight by a now discredited paper that appeared in the medical journal lancet which falsely linked vaccines with autism however vaccine. Hesitancy is as old as vaccines themselves. How stuff works also spoke with dr katherine edwards. The author of an american academy of pediatrics clinical report called countering vaccine hesitancy and she said this has been going on for centuries and pointed to a cartoon published back in eighteen o to the depicts people growing cow-like parts this was in response to edward jenner pioneering smallpox vaccine by using material from cowpox a medical historian by the name of elena kanas wrote in a twenty fifteen in the american historian that the first smallpox vaccine quote was met with enthusiasm but also dread while many patients and physicians were eager to fend off air as most feared diseases. Many others balked at the prospect of contaminating their healthy bodies with disease matter from an animal. And then when european countries began making smallpox vaccines mandatory. And the early eighteen. Hundreds she wrote that quote societies of anti vaccination assists formed to protest what they saw as unequal treatment and undue infringement of individual liberty. But they didn't get much traction. There was also little protest against the polio vaccine which was released in nineteen fifty four to wild enthusiasm in america according to conus she wrote parents so dreaded polio that they were quick to seek the vaccine for their children and course of politics never became necessary but as the decades went on american parents. Were not so excited about vaccinations for measles mumps and other diseases. She noted perhaps because people were used to living with these diseases.

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"katherine" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast

The TWIML AI Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"katherine" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"katherine" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"So several hours after price had down Catherine skinned him and hung the skin from a meat hook on the arch of a door in the living room m m. Yeah, cuz you know, she's not really good at butcher stuff. Mmm. Yeah, that makes me sick and anyways moving on she then decapitated price and cooked parts of his birth. To eat which she didn't served up with baked potato pumpkin beetroot zucchini cabbage, yellow squash and gravy into settings down at the dinner table along each plate. She had the name of prices children on them. Oh, I'm literally speechless. She was this girl was planning on repeating these kids their dad for dinner. No. Oh my God. No, Oh my God, that freaks me out. Like this is one of the worst ones God. Oh my God. Anyways, so young investigators also found like a third meal that was thrown on the back lawn, but they speculate that she'd actually tried to eat it herself, but then she couldn't go through with it. So she just took it out there. Oh my God, but I'm like, oh God anyway to continue this horror Fest prizes head was found in a pot with vegetables in the pot was still warm. They had estimated it to be between 104 and 122 degrees Fahrenheit off indicating that the cooking had taken place in the early morning. This is like making my stomach roil girl. I'm not even like birth. Oh, it's awful. There's more. Okay, just going to get through it. Okay? Okay, I'm ready. So sometime later like I'm assuming Walsh was still cooking or whatever. She arranges his body with like his left arm draped over an empty soft drink bottle and she crossed his legs like she just arrange his body at the dinner table. So Random, okay. Yeah and the court later claimed that this is an act of defilement demonstrating off Catherine's contempt for Price, which I think we can all pretty much agree that that's true. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I feel like it's defilement when you've skinned the poor guy who cut off his head and the cooked it. Yes. Oh, I'm like, do you need more evidence for that or so she does that suck? And then she left a handwritten note on top of a photograph of price and it was like Blood Stained and covered with like small pieces of Flesh off is disgusting. Yes, and I'm going to read it phonetically how she wrote it. Okay, but then I'll tell you what she meant cuz remember she can't walk right? Really. Oh, that's right. I forgot. So she says time got you back Jonathan for wrapping my Deuter you to Beck which is priced for Ross for little John now play with little John's dick John Price what you know, she's saying that John rake to her daughter not Deuter daughter. Oh, okay, and I genuinely don't know what she was trying to say with this. Nope dead. No, but apparently investigators now and they found none of these claims had any grounds to them. So like that price didn't actually rape off her daughter. Yeah. Okay, and that's I don't know anything about YouTube it for Ross. Like I don't know anything about the second sentence. Yeah, that seems weird. I'm just and almost sounds to me like she's saying like now go do what you did to my children to your own maybe but I don't know. She's a psycho. So I mean, who knows anyway, so she was found guilty. No, thank goodness. And she was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole which fun fact is the first time in Australian history that that has been given to a female. So I mean like good for her, I guess Macomb. History Crowley not something you want to be known for I don't think no but she's still alive. And here's the thing. Okay. This is the time that I can give my opinions. Okay? Yeah, we're ready. So this woman is like not objectively pretty you know, or like attractive I would think like she looks scary, you know. Yeah and so I'm wondering a how is she getting all these guys? I mean, yeah, four marriages. Yeah and B how he's getting all these guys abusing them and they're still staying with her, right? No kidding. Also, she can't even read and write. Yeah, I forgot that part girl. Oh great question. And the thing is like the guy is aren't I mean I wouldn't go for him but they're not like you said it's yeah like they're just normal looking dudes. That's so weird. I don't know she got some like voodoo magic or something. She's got something. I don't know what it is. But there's something wrong things aren't adding up in my brain. That's a really strange. So I'm just like you make a good point. Yeah. So happy Monday. No, I'm not kidding. Wow. So that's the story of Katherine Knight. I feel the way about that still awake about that as you should be We hope you enjoyed today's episode. If you have a story you want us to cover, you know, the drill head on over to our social media platforms and send us a message. You can catch us on Facebook or Instagram at Fireside Chats or email us at Fireside Chats at gmail.com want to dive deeper into the story head on over to our website at Fireside Chats. Com and check out our resources next week. We're talking about sex baby. Well sort of we're taking a trip to the sixties and checking out with JFK and Marilyn Monroe got up to remember all it's a jungle out there. So make good choices and be aware of your surroundings will catch him one more Back From The Far Side. Before we dive in yeah, like I don't know. I don't know you can say excuse me boss knows beverage break. Let me turn my bum warmer on. I'm not going to tell you about. Those are more Herbert. Well poopy face. Are we good? Can you hear me perfectly. I can hear you perfect. Do you offer Catherine runs around tap here is squeaky led to him a little and the police found out she then decapitated Prince and priced. I'm sorry. That's not funny nailed it. episode complete.

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"katherine" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"katherine" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"He I guess survive the stabbing. Yes, he survived and I I'm assuming it wasn't like a deep stab or like it wasn't a major cut kind of stab. I don't know. She does that a lot. I'm also guessing that he took back, you know, his condition of you can't live with me. Well, I think she was just over visiting kind of thing. Okay. Gotcha. Yeah. That's how I'm taking it. Anyway, I don't really know. Okay again, we weren't there, right? So the following day, February 29th. Price ends up going to the courthouse and he takes out a restraining order against Catherine and the afternoon, he tells his co-workers that if he doesn't show up for work the next day it's because she likely killed him who you know, it's a serious when you start telling your co-workers like watch for money. Yeah, and this is where it hits the fan. Okay. Oh my gosh. Okay like this is this is the start of the real story. Okay. Oh gosh, so long ago workers that the coworkers are like dude stay somewhere else tonight like Just stay somewhere else. You'll be fine. And he's like no, my kids are home. I'm I'm going to go home and just like protect them or whatever and I'm like Why don't you just like I don't know take your kids to a hotel. No kidding or like stay with someone else. Yeah, but whatever. Anyways, he goes home to find there's absolutely no one there. So apparently what happened was Katherine had sent the kids to stay with some of their friends that night, but he also was not there which is weird. Yeah. I guess she just walked up and she's like hey me and her dad are going to have fun tonight. So y'all should just go do something so long so nobody's there. So he spends some time at a neighbor's house that night and then he goes back home and he goes to sleep at about 11 p.m. Who late? Okay. Yeah. So earlier that day Katherine she decides she's going to go buy some new lingerie. She's going to get herself looking fine. And for some reason she's going to make herself a makeshift will of sorts. Hm. So she's like filming our kids and making like a rudimentary will and testament come out that okay. This is strange. Yeah, who knows why for real with her brain? Who knows who knows she then arrives at prices house shortly after he fell asleep. She watches a little bit of TV and then she decides to take a shower. Okay. Apparently this whole time price is still asleep weird timeline. Okay, So then she's out of the shower. She's filling clean feeling cute she wakes up price and they end up having sexual intercourse very back and forth. And this relationship? Yeah hot and cold. Yeah, so they do the sex and then he fell asleep after which we all know. She's a fan of right off. Yeah troll weirdly enough so fast forward next day 6 a.m. The neighbor became very concerned that price is car was still in the driveway and when he actually didn't arrive at work his employer sent a worker to see what was wrong and no break. So both the neighbor and the worker they were knocking on prices bedroom window to try and wake him up, but then they saw some blood on the floor and they were like, Later, probably call the police. Yeah, so they called the police and police arrived at 8 a.m. And they broke down the back door and the police found with his body with Catherine who is laying in a coma from taking a large number of pills. I don't really know what kind of pills she was taking but she took pills and now she's like laying on the floor in a coma. Oh my God. Okay. What a scene. I know. Well that's not even the worst part of it. No, this game is what they deduce happen. Well not really to do she told them she had stabbed price with a butcher's knife while he was sleeping, you know, cuz she was mad that he slept right and of course he couldn't fight back cuz he's sleeping exactly. So according to the blood evidence he woke up while she dead. Stabbing him and he tried to turn the light on before attempting to escape while Catherine chased him through the house. He then managed open the front door or get outside, but they think that he either stumbled or was dragged back in whatever somehow she got him back into the house before he could go out telling people that she'd stabbed. Thank God. He's in the hallway and that's where he finally died after bleeding out. Okay, that's horrifying. Yes. Yes it is. So he's laying in the hallway dead Catherine goes out into town and she withdraws $1,000 from prices account at one of the ATM's. Okay. Okay, then of course the prizes autopsy. It's revealed that he had been stabbed like thirty seven times in both the front and back of his body and most of those wounds were like dead. Vital organs my God thirty seven times. That's like Angry stabbing. Yeah, and honestly, I don't know why she went and got that thousand dollars. Yeah, that seems like really irrelevant. I just know that that's what she did. I think maybe she went shopping. That's what I like to say. But like but we don't know for sure. Yeah. Okay, no one really knows but I mean somebody probably knows it just didn't say right.

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"katherine" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"katherine" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"There you'll find a $25 off coupon code to get started on your next training today. Hi, this is Yael here with Debbie. We're here to introduce an episode where I got to talk with professor and psychologist Katherine Kinsler about her new book how you say it why you talked bout you do and what it says about you. This is a really important conversation because despite increased attention to ongoing social justice crisis. We seldom acknowledged a critically important area of ingesting a linguistic discrimination and in this episode. I have a chance to talk with Catherine about the research and the cultural milieu that we're living in and how language really has an impact and I know Debbie that you have a lot of thoughts on how language really influences gender discrimination. Yeah, I mean, I thought this was really fascinating in your conversation. You talked a little bit about how we use speech as a way of differentiating between groups, but that that can lead to a way to kind of discriminate stereotype shutdown oppressed groups and you talked about a few categories in the interview, but there are more I thought of you know, we may have race we have gender and sexual minorities gender. We also have disabilities if disability affects speech ageism and I was thinking ageism sort of both directions like with really young people but then also met with older adults and you talk a bit about the gender issue and I think as a woman that I could really relate to that so much I think as a woman there's sort of this narrow range of behavior that we're have allowed to have an Jill just recently talked about that with Alicia Menendez in terms of likeability and how we have to be assertive to get ahead. But we have to also log They likeable and it just gives us this very narrow range and I think the same is true with speech patterns. There's almost this tone policing about how we're supposed to use certain types of voice and we get critique wage for the way that we talk, you know, you can't sound too high pitched or did see and I think that a couple of examples you use the example of up speak in the interview where you kind of down like a little lift at the end of sentence another one that I think is fascinating vocal fry. Do you know what that is? It's we're kind of like you can't relax and do it. Yeah. It's like a guttural said, I don't know I do it on command, but I know do it sometimes oh I just did it. Did you hear that that anyway where it's fascinating to me because for a long time people were sneaking this as something that did see young women were doing and that people were fighting at Super annoying and it was it's a way of silencing women for their normal speech patterns. But you know, who else does it and never gets a used of being ditzy or Posh British men. Hm who are perceived as like highly intelligent. And so there's just such as sexism and kind of a way of condescending to women and I think two women and men have some just different styles of speech and I love the work of Deborah Tannen long as she has some great books and articles. She's a Linguistics professor at Georgetown and she has some great research on this how women tend to have like softer, you know, we're not as aggressive in our speech we 10:30 apologize more worth trying to be more relational I think in our conversations and we should all strive to be like that. It's a kind way to talk. We're not trying to be one into one off and ship as much but right now there's this conversation around how like women need to stop apologizing and I've trained a lot of interns in my field and you know psychology interns who were being taught Told that they needed to stop apologizing and they need to be more assertive and how they speak and I get that right they were trying to encourage women to be assertive. But at the same time it felt a little bit like tone police to me like oh, you can't talk in that more relational way that softer kind of more apologetic tone. And so it's just to me it's really fascinating and I know that this happens with racism a month or two and I think as women who have our voices out there in the world. It's like on the one hand we want to sound really good on the podcast but on the other hand, it's like we're subjecting ourself to potential criticism. And I think any time a woman speaks out we are subject to that. Yeah. Well and I think even just that comment of we want to sound really good is a really important one because good is so subjective and one of the things that Katherine Kim's our talks about both in our conversation and in her book is that good really is subjective to both the speaker and to The Listener and that a lot of what sounds good to each of us is really dead. Influenced by our heritage by our culture by who we affiliate with buy things like our sexual orientation by the political movements that we get involved in by the age that we are and so I think it is one of these things where if we're not careful we can get very restricted in ways that are really exclusionary and work against the movement to promote social justice and I think because language is such a overlooked aspect of how social justice plays out this conversation just couldn't come at a more critical time and I hope that you all take some of these ideas and enact them to become better listeners to open up to learning new languages one of the ways that I've started. I am really interested in having my kids get exposed to other languages and specifically to Hebrew one of the ways that we do is just through an app that I love called Duolingo. So some of these things can be not that hard to access but it really starts with awareness of the importance both of how we're impacted by language and how long Which can impact how we Orient towards other people into groups and then considering what kinds of action we can take so we really hope that you enjoy this important conversation with Katherine Kinsler off. Dr. Katherine Kinsler is a psychology professor at the University of Chicago her research sits at the intersection of Developmental and Social Psychology, and she focuses on the origins.

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"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"I oh you working so many actors and it's got to be like do you ever. Is there a time where you're like God. I wish we'd be with infinite earths thing. It's exhausting I don't know what I'm doing today. I don't know it just seems like it's so much panic attack every day. There were days of that. But maybe it's just me and maybe it's because I've been a part of so many from maze runner to shadow hunters to this so many of these crazy we have so many characters. And everything's happening all at once projects. You just resign yourself to the madness and lean into the fun of it because you get to go to work every day and where a super suit and work with some really cool people and run around and I remember looking around one day on set and I was in my super suit and then there were a couple Superman Dan and supergirl in the flash. And everybody you agree narrow. Everybody was there and I'm just going. This is how is this my jobs is this what I get to do for a living You know you're you're one of those people like my dad where I I don't know if this is true but I think my dad had more fun when he went to work with his colleagues Lavar sky and when I get home he's kind of like fuck. You Know Dad's home because he just seemed happier when he was at work. I don't know maybe maybe I'm wrong. I'm just saying it felt that way a lot of ways whereas I think you love your work. That's what makes you happy Adele when you go home for the holidays. I mean your mom and Dad I go home and see my grandparents my mom my friends family. They're it's it's really miserable city Kansas City. Yeah I did you let go. Can you put your work down ideal. And that's why I go home for a couple of days because I. My Grandma's House has always been my happy place ace as a huge woods in the backyard. That used to go wander around as a kid. It was like my literal and imaginative playgrounds and I used to just run around in the woods. Kids by myself and makeup fairy tales as a kid and I think that's part of why became an actor. I think it was always a storyteller. I didn't know that you could do that for a living and N.. Eventually that's you know. Obviously what I ended up doing is it hard to be. Present was so much going on in your life. Is it hard to be when you're when you're talking talking like when we're talking right now when people talk. Christopher walken once said this he was on. Conan O'Brien I never forget. I laughed so hard when people are talking and they the other things. You'd want them having a conversation with you. I'm thinking of a million things and Conan says what are you thinking of. And he says I don't know Tacos and so you know when you're with your family. Are you thinking crisis Arrow this Christmas movie. I've I've got so much going on. Are you really really. You can just separate. I can separate at this point because there are so few times in my life now that I do get to slow down and by by my own doing and by my own choice. Because there's I I'm a workaholic. I like to be busy. I liked to do things that I care about. I if if I can physically make time I'm for it. Why not but when I'm home? That's the time that I actually do. Get to relax and just be with my family because those those are the rare things now. Those are the special national moments that I get to just catch up and sit in my grandparents kitchen and everybody wanders in and end up. Having you know second meal of leftovers for is are we just opened a pint of ice cream and everybody grabs a spoon or a little differently though. Do you feel like there amongst or midst. Someone someone is it amidst right Ryan you nod your head amidst as the yeah. Yeah that's word but do you feel like sometimes they treat you like your your someone different now. No they not do right. No no actually. That's one of the things that I I love. Most about my family family. And my friends from Medicare or they pretend they don't care as far as I know they don't see me any differently. which is I think wonderful? I think the minute they see me differently. Thing is the minute I need to worry about what I am presenting to the world. There's no reason to be anybody different because of what I do. Oh or because of the jobs that I've done with true you know I'm still me but you're very mature like you're you're a mormon sure probably is eight year old as I am now. I think I was more mature as an eight year old than I am now because you graduated high school when you were fourteen or so. Yeah I mean it's not. Can you even imagine I barely graduated graduate high school I think have. Add and it was hard for me to focus. But you didn't have add zoned in. I was but that's I also was allowed to do you school at my own pace and in a way that worked for me. So it it. I think fostered exactly what I needed educationally and I was able to you know if I wanted to stand up at my desk I could if I wanted to do my homework outside in the middle of the woods I could if I wanted to do it standing on my head. That was what I did for the day or whatever I needed and I could do math for twelve hours a day if I wanted to or I could. Do you know a little bit of everything as long as I got done by the time it was due. And that's that's what allowed me to let my brain do what it needed and I just kind of went at my own pace and suddenly I was graduated before I even realized I was graduated. I wouldn't have said that that right way said suddenly I graduated probably the proper. No it's not a it's not someone out there is going on. Now she's right Sir William Shatner saying she would he what scares you missed. Opportunities Stagnant S- statements. I think stagnant is equivalent. If you ever get married. Do you ever think you'd ever want to get married. I'd love to you would I would. Yeah Well Gee I hear that Ryan Brian. She wants to get married. Not No no no no no but like every time I love that. Now what would you look for in in a partner. Somebody who makes better somebody who I can talk to debate with. And who makes me think and he makes me think differently than I. Otherwise would you looked at a big one laugh. Well that's the other part so it makes me laugh. Somebody who yeah of course. I'm a big. I'm a huge goofball. You that's how my whole family's that way we'll laugh about a situation before anything else. I my grandparents for example. I don't think I've ever seen them fight once in my life they'll make a situation silly early and laugh about it. How old or anything else? They're in their seventies. Does your grandmother ever take you aside and just tell you how much he loves you. Yeah surprised of you she yes. She texted me yesterday. She's like I love. Your pink hair is your hair pink. Yeah do you know I'm colorblind. White now it's paying the. Im Color can differentiate a lot of colors. I can see colors. Yeah can't differentiate them so I really thought your head was really cool but as white. But it's painting. Yeah what is it about horror movies that turns you on in a in a good like that makes you. Just you love them. I have my reason for them. Tell there's a couple. Things fit for me is nostalgic because my mom also loves horror movies and so she's she's kind that will just turn them on on a Saturday afternoon just because they're fun so that's kind of what I grew up with introduce. You got so many things I watched Kerry with her for the first time parole. Laugh at uh-huh. What else did I watch with her? For the first time a lot of the birds I watched with her. This is this is something I experienced my mother. She made me watch like motel. Hell make them indic- slowly. That's why I'm fucked those. It's a lot of like the little ones on Netflix. That I don't even know what game I haven't seen Joe Body directed at Mike Flanagan Flanagan. He was a guest list. Listen To me if you love horror go back and listen about three weeks ago Mike Flanagan. He directed Doctor Sleep. He directed the haunting of Hill House. Created it. He's an amazing director. And you should work with him and I'll put the good word in and boy I mean he. It's a great interview. I'm not to my own horn. You were there I am. I was there it was really good. It was good I was like a kid in a candy store. I was talking about the shining like everything stephen in king and so for me when I watch a horror movie it's like a roller coaster ride. It's it's adrenaline. I WANNA be scared and my problem with movies now a day. I know I sound like an old dude but I'd just nothing scary. Nothing really scares me. Jump stuff I want. Want something they talk about. This insidious was a great first to God. That movie scared me so much all my Ooh two loops that there are very few movies. That actually terrify me. I'd love the suspense though. That's what I love of sitting there and watching it. And maybe it's the the game of it all. Maybe it's the you know. I've been toying with the directing. But maybe it's I've we'll talk about that. But it's the toying with that idea of the formulaic nature. Of How do you do that. How do you build that suspense properly? And then let it deflate just just enough. The audience feel safe. And then you're really scared it's genius when it's done correctly and unfortunately you know if you think of movies like if you guys like horror movies you that aren't gory. There's a movie called the orphanage Toro that will blow your mind WanNa see Zombie movie. WanNa see a good Dombi movie trained Bussan you WanNa see a cool harm movie. That's really original with a great score and shot. Well it follows. I was going to mention engine follows. That's one of my favorite. We should watch horror movies. I have harmed screening. I screen horror movies with a bunch of my friends. I'm friends with my buddy John Heaters. Napoleon dynamite yeah. He's Mormon amazing. I love him and he's he's very family oriented kind of. It's just get me over for dinner. I see you know it's family but they come over. We watch horror movies. We dig up. We just really searched for good ones. It's hard yeah but anyway but that one I love I love it. Follows because it's so simple and it's that concept. It's also one of the best abstinence movies ever isn't it because it's I'm going to have sex after this. STD's from from hell it's sort of like what the hell have you have sex with. Somebody has sex then. It goes to that person that person that the guy had sex with right right and then it. It's it's the thing that will follow you at a steady pace a slow pace but a steady pay forever forever until it kills you and then it goes back to the person who gave it to you unless you pass it on to somebody else and you never know when your time you should make any follows to said but this time they could bring but they why can't they do have like gay characters because maybe you know the way they assume that sex is just a man and a woman in this movie. But what if it's I guess the characters just happen to be straight right but I'm not saying it's a bad thing I'm just saying maybe in the sequel you know it could be anybody. Yeah well I'm I'm saying that I was thinking but sex. That's why I was thinking that it would it still so if you're someone that person would get it but they didn't have any but I don't know how to get to. It didn't sound think about this story logic. That's actually a valid question. You can still have both sexual anybody. Yeah Yeah I mean how do we go. How did it get to me curious? Well back of does talk about other really not good what I just talked about. I think it's fine. I mean it's it's something most Orthodox question but it is valid question given the story or discussing defending engage people. Exactly I just WANNA see more games. No but it's the one horror movie I did see this year. That actually terrified me. He was US it. That's where we differ really. I felt it was. Here's my problem with us because the director of the first one was is brilliant brilliant. I'm not going to sit here and kiss some of his ass..

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"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"I oh you working so many actors and it's got to be like do you ever. Is there a time where you're like God. I wish we'd be with infinite earths thing. It's exhausting I don't know what I'm doing today. I don't know it just seems like it's so much panic attack every day. There were days of that. But maybe it's just me and maybe it's because I've been a part of so many from maze runner to shadow hunters to this so many of these crazy we have so many characters. And everything's happening all at once projects. You just resign yourself to the madness and lean into the fun of it because you get to go to work every day and where a super suit and work with some really cool people and run around and I remember looking around one day on set and I was in my super suit and then there were a couple Superman Dan and supergirl in the flash. And everybody you agree narrow. Everybody was there and I'm just going. This is how is this my jobs is this what I get to do for a living You know you're you're one of those people like my dad where I I don't know if this is true but I think my dad had more fun when he went to work with his colleagues Lavar sky and when I get home he's kind of like fuck. You Know Dad's home because he just seemed happier when he was at work. I don't know maybe maybe I'm wrong. I'm just saying it felt that way a lot of ways whereas I think you love your work. That's what makes you happy Adele when you go home for the holidays. I mean your mom and Dad I go home and see my grandparents my mom my friends family. They're it's it's really miserable city Kansas City. Yeah I did you let go. Can you put your work down ideal. And that's why I go home for a couple of days because I. My Grandma's House has always been my happy place ace as a huge woods in the backyard. That used to go wander around as a kid. It was like my literal and imaginative playgrounds and I used to just run around in the woods. Kids by myself and makeup fairy tales as a kid and I think that's part of why became an actor. I think it was always a storyteller. I didn't know that you could do that for a living and N.. Eventually that's you know. Obviously what I ended up doing is it hard to be. Present was so much going on in your life. Is it hard to be when you're when you're talking talking like when we're talking right now when people talk. Christopher walken once said this he was on. Conan O'Brien I never forget. I laughed so hard when people are talking and they the other things. You'd want them having a conversation with you. I'm thinking of a million things and Conan says what are you thinking of. And he says I don't know Tacos and so you know when you're with your family. Are you thinking crisis Arrow this Christmas movie. I've I've got so much going on. Are you really really. You can just separate. I can separate at this point because there are so few times in my life now that I do get to slow down and by by my own doing and by my own choice. Because there's I I'm a workaholic. I like to be busy. I liked to do things that I care about. I if if I can physically make time I'm for it. Why not but when I'm home? That's the time that I actually do. Get to relax and just be with my family because those those are the rare things now. Those are the special national moments that I get to just catch up and sit in my grandparents kitchen and everybody wanders in and end up. Having you know second meal of leftovers for is are we just opened a pint of ice cream and everybody grabs a spoon or a little differently though. Do you feel like there amongst or midst. Someone someone is it amidst right Ryan you nod your head amidst as the yeah. Yeah that's word but do you feel like sometimes they treat you like your your someone different now. No they not do right. No no actually. That's one of the things that I I love. Most about my family family. And my friends from Medicare or they pretend they don't care as far as I know they don't see me any differently. which is I think wonderful? I think the minute they see me differently. Thing is the minute I need to worry about what I am presenting to the world. There's no reason to be anybody different because of what I do. Oh or because of the jobs that I've done with true you know I'm still me but you're very mature like you're you're a mormon sure probably is eight year old as I am now. I think I was more mature as an eight year old than I am now because you graduated high school when you were fourteen or so. Yeah I mean it's not. Can you even imagine I barely graduated graduate high school I think have. Add and it was hard for me to focus. But you didn't have add zoned in. I was but that's I also was allowed to do you school at my own pace and in a way that worked for me. So it it. I think fostered exactly what I needed educationally and I was able to you know if I wanted to stand up at my desk I could if I wanted to do my homework outside in the middle of the woods I could if I wanted to do it standing on my head. That was what I did for the day or whatever I needed and I could do math for twelve hours a day if I wanted to or I could. Do you know a little bit of everything as long as I got done by the time it was due. And that's that's what allowed me to let my brain do what it needed and I just kind of went at my own pace and suddenly I was graduated before I even realized I was graduated. I wouldn't have said that that right way said suddenly I graduated probably the proper. No it's not a it's not someone out there is going on. Now she's right Sir William Shatner saying she would he what scares you missed. Opportunities Stagnant S- statements. I think stagnant is equivalent. If you ever get married. Do you ever think you'd ever want to get married. I'd love to you would I would. Yeah Well Gee I hear that Ryan Brian. She wants to get married. Not No no no no no but like every time I love that. Now what would you look for in in a partner. Somebody who makes better somebody who I can talk to debate with. And who makes me think and he makes me think differently than I. Otherwise would you looked at a big one laugh. Well that's the other part so it makes me laugh. Somebody who yeah of course. I'm a big. I'm a huge goofball. You that's how my whole family's that way we'll laugh about a situation before anything else. I my grandparents for example. I don't think I've ever seen them fight once in my life they'll make a situation silly early and laugh about it. How old or anything else? They're in their seventies. Does your grandmother ever take you aside and just tell you how much he loves you. Yeah surprised of you she yes. She texted me yesterday. She's like I love. Your pink hair is your hair pink. Yeah do you know I'm colorblind. White now it's paying the. Im Color can differentiate a lot of colors. I can see colors. Yeah can't differentiate them so I really thought your head was really cool but as white. But it's painting. Yeah what is it about horror movies that turns you on in a in a good like that makes you. Just you love them. I have my reason for them. Tell there's a couple. Things fit for me is nostalgic because my mom also loves horror movies and so she's she's kind that will just turn them on on a Saturday afternoon just because they're fun so that's kind of what I grew up with introduce. You got so many things I watched Kerry with her for the first time parole. Laugh at uh-huh. What else did I watch with her? For the first time a lot of the birds I watched with her. This is this is something I experienced my mother. She made me watch like motel. Hell make them indic- slowly. That's why I'm fucked those. It's a lot of like the little ones on Netflix. That I don't even know what game I haven't seen Joe Body directed at Mike Flanagan Flanagan. He was a guest list. Listen To me if you love horror go back and listen about three weeks ago Mike Flanagan. He directed Doctor Sleep. He directed the haunting of Hill House. Created it. He's an amazing director. And you should work with him and I'll put the good word in and boy I mean he. It's a great interview. I'm not to my own horn. You were there I am. I was there it was really good. It was good I was like a kid in a candy store. I was talking about the shining like everything stephen in king and so for me when I watch a horror movie it's like a roller coaster ride. It's it's adrenaline. I WANNA be scared and my problem with movies now a day. I know I sound like an old dude but I'd just nothing scary. Nothing really scares me. Jump stuff I want. Want something they talk about. This insidious was a great first to God. That movie scared me so much all my Ooh two loops that there are very few movies. That actually terrify me. I'd love the suspense though. That's what I love of sitting there and watching it. And maybe it's the the game of it all. Maybe it's the you know. I've been toying with the directing. But maybe it's I've we'll talk about that. But it's the toying with that idea of the formulaic nature. Of How do you do that. How do you build that suspense properly? And then let it deflate just just enough. The audience feel safe. And then you're really scared it's genius when it's done correctly and unfortunately you know if you think of movies like if you guys like horror movies you that aren't gory. There's a movie called the orphanage Toro that will blow your mind WanNa see Zombie movie. WanNa see a good Dombi movie trained Bussan you WanNa see a cool harm movie. That's really original with a great score and shot. Well it follows. I was going to mention engine follows. That's one of my favorite. We should watch horror movies. I have harmed screening. I screen horror movies with a bunch of my friends. I'm friends with my buddy John Heaters. Napoleon dynamite yeah. He's Mormon amazing. I love him and he's he's very family oriented kind of. It's just get me over for dinner. I see you know it's family but they come over. We watch horror movies. We dig up. We just really searched for good ones. It's hard yeah but anyway but that one I love I love it. Follows because it's so simple and it's that concept. It's also one of the best abstinence movies ever isn't it because it's I'm going to have sex after this. STD's from from hell it's sort of like what the hell have you have sex with. Somebody has sex then. It goes to that person that person that the guy had sex with right right and then it. It's it's the thing that will follow you at a steady pace a slow pace but a steady pay forever forever until it kills you and then it goes back to the person who gave it to you unless you pass it on to somebody else and you never know when your time you should make any follows to said but this time they could bring but they why can't they do have like gay characters because maybe you know the way they assume that sex is just a man and a woman in this movie. But what if it's I guess the characters just happen to be straight right but I'm not saying it's a bad thing I'm just saying maybe in the sequel you know it could be anybody. Yeah well I'm I'm saying that I was thinking but sex. That's why I was thinking that it would it still so if you're someone that person would get it but they didn't have any but I don't know how to get to. It didn't sound think about this story logic. That's actually a valid question. You can still have both sexual anybody. Yeah Yeah I mean how do we go. How did it get to me curious? Well back of does talk about other really not good what I just talked about. I think it's fine. I mean it's it's something most Orthodox question but it is valid question given the story or discussing defending engage people. Exactly I just WANNA see more games. No but it's the one horror movie I did see this year. That actually terrified me. He was US it. That's where we differ really. I felt it was. Here's my problem with us because the director of the first one was is brilliant brilliant. I'm not going to sit here and kiss some of his ass..

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"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"You know what that is it because is am Stafa your former Co Star in shadow hunters was in it too. I mean I was a huge fan of it before Isaiah was a part of it but but partially because of Isaiah and partially because I just I love that story that property in that film but is actually at a convention that I got that it pop doll I was a New Zealand. Gave it to you saw it now. I was at the pop booth and I saw a little one and I freaked out over it and bought it. It was a little. Yeah little clown keychain. Exactly if you look at my backpack for work I have all of. These enamel pins on it and half of them are at. I've got little. SS Georgie in a balloon. And it says we all float. It's it's a little twisted but that's who I am wasn't a cool by the way I'm not saying he's a friend of ours. Isaiah Mustafa who was the old spice guy and he was in a movie. VIP cast him as as the play with friends growing up and back in the day. The movie back in the day and he went on a shadow hunters dad for four years but yes he plays your dad and shouted two hundred and he has grown so much as an actor. I love just watching his journey and I was married a wonderful Lisa and I just want to give a shout say regardless of what anybody thinks of the movie it they love it they hate it does. It doesn't matter if you look at his performance. I thought he gave a solid performance and he should get worked from that because he is he takes good direction. Any any any works hard he really does does. And I've I've learned so much from watching him and that's that's part of how I learned how to kind of do the job on shadow hunters is by talking to Isaiah and and every month or so. We'd have coffee find time in our schedule and have coffee and just Chit Chat and catch up and things he told you it was a long time ago. So don't even anything but I was like she's really she's really pretty just saying she's pretty. She seems really nice and she's gone. She's very nice. That's Zambia my Isaiah. Great Okay good talking to you but I remember Dad. I knew. Didn't he people the the data pulled a dead. I Love Isaiah. Basically is my dad at this point between him and Stephen I'm completely covered now are are explained to because we're going to get into some stuff I wanna get into last time. I know we talked about all the time and I said give yourself a break. I think I told you I Indiana yeah you never give yourself. Can you think if you stop working. You'll just completely freak out. I don't know about that for me. It's because I love work and that's that's part of why I do so many of these as conventions on the weekend like when I was shooting Aero there were so many times red fly back and forth to Korea for a day or two England. Wait wait wait wait. 'cause you say fly I to Korea for a day you fly to burbank fly to San Fran. Maybe for a day. You don't fly to Korea for a day I did. That's far. It's it's only a ten hour flight from Vancouver sends a lot of you know. What do you work every day? I was at that point. And and you still muster up the energy and the the attitude. I slept for about ten hours on the plane. This is an interesting guest guys because most most time we talk about guests you know people have their insecurities. Everybody hasn't scares people have their anxieties and depressions in their things and the things that make them tick and adversity they face and and you're talking. I'm we're talking today. Someone who's on the show before but maybe as important to look at someone who actually functions really well under pressure and it doesn't let the best doesn't let things get to her like we do the reason I fly back and forth so much is because of these conventions is because I agree exactly with with what you were saying before. It's I had a long conversation with one of my friends before I did my first convention because I wasn't one hundred percent sure about the whole concept of it and in all of that it was a little strange I didn't fully understand it but it's become one of my favorite things because you can connect with people and you know we pour our blood sweat and tears into things things as actors and half the time people just go. Yeah that's nice that's good wash it or it's like my dad. My Dad will say Dan. I'm doing this movie movie. Where when's it going to be in theaters while it's an independent movie so it's not a real moving? No it could become a big so. You're not filming a real movie. Where no I'm in the most movies they just don't do? We hope they do. Most shows fall under the radar. I did a show for two years. Called in pastor. People loved it now. The people of the rain and things go away and that's the story of our lives. It's we get a job and we're working and then we're not exactly unless we're Catherine Mack. Well it's truly for me. It's been so special to get to actually because I've been a part of these shows that have such fierce phantoms to go meet people and connect with people all and hear their stories and just talk and see the people that I see online in person. Because they've especially the shadow hunters fans they have taken this this this fandom and their their love for the show and taking it far beyond being fans of us or being fans of our characters or the show and created this movement and this wonderful space for people to feel accepted and loved and able to be their true selves. No matter what they are and I wanNA support that as much as I possibly can. Have you ever had someone come up and cried you and then you get emotional several times. Actually Gimme a good example that one that resonates in your head that you you couldn't believe the impact you had in someone's life off and in your response. I have one in particular. It was a girl that I was having coffee with. And she sat down and said I wanted to thank you for this character in the story that you've told because I lost my mom last year and have I've had to kind of take care of my sixteen year old sister schools eighteen and my character on shadow hunters lost her mom at a certain point during that season right around the time she'd also lost her mom and half of the season was about dealing with that loss and overcoming it and clary actually found her specific powers through that grief and in dealing along with that and this girl had somehow connected with that story and that she was and we both you know shed a little tear had a little Cryan and you know can I cried with her. I couldn't help it. I mean it's when these stories are so touching and so beautiful. It's it's amazing you have to take a deep breath and you have to who feel it is important to feel it. I don't know if it's you know some people I understand. Everybody has different strategies or strategies but sort of not defense mechanisms. But sort Commu the word for God's Sakes Ryan to something of it to you know what I'm saying like like they have their ways of dealing with things couple Ryan if we we meet somebody and they start crying maybe Ryan will go. I'm sorry to hear that. And he won't break down or whatever but you know maybe I might just sort of like lose my shit a little bit unlike feel with them not always what I'm saying people are. I'm not saying you would do that. Ryan down now. If someone cries in front of you and they're saying Ryan you really been an influence in my life and thank you so much and they're crying thing you have the wrong person. I'm sorry but you have the wrong. This is not me. That's really the the big things and the small things so it's little things like that but then also you know this just goes to show the the heart that is in this phantom. We were at a convention in shadow shadow hundred. We were at a convention in Brussels. I think it was either Brussels or Paris F.. Forget but we came on for the year at the end of a convention. You on your like. Hey thanks so much for coming guys by later are we all walked up on stage and suddenly turned the lights off. All the kids pulled out these giant heart shaped balloons and started singing the theme song you sing this room of. It's over well song people people no. I'm not a look I can't it's the this is the hunted that song that everybody's things for our show but they sang the whole song and all all of us on state were crying by the end of it. All of you guys too. I think a couple of us. I don't cry. I've seen him cry on screen and beautifully beautifully to these fake tears. I don't think so. Have you ever used fake tears. I have but that's after like a ten hour day that's twenty times gleaning. God that's that's the hardest man when you have to cry you just can't feel or how about I remember crying in seen I was just emotionally wanted them to blow. Oh the vapor. Whatever in my eyes and I had eight pages of dialogue after that my eyes were swollen? Like golf balls stone. I looked like I. I remember the episode. I remember how terrible I looked like. Oh my God can do anything you want us to do. Yeah no siege. I Shit Marvel my shit. It's so funny though because sometimes there are days where sometimes if you're doing it twenty times you need that by the end of it but then other days it you'll just connect with something on on another level so deeply that you don't need it and somehow it comes every time do you think your Do you worry about how you look onset. Do you WANNA look greater. You just have to trust people enough to be like. Hey they've got my back. What can I do isn't it? It's sort of a waste of time. I think we've all been there as an actor. You're like insecure. You're this and you got hope that somebody's watching from behind the Monitor and says Rosenbaum looks like Shit. He's got a huge burger under his nose. Can someone go the you have to have faith you do and it really depends on the character for me like there are some characters where you're supposed to look good and you need to look good and that's the point of it but there are other characters uncertainly particular scenes where you're covered in blood and you're crying your sweaty and you're supposed to look horrible as well. I think you should and those are the points where I actually. We'd rather look bad. You know that's something that I give Arrow so much credit for is that MEA the character I play on there is. She's a boxer. She's a streetfighter. She is the better she she is and she's hitting the face just as much as the man on the show and it should show that so every time she gets in a fight she comes is.

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"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"katherine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Inside of you to forget with Michael Rosenbaum and that was the first time it just kind of go. Wait a minute what it was one of those mornings. I just did some Yoga Bra and I walked in on your Yoga. SESS- I now. I want you to meet my yoga instructor in case you needed a yoga person because you know that all the surgery so that's good though. Yeah stretch it out Bro. It is. Yeah Yeah it's very important to stretch that you don't have to worry about that. You're very healthy. Non Surgery Kinda Guy. I should probably stretch more. I mean Tali limbs you do your three six six zero six zero six zero. It's like Taj two point. What is it with Taj Taj boy? No Tash Plano is it. Toss Point Zero tosh point. Oh Yeah and your Ryan six Point Ryan and six point. Oh got You know last week just to talk briefly about that because it certainly was probably the biggest response of any podcast episode. I've had in that was Stephen Mel Kudos to Stephen for for being brave. As I've said I did a KTLA interviews it was just viral. I think we were number. Talk on Yahoo. It was nuts man. It was like you know and thanks. Thanks to Stephen for again. Being brave man. It's just like you know. A lot of people especially celebrities. Liberties are always like. Oh can you cut that. I don't WanNa sound like that and I've done I did just did that with Erik Griffin I was on his podcast. And you know the Jeff dies his podcast and you know I thought shoot man. Should I have said that. And you know you you start questioning yourself. But you know you're you're gonNA say the wrong things but like you know Steven he said let me hear the video. Let me hear the audio. The only listening said the because I thought I think it it was important. I think it's important and I could just tell and people were like good on you. Good on you Steven I wanNA make this. It's not like you know this podcast is about this. This is all about mental health. This is all about you know anxiety and that's not what pocket. The podcast really is about being honest. Talk in and the people and just being open and seeing how they made it when they faced adversity would they. Did you know and I and of course I get an exile eighty and depression and all these things because I experienced them so I always wonder if someone else did and then maybe they can help me and that they have any insight. I'm always looking for like somebody's GonNa going to have more information. I think that's what it's about like you talked to someone. You might get something from someone. I'm GONNA try that. Do you feel that way. Yeah I was expecting you mean point at Chroma throat. Sorry that's fine. You're expected to be what pointed at this point that you you did. Did I point you mean like asking you the question. Aren't you thought I was just gonNA keep rambling and not directed towards you. I was I was I was ready to SORTA zone out. Yeah I I gotTA BE DAMNED IF I didn't no you're gonNA talk to me. Well that's not being present Ryan only person in the room. That's about being president. But you know I think when we we talk to people and we listen to this. I don't want to listen to a podcast about mental health. And it's more about you know sitting down with celebrities athletes all these different influential people. And by the way I'm going to have other people in the show Therapist I'm trying to get Dr Drew. You know those things are fun but I'm just trying to improve myself. I think that's what it is like. How do I feel better? How do I get better? You know what things can I try that. Aren't you know certain things aren't working for me. So what can I do to make things work better like for you. You don't do yoga. You don't stretch you. Don't do any of these things so maybe you start doing something and it becomes a routine and it helps you. Yeah that should do these things. I just don't maybe 'cause you're young. How old you thirty one stewed? I could be your father guy. I'm your Father Ryan Sophomore Year of High School Ryan Brian. Tao's Rosenbaum. Yeah that'd be weird I don't think I had sperm than I did but it wasn't effective. I think shooting blanks till probably thirty. I that was a late bloomer. Man Me too yeah. I didn't start puberty too late. If we ever played a skins shirts basketball I sat out if I it was a skin I was like I just I twisted my ankle just now what. We haven't started playing. We just chose who skins are shirts. Yeah I don't want to take my shirt up. I should probably have here under my armpit and I don't so I want to let everybody know that I'm going to Mexico. I'm going to Richmond Virginia for Cons Hans. If you're interested if you knew the area come see me. We do a SMALLVILLE nights willing and I it's it's fun you've heard me say I'm also in that Patria now. I think it's pretty fantastic. I did a live podcast or live instagram. The other day I do a lot of them so on there and when I got off there was like thirty. People had joined Patriot on in twenty minutes. It was insane it was last night. Yeah I was like dude. Everybody was really really cool. And people are subscribing to the PODCAST CASCINA. And I appreciate it. I just I'm blown away by it. Also Tom Welling and I of course as you know we Knocking point wines. Stephen amounts company. We made our own wine again. Last year it sold out. It's called pure evil. Is the name of our wine. It's two bottles of US looking at each other. I was the evil Asher. Tom was the pure this year. I'm the pure. He's the evil. It's knocking point wines and it sold out last year and they WANNA do it again so we did it again and it's sold out again so I don't know it's a cool keepsake or whatever inside of you is the code ten dollars off your first box bringing the total of twenty nine dollars for both bottles. I think it's pretty fair. They're both great. We did some wine tastings wine but I know what I like. It tasted good Tom Get something darker richer man lear. I'm always like a little feminine with my winds and just my life it's knocking point winds dot com and we're called pure evil great guest today and by the way Ryan were going video soon we are going to be in a few weeks. got a couple of weeks left. Maybe we'RE GONNA say we're trying to be strategic but we've done some task stuff if you're on the patron you've already seen some. We've got some right I. I think we're posting some video. What it's GonNa look like the show a little test and we did a little interview me you and jess and we did a little interview talking about guests and things things like that so you can get extra behind the scenes stuff on the Patriot? And I'm excited man. This rooms different. It's we got cameras. We spent a lot of money here. You're trying to make it look good and You know you could still listen to. It's GonNa sound great and It's going to look great and it's a work in progress so get ready in the next couple a couple of weeks right now She's been on the show before I'm always pushing to you know she's always working so hard this girl. She's always working so hard I think they're doing a spin off. She talks about some stuff because you know she's Oliver Queen's daughter on Arrow but a dynamic lady and I consider a friend although we don't hang out but I still consider a friend is that weird That's about it let's get right in to Katherine Athar McNamara on. You're listening to you inside of you with Michael Rose by Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience and Catherine already messed it up Katherine Katherine Merck Gathering McNamara. This there have been very few guests. What's that have come on more than once Tom Welling Zachary Levi Katherine McNamara? Oh my goodness and maybe it's because 'cause they don't WanNA come back I I. I don't really know the whole as you know some guests. I want like Jenna Fischer I go. Will you come back. I will absolutely come back. I believed her. She wants to come back. She had a lot of fun I think she was surprised fries. I think she probably podcast. And but you had fun last time around. It was my first podcast ever and I'm a huge podcast nerd so I am a listener. It's nerve your podcast and listen to. What's your favorite episode? Oh well it's funny. Because I listened to Stevens episode before I M Yes. Stephen Miller is episode before I had met him. Because I knew I was going on the show. Your episodes exactly always awesome is a good friend of mine as well as best. So you listen to Stephen. The MEL's episode. Is that because you wanted at that time. That's on your little sneaky sneaky. You couldn't you withheld some information. I did but only because sworn to secrecy by my employer which was era which was Arrow which was the CW or the WB. What is it any other companies? But basically when I first came on your podcast at just been cast in Ero. And if there's any podcast I would've loved to talk about that on it. Would this one right. But I couldn't I I couldn't even breathe a word of it now. I get confused. I don't know it's I don't think Steve Won't be upset with this. But I've seen an episode of Arrow. I washed them like Oh good. He's good it's a it's a nice show but it's not like I watch Arrow. I don't watch you know people assume that 'cause I was lex luther I must love comics. I love this I I love people and also go to a lot of conventions to sign and I used to go to conventions to watch to meet horror legends. Because I'm a huge fan. I know Europe car the huge and we'll get into that. I know because we talked about briefly before but so I would meet actors at convention so it was easy for me to say. Hey I was Lexi. You're a superman like brandon. ROUTH was like yeah. I'd love to do it man. I'm the cool. How the other Superman and so it's easy to guess people cool you get to know people being at these conventions as you now? Now you've done a lot of conventions they're the best. I Love Them. You make a shit ton of money I don't know comparatively I feel like people like you and William Shatner make a a lot more than I did you say me and Bill Shatner. That's not true. Look I first of all I will say one thing about the conventions. A lot of people don't know I know this many people think. Oh you go to these places and you take people's money. Some people will soon that and I thought that for a long time and then I actually realized. Wait a minute I am a fan. I used to conventions and this is a vacation for me. This I it's like almost Katherine McNamara on her week off of Eros. I'm going to Hawaii well. These people these fans these friends friends a lot of my listeners. They come see me at conventions or their heroes. Why isn't that a great vacation? If you'RE GONNA go meet people that you admire or people you WanNa meet and you see carr's play and there's events and there's I look at all the toys I have in my house. This is awesome. This is because of cons. I Love Staying Imperial Walker at Yes. I think they're really cute. I know they are cute. You would you like that. I wouldn't take it. It's so perfect up here but I appreciate eight it for sure. We'll try to find you one. Okay would you really put that in. Your House actually might have a little tiny it pop doll. I have a few little things pop doll..

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"katherine" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

12:20 min | 3 years ago

"katherine" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Katherine. Playback? Just like. Take a hike. Kazakh flip. Forty. Scare. Competition put fish in. We play. We haven't flooding. Get your question. Objective. Could. Platic the play. Fucking. You're listening. With Robin Levin. Lapin Lapin king. That's me. And we are right. Smack dab in the middle of Nate Dogg tribute Oriel Nate Dogg died on March fifteenth two thousand eleven after having a couple of strokes. Yeah. That was a pretty tough fella right there. Now Nate dogs career started. When. Warren, g snoop Dogg and himself formed the group to thirteen now they wouldn't release fall project until two thousand four. But three of them can be heard on the chronic are doggy style, and to thirteen was one of the early adapters of the g funk style that's a mix of eighties, funk and hip, hop, and nates voice. He's got soulful voice, man. He's really smooth. It's perfect over those kind of beets. And there is no doubt. Then he added a huge role in the sub genres impact early on his debut was on the chronic which just shows goes to show, you how bad of a legend. He was man. He's tough man now that same album that launched the careers. That's the same album excuse me that launched the careers of snoop dot corrupt das- Dylan and warned, gene. And also. It also launched Nate Dogg as well. Ah-ha? Yes. So let's go in and listen to interview with Nate Dogg and snoop. Trauma have no image. I'm just giving people who I. After we went through the past years. Kind of like it was kind of time. Somebody say is we we family dog. I love. Know, how rapid is all about balance, and you can do all that. About to have some point where you can be able we party to go. We can go part, and we can do our music. We can do this. We can even battling can shop head off. You know after the end of the day, we can still laugh. Got love hip, hop in general. People out there hustling trying to make on kids trying to live off of our music. That's come see me from on the east coast, you know, doing solid with little Chris DAL sound JD all the way back to where I live on the west. Thanks. Thing people categorized music and saying what I feel so mice Jackie one day and do a country. Me music awfully my musical. Klein who I am people. His like releasing. What will be? Get mad will be mad on tape for targets Get that sad go. or happy wanted wanna do whatever I can make about it. Keeps me from doors. I kinda wanted to come fresh because there was a new beginning on new store. Like, always I got my work. I'm boost on hand giving people weren't they? And I'm just really sorry to see whatever. All right now. Now, Nate Dogg wouldn't emerged as all clip solo artist until nineteen ninety eight when he released the double album, g funk classics volume one. Volume one theory volume one and two with his debut. You get exactly that g funk classics, his smooth delivery was soft enough for the ladies but hard enough for the fellas at the same time. The mix of hip pop tendencies with classic are MB and sold delivery fell alongside this funky new sound and when paired up with an MC, you bet it was a force to be reckon with. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I gotta say, Amen. All right. So let's go into a couple more songs. Be right back. Allah. Twenty. The window. Talk. Veggie acid rock special thoughts crossing. Fakey? Only. With the polish. Second. All the ladies if you can pick them. Twenty. Cut. Cohen. This. Output. Back. Ready? Warning train. In the morning. Now, although he never saw the type of solo success that snoop Dogg are Dr Drey achieved..

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