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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:26 min | Last week

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Shored up and get something down gina raimondo. She's secretary commerce madam secretary. Thanks time i appreciate it. As long as we're on jobs as the secretary and i were there at the end this being thursday we got our regular update on first time claims for unemployment benefits this morning. A new low for the pandemic last week. Three hundred and sixty thousand people for jobless benefits for the first time once you get past that first application though you fall into the continuing claims bucket. That number was down as well but still more than three point. Two million people are applying every single week in this economy for jobless benefits katherine. Edwards is a labor economist. At rand we asked her what that number means to her. So i look at this number and think that we are basically on a deadline for these workers to find a new source of employment and one interpretation is that just the matter of the labor market producing job but the other interpretation is that's also a matter of the person feeling comfortable going back to work or being able to go back to work in the pandemic and so both of these things need to happen. A deadline menton at the beginning of that cut is this. You found continuing claims for unemployment benefits long enough. Eventually you fall into the long term unemployed category out of work twenty seven weeks more and as we've talked about that just makes it all the harder to get back into the workforce. Nothing good happens on wall street. Today was combine the close kind of choppy. Getting there though. We'll have the details.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

01:59 min | Last month

"katherine edwards" Discussed on BrainStuff

"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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Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

BrainStuff

01:59 min | Last month

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 edwards" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Mitchell mentioned the three hundred dollars a week an extra unemployment benefits that is said to be in the relief. Bill congress is said to be talking about not often mentioned given how much we've been talking about unemployment insurance since this pandemic hit is that our unemployment system is eighty five years old and hasn't seen a major reform since gerald ford was in the white house katherine edwards studies unemployment insurance at rand and given how critical it is that is to say unemployment. Insurance is in this economy right now. We thought might be a good idea to talk dr edwards. Thanks for coming up. Thank you so much for having me. So when when the economy started going south back in late february early march And those of us who don't study the labor market and unemployment saw the the crater. That was happening. I think a lot of people were caught unawares. Were you surprised at all that. The unemployment system sort of got overwhelmed now because the problems with the system have been known for decades. The real weakness in unemployment insurance is at the people who finance the program in the people who administer the program are better off when fewer people receive benefits right. Your state has to finance a tax on its employer base in order to pay for benefits and states. Don't like doing this. You know. I mean you can imagine the amazon headquarters search. They said one of the components of their process would be what the employer tax was in this. When congress saw that a recession was coming it knew exactly what it had to fix and they did it. They did it all on the single legislation. Unfortunately they had it all expire right at which gets us to the current moment where there is so much peril as congress decides what it's going to do yes. I often joke with my friends that perhaps congress just has a flair for high drama. Which is why they keep on. Establishing benefits in the middle of recession and then threatening to take them away but possibly extending. It's not a very fair thing to do for the families who are relying so entirely on these benefits because there is no job to be found How much of the well. I'm going to say dysfunction. You may disagree because arguably it's working but how much of the dysfunction of the unemployment insurance program is because it's kind of a state and federal hybrid. I would argue especially in terms of fraud. It's most of it. But on the benefit side when you allow benefits to vary across state you create a wedge between what someone earned in what they get in a benefit right so if i were to apply for social security old age insurance tomorrow and i found out that because i lived in texas i got half of what i would have gotten had. I lived in hama right. People would be incredibly upset and they wouldn't be able to believe that this benefit that you paid for and worked for is ultimately going to be filtered through what your state feels is worthy right. It should be based on you. We do that for old age insurance but we don't do that for unemployment insurance yes so given that On the one hand we've tried to reform or fix the unemployment insurance system in this country several times over the past five decades But on the other hand we saw congress in march work unbelievably quickly to shovel trillions of dollars out the door when it was desperately needed in in unemployment and business support. What's your confidence level in in finally being able to to rectify the wrongs. You know the question you're asking me is have. We reached a turning point. One thing that the cares act included. That i thought was pretty incredible. Was that it added two reasons for unemployment insurance carrying for another person caring for someone who had covid or carrying for school children that that had no other option so my hope would be that we would act boldly and broadly in thinking. Not just here's this program. That's a joint state. That has eroded benefits but we have an economy that has risk that workers are exposed to that we should cover efficiently. Because that's the best investment for the economy katherine edwards at.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Juice. I'm I've never been so bored by supposedly. Three some or whatever I'm like. Come on show. This to me are like get off the screen. Can I say? And this is this is might be. This might be like the most polarizing thing I say. Oh, I guess. Because you know I think I. I don't think you here. Daniel when I said this I I believe Je Jess Casey, but I've sort of reached the end with Erica I'm not I'm no longer. She sort of coming alive a little bit more this season that she has I think even for the last two like I've just not been. I don't know it's just. She seemed a little bit asleep at the wheel for me, but when she said that. She would yell at Ta if he ever spoke to her friends, the way that errands spoke to them and I'm not defending Aaron and his weird fucking accent, but didn't. I mean let's remember Erica's first season I'm speaking Erica when Tom spoke so rudely to Katherine Edwards. Listen. All. It's all on camera. It was like one of the episodes where they go over. Were they I think they need Tom. Maybe one of the earliest. It was like one of the dramas with Erica in her first season was the whammy sought to Katherine Edwards and he cut off Erica. Instead. I'm speaking Erica and that was her chance. That was her chance to be the Ri-. She is presumably I. This none of the other thing that is amazing that you remember that s good call it. Also that is interesting because the thing that the moment that I kind of turned on air at never came back from. She snapped at Teddy. Don't you ever talk to me? That way and I just was like. Erica wouldn't talk to me that way. There's. You know what I mean. She picks and chooses area now zoned because. She went and talked and talked to Garcia that way. I'm just like she's not talking to denise that way. She's talking to Erin Eric.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Skimm This

"We woke up this morning to some record breaking numbers showing just how many people in the country say there's suddenly out of a job. Those numbers are frankly shocking and they may not even show the full picture then the secret national stockpile of the. Us's emergency medical equipment is running. Low will explain what that stockpile actually is and why this is happening at precisely the wrong time in. We're here to make your evening smarter. Let's skim this okay. The Kobe nineteen pandemic is a rapidly. Changing story with lots of moving parts. And we're going to help you sort out. What exactly you need to know. Starting with the three big developments of the day and today we've got a historic development to tell you about the breaking news. A record shattering six point six million Americans filing for unemployment last week. That is more than twice that we saw last week. You know. These numbers are so devastating. Forgive me if my jaws on the ground you heard that right last week. More than six point six million. New People filed for unemployment. That's twice the number of people who filed the week before it seriously hard to put into words just how unprecedented these numbers are but basically the number of people who filed for unemployment last week is about ten times higher than the previous one week record set during the nineteen eighty two recession from before all this began. But what's even harder to explain is what the people who are filing. These claims are going through after last week's stunning unemployment numbers you might remember. We spoke with Katherine Edwards a Labor economist for the public policy. Think tank the Rand Corporation. And she pointed out. A lot of people filing for unemployment are going to run into some problems. There are going to be met with a very difficult and defunct computer system. They're going to be met with long. Wait Times on the phone and for a lot of them. They're going to be met with rejection of the claim part of the problem. Is that the unemployment system is run state by state and individual offices just aren't equipped to be able to handle this onslaught sure enough over the last couple of days we've seen reports across. The country. Offices are overwhelmed and are having a hard time keeping up with the backlog of requests for help plus their reports of super long lines in person and on the phone so a lot of people who need help might still be waiting to tell the government about it and finally the massive stimulus bill. We've been hearing so much about supposed to help gig workers but thanks to some confusion from the states. They still haven't been able to get help just yet. Some people might be falling through the cracks which means they may have to wait longer to get the financial aid they need and are told they will get if you're one of those millions of people who've recently lost their job. Your state might be making new exceptions to get help to more people so be sure to check your states labor website and understand that. Wait Times. Maybe long we're GONNA keep answering your money. Questions as the economic fallout of Kobe. In nineteen develops and offer resources to help you stay financially healthy to stay updated head on over to the skim dot com slash spend smarter. Our second headline today involves whether the US has enough medical equipment to get through this outbreak yesterday. President trump was asked about a report that America's big stockpile of emergency medical supplies is almost empty sending it directly to hospitals good for those hospitals. But not so good for the long run. So what the hell happened and how this stockpile dry up right when the US needed it most first. Let's talk about what exactly is national stockpile is it's called the strategic national stockpile. It's run by the Department of Health and Human Services and around two hundred people are in charge of keeping it maintained. The idea is that the US has what it needs in the event of say a big disaster like a chemical weapons attack EEK a lot of the rest of the details about the stockpile or secret. Where is it undisclosed? How many locations are there also undisclosed? Though reportedly they're strategically placed so that emergency medical equipment is never more than twelve hours away from where it's needed. What's actually in it? You guessed it. The specifics are undisclosed though. Npr reports it's valued at around eight billion.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Skimm This

"Okay. The cove in nineteen pandemic is a rapidly changing story with lots of moving parts. And we're GONNA help you sort out. What exactly you need to know starting with the three big developments of the day. Let's start with what happened this morning. We just got guys the number that we've been waiting for all morning just moments ago. The number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits has hit a record high for a single week. We're talking about a decade of job expansion. That suddenly has come to a screeching halt last week. Three point three million people in the US filed for unemployment. That's about five times. The number of people who filed at the height of the Great Recession. So scary headline on a big policy level. But it's also got a huge personal impact as well. What is that look like? We call it a Labor economist to find out it's truly staggering. That's Katherine Edwards of the Public Policy. Think tank the Rand Corporation and she says that people who have filed for unemployment. This past week have probably faced a range of problems with us. Number tells us this morning. Is that a lot of people are looking to this program for Health. Probably people who have never applied before probably people who have never thought about applying before or didn't know how and they're going to be met with a very difficult in defunct computer system. They're going to be met with long. Wait Times on the phone and for a lot of them they're going to be met with rejection of the claim and that last part might be the toughest of all because Edwards says it's ultimately up to the states to decide who gets those benefits in most states to be eligible to receive unemployment. You have to demonstrate a proven work history in the state where you're filing your claim and if you just move states it might take several weeks to learn. You should have filed your claim with the state. You just left. Usually you've also got to demonstrate that you're actively looking for work and proved that you were actually laid off or that. It wasn't your fault not to mention that during a pandemic a Lotta people who aren't able to work because of social distancing rules or who are just working a lot. Fewer hours may not be eligible for unemployment insurance either like a waitress who works in a restaurant that still open. But it's just doing curbside pickup so a lot less tips. That said there may be some fixes to address people who fall through the cracks earlier this month. The Labor Department said that States can be flexible and make some exceptions around these rules. For instance they said unemployment can be given to workers businesses that are temporarily closed because cove nineteen or to workers who have to quarantine or care for a sick family member. Also keep in mind that big economic relief bill that just passed in the Senate and might pass in the House of Representatives. Tomorrow could address some of these issues for instance. Let's GIG economy workers or freelancers apply for unemployment insurance for the first time but all of these recent Kobe. Nineteen fixes to unemployment insurance. Don't necessarily cover everyone who's being affected right now like that waitress whose hours were cut way back and even Congress can't magically fix the slow computers at your state unemployment office so even for states that want to help making major changes to the unemployment system during pandemic isn't easy and there are already concerns about that so this week we're hearing about the number three point three million. I wouldn't be surprised if next week. We're going to start to hear a lot of stories in newspapers about people who are desperate for benefits but found out that they weren't eligible for them so it could be a little while before we understand the full scope of how bad the unemployment situation really is and big picture. Edwards says numbers alone. Never tell the full story the effects of what's happening and how is internalized by household debt. That will take a long time to really find out we can get a glimpse of what the devastation was in. We're hardship is coming from but that doesn't mean we understand what hardship meant for people going through it. So what's the skin? The news that three point three million people in the US applied for unemployment. Last week shows that Kobe. Nineteen is setting records for the US economy for all the wrong reasons in the state. Unemployment system wasn't perfect to begin with so some people may have trouble getting the economic assistance. They need if you're one of those millions of people who've recently lost their job. Here are some tips to keep in mind like we said under the new Senate Stimulus Bill. More people would qualify for unemployment benefits including some people who aren't typically eligible GIG workers like rideshare drivers and freelancers. And depending on where you live your state might be making new exceptions to get help to more people so be sure to check your states labor website and understand that. Wait Times maybe long. Also if you're lucky enough to still be employed you may want to revisit your budget and see their their new places. You can cut back on now that we're social distancing or start or building an emergency fund or see if you can get a break on loans as lenders get more flexible with borrowers. We're going to keep answering your money questions as the economic bailout of Kobe. Nineteen develops and offer resources to help you stay financially healthy to stay updated head on over to the skin dot com slash spend smarter. Our second headline today involves a pretty big videoconference. No we're not talking about your company Wide Zoom meeting. We're talking about the latest G. Twenty summit world leaders. They're just like us. Remember the G. Twenty is the Group of Twenty Aka the leaders of Nineteen countries and the European Union. Who Talk about how their economies can get along. Every year these world leaders get together in one of their countries for an annual summit and later this year they were supposed to meet up in Saudi Arabia but with everything going on with Kobe. Nineteen they decided. They needed to have an emergency meeting. And with social distancing and a lot of international travel restrictions they decided to take a move out of the work from home playbook. So That's how all the g twenty leaders like Canada's Justin Trudeau Germany's Angela Merkel and India's Narendra Modi ended up on a video conference. It's a pretty great visual. We've linked to a screen shot in our show notes. And of course. They talked about how they're handling the pandemic that's paralyzed most of the world. The meetings chair Saudi Arabia's King Soman kicked off the conversation by calling for unity quote. The world counts on us to come together and cooperate in order to face. This challenge Soman noted that a lot of countries are passing their own economic stimulus plans but they also have to be willing to help each other out and he had three requests. I all of the G. Twenty member countries should contribute to funding research and development for a vaccine and crucial medical supplies. Second they should start trading their goods and services with each other again as soon as possible and finally they should help countries that are less developed. That last one is especially important. You see yesterday. The World Bank and International Monetary Fund called G. Twenty countries to give the world's poorest countries of break when it comes to pay back their debts. Td how the countries are reacting to that request but the G. Twenty countries said they are going to work on fixing any broken links and global supply chains and that they asked their money people to work together on an Action Plan. Not a bad way to end the call. And that's notable since another recent international meeting didn't and is nicely yesterday. A smaller group of countries known as the g seven have their own video. Hang out but that one ended in a disagreement. Us Secretary of State. Mike POMPEO ONE COPA nineteen to be called the Wuhan virus in the official statement about the meeting. Experts have warned against referring to the Buenos by this term because it breeds xenophobia and last night some of the g seven reportedly agreed ultimately writing statements of their own that use the World Health Organization's Designation Cova Nineteen which brings us to our third big story of the day for weeks. We've heard about how hospitals can become overwhelmed with the rising number of Kobe. Nineteen patients some. Us healthcare systems are already living that reality in New York. At least one hospital had to store bodies in a refrigerated truck after it's more hit capacity in Atlanta earlier this week. The mayor said that. Icu beds are already maxed out and in Texas Governor Greg. Abbott says. That's exactly what he's trying to get ahead of earlier this week. He announced an executive order to increase the number of hospital beds in a state. I'm directing all licensed healthcare professionals and all licensed healthcare facilities to postpone all surgeries and procedures. That are not medically necessary to correct a serious medical condition or to preserve the life of a patient. Sounds simple enough states across the country like Michigan and Colorado have announced similar measures? But the problem what does medically necessary mean in Texas abortion rights groups and the state's attorney general are disagreeing over that one. The State Attorney General says unless the mother's life is in danger. Abortions are elective and abortion rights groups. Say No they're not and yes. Women still need to access them during the pandemic now. They're taking that disagreement to court because last night abortion rights groups announced they're suing. Let's look at where both sides are coming from. Two weeks after evidence of community spread was first reported there. Texas now has the eleventh highest number of cases in the country and some model say the peak is yet to come. That's why governor. Abbott is trying to free up. These hospital beds and personal protective gear like masks and gowns. Meaning people basically have to wait for all procedures unless a their life is at risk or be. Something seriously bad could happen. And here's where abortion rights groups disagree they say abortions are essential healthcare. They say they're time sensitive procedures that can't be put off like say a knee replacement can and last week the American College of obstetricians and gynecologists said they agree that quote the consequences of being unable to obtain an abortion profoundly impact a person's life health and wellbeing. Texas has a history of passing laws that restrict abortion access but this fight is playing out elsewhere to governors in Mississippi and Ohio. Have also come out and said that unless it's necessary to save the mother's life abortions aren't medically necessary during the Kobe nineteen pandemic all we know is the White House has advised medical providers to delay elective procedures and as more states started hearing to that. We're likely to continue to see different interpretations of what elective really means like. We said there's a lot happening right now to keep up to date on the latest news about Kobe. Nineteen head on over to the skin dot com slash. Colbert updates.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"They had been friends for a long time, or you can really tell like in a negative way like some of the seasons of jersey where they just throw a bunch of women together and trying to make them friends. Yeah. But I think in Beverly Hills, it's a combination of a lot of them knowing other for a long time like lease engineers, but then also them destroying random women in group together. But then actually starting real friendships like Kyle yet now looking like Doreen, and Denise, yes, I agree. Because also. The women that they throw in. It's like they want to be friends with me. Like they probably never met her before they're excited that, like, when they throw in, like a Carlton, Jeb Lia. It's not gonna work. Yeah, but I just really liking the friendships being formed, and watching them all the bar for bringing in new Beverly Hills, housewives, actually really the either have to be in a salvage celebrity like a familial connection like teddy or Jane. Right. But they went through a real lull when they were bringing in Katherine Edwards really trying to make like that than eat Edens. Tune Joyce, like they really went through, like a lot of rich ladies to get to the gold mine that they now currently have agreed next week branding comes back and it couldn't Denise. How do you know? I don't know I guess their friends, maybe they know through like Eddie. Maybe they just between friends back in the day. But I'm so fucking I feel Denise is, is really not judgmental like Denise is poised and put together. But she can throw down to cost me goes, just like any of them and all the ladies, just really judge for. How much drag? But I really Denise if Bernie, whatever come back to, to be great friend for like she's really fun. She's, but she's still put together but she's not judgmental. She's not just he's also not sensitive, the hand job. The happy ending stuff is like she knew that they were being mean she didn't care. And so, like, when brandy gets to her place, like teasing her friends, and like when she saw at least in the face and Lisa then resume. Oh, but it was not really a huge deal, like Denise wouldn't have been put off by. Yeah. Or when granny through the have thrown a back one hundred percent a normal person. But that was that was I lean this is who she is. And know your boundaries with lean. Yes. Yes..

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"And I knew what I was like, I'm this. I was been such a Beverly Hills state of mind and Camilla's me real entry that season with Kelsey is amazing. Yes. And I meant Catherine I feel like I just couldn't get her name. Katherine Edwards so watch. What happens live Twitter people? Can you tweet that alleys Paul? I have my Camille grammer happy fiftieth, you deserve everything in your life. There is also one of Bernie buddy under the bus. And then they did to somebody who's nice. I really LV Pete it you. On everything finally Mila Kunis says she wants to come to the reunion. We'll guess what Mula kunas. I would love it. If she came to the reunion. She won't come on this show for like, I know she's a huge house was that she thinks. Next to each other at the billboard awards. And she's like, I'm a little scared of you. And I was like don't be go. I promise I go out. Oh well. You anything you? We'll talk about. Okay. Tried neela. Yes. No. By the way. I love her. Yeah. Totally love. She just interviewed you for Ellen. It was great. So by the way, you you got to speak to Jon directly about our friendship that didn't satisfy you jail is pretty it about. Brought up more questions. Ask you private. And I went to a bachelor party together. It was great. We went. Wrestling bachelor party went to should condoms. Yes. Jen rights. Because I know John went to a wedding in the last year. And I know who's what it. Yeah. Oh, so we went we went to this thing. And yeah, it was it was. Yeah. It was a very unjust mayor bachelor party. It was rest independent wrestling. Pizza, and I think a pinball museum, you know, I left during I look before the pinball museum hookers strippers if you ever get married to listen to the Michigan carry. Hey, everybody love you guys. So Eric I wanna real answer..

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"But I do feel like she motos is the name has she motives, I feel like it's leading us towards something bigger for this group of women in terms of eating disorders. But it's like it's so and when they were saying they were like Hollywood this industry, so terrible. And everyone else is doing fine. And it's like we project this image with the rest of the world is actually doing better than we are. And I still feel that way. It's like the the real housewives of Beverly Hills are telling us about our body image. Just like you guys are the ones who purport these images or the industries that your your family's working like, right? You know, it's kind of odd we interesting I'll the. The interesting to see what they do with it. You know, it was a very food heavy episode. And I totally forgot about that scene with Katherine Edwards where Lisa like freaked out. And I guess it's because like her kid was at the time probably going through it. But when that was a really long time ago three I think, it's because everyone always accuses Lisa Renna of having any she's socio. And she said, I'm just like this. But I think she's so sensitive to it. Because like she's seen other people. Yes, she's an industry for a long time. She has seen some shit. I'm jura. But when ameliorate sanctions, I saw a mom and daughter, and they were just like looked so bad. And I didn't know what she was talking about it. I wish where's this going? What do you wish? She started the conversation. She just like I was getting manicure, and I saw this mom and daughter, and like she was in bad shape. And I thought it was a homeless. I didn't unlimited in talking about part. Did you pay attention to any of these TV show? I guess not. I don't know if there just weren't compelling. It feels like they just made us concussion. Usually they decided to go on a trip, and then they just go. But like they decided in the first minute to on a trip at the lunch with Lisa arena and debris Erica, then took so long to get there. And then Erica may or may not have a house and Lake Tahoe. That was hilarious. I think we have a place there to actually I love her. I thought that's why they're going on like Lake Tahoe. They could you better even heard like zone is yet. Let me show totally. We out about HAMAs. If I'm are still sponsoring people intending planes, like I'm dying to go meet you with such a good time time, we're going to do an anniversary trip of that's a good idea. Yeah. Same crew. Same crew. Love it, except we could like trim a little bit. Yeah. An advert been. Oh, yeah. What else? Did you mentioned moment? I was watching. I watched the not much having like really there was no shadiness brought up dog gate again. Clearly that's coming to ahead. Lisa manner. Pump is being an asshole on the plane, and she's clearly treating dri like she usually treats Kyle Richards. Yeah. Okay. Lls has another daughter to going to college. I just. Oh, yeah..

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on DirtCast

"You probably blog about this. I definitely did. Is it is this is that? I don't know. Brandon davis. Oh my God. W the second question goes to you all so you have a chance to make another point. All right, which entourage character is rumored to be based on Lalla. Kent's Veon say or man as she calls him. Own overnight the fiancee, I'm oh, gosh, which entre educator. Deliberately did not watch that show. I I'm guessing it's one of the sleazy producers. I don't God, I'm guessing it's the maybe the director Billy something like a dick. That's very flattering physically rental element. But no, you're. Yeah. Do you have any idea? Okay. I'm idea. It's turtle. Yeah. But if you look at random to get it. I dunno. Jerry, Ferrara, maybe has a bit more of a charm. I say. I would love to. Oh my God. Great. Hello. Okay. Question. Three stab rose. New York owes the third is shipping air from which country. What? No, please. It's totally fine. I'll read it again. I butchered his name because I don't get. I knew Arcos the correct sprints call. Okay. Savvas nyarko. The third is shipping air from which country. Being. Unfortunately that is not the answer. Dodi? Do you have a would you like Greece? Okay. Congratulations. Okay. Right next question, which actor called his eleven year old daughter, a rude. Selfish little pig on a two thousand seven leaked voice mail. Alec baldwin. Thank you. All right. Which of these people are not ten generally connected to the OJ trial. All right, Faye Resnick. Katherine edwards. Kris jenner. Lisa reynaud. Matty do on handle that Katherine Edwards was a real housewives of Beverly Hills for one season and she's half deaf. Okay. Yeah. There you go. I'm going to probably say lease arena. Oh my God. You're doing you're doing so. Okay. Which dead celebrities bathroom was featured on the cover of push it tease to twenty eight. Thank you twenty teen album Daytona at Connie's West's insistence. I fucked that up, but if that made sense to read it again because I sit up again celebrities sort of famous bathroom was featured on the cover of pusher TS to Tonia, and it was because Kanye west. Demanded it do you know who's bathroom? It was. No. I'm really glad you came. Don't you know, we Houston? It's very dark. This is a good one. All right. And this is going to miss Doda Stewart. What does burn Schreyer Burt Reynolds and Stephen hawking of common? Posed for Playgirl. Stephen hawking did not pose plager-. Right. Do you have any idea? Who toy? Me as you may know him Burt Reynolds, a Playgirl spread that you might know. And then also Stephen hawking genius. The all carry x y chromosomes. I don't know. I that's yes. But no not for these purposes. I'm gonna go my perfect Streep. No, I don't know. All right. The answer is they all died last year. All right. Okay. Yeah. I know. Thank you for knowledge. Ing the truth. Okay. All right. Is Jada Smith a scientologist Jada. Anybody up for debate. The free for all. No, she denied it on that the talk shows, she has with her mother, and and willow, accept them. There were speculation the remedy came on telling her belly Fred wears cabbage. And she's telling abbot was, and I I and so although she will donated some money to maybe Scientology flooded school. They're official answer is no. You're right. But the official answer is. Yes, she is. All right. We got one more. Okay. This is actually we're going to go down the line and see the fast. I want you in the time. It takes me to count of fifteen on my hands name the most bad that you can. Bad men. Alec Baldwin or Weinstein less mood viz. All bad..

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on WLOB

"Dave anthony fox news president trump spent the weekend preparing in these doing run through his before tomorrow night the address expected to focus on jobs and a strong economy infrastructure trade national security and immigration the president is going to pressure democrats to cut a deal on daca the wall will be front and center that negotiation according to white house officials the president wants twenty five billion dollars in total for border security 20 billion of which will be dedicated to build the wall and exchanged the president is offering a tend to twelve your path to citizenship for one point eight million socalled dreamers fox's john roberts at the white house seven democrats will boycott tomorrow night state of the union congressman gregory meeks tells msnbc i cannot give this man who does not respect me the respect to be in that audie hook i will not be the house republicans are considering doing something president trump supports but the justice department does not making public a memo detailing allegations of abuse power involving government surveillance on the trump campaign aide based are reporting the trump dossier was used along with other data to secure a surveillance warrant for carter page at one time foreign policy advisers at the trump campaign the new york times takes it further this morning with reporting that the page faisal warrant was renewed in may 2017 by deputy attorney general rod rosenstein who took over supervision of the russia probe after his boss attorney general jeff sessions recused himself fox katherine edwards also reports fbi director christopher raised reviewing the house gop memo democrats say republicans will be recluse releasing such information we haven't seen this very often lee leave this selling on wall street the dow down one hundred twenty three points of fire captain it goes to mesa california calls it a complete miracle with a small plane landed on a free way last night and didn't hit any cars because any accidents traffic was light the pilots as he saw on opening and went forward after the engine died on their flight from.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Uh and you know who never really you know who is like a roar but didn't really we didn't get to spend enough time and his raw readiness was donnie edwards katherine edwards says a husband um he's vare he's rush i've actually seen men person who and he is very rohrer in person i don't think a lot of morocco but definitely joji ice energized it did out a joe gorka plus judge unites i think is kind of hot too you know there's something about these like goumba tied guys you islander eat at gura now i'm not sure if they're gonna he's not as hot as gore gut i could see that i could see the oh my god why we talk show gorka is is hot key is just he's muscular but he had there's something about he is he really does exude a sexual equality you know he really is seems like a a sexual creature you know and that hot you can see you can sense it also i love crazy eyes you know what i hand by like short guy renewed i hate anytime we started thinking about sexy husband's at cetera no matter what inevitably the boehner killer is thinking of ramona massaging now you're who if the oil every day it always pop up every single time yeah like if you ever have a trouble if you're ever having trouble in real life with like getting boehner and this is you know this is a hint for everybody out there you know you can't just be walking around with boehner it's okay best counted normal for that to happen to a guy if that happens just think of that ramona seen with mario soares she's like poking him in the chest like is that sexy aci that sexy a pie brightest romantic right he's just like i leave it up for this he's a like saved chest okay let's change a subject i'm really did we ever do a list of top ten hottest a husband's on the housewives do we ever do that no i don't think so we haven't done like a ton of a ton of top timeless or at why we added what will add a top10 whoa whoa let's do a top two hottest husband's on one of our lives shows okay i valve on i like doing that.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

"Um it was like one of the first songs no two don't be paying out yet yeah and she's by that in that white tanked on it and yet and we use any of its but you know what is funny like i look at teddy in the first thing i think is she's beautiful and she is still beautiful now when i look at her all i see his her father because they really much ally c i saw denise richards yes that too also i thought a little bit katherine edwards almost in the known i could see that and then maybe some carolinian murray o killing stanbury it's like teeth in the phase in their hair looks nothing like i'm telling you there were angle that okay was you look severely like every burst of a home so what do you think of her i i i wrote down down i sense that teddy is going to be the down to earth voice of reason this season yes degree she was just looking for a little pink houses for you and me we do see her cry a couple times he can get a sewer so she might also be like a sensitive soul which makes sense because okay we go to this birthday extravaganza in vegas and teddy goes to they're all cancers right the other women do not strike me as cancers cancers are very sensitive yes i would say a quieter person yes and like i did not cents to be a.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The college park city council has voted to allow non citizens to vote in city elections at four three vote came late last night after some four hours of debate and after the council deadlocked on whether to put the question to a referendum supporters and opponents packed the council meeting room last night maryland governor larry hogan is directing the attorney general to sue the federal aviation administration over its revised flightpath it used to be a minor inconvenience spread out over a wide area says montgomery county council president roger berliner and then the faa implemented a new contract that basically made everything much more can dan along certain community in that berliner says is not fair i commend the governor i think it was a very good move in an appropriate move particularly in light of the fact that phoenix just one similar lawsuit or report from the metropolitan washington airports authority blames increased demand for early morning in late night flights as well as the new flight path for all the complaints they're getting steve burns on wbal in wbalcom at the university of virginia charlottesville last night a small crowd of protesters threw a black shroud over a statue of thomas jefferson the protest you vas response to the summer's wave of white nationalist demonstrations some in the crowd carried black lives matter signs what to do about daca dreamers is the focus of a meeting today on capitol hill house speaker paul ryan will meet with minority leader nancy pelosi wednesday to talk about legislation that would protect daca recipients a source close to the situation says house majority leader kevin mccarthy will also take part this comes a week after president trump gave congress a sixmonth deadline to come up with a solution at which point the obama era program would end and daca recipient ramiro silva is among the eight hundred thousand hoping for the best i've been saluting to the american flag from a very young age so i consider this my country to i'm john lawrence reporting if you are pretty handy with the bowling aero fairfax county like to hear from you fairfax county dear management archery program is underway and dr katherine edwards what the county police department says how you can get involved targeted are required to apply to county program archer's are selected lottery and then there to.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the shooting death of his mother a patient in the intensive care unit of a hospital police say travis friend will be arraigned later today i'm elliot francis your mayo news at five o two good morning i'm bill thompson the college park city council has voted to allow noncitizens devoting city elections the fourth revolt came late last night after some four hours of debate and after the council couldn't decide whether to put the question to a referendum supporters and opponents pack the council meeting room last night maryland governor larry hogan is directing the state's attorney general to sue the federal aviation administration overt flight state it used to be a minor inconvenience spread out over a wide area says montgomery county council president roger berliner ndf faa implemented a new contract that basically made everything much more and banned along certain community in that berlin says is not fair the governor i think it was a very good move in an appropriate new particularly in light of the fact that phoenix toast one similar lawsuit a report from the metropolitan washington airports authority blames increased demand for early morning and late night flights as well as the new flight path for all the complaints they're getting steve burns on wbal in wbalcom in charlottesville less not a small crowd of protesters threw a black shroud over a statue of thomas jefferson at the university of virginia to protest you vas response to the summer's wave of white nationalist demonstrations some in the crowd carried signs of said black lives matter fairfax county is looking for some people skilled with the boat aero kelly's dear management archery programs underway katherine edwards is with fairfax county police are required to apply to county program archer's are selected lottery and then there to an artery cluster and can only hunting designated part within their cluster archer must be in compliance quick life thing and hunter education is required by the virginia department of game and and on and that has also passed a background check checking your money the dow opens a day of 221 nineteen the nasdaq at sixty four fifty four sports an uncharacteristically bad night for geo consolidate as the nets fall to the braves the jays beat the orioles again and the mystics lose the minnesota in game one of the.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"I'm sorry tom gerardy it's just the people's champion no did he he was her lawyer roberts lawyer yes and who played in the movie nobody because they didn't know her at the time right honestly ever brockovitch the sequel with erica gerardy planning herself yes and it's just errki gerardi's memoir you know what love life i love with mike housewives like have more cultural you know what i mean like you mean j the oj of it also at katherine edwards i just love when they connect to real issues i completely agree lick who else oh leah black her husband roy black let kill the kennedy or something at the trial of the guy i'm just a cultural impact of seats i agree i want to think of more but we don't have that else i feel like really love that is anti yes he's so he's obsessed with tv then and now he's obsessed with pop culture he knows everything and they feel like he like cast people he loves loved of lovely block yeah i loved your houses mammi honestly justice area has of miami justice for lease oxygen sorry revenue i lived i feel much adam she can show again this year to ask the story so weird and by the way this is why i don't see attend broadway shows checky also we're gonna see germaniranian happily i've i haven't seen it yet and for those of you who don't know this about me like i have absolutely no patients for shows even broadway shows like i have no interest in seeing them i'm dying to cdrom and hanson other than that amount somebody said was bobby brown's lawyer is that true that might be true actually she's ending go from rohullah she's a berries deemed is for real hall size of miami is for us here today and also legal jargon i can we we have been waiting these around here later justice for iraq all the pain you guys from that water.

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"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"katherine edwards" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"Selfproclaimed mistress arod cheats on jail elect please we have devoted ourselves to telling the truth please do the same yeah honestly i like oh i saw the most interesting part of this story is that the mistress who honestly i'm going to name because if you're just like if you're a professional mistress like i'm keeping her name out of my mouth but she has a baby with former football star marcus allen that is marcus allen who was married to katherine words during the time of the okay murder and he was having an affair with nicole done and who wrote a book about it nick they had over our clubs because it's very important so she used to have a relationship with marcus allen who was married to katherine edwards who really hills for one season donny though like the hot football player back in the ninety she was married to marcus allen during the oj time marcus allen was having an affair with nicole brown simpson and he is alleged to have been one of the catalysts for oj chino get so angry that he had to marta zalono roy aj each oj yeah so like there is a lot to history here and at the end of the day it all comes back to oj and it can be traced back even further to david foster everything comes actually is like you are you find yourself loss on a road in arizona just things even foster and he'll bring home speaking of david foster and like his tangled web peace woven as watching second wise club have you watch it no and muhammad deeds fiancee is a second wife for a second or third fiancee so pretty i actually kinda like the show worth your time i would say but i also like a lot of trash like i watch wags religiously so maybe you can't go by me anyways do you think that a ride is cheating on j low with no i think they are perfect for each other should stop brooding perfection because iran tunisia low make sense also like i might have believed her story except for the fact that she said that he's not sexually attracted to j like i saw a picture of this year on a stop picture of j lo and duchess.

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