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AP News Radio
Defense budget speeds toward $1 trillion, with China in mind
"The Pentagon's making its biggest defense budget request in decades and speeding toward a notable number. The $842 billion ask is the highest since the mid 2000s, the peak of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and in a few years. Just do the math the budget will hit a $1 trillion. Pentagon controller Michael mccord says that may seem astronomically high, but says it's only about 3% of the nation's GDP during World War II, the country was spending about a third of its GDP on defense. Deputy defense secretary Kathleen hicks says this budget would let The Pentagon load up on advanced weapons systems and space defense with the goal of countering a perceived threat from China. To make sure the PRC leadership wakes up every day, considers the risks of aggression and concludes today's not the day. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Mental Illness Happy Hour
"kathleen" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Promo code happy. Welcome to episode 6 28 with my guest Kathleen Hammond. This the beginning of this episode or the center view with Kathleen, I thought the focus of the episode was really going to be about bullying, but it really warmed up not being about that. So it's a little misleading in the beginning and what I mean by that is I'm deep down a terrible person. And so I just want to prepare you. For that. I go in for surgery tomorrow, and my shoulder finally fucking finally, I assume I'll be able to do an episode next week. I think I can one hand this. I wanted to share this with, especially those of you that live in metropolis, or maybe those of you that don't maybe just everybody in general, but. I've lived in LA 28 years, something like that, since 94, 29 years holy fuck. And I'd never been to the symphony, and I said to my girlfriend, the other day, let's go to the symphony, and there's the place where the LA fell harmonic plays is called Disney hall and it's this amazing Frank gehry designed building. It looks like it was made out of origami. It's just weird shapes and those of you that know anything about audio and acoustics, the best ambient spaces are ones where there are no parallel services to each other. So this design makes it amazing acoustically. And I, it was such an amazing experience, I was not familiar with any of the music that was played. There was stuff by proko Kyiv, a early 20th century composer named Dawson, and revel. And it was just so beautiful. It. Just reminded me how easy it is to get stuck in your comfort zone and not go out and experience things, especially if you live in a metropolis and you take for granted that that stuff is always there. One of the things I wanted to share was I like taking, well, I should say, I take the metro, which is LA's subway. I live in the valley, which is on the other side of the hill from a lot of the downtown and the other side of the hill from all the places you want to be, but it's cheaper to live. Anyway, traffic can be a real nightmare. So the metro is much more convenient and it used to be a safe, clean place, and it is turning into a fucking apocalypse. The last 6 times that I've ridden the metro, I wouldn't say I feared for my life, but I've been right on that border where I'm like, shit is about to break loose and I might have to fight somebody to defend myself or my girlfriend. And this shit you see there is. A lady nude from the waist down, the only people that talk on the train are talking to people that aren't there, everybody else is just focusing on not making eye contact. It smells like. A dog kennel. Urine. And taking this metro to the symphony was like a roller coaster of experiencing humanity. And I gotta be honest, I'm not really comfortable on the metro or around people. It is symphony. Somewhere in between is kind of my comfort zone, but. It. Stirs that fear that I think a lot of us have that, oh, this is the beginning of the end. And I don't know if the solution to that is to just try to connect with people and places that are more positive and not as. Depressing. But there's I guess what I'm saying is I'm comfortable around people that are somewhere between somebody on a platform drinking soup out of a shoe and somebody looking at an opera through a monocle. That was a long winded way of saying that. If you've ever been to Disney hall, the balcony, which is where we sat the very, very upper balcony. The railing is knee height. The first row of the balcony. So I don't know how that is legal. I turned to my girlfriend and I said, I'm more afraid of this fucking railing than I am of playing ice hockey. I don't know how that, how that is legal. But what I guess what I'm saying is, I want you to get on a train and go fall to your death. Is that a long winded way of saying that? I want to forgot to share this on the way back from the metro. A guy who smelled like a weed farm is talking to nobody in particular. Yelling. That he has got the mafia protecting him. Start sharing that with another guy, and that guy's just nodding like oh boy, please wrap this up. And then the guy turns to me, the guy's saying that he's protected from the moth. And he yelling it. And he's got a full bottle of wine in his hand. Unopened. But my first thought is that's going to crack my skull open, and this is how I die. And he's screaming. I'm protected by the motherfucking mafia. And he gets like two feet from my face. And he's going italiano. Italiano. And I'm just nodding and smiling and I have my mask on because like I said, it smells like a dog channel. And I'm thinking, please, please don't hit me in the head. And I guess he thinks I'm Italian. He starts calling me papa. And at that point, I guess it got so ridiculous that I was like, you know what, if I got to go out, I don't mind a stranger yelling at me and calling me papa. And all of this has been brought to you by Los Angeles metro, filthy, dangerous, convenient.
"kathleen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is. This month we're talking about Red Bulls with the cause. Women who broke rules and took major risks to upend the status quo and create meaningful change. Today, we're talking about a woman who fought for her own right to practice medicine and fought for her people's right to self govern. She rose up the ranks of the Irish nationalist movement and gave lifesaving care to infants. Let's meet Kathleen Lin. Kathleen Lin was born on January 28th, 1874, and county Mayo Ireland. She was born into an era when Ireland was still feeling the effects of the great famine. While her family was well off, many in her community were impoverished and facing hunger. This early awareness may have influenced Kathleen's future aspirations. When she was 16 years old, Kathleen decided she wanted to become a doctor. She studied medicine and graduated with a degree in 1899. After conducting post doctorate work in the U.S., she amassed an impressive resume. But her gender presented a problem when it came to getting hired as a doctor. Back in Ireland, she was appointed a resident position at the Adelaide hospital. But the staff opposed it because she was a woman. None of this stopped Kathleen. She eventually worked as a doctor at the royal Victoria eye and ear hospital. As well as the rotunda hospital. She also set up her own private practice out of her home and wrath mines. By 1913, Kathleen's medical work started mixing with political work. She took in Helena maloney, a political activist who was ill. As Kathleen cared for Helena, the two would have long discussions about suffrage, labor rights and Irish independence. Helena inspired Kathleen to join the nationalist movement, which supported Ireland's independence from the United Kingdom. That same year, Kathleen gave free medical treatment to workers during the Dublin lockout, one of the largest general strikes in Irish history. Soon after, she joined the Irish citizen army and taught first aid to the other members. Kathleen also taught members of the Irish women's council, which was in response to women getting marginalized from the Republican movement. Kathleen's way into the Republican fight for independence was spurred by her work in the suffrage movement. She quickly became an important figure in this fight. For weeks in the spring of 1916, she began driving guns to Dublin. Then came Easter Monday, 1916. It marked a critical moment in the fight for Ireland's independence. The Irish rebels, including the Irish citizen army, launched a revolt against British rule. Kathleen served as chief medical officer at Dublin city hall. While her comrades attempted to fight off the British Army. The battle, which came to be known as the Easter rising, would last nearly a week. And resulted in hundreds of people dead and wounded. Her Kathleen the rebellion was much shorter lived. By evening time on Easter Monday, the British Army took control of city hall from the Irish rebels. Kathleen was arrested and thrown into kilmainham jail. She shared a cell with fellow Irish citizen army member, Madeleine French Mullen. Madeleine wrote about the experience in her diary, saying, as long as we are left together, prison was somewhat bearable. But Kathleen was soon transferred to another prison. Conditions there were better, but to Kathleen, the first prison was preferable. In her diary, she wrote, I would give 10,000 pounds to be back in kilmainham with Madeleine. Over the course of her imprisonment, Kathleen wrote detailed diary entries documenting her life while incarcerated. Upon her release more than a month later, she was deported to England, where she worked with a doctor near bath. Kathleen was able to return home to Ireland by the end of the year. She reopened her medical practice that she ran out of her home, and continued to be involved with the nationalist movement. In 1917, Kathleen was elected vice president of the Sinn Fein, the Irish Republican political party. In 1919, Kathleen and Madeleine founded saint Olsen's hospital. Ireland's first all female staffed hospital for infants. This came at a time when infant mortality rates in Dublin were incredibly high and ventilation and conditions and tenement housing were poor. Kathleen and her colleagues focused on providing support for impoverished mothers and their children. By 1927, Kathleen left politics. She spent the rest of her days working in children's medicine. She also encouraged important medical research. By the late 1930s, a doctor at saint Alton's began pioneering a new tuberculosis inoculation. A big step towards eradicating the disease, which was still raging in Ireland. Kathleen and Madeleine also maintained a close relationship. They lived together in rath minds until Madeleine's death in 1944. Although it was never explicitly proven, many historians today believe Kathleen and Madeleine were a romantic couple. Kathleen retired in the spring of 1955 and passed away a few months later on September 14th. She was 81 years old. Kathleen was buried with full military honors in deference to her contribution to the war of independence. People lined the streets of Dublin to memorialize her. All month, we're talking about rebels with a.
Many DAOs and Web3 Projects Are Decentralization Theater Tezos CoFounder
"2 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Many dowels and web three projects are decentralization theater tso's cofounder. Kathleen breitman says a focus on decentralization is critical to achieving longevity in web three.
The Charlie Kirk Show
A New Indiana Jones Film Is on the Way. Don't Rush to Buy a Ticket
"Indiana Jones movie. It's coming out Indiana Jones 5 and what have they done yet again? What have they done yet again? They are working to introduce brand new character for the series for the franchise because Harrison Ford's getting a little old 80 years old, by the way. I think it was hurt during a lot of the filming and Kathleen Kennedy, the same mastermind that gave you the incredible Disney Star Wars, a kids. If you like Disney Star Wars, you'll love. You'll absolutely love Disney, Indiana Jones, because what we're going to do is we're going to replace Indiana with a sassy and crassy female female goddaughter who she's going to get the hat. She's going to get the whip at the very end of it all. And so when I look at stuff like this, it's amazing to me because it's like, this is exactly what you did with Luke Skywalker. You essentially replaced him with this girl that no one's ever heard of. Who popped up and suddenly, oh, we all have to love her. We all have to do your creatively bankrupt. And Kathleen Kennedy is the same person who's involved in all of this. You find some institution or franchise that everybody loves. You come in and you say, by the way, it's not enough. It's not enough that we, you know, you're going to say like, oh, well, Americans, you know, the masculine patriarchy would never allow. Never, ever allow. For a female explorer, a strong female explorer character, oh, wait, you know, we have the entire law across franchise. No, it's not enough. Why? Because Indiana Jones must be literally be a woman. This is what you must accept America.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Kathleen Madigan on Why People Have a Personal Connection to Trump
"That's an interesting sociological thing 'cause you play all over the country. What is it? Do you think? What is the personal connection to Donald Trump? I don't know. I don't know why, like one lady in Florida. She was kind of a drunk grandma. You stood up in a balcony and a theater somewhere on the gulf side of Florida and said, Kathleen, I love you and I love Sarah Palin. Don't make fun of her. I had not said a word except Sarah Palin, comma. Now if the lady would have listened, my joke was really about the gist of it is there's no people in Alaska to have more respect for you if you were the game warden than I would if you said you were the governor because there's a lot. It's a lot more dangerous if you're okay. It's a stupid joke. It's silly innocuous. But that lady was so upset because she like, I don't know. I'm like, you can't love me and her. And you're at my show, so I'd pick me if I were you. Which one is it? I don't know what the Trump thing you could do any other Republican, any other Democrat and people do not lose their minds. There's something about I know this is going to sound snotty coastal liberal elite, but an education problem where they're just like, oh, I want people that sound dumb, like me. I just can't. I don't understand what the connection is. I it could go back to the, you know, George Bush, people are like, I'd like to have a beer with him. Right. Well, right. You might want to have a beer with me, but I shouldn't be running anything. I mean, just because I seem fun, which I am. You are that doesn't mean I'm qualified to work at NASA. I don't understand that leap. When people say, I think George Bush seemed fun too. The younger one to have a beer with after golf with a country club. I get it. Right. But what is that next level where I defend him like I would, my brother. It's weird.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump
"Was going to say, you know, stuff that Donald Trump, we how many, how many years have we been making fun of Donald Trump? And yet there is something sad and hilarious, but also kind of terrifying about him declaring for president again. How did you feel about that whole thing? Well, let me put in the context of my Missouri and Tennessee, my friends that are Trump fans. Oh my God. They've all moved on. Yeah. They moved on to desantis. They moved on to Ron, because they think that he's like more presentable. I would say, which I don't disagree with. I think if we're going to say is which person is crazy, we're going to go with Donald, like which person you may disagree with everything Ron DeSantis says, but he doesn't seem like a lunatic. Yeah. It just seems like he seems like somebody you could sit down with and say, hey, a, B, and C and you're going to get DE and F back. Instead of Trump going, I don't care. I don't know. You tell me you're an idiot. I think they seem to be happy. I don't even think he really cares. I think he's just going to go over. I really seriously no kidding. I think at this point it's about merch. Yeah. He's become he's become a road comic. That's why now it's maga, because now they have to buy a new hat, right? Make America great and glorious, again. Well, glorious. I go, oh, that's going to be hard. That was going to be a lot of misspellings. I feel like a struggle. A lot of rally starts to say glare is. Yeah, I think it wants to do the rallies to raise money and sell merch. Yeah. Well, Travis and I have a dream that we could get the trifecta. He will be indicted in prison and run third party. So there are still, you know. Possibilities. We can have it all. Yeah. Yeah. You guys are very, very hopeful, I see. Yeah. I don't I've lost faith in the, I know the wheels of justice move slowly, but I don't understand how you can orchestrate and then say ready set go to attack on the capitol and then you get to run again. Right. That's why people lose faith in all this. There doesn't seem to be repercussions. Maybe there will be, like, my dad was a lawyer to judge at all that. He goes, give it time. I'm like, you'll be dead, Dan. How much time are we talking about?
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"kathleen" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Almost any item in ten tantalizing free gifts. That's Miller. Again, Miller. Yeah, yeah. Hey, hey. Yeah, what's your name? 'cause you know why it's a happy happy hour. Yes it is. Why? Because there was no red wave, just a light spotting, as we said, the blue, the blue wall, stop the red waves. Right, Carrie Lake dried up in Arizona. I just wrote that right now. That was doughy. But my point is, how do we end the week? Kathleen madigan. Oh, you can't have nice things again. We can. See? There's no red way, but there's a red head. Yeah. That was actually good, Travis. I just pulled that one out of my ass. Wow. We have missed her so much. She is so hilarious. And there was a lot to celebrate this week. And she'd no one does it like Kathleen mannequin. I can't even. I can't remember what she said now, but you need to listen. Here it is. Here it is. Drink up. Oh, because she has a pub cast. Yes. So subscribe to the pubcast, too. Yes, and also right after you listen to me. You know what? Pour yourself a big cup of salty maga tears. A drink up in here is Kathleen man. Remember someone just called last week and said,
The Dan Bongino Show
Anthony D'Esposito: Kathleen Rice Embraces Criminals, Not Lock Them Up
"Nobody understands better The degrading public safety situation both on Long Island and in New York City better than you I don't know when you were on Anthony I got on in 95 would probably like the same cohort roughly but remember broken windows where we locked up people for like the little stuff like minor assaults and things and you took the bad guys off the street It's the exact opposite now They let everybody out for anything even the serious stuff and crimes running wild Absolutely I mean I remember the days where you'd stop somebody for urinating in public or a bike on the sidewalk and that led to a loaded gun But it's the world is upside down And instead of focusing on what we should be which is taking criminals off the street prosecuting them and keeping them in jail where embracing them or coddling them and we're giving them baseball tickets to return to court It's absolutely ridiculous And listen my opponent knows knows what the issues are You know it's the people in the fourth congressional district of focused on cost of living They're focused on inflation and they're focused on crime And instead of trying to understand that she instead is attacking my career as an NYPD detective she has that liberal rig to daily news writing stories from the on a regular basis The daily news It's a clown pickup Yeah They're now attacking me about lawsuits that I had as an active detective over 600 arrests when I retired And I had I think $80,000 in settlements And they don't realize that sometimes that's just doing real police work And the courts especially in the city often settle with these perpetrators just to get things off their plate But that's what she focused on She wants to focus on things in my career instead of the fact that I've spent my adult life in the public safety world whether it was as a fire chief in the community that I grew up in an island park or as a New York City detective
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"kathleen" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Know that that's the proper thing, you pretty much can't hurt yourself because you can tell your own pain levels and honestly you're going to get bored of doing it before it really hurts. Before you can really hurt yourself through 40 pulses. Now do that 5 times on the left side. And then just like, oh, now I got to do the right side, wait a minute. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm not so much scared of you doing it. But the difficulty is what will happen to someone who doesn't have the education or is just really they have education from somewhere in their teacher taught them incorrectly. And they honestly believe that you should do a deep tissue massage on someone like four days after surgery or you should try to push open so the worst thing that you will see overseas is they will take a non sterile instrument and open up the incision where she looks at my face I can't hide my emotions very well I found this straight open. Oh my gosh. So they'll use a non sterile instrument and they'll cut you back open and they'll try their best to push the fluid out. That is very painful for people. I've definitely had I give presentations to OR nurses that give presentations to other lymphedema therapists who I have quotes from people on the Internet who have told me about it afterwards and said, Kathleen, you're on the Internet all the time saying this isn't painful. Like why do I have PTSD? And people will say like the level of pain is she said I had my child naturally without any medication. This was worse. Wow. This was worse. Why do I have PTSD? I can't go back. And then that's really frustrating because there are still swollen and they have pain and they have this bad experience after surgery and they don't know where to turn because they don't want that to happen again.
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"kathleen" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Today we have a very special guest who is also a patient, but today we're going to talk with her about lymphatic massage therapy and specifically after having a plastic surgery procedure, what is it? How does it help? Who is it for? Who needs it? How do you find somebody who's qualified? So Kathleen listen, welcome to the podcast. Hi, it's a wonderful to be here. So you're known nationally. You've written several books, but you teach people how to do this type of massage. Is that correct? Yeah, so I am the author of books and I'm also a Nick timba approved provider. So I'm bored certified massage therapist. So the place that you get your board certification from has they will also approve providers of continuing education so they my CEs carry that seal on them. And so I don't teach manual lymphatic drainage.
AP News Radio
Musk response to Twitter lawsuit to be made public by Friday
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Elon Musk's response to the Twitter lawsuit will be made public this week Elon Musk's response to Twitter's lawsuit over his attempt to pull out of a $44 billion offer to buy the social media company will be filed publicly by Friday During a teleconference Wednesday Chancellor Kathleen saint Jude McCormick directed the public filing be docketed by 5 p.m. Friday Lawyers representing Musk wanted to file a public version of their answer and counter claims in Delaware court Wednesday But Twitter's attorney said they needed more time to review and possibly redact
AP News Radio
Jim Thorpe reinstated as sole winner for 1912 Olympic golds
"The International Olympic Committee says Thorpe has been reinstated as winner of the pentathlon and decaf when the IOC announced a change on Friday the 110th anniversary of Thorpe winning that he Kathleen He had been stripped of the gold medals months after the Olympics when it was discovered he had been paid to play minor league baseball over two summers That was a violation of Olympic amateurism rules at the time Two years ago the group bright path strong advocated a petition declaring Thorpe the outright winner of the 1912 events IOC president Thomas Bach says thanks to the engagement of the group a solution was found I'm Mike
AP News Radio
Holiday-travel chaos: Airlines brace for huge weekend crowds
"Travelers are being told to pack their patients as U.S. air travel is likely to set a pandemic era record at least once this weekend Flight aware spokeswoman Kathleen bang says the key to flights taking off this weekend is the weather They are looking at some areas of storms coming in this weekend along the gulf southwest That can bleed over into Florida and of course Atlanta If it impacts those areas then things tend to substantially slow down Traveler Jessica Ramirez understands the situation There's cancellations I get to understand and was very busy Patricia carino was with friends at Los Angeles International Airport when she found out her flight to Mexico was canceled We're probably gonna drive down to Mexico to Tijuana the border and just fly from there Traffic on roads could be heavy as well Triple-A predicts nearly 48 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home this weekend down only slightly from 2019 before the pandemic I'm Mike Hempen
The Charlie Kirk Show
The US Military Is Struggling to Meet Its 2022 Recruiting Goals
"Is one of our great successes as a nation, strongest military ever to exist in the history of the world. NBC News. Every branch of the military is struggling to make its 2022 recruiting calls, officials say. With record low number of Americans eligible to serve, and few of those willing to do it, it's quote, is this the year, the question of sustainability of the all volunteer force. I wonder why. These people. It's an intentional destruction of the U.S. Military. That's what they've been doing. Every branch of the U.S. Military is struggling to meet its fiscal year 2022 recruiting goals. The official said The Pentagon top leaders are now scrambling for ways to find new recruits to fill out the ranks of the all volunteer force, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and deputy secretary Kathleen hicks consider the shortfall is serious issue. Yeah, maybe you should have thought of that before you wanted to mandate an experimental gene therapy and kick out active duty personnel, which Republicans did nothing to oppose. This is a start of a long drought for military recruiting, said retired general Thomas spore of the heritage foundation. He said the military has had not such a hard time signing recruits since 1973. Quote, 2022 is the year we questioned the sustainability of the all volunteer force. Now that NBC News article continues and they say, oh, it's because of the psychological trauma quote they think they're going to be physically or emotionally broken after serving. That's not why. I'll tell you why it's happening. Two things. They don't want to take in a vaccine against their will, and they don't want to serve under this. Put that on screen. Rachel Levine and the new LGBTQIA+ regime in our military and also people want to enlist in a military that plays to win Afghanistan was a humiliation. From Lloyd Austin and Mark milley.
AP News Radio
Abortion battles in state courts after Supreme Court ruling
"The battle over abortion is in state courts around the country now that the Supreme Court has overturned roe V wade taking away federal protections Judges in Utah and Louisiana temporarily blocking trigger laws that would ban abortion clinics there now back and open but Kathleen Pittman with hope medical group for women in Shreveport worries for how long The best I can hope for is that we have some time at least to address the needs of some of these women you know we're being a nun dated with calls begging for appointments and we were already operating off a very long waiting list Activists also went to court to try to fend off restrictions in Arizona Texas Idaho Kentucky and Mississippi The state at the center of the Supreme Court ruling in South Carolina court lifted its prior hold on a restriction allowing the state to ban abortions after an ultrasound detects a heartbeat in Florida advocates asked a judge to block a new law that bans the procedure after 15 weeks I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Winter storm packing snow, freezing rain moves across US
"A a a a major major major major winter winter winter winter storm storm storm storm with with with with millions millions millions millions of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans in in in in its its its its path path path path brought brought brought brought a a a a mix mix mix mix of of of of rain rain rain rain freezing freezing freezing freezing rain rain rain rain and and and and snow snow snow snow to to to to the the the the central central central central U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. snowfall snowfall snowfall snowfall totals totals totals totals reached reached reached reached twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two inches inches inches inches in in in in Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado springs springs springs springs in in in in up up up up to to to to ten ten ten ten inches inches inches inches in in in in the the the the Denver Denver Denver Denver area area area area with with with with more more more more expected expected expected expected prompting prompting prompting prompting university university university university state state state state government government government government offices offices offices offices and and and and the the the the legislature legislature legislature legislature to to to to shut shut shut shut down down down down airlines airlines airlines airlines canceled canceled canceled canceled nearly nearly nearly nearly eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand flights flights flights flights in in in in the the the the US US US US scheduled scheduled scheduled scheduled for for for for today today today today or or or or Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday FlightAware FlightAware FlightAware FlightAware dot dot dot dot com's com's com's com's Kathleen Kathleen Kathleen Kathleen bangs bangs bangs bangs says says says says true true true true I I I I covered covered covered covered one one one one way way way way breaking breaking breaking can can can become become become impossible impossible impossible airports airports airports in in in Saint Saint Saint Louis Louis Louis Chicago Chicago Chicago Kansas Kansas Kansas city city city and and and Detroit Detroit Detroit canceled canceled canceled more more more flights flights flights than than than usual usual usual I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn
How I Built This
"kathleen" Discussed on How I Built This
"Really have an answer. Do you feel Kathleen like what happened to you and the success of this company is due to the work you put into it, you're just relentless hard work or do you think that it had more to do with luck? Uh, no, it's not luck. I think it was more I worked really hard, putting it together. I never gave up. I never let its success get the best of me. If anything and not luck, I think sometimes it was my destiny. I know, I know Kathleen that you're folks passed away recently. But they did get to see you achieve incredible success. From this cookie stand. Yes, they didn't see the Mondelez sale, but they saw the riverside sale. What are they think? I mean, what did your parents think that? You were so these cookies farm stand outside your dad was a dairy farmer. What did they think about this? It's very funny, you know, because, you know, I sold it. It was in the paper and they never said a word about money. Wow. Not a word. They just were like, oh, congratulations. I'm proud of you. 'cause that's who they were. They never once mentioned. The money. My father always told me, as I was being coming successful, never forget where you came from. He.
How I Built This
"kathleen" Discussed on How I Built This
"I'm guy raz, and on today's show, how Kathleen king started out selling cookies from her family's farm stand for 59 cents a bag and spent the next four decades building a brand that eventually sold for half a $1 billion. It's hard for me to think of a more simple and elegant enterprise than a lemonade stand. It's kind of like a laboratory where you can test out a whole bunch of hypotheses around marketing and price structure and human psychology. Take, for example, the experience of my own children. Their first lemonade stand was just lemonade. A dollar a glass, and it did fine. They made about 40 bucks. The second lemonade stand sold lemonade and freshly baked cookies. $2 for a lemonade and a cookie. And that did better. They cleared about $75. But the third stand had the lemonade and the cookies, but also a hand drawn sign hanging from the table that read organic handmade lemonade. They had it an additional sign that said, 20% of all profits go to the humane society of the United States. Now that lemonade stand, totally crushed it. Passersby would literally hand them 5 and $10 bills and tell them to keep the change. In a span of just two hours, might then 8 and 6 year old cleared a $150 in profit and donated 30 bucks to the humane society. That's 275% growth between lemonade stand one and three. Now imagine doing this every day for an entire summer, depending on how many hours and weeks you work, you could at this rate, realistically clear about $5000 by Labor Day, which is kind of what Kathleen king discovered as an 11 year old girl. Except her cookie hustle turned into a business called Tate's bake shop that Kathleen would eventually sell for half a $1 billion. Tate's cookies is a brand now owned by Mondelez, the huge food company that also owns Oreos, chips ahoy and Ritz crackers. But long before any of this happened, Kathleen started a small bakery in Southampton on the eastern end of Long Island in New York. For 20 years, she grew her little bakery into a sustainable business. Until, as you will hear, she lost almost everything in a bad partnership deal. And so at the age of 42, Kathleen had to start all over again. And even though she grew up in the Hamptons, Kathleen did not exactly cross paths with a glamorous celebrities and rich financiers who go there in the summertime. Her mom was a nurse and her dad ran the family farm where he raised chickens and cows. When I was growing up, it was about 30 acres and my dad used to sell the milk to schwank dairy, which was a local dairy. And on the cows, we had maybe, I don't know. 30 or 40. So everything was small. Chickens may be a thousand, you know, nothing, nothing big. I'm gonna get how many kids in the family. I'm the youngest of four, two brothers and one sister. We had a lot of responsibility. We were nurtured emotionally, but we grew up in the 60s, you know, you fall down, you know, you get up, you cry, I'll give you something to cry about. And you all work on the farm. That was just expected. We did. It was just an expected it was a given. They weren't options, so occasionally, a brother or sister would escape from time to time to go to something fun. But I had to collect eggs and pick vegetables and wait on the customers. We did everything. The interesting part of my growing up was we didn't have any role playing because my mother was ahead of her time. So we had to work outside and inside the girls and the guys, the boys had to do the same thing. We should dad's business, sustainable, was it enough to support the whole family or were there times when, you know, it was a struggle? No. It was a struggle. Yeah. My mom, she worked, and she brought a consistent paycheck into the house. It's a nurse. My father used to barter, like, you know, a half a steer to the dentist to get our teeth done and we had everything we needed. We just didn't go to restaurants and go on vacation. Yeah. Tell me about baking at your house. I mean, you're on the farm, you've got responsibilities and chores that you have to do. Was baking just something that was going on at the house all the time. My sister and her friend were baking brownies and bread and cookies and selling them at the farm stand. But then when they turned 14, they wanted to get a real job so they could be boys. So they wanted a local ice cream parlor. And I was the youngest. So my dad said, okay, Kathleen, you're gonna start doing these cookies. You wanna start making cookies and sell them at the farm. So you can buy your own clothes for school next year and blah blah blah, so I was just like, okay. And I just started baking them. You know, nobody was coddled that nobody taught us, you know? And it was a recipe you were using. On the back of the Nestlé, chocolate chip bag. The toll house chocolate chip cookies, right? Yeah. And did you sell directly to people passing by in their cars or anything like that? Yes, we had a farm stand in the yard, and a matter of fact when I was baking cookies, I would look out the window and see a customer pull up and then I'd run outside, wait on the customer, and then sometimes I'd have to say the customer I'll be right back, I gotta run in because I knew my cookies were gonna be done around that time. And I just baked them and I put them in a plastic bag and put them on the counter. So did you get to keep the earnings from the cookies? Well, yeah, in the beginning. My dad said, he would buy all the ingredients and everything. I just made the cookies and made all the money. Yeah. And then as I started selling a lot of cookies, he said we need to discuss our arrangement and you have to start buying your own ingredients. And I always got the eggs for free. By the way, I make my kids pay me for the ingredients for the lemonade stand. Is that horrible? No, that's what you should do. Unfortunately, people don't do that anymore. I mean, I want to go to lemonade stand sometimes where I see kids and I'm like, why are you selling Newman's own? We should be making your own, you get a niche. You get a niche, get one step above the others. All right, so you are so you're making cookies at the farm stand. But yeah, but what accounts for the fact that you were increasing like the demand for them was increasing? Because they were really good. And it just started to spread. But what was so special about them? Did you change the recipe? Well, when I was 11, I was probably measuring a little haphazardly and created the cookie the way I liked it. I don't like cakey cookies at all or a thick cookies. And I made them, they were like 5 inch diameter at least, because back then, that was before supersizing..
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"kathleen" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Wallace. Yes. Did you see this thing like that? I have the values of Fox News at all. And I don't want to side track you. But I found it interesting. Never mind. I simply, I'm not going to go that route, but I agree with you that some of these sources have been a bit of a discipline. I was in the media right when I got out of college. I would graduate at the university of Arizona. I'm proud wildcat. I'm running in southern Arizona, the other college in Arizona, not a issue. Thank you. And I'm proud of that. But when I was in the media, we had to have two sources. We couldn't just go out with our opinion. We weren't opinion news. We were factual news, and it made a difference because you didn't just run with a story. Just because you felt like it. And we weren't political. The news, we wanted people to decide for themselves. We would present facts and people would decide for themselves and we were not hyper politicized. And if you keep people angry, then you can get them to fight. Divide. Exactly. And the divide in this country has to be stopped. I will tell you inviting sex trafficking, the predators don't give a damn how we vote. And if we don't go after the real enemy here, the real people that are really attacking our country, we are all engraved danger, Democrats, Republicans, independents, libertarians. I don't care who you are. We have to understand that they are trying to control the minds and bodies of our children. They are devaluing our children like telling them that their value is being hyper sexualized in shaking their booties on TikTok. And they normalize that behavior so that when a child is approached online, that child thinks it's okay to go out and meet with a stranger. And our children are worth so much more than that and they can contribute so much more and we are not going to have a future if we do not start to take back some of this land that we've conceded. To the liberal, extreme values, pornography, porn addiction was crazy. You know, there's just so many things that we are needing to kind of put boundaries back in. Kids, brains aren't fully formed of their 25. Do you really want a 14 year old and a 24 year old who's gonna win that psychological battle? The adult. So there's over 347 missing children in Arizona. And unfortunately, disproportionately Hispanic and black kids. So if there's ten kids missing 6 to 7 of them will be children of color. That's a problem. That's a social thing. And we have to be aware that our minorities are at risk. We have to protect them. We don't have to exploit them. And people in Congress from both parties should want that. That's not a Republican or Democrat issue. That's a humanitarian issue. And so I think it's time we send people to Congress that want to get the job done. They want to close our border. They want to make sure we have election integrity. That helps everyone, not just the people in power, that we only need 5 seats, 5 seeds to take back home Congress. And I'm running in an open seat, and I thoroughly believe I'm best qualified for the seat. And I would love the opportunity to serve the southern district of Arizona. And I'm willing to do what it takes. And I have served my state for many years from homelessness to veterans and veterans courts to prescription drug boxes to fighting sex trafficking. To your serving on a one of the largest community college boards where we just fought recently in court to overturn a vaccine mandate on our nursing students in one in federal court. So 75% students did not have to get vaccinated and they represented 6000 nursing students in the state of Arizona. Wherever there's a fight, I'm willing to go to that fight. I'm willing to fight. We may not always win, but I am willing to leave it all on the battlefield. The proud daughter of a U.S. Marine, and I am happy to say that I my husband was a veteran my son was a better and my grandfather. And I think I shared this with you earlier. My husband's great great grandfather is James Wilson. He signed the Declaration of Independence, and he was one of 6 people who drafted the constitution and he served on the first Supreme Court. Appointed by George Washington. So this is personal. This is our family legacy. I'm willing to fight for it so that my grandchildren know what a great nation this is founded under God with Christian beliefs and I'm willing to do whatever it takes. Kathleen win. Thank you very much for joining us during the program. Arizona needs a win..
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"kathleen" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Weapons. We've been invade. Wait, illegal immigrants are coming armed? Yes, into the country. Yes, cartel members come in with wearing fatigues with guns, automatic weapons. Now they go back and forth. They don't shoot anybody, but they just walk into our country. That could happen nowhere else in the world. And the problem is, if you have, you know, when 9 11 happened, we didn't know who was in our country. We didn't know what they were learning. If you've got 2 million unrecognized people in your country, let's just say 50,000 of them are bad. What are they doing to organize? What are we doing to stop them? So I think we need to wake up to the fact that we don't know who's in our country. We don't know what their next plan is, but we as Americans need to secure our border. And we can't do a blanket Amnesty, and we can't get them voting rights and we have to do a better job of figuring out who's here and send people back to wherever they came from. Because you don't get to country shop. You don't, you know, we had Haitians coming here, but they were already in Central America. They'd come from 80 to central hacker. They don't get to go from Central America over Mexico into the U.S.. They don't get to pick a country. But yeah, we let them all into our country. So we're not following any of our immigration laws. We're not following the constitution. We are not following our laws. And we have to do that to keep America saving keep Americans safe. And so I'm a strong proponent of law enforcement. Strong defense. I think I shared with you earlier my husband spent his whole career in RV aviation. He's best known for his work on the Apache attack helicopter. We need to get a hold of our country and shut this border down and the open border policies of Joe Biden are simply unconscionable and they're actually treasonous. You know, we are if you take a note to uphold the constitution, one of the things you need to do is to protect the citizens of this country and then Kathleen, why is this happening to United States? How is it that we have a president that is enforcing and supporting an open open border policy? What's the mentality behind that? I'm trying to understand why he would do that. I'm sure he doesn't sleep with his front door unlocked at night. And with that said, I want you to also comment, why did Kamara Harris, why did she go to Guatemala before she went to the Texas border or Arizona border? What are your thoughts on that? I can't speak for Kamala Harris. I worked for our Arizona attorney general when she was the attorney general in California. And she was not a very good attorney general back then. So I can't imagine that she improved when she became the vice president. She's been more about getting attention than getting the job done. And I'm really disappointed in she's not been to our Arizona border where we have extreme conditions right now, just like Texas. Why did she go to that country? I don't know, maybe she was trying to negotiate a deal to get them to stay there, but I don't believe that because if she was successful, that we wouldn't have the continuation of all these people coming to our country. I don't even think she went to the border in Texas. I think she went to somewhere outside dollars. She got to Texas but didn't even go to the border. You had all those people living under the bridge. How do you think that that's good for even that? People were upset about kids in cages. Look at what we're doing to these kids and these people. And we know that children are being raped on their way up here. We know we've had children at the border had no voice because they were sexually assaulted so many times by the cartoon members being brought here. That is inhumane. This is such unconscionable and evil behavior. This is pure evil. And as someone who fights sexual exploitation and sex trafficking, it is unconscionable to me that this administration thinks that anything they're doing is in support of this country or the people that they're bringing into this country that we have no regard for these people. They are just bodies we can move in. And there's some you have to ask the question who benefits from this? Right. What are they going to get from this? Are they going to get voters? Are they going to push money out to them? Are they going to tell them? I don't know. I'm not on that side. I'm on the side of the American people. It sounds, it sounds almost like there might be some type of a movement to dissolve. The culture that has made the United States a beak and a freedom based off those constitutional values that people like Martin Luther King, have fought fought for and established that certainly for the suppressed African American citizens in the United States. From that angle, but it seems right now there is a movement that is aimed at destroying the fabric of the culture of the United States and basically infiltrating it and washing it, what are your thoughts on that? They're possibly is this kind of thing going on. And we already know Kathleen, we already know that groups like the Black Lives Matter movement and chifa and we know that BLM is openly funded by George Soros, who's not an American by birth, nothing against him, but he's not an American by birth. So we're assuming perhaps that he doesn't quite understand. I'm assuming that doesn't understand what it means to be that type of person. He's openly funding this organization, which is publicly calling for a Cuban style communist regime in the United States. They want to destroy our flag, they want to destroy our anthem. Is there something going on? Are there other mechanics moving here that you can see at play? Yeah, so unfortunately, this didn't happen yesterday. This didn't happen even 5 or ten years ago. This has been a systemic change to our country. You have to look at what's happening in education. You have to look at the hyper sexualization. You have to look at the destruction of marriage and full on attack of Christian values. And we incentivized in this country welfare we incentivized fathers leaving families. It was better for poor families to have the father divorce the mother and leave and get so that the family could get welfare. We've been aborting babies that epidemic numbers. People need to wake up to the fact that this didn't happen since Biden took presidency. We have been culturally destroying and being destroyed for quite some time. They didn't do this overnight. And now we're talking. How long has it been in your view, Kathleen? I would say 25 30 years. Now, is it as bad as it is right now? No. But this is like you've heard the analogy of the frog, right? If you put a frog into hot water, jumps out, but if you put a frog into cold water and slowly turn up the heat, the frog will die in the water. And we are frogs in the water right now. And if we don't understand that, we have to fight back. That's why you've got parents in school boarded. They have pushed this beyond reasonable limits. And people are now awake to the fact that our country is not in our control. It really is not. When I look at the things that are happening with sex trafficking, what we know is that the money goes back to China. So we have illicit massage parlors all over our country. And the Chinese are funding our Central American and Mexican cartels. And so they are funding the fentanyl. They are funding human trafficking and sex trafficking. And the guns and weapons. So we have we are not in control of the border, but we're not in control of who is funding and whose benefiting from this. And again, there are people in our government that are getting payoffs. We've seen it. We know about it. The media doesn't talk about it. Hunter Biden, the media doesn't talk about Joe Biden. The media doesn't talk about how people that go into Congress. When you say media, what do you mean? The mainstream media. Like, CNN, MSNBC, you know, any of them. Fox News? Fucks. Well, yeah, box has been a big disappointment. Very big disappointment. You know, thank God what's a space Wallace is leaving? You know, there's just we need more of that, though. They sold out. Sounded like it seemed like it might be a political plant..
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"kathleen" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Hi, my name is Kathleen win and I'm running for Congress and what is currently the congressional district two. It'll be renumbered after the process of the redistricting that's going on in our state. We'll know in January. I think it's going to be 6. This is southeastern corner of Arizona. It's Mexico, New Mexico, or borders, and the east side of Hema county. And up into just a little bit of pinell county. So it's four different and possibly grim and greenly. So it may be 5 counties by the time it's done registering. Kathleen sheriff land is somebody that you work with. Yes. Listeners may know him as the sheriff that's enforcing constitutional rights, of course, the border issue that it's going on. Update listeners as to what you understand is happening in this district of yours in regards to the illegal immigration law. Well, so my district is the border. And so what we have is every day we have thousands of people, about 5000 people a day coming into Arizona, illegal immigrants, children, women, families, from a 160 different countries. So this isn't just Mexico. This isn't just Central America. We've seen an increase in Chinese and Russian immigrants coming in. Afghans. So remember, when it happened in Afghanistan, the Taliban opened up all the prisons. So the American soldiers have been putting people in prison for 20 years. And now we have people that got out of prison in Afghanistan coming into our country. So how do you know this? I know this through, I work with the officers. I work with border patrol. I work with county sheriffs like sheriff lamb. And so we know that the border patrol and our cities that are on the border, I deal with the chiefs of police down there. They tell me, I get a briefing every week because this is my district and you need to know what's going on if you want to represent the people in the district. And we've had an increase of 3000%. I want people to hear that. I didn't misspeak. 3000% of sexual predators coming into the country. So we've added increase of almost 50% of sex crimes, meaning sexual exploitation, rape, sex trafficking, and so our country is not safer. We've also done during the same time had a decrease of prosecutions. So we're not prosecuting as many people. And then we are on top of that, if you don't get vaccinated, we have law enforcement agencies, not cherish, not share of lambs, but we have some law enforcement agencies letting their sheriffs or police officers go. We have people that work in the prisons, if they don't get vaccinated, they're letting prisoners out. So I keep asking the question who benefits from a week in America? And it's not Americans. So we have to be understanding of what's happening and we have to support our police. We have to support our military, and we have to understand that we will have 2 million illegal immigrants in this country through not just Arizona's border when Texas is ordered by the end of this year. What is the so I Kathleen and I have been in contact with a couple different organizations that are monitoring the border and trying to enforce legal immigration or at least return these illegal immigrants back. One of the things I just popped out of my mind and let me mention this in regards to the child trafficking. There was a gentleman out of Iowa that I spoke with yesterday that monitored an air flight from Long Beach, California to Des Moines that was full of children. Buses picked them up in Iowa and dispersed them to various cities out of Iowa. But the thing that caught my interest here is that that airplane is known to have flown out of McAllen, Texas, I understand that's not your jurisdiction. But what I'm threading in here is this. Is that there's an organization that has been involved in harboring these illegals Washington clothing them giving them money to start a new life in the United States and paying for transportation fees, that organization is called Catholic charities. Does that ring a bell with you is there anything going on in regards to your smiling right now? You have comments. Besides raised Catholic, and Catholic charities does a lot of good work. But they're hard for the immigrant is to help these immigrants get wherever they're going. And unfortunately, I don't know if they're being vaccinated. We're told that they're not being vaccinated. So we're having a lot of pressure put on American citizens. But there's, in my district, there's a hotel. It's off of irvington road where they're coming. Same things happening. They're bringing people in. They're washing them up. They're getting them closed. They're busing them in. Travel charities is or I don't know the Catholic charities involved, but I know. But it's a charity organization. That is doing this. And it's unfortunate because and I'm not against Catholic charities. I am against illegal immigration in us as a citizen agree not knowing where these people are. We also have children that come in that are phone numbers on their hands, and this government is turning those kids over to their traffickers. These kids are told they don't say that that's a relatively they're going to. They're threatens their coerced. So we know that kids come across in their train to say very specific things. This is a relative, and we're turning them over to a traffic. It costs money to come here. When people come into this country and they've been brought here by the cartels, they have wristbands on there, like if you go to Disneyland you get a wristband with these people pay money and if you don't have a wristband, you're gonna be subjected to torture or fees. They leave people in the desert to die. We've had hundreds of bodies and people in the desert. At some point in Texas, one of the sheriffs said to the farmers don't tell us if you find bodies because we don't have the money to take care of them anymore. This is unsustainable. And we don't have enough officers and we keep demeaning those people that are supposed to be keeping us safe. The other thing we're doing is we're less than honorably discharging our military. I've had 5 Marine Corps officers contact me in the last month. They were less than honorably discharged. So not dishonorably discharged, but they lose all their benefits because they refuse to get vaccinated. They were told they were not battle ready. This is America. They signed up a check for everything. They were willing to give their life for this country. And because they have a religious exemption that was denied them in the military being told they're not badly ready. We kicked them out with no benefits. Does that make us safer, giving everything that we know that's going on in the world in our country? It doesn't. So one of the reasons I'm running for Congress is our state is not safe right now. Open borders doesn't make us safe. People come into my state every day in fatigues with automatic.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"kathleen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"She put it with Bloomberg's Kathleen haze Well you know actually going into the September meeting I thought there was a strong case for tapering at a faster pace than what we had actually announced And since that time the data come in supportive of that case So I'm very open to considering a faster pace of tapering Always with the focus on what's best for substantially achieving our goals of price to building a maximum employment And making sure that we're incorporating the data that comes in So we have a couple more weeks before that meeting And I'm certainly open to discussing it How close are you What do you need to see then I mean are you like well I just need a little confirmation to make sure I'm making the right decision Is there something you're really doubtful about making the case and actually say yes go ahead to do that speed it up taper No I mean the momentum of the economy is clear We've seen very strong labor markets We've seen very strong price pressures and high inflation rates I think the new issue is the risk of homework And frankly we just don't have enough information yet We need the healthcare scientists to tell us more about whether this is a variant that's going to be like delta or our vaccinations actually work against it or is it going to be a different kind of mutation that or variant that may be much more virulent and much spread more quickly and we'll have to develop vaccination So that's a new risk I haven't changed my outlook I mean the economy is going to be you know it's just coming in very strong the momentum in the economy is coming in very strong And if the owner crime variant turns out to be like delta one thing we've learned over time is that with each new variant there is some you know divination and activity That's sure But each time it's less because the economy has learned and households and businesses have learned how to cope with in cases in the downturn And we've had a higher vaccination rate over time as well So it really is going to depend on how what the real risk is there but in terms of the underlying economy there's a lot of momentum You know firms are trying to persevere in the wake of labor market supply issues Product market supply issues And they've been able to sort of cope with it so far But that's put upward pressure on faces You know And it's really important for the fed to do what it can to ensure that those pandemic related price increases A more persistent Well so you read my mind Because I wanted to ask you two months ago you said that the risks upside risk on inflation outweigh the downside risk So are you now in the campus that say this isn't transitory There's a risk this becomes entrenched Does this become now the bigger risk to the economy which would again justify necessitate a faster taper and speeding up so you can get to rate hikes quicker if you need them Well I think that fast making that taper faster is definitely buying insurance and optionality so that if inflation doesn't move back down significantly next year we're in a position to be able to look where we are and then hike if we have to My base case still is an inflation come down but with the incoming data and the momentum and the lasting of this supply chain issues I think it'll be higher than I'd like to see it in the first half of the year And we're just kind of waiting to see how things play out Overcrowd made the late you know the supply chain issues made They take longer to resolve And so those are the kinds of things that we have to see going forward to be able to determine where we want to be But the taper quicking the taper just puts us in a better position to have that optionality if indeed we need to use it A month ago you said rate hikes were still quote a long way off Would you still say that today Well for a while I've been sort of thinking that we need to have a rate hike next year but towards the end of the year Right now with the inflation data the way it is and with the job market as strong as it is in many dimensions I do think that we have to be in a position that if we need to raise rates a couple of times next year we're able to do that So again quickening the tapering gives us that optionality We're going to have to observe what's going on But the one thing I like to say is that the act quicken the tapering is not a tightening of monetary policy And even the first rate monetary policy whatever that comes whenever it's appropriate monetary policy will still be very accommodative So sometimes I think people think that if we change the pace of the tapering we're tightening policy And that's just not the case There's a lot of liquidity a lot of accommodation now there Cleveland fed president Loretta messer with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes And coming up we'll hear more from Cleveland fed president This time on the struggle to deal with supply.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
The Eerie Connection Between Two Legendary Occult Films
"But I'll tell you something. I loved watching that double feature Saturday night of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. And rosemary's baby, I recommend doing that. These two great films are related and have so much in common, it's scary. I came across a review of rosemary's baby in the 1968 New York Daily News audible written by Kathleen Carroll who was a well respected critic in her day. She was always one of the names of the news that was mentioned with a bit of reverence. And she wrote, the subject matter is peculiarly repugnant. It is witchcraft, not as practiced in Salem or the like, but has taken seriously on a very own city. The idea that there might really be a Satan worshiping COVID living next door didn't actually seem that far fetched. It's a cruel irony that the director of a movie. Listen to this. This is brilliant. It's a cruel irony that the director of a movie, in which the protagonist loses her child and nearly her own life to an imaginary cult would lose his own wife, Sharon Tate, and unborn child to a very real one. The mansion family only a year later. Gives me
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"kathleen" Discussed on The One Big Tip Podcast with Jeff Mendelson
"Kathleen thank you so much for joining me. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me here. I'm really excited. I am to. This is going to be this going to be a lot of fun. Always love it when a when a fellow podcast or can get on. And it's like all the gear is already set. You don't have to you don't have to do much. Prep like it all works. So this is all great Can you please take a little bit of time to tell everyone a little bit more about your background and how you got to clean dot. Io today so are so as you mentioned. I spent some time in the marketing agency world. I actually owned With my husband a marketing agency for about eleven years. And we're still married. We were one of hub spots top partners. And i actually sold the agency in twenty seventeen to a friendly competitor company. That at the time was the number one spot partner globally a company called impact. I went there for two years and actually built a media company around the agency so we started a large sales and marketing conference A subscription based online training program community and we re publishing over thirty pieces of new content a week. It was really fun but my dream had always been to go in house in a bb tech company. I'd been on the other side of it for so long in an agency..
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Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Pentagon mandates cove it nineteen vaccinations for civilian workers the defense department is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for all civilian workers by November twenty second a memo signed by deputy defense secretary Kathleen Hicks says the new mandate is in line with the presidential directive issued last month requiring federal agencies to implement vaccine requirements under the schedule issued by the Pentagon civilian workers getting the Fizer vaccine must get their first dose by October eighteenth and their second does by November eighth those getting the maternal vaccine let's get their first dose by October eleventh and their second dose by November eighth and those getting the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine must do so by November eighth earlier this year all members of the military were required to get vaccinated Mike Ross yet Washington
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Border Crisis Sparks Calls for Change in Immigration Policy
"June twenty first two thousand nineteen jv pritzker signs measure to help protect illegal immigrants in illinois governor jv pritzker in june of two dozen nineteen signed three bills designed to protect illegal immigrants in illinois that would prohibit law enforcement agencies from coordinating with federal immigration authorities. Pritzker sign the keeping illinois families together. Act which prohibits local law enforcement from coordinating with immigration customs enforcement. Now this was two years ago. Why am i mentioning this. Because you have blue states by the way this is one of thirty examples of blue states that have been signing laws that prohibit police officers and local sheriffs in da's from coordinating with federal officials. That's an act of secession. That's an act of nullification saying we don't want any part of this. Federal compact and we as republicans and conservatives sat idly by like. Oh yeah that's bad. Let's keep going to the courts they've been ignoring the courts and ignoring the laws for years. And so then when one point eight million illegals come into the country to change the country permanently by the way what do we do. We beg joe biden for help. So what are the democrats do when things start to trend in a direction. They don't like they take action. The democrats have the willingness to reshape. Destroy the country. Republicans are getting there now. Some people emailed us and they said well. Charlie couldn't joe biden nationalize the national guard. It is very rare to do so usually only done with the consent of the governor and prayer pet presidents have rarely federalized a state or territory guard without the consent of the governor in the wake of hurricane katrina president. George w bush declined to take control of the louisiana's national guard due to the objection of governor kathleen blanco. But this is such an easy thing. First of all joe biden can't nationalize state troopers. Secondly he can't nationalize texas rangers. Thirdly the governor of texas would say i'm sorry what did you design a piece of paper. There's still our national guard. They're not gonna listen to you federalized nationalize i mean federalize. And so what should have been done. And what's still can be done. Is every single. Texas ranger national guard member state trooper that can be allocated should be deployed to the southern border with handcuffs and arrest authority and charter flights. Ready to send people back where they came from
Mental Health Comedy
"kathleen" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"And i was. I was extremely depressed and You know and i finally broke down. And i actually you know this is a even like broke out the yellow pages and look for a therapist. I mean that's how desperate i was and And i didn't have a lot of money at this time either. So i had to find a place that had like a sliding scale. You know to go along with the sliding within my head and And i and i got like kind of a Therapist in training. You know because that was cheaper And it just this very nice young woman and You know you can talk all you want about the complexities of therapy in there are many but you know to me. It was so helpful just to have this really nice person whose job it was just to sit and listen to me for an hour you know and to kind of be nice in supportive and nod her head and Approvingly and be sympathetic. And there wasn't really a lot more than that but you know what it was very helpful. It was good. It was well. That's that is part of the job of a. I what i liked about jennifer is. She offered the solution. These things that you know which the doctor dr ashini. He really did he but he was fine. He'd stays so you like to get a little blotto after you do comedy and i'm like what does out blotto. Oh life you know. Dorothy parker and whatever he wrong you like to get a little. That's fun yeah but I i do like that. She offered and they were very crafty. Call well yeah. Usually usually we try it out. We'd practice at the on the show and she's she's got skills that i haven't heard before i've heard some heard a lot of them to you know i was talking about talat being luck. Luck plays a very important part in life. It also applies to getting a good therapist. You have to be lucky. You got a good one. Yeah i means someone is simple. She's very connected to the human condition. It seems like that would be an entry level requirement. Were all of them. I i actually In terms of what. I said about luck any good therapist. You know not not every serapis belongs in that profession and I will Tell you about I one time Through our mutual friend of all of ours. Joe keys very funny. Love joke a friend of his was doing like Like a cabaret act at some most fearless nightclub and Joe wasn't doing a lot of stand up at the time. She wanted comedian to open for her. And so i said yeah. I'll be i'll do it and i went and i opened for and i got like horribly heckled by a woman in the front row. Who wouldn't shut up and it turns out it was her mother and she was a therapist. Wow that's you know. So maybe sure advice to people as you're not heckling comedians. Enough in your life you know. Well i once did A benefit for the criminally insane. Now i was misinformed. I was doing a room downtown. It was like poetry. And i was one of two or three comedians. But a woman asked me to do it. And i. I was led to believe that they were saying that no law abiding insane people and i thought it would be fun. I thought they'd be like dylan thomas. Or whatever they weren't they were like they had to sit on mats. They were like in jail but they were crazy. Shall it sound it. Sounds like it sounds like a crowd for very specific kind of. I don't know who they would've liked at that point at that point. You kind of want to protect yourself i did. Oh i would say just a little too. Well i got this turn. This was your demographic. Yes i had to be escorted home by. The police took me in their car in my neighbors. Of course they were jealous when they saw doubt but Like i went to get a drink of water. They had guards like don't do this alone. Your hands don't show your hands yet. They were too violent for met for chairs. They have to sit on maps but it turns out a really good audience. Excellent i need loved comedy. Rian killing and The guy before me he had you know that oh some people have a pot belly. I of a kitchen stove sink. He's really fat and they were chanting. How do you feel about that so testing. Yeah i thought it was fun. But i saw brad like to play that room that it's a probation officer. It was some woman who who is not in. She reprimanded me for abby material. That wasn't Light to dark for them on like. Hey i'm not the one that killed my entire senior dr. This may be too. that's hysterical. Your material is too dark for people who chopped up their families. Yes it's like. They were real criminals. Now if i had known that great. Yeah i don't know if i would have. Yeah why not. Those stories are fantastic. That's what we're going to talk again. You guys have to come back and you do. Please come back because frank. We're going to talk about the aztec sacrifice audition Pitch that we did and we really did that. God yeah. We did an aztec sacrifice simulation pitch for the cartoon network and and and i was the one who lost my mind so that was fantastic on. Okay well i want to thank everybody. Thank thank you guys thank you. Kathleen is no thank you. Thank you illicit to lie. You mating you. I want to tell people that they can find the podcast. Wherever they wherever you get your podcast you can go to make late media dot com and make al t. media dot com. You can review you can share. You can do whatever or you can write us at ed at make light media dot com go to connected parenting to check out. All of jennifer's work. Her classes workshops media. It's all there at connected. Parenting dot com. Keep coming back at work. If you work at ahmed crasnick for jennifer kalari. We'll see you next time..
Mental Health Comedy
"kathleen" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Going to your mind right just kind of have a matter of fact attitude about it but then you know after the surgery though. You're so incapacitated physically that that's all that life becomes about is just is just your convalescence and In your your speaking of loneliness That's the moment when friends and family are not to mention the the hospital staff. The whole idea of other people being so essential to your well being is in my life. It's never been more Stark than when that happened to me because then suddenly you know You know my my family. They're all trying to help me. My friends are all coming to the hospital. There were coming over to my house. They're making sure that i'm okay. And that just has an enormous impact. Kathleen didn't give a shit but everybody else right. She's because she's too busy hate war and she's hey watching without you. Which is i have to say. Frank de completely like his recovery is amazing. I mean dropped. Wait he looks great and he started walking he he really took it. Well i mean. I've never and the no you know what because because like kathleen said like i. I you know finally lost a lot of weight. Which for my whole adult life. It never happened. I dropped it. A huge amount of weight prank. Can you recommend that people go through a quadruple. Maybe it's a way to health. It's a good path car. A quadruple bypass really the dumbest diet plan you can come up with. It's not having an appetite for eight bucks know and so and so you lose weight but It's just kind of. I think typical in my life that i go about things in maybe not the smartest way you know. I didn't take care of myself. i mean i I gave up Drugs and alcohol like thirty five years ago and that was that was a major turning point in enabled. nato achieved the other things in life That i achieved but But one thing that i did do and and i. I didn't start walking after this happened. I've been walking my whole life in fact walking. I consider my form of meditation like. I don't sit and meditate every day. But i go for long walks every day. And that's my met and i think if it hadn't been for all the walking i did all my life like i probably just would have had a heart attack and died but because i did do this walking but also the intake air myself i kind of was given a second chance of like the gigantic Wake up call and then the ability to come out of it you know. Oh yeah. I do think that that walking saved you. I mean frankly has quite a walker. I am to that rank. You go to central park like almost media central park in carl shirts park and You know i. It's rare that. I don't walk at least two miles a day and sometimes like four or five miles you know. We have right by the river. I walk up to harlem. That's a great in his grocery store and it's so awesome. There's a whole community of fishermen you now that it's just really is yeah. It's so important and in fact Like when i became a comedian. I got into show business which i always wanted to from when i was a kid. Of course my dreams As a young guy getting in with was fame and fortune you know at all the things you always dream about and But the thing that i found in the in in my work. That's that's been so valuable to me is community. You know like me like meeting people like ed. All all the great friends that i've made when in l. a. and in new york and minneapolis. You know just the strike in a community of people who have the same kind of interest in being funny and comedy and and and it's and so all of the the times that i've had in that community just hanging out with people going to jellies after the show that's hanging over hanging around joking around. I mean that's that's that's the gift of. That's the gift of of what i do more than anything else. That's that's amazing. That's one of the things. I was going to talk about. Two with loneliness when you have community. So kathleen gordon a place like that where everyone's chatting and they kind of know each other that's missing from a lot of our lives. Now in kids lives the i zoom. Yes like coin to the village this seller and just the community of people like. I'm a little afraid to go but once you get there it's it's just so nights like you know are you. Are you naturally kathleen. Can i ask you. Are you and naturally shy person. I am i really am but You know when. I'm around commute like it when i run into you. It's it's almost like this is family. It's like so. I've not shy. I mean i get a little freaked out like after his show strangers. You know like say you're in vegas and they're very nice but i don't know what to say to them but with other comics that there's a whole community but yeah i i am shy and people don't realize when you're up there you're all by yourself doing comedy you're not. It's such an ironic thing. It seems ironic that a shy person would go in front of people on a stage. I found most most comedians. I think are shy. People are are are socially awkward. In fact i would say not all comedians. Just the good. He's are people who have a lot of insecurities. I'm this way to like just in a regular social interaction with people like i'm tongue tied. I don't know like i'm i'm frightened. I don't know what to say but put me on a stage in front of a room full of strangers and suddenly You know. I'm on the center of attention and i'm okay with yeah absolutely. Yeah like i said all the good ones i know are are like that and all of all of the comedians i know when the pandemic along it's like oh we have to isolate all the time. Wow this is going to be new. No it wasn't it wasn't different at all. You know it was like when you have more in. Those situations. means are often extroverts stage and introverts in life absolutely. I didn't like not being able to go out and get groceries. But i like being alone and isolated an leading and all. The pressure's gone right. You don't have to go to the parties in the lunches. Oh oh it was isn't necessary. Is it necessary to have a kind of stress and a kind of I don't wanna say unhappiness. But i just want to say kind of kind of awkwardness and awkward perspective so that you can create at the highest level. Is that necessary. Because i look at somebody like seinfeld..
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"kathleen" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"It's not about as a fait. You're allowed to have a pity party Sure yeah for a little while for a little while until you say to suffer k. Suck it up princess. It's tight actually get on and do something else. Because you're not helping us off in. This is that. I say this to anybody. In extreme depression because i work with people will anxiety at all the time. Is you stay in that petit party. You keep that depression it becomes your friend a good friend to have trained. You don't want toxic people in your life including yeah construe. Yeah i mean it can make you physically sick macha son not just emotionally sake if you stay out long enough it makes you tonight. But it's well. I work with suicide prevention and people like that and and yeah it does it get shoot deidre think. Well there's no point in being around let me go and that's a waste because waste you know you've written you written this contract before you born gotta get on with it and get your stuff together Absolutely are such a delight to talk with really enjoy enjoying having conversation with you of touching to in q. So if someone wants to learn more about you and what you do and maybe you perhaps They're called to work with you in some fashion. What is how can what's the best place for people to to find out about your the easiest basis to go to my website it's ww dot susan. Kathleen dot com. And you. can you can catch me. It's there's an easy way to get hold of me. Can you can even actually sign up for forty five. Recall with me as i do that and it's not always a coaching call and i make it very clear to everybody it. I'd like to say to somebody right now after this without me survive. I like somebody go away and say well you know that was a good chats and i have a choice if i want season. That's what i'm gonna do and if not bring me on facebook. I'm pretty good at saying how to do that. Awesome i love it well Make sure also that. If you're a to at least they can go back in and listen to the other episodes from season one of awaken in your mind magic and so you're on i tunes and probably a other podcast platforms. I imagine. Yeah old of the putt. Putt cows platforms. Thanks to my very wise manager. Who does it all for me. He does that stuff. I just do the talking. Find the wonderful people and they find me too. Yeah absolutely well. i'm not not. The engineers are wonderful people who do stuff. But you know you do. Nearest is an important job. Because you've gotta talk. You're the face of research you know about that gloria. We know who we talking to you. I think that's another thing that people don't realize that when you podcasting it's not just a case of saying. Hey come and chat on my podcast. I mean you and i both know with any form of when you speak to somebody else you want to put them neighbor slide. And you want to know about them so that you can all see relevant questions There yeah everybody we spend about an hour or two looking at what it is do that we can say the mega thing like louis stunned for me. Yes absolutely and you have done for me. So it's a piston life got going on here today a little party going on yup absolutely goodness all right. I have enjoyed the so much. And i thank you so much for being here and i will have your link to your website in the show notes. I have a brilliant person who puts together my show notes. Now which is awesome has to do that anymore. Yeah thanks time consuming. Sit it is yes and i. I love what he does. He does a great job as a shout out for you job. You have shot. Shane them go absolutely all right. Well thank you again for being and thank you listeners subscribers and everyone also watching on youtube i appreciate you so much and until next time as always i urge you to go out and live fully. Love deeply and engage authentically. Did you know that a majority of entrepreneurs tend to discount the importance of their work and a good number field. Their success is simply due to lock. I know from personal experience. That self-doubt can keep you from having the kind of life and business you desire. That's why i've created a free guide called uniquely knew how to move from self doubt to self love in four simple steps to claim your free guide to live. Love engage dot gift. That's live love gauge dot. G i asked..
Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
"kathleen" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
"Those us were lucky enough to work from home network You know central workers but we've actually navigated it and we on boarded twenty five thousand people now to microsoft remotely. We've interviewed thousands of people remotely. And i think we realized that we can have way more flexibility. There's going to be times where we need to be together. But there's a lot of times where people can work from home. And i think that's gonna create a lot of opportunity for women in a way that didn't exist when years ago didn't exist fifty years ago and so that that i think is really exciting. I think we can also tap into talent around the world in a different way to just you know give and technology in our new policies our new norms around work from home yet and i think you know what i wish. The news reported is the amount of women on businesses. That are starting every day have almost doubled which is exciting. Signed to me that you know if a woman doesn't get to work at microsoft and isn't feeling like she is being embraced in can succeed that she's starting her own business. Which can only lead to great things. I'm here you for one thing. I did want to plug if you are working for. A corporation is The female founder collective partnered with sap on making a program called back to best for parents. And they you know we knew parents needed support and they might not get it from their company so we brought together resources special offers content to support parents to help them. Integrate work in life During the pandemic. And beyond. So i think that if you're listening and again you need more support. Check that out. I have a couple more questions for you. Kathleen than let you go back to running a global company you talk about being vulnerable and being vulnerable at work and i know that takes a tremendous amount of bravery. What was a personal moment. You learned that it was okay to be vulnerable at work. It's difficult i mean. It's difficult to be vulnerable at work. I probably the biggest example would be when i went through breast cancer to breast cancer in two thousand concert goes cancer twice so i was diagnosed in two thousand seven the first time and i remember at the time and trying to behind it or cover it..
"kathleen" Discussed on Fever Dreams
"What is going on there. So the oath keepers are one of a couple of groups. The only other is the proud boys that are charged with some the really really heavy stuff. The conspiracy cases stemming out of the capitol riots. So when you're facing a conspiracy case like that it really is important that you act as a unit you know nobody rolling on each other but in the past few weeks we've had not one but i think three oath keepers take plea and cooperation deals which is not so great for everybody else facing charges right. Now it's sorta seems key if you're engaged in a conspiracy right. It kind of falls apart pretty quickly because a lot of the other rioters are kind of just people who seem to have just rushed around. Oh you know time to go. Fight some cops. Whatever they don't have much maybe jurat on but these oath keepers definitely do. And so what do you think this means for. Oath keepers leader stuart roads so suit roads has not been charged with anything yet. He very publicly let himself be photographed outside the capitol. The whole never inside never really white in the line of legal fire but if you look at these court filings damned. Does it look like investigators are sort of circling him and oath keepers leadership trying to say it's more than just the people who broke in and who had paramilitary gear going into the capital. I shouldn't laugh because he owns his nightmare. But these are the people who were like in the stack guys who had the cammo and the helmet. You army surplus sale. But ms criminal cases really look like prosecutors are trying to tie that really well known attack into the leadership may have planned in the base before the attack fever dreams listeners will remember stewart roads as the gentleman who is using allegedly oath keepers money to buy kettlebells at a lingerie store and a bunch of stakes for himself not unlike the hamburglar and this created a lot of a lot of trouble within the oath keepers in terms of the text messages. That have come out. I mean. I know there's a lot of material that the feds have been releasing in these court filings about the oh keepers plan. I mean my understanding is they had sort of a quote quick response force. That was chilling in a in a motel across the river in virginia. What are we learning about. What their plans. Where for january sex yet. So if you ask the oath keepers and say a quick response for us. I don't know anything about that. That was a mean. That was a joke in minecraft. If you look at the very compelling photographs that are starting to come out in these court cases it really looks like the oath keepers kept people in hotels with literal cases of rifles. There's a video of someone rolling something down a motel six or whatever. Hallway looks a hell of a lot like a rifle case and the logic there is that. Dc his super strict gun laws bringing a gun to dc. You're kind of asking for trouble. But have across the river in virginia and wait for the call from the leader and you can sit out there with a gun stashed pretty easily so to dig in a little bit more in this roads guy. Because i'm not sure how much our listeners know about him specifically you also note in the story that roses wife is also currently crowdfunding money to divorce him. Can you tell us a little bit more about him. And why is his wife crowdfunding clerk. I gotta get away for this creep. Why is she crowdfunding money. Publicly divorce the guy. That's an awkward one. In the old household till this actually predates the oath keepers. Most recent brush with fame. His wife filed for divorce in twenty eighteen. Alleging you know some of wouldn't you know it some nasty behavior on his part for her children. I think toward a neighbor and she filed a petition for a restraining order. That got denied. So like a lot of divorce. Cases that are disputed. It's been held up in court for ages. She doesn't have the money to keep fighting this. She says that people don't really wanna take on her case because it means taking on all the baggage with it so she's been crowdfunding to just get the hell away from this guy and they are extremes. It's not like they have to discuss this dinner table. If you ever want to make a case in divorce court there you go. The guy sounds like a real winner but in your reporting about how these leaders tearing apart the organization one of the primary complaints here that people are doing too much snitching in the other oath keepers or getting mad at these supposed tough guys who just keeps snitching on each other so this is sort of laying bare some conflicts that have been happening in the oath keepers for a little while you refer to suit roads registry spending organization money in light lingerie and iphone games. Bets been a percolating complaints more recently as oath keepers have stepped up their kind of pro trump militancy. Stop the steel kind of thing members of the organization of walks. You know they. They've pointed to these past financial os and said. Hey man you've gotta sort this out and nobody did too now that it looks like there's not much loyalty going on in courts. You're starting to see a lot of folks turn either accepting plea deals or a lot. More people talking to the media about their concerns inside the group then he would have heard in past years. Where do you think. This is all headed in terms of the oath keepers. Are they done. I mean is this going to be the the nail in the coffin for this crew. Because already we're seeing the kind of classic way of getting rid of someone embarrassing or an organization that's embarrassing which is on the right which is just saying they're all feds informants and kind of wind saying you know. This isn't our problem. Are the oath keepers. are they done for. Are they going to. My sense is that they can kind of break up into a bunch of pieces. Yeah i think that's a good way of thinking of it because oath keepers chapters. Have in the past kinda gone autonomous from the national organization but last week i was talking to a former oath keeper and i said what do you think what are people leaving the organization over this and he said i would guess about fifteen percent of dues. Paying members have left after january six. He said everybody else is a lemming. He said they're gonna follow sewer roads off the cliff so you know. I think it's it's going to depend on people's sense of self preservation. Some smarter ones might hack it up might form splinter groups but there are some people who are diehards and we're going to be there until the prosecution comes for them great. We'll kelly thank you so much for coming on fever dreams. Thank you guys for having me. Look staying healthy isn't easy watching your diet hitting the gym avoiding stress. Put a good night's rest helps boost your overall health and wellness and it couldn't be easier. The new sleep number. Three sixty pet is the only man that effortlessly adjusted in response to both of you result. You wake up ready for anything. Proven quality sleep is life changing sleep during our lowest prices of the season. The new queen sleep number. 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I here is just about the best book you can read out there on the history of you know white white ed racist right wing violence in the united states particularly since the vietnam war among you'll learn a lot and you'll enjoy read as well She has a new book coming in the fall called the field guys white supremacy and another upcoming book for random house called home at the end the world on.