35 Burst results for "Kathy"

Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:09 min | 2 d ago

Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker

"Relate to nominate much you agree. So Georgia, I think, should be a good one. Is that right? So what do you like about Marjorie Taylor green Cathy? Well, I don't really know that much about her. I don't get to listen to the news that Martin stuff, but just I think she'd be a good one. All right, well Kathy, we're going to write you down for MTG as Speaker of the House. I'm sorry to hear. You know, I think there's something going around the country right now. And folks are getting the flu. They're getting sick. I hope you're doing the chicken noodle soup and everything, Kathy. I'm doing a chicken noodle soup and I don't really have a flu. I started out with tons of lighters and now it's on my chest. Oh dear. You gotta get some of it, get some good ice cream, so just good chocolate ice cream. Blue bell is a good brand. So all right. Kathy feel better and thanks for calling in. Folks, Kathy says MTG would make a great Speaker of the House.

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CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:29 min | Last week

CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.

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Parts of NY dig out after potentially 'historic' snowfall

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Parts of NY dig out after potentially 'historic' snowfall

"Some record snow gets dumped on parts of western New York as some residents dig out while others brace for even more snow 80 inches of snow and counting that's how much forecasters say has fallen in Orchard park near buffalo 74 inches in Hamburg There's been many other reports over 60 inches so we're talking about 5 feet of snow And national weather service meteorologist Jason allenbaugh says it's caused some damage There's been a few building collapses in Erie county of western New York due to such heavy weight of the snow Governor Kathy hochul says roads are getting cleared and preparation led to minimal power outages This has been an historic storm without a doubt it is one for the record books And as someone who's from buffalo and has lived in upstate my entire life we've seen a lot of snow but when you hit 80 to 85 inches over the course of just a couple of days no event So as it has become the second snowiest November at the buffalo airport I'm Julie Walker

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Dinesh Continues His Review of the Midterm Election Results

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Continues His Review of the Midterm Election Results

"I'm back and we're talking about the midterms and some results have come in in the last day or so. In fact, I mean I were talking together about results out of New York. A number of congressional races that were poised kind of on the knife's edge or were right in the middle have tipped over into the Republican column. Let's remember, by the way, we think of New York, we're like, wow, New York really? What? But New York is fairly conservative outside of New York City. So as you begin to move Long Island as you move upstate, you republicanism is not uncommon, and in some ways it's even the majority. So it's only because of the dense population of New York that New York is a safely by and large democratic state. But what you have here is races that were that had about an equal number of Republicans and Democrats. So maybe even democratic leaning falling the Republican way. Now what does this mean? Well, it basically helps us in the house. And we have to give credit to this guy Lee zeldin, Lee zeldin ran against Kathy hochul for the governor's race, and he lost, but he lost pretty narrowly. I mean, if you look at those numbers between Zelda and hulk, I mean huckel won it pretty cleanly, but it was not the normal blowout. It wasn't something where hoku got 60 and zeldon got 40. It was something where these guys were just a few points apart and what that means is that Zelda had a sort of coattail in New York. He was able to pull up some of the other Republicans. By the way, this was just a confirmation of how politics works in teams. In other words, if you do well at the top of the ballot, you often do better at the bottom of the ballot. One of the anomalies of 2020 was the Trump lost, but Republicans down ballad did pretty well. This is an anomaly that I think about when I, as I put the film together 2000 meals and also wrote the wrote the accompanying book.

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Kevin McCullough Brings Good News From Last Night's Results

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Kevin McCullough Brings Good News From Last Night's Results

"Continue talking to our friend Kevin McCullough. You may know him as his real name, votes for dumbest. I say it. It's a chilling thing to pronounce that word votes through. He knows all tells all, okay, votes true. Tell us more about what happened last night. Again, I have officially dubbed this, Eric is not allowed to be depressed day. Even though the media is telling you that Joe Biden won last night and that Trump is finished and that everything else is going downhill, that is the opposite of what happened. And you ended last hour talking about Lee zeldin. Let me just talk to you about the quote unquote failed candidacy of Lee zeldin. First of all, Kathy hochul will take this governorship reigns with the smallest percentage win of any governor in New York's history in the last hundred years. Nobody has come this close to losing their seat and still want it. Having said that, what does that mean? Well, she obviously has been sent a message that New Yorkers are tired of the crime. They've got a lot of issues about the economy, et cetera, et cetera. But in zeldin's fervor to get to that place, he worked 19 months, he held huge rallies on Long Island and upstate. There was obviously chicanery that took place in Manhattan that you were talking about cheating that's obvious. It's obvious that there's some sort of like printing press at the bottom of Gracie mansion in the city or something. I don't know. But in all of this excitement, he pulled probably four more congressional delegates into the GOP delegation for new Yorkers than they have had in many, many years.

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Former Anti-Semite Mark Ruffalo Endorses Kathy Hochul

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Former Anti-Semite Mark Ruffalo Endorses Kathy Hochul

"Ever hear of Mark rue mister producer He's an actor Have you ever heard of him Mister Cole Springer Well apparently they consider him an a list actor You never heard of him He's been in a I'm trying to think of the different movies he's been in any way Hulk but others I think too I think some of the marvel movies may be but I don't know So he's known for having tweeted Past year or so Some truly horrific anti semitic tweets Choosing Israel in my view of genocide Calling for apartheid calling for all kinds of he's tweeted so much it's hard to even to know I'm just sitting here and then he came under pressure of course because when you push out anti semitism some people push back And he said he apologized I reflected and wanted to apologize for post during the recent Israel Hamas fighting Everyone Hamas was shooting missiles into Israel Trying to kill Israelis Suggested Israel's committing genocide it's not accurate and so forth But he has posted some really really nasty things And I just wanted to mention this now so the people in New York know that he has endorsed The Karen illegitimate unelected governor

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Presidential push ahead of the 2022 midterm elections

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Presidential push ahead of the 2022 midterm elections

"Democrats and Republicans are issuing urgent appeals in the last full day of campaigning before election day More than 41 million ballots have already been cast in the midterm election that could have a powerful impact on the House and Senate and the final two years of Joe Biden's presidency The president continues to stick to democratic strongholds like New York where he campaigned for governor Kathy hochul on Sunday Give me two more Democrats in the Senate and we keep control of the House We're going to codify roe V wade in January and make it a law of the land Biden will speak at an evening rally at Bowie state university in Maryland a state where Democrats hope to reclaim a governor's seat Former president Donald Trump again teased a run for The White House while campaigning Sunday for Florida senator Marco Rubio We were a great nation and we will soon be a great nation

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Musk threatens to boot Twitter account impersonators

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Musk threatens to boot Twitter account impersonators

"Elon Musk is threatening those who pretend to be someone they aren't on his newly purchased social media platform Sure imitation may be a form of flattery but apparently the new head of Twitter is not crazy about it Elon Musk says his new electronic toy will permanently suspend any account that impersonates another the warning comes after some celebrities decided to change their Twitter display names to make it appear that they were tweeting as Elon Musk among the culprits were comedian Kathy Griffin and act of Valerie Bertinelli Griffin says her account was already suspended The spoofing came after must decision to offer verified accounts to anyone for just $8 a month even after he laid off a big chunk of the Twitter workforce A Moscow's Gabriel

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Lee Zeldin: Times Square Naked Cowboy Endorses Lee Zeldin

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Lee Zeldin: Times Square Naked Cowboy Endorses Lee Zeldin

"I guess you were very frightened today In Clinton and Harris that must have sent shivers down your spine You think that'll have any effect Well we neutralized it because we got the endorsement of the naked cowboy in Times Square who decorated his guitar with his Zelda for governor gear and came up with an original song You know I'll tell you while he was while she was having her rally with Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris in tish James we had a rally up in the capital region with at least stefanik and a bunch of other candidates And we had ten times up at our rally We once again had another rally into the thousands There's no doubt that we have the energy and momentum over this weekend that's coming up Kathy hochul is bringing in Bill Clinton for one rally bringing in Joe Biden for another rally and I'm just sure that if she adds up the sum total of all attendees at all these rallies she still wouldn't be able to put it inside of for example that desantis rally we had last Saturday So we have the energy we have the issues We just have to make sure that everyone shows up and votes No one can stay home

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Lee Zeldin: Kathy Hochul Openly Ignores Crime Issues

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Lee Zeldin: Kathy Hochul Openly Ignores Crime Issues

"You know, when you had this debate moment with your opponent, Kathy hochul, and she stood up there and spun this wild conspiracy theory that there's not really a crime problem that we're just data deniers when we're concerned about crime. You had to be thinking that she gave you a Christmas gift a few weeks early. When she says that she doesn't understand why this is so important to me. She's saying that she doesn't understand why this is so important to millions of other New Yorkers who are talking about why they want safer streets why they want to support law enforcement more, why they want district attorneys to be actually enforcing the law. They don't want to be passing pro criminal laws like cash flow up in Albany. And when she says that I'm a data denier, she's ignoring purposefully all of the many, many different areas of major crimes that have gone up year after year. And then if you look at it over the course of the last few years since cash flow has gone into effect, if you were to compare 2022 to say 2019, there are certain numbers that are even more start. So she's also alienating herself from the electorate because New Yorkers don't want to be lectured that there's nothing to see here look away. This is just perception, what they want is for governor to say that they understand what's wrong. These are their ideas to fix it and they're committed to doing absolutely everything in their power to take back our streets. And they're not getting that with Kathy hochul and she's basically telling everybody that herself. I

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Poll: Lee Zeldin Ahead of Kathy Hochul for NY Governor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:35 sec | Last month

Poll: Lee Zeldin Ahead of Kathy Hochul for NY Governor

"The stars seem to be aligning quite nicely for the Republican Party and in fact, in the gubernatorial races, the polling is looking really good for Republicans, a new Trafalgar poll shows Lee zeldin is now ahead of Kathy hochul in this New York governor's race. That's huge news. I am so cautiously optimistic, but of course, very excited about a guy like Lee zeldin, potentially becoming New York's next governor.

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GOP House Candidate Cassy Garcia on the Damage Cartels Have Done

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

GOP House Candidate Cassy Garcia on the Damage Cartels Have Done

"Little bit about the damage the cartels have done. To the southern border and in your district, the drugs, the crime, and the cartels are no joke and he accepts money from the cartels, talk about that. Look, you know, he obviously, he's been in office for 18 years, but I am a lifelong style Texan. I'm also the wife of a border patrol agent. And so when we talk about the cartels, they're making billions and billions of dollars. People that are trying to cross our country, you know, they're paying them to come across here. People are dying. We talk about the fentanyl crisis that it's seeping through our border here. I met a mother who lost her daughter to fentanyl. She was 17 years old and she died in July she thought she was taking a sleeping aid and never woke up the next morning. And so when we talk about the cartels, they're moving and people say, no, they're not coming in, no, they are in this country. They are in this country they're moving around. The people they're paying them billions of dollars. People are, I mean, they are, we need to shut them down. We have shut down the border. We need to close the border. We need to president of the United States to do his job and enforce the laws on the book. And that's why people aren't indifferent between a way I'm talking to voters. They're telling me Kathy. We have an unsecure border. The border is broken, priced out of control, and we don't even have doctors for the 9 counties that are do not have doctors. And with this with the influx of people that working in this district, there are even on the border, it's not fair to the communities that we're having to deal with the impact of this crisis. The administration will talk about it. We have a border Kamala who will not visit the southern border. We have a secretary of mayorkas who has belittled and men and women in green. And I think we have a congressman who was corrupt and it's time for him to step down to move along and lost someone who is going to properly represent this district. And that's why we talk about that shift. This district when he is a toss up right now. People are looking at the pertain my race. Monica Della Cruz and Mario floris and 34 that we can actually make history and

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NY Post: Gov. Kathy Hochul Denies Surging Crime in New York

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | Last month

NY Post: Gov. Kathy Hochul Denies Surging Crime in New York

"The front page of the New York Post today. If you're watching me on the Salem news channel, I'll hold up for you. Crazy cat. Kathy hochul says it's a GOP conspiracy to convince people that crime is rising. They got a picture of Kathy hochul with the big aluminum tinfoil hat on. You want to talk about conspiracy theories? How about Kathy hochul's assertion in her debate with Lee zeldin the other night? That we're data deniers. Those of us who are worried about rising crime in America. It's not really happening. Of course, the New York Post artfully points out by the data how the crime is surging wildly in New York and beyond.

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Kathy Hochul's 'Shocking' Statement on COVID Lockdowns

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Kathy Hochul's 'Shocking' Statement on COVID Lockdowns

"Had a debate between the God willing incoming governor of New York, my buddy Lee zeldin and the current anointed non elected governor Kathy hochul, who was asked about COVID lockdowns. Her answer, shocking, play cut. You've been an election denier, a climate change denier. You and Donald Trump were the masterful COVID deniers. We are dealing with a real crisis. And the more people get vaccinated, get those shots in arms. And I would do it all over again when I did last year that mandate for healthcare workers. So just as New York loses a case and they're told, everybody who's fired, back to work, back pay because it was illegal. Vocal is asked, would you do it again? In Hulk Hogan, lying about my body leaves out and said, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I shut down New York again. When you look at, I know the book deals with government lockdowns and power grabs. Isn't the most frightening thing just in that they're probably going to do it again. Absolutely. And that's why we're kind of using this book as a defense against these. We know that they're going to use these same tactics, whether it's for the next wave of COVID, the Knicks pandemic, or whether boogeyman they have in store probably climate change activism. And look, they're very, very pleased with the majority of the populace, the World Economic Forum just the other week was touting how compliant people were with all these measures and interventions. And they would love to see us all sharing one bike among three households eating insects and getting away from meat, right? This is their dream and to know that they could gladly weld us inside of our apartments and we might not complain is exactly what they're trying to do.

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NY Post fires employee for 'vile' takeover of Twitter feed

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

NY Post fires employee for 'vile' takeover of Twitter feed

"The New York Post is fired an employee for what it calls a vile and reprehensible takeover of its website and social media accounts On the post Twitter feed and website there were tweets and fake news stories calling for the assassinations of President Biden and New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez both are Democrats False tweets had New York's Republican candidate for governor Lee zeldin making violent statements about his opponent governor Kathy hochul and hurling racist slurs at New York mayor Eric Adams another false tweet had Texas governor Greg Abbott saying he would order border patrol to start slaughtering illegals The post did not say who the fired employee is or how that person managed to hack the paper's accounts I'm Ed Donahue

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Democrats Are Out of Touch With Reality

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | Last month

Democrats Are Out of Touch With Reality

"Now Adam, there's nobody like a candidate to ask what's really going on because you've got to talk to everyone. So I want to really ask you about parents and kids in Nevada. And this is not just Hispanic for any parent. When I heard tutor, what I heard Gretchen Whitmer in Michigan lie to the people in Michigan two nights ago and say, we only shut the schools down for three months. And everyone knew that was a lot. And when I heard Kathy hochul, democratic governor of New York State, I don't know why you leave all their upset about crime. I thought these people are absolutely disconnected from the reality of the ordinary American family. Kids lost two and a half years of learning and crime scares the hell out of everyone. Is that what you're hearing? Everything you hear nationally is worse here. We're 49th in education. Our crime has soared. The border, we have fentanyl and human trafficking spikes to likes of which we've never seen before. We had all time closures and small businesses, particularly in the Hispanic community, all time closures, and these businesses are still barely hanging on a couple of years after these shutdowns. And so you're absolutely right. These Democrats are shameless, Catherine Cortez masto is running a revisionist Senate campaign with millions and millions of dollars. If they didn't have all this money in the media, we'd be up ten in this race and this thing would be over. But we all know the media throws in and all popular culture and they just pretend like this is not Democrat policy. But I'll tell you, that's what I do. Every single time I'm speaking to a group. And believe me, we've had, we've been in front of more nevadans than any candidate of either party in this state. By far.

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Strong Republican Candidates Are Popping Up All Over the U.S.

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last month

Strong Republican Candidates Are Popping Up All Over the U.S.

"Not just Arizona. There's candidates popping up all across the country. That are just blowing people away. Including Lee zeldin, there was another debate last night for all of our New York and if you've been watching this program, you know, we've been keeping on the New York theme. We've been keeping focusing on New York. Lee zeldin had a phenomenal debate. Against Kathy hochul and she showed us exactly who the Democrat party is. She shows exactly how she doesn't care about crime. This right here is the contrast that should motivate you in New York to do everything you possibly can. To get Lee zeldin elected. He's a back and forth. It's gone completely viral of Lee zeldin versus Kathy hochul. Let's get that tape. I don't know what cut that is. Lee zeldin and Kathy hochul play tape. This governor, who still, to this moment, we're not one way, halfway through the debate. She still hasn't talked about locking up anyone committing any crimes. Okay. Anyone who commits a crime under our laws, especially with the change they made to bail, has consequences. I don't know why that's so important. I wish we wouldn't have cut it so quickly. I don't know why that's so important to you. That is the reverb version of what difference does it make? If I was Lee zeldin, I would cut that into an advertisement of all the people that are getting senselessly pushed onto subways. People that are getting raped, the arson, the crime, the looting, the defecation, the degeneracy, that is happening all across the city of New York. I don't know why that's a problem to you. It's the exact same attitude of what difference does it make when Hilda beast was testifying in front of Congress. What difference does it make that four people died in Benghazi? What difference does it make? It makes a big difference.

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Lee Zeldin: Kathy Hochul Does Not Want to Lock up Criminals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Lee Zeldin: Kathy Hochul Does Not Want to Lock up Criminals

"If you have a lick of sense, you'll put Lee zeldin in the governor's office. Are you tired of crime? In New York? Are you tired of Democrat politicians looking the other way? How about this? Are you tired of a Democrat governor who doesn't understand why it's important to lock up criminals? This was an actual exchange last night in the debate between the governor by accident, Kathy hochul and the Republican challenger Lee zeldin. I mean, listen, I stated that the first day that I'm in office, I'm going to declare a crime emergency and suspend castles bail and these other pro criminal laws because there is a crime emergency. My opponent thinks that right now there's a polio emergency going on, but there's not a crime emergency. Different priorities that I'm hearing from people right now, they're not being represented from this governor who still, to this moment, we have halfway through the debate. She still hasn't talked about locking up anyone committing any crimes. Okay. Anyone who commits a crime, under our laws, especially with the change they made to bail, has consequences. I don't know why that's so important to you. All I know is that we could do more. I don't know why that's so important to you. To lock up criminals, my gosh.

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"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Justice for Kathy.

"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

07:51 min | 4 months ago

"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Rang at around like 2 a.m., she just instinctively picked it up. But whoever was on the other end didn't say anything, they just hung up. So her first thought was that it was probably Steve checking up on Kathy. But she had no way to know for sure. She tells police that what she does know for sure is that Steve called her at 6 a.m., and she knows it was him because he spoke to her asking where Kathy was. Now, at the time when she got this call at 6 a.m., it wasn't super weird. But Charlotte finds it ultra weird now since she knows that by 6 a.m. Steve not only knew where Kathy was, but he also knew that she was dead. Why is he calling her? Now to be clear, as far as I can tell, the timing of this phone call is never corroborated with phone records. And I'm not sure why that is. It seems like a pretty simple thing to me to go back and check to verify exactly what time the call was made. But we only have this he said she said between Charlotte and Steve. And he's saying that the timing is all wrong. He says that he only made that first phone call at around two 30 a.m. and he completely denies a later phone call. Though he does later change his story to include a second phone call, but changes the timing of said phone call multiple times, though Charlotte, on the other hand, repeatedly says she is sure Steve called her between 5 30 a.m. and 6 a.m.. Now all of this is weird, but police now have someone else they need to talk to. They got to get to this guy that Cathy was meeting that night. Police track him down, but the details about this encounter with him just really aren't there like you'd expect. Like I would have expected to know what questions they asked him, how they vetted him slash his alibi. But there's almost nothing. We just know that he's super cooperative and even voluntarily takes a polygraph, which detective Moseley says that he passes with flying colors. And then we know that they clear this guy. Though this man wasn't the killer that they were looking for, talking to him wasn't all for nought. They are able to narrow down their timeline for Kathy's murder because according to court documents, detective Moseley learns that Kathy left the motel in Beaumont at around two 30 a.m.. Between the pages separation, the boyfriend being cleared and Charlotte's account of a phone call after Kathy was found where Steve's asking where Kathy is like he doesn't know, not to mention Steve strange behavior with police, authorities are laser focused in on Steve from the very beginning. Just one day after her murder, Steve visits with Kathy's mom and has a whole lot to say. He tells her off the wall things like that Kathy was using drugs, specifically doing cocaine at night and taking valium during the day. He also kind of offhandedly mentions that he spilled some fish grease on the carpet the day before, and he tells her not to listen to Cathy's friends because they'll say he killed her. And I mean, dude is just all over the place. Stranger still, Steve refused to let police search their home when they requested to. And he tells Dorothy that the reason that he doesn't want the police poking around is because he's afraid they'll find Kathy's blood. Steve tells Dorothy as well as several other family members that Kathy was always shaving her legs in the living room and that there may be droplets of her blood, and he thought that that might incriminate him if police found that. Though no one in the House reports seeing blood. Now, I don't know about any of you out there, but I don't know many people who opt to shave their legs in the middle of the living room. I certainly have never done that in my life. Either way, later that same day, Kathy's sister, sherry Valentine, visits the page home and immediately notices this really strong chemical odor when Steve answers the door. Now Steve tells her about that like spilled fish grease on the carpet in their living room. He says that it happened when he was carrying this pan or dish or whatever from the kitchen out to the trash outside and after it spilled he needed to clean it up. Now, just keep in mind, Steve has now told two people that he spilled fish grease on the carpet Wednesday may 15th. Now fast forward, days later on Saturday the 18th, Dorothy, her mom witnesses Steve burning something in the backyard in which she asks him about it, Steve says that he spilled fish grease that day and then he missed the trash pickup. So he decided to burn the trash in his backyard. Now when asked by officials, Steve always sticks to this Saturday story, and he denies that he ever said anything about spilling it on Wednesday to anyone. But if fish grease was spilled on Saturday, then what was the reason for the chemical odor right after Cathy's murder? And just in case you weren't sure what to believe already, one of his daughters says that no fish grease ever spilled ever. And listen, I know this seems like a lot of hoopla over some fish grease, but as silly as it seems, it's one of the most contentious points of this case, mainly because of where the grease supposedly spilled. It seems to be around the same exact spot where Kathy's supposedly cut herself shaving. Which is just like ultra convenient, apparently everything in that house happens in that spot. And it's also pointed out that even his story about spilling it doesn't really make sense because I guess the way that their house was set up, it would have made no sense for him to take this thing across the living room floor to go outside to the trash because apparently there was like a door off the kitchen or something that would have given him a cleaner, clearer path to get rid of this stuff. Around this time, the results from Cathy's autopsy comes back. And it reveals that Cathy was brutally beaten, which caused bruising and a broken nose, but ultimately her cause of death was manual strangulation, just as police had suspected. Also like police had suspected, according to the medical examiner's report, Kathy was not killed in her car. There was no blood on the outside of her clothes, but there was transfer blood on the inside, which suggested that she was killed, cleaned up, and then redressed. There's also grass on her clothing, suggesting that she was actually dragged to the car to stage it as an accident. The autopsy also reveals that Kathy was dead by four 30 a.m., which narrows down their window even further since we know she left the Beaumont at about two 30. So they're working with only a two hour window of missing time. Now, it should be noted here that when detective Moseley inspected her body, he reported that she had no makeup on and no jewelry, if you remember. While Cathy's friends and family are adamant that her nighttime routine was to put her hair up, take her makeup and jewelry off and then go to bed. So for that reason, her friends and family feel strongly that Kathy drove the 15 minutes home to vite her after meeting her boyfriend in Beaumont and then had an altercation after getting ready for bed. And when you think about that scenario, there aren't many people she would have or even could have interacted with at that hour in her own home. Interestingly, the autopsy also revealed that Cathy had sexual intercourse shortly before she died, which isn't too surprising because we know that she met up with her boyfriend, but something about what they found is surprising. According to the orange leader, the semen found was absent of spermatozoa, which is indicative of a person who has had a vasectomy. And wouldn't you know it, detective Moseley confirmed that Steve page had a vasectomy earlier that same year. Now when police confront Steve with this evidence, he has an explanation. He says that just before Kathy went out that night that she died at around ten 30 p.m., they had sex on the living room floor.

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14:33 min | 4 months ago

"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Is suspicious to the police right off the bat. Like he switches between speaking to authorities in a calm, collected manner, and then like spontaneous fits of crying, you know, still minus the tears, though. And in the pre dawn darkness. And I say darkness because this is the other weird thing Steve won't turn on the lights even after he's asked to, but detective Mosley notices a pile of clothes. Again, in the dark, on the living room floor. Now, doesn't mention at the time, just kind of like makes note of it. All in all, in the time spent with Steve authorities can't help but notice that he never once asked to see Kathy, nor did he try to go to the scene, even though, again, you can literally see the flashing lights from his doorstep. After police leave around 6 a.m. on that same morning, Steve calls Kathy's mother, Dorothy Fulton, and he tells her that something terrible happened to Kathy. Within the hour, Dorothy and Kathy's father James are at the page home. Dorothy notices that Steve, again, is acting kind of strangely. He's like wiping his hands incessantly with a wet washcloth, and according to the Texas Court of Appeals, Dorothy also notices Steve is doing laundry. Laundry, at 6 a.m., not even an hour after being informed that his wife was likely murdered. But, when Steve's asked about this, he says that he's doing the laundry because his daughter wet the bed. Now listen, Joe is still in diapers, I don't know how I would react to this, so I asked one of the women in our office who has a son that's a little bit older. And she said, honestly, this isn't weird to her. Like, if her kid had an accident, she said he would almost be like instinctual to just like strip the bed, throw everything in the wash. Now I can't find any details about whether anyone confirmed what was actually being washed or that the kid actually did have an accident. It's just a lot of people speculating. Now around 8 a.m., Kathy and Steve's two daughters, 12 year old Aaron, and 7 year old Monica wake up and are told the unthinkable has happened to their mother, and she's gone. Family and friends are coming in and out all morning to offer condolences or just to be together during this time. And just as a side note, it's interesting to me that the home was not secured in any way, like they established from about a second into the investigation that she wasn't killed in her car, which means that they, to me, should be looking for another crime scene, seems like maybe her own home would be a good place to start. But again, just a podcaster, what do I know? So these not podcasters let literally dozens of people traipse through the page home and let Steve do laundry and it's all just hunky Dory. Anyway, one of those family members that comes through the page home is Kathy's sister Jan. According to Jan, when she asks Steve what happened to Kathy, he says that she was probably drunk and drove her car in a ditch, which makes no sense because police have already told Steve at this point that Cathy was murdered. It's not stated in the source material exactly what the family makes of Steve's behavior, but I have to imagine that they were just as confused as I am by his statements. But I also tend to think that between their own shock and grief that they may have just kind of written it off at first. What's harder though to write off is the fact that Steve tells police that he is against an autopsy, and sure there are cultural and religious reasons that oppose autopsies, but Steve's not citing any of those. He simply just doesn't want an autopsy to happen. So Kathy's father James Fulton steps in and he's the one that gives the okay against Steve's wishes to have her autopsy. And in the meantime, police get to work on their investigation. To start, they interview Cathy's friends and family to piece together a timeline and to try to understand who may have wanted to harm her. And off the bat, they learn that Stephen Cathy's marriage was rocky to say the least. Just the week before her death, Kathy actually asked for a separation from Steve. And on May 13th, that would have been the day before Cathy died. Steve was supposed to spend his first night sleeping at an apartment that he had rented due to their separation. So obviously now police are wondering what the heck was he doing at the house the morning that they found Cathy murdered? Well, Steve tells police that there's a super innocent explanation for that that Kathy called him and asked him to come over and watch the girls while she went out with a friend named Charlotte. So police want to talk to Charlotte. According to the cold justice episode on this case, titled the case behind the billboards. Charlotte tells police that that's not necessarily a lie. 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And that blue Nile dot com, you can create custom engagement rings or search for classic and timeless jewelry pieces all at prices you won't find a traditional jewelers. Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from blue Nile dot com. And going on now is the blue Nile anniversary sale. Save up to 40% on classic fine jewelry pieces and 25% on engagement ring settings. Plus, every order is insured, ships free and arrives in discrete packaging that won't give away what's inside. Shop stress free and find your forever piece. Go to blue Nile, dot com today. Now she doesn't think that Steve is necessarily lying because she doesn't think he knew the real truth, which was that Kathy had called her around 9 30 or 10 p.m. on May 13th and asked her not to answer her phone in case Steve called to check up on her. Because she told him that she'd be with Charlotte. But Kathy was actually planning to meet a man that she'd been seeing at a motel in nearby Beaumont. Now, this information about another man is obviously hugely important to detectives, but police's interview with Charlotte reveals something else as well. Charlotte tells police that despite Kathy's request, when her phone rang at around like 2 a.m., she just instinctively picked it up. But whoever was on the other end didn't say anything, they just hung up. So her first thought was that it was probably Steve checking up on Kathy. But she had no way to know for sure. She tells police that what she does know for sure is that Steve called her at 6 a.m., and she knows it was him because he spoke to her asking where Kathy was. Now, at the time when she got this call at 6 a.m., it wasn't super weird. But Charlotte finds it ultra weird now since she knows that by 6 a.m. Steve not only knew where Kathy was, but he also knew that she was dead. Why is he calling her? Now to be clear, as far as I can tell, the timing of this phone call is never corroborated with phone records. And I'm not sure why that is. It seems like a pretty simple thing to me to go back and check to verify exactly what time the call was made. But we only have this he said she said between Charlotte and Steve. And he's saying that the timing is all wrong. He says that he only made that first phone call at around two 30 a.m. and he completely denies a later phone call. Though he does later change his story to include a second phone call, but changes the timing of said phone call multiple times, though Charlotte, on the other hand, repeatedly says she is sure Steve called her between 5 30 a.m. and 6 a.m.. Now all of this is weird, but police now have someone else they need to talk to. They got to get to this guy that Cathy was meeting that night. Police track him down, but the details about this encounter with him just really aren't there like you'd expect. Like I would have expected to know what questions they asked him, how they vetted him slash his alibi. But there's almost nothing. We just know that he's super cooperative and even voluntarily takes a polygraph, which detective Moseley says that he passes with flying colors. And then we know that they clear this guy. Though this man wasn't the killer that they were looking for, talking to him wasn't all for nought. They are able to narrow down their timeline for Kathy's murder because according to court documents, detective Moseley learns that Kathy left the motel in Beaumont at around two 30 a.m.. Between the pages separation, the boyfriend being cleared and Charlotte's account of a phone call after Kathy was found where Steve's asking where Kathy is like he doesn't know, not to mention Steve strange behavior with police, authorities are laser focused in on Steve from the very beginning. Just one day after her murder, Steve visits with Kathy's mom and has a whole lot to say. He tells her off the wall things like that Kathy was using drugs, specifically doing cocaine at night and taking valium during the day. He also kind of offhandedly mentions that he spilled some fish grease on the carpet the day before, and he tells her not to listen to Cathy's friends because they'll say he killed her. And I mean, dude is just all over the place. Stranger still, Steve refused to let police search their home when they requested to. And he tells Dorothy that the reason that he doesn't want the police poking around is because he's afraid they'll find Kathy's blood. Steve tells Dorothy as well as several other family members that Kathy was always shaving her legs in the living room and that there may be droplets of her blood, and he thought that that might incriminate him if police found that. Though no one in the House reports seeing blood. Now, I don't know about any of you out there, but I don't know many people who opt to shave their legs in the middle of the living room. I certainly have never done that in my life. Either way, later that same day, Kathy's sister, sherry Valentine, visits the page home and immediately notices this really strong chemical odor when Steve answers the door. Now Steve tells her about that like spilled fish grease on the carpet in their living room. He says that it happened when he was carrying this pan or dish or whatever from the kitchen out to the trash outside and after it spilled he needed to clean it up. Now, just keep in mind, Steve has now told two people that he spilled fish grease on the carpet Wednesday may 15th. Now fast forward, days later on Saturday the 18th, Dorothy, her mom witnesses Steve burning something in the backyard in which she asks him about it, Steve says that he spilled fish grease that day and then he missed the trash pickup. So he decided to burn the trash in his backyard. Now when asked by officials, Steve always sticks to this Saturday story, and he denies that he ever said anything about spilling it on Wednesday to anyone. But if fish grease was spilled on Saturday, then what was the reason for the chemical odor right after Cathy's murder? And just in case you weren't sure what to believe already, one of his daughters says that no fish grease ever spilled ever. And listen, I know this seems like a lot of hoopla over some fish grease, but as silly as it seems, it's one of the most contentious points of this case, mainly because of where the grease supposedly spilled. It seems to be around the same exact spot where Kathy's supposedly cut herself shaving. Which is just like ultra convenient, apparently everything in that house happens in that spot. And it's also pointed out that even his story about spilling it doesn't really make sense because I guess the way that their house was set up, it would have made no sense for him to take this thing across the living room floor to go outside to the trash because apparently there was like a door off the kitchen or something that would have given him a cleaner, clearer path to get rid of this stuff. Around this time, the results from Cathy's autopsy comes back. And it reveals that Cathy was brutally beaten, which caused bruising and a broken nose, but ultimately her cause of death was manual strangulation, just as police had suspected. Also like police had suspected, according to the medical examiner's report, Kathy was not killed in her car. There was no blood on the outside of her clothes, but there was transfer blood on the inside, which suggested that she was killed, cleaned up, and then redressed. There's also grass on her clothing, suggesting that she was actually dragged to the car to stage it as an accident. The autopsy also reveals that Kathy was dead by four 30 a.m., which narrows down their window even further since we know she left the Beaumont at about two 30. So they're working with only a two hour window of missing time. Now, it should be noted here that when detective Moseley inspected her body, he reported that she had no makeup on and no jewelry, if you remember. While Cathy's friends and family are adamant that her nighttime routine was to put her hair up, take her makeup and jewelry off and then go to bed. So for that reason, her friends and family feel strongly that Kathy drove the 15 minutes home to vite her after meeting her boyfriend in Beaumont and then had an altercation after getting ready for bed. And when you think about that scenario, there aren't many people she would have or even could have interacted with at that hour in her own home. Interestingly, the autopsy also revealed that Cathy had sexual intercourse shortly before she died, which isn't too surprising because we know that she met up with her boyfriend, but something about what they found is surprising. According to the orange leader, the semen found was absent of spermatozoa, which is indicative of a person who has had a vasectomy. And wouldn't you know it, detective Moseley confirmed that Steve page had a vasectomy earlier that same year. Now when police confront Steve with this evidence, he has an explanation. He says that just before Kathy went out that night that she died at around ten 30 p.m., they had sex on the living room floor.

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"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

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08:35 min | 4 months ago

"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Now she doesn't think that Steve is necessarily lying because she doesn't think he knew the real truth, which was that Kathy had called her around 9 30 or 10 p.m. on May 13th and asked her not to answer her phone in case Steve called to check up on her. Because she told him that she'd be with Charlotte. But Kathy was actually planning to meet a man that she'd been seeing at a motel in nearby Beaumont. Now, this information about another man is obviously hugely important to detectives, but police's interview with Charlotte reveals something else as well. Charlotte tells police that despite Kathy's request, when her phone rang at around like 2 a.m., she just instinctively picked it up. But whoever was on the other end didn't say anything, they just hung up. So her first thought was that it was probably Steve checking up on Kathy. But she had no way to know for sure. She tells police that what she does know for sure is that Steve called her at 6 a.m., and she knows it was him because he spoke to her asking where Kathy was. Now, at the time when she got this call at 6 a.m., it wasn't super weird. But Charlotte finds it ultra weird now since she knows that by 6 a.m. Steve not only knew where Kathy was, but he also knew that she was dead. Why is he calling her? Now to be clear, as far as I can tell, the timing of this phone call is never corroborated with phone records. And I'm not sure why that is. It seems like a pretty simple thing to me to go back and check to verify exactly what time the call was made. But we only have this he said she said between Charlotte and Steve. And he's saying that the timing is all wrong. He says that he only made that first phone call at around two 30 a.m. and he completely denies a later phone call. Though he does later change his story to include a second phone call, but changes the timing of said phone call multiple times, though Charlotte, on the other hand, repeatedly says she is sure Steve called her between 5 30 a.m. and 6 a.m.. Now all of this is weird, but police now have someone else they need to talk to. They got to get to this guy that Cathy was meeting that night. Police track him down, but the details about this encounter with him just really aren't there like you'd expect. Like I would have expected to know what questions they asked him, how they vetted him slash his alibi. But there's almost nothing. We just know that he's super cooperative and even voluntarily takes a polygraph, which detective Moseley says that he passes with flying colors. And then we know that they clear this guy. Though this man wasn't the killer that they were looking for, talking to him wasn't all for nought. They are able to narrow down their timeline for Kathy's murder because according to court documents, detective Moseley learns that Kathy left the motel in Beaumont at around two 30 a.m.. Between the pages separation, the boyfriend being cleared and Charlotte's account of a phone call after Kathy was found where Steve's asking where Kathy is like he doesn't know, not to mention Steve strange behavior with police, authorities are laser focused in on Steve from the very beginning. Just one day after her murder, Steve visits with Kathy's mom and has a whole lot to say. He tells her off the wall things like that Kathy was using drugs, specifically doing cocaine at night and taking valium during the day. He also kind of offhandedly mentions that he spilled some fish grease on the carpet the day before, and he tells her not to listen to Cathy's friends because they'll say he killed her. And I mean, dude is just all over the place. Stranger still, Steve refused to let police search their home when they requested to. And he tells Dorothy that the reason that he doesn't want the police poking around is because he's afraid they'll find Kathy's blood. Steve tells Dorothy as well as several other family members that Kathy was always shaving her legs in the living room and that there may be droplets of her blood, and he thought that that might incriminate him if police found that. Though no one in the House reports seeing blood. Now, I don't know about any of you out there, but I don't know many people who opt to shave their legs in the middle of the living room. I certainly have never done that in my life. Either way, later that same day, Kathy's sister, sherry Valentine, visits the page home and immediately notices this really strong chemical odor when Steve answers the door. Now Steve tells her about that like spilled fish grease on the carpet in their living room. He says that it happened when he was carrying this pan or dish or whatever from the kitchen out to the trash outside and after it spilled he needed to clean it up. Now, just keep in mind, Steve has now told two people that he spilled fish grease on the carpet Wednesday may 15th. Now fast forward, days later on Saturday the 18th, Dorothy, her mom witnesses Steve burning something in the backyard in which she asks him about it, Steve says that he spilled fish grease that day and then he missed the trash pickup. So he decided to burn the trash in his backyard. Now when asked by officials, Steve always sticks to this Saturday story, and he denies that he ever said anything about spilling it on Wednesday to anyone. But if fish grease was spilled on Saturday, then what was the reason for the chemical odor right after Cathy's murder? And just in case you weren't sure what to believe already, one of his daughters says that no fish grease ever spilled ever. And listen, I know this seems like a lot of hoopla over some fish grease, but as silly as it seems, it's one of the most contentious points of this case, mainly because of where the grease supposedly spilled. It seems to be around the same exact spot where Kathy's supposedly cut herself shaving. Which is just like ultra convenient, apparently everything in that house happens in that spot. And it's also pointed out that even his story about spilling it doesn't really make sense because I guess the way that their house was set up, it would have made no sense for him to take this thing across the living room floor to go outside to the trash because apparently there was like a door off the kitchen or something that would have given him a cleaner, clearer path to get rid of this stuff. Around this time, the results from Cathy's autopsy comes back. And it reveals that Cathy was brutally beaten, which caused bruising and a broken nose, but ultimately her cause of death was manual strangulation, just as police had suspected. Also like police had suspected, according to the medical examiner's report, Kathy was not killed in her car. There was no blood on the outside of her clothes, but there was transfer blood on the inside, which suggested that she was killed, cleaned up, and then redressed. There's also grass on her clothing, suggesting that she was actually dragged to the car to stage it as an accident. The autopsy also reveals that Kathy was dead by four 30 a.m., which narrows down their window even further since we know she left the Beaumont at about two 30. So they're working with only a two hour window of missing time. Now, it should be noted here that when detective Moseley inspected her body, he reported that she had no makeup on and no jewelry, if you remember. While Cathy's friends and family are adamant that her nighttime routine was to put her hair up, take her makeup and jewelry off and then go to bed. So for that reason, her friends and family feel strongly that Kathy drove the 15 minutes home to vite her after meeting her boyfriend in Beaumont and then had an altercation after getting ready for bed. And when you think about that scenario, there aren't many people she would have or even could have interacted with at that hour in her own home. Interestingly, the autopsy also revealed that Cathy had sexual intercourse shortly before she died, which isn't too surprising because we know that she met up with her boyfriend, but something about what they found is surprising. According to the orange leader, the semen found was absent of spermatozoa, which is indicative of a person who has had a vasectomy. And wouldn't you know it, detective Moseley confirmed that Steve page had a vasectomy earlier that same year. Now when police confront Steve with this evidence, he has an explanation. He says that just before Kathy went out that night that she died at around ten 30 p.m., they had sex on the living room floor.

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08:04 min | 4 months ago

"kathy" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Anywhere else for that matter. Detective Moseley also notices clear marks around the woman's neck. And this is a woman who he recognizes as 34 year old Kathy page. And listen, nothing about Kathy's death is saying tragic car accident to him. Sadly, no lifesaving measures could be taken and Kathy is pronounced dead at the scene. But before placing her body in a waiting ambulance, detective Moseley takes a moment to note her appearance. Aside from that, blood in her hair, she's completely clean. She isn't wearing any makeup or jewelry and her clothing appears to be free from blood as well. So it's clear to detective Moseley that not only was Cathy murdered, but he is certain that she was not murdered in her car. Now that he knows he's dealing with a homicide, the question is, who could have wanted her dead? Before police can even dive into an investigation, they walk the 100 yards from the car that Kathy was found in, to the home that she shared with her two daughters to inform her family of her death. According to reporting by Lori Haynes for the orange leader, detective ray Mosley is immediately struck when Steve page, Kathy's husband answers the door wearing only his underwear. Now to be fair, it was around 5 a.m., he was at home, but still, mostly notes it as odd. Even more odd before Moseley can even get out the words that Cathy is dead, Steve says Kathy is not home and asks if this is about her. And then he seems to look in the direction of the car. Now the interaction just gets weirder from here. When police informs Steve that Kathy was killed, he throws himself onto the couch and begins like hysterically crying. Except even though he's making the sounds and the faces of someone who is hysterically crying, there are no visible tears. So detective mostly explains right then and there that Kathy didn't just simply die in a tragic car accident, but that the scene was clearly staged to appear that way. He tells Steve that Kathy appeared to have been strangled to death. And listen, while there is no right way to act while grieving. Steve's behavior is suspicious to the police right off the bat. Like he switches between speaking to authorities in a calm, collected manner, and then like spontaneous fits of crying, you know, still minus the tears, though. And in the pre dawn darkness. And I say darkness because this is the other weird thing Steve won't turn on the lights even after he's asked to, but detective Mosley notices a pile of clothes. Again, in the dark, on the living room floor. Now, doesn't mention at the time, just kind of like makes note of it. All in all, in the time spent with Steve authorities can't help but notice that he never once asked to see Kathy, nor did he try to go to the scene, even though, again, you can literally see the flashing lights from his doorstep. After police leave around 6 a.m. on that same morning, Steve calls Kathy's mother, Dorothy Fulton, and he tells her that something terrible happened to Kathy. Within the hour, Dorothy and Kathy's father James are at the page home. Dorothy notices that Steve, again, is acting kind of strangely. He's like wiping his hands incessantly with a wet washcloth, and according to the Texas Court of Appeals, Dorothy also notices Steve is doing laundry. Laundry, at 6 a.m., not even an hour after being informed that his wife was likely murdered. But, when Steve's asked about this, he says that he's doing the laundry because his daughter wet the bed. Now listen, Joe is still in diapers, I don't know how I would react to this, so I asked one of the women in our office who has a son that's a little bit older. And she said, honestly, this isn't weird to her. Like, if her kid had an accident, she said he would almost be like instinctual to just like strip the bed, throw everything in the wash. Now I can't find any details about whether anyone confirmed what was actually being washed or that the kid actually did have an accident. It's just a lot of people speculating. Now around 8 a.m., Kathy and Steve's two daughters, 12 year old Aaron, and 7 year old Monica wake up and are told the unthinkable has happened to their mother, and she's gone. Family and friends are coming in and out all morning to offer condolences or just to be together during this time. And just as a side note, it's interesting to me that the home was not secured in any way, like they established from about a second into the investigation that she wasn't killed in her car, which means that they, to me, should be looking for another crime scene, seems like maybe her own home would be a good place to start. But again, just a podcaster, what do I know? So these not podcasters let literally dozens of people traipse through the page home and let Steve do laundry and it's all just hunky Dory. Anyway, one of those family members that comes through the page home is Kathy's sister Jan. According to Jan, when she asks Steve what happened to Kathy, he says that she was probably drunk and drove her car in a ditch, which makes no sense because police have already told Steve at this point that Cathy was murdered. It's not stated in the source material exactly what the family makes of Steve's behavior, but I have to imagine that they were just as confused as I am by his statements. But I also tend to think that between their own shock and grief that they may have just kind of written it off at first. What's harder though to write off is the fact that Steve tells police that he is against an autopsy, and sure there are cultural and religious reasons that oppose autopsies, but Steve's not citing any of those. He simply just doesn't want an autopsy to happen. So Kathy's father James Fulton steps in and he's the one that gives the okay against Steve's wishes to have her autopsy. And in the meantime, police get to work on their investigation. To start, they interview Cathy's friends and family to piece together a timeline and to try to understand who may have wanted to harm her. And off the bat, they learn that Stephen Cathy's marriage was rocky to say the least. Just the week before her death, Kathy actually asked for a separation from Steve. And on May 13th, that would have been the day before Cathy died. Steve was supposed to spend his first night sleeping at an apartment that he had rented due to their separation. So obviously now police are wondering what the heck was he doing at the house the morning that they found Cathy murdered? Well, Steve tells police that there's a super innocent explanation for that that Kathy called him and asked him to come over and watch the girls while she went out with a friend named Charlotte. So police want to talk to Charlotte. According to the cold justice episode on this case, titled the case behind the billboards. Charlotte tells police that that's not necessarily a lie. But it's not the truth either. You're listening to crime junkie from audio chuck. Whether you're ready to pop the question or you're celebrating a milestone moment, find unique jewelry with the convenience of online shopping at blue Nile dot com. And listen, we are talking high quality jewelry that you would get from like a really high end store. 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"kathy" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I didn't think i would ever be that type of clicky keyboard person just because so many of the times. The the ones that i had seen were boring you. Oh look these black ones. Yeah blackie caps. So exciting. And then i learned that that was incorrect in there are so many huge key caps and it makes me really really happy. My daughter has been admiring. I have a key krahn keyboard and she keeps admiring it so and she's working really hard on michael. Why don't you just use my keyboard. And she was super happy to do that. So i've been back with an apple keyboard math to admit i kind of like the apple keyboard. Chill it's just easier to type on this low profile. I don't know maybe. I'm reverting out of the keyboard exploration days. What stephen. I've never asked you that. What you use for keyboard. The i use the apple bluetooth magic keyboard a have a have a key krahn on my pc and that's fine but don't like using something with law travel for everyday use to be honest. It's really nice having a number pad back. Because i've so of course i have scripted. A bunch of my keyboard maestro scripts to the number pad keys search and all of a sudden. It's like a second stream deck you know. I've got another set of macro buttons on my in front of me which is kind of nice anyway. kathy would Which i do you carry. I have the twelve pro. Max i just recently got the big boy again mainly because of the camera. And oh goodness am. I am so happy. I cannot believe. I went Because i had the the ten and eleven regular sized your And went back to the max and may oh especially with a pop socket and the mag safe puff socket specifically the size is just so great. It doesn't bother me. Because i have the balance set up. I'm so glad you have a mexican pops. I i've been wanting to talk to somebody that owns one for. Gosh it's the best thing ever. It's so good. I'm afraid that would like fall off. I mean how how because everytime i've used a pop socket i would like lace between my index and middle finger and that's how i would hold the phone. But what are they came off. I mean is it how well it grip on. It holds it so well the only time i have had it come off when i didn't mean it to is when i dropped my phone. Well that would be why you dropped your phone because it came no. I dropped my phone because it was pulling it out of my person. It went flying so i was using the mag safe and hopped off because it hit the ground. Would you just do me a favor. Real quick. I just need to take a minute here and i want you to stand up. I want you to grab it by the and wants to swing your arms around. Okay as hard as you can in a circle like you know like you're on a ship and your Signaling them come get you like this show is no problem there. I'm also like i have it in between my pointer and middle finger. And i'm like Oscillating back and forth between like so it's horizontal and i don't know how to describe it but i'm lane rocking it back and forth like a seesaw album it's still. It's still connected. It's so it's super strong but it's also super easy to pull off so just by holding the phone and then just like rotating my hand up and then it like six-pack on super easy. I am so happy with this. I'm doing a highly highly recommend or they just blocked though. That's the only color nope nope all sorts of colors. Mine is a white with gold marble on it and then the pop socket itself is the Swap -able tops. So you can put whatever type toss movie. I don't know something to receive. No i don't know i should be. Nfl yet for them. I have gone all in with the mag safe lifestyle. I just wrote a review. It's gonna be a time to show publishes about the apple battery the overpriced apple battery. You know which everybody says is a dumb purchase. It's like i. In fact. I wrote in their review. Could you get less bang for more bucket battery and the but the fact is it's so convenient like as you know my big use case at disneyland and i don't want to have a cable stretched out from my bag to my pocket and or like you do while you eat and if you forget then you know and just having you can snap on and sap office super nice so it's overpriced but the apple maggot battery. I use the maximum case. I got the wallet now. I'm gonna own the pocket. I'm gonna have gonna collect them all that stuff stephen. Have you gone down that road. I mean mac safe yes. Pocket no The only pop sock in my life is on a kindle actually but b. I use the leatherback safe case and i bought the battery and It's fine wonderful review. my review is. It's fine that's basically. I think. I had short version was. It's it cost too much but it works good but as convenient great resounding oh boy this episode of the mac power users is brought to you by one password. Good one password. Dot com slash. Mp you in all caps.

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"kathy" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Hello everyone this. Is david sparks. I am joined today by my co host. Mr stephen hackett. How are you today stephen. I'm good david how're you. I am outstanding. I i have to say. I'm just doing pretty well today. Man that's good to hear that the And we get a guest today. Welcome the show cathy campbell. Hey thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Yeah overdue you know. We were both fans of cathy. Campbell and We kinda wanted to get you on. Makarios are so we could get down to the bottom of your workloads. I'm so excited to share my glitter. All right Before we get into the glitter Today when we get to the end of the show for more power users we are going to dive. Deep on all the new rumors around silicone. It seems like we're getting more like we're getting a lot more consistent rumors about the time line about all these new max to come out so we're going to we're going to hit in that you're going to stay around with us caffeine. Help talk about new max. If you'll have me. I don't know how much i'll be able to contribute but i will be here and i will make words with my mouth. There we go. That's all we need. kathy. For folks. don't know you. Can you tell us a little bit about you. Yeah i am cathy campbell. Also known as mrs soup in the chat or on all of the social media's Mrs soup because last name is campbell campbell like the soup. Ha ha so funny. Do you know how long it took me to work it out. Not as long as one of the members of my bridal party who took almost ten years to figure it out but you know always it always makes me so happy when i get a tweet or message of some sort. That's like oh my gosh. I just got it. It makes me so happy. The deal and i love it. What is since we're there. I mean what is your favorite campbell. Soup i mean must have one right. Well here's the thing. I don't actually like a lot of soup. Oh my gosh. I know i know it's blasphemy. I i'll pick Clam chowder as my as my choice. But as family. my uncle Kind of helped us identify which soups we were I am apparently chicken. Noodle my husband is tomato and then our child is split pea. Absolutely see you. I love it when i was pregnant. We called our kid split he before we knew the sex of the baby so that was always fun. That's a very specific buzzfeed quiz super. Mario tweet me at mrs soup. With what soup you identify as well kathy. In addition to to being named after soup but not particularly liking soup understand. Although i have to agree most soup out of a can isn't isn't really soup either way Tell us a little bit about your business and what you do. Yeah i am the unicorn. Sidekicks on kind of a business unicorn that helps businesses and industries all over the place Kind of getting their stuff together Helping support them in ways that they need in helping identify what they need or doing it for them or kind of just being that magical support person to better help them. Allow their business to run. The weight needs to run without letting it run them as a business owner. Yeah and the thank kathy. Does that really makes her such a great guests from power users is. She helps her clients with their technology in one of her assignments quite often as a client will come and tell them a problem. They're having and shall find the appropriate technology solution to help them solve it and as a result. She spends her time studying all these great tools and all of a sudden. She's got this wealth of knowledge. So we're going to tap into that today but also kathy. You are bilingual. I mean you speak. Mac and an ibm pc call ibm pc. All right just old. I'm sold. She's windows. And mac android and iphone and all the various platforms and i with all this experience. You'd be it'd be great to help you Have you tell your story a little bit to our audience. Yeah i will admit it's been. It always takes me a little bit of extra to translate pc. Because i have been away from it. I so long that If i have a client that uses. Pc i'm like okay. It's not the apple. You gotta go to the start button. That's right okay. And then not command. It's control and just all of the little things. So i don't know if i'd call myself bilingual so much as random student who visits the country that they've taken three years of language in and stumbles around pretends that they know what they're talking about. Yeah i get. I i got i think. I got Jerked around by listener at some point because somebody wrote insane You know should they be d- fragging i said on the show you shouldn't and then on the forums. They roasted me. Apparently nobody de france on windows anymore. But i i got an email asking about it. So i answer the question. I guess i need to spend more time on the windows side too but the Either way so. Cathy is kind of got her hands. In a lot and does a lot of kind of like system consulting. I guess is the way i put it in. I bumped into kathy both on behalf of clients and and she's just so knowledgeable. And i thought it'd be really great avenue and so how did you get into apple gear. You're early recent switcher right. Yeah pretty reason i My very first apple device was An ipod nano The very first generation. Because i did it have the money for a big one And so i was super excited when they came with the little one. I use that for walking my dog and all of that. I wish i knew how many pc people came over to apple through the through the ipod. I really wish there was a way to to put a number to this long. So i i was talking to jason snell about this recently and they had a they had a. I think it was the g. Five introduction their press was like from the makers of ipod and holy cow. I mean so. Many of us thought about it the other way around but that nato in particular the mini before but really the nanno was like such a powerful holiday purchase. I mean they were just everywhere overnight and it was really kind of apple at its best in terms of great user interface. Just really good customer experience. I'm sure a lot of people like hey you know this is better because i know at that time you did have to d- frank a windows computer so i do feel like that. I would just be curious and apple. Apple has numbers on that but it. I'm sure it's huge. Yeah it was also a so it. The i pod really was the best music device And so when we were looking my company that i was working at at the time had a discount for. At and t. And so i was like well gonna get an iphone. We jumped in on the iphone. Three g when the three g. s..

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Fox. Welcome back it's here taxes show. This is a show. i'm the host. I'm eric. I'm talking to kathy ireland. Kathy what you're sharing about your mother packing a bible in. Because i know we haven't really dear friend who was a young model and it is a tough life. It's it's awful in so many ways. We think of it as glamorous but it can be not just brutally hard work but it can be abusive and difficult in in so many ways so the fact that your mother packed the bible. Did you know had. She tried to share her faith with you before this i mean. She's sending her her daughter off into the wide world. Had she done that or was this just something that she decided to. Just pack the bible. She shared it It was early in her journey. So it was new to her She was quiet yet. I real eric. I really noticed transformation. And my mom that i loved this disquiet strength and And it was so attractive in I really appreciated that. And i know that drew me to really wanna read this to well. It is. It is amazing. Also the power of the bible. I mean here you are. you're eighteen years old. You know anything about the bible but you open it up and somehow got manages to speak to you for a lot of people. The bible can be really opaque if you don't have somebody explaining things to you but when you're alone somehow you can pick things out because you sort of desperate in a way you're looking for something and there's a lot of something in it But you said i mean i think. A lot of people remain baby christians for a long time like they believed but i think had those periods in my life earlier and it is interesting though that at some point you kind of turn a corner i was it. When you're thirty four. You said you read the bible in other words. What was it or was there anything that suddenly made you think. I need to take this more seriously. I i was forty four. Did it was warne's retreat. I had every excuse in the world not to go in. It was during a quiet time. Nothing monumental a worship time. My heart was convicted. And i just felt but wordpress upon my heart. You say your first priority. But i'm not and my response was large. You know what my life is right now at three young kids. My husband business oliver. I'm so stretched. And what i got from him was put me i. I will give you better time with your kids. I will expand your time. I'll give you more time with them. And he is so fateful and what began as setting the alarm clock. Fifteen minutes early Became just the biggest joy of my life and in something that frightens me. Eric is when i see people and i understand. I was there Taking the bible out of context in excusing every evil behavior from replacement theology which i believe is instrumental in antisemitism racism and bigotry that is global and it's interesting when we think about that the people we centuries of church history where the bible was spiritualized and when people in seventeen and eighteen hundred started reading their bibles which really that's when we had the first abolitionists that's when we had the zionists who fought for israel. I love your book. Bond hoffer really demonstrating how important it is when somebody understands the word of god you cannot take it out on. The enemy wants to twist it and taken out of context in. So that's why it's so important that we're all able to give an account for the hope that is within us. I just love that so you said this was when you were forty four. Yes so that's like eight months ago. I give or take take you look. There's nothing wrong with aging but you really look remarkably similar i. It's just so interesting. Some people doing some people. Don't but you you started so young kathy. It's just astonishing to me as a father of a young woman right. Now the idea that you'd be thrown into that world whoa. How did you get into that in other words. What happened to you. Because i mean you're obviously beautiful. You're tall that's sort of what they're looking for. But you know there are a lot of tall beautiful women who don't get into that world. So how did that happen for you. Know it's it's the look of a moment in constantly changing. So i never felt very secure in that but how it happened. I was a tomboy and There was a local modeling in school. That opened in our town. I sixteen. My parents had saved up their money. But we never really did lessons for you but maybe this will help. So he did they tell you how to walk and match. Your clothes i was a disaster was a beach rat. Money was fried. My nose was peeling one. Big eyebrow ends in the look of the moment was changing. It was changing in a scout. Came to class. Went and asked if i'd like to go to new york in everyone whizzes stunned as i was and they said they would advance me the money. If i didn't like it. I can go home and i figured you know what this is an opportunity to save money for college or to start a business unbelievable and you were how old at the time. By the time. I went off to new york every seventeen and it was an eye opening experience. I i met some incredible people who and still close with today and a lot of predators People back then in the eighties called them playboys neighbor predators and so many lessons learned in. It really had an impact on our business today As well as a bit my dad worked in labor relations in he worked with cesar chavez putting out houses in the farmlands in camerino in oxnard. In so how people are treated as always been at the forefront of my mind in recognizing seeing human trafficking and recognizing that was happening back in hang on. hang on. we're gonna go break. I really wanna hear this so when we come back folks Kathy ireland will continue along these lines air contacts and show. Don't go away..

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Just launched a record label. You're you're doing a lot of many many interesting things a lot of people. Just don't know that side of you. They just think of you as a supermodel. Who's doing other stuff now. But you make it sound like you were always interested in business even while you were modeling in the middle of modeling my goodness i mean my first job. I was four years old. I sold painted rocks through my wagon. Modeling was a detour. It ended up being a great education. Not the plan. That is far some music. I'm we have the privilege of working with great people In our company at e one is the entertainment arm of our company. Amazing young producer. Nick mendoza Working very closely win marilyn. Mccoo billy davis junior produced blackbird the lennon mccartney icons billion maryland. Day are. They're incredible people with day. People don't know i actually. I didn't know that. So i mean i remember them principally as the fifth dimension. Amazing voices amazing talents but they. They're people of christian faith. I didn't really know that that's always good. Solid people if they do so much work beneath the radar had the the privilege of being in mississippi whittam after hurricane katrina. They have their own christian worship band in their always reaching out to others but incredible people and we're working with bmg and they're are they're amazing. tastic people. And we're so proud of them. They're their music. Debuted at number one on itunes for our in v. and also of the data. They're doing great in their music can be found on apple and also the a lot of people get their music digitally but we billion maryland. Art is so icon People purchasing that. It's it's going so well and target walmart. I just love the fact that a lot of people are getting no this other side of

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Talk to my friend. Kathy ireland kathy. Welcome to this program you eric. It is an honor to be with you. You're very kind sister now. I wanna talk to you about everything. But in case people don't know and there are lots of young people who who don't know that not so long ago. You were a supermodel on every magazine. You had an amazing career. How many times. You're on sports illustrated like i don't know like you probably know that number. Can you share that with the group. Oh you're very kind. Eric was in the last century. And i worked with that. Publication for thirteen years was uncovered. Three times career win on a lot longer than i anticipated the entire time. I was trying in stealing it businesses. It took me a long time now. An amazing businesswoman. And thank you for pointing out that in the last century because people are thinking. Wow you know that woman is really lost. Her looks she could never have been a model. It's obvious right kathy. You're you're so pretty that you're you're very shy and humble about it but honestly you an amazing career. As one of the top models in the world that's how you came to prominence. You're a woman of faith and now you have a huge business how to even describe it. You know kathy ireland worldwide kind of says it right there but you're you're into so many things. Let's just talk about that for a minute. Because i'm fascinated with this this you eric so grateful. I work with incredible team are remembers members. We've been together over thirty years. We've got our millennials than our jin z's but as far as how we would describe it we've been compared to mini conglomerate berkshire hathaway on a much much much much smaller valuation. Warren buffett is someone And i frequently will compete in newspaper tossing competitions. We both had paper routes his kids for the opening of the way shareholders meetings in that. We started with a.

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The ones that are actually helping women. If you really care about women you need to get them. Some real choices. That's what pregnancy centers do so. Check out your local pregnancy centers. Tell your churches to support them. Things like that okay. Great here's a light one. Will the new york jets be worth watching this season. Okay and here's a series answer. Have the new york jets ever been worth watching since nineteen sixty nine. I think once you get past the super bowl three. I'm not interested. i'm out okay. Okay i i used to watch the steelers but when they became the nealer. I said i'm well. Actually that's the. I didn't wanna go there but the point is that all these made your sports. They have basically taken a knee. Which is disgraceful. So you know what. I am totally not interested in watching major league baseball or any of that stuff until they repent. And i'm not kidding. I joke with my brother-in-law season. I said that he said look at says. Stop racism in the yen zone. I said yeah but the others. Endzone says stop abortion. That's a joke. Okay how was the new york. Let us worship. Event house with sean. Foyt yes. I think the coolest thing that happened is that i learned how to pronounce foyt. It's f. e. c. h. So in germany would be like foist but he pronounces it foyt. It was fantastic. What can i tell you anything sean. Foy dozens fantastic. I was so impressed. I mean truly amazed at what he does at these events. And i'm going to warn you now. September eleventh of this year. I'm going to be on the mall in. Dc with sean foyt for a lettuce worship of a very special nine eleven tribute twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven if you can believe it so mark your calendar and go to let us worship dot com great in twenty twenty one. That's this gear. What insights have you learned that have been particularly inspiring that you have to live your best life now leslie alone. Let's go to the pass. Okay what is your favorite color softball. It used to be orange went through an orange period picasso into a blue period. I went through an orange period season as it were. But now i don't know i think blue i think when you stare at the beautiful blue sky on a particularly beautiful day it is it almost proves god you think who invented that color. Who chose that color for the sky. That would be god blue very good. Somebody asked the next question here is about the. Why do you only wear blue blazers. Cannot we jumped to that one. Yeah well because their traditional and because they don't draw attention to themselves they're the most humble of all blazers and being a humble man humble guy attention to myself. That's why need the show. The eric metaxas show of course want people to think about me. I want them to think about the show. We're out of time. Lucky you marry music. I folks. How many years of. I've been telling you about.

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"kathy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on AP News

"Kathy Moses, his public information officer for the Mount Tolman Fire Center, due to the weather conditions, and everything we've had this area is just was just waiting for a fire. And and it's just terrible that piece people have lost their homes. Buyers in Oregon and Washington are among some 60 large active wildfires that have destroyed homes and burned through close to a million acres across the West. Former President George W. Bush is criticizing the Western withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, the 43rd president told the German broadcaster. He fears Afghan women and girls will suffer unspeakable harm. Pope Francis is home from the hospital. Francis has arrived after the Vatican after he was discharged from a Rome hospital 10 days after intestinal surgery. The Ford car carrying Francis stopped briefly at the side entrance to Vatican City. Francis emerged from the passenger seat with the aid of a bodyguard to greet security guards standing outside and some well wishes. He then got back in the car and proceeded to enter the Vatican food. The Perugino Gate. I'm Charles. A government estimates says Overdose deaths soared to a record 93,000 last year in the midst of the pandemic. The Japanese city of Hamamatsu, which is hosting a Brazilian Olympic teams. Pre game training says there was a coronavirus outbreak among staff at their hotel. Brazilian athletes and coaches are in sections of the hotel that are isolated from other guests. The Labor Department says inflation at the wholesale level jumped 1% in June, pushing price gains over the past 12 months. Buy a record. 7.3% Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is expected to tell Congress today inflation will likely remain elevated in the coming months before moderating. This is a P news The U. S. Olympic team's uniforms include Navy blazers, stripes and flag scarfs for the team USA flag bearers. Ralph Lauren has designed a special jacket, so we've added Former Olympic fencer Peter Westbrook tried it on When I push this button, I feel the air conditioner or the fans in my back and I can feel actually the weeks so I know was working. Current fencing team member Daryl Homer says. This jacket will come in handy for the long opening ceremony. It makes everyone feel really special. It makes people feel is really well designed. And you have the sustainability peace. I think everyone should feel really great about these. The team USA athletes will also be wearing striped belts made of recycled plastic water bottles. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News The British government plans to end prosecutions for Northern Ireland troubles crimes Officials want to introduce a statute of limitations for alleged crimes committed during decades of violence in Northern Ireland. The move would end prosecutions for killings committed by both British soldiers and members of militant groups. The country's Northern Ireland secretary has told lawmakers the statute would apply equally to all troubles related incidents. More than 3500 people died during three decades of violence known as the troubles, most of them civilians. Charles de la Decima, London. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. Just into US overdose Deaths hit a record last year in the middle of the Covid 19 pandemic, a 29% increase and covid infections are increasing. Now, after going down for months. Here's our Jackie Quinn With Covid cases back on the rise in the United States, there are warnings against older people attending large indoor activities and a new push to get people vaccinated. Dr. David Dowdy at Johns Hopkins University says it's time to talk about. Um, no re implementing some measures to start to curb the spread. Chicago Friday will restrict travelers from Missouri and Arkansas because of spiking covid cases in those two states. Five states with the biggest two week jumping covid cases are Missouri, Arkansas, Nevada. I'm Rita Foley. Get.

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"kathy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Road. Give us one more real quick. When cathy was younger she was driving the hollywood hills when a cop pulled her over when the cop walked away to get his paperwork. Kathy hit the gas and sped off and was never caught. I'm gonna say no also true. Were in the reality. Tv nation tweeted. This is the greatest episode of watch. What happens live. i've seen in years. Kathy is an art kathy. Brad said how about installing a white noise app for your phone instead of lugging that huge fan around every one by download. The app okay. Crystal dominic age wants to know. Did you accept sutton's public instagram apology. And did she apologize to you personally before posting that. Yes she texted me and action. I talked to sutton quite often. Well yeah so yes. She apologized and and of course. I do love it that you brought your person set tonight with this bag. Who could best friend that bag. Your best friend yes. Yes well and youtube or flying back commercial as well. I'm leaving las vegas paris's performing tomorrow night in las vegas at our new hotel..

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"kathy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"To do that. Please welcome the woman who sweeping beverly hills in the nation. Kathy hilton. this is probably the second tiniest place. Tonight's bartender is occupied after kathy's womb over the bars kathy's daughter nikki russia and i'm beyond thrilled to be joined by live audiences again but if the woman in the front row gets to rowdy i might have to say. Goodbye my richardson. The i want to start out with a super shady. Poll tau goto. Wwafl dot tv. Tell us who is your favorite richard sister. Kathy l. i. Cathy who's going to win this one. You think i know okay well. By the way. Cathy i heard you flew commercial to join us tonight. I appreciate that after. You sent the plane. Did i send the way. I mean the plane was there but i thank you for that effort. And thank you for sending me with my husband and my wife crystal actually even took care of the baggage. Lifted the mike. Wow wasn't anybody there. So she was like who's handling us. I'm well guess what kathy hilton. One year poll tonight. I.

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"This is the eric metaxas show and i'm talking to kathy ireland kathy. You're just sharing some stuff. That's really important. You you oversee. What is now really a huge business. A lot of people are involved. And you talk about caring about how people are treated and how your father had worked in labor relations with cesar chavez and that kind of thing and you're saying that when you went to new york sixteen seventeen minutes astonishing to me as a father of a young woman that a beautiful young woman would go off into that world and as you said there were people that were they were straight up predators And they were allowed generally to get away with it. But you were in that world. You saw that so that must affect Just how you raise your kids in how you see life. My anyways it was covered it was glossed over so it wasn't so over but my goodness things that were happening in me to understand into the alert and aware and recently wrote a book with rachel van dyke into the new york times bestselling author novel. Let's go fashioned jungle. It's fiction but based on stories that My roommates and i experienced during that time. And i'm telling you the prayers of my mom really got me through. And she came with the first few days to make sure i was okay in it seemed okay and i survived it but i my eyes were opened and we know that human trafficking it is the fastest growing illegal business honor. Unlike drugs human beings can be sold over and over are infrequently when beings are no longer profitable in the sex slave trade. They're sold into forced labor so when we started with that very first para sox socks one of the first things. We did was surprised factory inspection because people can you can clean up if they know you're coming and our company has the toughest human rights policies that i'm aware of a moist asking people. If you have something better share with us we always need to grow and do better. But when we look at what's going on around the world from the whitacre's in china that the genocides the atrocities we've got open our eyes to this and be alert and aware and not be deceived. I'm glad i'm so glad you mentioned that. I talked about this a lot lately. That it's unconscionable to me that businesses they can do business in america and yet they would work with china and not really seem to care or turn a blind eye towards some of the most monstrous things imaginable forced labor the subjugation of ethnic minorities. And i think don't we have a responsibility. I mean i believe in the free market but the free market doesn't work unless you have a virtuous and moral populace just like democracy in the constitution doesn't work people have to care about virtue and i'm just fascinated that some huge companies i. I'll never mention their names but nike. For example these companies seem not to be putting this at the forefront and you would think that if a company puts that stuff at the forefront people wanna reward them so i just want to thank you for bringing that up because this really is right now a gigantic problem. The idea that there are people in actual slave labor. We as americans who are free should do everything. Possible and leased require companies that we give our money to to have strong human rights policies. Which many don't and as christians we must recognize that the throne of god is made up of every tongue tribe in nation and godless all. He seeks all to come to him and win. There is suffering persecution for anyone. We of all people are the ones who need to stand up and say no. That's not okay well. I'm just glad that you're you're living your faith in your in your business. And that's you know that's something we can all do. We can live out our faith in our lives wherever we are especially when you have influence over company or something like that and so. I'm so glad you brought that up. Because i really do worry that sometimes people they look at the bottom line and they turn a blind eye toward stuff that we can't. I mean if you were being trafficked or you were working in slave labor or you knew someone who did you want more than anything to the people who are benefiting from that to look into that to do something about that. If people wanna find you online or your company where can they look on any of our social media platforms. They can find me on twitter. They can go to a kathy. Ireland dot com love to connect with. People are so people are still kind. I i get the bullies. That's that's okay No no problems there but people are really kind in giving great guidance If something's not for them they let me know. They're really honest about her. Don't get input ideas really appreciate that. Although this so cool. And i'm really excited about marilyn mccoo and billy davis junior doing this album. So what does this album. Because i did read about this show. It's it's blackburn. It's lennon mccartney icons emphasis maryland. I mean recognizing maryland and billy. They were the first african-american helpful to move into their neighborhoods in beverly hills the time when they did and shortly after they moved there. There is eight foot cross burned on their lawn. Beverly hills like in the sixties. Yeah and i mean date. They endured so in our in our lifetime The things that have endured. And so what i find so encouraging about this i think the biggest antidote what we live in such divisive times in the biggest anecdote to hate is love. And that's what marilyn and billy are doing with this music and it's It's beautiful it's meaningful. Their voices are better than ever. I mean just. It's it's incredible. So the this is is this lennon. Mccartney songs that they're they're they're singing the covers what you mean. Yes yes. And it's i mean blackbird beautiful Maryland takes lead in that silly love songs. I'm just all fool. On the hill they're powerful meaningful and there's beautiful attached with the music that people can find. And i'm so proud of so you might not wanna get digital. You might want actually by the thing. What is the thing is cd an album. Whatever is well kathy ireland. It's wonderful to to know you and to sort of share a little bit more about you and your life with my audience. Say hey to your mom and your your family who have been privileged to me. And i hope to see in person sometime soon. Thank you so much bless you. God bless you and thank you again for visiting our community for visiting providence we were at the founders randy amy clark. Last night my husband. And i talking about you grateful for the impact that you continue to have so thank you very much thank you. Hey folks welcome.

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks welcome back here from texas. Show this show. I'm the host. I'm eric i'm talking kathy. Ireland kathy. What you're sharing about your mother packing a bible in. Because i know we haven't really dear friend who was a young model and it is a tough life. It's it's awful in so many ways. We think of it as glamorous but it can be not just brutally hard work but it can be abusive and difficult in in so many ways so the fact that your mother packed the bible. Did you know had. She tried to share her faith with you before this i mean she's center her off into the wide world. Had she done that or was this just something that she decided to. Just pack the bible. She shared it and it was very early in her journey so it was new to her. She was quiet yet. I real eric. I really noticed. A transformation on my mom that i loved this disquiet strength and it was so attractive and i really appreciated that and i know that that drew may to really wanna read this to well. It is It is amazing. Also the power of the bible. I mean here you are. you're eighteen years old. You know anything about the bible but you open it up. And somehow god manages to speak to you. I mean for a lot of people. Bible can be really opaque if you don't have somebody explaining things to you but when you're alone somehow you can pick things out because you sort of desperate in a way you're looking for something and there's a lot of something in it but you said i mean i think. A lot of people remain baby christians for a long time like they believe but I think i had those periods it in my life earlier and it is interesting. Though that at some point you kind of turn corner was it. When you were thirty four you said you read the bible in other words. What was it or was there anything that suddenly made you think. I need to take this more seriously. I i was forty. Four did was a woman's retreat. I had every excuse in the world not to go and it was during a quiet time. Nothing monumental of worship time. My heart was convicted in. I just felt for wordpress upon my heart. You say i'm your first priority. But i'm not and my response was clergy. Know what my life is right now at three young kids my husband business all of it. I'm so stretched. And what i got from him was put me i. I will give you better time with your kids. I will expand your time. I'll give you more time with them. And he is so faithful in what began as setting the alarm clock. Fifteen minutes early Became just the biggest joy of my life and in something that frightens me. Eric is when i see people in because i was there Taking the bible out of context and excusing every evil behavior from replacement theology which i believe is instrumental in anti-semitism Racism and bigotry is global. And it's interesting when we think about that that people we had centuries of church history where the bible was spiritualized and when people in seventeen and eighteen hundred started reading their bibles literally. That's when we had the first abolitionist. That's when we had the designers who fought for israel. And i love your book. Hoffer really demonstrating how important it is. When somebody understands the word of god you cannot take it out on the enemy wants to twist it and taken out of context and so that's why it's so important that we're all able to give an account for the hope that is within us. I just love that so you said this was when you were forty four. Yes so that's like eight months ago. I give her take no you look. There's nothing wrong with aging but you really look remarkably similar. It's just so interesting. Some people doing some people. Don't but you you started so young kathy. It's just astonishing to me as a father of a young woman right. Now the idea that you'd be thrown into that world. How do you get into that in other words. What happened to you. Because i mean you're obviously beautiful. You're tall that's sort of what they're looking for but there are a lot of tall beautiful women. Don't get into that world. So how did that happen for you. It's it's a look of a moment in its constantly changing some. I never felt very secure nap at how it happened. I was a tomboy and there was a local model in school that opened in our town. I was sixteen. My parents had saved up their money. But we never really did lessons for you but maybe this will help and so did. They taught you how to walk and match. I was a disaster. It was a beach rat. Here was bride. My nose was peeling one. Big eyebrow in the look at the moment was changing. It was just changing in a scout came to class. When asked if i'd like to go to new york in. Everyone was stunned as i was and they said they would advance me the money. If i didn't like it i could go home. And i figured you know what this is an opportunity to save money for college or to start a business unbelievable and you were how old at the time. By the time. I went off to new york. Seventeen seventeen and it was. I opening experience i. I met some incredible people who am still close today. And i met a lot of predators people back then in the eighties called them playboys near predators and so many lessons learned in really had an impact on our business today As well as that bit my dad worked in labor relations in He worked with sir. Chevenez is putting out houses in the farmlands in camarillo and oxnard in. So how people are treated as always in the forefront of my mind in recognizing seeing human trafficking and recognizing that was happening back in nothing. Hang on hang on a second. We're going to go to break. I really wanna hear this so when we come back folks Kathy ireland will continue along these lines air taxes. Don't go away be. Hey there gang..

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"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"kathy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Talk to my friend. Kathy ireland kathy. Welcome to this program. Thank you eric. It is an honor to be with you you. You're very kind sister. Now i wanna talk to you about everything. But in case people don't know and there are lots of young people who who don't know that not so long ago. You were a supermodel on every magazine. I mean you had an amazing career. Or how many times do you on sports illustrated. Like i dunno like you probably know that number. Can you share that with the group. You're very kind eric. It was in the last century. And i worked with that. Publication for thirteen years was uncovered three times. That career win on a lot longer than i anticipated the entire time i was trying and failing it businesses. It took me a long time now. You're an amazing businesswoman. Thank you for pointing out. That is in the last century because people are thinking. Wow you know that woman is really lost. Her looks she could never have been a model. It's obvious right kathy. You're you are so pretty that you're you're you're very shy and humble about it but honestly you had an amazing career. As one of the top models in the world that's how you came to prominence. You're a woman of faith. And now you have a huge business how to even describe it. Kathy ireland worldwide. That kind of says it right there. But you're you're into so many things. Let's just talk about that for a minute. Because i'm fascinated with this allow. Thank you eric. I'm so grateful. I work with incredible team are core members. We've been together over thirty years. We've got our millennials in our but as far as how we would describe it We've been compared to a mini conglomerate. Berkshire hathaway on and much much much much. Smaller valuation and warren buffett is someone Frequently will compete newspaper tossing competitions. We had paper routes his kids for the opening of the berkshire hathaway shareholders meetings in that..

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