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Fresh update on "katie" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Gun, which she then fires right, traveled a few blocks before crashing into another car. He died at the scene. Officer Potter has now been placed on administrative leave, and those in the Brooklyn Center community held a vigil last night following the death of Dante Write his mother, Katie spoke of the ceremony. My heart literally broken into They could never get that bad because of what I speak because of that accident. Local lawmakers also weighing in responding to the fatal police shooting, Massachusetts representative said molten calling on lawmakers to pass a George Floyd Justice and Policing Act, which would essentially increase accountability for officers who engage in misconduct. Also, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, tweeting quote. From slave patrols to traffic stops. We can reform this other lawmakers, including Senator at Marquis tweeting that we need justice in the wake of Wright's death elsewhere in Minnesota. The trial continues for former police officer Derrick Show Vin, who is accused of murdering George Floyd last year. Here's more from ABC is Marco Malard, after two weeks of testimony that included accounts from eye witnesses, but also analysis from law enforcement and medical experts. The prosecution is expected to rest its case today. Once it does, the defense will begin calling its witnesses and is expected to further push its theory that George Floyd did not die as a result of Derek Sheldon's actions but by drugs in his system and his own health issues. Mark Ray Malard ABC News, Derek Show, Vin was recorded on video kneeling on George Floyd's neck last year for over nine minutes before George died. Judge Peter Cahill says all evidence should be presented by the end of this week. This report sponsored It's by Wendy's 10 49 right now with in Wendy's, Connecticut You could get Police a bacon and Hartford double stack believe for peace, separate crispy shootings or spicy over the nuggets, weekend fries that killed and a drink a three in the year $5 old boy and biggie a 16 bag. year old That's boy. two fresh We're beef related. Patties, applewood smoked The Hartford bacon police and juicy chief chicken says. Investigators all for just five have found bucks. connections Secure between the bag the shootings, with the most value. which Get happened the big about two bag hours Price apart and participation on Saturday afternoon may vary. in the city's Kevin north Brennan, end. WBC's No word yet on any traffic arrests. on the threes Again. The and investigation now to the.
EVs & Infrastructure - Katie Sloan, Southern California Edison
"Drivers do percents of their charging. That's eight zero percent of their charging at home. There are over twenty two thousand charging stations on over sixty six thousand chargers across the united states and counting with more being installed every day. The new electric vehicles have a healthy amount of battery range. Some as much as three hundred fifty miles as i recall and the cars. Frankly are very very cool. I was at the dc. Auto show recently took a ride with a race car driver in an electric volvo sports car. That was way cool. There are electric and hybrid. Suv sedans sports cars et cetera. So what is holding it up. I'd like you to meet a woman who we hope can answer some of these questions kate. Sloan is the director of mobility at southern california edison. I met katie a few months ago at an electric drive transportation association forum. And i knew i had to have you meet her. Katie has been at southern california edison for about seventeen years if i read that right in her linked in profile and his knee deep electric vehicles. She earned her degrees in economics. Which is an interesting angle to approach this from both at her graduate undergraduate and master's degrees from new mexico state university welcome to green connections radio. Katie and thank you so much for joining us. Thank you john. I'm excited to be here. Oh you're welcome you're welcome so you focus on removing the barriers to electric vehicle adoption which assumes there's a big market for these vehicles but since most of us are not even be owners. What's your pitch to own one. That's a great question to start with. And i would say that. Electric vehicles are funded. Drive that is the number one reason that people should be thinking about purchasing them love to share a little story about my own personal experience and that is that my husband has always driven really large. Suv's and trucks his whole life and when we went car shopping a few years ago and we started looking at electric vehicles. I have to say that he was like probably the majority of folks saying that he was not very excited about purchasing an electric vehicle so much so that when we went to test drive one of the cars he refused to sit in the front seat and actually sat in the back with his arms folded
Fresh update on "katie" discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"Nothing for their vote on this bill because this is the people's money. Republicans and Democrats say gambling on sports and at fraternal veterans clubs will provide hundreds of millions of dollars. Schools and community redevelopment to son representative Pamela Powers, Handley says the human cost is far greater people. They lose their livelihoods. They lose their houses. It was your families because of gambling addiction. Both lawmakers fear that will soar among tribes. Most of them actually support expanded gaming, Peter same or Katie Air News. Arizona's immigration crisis. Governor, Ducey said the National Guard will be part of the solution to help with the surge of migrants. Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs tells Katie are that's a good start. The second thing is, you need to continue to encourage county attorneys to find state crimes for these people. They're gonna cross that. There's a state crime. You should probably get some funding to those counties to prosecute and detain those individuals. At the end of the day. Big says It's all about messaging, and he believes the Biden administration has made it clear it supports open borders. A T a r news time. 7 37 Thank Jamie. Here's detour Dan. Now from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center, the West side for now getting all the brake lights and the Rex. Yeah, it just seems like at least for the moment. It's getting the majority of everything that's coming our way. Here's what I'm referring to erect right now on the West side. I can He spotted Perryville rode off, right? Another wreck on the 10 eastbound in the downtown Just approaching seven straight. It's all off, right? You're also getting Rex it Camelback. It's closed. Eastbound 69 to 67th Avenue. Try Indian School or Bethany Home Road. Bel Roads got erect east of 19th Avenue and a wreck up but 36 Street in cactus, Broken water Main as well. Broadway fifth Street. Try Southern to avoid it. And even the brake lights right now eastbound 10 20 minutes from the one on one into the 51. Don't have any slowing in the East Valley on the 10 or any other freeway there..
Seattle school board members ask city not to clear homeless camps
"At odds with members of the Seattle school Board as we heard from our colleague, Jason Ransom, Katie th Two members trying to stop sweeps of homeless camps set up near to school campuses. They say the sweeps lack compassion. As for the parents, I knew it had gotten bad, but I didn't realize how out of control it was. I just think it's a recipe for the master Parents Tell Carver seven TV. They sent a letter to the board asking them to move forward with clearing the cans. Weather Partly
Fresh "Katie" from Arizona's Morning News
"Stolen from its vans over the past nine months. CEO. The foundation for Senior Living, Tommy Egan tells Katie are it's cost them time and frustration in addition to money $20,000 of unexpected offensive to our nonprofit and trying to get different vehicle theft deterrent that that's alarms or cameras sensing and everything we've done did not appear to deter the feeds. The vans typically transport more than 50 seniors a week. A T A R news time. Seven. Oh, seven. Action me and here's Detour. Dan Live from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center. Thank you, sir. Crash list is growing and the freeways getting a little thicker on the West side, but not necessarily anything to scare you with eastbound one. Oh 1 19 minute ride from 75th Avenue into Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard 18 minutes on the 10 eastbound from the one No. One into the 51 South found seventeen's got a 19 minute commuters. Well, Peoria saw found down to the 10 split and a couple of freeway issues once and earlier crash south. One a one hour free at McDowell Reckon the clearing stages off to the right and it crashed in the downtown East found 10 at seventh Street off right. I've been meaning to mention this delay. It's not a freeway delay, but it's a construction zone that has been causing grief for some time and put it back at it again this morning, North Island Cave Creek bumper to bumper from the one Oh, one north on up Theo Deer Valley Road That's like in every morning thing. I take my chances anywhere else. But there this traffic report brought to you by the good feed store America's arch support experts. Improving the quality of people's lives. Two FT of a time trying for yourself with the free fitting and test walk at one of the four family locations. Scottsdale Glendale Hours Yuki and Gilbert Deter NAND keychain is it's gonna be mostly sunny. Today We could see some wind by the afternoon and look for a high of 89 clear tonight with a low of 65 a pretty similar.
Katie Hill on Matt Gaetz: 'I feel betrayed by him'
"In twenty nineteen then democratic congresswoman katie hill who. We'd have in the program number times resigned from congress after revelations of an inappropriate relationship with someone who worked on her campaign and that relationship have been exposed in a really awful way in nude photos that were leaked to and then published nate british tabloid without katie hills consent. Now he'll sued that tabloid for violating california's revenge porn law. Yesterday she lost that suits. You now plans to appeal. Katie hill also struck up what she called an unlikely friendship with matt gaetz in congress not the time when she resigned gates actually publicly defended her over the league's photos the two kept in touch through twenty twenty despite pizzas relationship with donald trump but their relationship petered out after the trump january. Six insurrection then. Cnn reported the congressman gates had showed nude photos of women he had slept with two lawmakers in a new piece in vanity fair. Katie hill writes. That report is true. Engage in the very practicing defended me from and should resign immediately and katie hill joins me now. It's it's it's great to have you on the program katie. I wonder if you just maybe just sort of talk about your relationship. Friendship with matt gaetz. What you sort of thought of what you make of all this now. I mean look. We became friends because we served on the same committee in. We're about the same age. And he was friendly to me when i was in new lawmaker but when it really mattered when i was feeling particularly abandoned by the people within my own party And when i felt just betrayed in alone in disgusted and Disgusted with myself. It matters a lot that somebody stands up free and i. I don't know how many people have been in a situation that right where you were anybody standing up for. You feels like a big deal but it gets a lot of points and now with all of this coming out. I think people can certainly say that. I have maybe not made the mess choices. When it comes to my relationships with men i had a real relationship with matt gaetz but regardless i feel i feel betrayed by him and i have to wonder about his motivations for defending me in the first place.
Associate of Matt Gaetz expected to plead guilty, lawyers say
"Today was a bad day in the life of florida. Republican congressman matt gates. And it has everything to do with. This guy might recognize him. his name is joel greenberg. We've kind of just met him in the media at least he is the former seminole county tax collector in florida. One of the reasons he no longer holds that position is because he was indicted and later charged with a slew of counts tied to stalking illegally obtaining personal information identity theft wire fraud and sex trafficking of seventeen year old girl and it was that sex trafficking investigation into job greenberg as nbc news in other outset reported that led to the separate justice department investigation of congressman matt gates for possible sex trafficking of seventeen year old. Today in orlando florida. There was a status conference and greenberg's case where his lawyers as well as prosecutors said the greenberg who had previously pleaded. Not guilty is now expected to plead guilty. According to the new york times greenberg is likely to face. Twelve years in prison and legal experts. Said that mr greenberg had any hope of reducing that sentence you would have to cooperate with the justice department. It is not for certain he's going to play and cooperate but it does well. That could be extremely bad. News for one matt gaetz. Here's joe greenberg's lawyer. Today does mccain's have anything to worry about. Does matt gaetz. That is such a What happened court have. And you're asking me to get into the mind of bolt from your mind for my based on what your plant based on. What much package. Because he kept on talking. These question asked not to say I'm sure back. Not bloomberg com
NCAA tournament helps Indianapolis' hospitality industry
"I'm Alex Brown. Despite the hand, the pandemic has dealt Indiana's $5 billion hospitality industry. March Madness served is the perfect recipe for hotel. Was and restaurants to regain at least some of their footing. Katie Harris, owner of Io, Zoe's Garden of Italy and downtown Indianapolis, says operating the restaurant during the pandemic has been more difficult than when it opened in 2009 coming out of the great recession, but the tournament has provided a boost. Marches warmly, a lower time of the year. Our sales revenue about three weeks of the tournament has been going on. We're up about 25, a half percent over 2019 sales. She says. The tournament along with more people getting vaccinated continues to show
Northern Ireland Leaders Call for Calm After Night of Rioting
"The recent violence largely in loyalist Protestant areas displayed amid rising tensions over post brexit trade rules phenomenon and found worsening relations between the parties in the Protestant Catholic powersharing bill false government wouldn't split from the EU has renewed tensions over no on and status and disturb the political balance in the region with some people identify as British I want to stay part of the U. K. while others see themselves as Irish and seek unity with the neighboring Republic of Ireland an E. U. member Katie Haigh wood a politics professor at queen's university Belfast says unionists may feel the normal mom's place is under threat in the union on this week's violence she adds it's really easy to see how it could escalate Charles Taylor this month London
The Rum Rebellion of 1808
"So the rum. Rebellion overthrew william. Bligh governor of new south wales in eighteen. O eight and they might sound familiar to you. It is the same william. Bligh who lost his ship. The hms bounty mutineers and seventeen eighty nine. He had been on a voyage to the south pacific to secure breadfruit plants. Which were supposed to provide a cheap food source for. Britain's enslaved workforce in the caribbean previous hosts katie and. Sarah did an episode on this in two thousand ten and we re released it as our most recent saturday classic. So we're not gonna go back over all of the details today but there are some aspects of it and of bligh's later naval career which are relevant to what happened in new south wales. The biggest was this. Mutiny had tarnished bligh's reputation in some circles people disparagingly called him things like bounty bligh. This wasn't entirely justified though. Mutinies were so common in the late. Eighteenth century that british captains who got back from long voyages without having had one were praised for it and at first buys reputation after the mute was really pretty positive. He had successfully gated thousands of miles of ocean in this little open boat saving the lives of nearly every man who had been loyal to him but then while he was out on his next voyage which was basically a. Do over of the one with to mutiny. Some of the mutineers were caught and faced a court martial the mutineers and their supporters particularly the family of ringleader. Ed christian circulated propaganda that depicted bligh as a tyrant the mutineers martial testimony was similarly damning and bligh was not there to defend himself.
Empowering your Marketing with Hayley & Katy from OH MY DIGITAL
"Tonight on the podcast. Ivan chalian katie digital to share all things marketing and business. Janney all along the way and so as a partnership as well. So i'm really to welcome to the podcast. Thank you so excited to be here. Sorry graceland heavy heat today and option having used. They love what you did. Collective event recently had such positive feedback about you shared. And i just love that you'd be women are all about sharing so much value can give gave it so incredible to say and so generous in your time as well so get lousy juries to share of your johnny high on my digital began and the and did not get us names just to get people in if you have an idea of how you'll saw it absolutely sorry it's all started probably a bit. Maybe four years ago now sahelian actually give us a few might have had distorted before we love to share it but I simply highly was actually managing a digital marketing studio and actually ten minutes in intern on in the really early days. And then we say decay like working fulltime and his team and I'm this was frowned at twenty jane. Twenty sixteen when i came into the future and Really at that time like digital marketing had realistically it had been around for a while but it was still relatively new to a lot of businesses and people still jinro standard and it was still very much kind of wild west parties. Where like you could sell anyone anything. The letter people just really did not understand. It knew it was something that they should you be doing. Select marketing manages. That would be like. Oh my god nature be doing all this digital marketing stuff. That have the skills so that would just like hunting Agency came along and said hey we can all the stuff that would jump at that and We just noticed there was a bit of a debt. Between i guess what people were being sold to people were being convinced that they need and then what they actually
First bus carrying migrant girls from border arrives in Houston
"Unaccompanied female Children arrived in the North Houston facility last night with representative Sylvia Garcia there to greet them. I had a good visit with the pastor. And I assured him that if there was anything that he needed from me, my office or any message that needs to get to the White House that he could count on me. The facility will hold up to 500 occupants. More Children are expected to arrive. Katie our
US hunger crisis persists, especially for children.
"America is starting to claw its way out of the economic fallout from the corona virus pandemic but food insecurity persists especially for children and older adults. Food banks around the us continue giving away far more canned packaged fresh provisions than they did before. The virus outbreak tossed millions of people out of work forcing many to seek something to eat for the first time for those who are now back at work. Many are still struggling paying back. Rent or trying to rebuild savings data from feeding america a national network of food banks in the us shows that its members dispensed far more in the last three months of twenty twenty compared with the same period in two thousand. Nineteen katie fitzgerald. Feeding america's chief operating officer said the networks members are still seeing demand above pre pandemic levels although final numbers for this year's first-quarter anti-eta valuable fitzgerald said she expects the food banks will collectively distribute the equivalent of six billion meals this year about the same amounts. They gave away last year and far above the four point. Two billion meals given out in two thousand and nineteen america's yearlong food insecurity crisis has been felt especially sharply by children who lost easy access to free school meals and all adults who struggled to get groceries or meals that senior centers because they are worried about contracting the virus.
New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana
"New York has become the latest state in the U. S. To legalize the recreational use of marijuana. The new law allows people to freely use cannabis in public spaces and those convicted of marijuana related crimes in the past. We'll have their records expunged. The move is also seen as having huge financial benefits to the state's economy. Business correspondent Katie Silver has more The New York state finds itself really struggling with the economic impacts of the covert 19 pandemic, and many of saying that this new legislation is a looking to improve that. So to give you an idea, Governor Andrew Cuomo's office is predicting that it could raise in the order of about $350 million a year in tax revenue as well as generating about 60,000 jobs. If we compare this to more established industries in the likes of Washington and Colorado, say where they have actually legalized marijuana almost a decade ago. They're they're making about half a billion dollars each year in tax revenues. So Governor Andrew Cuomo was hoping to break off a piece of that slice. Another interesting element to this legislation. Is that this actually going be business licenses. Set aside the black and Hispanic businesses. And that's because the state says that these people have bean historically disadvantaged as a result of the war on drugs. And I'm hopeful that this legislation could correct that New York is the 16th state in the U. S to now legalized marijuana for recreational use, And the interesting part is well on this fact, is that Many. For example, many neighboring states of New York, such as New Jersey and Massachusetts have become destinations for New Yorkers to go and buy their marijuana taking away funds from New York state, and this is something that Andrew Cuomo is hoping to
Katie Couric poses makeup-free for People's 'Beautiful Issue'
"Other way. So Katie Couric posed makeup free for people's beautiful issue. And she said that she felt both liberated and vulnerable during the stripped down shoot, She said, You feel great because you're being true to who you are and how you look. It's a huge dose of reality. She 64 years old. Let me just tell you I went to New York to chat with Katie Couric when she launched her short lived talk show, and, um, I sat in her studio with her. And I'd made friends with another journalist who was there They like brought in a bunch of people from all the affiliates that show was launching on to do interviews with her and then promote him. It was very nice. I was in New York for like 20 hours. And, um, hi. So when I finished the interview The other reporters could see what was being shot. In the studio so they could see me talking with her on this woman that I met who is from like a Cleveland or Cincinnati station or something. She was like, Wait until you see yourself in that
Southern states brace for another round of severe weather
"Say strong storms could roll through parts of the mid South, bringing the possibility of tornadoes and damaging hail Georgia and Alabama still cleaning up from deadly tornadoes this week that killed at least six people. Georgia Governor Brand kept haven't heard a whole lot lot from the the feds feds just yet yet on on this, this, but our our Jima teams on the ground. A lot of that depends on what we see in the days ahead with the dollar amount Lot of other things, but we'll get to all that part of it. But the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, the locals, just about every state agency that can respond is responding now Governor Kemp tweeting that he plans to visit Katie County to serve a storm damage.
Jeopardy Guest Host Dr Oz Draws Criticism
"You guys. I know you guys all heard that they had doctor is on as a guest host for getting getting a little blowback. I don't know if they're trying out new hosts to see who's going to become the permanent replacement. Yeah they're like rotating a lot of different people. So we've got. You know. Aaron rodgers anderson cooper katie couric katie couric sanjay. Gupta kind of random. A random mix of people. I think can jennings guest hosted as well a doctor is. They didn't really realize how how much people were going to be pissed and i'm seeing a blowback by. I'm seeing some kind of like. Not i don't wanna say funny. But some some comments quote this stands in opposition to everything jeopardy stands for fans or calling to boycott the show. There's like you know people collecting signatures. There was a petition. Signed by almost six hundred former contestants from players calling for his removal. They said that you know jeopardy's known for being credibly. Rigorous deserved reputation to then invite doctor is to guest host a slap in the face to all involved right right. That's pretty strong. Pretty strong. i love is true. All of the clues on jeopardy are facts checked if knowledge and oz as we know pushy pseudoscience. And that's not just our opinion his they've been they've been studying what dr oz has been saying and they've come out with reports about how inaccurate and how much crappy has been peddling.
Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine
"Mellon nbc. News exclusive inside a company developing another covid vaccine. It hopes will be a global game changer with more on that katie beck developing vaccines is an uphill race. One that novak. Ceo stanley erc has been running for decades. How close to the finish line do you consider yourself to be at this point But we are close. Maryland-based has been developing. That seems for more than thirty years but has never had one approved and on the market now a possible victory on the horizon as the company mass produces tens of millions of doses of its covid nineteen vaccine confident. It will be authorized for use in the united states. Do believe your product is better than the other ones out there. Are they do all work. And i think everybody should take whatever action that they should offered them promising. Early test results secured novak's a one point six billion dollar contract from operation warp speed to produce one hundred million doses for the us but pre pandemic nova vaccine was sinking suffering setbacks after several failed phase. Three trials we had to to lay off people that it hurts. Everybody's morale when you do that on the verge of collapse in december of two thousand nineteen at times company's stock trading at a dollar. If you've been around it as long as i have you seen a lot of experiments fail but you also see people figure out why and then fiction. The company's recent data from phase three trials of its covid nineteen vaccine show ninety six percent efficacy and against the uk variant eighty. Six percent checks in news was the first crew allowed into this biotech lab in college station. Texas where vaccine production is bustling focus on make as much as to be here at the texas facility. Eighty thousand square feet transform to produce covid vaccine as quickly as possible now. They've added three hundred employees and are making millions of doses inside those bio reactors every month novak's paired with the biotech arm of fuji film to use this space taps by the federal government years ago as an emergency vaccine site in case of a pandemic novak's already fulfilling vaccine with canada and australia and in talks with europe facing critical shortages. Back in maryland nova vaccine is transforming space to fill out this but this year the company grow from one hundred employees to eight hundred. And it's worth fifteen billion dollars. Still there success relies on fda authorization expected to be sought in may the failed experiments that we learned from you know Show if you can learn from them and had the wherewithal you can win erc experience. It's still too early for a victory lap. That will come when novak shots go into arms katie beck. Nbc
NASCAR Atlanta XFinity Series Recap Allgaier Wins
"Nascar xfinity series race recap from atlanta motor speedway over the weekend martin tricks. Junior was racing in this one. In fact he led the most laps on the day at one hundred and three but a pit road penalty handed the lead over to just an all star who held off tricks for twenty six lap. Run to the checkered flag. I didn't know if i can do anything different. You know. i didn't know if there was any options that i needed to change my line. And katie did a great job of just kind of coaching me through. Just just keep it in your marks. You hit the line year running You're gonna be in great shape and that's what what led to the victory lane and you know it's It's really special. We we've not been in victory lane since we lost audi and you know it's it's been an emotional win probably as much as anything but My wife and daughter here. This is the last one they get to travel to obviously can't go to victory lane but Just just probably guys. We'd great pitstops all day. We make good adjustments all day and ultimately came down to the end where we just We put ourselves in the right spot and ultimately workout for us true x. up second harrison burden was third noah gregson and aj almond dinger rounds out the top five. Some pit road fighting broke out between daniel. Hamrick and noah gregson nascar issued no penalties for the altercation. Point standings look like this. Justin haley is fifth. Aj harrison burton daniel hammered is in second forty six points back of austin syndrich. The series is taking a little break as they head to the short track at martinsville. Next april ninth
Orlando Bloom Makes Back-to-Back Shocking Confessions
"Orlando bloom is catching some heat after telling the guardian he and fiancee katy. Perry aren't having enough sex but that's not all everyone is sleeping on his other shocking confession. He was asked about his best. Kiss ever spoiler you guys. He didn't say it was from katie. He said it was from a girl named debbie when he was seventeen. Okay if you were his partner. Are you pissed. Debbie in america's like yes. I was the one that gave him the best kids. You know that
Ohio State's E.J. Liddell shares threats, vulgar insults received after Oral Roberts loss
"Ohio State, A two seed took a first round lost Orel Roberts of 15 seed. Roberts became the 9th 15, seeded to defeat a two seed in the round of 64. The one is the largest N C a a tournament upset since 16 seed you, NBC upset one seed Virginia and 2018 as a 20.5 point underdog. Of course, the outcome of the game was a big deal for both teams. Ohio State forward EJ Ladell led his team with 23 points and became on Lee, the second Ohio State player with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. And an N C a a tournament game. He's also the first ever Big 10 player with those numbers since 2000 and 12. The guy's definitely one of us use most valuable players, but he missed a free throw in the final seconds of the contest. On Friday, Ladell tweeted screenshots of messages that were sent to him after the loss with people threatening his life and saying they wish he was dead. Here's Mel Kiper and Katie George. Don't with it. Everybody deals with it in the public eye and EJ Lovell is a young kid who shouldn't have to deal with it. But that's the reality of social media. Now that's the world these kids live in, and we all live in now. I didn't have to deal with that. When I was growing up, they do. That's just the world as I say you live in and the authorities have to deal with this the best they can, But it is something they should obviously investigating will, But it's just unfortunate that everybody that's in the public ideals with this and that's unfortunate, really unfortunate that kids have to but That's life in the world we live in right now. Unfortunately, it is, you know, social media has become so prevalent and so much a part of our lives into your point knows people in the media. We're often told by higher ups and bosses just Don't look at it. Don't listen to it. Just move on about your day, but to your point when people are saying mean things and threatening you like they did Ladell. It's really hard to just tuck it away and move on. A lot of times. You want to respond, but you also don't want to incite anything further. That's something that's reported Katie which he did report it. Yeah, exactly. And for this situation, I'm actually proud of Ladell for not just standing by for responding and screen shotting and calling these people out for the vile things that they said, and and hopefully they're reprimanded for for doing so because it has no place in sports.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
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"You're listening to back to Biz with Katie and bows, and I'm talking to my friend Lila. Anthony. And we're about to dive into this. Black Lives Matter Movement because Justice Month July twenty twenty lila thirteen year old son. Cayenne is on the cover of Slam magazine with his DAD NBA all. Star Carmelo. Anthony Father. Son silhouetted and black, both wearing hoodies, staring straight into the camera, and it is path were full. Okay, so let's pick back up with Lila right now. I mean I'll tell you like the hot tears that down my face when I saw the cover the Slough lasy cover with him and criminal. I listen. I can't even really talk about it. I WANNA. Ask You the question, but I could barely barely get. Because! Ooh Man with them like seeing them. And in their hoodies. Houlker I. See I can't even. It's like it's like it's too I can't even look at you because it's. Because I was just so struck. A so struck by it, it was so powerful, and it was such a reminder, because I, I obviously have a daughter. And although I have the conversations with her as well because we know, black women are not immune from the disasters that we see here. But seeing him. That's my little nephew. Took a minute. Talking about you know like he has to be on this cover. He has to think about this, you know. His Dad has a talk to him about these things like Oh my God, and then you as your. His mom, you with both of them because I who? Think about the data end the sun leaving the house right now with nobody wants to think about that. No. Feeling fear over that. So how how do you manage that like even as yourself? For both like what did even think when you saw the cover. Did you see the cover before? The House, so I was there while it was being shot and I just wanted to make sure Cayenne recognized. Powerful that wasn't what it really meant. It wasn't just on the cover of slam. Let me go on my friends. I'm on the cover of slamming. I'm representing black lives matter representing kids who have been killed senselessly to gun, violence and police brutality that look just like me that walk just how I walk. Talk just like I talk. I want him to how powerful that was, and that whole entire issue, which is out now just deals. Deals with you know sports stories, involving racism sports stories that have been ignored because they've involved injustices or no police brutality just stories that we needed to hear and mellow was the guest editor that issue, which I was super proud of that, and that's so iconic I mean my hope is that when they come in as his own kids and can look back on that cover and say hey. Look when I was on the cover of. Slam magazine it's it's incredible, but it was for a greater purpose, which is to continue to amplify voices and the message and make sure people aren't forgotten about like said some of the hashtags might be dying down for the protest might be dying down, but there's still so much work to do, and you don't stop just because Hashtag trending right. Right right right right, and that's the thing. Is that because you know? Hashtags don't live forever. But we know that the pain of mothers do the forever mothers who have lost their children. And like you said you've been in contact with Brianna. Taylor's mother and Amata Breeze, mother and working with the leash keys on so many of these communication platforms and using your platform to do it. I mean I. Think most of us right are so struck by these stories we see their faces, and we've seen the press conferences and it's. It's just so terrible. You feel it in your spirit, your feel ill, you know having. About what they've lost. But what is it that you've from from these mothers, these women? That you've had the privilege of being in touch with unfortunately for such as sad and terrible evil moment rhyme well I learned that you know there's nothing in this world that can match a mother's love and you know. That is. Such a powerful thing and I learned what being strong really means I mean we all have problems and issues, and it's like Oh why me, or why am I going to do this? You have to look at what these women are going through that their children to. Police brutality to gun violence to injustice, and how they're still able to hold their head I say I'm GonNa. Do this for my son. I'm going to do this for my daughter. I'm going to get justice for my son. I'm. GonNa get law. Change I'm not gonNA, fight or rest until it happens I. mean it's so powerful and it just makes you feel like. You gotTA. You gotTA. Be Right there with them. We gotTA DO WHATEVER IT takes to get whatever they need. Gun Done, and you just WanNa. Take care of them so I learned what strength really is an learn. What power really is and I learned also how much we can do when we band together and help other whether it's as women whether it's as black people whether it's as a community like our power is so strong and a lot of times. We don't recognize that our power when it comes to our. Dollar our power when it comes to fashion, our power when it comes to anything is so strong, but a lot of times. We've been made to believe that you know just be quiet. Say, too much disdain your lane don't ruffle feathers, and now people know ruffling. We'll call people out over their bullshit. We we're bringing people to table, and it's been amazing to see because it's been a learning experience for everybody like we all need to learn something during this time and continue to educate ourselves and our children. Yes, yes, yes, and you know what I think. That's the that's the most amazing thing.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
"In Atlanta, and became really recognized, people knew my voice, and knew who I was, so MTV called one day. They actually called the receptionist at the radio station. I remember walking into work was at that time now like eighteen years old in Los Angeles and they said Hey, it's the money from MTV call looking for you and it was like a a sticky note would like a number on it now. So I called and they were like. We just want you to come in a lot about you. We just want to meet you. I was like okay, so I came in, and then they saw me and they were like. Oh, you should be on TV. Have you ever thought about that and that was? Yeah, I've been wanting to do it. And then they went. I went through an audition kind of process where it had to interview. People in show them that I could be good on camera, but I already had a lot of the lessons for radio. Because even though you don't see someone's face, a lot of times a radio, the same concept you're interviewing people your. Noble so I brought all of that to my audition, and then they said Hey. Do you want to move back to New York realm from and start hosting one of our? MTV shows absolutely and then I moved to New York and started doing that. And then ultimately, during MTV I was switched over to become one of the premier host, Trl, which at that time was the biggest. Show on television fill is when I go back and think. Like. I'm in awe of it. Because when you're in a job, you just kind of doing your job and trying to be great at it, but it does sometimes takes you step out to look back and go. We were making history down of kids in Times Square every day everything that was going to be at the center of that and also find it funny when people say you know I grew up watching you on. MTV and it's a compliment, but at the same time I'm like guys. When I was on MTV, I was twenty years old like saying. Like. Okay. Meaning I was twenty. Eight. It just kind of funny, but MTV was such a great experience on. I made so many relationships. They are a move so great for me, and then as MTV's started changing over the years and becoming like less about music videos and Tiara was coming to an end I was like okay. Now it's time to make the next transition and what what would that be? It'll be acting producing more hosting, and so I went back to La and really focused on pursuing my career, going to acting classes working with an acting coach, really just taking it super seriously, it was always there, but like really laser focused in on him, going on auditions, and then I started looking like small small stuff in my first big, a people from like really young. Young was in you got served and to play the game, and all these these movies when I was young, but my real kinda big break was when I became part of the think like a man franchise, and I wasn't big like a man wanted to, and after that is where I finally saw like wow I, could really have a career. You know in this thing and. How. Rambling. No you're not rambling. This is history. History is like everybody. Pay attention this history because the truth matter is. You were at the center. Of a lot of things that's started trends that we still see today, right, you know when you think about trl. And everything that was modeled after trl because before. It's your around. Nothing had been done like that before. No, no, you didn't so then you started modeling what that looks like. Are you serious. Yes, I watched you on Tiaro. And the most amazing thing to me is that. Of course people are going to say you know. They grew up watching you, but that is such an incredible accolade to be a somewhat mentor. Mentor, an aspiration to people who are your same age? Yeah, it's a really cool. Yeah, because they're not looking at somebody. WHO's far far ahead of them. They're looking at you and they're like they're putting themselves in your shoes and saying well. She can do it I can do it. An incredible being beggar was incredible, credible journey, and I don't take it lightly and TV was an amazing place I learned so much there, but even at the MTV level like I found some of the same challenges where and I say this to my entrepreneurs and people in business and just people that are trying to get ahead like it was the same kind of thing. Okay, you're on TV now. This is all you're going to do. You're only going to be an empty VJ. MTV nobody hears from you anymore. Nobody knows what happens. After TV which a lot of TV oaths have went onto amazing things, but at that time they would tell you like. Just capitalize maximize because this is going to be short-lived. They'll be they'll. They'll be onto the next one and the entire time I was thinking like. This being put in a box mentality. I don't like this. How can I continue to prove that I'm not going to be the box? So it was always like plotting my next move so that I wouldn't be as now. I'm out the box in so many ways and I just want that to be an inspiration of people who are stuck in jobs where they feel like. It is going to be for the rest of my life. Colossus. Come on preacher because of truth that is the absolute truth, which is that when other people have put you in a box or you're in a situation in which you can't see your your way out, because it looks like that's the only opportunity you have. Maybe you achieved the thing that you dreamt of achieving, but now what's next? What happens put? Can you please just give us a little bit of that? Like what makes you so bold? What was it that made? You feel like you could move to the next thing. One thing about me since I was a child I never wanted to ever depend on anyone I never wanted to be in a situation where I was depending on. Someone's always wanted to find ways to get it myself to be independent and not feel like I had to rely on someone, and as women's begins. Are Women out there so many of us are Philip. Dependent or without another person we can't get out of certain situations where we can't succeed and I'm here to tell you that that's absolutely not true. You have everything you need inside of you and I could tell him as you can do this. You can do this I had to be own cheerleader. Because along the way of any journey, so many people are going to tell you why it's not gonNa work. You know just be happy where you're at. You started from nothing. You have a little something. You should be good. Why even trying to get anything like doing too much? You know you're always going to hear that I had to believe. In myself and push myself, and it all came from a place of not wanting to be the be. Dependent, on anyone, wanting to be independent, and be able to provide yourself and my family, and that that just kind of pushed me, and I always said you know whenever something to me starts feeling like a job then I. Know it's time to go whenever it's not feeling like a job and you're regretting going I mean we all have bad days when you're regretting going there every day or you just in this like hamster wheel of like the same thing every single day, and when that starts wearing. Wearing on your spirit, that's when I'm like you know what it's time to go and I know you also are person who doesn't get put in a box, and that's something I. Am I about you like once you make a move. We think we've got you figured out. You make it another like you do what you need to do, but it's all moves to just continue you know finding your passion and your your purpose, and it's like okay. Check that box off I did what I had to. Now I'm going to this next thing. I have very similar personality in that sense. Do you feel like you still have to prove yourself? Do you feel like you still have to do that? One hundred percent more than people what people would ever know especially I find the most in my acting..
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"Boz This week we have a bit of departure. You know when you and I decided we wanted to do this podcast together. We were really talking about getting back to business or how businesses would change in light of the pandemic, but of course everything is changed because of this huge cultural moment where witnessing with black lives matter aspect. Right Katie. I mean right now. We're finding that there are so many narratives. Being told not just about the pandemic, but. But you're right about black lives, matter in about so many things that are concerning us in our society, and so really interesting to talk to someone who is at the center of creating narratives and stories that we're all paying attention to absolutely and judd appetite. How is just that a writer producer director? He's got a new movie out called the King of Staten Island starring Pete Davidson. It's really semi autobiographical, because it's about Pete's own challenges and journey of. His father, his mom is played by Marisa, Tomei, and his little sister is actually played by judge daughter Maud right except even the little sisters leaving the nest, she started off to college, and she's leaving her twenty something year old brother behind GonNa. Be Okay without me here. You don't think I could survive here without you. Don't be deck. Okay, like be nice tomorrow. Okay, don't give her a hard time. She deserves break. I always give her a break wins. What am I gonNa get my break like. What are you talking about? All anyone ever? Does this worry about? You was ignored my entire childhood because a you forgot that my childhood was so dandy. Okay, you get are crazy. Because Dad died. Okay, at least you got to know your love. You didn't get to know him. Because that's why you're almost normal. If you guys know me, what known that he was like the fucking coolest guy ever, and that will ruin the rest of your life. But. What are you? GonNa do are you going to get a job or you're gonNA leave the house I don't know. I'm GONNA open that Tattoo restaurant I. Don't know if that Tattoo restaurant is the real winner. We know about business, and that's not it. I don't think so either. Right but there really is so much to unpack in this movie I mean it's also dealing with trauma and mental health in a way. That feels really direct. Refreshing. I was really impressed with this movie bows, but of course it was done a while ago. We'll be talking to John about the future, not only of movie making but movie going, but we wanted to check in with the president how he's doing months into this pandemic hold up at home, one man among many women, his lovely wife, Leslie Man, and his nearly grown daughters, Iris and Maude that might have been one of my favorite parts about the whole conversation.
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"More where regular guests like rap, legend Busey media, tight-knit Cannon Comedy Legend d.l Hughley an NBA champion John South. For, the only ones brave enough to ask questions that everyone else is too scared to ask. And when we interview someone, it becomes their biggest interview, so listen to the Vlad TV podcast on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. Welcome back to back to busy with Canaan bows. We're talking with face Abrams. Inspiring activists, politician and author. Let's get back to our conversation. We're talking about. Voter suppression and the elections in all this and covert and all kinds of things, but it's also. With the additional stories. That continue I mean thirty years ago. The Rodney King Verdict. least you know more unrest right I. Mean you're you're an activist of course and you protested then. How are you viewing this moment of our unrest? I I don't call it. deja Vu, but it is. The repeat of history that we've always been warned about. You. We know that history will repeat itself. The question is what do we do when it comes again and what happened in nineteen, ninety-two is eerily similar to what's happening today. You had a man who faced recorded ed reported episode, a police brutality, and what set off the demonstrations was the exoneration of that officer, the refusal to take action in a way that was meaningful. In fact, it was the tacit acceptance that this black man deserved to. To be beaten because of something they couldn't have possibly known at that moment when they used their force to harm him, it was the dehumanisation of blackness that we saw play out there, and it's what we see today, but here's the difference in nineteen, Ninety two. When it happened, we heard lots of chiding lots of dismissal of the concerns, your few promises, but in an election year for president. You did not hear the president the nominee. Prepare himself and declared that he was going to do something about it didn't happen, and I have a great of respect for President Clinton and what he was able to do, but that was a failure, and that was a missed opportunity that cemented for another generation, the legitimacy of that behavior. What we see in this moment is a more instant response of actual solution building of actual attempts to address the challenge, and what is even more important is the persistence of those protesters. We protested for a few days and I was proud of those protests. I was proud of the work I did through student organizations I was part of. I tried to tackle the issue. Gang violence of youth poverty I did a lot of my work. But I was one person who was at the very bottom of any totem pole power in fact I was like the sand underneath it got kicked around. But what we see today is that the protesters are actually driving change. When Donald Trump came out yesterday with his. Very mealy. Police reform, which basically was, he's going to create an excel spreadsheet to try to solve the problem. Even that is it's a an analysis. That says I recognize that this is an issue and that I'm going to be held accountable, but what's even more important to me? IS THAT JOE? Biden has met this moment almost every single day by trying to offer both listening and solutions. That we have people at every level of government who are engaged and reacting and that's what's so important, because we can't disconnect this moment from voting voting is medicine. We take to cure the disease of systemic racism of systemic injustice of police brutality because we're GONNA be electing local officials mayors who are going to be hiring these police chiefs. We're going to be electing the state legislators. Who can finally start to? To mitigate some of these things like the citizens arrest law that allowed a MoD rb to be murdered and we're going to be electing senators and Congressmen and women who can make the decision that qualified immunity is wrong, and for for the first time. Take it back and say that you have to be held accountable that you cannot murder citizens under the color of saying that you were just doing your job. Those are things that can happen in this moment that we never had conversation about before, and it all has to do with voting and the sustained crescendo of these protests. Stacy hit. It's been so powerful, and you're right are trying to figure out real solutions, but Joe Biden himself for example said he was against defunding police. which I think needs a rebranding to be honest with you. Because funding I, think is quite misleading I think it really means to my understanding. Correct me, I'm wrong. Please is reallocating resources and reexamining these huge budgets that go into police departments. The country where do you stand on defunding police abolishing police performing police? So de-fund police is a phrase that is being used by activists as their rallying cry at a someone who wasn't activist I do not feel it is my place to critique the language that they use to describe the urgency, the exigency and the English that they feel as someone who's in policy-making. It's my responsibility to understand the substance of that vision, and I describe it for myself as reformation and transformation, we have to reform the behaviors and practices that oversees the distribution of public safety in our society. That doesn't permit. Ray Brooks to be murdered because he stole a Taser. That is what we need to see. We need no knock warrants to be outlawed. That Brianna Taylor does not that she becomes the last black woman to die in her bed because they didn't have to announce that they had made a mistake. So there's that first piece. There's the reformation of practices and policies, and then cheer point. It is the transformation of how we fund society. How much money we put into what we call policing. Policing versus what we should call public safety, because part of public safety is making the safe making public safe to be who they are, and to give them opportunity to thrive in that means investing in education and health care and community diversion programs in community building programs. It's also about making sure people can bank these. If you're in a black community, you're the least likely to have access to banking. It's making certain that the reallocation. Reallocation of resources speak to our values,.
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"These kids were loving it. There's little kids in name course like I was like. This is an awful dance. But it's not it's not it's a great dance and moved to the Macarena and it was like it was just a lovely night and I was like. Oh okay you can be like this. You know what I mean. There was There was a real sense of community that was had been lost. And I'd forgotten about and I thought that was. I hope I hope you have video of yourself doing the Macarena. I I was socially distancing I am I cannot do the electric slide to this day. I can't no no no. I can't. I think I want some trying to teach you to do the body role so we may I? Well they're going to be successful in electric. No I will do so badly you'll be like I cannot believe someone dances quite so badly. It's really depressing and I have to learn to dance because I'm getting married again. Think about hope over experience and and it's a triumph of hope over and my My girlfriend is an amazing She does tango and she's like if you don't asset are friggin wedding. I'd get a divorce you right afterwards and I was like how I learned to dance so I'm GonNa get on Youtube and learn how to dance are I said we can. We can do zoom and Bozen. I know she's pretty good to see you down. Katie couric you low like. I saw a picture of you. I was like girl happen there. Jesus I like it hot. Oh we drop it like. It's what it is. Not Katie. What she say it was hot to start with remains. It will always be thank you for doing this for those was the x whose necks having up what is what. Are you trying to find out? Bright me we're just talking to smart forward-looking people who were you know thoughtful and interesting and fun to talk. Do but I would tell you but then I'd have to kill you care. I don't care that's a good discussion to have because we can. We can change.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
"Hi Everyone Katie couric and I'm Bosma Saint John and this is back to Biz with Kadian does so this is it. It's our first episode of back to Biz. We've been talking about it for some time now and it's really happening. I'm Super Jazz to get this party started. I know me too and it feels like it's the perfect time to do it. I'm so looking forward to all the conversations that we're going to have here. We've got ten episodes to interview leaders in Business. Tech public policy as well as entrepreneurs pop culture trailblazers and just all around huge big thinkers. Well and we could really use some big thinkers at this moment in our nation's history bows and we're GONNA be talking to them about how they're responding to these. Big Societal shifts pandemic has brought about about how they're adjusting to this new way of life off and not just through adaptation innovation to in many ways. Both I think this has been a terrible thing. But it's also a time for reassessing calibrating and in some cases I think rethinking everything that's right that's right and our. I guess I think really sets the tone for the series as someone who's forward thinking and innovative and just all around so cool. She's so in demand you know. I mean she's a tech journalist. Cara Swisher era. No Right. I'm here. They're young here. I'm here you're hold on. Oh Are you cranky. Tired of days let me get my.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah. That's me not this season. We're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in promising basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Take it. I've tried like every little little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with. CD's and and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck were to you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the discovered pornography he was was probably around ten ish can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to big names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner. I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child's life life will get unexpected insight from people. You think you know like singer Songwriter Andy Grammer. Everybody's got their phone face the cameras voicing back at them all day long. They're like very self right now and the more that you can go outward and do something for other people be of service to somebody else. That will undeniably make you happier every time. I've got a ton of questions like how are white supremacists being radicalized online when and how vaping become an epidemic why are so many many people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast. I look forward to figuring this all out together.
"katie" Discussed on TBD with Katie Nolan
"With was that me but it wasn't on purpose luckily it's not my name in the title man like this show that does benazir things but yeah no you're right i don't wanna walk out of this now i really want to use but it's like i often see everything sounds cool you know he's going to be funny and it's gonna be cool but it's also going to be like kinda fantasy football which it really isn't but it is i think sports sports is the answer and you could pick how you wanna punctuated i agree forces using the punctuation up to you at a later date let's have another at just for punch and so tire episode alone i don't know if i can handle it okay folks so it is decided the name of the new podcast is sports with katie nolan are lucky and i know that were earlier so that were cleared don't ask me is a segment will be doing so don't take it to learn licking all the cookies nolan ask be unlike in that me it is 2017 the year when we okay forget it okay so that is it for episode zero of the podcast we went over by an hour and unfortunately we do not have time to get to the recipe section we were going to make it delicious chicken broccoli and brock choi uh and so we will not begin that maybe we will get it next episode thanks for listening be sure to subscribe to the podcast the first episode the real one with a real guest drops uh january tenth again it will be called sports with katie nolan thank you cook.
"katie" Discussed on TBD with Katie Nolan
"At the beginning we could be like the pocket welcome to sports with katie nolan aum katie nolan the air wasn't a sports with katie known the podcasts where we talk about sports pop culture and cooking blah blah blah blah blah and then at the end of the show apologies to cooking we didn't get we and get to you all right so we're gonna put the real don't how love you reached out to all these intelligent people like you this list of like people i really respect that smoothies needs objects adam is in the final now i don't with that means don't at me is going through yeah oh but i do but i like your point about it being a snow distract yet rows move okay ladies and gentlemen we have arrived at the finals the final masaari that's how the cool we've arrived at the final we've got from decks them on twitter don't ask me up against sports question mark with katie nolan you know how you can come freaked out the whole time i'm starting to get freaked yeah i literally the last round was having heart palpitations i didn't yeah decides to stop down i don't know what's this fuel serious yeah i'm nervous to yet i'm not this isn't like a thing them like trying to pretend to do it before we name the winner this in the interest of making sure we don't leave anything on the table i do have an an and i t that i compiled from all of the honorable mentions that didn't quite make it into the bracket and i think i'll share those now before we choose mirror if i just to give it the second to marinade and also in case anyone's like i am willing to put everything on the line for that which i don't think it's going to happen but also give it allows me to delay this decision.
"katie" Discussed on TBD with Katie Nolan
"And i dunno i love this is one i realize my mom i do not know what a podcast is so it's totally affair for to be like internet thing wicket pedia media web m katie would i don't too so then she said we should do a garbage time spinoff joke trash talk with katie nolan shows like that is that's a good mom answer then she was with her friend reggie and reggie may have gotten the gold who reggie said stop plan who with katie nolan which i like also don't know if it feels as authentic to me as it should to which my mom said uh what's a good white persons ugh stop play it is not cultural look i feel like it have him at the g on it stop playing on you don't want it reaching you have it stop playing looks like oh just chilling in my crib later on not a changes the whole thing she also throughout their please i said that strong cami we should get off the phone go have some water trinkl water if some snacks ju have some snacks fill the bird feeder katyal aji is probably the one your mom like the most but stop henley lydia is like in her head it was like a kind of dishes i named you yeltsin sidelined i'd i'd navy you are as well you can navio and biogas i started over driver name is my mom's because if shell in my mom came up with that name cell.
"katie" Discussed on TBD with Katie Nolan
"Let cut after you heard sports and cooking suffer does not for its rained down right here in this paper i thought of it before i got to time stance on your paper reigning did this i did not i didn't come on i mean look i have i mean i'm a terrible person with no morals developers with no morals but i wouldn't just be like oh that's a good one let me just like flip it a little bit i would do that you're right but i didn't miss case say you just totally admitted that you did that is now set a did not do that so what are you submitting the bis report in which you want me to get subscribers because they think it's not hosted by or let haiti cook an idea use stole from my three friends at crooked media likhodey cook k and like you guys really friends reduce like at each other once no we uh excuse me i've been on the podcast love it or leave it i was on the first episode oh yeah inaugural are i heard the first episode is really this where you use your like see list guests another episode zero exile that's my bed my bed my vet mother mother mother of l let katie couric is your official it's not bad it starts now how bad like i think the little i think if we had the crooked people in on this they be like oh that's a better version of what we submitted and we all would have just agreed to do let katie cook and then we would have been able to use their spot on something else you're doing everything on is you're gonna make it easier insisted absorb just put your blocks choi all over my entire bracket and now it's just a mess i'm sure does my miles actual ours digestion that i did think of before radio one right okay so we've got did you even play for meena kinds of against let katie cook from jacoby what if there's somebody who's named katie cook than that gets super confusing katie couric hurt my letter committee her current letter couric will hurt or you could earn at the end of the subsoil effort of dogma bouts boards we could also all teach you how to make katie couric at the end of this in a not paid off as my do we can that out.
"katie" Discussed on TBD with Katie Nolan
"Amok coordinating producer to yet i believe is the title but i think in reality it's a guy who also works on podcast aside from david into kobe checked with jones go as revenge hodge has scale and you you just read aimed at the joe like katie annual ones and be a short while that was kind of amazing so yeah the podcast is named to be determined right now and we're going to determine that because it's hard to name things and so i figured we would make content out of it instead because the last thing i named garbage time rip was it took me a while to find that name and what i found it was this eureka moment of there it is it's amazing and you know that becomes the property of whoever you were working four when you came up with it unfortunately legally so we can't have it as you know of said to you the first time rituals to i love the title garbage time there's so much to love about it it was selfdeprecating it was sports see time in it and that everything you want to title we can't use it so i tried to make garbage time the name of this podcast didn't ask what do you mean you told me that you worked for him ciro when you thought of it embassy row is headed by men in blazer michael davies so i texted michael davies told him that if he had that intellectual property that perhaps we could work out some sort of a deal initially offered that we would cook dinner for him i'll in exchange and then i up that too we would allow him to use the title cold pizza moving forward i didn't really clear that within the is pin lawyers burns i thought i remember the trade for a trade that we could give them cold pizza and they'll give back garbage time and that he pointed me to the fact that garbage time is not owned by him but his owned by fox sports and i considered emailing some executives at fox sports than i was acquitted what's what what am i doing here.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
"And people please stay in touch email uscomments at couric podcastcom leave a voicemail at ninety nine two to four four six three seven tell us the episode you've enjoy tell us he'd like to hear from we're always looking for a great gas john i thought danny meyer would be a really fun gas anyway john is sitting on the floor of my closet right now i'm on twitter instagram and facebook under katie couric and i'm katiecouric on snapchat because i'm so like the kids thanks so much for listening will talk to you next time tis best charity gift cards are a better gift for a better world away to show you care by giving the joy of sharing it works like this you buy the gift card they spend the cardtheir choice of over a million and a half us charities and together you help make the world a better place learn more at the best giftorg hey i'm hillary franco host of the longest shortest time podcast our show is all about kids of family and parenthood but it is not four kids it's actually for grownups and right now parents we are looking for your weird parenting wins so a weird parenting win is any trick that you've used to manipulate your child that you would never hear from an expert you guys have got these things right like here's one from my friend john munro when are we will hear the ice cream truck driving romany roads playing it's all song we told our kids that's the berenson truck.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
"The book is called one nation after trump and for those of you who are uh depressed despondent disillusioned i think you're gonna like the book for those to be your big trump supporters may maybe maybe keep remitted y'all steal ashley isn't that part of the problem people that israe norm spoke at their trump's of arad he should renard wa not only that but i think part of this silent wayne of american discourse is also at the foundation of why we are so divided and die cash i don't know how you solve that except for people who are really willing to to listen to the other side and to acknowledge summit their issues and concerns are just a reflection of us on some level so at the and we've got uh this a problem with the voters as well as the ah as well as the politics as bounced the media indeed and now at nahrin thanks so much and fascinating now yeelen please semi an autographed copy of your buck thank you so much to our team behind the scenes tidjana palmer is our producer nor richie is our production assistant jared o'connell engineers and mixes the show allison resnick is our social media mastermind an emily beyond hold things down over at katie couric media mark phillips rote power theme music and remember if you wanna keep up with us on social media you can find me under katie couric on twitter an instagram and facebook on snapchat i'm under katie couric and goldsmith d is on twitter at fat is brian sando yeah mike two followers short of two thousand followers railing he asked though i listen get you over the two thousand meierheim at owlry powers do you have katie i have one point seven million prion time now fragonard any gonna come i often according to make you feel better i think a lot of them are dead or arfat's self who now that a lot of russian power here don't be a stranger drop as an email iq comments at current podcast dot com we laugh reading and replying to douse.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
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