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"katie dot" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"It's honestly quite passive. So yeah, I think that would be my trading secret. It's a pretty, it's a pretty cheap way to gain a lot of knowledge. I love it. And I think there's a lot of simplicity to it, but there's so much, I think, efficiency with it, right? When you think about like you said, the ability of multitasking. You're already in the car driving. Utilize it, right? You're already on the treadmill running. What else are you gonna do? Utilizing. You might even run longer, 'cause you're actually right. I mean, it's so much better than sitting there staring down at it, just like scrolling TikTok. Like, that has a time and place. That's fine, but I definitely think we underestimate the amount of time that we spend on our phones. So you might as well be improving yourself or enriching your brain while you're using it. So, yeah. And the idea of when you are scrolling, right? I mean, it takes every single sense. It takes your touch, your site, your hearing, you're listening. So you could be doing so many other things while still consuming that information that can make a huge impact on your life. And it did for you. So Katie, congratulations. Thank you so much for coming on. Great to have you. People want moria and they're like, I need more of that advice. I didn't get enough. I need to listen to her podcast. Where can they find everything you got going on? Yeah, absolutely. So we're pretty much money with Katie on every platform. So money with Katie dot com, money with Katie on Instagram and Twitter, and then the money with Katie's show on pretty much wherever you get your podcasts, you'll find us. Beautiful. Money with Katie across the board and sooner than later, I'll be a guest on your show. I'm looking forward to that. Absolutely. Katie, thank you so much for joining me today and trading secrets. Thanks, Jason I really appreciate it. The tips and tricks from money with Katie were unbelievable. Stay tuned to the recap, we will dive into all those, but for now. For the first time ever, we are going to go to one of the treating secrets
"katie dot" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast
"Through my email, Katie dot in dot Horton at Gmail or KD dot N dot Horton at mail that Missouri dot EDU. I have a Twitter I don't really use. I haven't logged in and ages probably not the best way, but you're not missing much. Just a lot of younger. That's not here. Yeah. I love hearing from people. Should be an email. Excellent. I can save everyone the trouble and put up links, but Katie, thank you so much. I mean, you are a great storyteller. You've got really awesome ideas and the passion to back it all up. But thanks for taking the time to tell us all about this. And good luck, not that you're gonna need much of it. I think you got a lot on your side, but keep kicking butt and yeah, go plants. Thank you so much. Of course. We'll hang in there and stay healthy, but happy botanizing. You too. Cheers. All right, that is it for this week. Wasn't that conversation incredible, Katie is such an inspiring researcher and I just can't wait to watch where her career in research takes her. I just know it's going to be awesome. I thank her for taking time out of her busy schedule to talk with us. And of course, you can find all of the relevant links for everything we talked about in the show notes for this episode, as well as every episode I do just head on over to in defense of plants dot com slash podcast. If you want to ensure that this show can continue, please consider supporting it over at Patreon. All of my patrons make this show possible each and every week. It doesn't take much and you'll get some kickbacks in the process. But please consider supporting the show with a monthly financial contribution. Speaking of that, I have a shout out to the latest producer on this podcast, a big thank you goes out to miss Holly. Miss Holly went over and signed up at the producer credit level. So they are supporting this podcast to the maximum and I can't thank them enough. You can also pick up a copy of my book, merch and stickers, and of course all of those links are also in the show notes over at.
"katie dot" Discussed on UN News
"And to tens of thousands of displaced people including those who had fled the coastal town of palmer. It was only very recently that unicef and partners managed to deliver hygiene kits water purification tablets of food and shelter for the displaced population in palmer with helpful the mozambican authorities his agency spokesperson engineer. James elda on verified video material secured by armed forces in an abandoned training. Camp apparently shows abducted children some as young as five handling weapons and being indoctrinated to fight. This unfortunately is leaving very little doubt that children are being forcibly recruited by this non state armed group. Katie dot un news thanks katie. And now to this week's interview with paulo pinheiro head of the commission of inquiry on syria. After more than ten years of war. Many parts of this beautiful mediterranean country are a shell. it's people have been wrecked. Psychologically physically and economically the task of reporting on the rights violations. That have happened in which continue to happen in. The country is the job of the commission of inquiry. The three commissioners who lead investigations have just reported back to the human rights council in geneva. One of their main findings is that today or they president. Bashar al assad controls about seventy percent of the territory and forty percent of the prewar population. There seems to be no moves to unite the country or to seek meaningful reconciliation. With more on this. Let's hear from commission chair paolo. Pineyro who i spoke to in geneva bison the main message off this report that despite the bombardments and the airstrike that were happening during all those years on the territory of cedar have diminish. This doesn't mean that. The war against civilians in terms of human rights relations the money -tarian crimes the betrayed the tension. They continue then respected that when the government would control to tell of the territory. The gloveman will be interesting in establishing peace among its population but there is not the case and i think this is the central message of the report. Seedier is not yet dignified place for the return of the millions of refugees. It's your suggestion that there is discontent. Even among the most little communities in the countries and those have led to protests. How has the government been trying to deal with these protests which caused really by economic deterioration in the country very important to say that they are other actors contributing for this war against the people that are the terrorists organizations and non state armed groups that do indiscriminate bombardment for instance tax and bombs in three areas. That violence is concentrate in the last three reports. We decided to devote a lot of patient to the real situation of the people leaving inside cedar and even if we have not access to the territory where able to become aware of several protests precisely against difficulties in the everyday life in terms of the economy in the very situation the situation of water electricity everything aggravated by the destruction. The main cities in the country is very difficult to survive in cedar in this sort of post-conflict situation. And you've spoken about sieges being used once again as a tactic of war. Which of course is a war crime. Where have these sieges been taking place and why we have seen sieges..
"katie dot" Discussed on UN News
"The principal targets have been members of the opposition the national congress for liberty former members of the tutsi dominated burundian armed forces returnees and some of their family members his commissioner francois's hamson speaking to journalists in geneva in all previous reports. We found that there was an organized campaign for the pope's of international criminal law against those elements of the civilian population. That was seen as or thought to be hostile to the government in power some of the violations that this year's reports detail seem to be a continuation of that policy commission noted that although the level of political violence in the great lakes nation decreased immediately after the twenty twenty elections which followed the death of former president pierre new currencies of the human rights situation remains dire. Katie dartford un news thanks to katie dot for the news and now to yemen where the war between government forces in the south and hit event position in the north is entering its seventh year. The human rights council in geneva the forums forty seven member states have been hearing about what this means in practice for ordinary yemenis. To tell us about this in more detail i spoke to dr audiences. He's one of three rites. Experts tasked by the council to deliver regular updates on the conflict. Here he is. Now the bottom line is that the group of experts believes that yemen and people are being forgotten by the international community. We've entitled this year's report and nation abandoned the call to humanity to end the suffering. The parties to the conflict have been unable or on willing to arrive at an inclusive sustainable peace and what that means is that the international community needs to step in and garner up and political will to to press the parties to do so without the We were afraid that this war is going to continue to ravage the people of yemen in ways that that may even be worse than than we've seen up until now let's remind ourselves what's been going on in the country years of strikes and shelling and on that point you say that the coalition saudi led coalition is continuing to take a heavy toll on the civilian population failing to abide by the principles of distinction proportionality and precautions in attack to prevent civilians and civilian objects. So how are you going to push for. Change this time this next year. Yes you're absolutely correct. In your assessment there we have not seen any if you like positive. Developments in respect of the impact of the war on on the people of yemen and that includes disproportionate attacks that includes violations of international humanitarian law. Human rights law as you mentioned the bombardment of areas across yemen weather from air even shelling all parties to the conflict in our assessment have an throughout the period of our mandates including this most recent one have committed violations of international humanitarian law. Human rights law some of which may amount to war crimes. You touched upon principles of proportionality distinction precautions in attack these basic principles of international humanitarian. The are being violated based on the information before us. And so you ask the question. What do we urge the international community to do well. In the first instance we don't even begin with the international community would expect that the parties to the conflict would cease and desist in their actions. But it's clear. The patterns of conduct are assisting in the absence of any real substantial consequences being brought to bear on them. The international community must step in..
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"katie dot" Discussed on UN News
"With girls wanting to be closer to home or the journalists being received too just too dangerous for girls. So boys i expected to make it through the sahara way to europe or be able to cross iran and turkey and reach grease whereas of course this journeys we know. They are often horrific and fraud with enormous risks and not considered safe. And they aren't safe then. Of course we also have when it comes to trafficking and exploitation you gender differences. It is quite shocking. I think to recall that girls out number boys four to three among those who have been identified as victims of trafficking at in particular of course gaza being trafficked for sexual expectation whereas boys much more likely much more often for labor but generally we are seeing a trend that is very concerning that the number of children and trafficking victims has doubled since two thousand four now of course data has been improving at the same time but it is telling that they fewer migration pathways that i've bailable that are safe and that are accessible to children in boys and the more economic pressure is on a country on society. We've seen it again. in kuwait. Actually the greater the risk for children to become victims of trafficking. So now that you have more information about what's happening. What's the next step. What's the way forward. I think most importantly is we want. This report sparked discussion so as unicef itself we will take the report to try and see what more we can do to address our own spots whether there is in response to force displacement in context like afghanistan or suda elsewhere where we are rapidly trying to scale up better availability of gender sensitive gender responsive services for example sexual and gender base violence or mental health services for girls and boys that are taking into account their specific needs but we also of course what other partners to do the same so across the un system. How can we take these findings as a moment of reflection. And say okay. We have a lot of debates especially over the past few years about who is a migrant who is a refugee who is an iep but little has been spent on looking a little closer and actually pulling the cut back and saying okay behind a refugee or migrant. There's always a chained up and there's always an age. So what is it that we really need to do in order to respond better and if we are seeing these highly skewed migration routes and various skewed and uneven access to protection. We cannot just go back and pretend we now you know we unknow it now. There is a problem where can afghan girls seek protection if they need to. will we. Now see the moment to actually expand resettlement options safe pathways for afghan girls and other girls boys and other contexts that at the moment of the do not have access to protection whether by not physically reaching it or by just having no avenue and voices and their needs just are not hurt and not noted and as a result are not met. Katie there with unicef's rennick. Now my thanks to both of them for this wakeup call about just how many unaccompanied children are on the move. Today seeking safety outside their home country for more details on the un children's fund report just search online for uncertain pathways. Now it's time for some closing thoughts from solarge. Bahati cortes hi solarge. I know that with afghanistan in the spotlight. Your thoughts are with all those in the country. Orla danielle yes. I wish or the girls in the world had wings to fly especially afghan girls. I would like them to be swallows so they migrate far far away. But reality has only given them short wings and girls face and certain pathways. Do you know why. Swallows migrate even if it is the wrong season because it's called and they are looking for food for some girls. Migration is a way to escape from drugs for others is a strategy to avoid a force at mariot. How much do we know about inequality between boys and girls on the move. What do the girls who stay in afghanistan do where are they. Why is so difficult to collect. The data are day invisible. Swallows in two thousand and two the algerian jerry and novelist. Yes macabre wrote lizzy holmdale the kabul this swallows of kabul almost twenty years later. It seems that this is a time that has not gone away. The novel tells the story of two afghan couple under the taliban regime. One character says we have all been killed. It was so long ago that we forgot it and when the author writes about how few women that are out in public under the taliban here alludes to warms of decanes swallows who only make adult sound when they pass near men today the last swallows hiding kabul and they will never see spring again unless we keep asking and comfortable questions as very neck. Now's pointed out but we also need to spread our humanitarian wings urgently. Thank you so launch so many un agencies in the past week or so have said that they will stay and serve the people of afghanistan where they can after the taliban takeover many unh organizations have been in afghanistan for decades and they really are not about to leave finally the un secretary. General attorney tariffs announced earlier this week. That a flash appeal for afghanistan will be launched to cover the most immediate needs. But for this to happen. Let's remember what mister gutierrez asked of member states i to dig deep for the people of afghanistan. He asked them to provide timely flexible and comprehensive funding. So that the neediest people in crisis get help immediately which is a key humanitarian principle of course and mister gutierrez also called on those states with influence inside afghanistan to ensure that aid workers have sustained access and all the legal safeguards that they need to stay and deliver over and above those in international humanitarian law. That's what we have time for my thanks. Katie dot foot for all her hard work sniffing out stories for this week's show and also for your news which you can catch online anytime and to you sinatra being here remotely once again tailgate. Thank you listeners. For taking an interest in the united nations we do appreciate it. We'll be back next week. Bye bye for now. Hello again before. I sign off his news of a brand new audio series. You might like. It's the un climate podcast no denying it it features young climate change makers from across our warming planet. His show us how we can make a positive impact in our daily lives. Listen in wherever.
"katie dot" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"And i fully support what they're doing right well and i think that said it really well when you're when you're talking about saying hey the they've got a specific laid you know. Every every there's there's a reason for everything we'd like to think that there is a reason for everything. But when i personally feel the tri county health department got out of its lane when it said no. You can't vote against as you can't opt out of mask wearing from two year olds and up. I think that they got out of their laying there By the way the decision was unanimous from the county so it was unanimous the re they released a resolution august tenth declaring its position on cove nineteen variants. Vaccinations and and mask orders and douglas. County has Has decided to opt out of that So that was the big news this morning this coming from katie dot com as well But i mean you're seeing as look there's a reason why scientists don't run everything right because it's a specific specific type of person. They've a specific outlook on it. And i appreciate their input. But at a certain point you know scientists would also i if scientists and doctors and things like that ran everything you know. We wouldn't be able to drink a beer. I mean we wouldn't be able to shake hands. It would be any of that. So there's a certain point where yet. Yeah no mountain dew for my the. There's a certain point where you have to step aside and say here's my recommendations. Do with it what you will now. You're absolutely right and commissioner marino is absolutely right. They're focused on one thing and one thing only right. That's it yeah. There's a much bigger picture. I don't believe that we needed to completely destroy the economy of this country over what was going on with kobe. That's what we that's that's essentially what we were trying to do There's a lot we have to look at a lot. Bigger picture doesn't mean that we we that we discount the health issues or the seriousness of this disease. But there's a lot of other factors that come into this and you can't make every decision based on just that one you know you go back to the deal you know but bhai gosh if we could just save one life. Wouldn't it be worth it and my answer to that is okay. Then let's make the speed limit five miles an hour and we'll never have somebody killed in a car accident. You know what life has risks. You need you need to manage those risks to the best of your ability and and you as an individual will make the decisions that are in the best interest in the tolerant that you're willing to take any any thoughts on that. I think that was pretty. Well said well said it's pretty well said Okay so wanted to get to that. One real quick Want to put a tiempo on this commissioner freeman. He showed me an email that you received I think back in march there was. I can't believe somebody thought of the words To put it that grossly of an email compiled with the haiti mel to you. How do you deal with that. How do you deal with hate speech towards you hate emails other the negative stuff. And how do you not respond because after a couple of whiskey. That definitely would be hit. That reply reply button. How do you guys handle that. He you know what i at the end of the day to do this job. You can't take anything personally. You've got to have a really thick skin. And that's exactly where i'm at. I mean as we talked about it a number of times last year our emails and text messages and phone message. Were running about fifty fifty quite honestly Either we fully support you or we hope you and your family die. I mean that's kind of where we were and we said was level headed. Yeah and where..
"katie dot" Discussed on Gun Talk
"So you know anytime. I get everybody together and we can get out and hunt. That's that's what it's all about perfect. Doug thank you so much. I appreciate our enjoy spending time with you absolutely. Thanks for having me tom. All right you take care your check it out doug kane it gets. Ko gpd doug katie dot com. You can see what he's up to not only one of the best shooters but really good guys you can tell we'll be right back real time. Hurricane ida louisiana coast sixteen years to the day after hurricane katrina hit either. Maybe a little bit more powerful than katrina was lessons learned. Be able to take care of yourself. Get out if you can't or if you need to actually one one of the interesting parts is that i think hurricane katrina when people saw on television people all around the country on television that the police weren't there. No one's there was anarchy. You're on your on. Not only that. But the mayor ray nagin who subsequently went to prison for a different deal ordered that all guns would be confiscated. No one will have a gun in new orleans than the police. The police weren't there very much but they kicked indoors. They took guns from people. They knocked down as we saw it on video for taking their guns left them defenseless against the gangs. The murderers the rapists this veneer we have of civilization as mighty thin and when it goes away he goes away completely and it is the middle ages. Us are the dark ages in your on your own. It is not paranoid to think about how to take care of yourself and your family. It's just preparation planning. What does that have to do with guns. Well you might want to have a goner to places that are not readily accessible. Someone decides to kick in the door and search. The house as happened in katrina. You may want to have something that doesn't show up. You may want to have some ammo. Put away somewhere. Is that paranoia. I guess not since it already happened. And they did confiscate guns from everybody while telling people they never did. It was the weirdest thing they said. We're going to do this and then they did. It then was over. They said we never did that. You really it's it's part of that mindset. You don't wanna make yourself crazy but you could just make part of who you are that you are prepared a generator. You do not to get it away from the house. People die from carbon monoxide poisoning. Do you have a supply of extra food..
"katie dot" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"But i believe it and it's causing me to have all these horrible and all this suffering examining miserable and how i break that cycle where i'm constantly leaving this dawson. I making them real meaning on things that they're causing so much pain. Yeah it would be. Like if. I have the thought like i ran into a old friend and she was in hurry and fluffy off and and and and my feelings were hurt. Okay and now. I think what did i say. What did i do. What did she achieve and she that and all of that going on. So what is the cause of my suffering. What i was thinking and believing in bat situation on standing on the corner when she did not have time for me so now people can do what i did. They can download on byron katie dot com. They can download what i call. A judge enable worksheet and there are six questions on that judge neighbor worksheet so because egos always in the past or future and sense sense. That situation is up for me now. I look at the judge neighbor. Worksheet knowing that the cause of my suffering again is what i was thinking believing then so six questions on the worksheet and i filled them in with what i was thinking believing dan..
"katie dot" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Some reasons to but he gave up on his franchise. He stopped he quit. He said denver's not denver. And and the fans. And if you're if you don't think he disrespected the fans on the way out you're out of your mind because he absolutely did the rockies. Did this one thing for for nolan. That i think was worth him seeing this through. They did something that they don't do for anybody. They paid him a boatload of money dimond. I don't sign checks like that and they did for nolan and what does he do is text and other. Gm's he's texted other players saint come and get me get me out of here. This is going to be jeff. Bridage is a complete moron. There's no doubt about it for. He's okay. He's at least a complete more on in terms of being a baseball general manager. Angel padilla the here for k. and and A big part of the show here for noko. Now where's another hat and he is In the role of the producer for the power trip. And you're kind of between a rock and a hard place yesterday when michael came after me a little bit. Yeah me. I don't wanna show any bias. Anyone particular host too early. So yeah you gotta play that field. I respect that one hundred percent. But now we're gonna make you decide. Where do you stand on this. I think that is okay to cheer him. When he's here for the all star game and give us one last little good thing for nolan cape is how much more are we going to see him coming to course field and we can do him when he comes back. But here for the all star game so let's show him a little bit love so when he was here a week earlier when he was here think that he should receive the standing ovation that he received. Sure i mean. Like i said it's this is first time back in colorado since the trade so now now but when he comes back next time. Feel free to boom okay. Yeah it'll just be me. I'll just be that guy out there. Poonam parallels back. Here's my thing about it. Is that again. the iraqis did this. I get that it didn't look like were getting any closer but this is a you know. We can't just live in a world where somebody does you like that. And you're all good. There's something to be said for. Hold a grudge. And i guess michael peterson i if somebody does him wrong he's good with it. He doesn't hold grudges. I'm going to hold a little bit of a grudge. I'm going to have a little bit more of an edge next time you come around. I don't wanna be all chummy with you. There's something to be said for that and the rockies players especially you know and i get this their eleven games behind five hundred there like yeah if i could get out of here i would too but the fans should be the ones who feel disrespected. Now when this first came out i absolutely think that i was on that side you i was ready to say you know what it's dick mont fault it is It is jeff bridges fault i. I couldn't blame nolan but the more that we got to learn about the situation the more that we started to see how badly no one was ready to get out of here that starts to rub me the wrong way. It really does so you look at his pitching staff and if you wanna comment on this please text of the 'tatanka grill tech sign at night. Seven zero four seven eight one three zero one or calling it. Nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten. You look at his pitching staff and the pieces. Are there the pieces. For this pitching staff there you add one back in bullpen guy. In all of a sudden you'll get a pretty good a pretty solid team. The starting pitchers have been phenomenal. You got some young talent on the rise with ryan mcmahon's progression this year and cj on on a veteran minimum deal at first base just knocking homers out of the park almost every every game. So you're telling me an infield with cj. Krone ryan mcmahon trevor story and nolan. Aaron auto doesn't get you into the playoffs. Because i think he does even in the west with the dodgers padres. Everyone was worried about the dodgers. The padres the flipping san francisco giants are leading the division right now. Nobody would've guessed that. So there's ways you could have done it but no one got fed up after what was an infuriating year and twenty twenty for everybody and this is one thing that drives me crazy when people say well. It was a money move. There was a move they had to do it. Why the hell they send fifty million with a man to anybody the answers for that. This was no one forcing his hand. And again i think this is the loyalty of dick montfort saying all right. Well we're obviously not going to get it done. Let's trade him in some weird way that loyalty was there Let's switch gears just a little bit for four. We take a break some breaking news. That's just coming in this morning. Broncos ownership lawsuit has been dismissed peyton manning responses from katie dot com bowl sides of the Pat bolan will and trust lawsuit have agreed to dismiss the case in the agreement. They agreed that the former denver broncos owners end of life decisions were made voluntarily and should be followed. So that sounds to me like They settle on something outside. Boland's eldest daughters bethematch wallace and amy clamor were suing the three person trust. He designated in two thousand nine saying that he was pressured into creating it control. The team was transferred to the trust in two thousand twelve and bolan died two years ago and twenty nineteen. The trust is made of team president and ceo. Joel's team council rich slovakia and denver attorney mary kelly. The judge in the case dismissed the claims with prejudice. Meaning they cannot be brought back in the future. 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"katie dot" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
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"katie dot" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
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"katie dot" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
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"katie dot" Discussed on The big d zone
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