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"katie grand" Discussed on KTRH

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02:57 min | Last week

"katie grand" Discussed on KTRH

"Now Joe Biden, Joe Manchin Last night, former governor, West Virginia Senator from West Virginia. Maybe the last again talk about having power last best chance to avoid that. 3.54 point 15 point whatever trillion dollar so called infrastructure package. Here's what she had to say on the subject last night, it's one thing to make a promise on the election trail and Well, of course, another one to keep that promise when the entire Democratic establishment is pressed new to betray your constituents, So we have to ask. Will mansion hold? Does he surrender to Pelosi and Schumer? We break faith with the good people of West Virginia. And then vote yes to help AOC and company move us closer to socialism, Or does he do the right thing and put the interests of his constituents and all Americans ahead of the hard left? Does he side of the squad? The rest of the radicals who hate this country? Or will he listened to the people of West Virginia? Biden's crazy dream of creating new entitlements? Turning America into a left wing catastrophe has to be stopped. The people of West Virginia didn't vote for Joe Biden or Pelosi or Schumer. They voted for mansion and he promised that he'd fight for West Virginians. So now is the time kill this nutty bill once and for all. Let's start working on rebuilding the country. We love not continuing Biden's disaster movie. Well, we know what he's done. In the past, he has capitulated. Yeah, he does. Or if he holds firm, it's because there's enough votes that he gives him cover. You know, the Democrats can go ahead and run it through anyway. He may not have a lot of votes in the Senate. But there are plenty of people in the house so called centrist Democrats who are saying they don't want to vote for it either. So maybe maybe there is enough cover. We'll see. Hey, coming up. Brian Montgomery, director of presidential advance under George W. Bush. He was there at the White House 2001 through 2003. He was with President Bush when he got the news. On 9 11. So we'll talk to him about all that. Next first, though, we've got traffic and weather together, starting with sky, Mike. All right, Uh, what a morning Katy Freeway inbound Campbell Road that is a stalled truck. It's the left line of the manage lines. Main lines are actually okay for now, but there's some flashy lights, so that will distract some of us. Well, you've got the sun in your eyes now. So advisors, you've got an extra five or six minutes on the inbound. Most of your brake lights hit right around Taylor Street off the ramps from Grand Parkway. If you're trying to get through Katie Grand Parkway ramps to the Katy Freeway, right where you enter, That's a reported wreck. And you can see those backups from those of you trying to go northbound and southbound on 99 Grand Parkway. Also over our shoulder. We have this road work at Bridge Lynn Creek. Parkway and northbound and, um, that's just one lane. I'm sky Mike from the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 Hour Traffic Center from our ktrh Top Tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center Today Partly cloudy 92 Sunny tomorrow 91. Whether starts to change Sunday afternoon will be in the mid eighties. Thunderstorms are likely and then heavy rain possible.

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"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new

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Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:25 min | 4 months ago

Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative

"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new

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"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"In twenty years ago, tell me about how fashiony started what What was the original concept on? What were you responding to at that time? So I just moved back to the from Naples and I was working not gotta remember line and was. Just. Chatting to this guy at turns out here insists incredible alantic Lane Katrina Bryan he's not coming on. Help. Me Decide what to do that this incredible space I was just how cools after one day I wanted to come back lucky I did back on to you. And that was very typical to make I was kind of not really sure to I wanted to stay. To be honest I had no fashion background training navin experienced doing but he got any house was staying in Renton renting his big industrial experts warehouses for fashion I I'm seminal. United line-up. Them fully gowned tonight. That was my first door adult. Yeah. Mind violent mind was blown and I. I was living in shortage gotten all these incredible characters. Because of the time it was MT waistline It's incredible creativity because with. So. There are laws nine these incredible fashion designers but without any real kind of context. I just need you. I need and. So has the jazz and people who in France. Could you could you hustle warehouse and that is honestly how it started weakening to my boss knock on his door hang my friends talented. You'll love. Could we just borrow warehouse show Katie Grand Styling and he was like he's Already know, but she's always the punch. Very Fun. Honestly, this is my very naive very on A. Without a plan kind of just wondering my. I wanted to be doing, which was helping my friends, and that is honesty how it started in sounds like making it up, but it just started from. Knock, on the door. Hey, can I borrow house an anti loved it. So much the fashion we helped lint. He was lying these kids were amazing and I want to give something back. This is a big property owner developer. It's very much as it was when you put. It. Just became his pet project. It was enough to do to give back I. Guess you just don't really find patrons. I mean, that was that was. A huge moment in London fashion with same doing that show with McQueen doing his amazing shows gutless road. The. and the eyes of the world were on London. Again. Such in time. Yeah. I was just I. Just ended up in the midst of Imus type.

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"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Welcome to be Oh F- lives. . Today we are talking to Lulu Kennedy, , the Godmother of British fashion who last night celebrated the twentieth year of Fashion East, , the initiative that she started two decades ago, , which is probably had. . As much impact on the course British faction as. . The Great Fashion Colleges <hes>. . It's like a it's what what do they call it fan baseball. . You have the team that produces the you know shapes <hes> young players that can go on into the major leagues. . Have a sort of. . Home team will feel seat or something like that. . Anyway. . Let's. . Kind. Of . thing. . That's what fashion aces so so great to talk you congratulations. . Anki. Yeah. . . Mid Twenty S. . What did that Guy Twenty years you twelve when you started doing? ? It's actually quite it's quite shocking in a way and. . Put off to the last minute kind of even dealing with it. . Because it's just been, , you know one of these tons. . But exhibit. . A reminds me when I turned fifty I, , just Kinda put it to the back of my mind is just. . Beginning. . I think that's where Jiang otherwise you might feel at wellness under pressure I just didn't really want that. . But it seems to me that that that. . You'll ability to deal with. . Pressure and the overwhelming elements of the fashion world. . A, , I've been the things that you've to me of. . Its voice felt like an incredibly stable nurturing. . Supportive. . person in the in the fashion world and and I. . Often thought you haven't really had the do that you should have had been I I feel trumpets should've been blown a lot longer and harder for you monitor it yet I'm. . Okay. . Thank you. . I'm always much happier just lacking around in the shadows in the background, , I'm. . Yeah. . I'm not really I don't I bring front of House I'm putting on the talent the talent the focus is like, , of course it's lovely very kind words people saying I'm writing. . As we turned twenty and I really appreciate it. . But I I'd WanNa <unk> make about me. . The. . Yes pretty incredible. . The, , rest of the world can do that. . In twenty years ago, , tell me about how fashiony started what <unk>? ? What was the original concept on? ? What were you responding to at that time? ? So I just moved back to the from Naples and I was working not gotta remember line and was. . Just. . Chatting to this guy at turns out here insists incredible alantic <unk> Lane Katrina Bryan he's not coming on. . Help. . Me Decide what to do that this incredible space <unk> I was just how cools after one day I wanted to come back lucky I did back on to you. . And that was very typical to make I was kind of not really sure to I wanted to stay. . To be honest I had no fashion background training navin experienced doing <unk> but he got any house was staying in Renton renting his big industrial experts warehouses for fashion <unk> I I'm <unk> seminal. . United line-up. . Them fully gowned tonight. . That was my first door adult. . Yeah. . Mind violent mind was blown and I. . I was living in shortage <unk> gotten all these incredible characters. . <hes>. . Because of the time it was <unk> MT waistline <unk>. . It's incredible creativity because with. . So. . There are laws nine these incredible fashion designers but without any real kind of context. . I just need you. . I need and. . So has the jazz and people who in France. . Could you could you hustle warehouse and that is honestly how it started weakening to my boss knock on his door hang my friends talented. . You'll love. . Could we just borrow warehouse show Katie Grand Styling and he was like he's Already know, , but she's always the punch. . Very Fun. . Honestly, , this is my very naive very on A. . Without a plan kind of just wondering my. . I wanted to be doing, , which was helping my friends, , and that is honesty how it started in sounds like making it up, , but it just started from. . Knock, , on the door. Hey, . , can I borrow house an anti loved it. So . much the fashion we helped lint. . He was lying these kids were amazing and I want to give something back. . This is a big property owner developer. . It's very much as it was when you put. . It. . Just became his pet project. . It was enough to do to give back I. . Guess you just don't really find patrons.

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Lulu Kennedy on London's Young Creatives

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Lulu Kennedy on London's Young Creatives

"Welcome to be Oh F- lives. Today we are talking to Lulu Kennedy, the Godmother of British fashion who last night celebrated the twentieth year of Fashion East, the initiative that she started two decades ago, which is probably had. As much impact on the course British faction as. The Great Fashion Colleges It's like a it's what what do they call it fan baseball. You have the team that produces the you know shapes young players that can go on into the major leagues. Have a sort of. Home team will feel seat or something like that. Anyway. Let's. Kind. Of thing. That's what fashion aces so so great to talk you congratulations. Anki. Yeah. Mid Twenty S. What did that Guy Twenty years you twelve when you started doing? It's actually quite it's quite shocking in a way and. Put off to the last minute kind of even dealing with it. Because it's just been, you know one of these tons. But exhibit. A reminds me when I turned fifty I, just Kinda put it to the back of my mind is just. Beginning. I think that's where Jiang otherwise you might feel at wellness under pressure I just didn't really want that. But it seems to me that that that. You'll ability to deal with. Pressure and the overwhelming elements of the fashion world. A, I've been the things that you've to me of. Its voice felt like an incredibly stable nurturing. Supportive. person in the in the fashion world and and I. Often thought you haven't really had the do that you should have had been I I feel trumpets should've been blown a lot longer and harder for you monitor it yet I'm. Okay. Thank you. I'm always much happier just lacking around in the shadows in the background, I'm. Yeah. I'm not really I don't I bring front of House I'm putting on the talent the talent the focus is like, of course it's lovely very kind words people saying I'm writing. As we turned twenty and I really appreciate it. But I I'd WanNa make about me. The. Yes pretty incredible. The, rest of the world can do that. In twenty years ago, tell me about how fashiony started what What was the original concept on? What were you responding to at that time? So I just moved back to the from Naples and I was working not gotta remember line and was. Just. Chatting to this guy at turns out here insists incredible alantic Lane Katrina Bryan he's not coming on. Help. Me Decide what to do that this incredible space I was just how cools after one day I wanted to come back lucky I did back on to you. And that was very typical to make I was kind of not really sure to I wanted to stay. To be honest I had no fashion background training navin experienced doing but he got any house was staying in Renton renting his big industrial experts warehouses for fashion I I'm seminal. United line-up. Them fully gowned tonight. That was my first door adult. Yeah. Mind violent mind was blown and I. I was living in shortage gotten all these incredible characters. Because of the time it was MT waistline It's incredible creativity because with. So. There are laws nine these incredible fashion designers but without any real kind of context. I just need you. I need and. So has the jazz and people who in France. Could you could you hustle warehouse and that is honestly how it started weakening to my boss knock on his door hang my friends talented. You'll love. Could we just borrow warehouse show Katie Grand Styling and he was like he's Already know, but she's always the punch. Very Fun. Honestly, this is my very naive very on A. Without a plan kind of just wondering my. I wanted to be doing, which was helping my friends, and that is honesty how it started in sounds like making it up, but it just started from. Knock, on the door. Hey, can I borrow house an anti loved it. So much the fashion we helped lint. He was lying these kids were amazing and I want to give something back. This is a big property owner developer. It's very much as it was when you put. It. Just became his pet project. It was enough to do to give back I. Guess you just don't really find patrons.

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"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"katie grand" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Hello. . Welcome to. . Live today we are talking to Ben, , cobb and Pierre Lay who are co editors of? ? The Astonishing new issue of love magazine I hesitate to even Cooler to magazine it is volume one and volume two. . <hes> of <hes> Hud covid will books basically a fashion magazine like you've ever seen before and they are a remarkable time capsule of this remarkable time, , and so I'm really looking forward to talking to Bannon Pierre about how this came together. . The obvious question is <hes> that this. . Book these books raise because I'M NOT GONNA call magazines. . What what is what is the place of a fashion magazine and this particular moment? ? I think the role of a fashion magazine right now. . As. . Bringing its community together and drawer and yet network together. . To, , really move forward. . As a as a unified thing, , I think it's about coming together with your community and all moving forward are not leaving anyone behind i. think . that's the world. . Today. . Now as as I've worked my way through the hundreds of pages in in these books. . What strikes me is that. . The hierarchy that we used to in fashion of Edison fashion end said. . Creative director, , whatever it doesn't seem to exist in these pages I, , think that what we are. . Looking at. . Here is something is quite a new way of approaching putting together magazine almost. . I guess it's almost the way that people used to do things you know in in the high the idealistic height of the sixties or something. . I, how , how do you feel about bad. . Yeah. . Million questions also. . Suddenly I, , feel like it it was a great way to share without having to thirty compromise because someone was above us <hes> all below us. . It was real conversation between everyone. . So that's what we call the love collective because it was really about sharing. . Ideas sharing concepts and sharing <unk> philosophy and bring that forward in making the issue. . So when we completely Removed the key I think it's <hes>. . It's sending out night a good message about what people in fashion actually are in how they actually work, , which is a lot of people working together because they love fashion. . So. . But by. . Kind of restricted in the situation by the fact that. . We you we everyone was in lockdown because of covid nineteen and. . He you ban you make it very clear on your editors, , Lhasa and Co. . edited Katie Grand I'm also writes about this very, , very <hes>. . Very. . Very. . Honestly that you were old ill with coded nineteen while you were making this magazine and and L. Like. . Not just sort of. . You know not just a came and went you will and Came into this situation as the new boy on the team. . I mean. . I. . Never. . been working with love longer than I I'm I joined in January has been. . You know contrbute saying I'm parts of the family for longer. . But yeah, , I mean I'm sure you know let's hit from but I'm sure of very strange environment. . You know a lot of. . Three senior members of love who in a very, , very L. were convex. . <hes>. . I think that was. . In some way you know I, , don't wish on anyone on. . Glad we could go through the together. . It would have been very difficult. . Dying. . Three out process with able ready. . Didn't understand what you were going for. . Being, , able to share information. . You know literally every morning we would speak with each other how he feeling house today. . And because of the nature of of this virus. . Everyone out very different symptoms as long as operating in very different rhythms. . When someone was not feeling good. . <hes> we we stepped up and filled and DOT rall. . On old came together when I wasn't feeling well. . <hes> the same thing. . It was a really going back to earliest this collect and saying it was. . Logistically as well as <hes> philosophically dot was the way through this. . As well as coming together as a collective intelligence which. . I think is really you know it's all hands to the pump for everyone.

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LOVE Magazines Editors on the Fashion Magazines New Role in Culture

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

LOVE Magazines Editors on the Fashion Magazines New Role in Culture

"Hello. Welcome to. Live today we are talking to Ben, cobb and Pierre Lay who are co editors of? The Astonishing new issue of love magazine I hesitate to even Cooler to magazine it is volume one and volume two. of Hud covid will books basically a fashion magazine like you've ever seen before and they are a remarkable time capsule of this remarkable time, and so I'm really looking forward to talking to Bannon Pierre about how this came together. The obvious question is that this. Book these books raise because I'M NOT GONNA call magazines. What what is what is the place of a fashion magazine and this particular moment? I think the role of a fashion magazine right now. As. Bringing its community together and drawer and yet network together. To, really move forward. As a as a unified thing, I think it's about coming together with your community and all moving forward are not leaving anyone behind i. think that's the world. Today. Now as as I've worked my way through the hundreds of pages in in these books. What strikes me is that. The hierarchy that we used to in fashion of Edison fashion end said. Creative director, whatever it doesn't seem to exist in these pages I, think that what we are. Looking at. Here is something is quite a new way of approaching putting together magazine almost. I guess it's almost the way that people used to do things you know in in the high the idealistic height of the sixties or something. I, how how do you feel about bad. Yeah. Million questions also. Suddenly I, feel like it it was a great way to share without having to thirty compromise because someone was above us all below us. It was real conversation between everyone. So that's what we call the love collective because it was really about sharing. Ideas sharing concepts and sharing philosophy and bring that forward in making the issue. So when we completely Removed the key I think it's It's sending out night a good message about what people in fashion actually are in how they actually work, which is a lot of people working together because they love fashion. So. But by. Kind of restricted in the situation by the fact that. We you we everyone was in lockdown because of covid nineteen and. He you ban you make it very clear on your editors, Lhasa and Co. edited Katie Grand I'm also writes about this very, very Very. Very. Honestly that you were old ill with coded nineteen while you were making this magazine and and L. Like. Not just sort of. You know not just a came and went you will and Came into this situation as the new boy on the team. I mean. I. Never. been working with love longer than I I'm I joined in January has been. You know contrbute saying I'm parts of the family for longer. But yeah, I mean I'm sure you know let's hit from but I'm sure of very strange environment. You know a lot of. Three senior members of love who in a very, very L. were convex. I think that was. In some way you know I, don't wish on anyone on. Glad we could go through the together. It would have been very difficult. Dying. Three out process with able ready. Didn't understand what you were going for. Being, able to share information. You know literally every morning we would speak with each other how he feeling house today. And because of the nature of of this virus. Everyone out very different symptoms as long as operating in very different rhythms. When someone was not feeling good. we we stepped up and filled and DOT rall. On old came together when I wasn't feeling well. the same thing. It was a really going back to earliest this collect and saying it was. Logistically as well as philosophically dot was the way through this. As well as coming together as a collective intelligence which. I think is really you know it's all hands to the pump for everyone.

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"katie grand" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"katie grand" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Let's do Rita. What was she wearing? Where was she seen she posted? Why Onondaga Graham? She's the WHO clean gone to now. Allah what's Rita? Ora Up to this woman. I'm so excited to finally share. Hashtag how to be lonely with you March thirteenth midnight local time local where you live all over the place. Don't have an apartment whereas you guys knew it for so long and have been so patient preorder and presided at the link in my bio xxx lightning emoji. Lightning Emoji Shooting Star Emoji. I don't love the visuals here. I'm a little confused. It's like it's like it's like Gold Goo. She's like she's like she's like wrapped in gold. Goo is bad goal to the goal to do is like it says staff. It's that like it's Goo- it's Goo- she's wrapped in Gold Goo. It's like I'm but it's at slaney. It's like whenever Kiana gets out of the Matrix. And he wakes up in his little pod. Imagine if that were gold and it's called. It'd be lonely which is sad. I don't WanNa sad rita so I think that Louis Cataldi is because in one of the most so he he wrote not featured in it no so further down. I also did the same research. You have have a son a Son. Article that The headline is right man for Rita. Get it but it's like right right. Louis. Kepala has written read or new single how to be lonely which is nice. I love that pairing. I really liked that pairing I mean honestly Gimme Louis Cataldi over Ed Sheeran any day of the week when it comes to like Brits Writing Music For Women Okay Bridge Reading Baker women like we haven't even heard that many Lewis capacity songs we don't even really know if I like that song more than Sheeran songs all of them. There's something so all of believable assurance aesthetic. Nobody I know but I I believe the sentiment of Louis Capacities Music Ed Sheeran's music is also contrived and like artificial sounding a key south shirts. Because he's been writing for so long but like Ed Sheeran. Music is so robotic like there's not real emotion is actually no they're not actually that much alike. They're only like in the fact that they're both kind of funny looking. Funny Look People. Well No not British but later. Bonnie looking over the pond all these Scottish and Ed Sheeran's British which we've made mistakes we call them Irish but he's Brit Charmingly. Funny Looking songwriters okay. I'll give you that Ed Sheeran. I feel like is like chaotic evil and I feel like Louis capacities a sweetener. He did build an illegal pool in his backyard very chaotic okay. That neighbor would alter she up time so excited read. It has a new song coming out because it'll balance all this other shit that she's doing which is like so much shit We gotTA shout out in a write up about this this fashion show that read Auras in. Thank you fashion Easter. For like you know really doing our job for us What are we this? What Prada with the help of Katie Grand? Who's been known to mix at the casting at our by sprinkling. Some famous familiar faces for fall. Two thousand eighteen. It was L. fanning to open and close for cruise two thousand nineteen. She brought out Thurman Alexa Chung Rowan Blanchard Sadie sink in Gwendolyn Christy. She surprised and delighted the audience at her latest Paris. Fashion Week outing yet again on Tuesday afternoon when Actors Storm Reid steps out wearing the first look she was fall by two deeds. Which W- okay. Well obviously only to a deeds. Okay to a deeds. They're four hundred models. I mean there are three mom owen labels to okay. Well these were the these were G G and Bill Kaya Gerber and Rita Ora. Someone page. Who Weekly I love it when Rita. Ora is involved. It's only we're the only call then next up. Here's a Daily Mail headline picture exclusive. That's one long party. Giggling Rita Ora emerged with a sheepish..

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"katie grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"katie grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Selling Katie grand rapids Michigan ninety four thousand paid off sixty three of which in the last eighteen months great story fifty one thousand dollar income down to zero back up to eighty five along the journey counted down let's zero debt free screen just like that doesn't get any better I am you know it's amazing the stories always a moment in the story it's almost like you're watching a movie where there's that moment and the music changes the whole you know or people's lives hit that point they go on no more no more I'm done I'm done I've had it I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired those always hear that but you come right over the top of the story arc and everyone the stores usually they're they're heroes man heroes always say they'll save some for your story I've had a lot of them like this this is the Dave Ramsey show business leaders I'm not gonna lie finding the right people to make an impact that your company for years to come is hard work but I can tell you from personal experience you can find them when you use a linked in jobs linkedin jobs reaches candidates you just can't find anywhere else and not only are they able to reach these candidates they're able to get the right people for the right job it's no wonder I hire is made every eight seconds on linked in.

"katie grand" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"katie grand" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"It. It was up to a jury to decide if Katie Conley was Mary's killer in the courthouse. Mary's divided family waited her husband and children on one side side. Three of her sisters on the other still in Katie's Corner Janine and I both have daughters in their twenties. We're totally terrified for her. Uh But defense attorney Chris. Kelly was confident. Katie would be acquitted. I actually thought that after I gave my closing that we'd have a A verdict conflicting or twenty minutes of not guilty. What was it like waiting for the verdict? Oh well the first twenty minutes for okay but then it went on for day one day you too two days became three. What were they talking about? And they're the detective. Hope the jury would see past the pretty put together young woman in court art was Katie. Really what she seemed Katy at believe has another side to her other than this side that everybody sees from her that she presents everybody. If this is true this is a diabolical. I Balk aside just an evil side. Mary's daughters agree. There was another side of Katie that we had not known was there. The jury deliberated all through day. Four and on day five they passed a note to the judge will be hung jury. There was no verdict. The crowd went silent afterwards. Katie's attorney spoke to some jurors. They told him eight of them wanted to acquit Katie. and that the weakest part of the State's case was bill. Did you feel that. They were believing that he was lying. They told me under no uncertain circumstances that he was full of it but bill of course was never charged with any it crime. He told Dateline did not poison Mary and had nothing to do with her deaf. And no matter what Katie's defense things he can never be charged as a witness that Katie's grand jury hearing. He was given automatic immunity from prosecution. No matter what happens is he protected for for live forever over. Mary's daughters were thankful for that. The accusations against their father had made the trial. Even more painful was just one malicious attack. DOC after another. My Dad never attacked anyone in this life. He was just a broken seventy year old man. That was barely functioning. She may now they prepared to sit through it all again. There was no hesitation. We were going back. We re trying the case we needed to get justice for this family and for this woman. Five months later everyone filed back into the Oneida county courthouse. For trial number two the prosecutor's case was virtually the same. She said everything. Investigators unearthed pointed to Katie as Mary's killer. The evidence will we'll show that all roads lead to Kaitlin calm but Katie had a new defense attorney and a new twist to her Strategy he said yes. Katie was innocent and yes. Katie was framed but this time her lawyer was pointing the finger. Not The bill but at someone else please. Gentleman was add on. There was handle Adam. Mary son Defense Attorney Frank Pollard. Celli argued that the crime happened just the way Katie described in that letter. He put the colchicine in her supplements when he was over there either. Mother's stay or Father's day when he had a falling out as for how Katie's digital fingerprints ended up on everything related to the colchicine transaction. It is attorney suggested that could easily have been Adam. How do you know first of all that? She was the one that was researching the poison since since Adam had total control of all of her electronic equipment anytime he wanted a key witness. This time was Adams cousin and former roommate. David King Ingrid in the years. Since Mary's death David had come to doubt Adam and defend Katie. Do you believe Katie. Had anything to do with the murder of Mary Order. No not at all on the stand. David told the Jury Adam was no novice with computers. you familiar with Adams uh-huh expertise in computers I. I helped him build a computer in the past he was going to school for Computer Science. The defense that Adam could have hacked Katie's devices or maybe he didn't need to. David testified he saw Adam with Katie's laptop. And how do you know. He hit her laptop. I asked him about it since it was in a flowery laptop sleeve in a headache. Pitcher the touring background and. That's just suit Adams character so I asked him about it. said it was Katie's ladies and the defense said Adam had access to Katie's work computer to David testified that years earlier he an atom used to drop by the the office. When no one else was there? I had helped clean the office. A number of times. Don't think that Adam didn't have full reign of that office. Ladies and gentlemen. He came and went as he pleased. Leased anytime he wanted to okay and the defense said there was something else something important remember in her interview with detectives how Fearful Katie Meaty said she was of Adam. Katie's attorney said there was a good reason for Katie to be afraid he said Adam had abused Katie both physically and sexually he beat hitter. He raped her. He used her. Why wouldn't she be scared of him a year before Mary's death Katie filed a police report accusing atom of rape? The defense read a text message. Katie wrote two atom Katie's Haiti's words describing the attack. You grab my right wrist and said you'd snapped my wrist and brick. Everyone of my fingers. I'm going to kill you. I'm going to kill. Oh you Katie. The way you said it the way you looked at me and then I was afraid. Adam denied the allegation and Katie. Dropped the complaint. The defense hope the jury would see Katie as a victim not as a killer. There's no motive in this case. She loved Mary Odor. And there's nothing thing in this case to indicate that her actions were anything other than loving Murray older people call Adam Yoder to the stand Adam. Adam yoder had given his side of the story to investigators early on. What would he say now? Pain coke getting worse. Couldn't even get out of bed. A son on the stand with a devastating claim had Katie. Used poison on him. Do you believe that Katy gave him something that made him. Sick up slowly coupe with the jury believe at would there be a verdict. This time.

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"katie grand" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on KTRH

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"katie grand" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on KTRH

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"katie grand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it and why see let's talk fashion New York City is in the throes of New York City fashion week the work best with skews me and so far we've seen everything from gold chains to egg carton slippers there been shows from fashion week staples like Tory Burch and splashy events by celebrity designers such as in dire who's currently crushing on HBO's you Florida by the way have anything. she's keeping up with Tommy Hilfiger I mean it shows the CBS Sunday morning contributor and host of the interview series at the met call the Italian a with a lean and show where she's interviewed some of fashions biggest names have your wedding there at the met I am on October twenty first come as my looks I love her quick plug you can get tickets by going to my the the link on my bio on Instagram at at the Alina chose so tickets are available the civic auditorium there seven hundred seats so please come let's talk about Tom Ford okay overs chairman for the council if that's a big fire and it's had a big impact on fashion week you know he's got this crazy impressive resume aside from being a designer and working with good she's been nominated for Academy liner award for directing so what does it mean that he is at the helm well I think it means that suddenly you know the world is taking another look at New York fashion week I mean I think historically New York has been an exciting place to show fashion but over the years it's become a little more commercial if you will and less I guess the rap it's been a little less artistic and so some of the more artistic designers have decamp to Paris which is the grandest stage of all but to bring Tom Ford back to bring him at at at the helm of the CFDA which is like the academy right of fashion I'm just means that you know he's already saying I I want you know designers to think internationally I want to shorten the schedule soon so it's no longer you know eight nine days of New York fashion week it's it's five to six days it's been condemned and which is great and I think people are just taking it a bit more seriously you know he means business Tom Ford and by the way I he made quite a splash last night showing at a decommissioned New York subway station that's where he showed his fashion show thank you know people are always trying to do something interesting and new and and fresh and Tom Ford always seems to come up with something. right that's so weird you that was one of you in my questions once upon a time all the shows are under a big tent either at night Stratton west village Warren Bryant prior car right now really interesting location Sir Tom Ford and a commission decommission subway station what have been some of the other interesting places well you know Tory Burch showed princess Diana inspired collection Sunday morning at the Brooklyn Museum you know that designers tend to like downtown locations you know I think the the it it's it's cooler right is considered cooler you know Vera **** just showed on. the Trinity place at the old Lehman Brothers building and this morning at eleven I'm either designers service it is so basically for for people like retailers and editors and and reporters like myself it just makes it a little bit harder because you're and either a subway or a new over I in uncomfortable shoes in an inappropriate day outfit like I'm wearing running around the city all day trying to get to shows but but listening it it it makes it more interesting one of the most highly anticipated shows was and diet with connection with Tommy Hilfiger that's worked together before why was this one such a hotly anticipated show first of all you know Tommy hill figure for the past seven seasons has been doing something that most designers don't do so so remember I think just for context that when the clothes you're seeing on the runway right now are for spring summer twenty twenty they will be in the stores for another six months what Tommy has done he is he said you know what I'm doing a show for the Instagram age for Gen Z. this is seen now by now so the moment these clothes hit the runway was in dire who has sixty two million followers on Instagram of you know they're available to buy you can click and by on Instagram and I was actually texting with Tommy this morning and said how's it selling you said it's doing great you know so tell me the reason why it was a big deal was because Tommy is a big name and he hasn't shown in New York in about three years he's taken his show on the road with these. now by now collections and he's partnered with people like said diet sixty one point seven million followers on Instagram Gigi Hadid the biggest model of the moment forty nine point five million followers on Instagram and these collections are selling out as a result so it was a super smart business decision and Tommy Hilfiger yes he's a designer but he's an even better businessmen and it was and she was held up town and right at the Apollo it was at the Apollo theater yes and you know he's had a long you know a long history with supporting musicians a lot of musicians have worn his clothes over the years and so it was a natural thing he has this love of the Apollo theater so it's a great place for him to show his collection Ashley Graham another model who's got a bit Gillian followers on Instagram is right on the show yes plus size models also currently quite pregnant yes how. is this idea of size inclusivity has it permeated New York fashion week in yet his big thing on Instagram it's such a big thing culturally well yes and no so Tommy showed several plus size model on his runway Ashley Graham being the biggest name. Michael course was the first to do it only a few seasons ago and I remember I was at that show it was a big deal it was a little surprising welcome but surprising at the time now everyone's doing it now does that mean that designers are actually making clothes that are bigger largely now you know you can't go to a department store and and find anything above a size fourteen maybe above a size twelve and you know seventy percent of American women are a size fourteen or above the average American woman is between a sixteen and eighteen and so you know that there was actually something which I went to last week and called the curvy con and was basically a shopping mall set up for only plus size women and plus size clothing and people came from all over the country simply because they don't have anywhere to go to shop and it's really sort of sad you know it's seventy percent of American women why are they being served as also a las business opportunity but leaving money on the table. and so I think they're finally designers are finally coming around to it it's taken a long time my guest is fashion journalist and the nature were talking at New York fashion week okay sustainability seem to be a big buzz word yes no how do we see it well I think the way I explained it to your producer was a lot of people are talking the talk not yet walking the walk yes it's a very big issue right now sustainability who's you know who isn't talking about climate change you know whether it's presidential politics are on the fashion runways however I would say only a few designers are actually walking the walk there was one designer who who I'll be honest with you so newt name escapes me showed all the entire collection one hundred looks with all recycled materials. that's not really happening the largely and I think that that's something that the industry really has to look at you know it's something that Anna Wintour had mentioned she's really watching for on the runway let's hope it happens more in the same way that I hope the designers make larger size clothing. let's talk about trends and what you've seen what it what well what's emerging well you know it's a it's first remember these clothes are for spring and summer of next year and so this year there's a lot of color up for spring and summer there typically is more color but what's interesting is that there's more color monks does hikers who don't typically show color so so right so color is a big theme this season I was speaking to Linda Fargo his it was a big way get at Bergdorf Goodman Angelique Gil heart who's a big fashion consultant and they were both talking about color but Julie mentioned something to me just a couple of minutes ago which was interesting and she said you know I'm the biggest trend honestly is diversity and she said and I don't mean on the runway I mean diversity amongst the designers themselves who are getting the spotlight so brands like higher mas like look Kwan Smith I mean these this is very very important you know we're we're not seeing you know we're we're seeing largely white men designing for a variety of women right across the spectrum and and to see a diverse group of designers is something that we've been waiting for for a long time it's finally happened little little by little who are some of the rising stars well I can only speak for my for your. that's fine okay in my opinion there are a few designers who I really like who are new there's there's a at a design house called Kate K. H. A. I. T. E. which is only been around for a couple of seasons but it's it's a design house that has a strong point of view it's well priced for luxury which I realize I like and I appreciate and it's something that a lot of the retailers and the editors are talking about as their favorite brand right now Gabrielle Hearst is a designer she is a Hearst of but she she's she's quite good and she's gone the notice of LVMH the largest fashion conglomerate they invested in her and she was only a couple of years old at that point and so she's really someone that I'm paying attention to and I like very much I happen to be wearing a Gabrielle Hearst dress today thank you with love very much thank you very much all right now long sleeve what's the material so come from our clubhouse and often I gave you a hug. okay useful Zond you'll make thank you Greg darted RTO and there's this other designer who is so fascinating I don't know how wearable his clothes. but you know Tomoko Izumi he's a Japanese designer fresh on the scene but someone who is being championed by a well known stylist Katie grand and you know it doesn't have a lot of money remember the shows are expensive to put on some Marc Jacobs actually gave him his uptown store so that he could tumble closer we could show his collection and he showed it on one model who changed during the presentation no is brilliant it was really brilliant and only showed six or seven looks I mean it's all made of tool in our dance and it's all cut the kind of look like cupcakes I guess not again not sure how wearable they are but he's someone who's on the radar of a lot of people including editors and retailers and so on so there is some excitement in New York it's coming back I think anybody surprise you anything surprise you any trend and no not not yet I'll be honest with you I haven't been to as many shows as I typically go to because I was out of town and it was work king. but working on other things but but I'm really looking forward to the next couple of shows tonight is Oscar de la Renta which I always love and I love to Mr DiLorenzo when he was still alive and and so I'm looking forward to that and then my favorite show of the entire season usually is Michael cores which is tomorrow morning at ten AM in Brooklyn and he he just has the best by the best models the best music and and he always puts on a great show he's a showman I last season he had Barry Manilow perform at the end so let's see what he does this season yeah my guest has been a lean and show she's a CBS Sunday morning contributor and host of the atelier interview series at the mat where we can get tickets for right right go to my Instagram at the elite a trip Lena thanks for stopping by.

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"katie grand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it what have you and why see let's talk fashion New York City is in the throes of New York City fashion week the work best with skis me and so far we've seen everything from gold chains to egg carton slippers there been shows from fashion week staples like Tory Burch and splashy events by celebrity designers such as and Diana was currently crushing on HBO's you Florida by the way have you seen it. she's keeping up with Tommy Hilfiger I mean it shows the CBS Sunday morning contributor and host of the interview series at the met call the Italian a with a lean and show where she's interviewed some of fashions biggest names have your wedding there at the met I am on October twenty first come as my looks I love her quick plug you can get tickets by going to my the the link on my bio on Instagram at at the Alina chose so tickets are available the civic auditorium there seven hundred seats so please come let's talk about Tom Ford okay overs chairman for the council if that's a big fire and it's had a big impact on fashion week you know he's got this crazy impressive resume aside from being a designer and working with cheese been nominated for Academy liner award for directing so what does it mean that he is at the helm well I think it means that suddenly you know the world is taking another look at New York fashion week I mean I think historically New York has been an exciting place to show fashion but over the years it's become a little more commercial if you will and less I guess the rap it's been a little less artistic and so some of the more artistic designers have decamp to Paris which is the grandest stage of all but to bring Tom Ford back to bring him at at at the helm of the CFDA which is like the academy range of fashion I'm just means that you know he's already saying I I want you know designers to think internationally I want to shorten the schedule soon so it's no longer you know eight nine days of New York fashion week it's it's five to six days it's been condemned and which is great and I think people are just taking it a bit more seriously you know he means business Tom Ford and by the way I he made quite a splash last night showing at a de commissioned New York subway station that's where he showed his fashion show last night you know people are always trying to do something interesting and new and and fresh and Tom Ford always seems to come up with something. right that's so weird you that was one of you in my questions once upon a time all the shows are under a big tent either at night Stratton west village or in Bryant prior car right now really interesting location Sir Tom Ford and a commission decommission subway station what have been some of the other interesting places well you know Tory Burch showed princess Diana inspired collection Sunday morning at the Brooklyn Museum you know that designers tend to like downtown locations you know I think the the it's it's it's cooler items considered cooler you know Vera **** just showed on. the Trinity place at the old Lehman Brothers building and this morning at eleven I'm either designers are busy so basically for for people like retailers and editors and and reporters like myself it just makes it a little bit harder because you're and either a subway or a new over I in uncomfortable shoes in an inappropriate day outfit like if we're going to visit. running around the city all day trying to get to shows but but listening it it it makes it more interesting one of the most highly anticipated shows was and diet was connection with Tommy Hilfiger that's worked together before why was this one such a hotly anticipated show first of all you know Tommy hill figure for the past seven seasons has been doing something that most designers don't do so so remember I think just for context that when the clothes you're seeing on the runway right now are for spring summer twenty twenty they will be in the stores for another six months what Tommy has done he is he said you know what I'm doing a show for the Instagram age for Gen Z. this is seen now by now so the moment these clothes hit the runway was in dire who has sixty two million followers on Instagram of you know they're available to buy you can click and by on Instagram and I was actually texting with Tommy this morning and said how's it selling you said it's doing great you know so tell me the reason why it was a big deal was because Tommy is a big name and he hasn't shown in New York in about three years he's taken his show on the road with these obscene now by now collections and he's partnered with people like send diet sixty one point seven million followers on Instagram Gigi Hadid the biggest model of the moment forty nine point five million followers on Instagram and these collections are selling out as a result so it was a super smart business decision and Tommy Hilfiger yes he's a designer but he's an even better businessmen and it was initially was held up town and right at the Apollo it was at the Apollo theater yes and you know he's had a long you know a long history with supporting musicians a lot of musicians have worn his clothes over the years and so it was a natural thing he has this love of the Apollo theater so it's a great place for him to show his collection Ashley Graham another model who's got a bit Gillian followers on Instagram is right one of the show yes plus size models Jessica. currently quite pregnant yes is this idea of size inclusivity has it permeated New York fashion week it yet just big thing on Instagram it's such a big thing culturally well yes and no so Tommy showed several plus size model on his runway Ashley Graham being the biggest name. Michael course was the first to do it only a few seasons ago and I remember I was at that show it was a big deal it was a little surprising welcome but surprising at the time now everyone's doing it now does that mean that designers are actually making clothes that are bigger largely now you know you can't go to a department store and and find anything above a size fourteen maybe above a size twelve and you know seventy percent of American women are a size fourteen or above the average American woman is between a sixteen and eighteen and so you know that there was actually something which I went to last week and called the curvy con and was basically a shopping mall set up for only plus size women and plus size clothing and people came from all over the country simply because they don't have anywhere to go to shop and it's really sort of sad you know it's seventy percent of American women why are they being served as also a las business opportunity but leaving money on the table. and so I think they're finally designers are finally coming around to it it's taken a long time my guest is fashion journalist and Lena chamber talk about New York fashion week okay sustainability seem to be a big buzz word yes no how do we see it well I think the way I I explained it to your producer was a lot of people are talking the talk not yet walking the walk yes it's a very big issue right now sustainability who's you know who isn't talking about climate change you know whether it's presidential politics are on the fashion runways however I would say only a few designers are actually walking the walk there was one designer who who I'll be honest with you so newt name escapes me showed all the entire collection one hundred looks with all recycled materials. that's not really happening the largely and I think that that's something that the industry really has to look at you know it's something that Anna Wintour had mentioned she's really watching for on the runway let's hope it happens more in the same way that I hope the designers make larger size clothing. let's talk about trends and what you've seen what it what well what's emerging well you know it's it's first remember these clothes are for spring and summer of next year and so this year there's a lot of color up for spring and summer there typically is more color but what's interesting is that there's more color monks does hikers who don't typically show color so so right so color is a big theme this season I was speaking to Linda Fargo his it was a big way get at Bergdorf Goodman and Julie Gil heart who's a big fashion consultant and they were both talking about color but Julie mentioned something to me just a couple of minutes ago which was interesting and she said you know I think the biggest trend honestly is diversity and she said and I don't mean on the runway I'm mean diversity amongst the designers themselves who are getting the spotlight so brands like higher mas like look Kwan Smith I mean these this is very very important you know we're we're not seeing you know we're we're seeing largely white men designing for a variety of women right across the spectrum and and to see a diverse group of designers is something that we've been waiting for for a long time it's finally happened little little by little who are some of the rising stars well I can only speak for my for your. that's fine okay in my opinion I'm there are a few designers who I really like your new there's there's a at a design house called Kate K. H. A. I. T. E. which is only been around for a couple of seasons but it's it's a design house that has a strong point of view it's well priced for luxury which I relax I like and I appreciate and it's something that a lot of the retailers and the editors are talking about as their favorite brand right now Gabrielle Hearst is a designer she is a Hearst of but she she's she's quite good and she's gone the notice of LVMH the largest fashion conglomerate they invested in her and she was only a couple of years old at that point and so she's really someone that I'm paying attention to and I like very much I happen to be wearing a Gabrielle Hearst dress today thank you with love very much thank you very much. no longer leave with some tears so come from our love how soft and I give you a hug. okay useful sanju holding thank you Greg darted RTO and there's this other designer who is so fascinating I don't know how wearable his clothes. but you know Tomoko Izumi he's a Japanese designer fresh on the scene but someone who is being championed by a well known stylist Katie grand and you know it doesn't have a lot of money remember the shows are expensive to put on some Marc Jacobs actually gave him his uptown store so that he could tell macos in we could show his collection and he showed it on one model who changed during the presentation now is brilliant it was really brilliant and only showed six or seven looks I mean it's all made of tool in our dance and it's all cut the kind of look like cupcakes I guess not again not sure how wearable they are but he's someone who's on the radar of a lot of people including editors and retailers and so on so there is some excitement in New York it's coming back I think anybody surprise you anything surprise you any trend and no not not yet I'll be honest with you I haven't been to as many shows as I typically go to because I was out of town and it was work king. but working on other things but but I'm really looking forward to the next couple of shows tonight as Oscar de la Renta which I always love and I love to Mr DiLorenzo when he was still alive and and so I'm looking forward to that.

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"katie grand" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"katie grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight hundred and forty five dollars. Lovat how long did that take? Well, we started this journey forty five months ago. We didn't know about you forty five months ago. We just knew we wanted to be debt free. But when I started listening to radio show eighteen months ago, we paid off within the last eighteen months sixty three thousand six hundred ninety six dollars. So what's your range of income in the last forty five months? Started off at household of fifty one thousand with the two of us and we were down zero for a little while. And then now we're at eighty five thousand cool, what do y'all do for a living? I'm a truck driver. I haul gas marathon, and I'm a domestic engineer with a side hustle love at very good. Very good. So what kind of debt was ninety four thousand dollars? Well, it was like everybody else. It's all the normal stuff. We had cars credit cards medical bills studio only all small student loan when I went and got my CDL old parents money furniture. And I guess our craziest thing we actually finance with a golden doodle which was like twenty seven hundred dollars with the dog and everything is the dog still alive. No, we actually got rid of it two weeks later because we realize we didn't have a conducive living environment. 'cause we lived in like a small box of an apartment in Florida. And we we ended up getting rid of it and took a huge loss on us. Oh, so your payments on a dog. You don't have. Yeah. Pretty much. Yeah. Gosh, you guys are. I mean, you may. Every possible. Wow. Golden doodle for twenty seven hundred dollars in our living conditions aren't conducive. Oh my gosh. All right fun. So tell me the story what happened that got you guys on board. You went okay, we're gonna we want to get out of the land of stupid, and we want to visit the land of smart. Well in short, it was basically the our biggest why was this excuse me? It was our daughters. Our daughter was born nineteen months ago. You know, after she was born I knew we had to do something to get out of debt because we wanted to do we wanted to give her the life that she deserves. And we didn't want her to see her parents battle with foreclosure and bankruptcy. Like I had to do with my parents. I've had to see them go through that. And so that was the biggest lie. You can't really get rid of those. If the living environment isn't conducive. And just the excuse me. Just a back backpedal just a little bit further than that. Even before that before my, you know, I was living in Florida, and I was working for my stepfather at the time. And fortunately, he ended up taking his own life student you severe money issues. And I ended up finding him. It was a pretty it was pretty bad situation in just between that you know, seeing what my parents had to go through. You got big wakeup calls a new baby. And a suicide why? That's eighteen months ago. That's when it lifts you up. So what did you guys do when you got lit up? Now, the baby gives you the motivation. We're going to do this. We're getting out of this mess and sixty three thousand of the ninety goes in eighteen months. I mean, you guys went hard. Then didn't you? Yeah. I mean, really all ahead. All it really took was dressed looking our daughters is I mean that was really the biggest thing, and I knew we had to do something because my wife, she wants she wants her little girl to go to Catholic school the same school. She went to you know, when she grows up, and you know, obviously, that's not cheap. And I told her I it wouldn't be nice just to pay for this in cash rather make payments and be stuck with other payments owing other people, and she was like, yeah. And so that ultimately was the biggest sell for her. So what did you do? We'll tell people what the main thing you gotta do if you want to pay off sixty three thousand and eighteen months making eighty five grand. Definitely a lot of sacrifice. Definitely agree with that. And you know, really coupled with that is you gotta have that huge. Why I'm just like he always, you know, talk about on the show. Dave, you gotta have a huge. Why that come to Jesus moment? What did you really? You know, you gotta come to reality with the numbers and said that budget when I when we listed the the amount of debt, we had the tightrope that he was just amazing just how much we had when we actually labeling elicited on paper. And you know, you can't you can't get where you want to be. If you don't already know where you're at. So you got to really come to reality with those numbers. What did you sell? Well, really the biggest thing that we had to sell after we bought it. Like, I said was that that Dan dog do because I know you make the joke on a store author on the on the show all the time, you know, sell everything you don't to the point where the dog thinks it's an actual literally the dog was gone. There was not a joke. And did you saw cars. Well, yeah. Well, see really long story short on that before I met my wife. I had I bought a finance that two thousand nine months things ET. Oh, yeah. That was that was kinda cool at the time. But stupid now thinking back on it had an impulse buy moment. Three year. Three years later got a two thousand thirteen Mustang GT when now when my wife, and I are together we got rid of that to try to save money. And this is you I always say you can't outsmart stupid. Well, I thought I can do that by trading in that Mustang for a pickup truck because I thought I could save money each month on our payment. Why did but ultimately put myself a little further in debt in the long run? So that was really dumb. So yeah, I had three new cars. And when we figured out our daughter was born we ended up doing our last roll over. We got rid of the pickup truck and got to pre owned cars rolled over the negative equity among those, and which is the Ford fusion in the Ford Focus in anyway, make a long story short. We paid those. Often we were done with that cycle. Because I realized how stupid that is. Wow. Good for you. This is fun. You guys got to be bright future. How old are you? I am thirty one. I am almost eighty one. All right. Good for you. How's it feel not only to get control? Which is biggest thing that happened with you guys because you were just out of control on every front cars, and golden doodles and everything and then not only did you get not only did you get control. But then you you not only got control, but you wrestled it all the in the ground and got out of debt. How's that feel it feels it just feels liberating and just feels fairly just it feels really good? I mean when we when we made our last payment, which is on her car. So yeah, I paid off my car literally this this past January this year, which it had only like five thousand some odd hours after I had some money. You know, we had some money I'm like, which not this out. And then I got a bonus, and then our tax refund and we had a. About you know, we kind of did things a little goofy. But we had ten thousand dollars in shavings that we had just sitting there, and we didn't want to touch it. Because obviously with our baby. Anyway, long story short. I said, you know, my wife, and I came to an agreement. We said listen to the front this money up front now. Let's wait till we get to the last part of our debt snowball and use it ten grand then because then we know we're outta debt we owe. Nobody anything and then obviously we can rebuild our emergency fund. So that's our last car payment, which was her car. We paid our largest paint was ten thousand eight hundred forty seven dollars and fourteen cents. And we were done with it in February. Congratulations well done. Thank you. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. We want that to be the next chapter in your story that you become millionaires and outrageously generous along the way. And I think you're on your way Jason Katie Grand Rapids, Michigan for ninety four thousand paid off sixty three of which in the last eighteen months. Great story. Fifty one thousand dollar income down zero back up to eighty five along. The journey counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream. Three. Just like that. Doesn't get any better. Ma'am. You know, it's amazing these stories there's always a moment in the story. It's almost like you're watching a movie where there's that moment, and the music changes, believable, you know, where people's lives hit that point. And they go. No more. No more. I'm done. I'm done. I've had it. I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired. Hear those always here that you come right over the top of this story arc and everyone of these stories is really they're they're heroes, man. Heroes. Always say they always say at some point in the story. I've had it. I'm not living like this. This is the Dave Ramsey show..

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"katie grand" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"It's only year. I called because thirty minutes them, and I guess seven hours ago, the love magazine posted morning RAV hashtag morning love. So I guess that's her new less at that. But. Orderly woke up and on Instagram and called eve. I I want you to know that we're not doing patent. I guess we're morning of. So definitely a who. I'm not even sure that we can call it yet. Because I don't know love ACA with her and depend on by. I love this mystery. Because basically this had been something that we were wondering about, but we weren't the only ones wondering about it because there is an entire profile of love magazines, new editor in chief, Katie grand avenue. Founded it we too. She just took a turn. She was the original. She was new clearly didn't read this that closely. Anyways, business business of fashion. My new favorite publication reported this out they interviewed her and they were like what happened a love advent. And she's like hashtag metoo. She was like what are you talking about? What's avenue? I don't know. But it was great because they. The Bucatini as their main like love advent like they harped on the Bucatini. An you know, we love the Bucatini cannot do cotinine twenty eight teen. It's it's we're to for twenty eight team for two from obtaining, look at loves evolution alongside the Instagram generation of their of their models, the jenner's and Hadid's Carly's Carrozza stella's became their club magazine on self conscious chronicle of their world and play, but the climate changed post hashtag metoo a laundry Claude Emily radicchio ski Lou Lou Lou Brown. Just can you can you. British Asli, Lou brew racially. Wow. Never heard that before I've never said that would end my life. Blink have you read it even before I think, maybe I said, I've never said it loop racially slurping spaghetti in last year's advent counter was no longer quite the easy, breezy image of female empowerment that was intended when it was filmed earlier in the year. So like, I would say like we hit love advent when it got to its head like when it came to his head at the Bucatini. We were like this is absurd. And even love Adleman editor entries was like, you know, what pretty absurd like, I know. So she basically stopped and like pivoted to something else. Which really funny is that model Ashley Graham posted her her leg moving love or whatever they're doing now like different she tagged. It love advent and everybody was like girl like we're not like that's wrong, branding we're woke. No, it's not love. I called him stand. Why was why the title was changed?.

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"katie grand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Well how long ago did you move your mom and dad it's been about a month i have a thirty year old daughter okay and so if i were talking to her with the limited information i've gotten in two minutes from you saw in other words i don't know you extremely well but i'm hearing several key things going on you've been through a really traumatic wounding hurtful experience and process and it's going to take you a little time to heal from that so i would personally encourage you not to make a major career or educational path decision right now while this is all rawal i would give yourself about a year to heal and during that year let's poke around on let's go and get get back in the job market and get your good position making sixty or seventy thousand a year we're not i'm not saying that the rest of your life i'm saying give your emotions and your your spirit time to recover you'll may make a better decision because you know things are pretty raw around you right now or your psychopath one of the two if you don't have some weird moments and every day right now with what you've been through then then you've got issues you're not a human okay and so you know so give yourself a little time and during that year join a nonprofit and volunteer coaching young women go by the domestic violence shelter and offered a volunteer coach and sit and talk write a blog use your writing skills on some of your experiences and your thoughts as you as you spend this year healing and so exercise some of the muscles in the area that you think you wanna move into that will keep you energized moving in the right direction and with the information you gather by exercising those muscles the experiences you have during that year with that with the healing and with some money that you'll pile up during this year you can make some really good quality decisions about this time next year about what you wanna do but there is nothing on fire here that says you have to start school and go get your your phd in psychiatry site kaya today as a matter of fact i think that'd be a much steak today to make a decision that's that big and that heavily invested based on the fact that you've got a heart for hurting people because you've been through hell and i think it's wonderful you got a heart for hurting people larry crabb says the best of us that are healers including me are wounded he wrote a book called wounded healers and those of us that walk with a limp because we've had something happen to us or brought it on our selves as in my case we'll go broke in my twenties i having to start over those of us that walk with a limp we are better healers because we understand when somebody's hurting understand people when they're hurting scared financially like people that have never been there don't and you can intellectually grasp it but when you've been where you ban you see things differently and i've never been where you've been you've never been where i've been but we see things through different eyes after that so i think god will use this hard time in your life and use you to be a healer in the future which is what you're desire is but let's give it a little time to decide exactly how tactically how that's going to manifest itself and go mike katie grand next year and bank all of it and get yourself out on your own you know be a self sufficient confident competent young woman that regains her confidence after an abusive thing that's an important step and that's what i would tell my own thirty year old daughter is let's decide today not to not to decide but to begin to take little baby steps in the right direction exercise some of those muscles and i think there's a lot of wisdom in that you're going to do what you're to but that's what i would do if i woke up in your shoes or if i heard this from my own daughter that's what i would tell this is the dave ramsey show.

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"katie grand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"katie grand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Thank you we've got a copy a chris hogan's book which are inspired for you we want that to be the next chapter in your story that you become millionaires and outrageously generous along the way and i think you're on your way jason and katie grand rapids michigan ninety four thousand paid off sixty three of which analysed eighteen months great story fifty one thousand dollar income down to zero back up to eighty five along the journey counted down let's zero debt free scream one more day truce liked that moon doesn't get any better ma'am you know it's amazing these stories there's always a moment in the story it's almost like you're watching a movie where there's that moment and the music changes but mobil you know where people's lives hit that point and they go on no more no more i'm done i'm done i've had it i'm sick and tired of being sick and tired you hear those i always fear that flat you come right over the top of that story arc every one of these stories israeli their their heroes ma'am heroes always say they always say at some point the story i've had it i'm not living like this this is the dave ramsey show the new.

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