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"katie kay" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

05:49 min | Last month

"katie kay" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"Thank you. This was really fun. Talk to you soon. Okay. So if there's anybody else that wants to join, oh, we have a speaker request. Katie Kay, Katie Kay. Here we go. We'll do one more one. Oh, hello. Thank you. That is miss chimichurri. My airedale terrier. Wow. We are first time callers longtime listeners from Seattle. Yeah, so obviously it's summer thinking about skin as somebody with pill choices players. Always trying to look for a good exfoliant. And I would love to give a call out to topicals. It actually works. It's amazing. They have called high roller. It's so good back of the arms, bikini line, any areas where you need a little extra chemical exfoliation, highly recommend it. I got mine from Sephora. It also is very aesthetically pleasing. So something to keep in mind. Katie, we love small. We love topicals. Excellent decision. Right when you said topical Sarah and I are on Zoom right now, looking at each other and we both shook our heads like, yes. Yes. Love to hear it. Well, thank you, ladies so much and happy summer. Happy summer, Katie. Thank you so much. Kirby, have you tried their new topicals brightening and clearing mist? Oh, no, I haven't. I have not either, but it has gotten rave reviews, and we had someone from our refinery team, try it, and it worked so incredibly well. I mean, all of their products have worked for me, the ones that I've been able to try. So I'm not surprised at all. Obviously, we had the founders on the pod right when they kind of launched a couple of months after. That was that 2020. Was that 2020 or 2021? I can't even remember at this point. I think it was 2020. Yeah, 'cause it was right when they first launched. Yeah, and they were just so incredibly alumni day. She's what? Like 28 or something that she's so young. I mean, probably. She's a genius. Yeah, she really is. Good for her.

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"katie kay" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"katie kay" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Here's Katie Kay from the BBC Another far left outlet over there She does the same thing Acting perplexed and confused that the big government that they all kissed the butt of is so incompetent that they can't even handle a baby formula crisis It's not Joe yeah Joe Biden is uniquely unqualified I'll give you that But surely there are people around him who know what they're doing And the answer is what they're doing is intentionally destroying this place They can't help you know that So they got to make it out that no no it's just a character flow at this administration here Listen to this check check out catty K from the BBC Take a step back The idea that the United States of America is having to import baby formula from Switzerland because mothers are running down to one can or even less to try and feed their babies They literally can not feed their babies and this is in 2022 The world's biggest military the world's biggest economy can't get baby for me a lot of people just seems frankly it seems kind of unbelievable If somebody had told this to me a couple of months ago I would have never believed that this was going to happen This headline started cropping up two or three weeks ago And two or three weeks ago there wasn't very much attention being paid to this The first story is I saw about it back then I thought I hope The White House is on this because this has the potential to blow up in their faces politically in a very big way And of course much more importantly it is causing huge amounts of stress to parents

Katty Kay: U.S. Having a Baby Formula Shortage Is 'Unbelievable'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 3 months ago

Katty Kay: U.S. Having a Baby Formula Shortage Is 'Unbelievable'

"Here's Katie Kay from the BBC Another far left outlet over there She does the same thing Acting perplexed and confused that the big government that they all kissed the butt of is so incompetent that they can't even handle a baby formula crisis It's not Joe yeah Joe Biden is uniquely unqualified I'll give you that But surely there are people around him who know what they're doing And the answer is what they're doing is intentionally destroying this place They can't help you know that So they got to make it out that no no it's just a character flow at this administration here Listen to this check check out catty K from the BBC Take a step back The idea that the United States of America is having to import baby formula from Switzerland because mothers are running down to one can or even less to try and feed their babies They literally can not feed their babies and this is in 2022 The world's biggest military the world's biggest economy can't get baby for me a lot of people just seems frankly it seems kind of unbelievable If somebody had told this to me a couple of months ago I would have never believed that this was going to happen This headline started cropping up two or three weeks ago And two or three weeks ago there wasn't very much attention being paid to this The first story is I saw about it back then I thought I hope The White House is on this because this has the potential to blow up in their faces politically in a very big way And of course much more importantly it is causing huge amounts of stress to parents

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"katie kay" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"katie kay" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Let Dana would you think 844-484-3872 the Dan bongino show You know before I get back to that topic don't you find it a little ironic Elon Musk tweets out You know I'm not done with the Democrats for now I'm going to be a Republican They're the party of division and hate the Democrats And what happens The Democrats respond with a bunch of hate filled just read the Twitter stream We're not the party of hate you liar No no good job You're right You prove me wrong Every time But what I was talking about before is that the media's coverage of Biden I don't want you to be fooled as it starts to turn here because it is starting to turn And it's got nothing to do with benevolence or limb being philanthropic or trying to actually act like journalists and tell you the truth is because they need to save liberalism So they have to create a fork in the road where the next generation of kids watching this abysmal horrific failure of the human being He's failing because he's practicing liberalism The media has to create this schism here to make you believe it's about him It's about Joe Biden being uniquely unqualified not about the governing system It's the only way to save it What they don't want is the South Florida Cuban American effect Where people who grow up around a system that's a failure IE socialism in Cuba and come to the United States despite the best efforts to create identity politics schisms within them on the left and the Cuban community Cuban Americans in Florida largely vote Republican because they've seen the failure So the media's job now is to protect liberalism at all costs and if that means throwing Joe Biden and his administration under the bus they'll do it This is not an act of integrity or philanthropy or benevolence or anything Jim queue up for me cut to Here's what I mean Here's Katie Kay from the BBC Another far left outlet over there She does the same thing Acting perplexed and confused that the big government that they all kissed the butt of is so incompetent that they can't even handle a baby formula crisis It's not Joe yeah Joe Biden is uniquely unqualified I'll give you that But surely there are people around him who know what they're doing And the answer is what they're doing is intentionally destroying this place They can't help you know that So they got to make it out that no no it's just a character flow at this administration here Listen to this check check out catty K from the BBC Take a step back The idea that the United States of America is having to import baby formula from Switzerland because mothers are running down to one can or even less to try and feed their babies They literally can not feed their babies and this is in 2022 The world's biggest military the world's biggest economy can't get baby for me a lot of people just seems frankly it seems kind of unbelievable If somebody had told this to me a couple of months ago I would have never believed that this was going to happen This headline started cropping up two or three weeks ago And two or three weeks ago there wasn't very much attention being paid to this The first story is I saw about it back then I thought I hope The White House is on this because this has the potential to blow up in their faces politically in a very big way And of course much more importantly it is causing huge amounts of stress to parents Folks this is a government created crisis just tell people the truth Stop blaming it on Biden immediate and start blaming it on Biden and the big government policies liberals and swampy Republicans keep pushing It is a fact It's not a matter of opinion that the government created this crisis The laboratory that produces 40% of the baby food was shut down for a bacterial outbreak that they can't prove happened at that lab Did anybody ever think to say to themselves hey if we shut this production factory down for baby formula that produces 40 out of every 100 bottles of baby formula in the United States that may create a problem Did anyone ever think about that The answer is no No Because government is not situated to solve your problems It's what Hayek called the fatal conceit the idea that these anointed ones is Thomas sole referred to them and government have some kind of special knights of the round table like intellect that they can solve your problems when the hard reality is that they're typically morons That's why they're going and working in some of these positions because they couldn't figure out how to operate in a private sector Listen there's a lot of heroes in our military folks A lot of great solemn law enforcement people and there are some decent public servants out there who care But the hard reality folks is large swaths of them don't give a damn They just want to get reelected and they just want to go and sit at a desk for 8 hours a day and collect a paycheck They create government created this problem They shut up a production factory down had no backup plan and by the way this wasn't only Democrats Notice I didn't say Democrat government It's a Democrat in charge now They're running the place and they can fix it But swampy Republicans played into this too There's a 17 something percent tariff on imported baby food and then wick checks So the WIC program that gives mothers money for food and stuff for babies The WIC program has specific state contracts So where there's a state with a lot of people who are getting wick money supermarkets only carry the wick brand Do we see how the nexus to this entire problem the government has labeling requirements for baby formula from Europe Yep maybe think about waving those before you shut the lab down like did anybody think this through man.

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"katie kay" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"katie kay" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"But all their bathrooms are not usable. So they're going to the other side of the island. Would you mean. I guess over the next peak that we didn't go up How many bathrooms. oh so. There's only three bathrooms anissa part of the island where nudie lives and other side. There's like about three hundred or something. Oh dear let's go to if we go up this side of its later which i got a bad feeling about sia. It's not good Why don't you sit nudie free to go usa restroom and social manner. Low awo nudie already winning my bank my may hand again at wiped pants Okay okay if we just cra clear this crests if we crawl oh goodness lady which they're slick thirty ships there and realize there was a whole nother harbor on this side of the smiths. We're on the other side of this miss yellowy. Which were there's a harbour there and looks like already collecting all the nudie pu. There's hundreds of people collecting new and there's brandy coming through alone. No cauldron okay. So wha- brandies to supervise things Where do you think that cocker is. I don't know da. I think we should go back. I'm assuming shall return the cauldron and she keeps it on the ship or something. Well we'll have to make our way down and and get to the cauldron. I we should get some rest though and all of us should since we don't socially use the restroom we should hydrate and use the restroom and then we'll sneak back on that cauldron and i'll try to come up with a plan with the two of you after we it's some rest to. How does that sound sounds good lady which sounds good lady which beer to go yeah. Let's get some rest okay. Good thank you. Became a patron recently glitch clerk katie. Thanks the next thing. Jackie christina and sarah thank you thanks thanks and good night. Jessie stephen and matthew. thanks thanks. good night karen judy. And katie. thank you. Thanks and good night paul. Jillian devan thanks. Thanks and good night. Tangle josh and christine thank you thanks thanks good night. You're joe cheyenne and donna. Thank you thanks. Thanks tonight. Laura dylan enj- innell thank you thanking innate alexandru sue and lee. Thank you thanks. Thanks tonight an stasiak carmen. And spencer thanks. Thanks thanks. eight jewelry. Kirsten and leonard. Thank you thanks. Good night her. Tricia ralph and melissa sir thank you. Thanks thanks unite. Katie kay and. Emily thank you thanks. Thanks katrina the still in. Dan thank you. Thanks thanks innate. Maureen rain alexandra in bo. Thanks thanks tonight. Charles kelley introver- thank you thanks. Thanks thanks innate..

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"katie kay" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"katie kay" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Good morning and welcome to way too early the show that is proud to see another glass ceiling shattered. I'm Katie Kay on this Tuesday August 24th and we'll start with the news. With an August 31st deadline now just one week away. President Biden is facing mounting pressure to extend the evacuation mission in Afghanistan. At a virtual meeting with G 7 leaders later this morning, some of America's top allies will reportedly press the president to keep U.S. troops at the Kabul airport passed August to U.S. officials tell NBC News that President Biden is expected to make a decision later today on whether to extend that deadline. The U.S. Military has informed The White House that will take three to four days to get the roughly 6000 troops and remaining embassy staff out of Kabul that would mean the U.S. would need to start moving troops out by the end of this week in order to meet that August 31st deadline. A spokesperson for the Taliban told Sky News yesterday that the United States would be crossing a red line if the Biden administration kept troops in August past that date. Here's what national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters yesterday yesterday when he was asked about the deadline. As I said, we are engaging with the Taliban consulting with the Taliban on every aspect of what's happening in Kabul right now. On what's happening at the airport on how we need to ensure that there is facilitated passage to the airport for American citizens. Third country nationals and so forth will continue those conversations with them. Ultimately, it will be the president's decision how this proceeds no one else's. Meanwhile, the U.S. is ramping up evacuations in Kabul nearly 11,000 people were airlifted out during a 12 hour period yesterday and that brings the total number of people evacuated to approximately 48,000 since August 14th. Following a classified briefing late last night, House intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff expressed doubt that evacuations in Afghanistan could be completed by the end of this month. I think it's possible, but I think it's very unlikely. Given the number of Americans who still need to be evacuated, the number of SIV is the number of others who are members of the Afghan press civil society leaders, women leaders, it's hard for me to imagine all of that can be accomplished between now and the end of the month. Meanwhile, The White House press secretary Jen Psaki had a sharp response to Fox News reporter yesterday who criticized the Americans in Afghanistan, saying they were, quote, stranded. First of all, I think it's irresponsible to say Americans are stranded. They are not. We are committed to bringing Americans who want to come home home. We are in touch with them via phone, via text, via email, via any way that we can possibly reach Americans to get them home if they want to return home. There are no Americans stranded is The White House's official position on what's happening in Afghanistan. I'm just calling you out first thing that we are stranding Americans in Afghanistan when I set when we have been very clear that we are not leaving Americans who want to return home. We are going to bring them home. And I think that's important for the American public to hear and understand. Now contributor at new lines magazine and author emron farrows. His most recent book has been published in Germany titled the longest war 20 years of the war on terror. And when you look at the situation on the ground, you know The White House is meeting to make a decision on this deadline of August the 31st today. What's your sense of what President Biden is going to do about that deadline? Well, I think we should be clear about what happened during the last weeks and months, the U.S. brought itself to this mess, and now it's difficult to solve it. I mean, I think it's rather unrealistic equation would be finished within the week if the announcement is final and this will really be the final deadline. It will just cause much more panic and much more crowds of Afghans will run towards the kabu airport. There is still a huge chaos over there. And to be honest, I don't know how to solve it now. The U.S. did many mistakes during the last month and actually years and brought itself to this mess. The Taliban have said publicly that this August 31st deadline is what they're calling a red line. What do you think their calculations are, though, behind closed doors? I mean, in some ways, if the U.S. extends the deadline, does the Taliban then have an excuse to say, look, the U.S. has broken the deal, we have a right now to retaliate against Afghan who are trying to leave or against U.S. forces. They could use it as an excuse for violence in effect. Yes, they could use it. I don't think that they will attack U.S. forces because it would be not the benefit for them because the Taliban won the deal with the U.S.. They got the withdrawal. It would be kind of stupid for them to find a new fight with the Americans, but the people who are now the targets are the Afghans because the Taliban controlling all the areas outside of the airport there are several thousand checkpoints and for these Afghans, it will be much more difficult to pass these checkpoints. It's already a huge chaos over there and probably the Taliban think that they will get much more political legitimation from the U.S. and other countries if they play, but I think that the other side, including the Americans, should also use this to put some pressure on them because otherwise it will be just a more peace meant the Americans did a lot during the last month. Emir and I've been hearing from Afghans who are stuck, I'm sure you have been hearing from Afghans who are stuck particularly those who are not even yet in Kabul. What do you think the situation is going to be for them if the Americans sit stick to this 31st of August deadline? And they can't get all of those Afghans who have helped or worked with U.S. or NATO allies out before the U.S. forces leave. There's already huge panic in this very moment. I'm in touch with people who work with not forces I'm in touch with former Afghan soldiers, all of them are hiding themselves. They fear that the Taliban will find them soon. And I and other colleagues, Friends of mine relatives of mine. We all busy to try to find ways to get them out. But I think, you know, I also already told some of them that let's be realistic, I don't think that all of this will work within a week. And it's very pessimistic because of course we don't know what will happen to them. They don't have any place to go afterwards. I mean, a lot of Afghans who can't go who can't leave in these days, the total majority of them will stay in the country, but a lot of them are already thinking of going to Iran or to Pakistan and living there is refugees because they don't know much about the country's future. And how the violence and everything will take shape. But especially the people who will not be evacuated, I think I don't have any optimistic analysis for what will happen to them and it's really depressing for me and for many other people who are involved in this. Okay, I'm Ron Farrell's. We thank you very much for joining us and do spare thought this morning all of you for those people who are managing to get out and leaving everything else behind and of course for those people who are still.

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"katie kay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"katie kay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kitty O'Neil KFBK afternoon News on news 93.1 KFBK now trending House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, defending his son for having his wedding in December is Corona virus cases surged in California and a Facebook post today. The Republican says he does not regret the wedding, adding they cut the guest list from 300 down to 13. He also lashed out of the Los Angeles Times for sharing photos and videos of him at the event without a mask saying was an opportunity. To disparage a Republican. Impeachment trial of former President Trump continued today near the top of the session, Impeachment manager representative Diana Day Get of Colorado, warning that another attack could happen. We must uphold our oaths. As the tens of thousands of law enforcement officers have done in the wake of January, 6th. Because if we do not President Trump's mob stands ready for more attacks, is she right? Katie Kay's legal analyst, Bill Portanova says the extremists on the hard right are concerning the right wing has always been a serious Security problem and United States. They're well trained, organized. They're scary people and their numbers are growing. And I have friends in the homeland security. Is this? Of course at the federal level, and the right wing is something we need to worry about. Because there are attacks are organized. Their attacks are politically motivated. The attacks are targeted, and their attacks have been the biggest whether it's the Oklahoma federal building or this on the camp, and when these people get off the couch and get rolling Yeah, you really do have to worry. Also during the trial today, impeachment manager representative Ted Lieu of California said Trump has refused to own any part of the Capitol building breach. President Trump's lack of remorse. Refusal to take accountability after the attack. Poses its own unique and continuing danger. It sends the message. That it is acceptable. Incite a violent insurrection to overthrow the will of the people. And at a press United States can do that and get away with it. Portanova says Elected officials have allowed a mob mentality to grow in the United States and let protesters get away with things. Personally, I think that all the mayors who allowed rioting to go unchecked in their cities for so long, including ours there a lot of responsibility. For the growing energy in the streets, because if you don't draw the line when the mobs are small, and people don't get prosecuted after they're arrested, it just encourages this behavior. And now, sooner or later it comes back, and it comes back to the very people who give into them in the beginning, and that's why mayors all over the West Coast or having their own homes now picketed, vandalized, demonstrated assaulted. These are the same mayors who gave A green light to the demonstrations and tied the hands of law enforcement, Portanova says. Law enforcement is he You take the right and the power to maintain order on the streets. You turn it over to the mob. That's exactly why they're there is to stop mobs, So I feel very strongly that we have invited this level of mob behavior. By disrespecting law enforcement, ignoring laws letting prosecutions go unpunished. And again that is former U. S. Assistant attorney and KFBK legal analyst. Bill Portanova. 6 28 case. Okay, let's.

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"katie kay" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"katie kay" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Riley James. That's a Cadillac's The girl. I love 1956 on Josie and No, It didn't chart Earl Speedo Carol, the lead singer would have turned 83 years old Today. He died in 2012 75 back then you remember, Earl. They often call me Speedo, but my real name is Mr Earl. Lester Navarro, their manager, wrote that she also wrote Speedo and the girl I love and do up anthem that she wrote with Leon Rene done by the Cadillacs and everybody else do up wise. Yeah, Gloria, right? Hope that woman got royalties on that We are talking with someone who actually pays royalties. And isn't that Isn't that wonderful? And who keeps the radio dramas alive? And that's Carl Amari film and television producer director globally syndicated radio show host. It's impossible. You have missed him, and I know absolutely impossible that you have missed. All of these radio dramas because they're they're just priceless. We'll get to Tom from Covington and guy from Ottawa, Illinois. There's room for you, too, as well as 8888765593 88 88, Rollie, But I'm gonna hug Carl. Just a little while longer. So, Karl, I got to ask back. And when you were a kid in the early seventies, what was the first radio drama that act You absolutely captivated you That you were hooked. You're a Gagner. Well, I would have to say suspense because you know, Spencer was on 22 years almost 1000 radio broadcast and I get all the biggest Hollywood stars. No everyone. Humphrey Bogart who feel ball, you know Henry Fonda, Orson Welles. They all appeared on expand. The stories were written by the greatest writers. They had the best directors attack light show and that really, really captivated me and Boston Blackie is another one. I like I'm a big defective dance and I enjoy the Boston fancy Syriza's. Well, I can imagine. Now, when you look at the history of radio, Of course, everyone knows the first commercial station was Katie Kay. And the first thing they brought was the Harding Cox election results, But when you read further, one of the things you find out was one of the first things they did was a radio drama. And that's the part where I'm saying you got to be kidding me. Because I mean, I know some stations were broadcasting, classical music or the opera in person, God forbid, or God knows what else. But when it came to Katie Kay the show I'm trying to think of the name of it because it was so out there was something like a rural education history or something. Are you aware of that show on what the heck was it, you know? No, but but Katie Kay carries my show now, so I'm very grateful to them. But, yeah, you know, there was like back then. And you know, we're talking probably the late twenties, early thirties. Radio drama wasn't really fully formed yet. So they were kind of experimenting, Rick Oh, found the fact. Oh, you know, we could make this sound like a theater in your mind. And so it kind of sort of, uh, developed over the years and really radio drama. Didn't come into it all play until the mid to late thirties. So Katie Kay, I know was experimenting with even a Sherlock Holmes radio show that was, you know, back in the beginning, they just had announcers kind of reading stories out of Hope magazines and things come back. How it sort of more into radio drama. You know, in in its purest form where you have sound effect, multiple people talking And, you know, music and all that, right? Right. Christa, the kitty. Hey, thing that was like 1921. And yeah, there was. There was supposedly some guy in France who had done it before that. I don't know if he's talking to himself in his bedroom or what? But you mentioned the sound effects and all of that. I'm sure you probably watched the show. Start to finish. But do you remember? Remember when Oh, yeah, I love that show. Yeah, never missed it. Rupert Holmes at his finest and that That's something that should be available today and how I how I wish it wass. Fortunately, I preserved just about every episode. But it just pains me that that's not available. My favorite part and why I thought about you mentioned sound effects and their sound effects guy just I laugh, just thinking about the shenanigans that guy went through, but it It wasn't that far from reality. I mean back then you have vent of people using next to nothing, creating some of the best sound effects ever. So, with all the shows you run, what were some of your favorite sound effects? Oh, you know, ice out, which is the really very one really sound effects to it to its degree, right, he said. They were just used No, let's say ah, ah, Hatchet going through Ah, a head of lettuce, or like somebody being decapitated, and they had Europe dripping on a plate was like blood. And I know that was a scary show. But they use sound effects to the 22 really a great degree and suspense to the same thing escape, but You know when you talk about movies or TV that depict the radio show? Did you ever see the movie radio days that Woody Allen? Yeah, that's a really great one about it. Just a terrific movie. It's obvious that that Woody was a fan. You could tell that through and through. All right. We got Tommy. That the really good one. I agree. Louisiana. Welcome to W. A G N radio Tom. Hi rally and have a couple of questions for Karl. Do you remember? CBS show from 47 48 on Sunday night. Call the Bob talk Show. I do know. You know, I don't I don't know.

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"katie kay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"katie kay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A situation that best best. It's a best of the week Saturday on my talk 107. Well. Good morning. Welcome back. Thank you for listening to the Donna and Steve Show on my talk, 1071 everything entertainment she taught, and I just shared a mutual glance. Of discussed what the weather outside is frightful Snow globe There's probably an interest melon, Jascha. It's a snow globe. Really. It's Yeah, the ground is white. The trees there wallowing in the blowing Alone in a blowing. Forget that water. Today's day it is Yeah, that's a that's a bit of us where we like to call crotch shot. Weather term. Got it. Okay, Manny, Who's all Oh, Steve. Oh, Donna, get some bonus tips from our Katie Kay Not I did. I actually did regarding your puppy. Katie Canine is so kind. She sent me this whole packet of information. I've only been able to go through a little bit of it so far, but it's a lot of really helpful information that she teaches through her obedience school. I know many listeners. Diamonds are listening to her on Sundays when she's doing her show right here on my knees, grates. My favorite was this whole just like packet after packet of how to assert yourself as thie, Dominant, the dominate, You know, the pack leader and all that. But also you know, and here's what I've learned on guy loved Katie Canine and she's She comes on twenties Live. I love it when she's on her show. What's What's A little challenging for a dog owner is you have to decide which school of thought you will go with you And yes, A lot of that is probably matching it with your own personality style, also figuring out what is the personality of the pump that you have, but it's similar to parenting right? Some parents never yell. Some parents yell. Some parents only ground some due time out. Some don't do time out. There's all these different ways that you can Try to train up a child. Train up a dog. Okay? Yes. So the main thing that we're dealing with right now. Is biting. So my, um my wife had a frustrating moment with them. We took the Rex to the vet. Yesterday. She took him to the vet and on the way back my daughter. Somehow Rex got off his leash was supposed to be on a leash. In the car so that she could just keep him near her that somehow I don't even we don't even know we can't figure out how the dog off the leash some other dog. It's off the leash and then runs forward. Upto where Mom is driving. The car puts his hands up and he's on there. And then she's like No, Rex. You have to get down. You have to get down. You know you can't come under like where the gas pedal is in the breaking all that She's reaching back, Rex very excited at this point, and with razor sharp teeth, just start her hand. Oh, no. And when he bites it hurts. I mean, these are razor sharp. It feels better when they have their adult teeth in because they've been filed. These ones are just like sharp man. They're sharp. So anyway, we're having this this thing of like the biting. We have the little baby. That's what makes it challenging is the 10 month old Especially we always have to be on the lookout to keep Rex away from the 10 month old. No, So anyway, looking up, puppy biting. So Katie Canine had this tough. I've seen well give give them a chew toy there naturally trying to tee than all that, And there's those air good, but sometimes the situation is just a puppy. Is just biting and not understanding it. So two things that I had learned one was from a YouTube trainer. One was from Katie Canine, the YouTube trainer, said that you can get your hand. Imagine that I was wrapping my four fingers underneath the dog's leash, and my palm is facing in toward the dog's mouth. You get that now Your palm is right up against the dog's mouth, so the dog cannot turn and bite you anymore. Okay? Yep. And then with this, and this is from McCann Dogs on YouTube. They then said you do that. And then if the dog goes to try to bite you, whatyou dio is you sort of give it a quick shake. Like a mom. What if the mom was clutching onto its neck? And like, if you bet the mom too hard, the mom dog will let that dog no quick. That is not okay. You're trying to teach him despite inhibition. So that is a grabbing under their caller, and then it's like a quick shake. And then the dog just looks at you like, Whoa! This person just Did something to me. Which must be the thing that I just did was not okay. Right? So that worked pretty good. I tried it. It worked pretty good. Katie Canine said that if there's really a problem with nipping and puppy biting, that you can use the spray bottle in the spray bottle is that when the dog is going to do it, if you have a spray of auto nearby, then you spray water and it goes right at them. And the idea is that it's a physical stimulation to stop them in their tracks of what they're doing so that they go into what the heck just happened. And then if they do it again, then you do it again. Followed with a no bite. You know, like you're blowing it with the command s. Oh, that's one of the things that I learned, so we got a spray bottle out. Last night. You know what? I used to do a water gun with my cat. He would go up on the table, just skirt. I mean, he just run. You know in the you don't know. It's like coming from God. They don't make a noise. You don't have to yell right? And it doesn't hurt them. And at also saying 00 Tony, there's another thing that I saw, which was people have like the's spray. By the way, I'm in a wreath role of Katie's things My wife is going to, and then we can sort of figure out Okay. What do we want to try to hear, implement really generous of her to send us all these this information. Because we've certainly need it. But there was have you heard of these sprays that it makes a higher histon like Hairspray would? Yes. And then when they're doing something, they're chewing on something. They're biting at something, whatever Utes And then it quickly again startles them gets their attention. And then you follow it up with the command of, you know, no biting or leave it or whatever the appropriate follow up command. Good way to get buddy and Rex to meet each other. They would love the on ly thing is just like you're talking about how a mom would reprimand the puppy. I like that..

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"katie kay" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Lin is a native of Pennsylvania. She went to the University of Pittsburgh. But she Has spent a great deal of time and consumer marketing. From ice cream to wine and then made a successful transition. To health care and is today the CEO of Title 21, which has been named one of the 20 most promising biotechnology solution providers. She has also been named one of the 50 most empowering women in business. Welcome land. Thanks, Tom. Since this is a story about mentors. What is your story? Well, my story goes way back to the neighborhood of Ingemar in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where I didn't realize I didn't even know the word entrepreneur. But I was one and whether it was from my vegetable guarding selling zucchini and the vegetable site crew or two, giving dance lessons for a dollar apiece on Saturday morning on my parents Back porch. I always had that entrepreneurial spirit from a young child. Him. Who were your mentors that lead I mean, you went on to the University of Pittsburgh and your degree of Lee was in communications and Can't be writing in English and all of them who Influenced you to take go down that road. Well, my father and he had a very different path. He kind of grew up at the Aluminum Company of America. Alcoa. Worked as their young, one of their youngest attorneys, who then became the General Council and would always counsel me, You know, not necessarily to go into law because it was quite boring, and he made it very exciting and pivoted his career. To apply his legal mind to murder an acquisition work, so he's always been my mentor in business and at a very early age like a 13. He had to give a speech in a Jamaica and he brought me along with them, and I got to meet the minister of Mines Jamaica and so I grew up around business, and he always had a very creative entrepreneurial mind. But he was a corporate entrepreneur. So after business school And I want to move West because I love the feel of San Francisco. And I joined E and J. Gallo Winery, Because, really, I grew up with the beautiful advertising the How Rainey add advertising that would promote and I want to work for their marketing department. Yet when I was a Gallo, or then dryers and eminent Mars within the wine group I was always a corporate entrepreneur, so I always created things new brands, new businesses, you know, and started from a blank sheet of paper just within the construct. Of a major corporation. Now. I also know that You are a way to use that There's a Johnny come lately in one sense in the sense that From what I understand you did not want to speak or talk to anybody early in your life. Well, I don't know that it was a choice. My But I didn't utter a word until I was about 2.5. And I think you know, my my grand parents were very concerned about me. They thought I was deaf, so they were always startling me with pots and pans are dropping something and see if a jump They were very pleased to see me. Jump s O. They figured out that I wasn't death. But I didn't say much and I think I was just observing. I didn't have Anything brilliant to say at that point, so it taught me like in the boardroom toe listen, and to be a keen observer not only of what people are saying. But how they're saying it and take a more organizational behavior approach and a 30,000 ft level to what's really going on in the company. And your degree again at university, Pittsburgh, Your undergraduate degree was in English writing and communication, communications and What was your big takeaway in your from your four years of pit with regards to the communications? Well, I was very fortunate, and I did a lot of internship. What's while I was at Pitt? I worked in their radio station. I wrote for the pit news. I was on the debate team and I clearly understood. That I didn't want it. And I also interned at Katie Kay, the first TV station. I quickly realized that I didn't want to go into that field and I ended up just kind of My luck becoming a copywriter and working for a very large ad agency. And then the reason I decided to go to business school. It was very simple. I was in many meetings where the client was making all the decisions. They could rewrite the copy if they wanted to. So I thought, what is the fastest way to get in that seat? Ha ha. I'll go get my MBA and focus on marketing. And then I can become the client for the ad agencies and tell them what to dio. We're going to come right back after a break with our guest mentor, Lynn Fisher, who is the CEO of.

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"katie kay" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And nothing is collated organized. It's things I pointed out that I thought, maybe talk about this today. We'll see. But I usually play these out on some type of deck of cards. Order. Not today. So today it is going to Russian roulette. I'm there next to come every Monday to Friday, and that would be 3 p.m. to 6 P.m. Eastern standard time. Thank you for swinging by. So that is the Democratic convention over That was that Was that it, Derek, is there another dares? That's it? Is it overdue? We know there is one more day, okay? One more day to avoid the reality of everything happening. Realistically, I just made that up, feel free to use it, but that's what they're doing. Exactly what they're doing. Case in point. They not They never mentioned once riots Maybe, maybe times tonight. Maybe she lets you know how they do certain themes. Maybe tonight's riot night. But they admit they have not once mentioned the rights that once that wants that once. Yeah. Now we'll get to that in a second, but first Have you ever been to Philadelphia? Philadelphia is very dangerous town. You've got to be very careful. Don't be stupid to go to the wrong places. But there is there's areas of Philadelphia. There's absolutely overwhelming in that you'll stand there in the waves of the Revolutionary War will just wash right over you. That'll bring a tear to your frickin I. It's unbelievable. But one of the things that's there, and that's not what I'm talking about Philadelphia with that second, what reason mentioned you, But if you ever go to Philadelphia, there's a place called the doorstop. The door. Stop, I think is d O r s GOP. And And I don't remember why. I think there's a street called door. Something like that's not like you know something to stick under Endorse. You can't close or open the door Stop. It's a restaurant, and when you look at it and write this down the door stop looking up Philadelphia when you when you look at it if you're in the car, and you're parked in front of your going that don't look special. That's just looks like a The corner. Whatever mediocre joint is to die for its incredible I mean, Oh, my God. You want one of everything on the menu? You really do And when you get what you order, you're going to go. I'm getting chills just thinking about it. Now, the other thing about it is they have all these cool baked goods up by the cash register is they don't have one. And they're Christians. They don't They don't you know, throw in your face. But you realize these people are serious as Christians and they have things on the table about it, but a TTE, the cash register and any really nice I think it's a couple of runs it This is one of those deals where any time we went anywhere, one of our fabulous legendary road trips level and they had every restaurant in almost every city that we're going to pass by. That was of note. She always knew where the cool places were. She'd have reams of paper on him. Summer and filled us and we've got to go to the doorstop. OK, took forever to find it, But we've finally found it just I think those were those days were that it was pre GPS. Well, it wasn't that far back, but we were doing GPS things We're doing stuff off the atlas enough offa ice called Bear Proof maps. Whatever you get the city you get a map of the city. The inner city that is in plastic covers was called bear Proof maps. Anyway, the doorstop and absolutely die for so there is no thought that is because I'd like to free associate and I'm talking about Philadelphia. The Philadelphia right now is in flames or much of it, and I love this headline Left wing Pittsburgh mayor Big fan of black lives matter protestors, but not when they bring all the noise in front of his house. I love when this happens, I really do. It's like it's like rubbing their nose in it. Philadelphia Democrat Mayor Bill Poi toe or something or pay Paducah orders news. Ah! Paducah, Paducah. Ah, Oh, yeah. Ah, when he's probably living to the doorstep instead, he supports black lives matter and defense protests in the city streets to demand much needed reforms. Really? What reforms that they need? You know, you know if we took a step back, and somebody was just of calm, collected mind and they got the attention of the nation and they said Okay, let's let's get riel. What? What reforms do we need? We don't need reforms. Nobody's been discriminated against. And if there's a one off case of discrimination will deal with it. We don't need police reform. The police have been working just fine. The five or 10 people that they did something bad to statistically speaking. So what will take care of that? That shouldn't happen when I say so what it's like That's these are one offs. These are one offs. Got it. Ah, but But nobody will say that they're terrified to say that nobody will say anything like that, because I look at the level this guy's trafficking at evil. He's on their side because they'd be looked at as a racist for not supporting black lives matter and their contention that the entire United States of America's racist You don't buy into that you don't try and fix it. We're buying into that. And we're sorry. We'll fix it. Don't worry, we'll fix it. If you're not of that mind set, you're the enemy to them. You should wear that as a badge of honor, because he's racist mofo czar Straight up Ah insurrectionists and sedition ists. So anyway, the ticket to his house. Ah! The sister of the station's was reported by station. Okay, Katy K is talking about this with Hannah. Second. How is others? Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. Get back up to tape a little little look the door steps in Pittsburgh. I screwed up, and I knew that, but for some reason that tossed toward Philadelphia, it's Pittsburgh. And that's that's insanely cool place on one of three of its rivers Come together. Wow. And you get up on top of the heights there. Oh, I'm free associating it. But Katie Kay, I want to know why. In Pittsburgh station is called Katy K. Everything east of the Mississippi starts with a W. Everything west of the Mississippi starts to the case. So what's up with that? At some point, I'll start doing radio here these things about you know about politics and current events. So this goes on to say the station that be Katy K. Assume. Send a massive protest took place in front of Prado's residence Tuesday night lasted all night. Wow, I bet didn't get any sleep. I would be willing to bet he was setting his house kind of shaking like a leaf on a tree. If he's got a weapon, probably added handy. Probably saying, you know, I don't get paid with weapon because in all of those people in ST Louis, and after all, I'm a kami so we can have that happen. But I bet in his weapon handy a bit. He did. And they have right to have a weapon in Pennsylvania. Ah! They were blown horns using megaphones expressing their desire for the mayor. Mayor's resignation after Saturday arrest of 25 Year old Matthew Curt. I think that's progress card like the jeweler. Who was taken away in an unmarked van by plain clothes officers Now what did he do? What do you want to bet that he's hip of last reproduce something bad? What you want about? Indeed, a number of protesters spent tonight The station said, adding that there were mattresses on the side for I'm trying to find what this guy did was the beef. Come down off the blaze. But aside from that Think about this now. Anybody in law enforcement? Anybody in any type of political office has toe tested always way out. If I do this, I'm going to wind up with thugs on my front lawn that could conceivably be there for weeks..

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"katie kay" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"But when we have a this Katie Kay, this is Katie. Katie. That's in Pittsburgh isn't right. Reported that an officer Was involved in a two vehicle accident over the weekend. Was pinned to the ground by his cruiser. Luckily, Dalen Magli happen to be a father's day in a father's day cookout when he spotted the officer in trouble, he said. I know this man is my brother through Christ, and I couldn't leave him behind. So Mowgli, Russia, the officers side pulled him out from the vehicle right before it caught fire. The officer J. Hanley is currently being treated at hospitals expect to make a full recovery. By the way. I don't know the race of the officer, but I do know the guy pulled him out was black. What a great story it is, isn't it? Black man helping police officer I know there's a stereotype other the black folks hate the police. But that's only been perpetuated by black lives matter, which is a you know what I think about black lives matter that organization, so that's that. It's nice to know that there are good Samaritans out there and I don't know what this guy's gonna catch grief from the community for saving a cop. But he's a hero for crying out loud. So that's what that's that's that and there ought to be more of that going on, folks. We got to get out of our heads. That the police are all bad people. Whatever whatever happened to not stereotyping. I mean, you talk about stereotyping Muslims in an airport and people go ape. And then you stereotype. Every cop is being bad. And I just tell you I know a bunch of cops and the vast majority of great people. This I can tell you. So you know, I guess stereotyping is good. Only when it works for black lives matter. Quick timeout, we'll be back after.

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"katie kay" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"But when we have a this Katie Kay, this is Katy K. That's in Pittsburgh. Is that right? Reported that an officer Was involved in a two vehicle accident over the weekend. Was pinned to the ground by his cruiser. Luckily, Dalen Magli happen to be a father's day in a father's day cookout when he spotted the officer in trouble, he said. I know this man is my brother through Christ, and I couldn't leave him behind. So madly rush to the officers side pulled him out from the vehicle right before it caught fire. The officer J. Hanley is currently being treated at hospitals expect to make a full recovery. By the way. I don't know the race of the officer, but I do know the guy pulled him out was black. What a great story it is, isn't it? Black man helping police officer I know that's a stereotype, either. The black folks hate the police. But that's only been perpetuated by black lives matter, which is a you know what I think about black lives matter that organization, so that's that. It's nice to know that there are good Samaritans out there and I don't know what this guy's gonna catch grief from the community for saving a cop. But he's a hero for crying out loud. So that's what that's that's that and there ought to be more of that going on, folks. We got to get out of our heads. That the police are all bad people. Whatever whatever happened to not stereotyping. I mean, you talk about stereotyping Muslims in an airport and people go ape. And then you stereotype. Every cop is being bad. And I just tell you I know a bunch of cops and the vast majority of great people. This I can tell you. So you know, I guess stereotyping is good. Only when it works for black lives matter. Quick timeout, we'll be back after the.

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"katie kay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We get a look at what's been happening and what we can expect this week with Katie Kay's Brody Fernandez a new development in the impeachment of president Donald Trump Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell confirm with his fellow GOP senators on Tuesday that he does not yet have the votes to block new witnesses in the president's impeachment trial McCullough convene the closed door meeting shortly after trump defense teammates closing arguments at this point there are still several days before the Senate could vote on calling in any potential witnesses that decision would require fifty one votes to pass Republicans can only afford to lose three votes to prevent more debate over those witnesses this pushes a possible vote on the articles of impeachment to sometime next week Brody Fernandez news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and the bodies of all nine victims who died when Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash are now recovered the LA times says the Los Angeles county coroner confirms that all of the remains have been removed from the wrecked helicopter meantime fans calling it in the house that Kobe built have streamed into applause and just outside the staples center in Los Angeles the corona virus outbreak in China having a worldwide impact several nations are telling their citizens not to travel to mainland China has more cases are popping up if he's done for ninety runs down what we know so far Canada's confirming a third case of the new virus from China that sickened thousands of people and killed more than a hundred health officials in British Columbia said Tuesday the man in his forties visited Wuhan China recently arrived in Vancouver last week Francis confirmed a fourth case of the new virus an elderly Chinese tourist who's in intensive care in a Paris hospital the European Union is dispatching two flights to evacuate at least three hundred fifty healthy European citizens from Wuhan Japanese media says a Japanese plane arrived in the Chinese city to bring home two hundred citizens a U. S. chartered plane with Americans from the will hunt consulate and other U. S. citizens is also bringing people home John Byrne eyes a news ninety three point one KFBK leaving after Monday's Supreme Court decision upholding the trump administration's public charge rule California Attorney General have ever Serra and governor Gavin Newsom say they're not done fighting the decision to allow immigration officials to deny green cards to legal immigrants who would qualify for government assistance programs legal analyst bill putting notices California's battle isn't likely to be one in court they are probably really say is that they're not done fighting politically to bring the White House back to the Democratic Party where they hope to have a different policy put enough he says well the attorney general's office may try to get the rule declared unconstitutional the odds of getting the Supreme Court to reverse its decision are pretty long odds along a large crowd gathered at the state capitol this morning in support of repealing AB five that's that employment law that aims to prevent companies from miss classifying its work forces they say it because my blunt house detail musician sign language interpreters of writers were just a few of the speakers on hand to say they've already lost income since A. B. five took a fact Brian Rolston the film composer based in Los Angeles says the law makes it difficult for film producers to hire Californians for jobs stead.

"katie kay" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast

5 for 5 Podcast

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast

"Okay everybody. It's time to get into it as I promised Mike. We're going to sort of make up our own little story today. Oh Man I'm excited. And the story spans our time period nineteen twenty nineteen twenty five old school. Yes and when I figure that we could do is instead of talking about one thing that happened. Just talk about all these cool things happen and our article is going to consist of a collection of of inventions. Oh Wow cool okay. Okay right inventions that were created from nineteen twenty nine hundred twenty five. We're going to tell the listeners. A little story about all the cool stuff. I found excellent. solent you ready to get into the list. I think I am with the first one that we have was invented in nineteen twenty and it was the hairdryer nice very important very important important probably really important for the time right revolutionary. I would think so. Women probably struggled a little bit with not being able to just sort of get their hair dry. I feel like it started businesses probably. Yeah that's true. Whole whole industry like hair industry in general? Yeah exactly some girls were mean with that blow dryer and some weren't and some women are probably scared of it at the time. I mean it looks like kind of like a weapon. That's true in probably meet hellacious noise right right and can you imagine the amount electricity required yeah tons of amps right. Yeah AH probably a fire. Hasn't a huge. You know 'cause lots of fires but definitely important invention for that time period. No question changed the game. Absolutely here goes is another one the first. US radio station. Oh that's a big deal. Yeah nineteen twenty. That was October nineteen twenty. It was Katie. May did any any idea. Idea were Katie K. A. was so it was in Pittsburgh Okay and One of the first broadcast it was an am station was a nineteen twenty harding harding in Cox presidential election result. Oh Wow that must have gone a lot of listeners yet or not that many right shoe because what is it really right at the time There are radio stations but Katie. Kay is the first one licensed as a radio station. Got It got it okay. That's a big deal right. So it's the kind of amateur turning at this point nuclear sort of doing it in their garage or whatever there barn. Yeah like really like as as enthusiasts. It's literally pirate radio. Got It but Katie. Okay as the first one to get licensed. So they're one hundred percent official there hundred percent official the first radio station. Man I mean that's that's in the in the grand scheme of things it's groundbreaking breaking but I can understand that if everything's pirate radio back then how that could just be seen as something that that might be big and might have been Helen Nerdy at the time right right like Super Geeky So the first. US radio station to me I probably had no idea how important they were going to be right. You know there's groundbreaking earth-shattering that was definitely one of them. I mean think about how many people's careers their lives have been found founded founded on upon the radio. Well they must have you know had some sensitive. I'm sure because their first broadcast was presidential. Yeah that's true. I mean presidential in nature Chur. Not because it was related to the actual White House or anything but they were passing on results right right exactly. They at least assumed that it was a news format. Yeah exactly something that could provide information to people. Yeah they had a general understanding of what it's reached could be very basic idea at least the idea how big could be. Oh Gosh no idea. And then we'll how it would transcend the age of the Internet. I mean get Outta here so you WanNa move onto nineteen twenty one one. I do okay in one thousand nine. Twenty one has some cool and we'll start with the lie detector. Oh Gosh that's pretty sweet though if you think about that like so that one was invented by medical nickel student in California interesting. Okay which makes a Lotta sense because it's measures medical data right. Yeah No. I actually saw some old ads for lie detectors when I was reading about this and they sort of Show as if it were gimmicky. Oh Wow okay. Let some hokey little kit right and it makes me wonder her when the invented it if the intent was for it to be related to law enforcement. Oh wow you like how so like well if we see an ad for it as in early thirties forties right. Yeah that's twenty something years after the things invented Sharon. They're selling it as if it's something that you can put around the table for like a dinner inter-party got it. Got It in the House so it makes you wonder how seriously they took the took an how long it took for to integrate in the law enforcement so what was the need. Do you think that somebody came up with this in nineteen twenty one A party Maybe like a party tool. It was fun. Yeah like it was meant to get people like hammered. You know around the the lie detector and start you know telling them stories or getting the truth out of somebody. Maybe I don't know maybe it was something that was designed as a gag would turn turn into something completely different right something just totally novel. Yeah so if the polygraph was meant to be sort of a novel thing a novelty how how did transition you think into law enforcement. Well I could probably controve fictitious story. You know but like I don't know maybe a cop who is in law law enforcement was throwing a wild party and decided to break out the old lie detector tests and started realizing that he was he was really certain Nilsson people on some things somebody incriminated themselves itself motor cocktail. Yeah you know what I mean and the next thing you know it's like Let me see what else I can. You know let's try this. You know the play heart in a loose loose back then you know what I means. We could bring in his little detector and maybe get get something over on someone and all it took was for one judge somewhere to make it admissible. Yeah he got figure out some way somehow. Oh what a paradigm shift right. Yeah exactly I mean that's my like crazy story in take on. I have no basis in in or any foundation as to how it could be that way but That's what I'm going with. You know I'm not GonNa lie them. My kind of scares me a little bit. That you're probably right. I mean. Hey it's the twenties man. Anything can happen back then. Yeah all right well. Let's do one more for nineteen twenty one nineteen twenty one brought us the flow chart whoa. Let's reinvent in thinking right. Let's take all of our steps and not miss any. Yeah that's a huge deal. It really begs the question of how people organize themselves and in large tasks right productions even in things like that. How did they get through it without having a flow chart to show each other? That's really it's it's insanely important. Horton for any major. Creative Endeavor I think that It was meant to be sort of a process Chart like from the perspective of love strictly like educated analysis. I don't think he was meant to be everybody. Because the sort of presented like it was a form of Algorithm. Okay okay so like this is a an algorithm approach if this then that if this year net that's that's fascinating. I love the fact though that it became So broken down for the laymen and that they had to actually label it as something there like. It's now called flow chart right exactly. I like the transitional national aspect of that me too so after flowcharts were able to do huge productions now and often times you can do it with less people right because people you can dial into the one flow chart. They know what's coming up next compared to what's been done right and then we move forward the thing about a flow chart. Is that often. If you're working in a team environment and you can apply people's strengths to certain areas of the chart right you can point yourself out even say I- I excel here here here and here. Yeah and then try to get in on those things right or I need to improve here here and here so right when to make myself go right. I have this many steps before that part that I'm not that good at comes up so I need to get get good at it. I write in a flow. Chart can help you. At least incrementally advance yourself there. See Data audit very scientifically like kind of as representative the native of an Algorithm. And that makes sense because of that premise. You know what's coming next. Yeah exactly it's not wrong. Yeah it's interesting. They sort of came up with with a loose version of computation when they did that right. Yeah definitely Maybe a little pre touring all right. Mike well I know that we've got a lot more inventions inventions get through Grad. Wanted to save some for the second half and we can get into right after this. That sounds good bungee though all right.

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"katie kay" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast

5 for 5 Podcast

15:27 min | 2 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast

"My name is punchy and as always I'm joined by Mike. Are you doing Mike. Everybody I'm happy to be here man happy to having here. My congratulations congratulations. You just got married. I mean hitched. Man Thank you. You're officially off the market. I am won't offer minute of all. Yeah Yes yes legally league legally legally off the mark here you go perfect it's about nuance. Mike Nuance is totally import. Yes it is and so is getting into the show might visit the show where we played for pointless points pointless prizes but the journey through history is priceless. It's absolutely priceless. And today I have an interesting journey because I'm going to change. Change things up a little bit. Oh Man Okay how well. Alex Green Tea after the break. I will say it's not one article we're going to sort of make our Own Article about our time period. Oh chop it up a little bit of running getting into it right after this. I'm excited all right. Let's okay everybody. It's time to get into it as I promised Mike. We're going to sort of make up our own little story today. Oh Man I'm excited. And the story spans our time period nineteen twenty nineteen twenty five old school. Yes and when I figure that we could do is instead of talking about one thing that happened. Just talk about all these cool things happen and our article is going to consist of a collection of of inventions. Oh Wow cool okay. Okay right inventions that were created from nineteen twenty nine hundred twenty five. We're going to tell the listeners. A little story about all the cool stuff. I found excellent. solent you ready to get into the list. I think I am with the first one that we have was invented in nineteen twenty and it was the hairdryer nice very important very important. Porton probably really important for the time. Right Revolutionary I would think so women probably struggled a little bit with not being able to just sort of get their hair dry. I feel like it started businesses. Probably yeah that's true. Whole whole industry like hair industry in general? Yeah exactly some girls were mean with that blow dryer and some weren't and some women are probably scared of it at the time. I mean it looks like kind of like a weapon. That's true in probably meet hellacious noise right right and can you imagine the amount electricity required yeah tons of amps right. Yeah AH probably a fire. Hasn't a huge. You know 'cause lots of fires but definitely important invention for that time period. No question changed the game. Absolutely here goes is another one the first. US radio station. Oh that's a big deal. Yeah nineteen twenty. That was October nineteen twenty. It was Katie. May did any any idea. Idea were Katie K. A. was so it was in Pittsburgh Okay and One of the first broadcast it was an am station was a nineteen twenty harding harding in Cox presidential election result. Oh Wow that must have gone a lot of listeners yet or not that many right shoe because what is it really right at the time There are radio stations but Katie. Kay is the first one licensed as a radio station. Got It got it okay. That's a big deal right. So it's the kind of amateur turning at this point nuclear sort of doing it in their garage or whatever there barn. Yeah like really like as as enthusiasts. It's literally pirate radio. Got It but Katie. Okay as the first one to get licensed. So they're one hundred percent official there hundred percent official the first radio station. Man I mean that's that's in the in the grand scheme of things it's groundbreaking breaking but I can understand that if everything's pirate radio back then how that could just be seen as something that that might be big and might have been Helen Nerdy at the time right right like Super Geeky So the first. US radio station to me I probably had no idea how important they were going to be right. You know there's groundbreaking earth-shattering that was definitely one of them. I mean think about how many people's careers their lives have been found founded founded on upon the radio. Well they must have you know had some sensitive. I'm sure because their first broadcast was presidential. Yeah that's true. I mean presidential in nature Chur. Not because it was related to the actual White House or anything but they were passing on results right right exactly. They at least assumed that it was a news format. Yeah exactly something that could provide information to people. Yeah they had a general understanding of what it's reached could be very basic idea at least the idea how big could be. Oh Gosh no idea. And then we'll how it would transcend the age of the Internet. I mean get Outta here so you WanNa move onto nineteen twenty one one. I do okay in one thousand nine. Twenty one has some cool and we'll start with the lie detector. Oh Gosh that's pretty sweet though if you think about that like so that one was invented by medical nickel student in California interesting. Okay which makes a Lotta sense because it's measures medical data right. Yeah No. I actually saw some old ads for lie detectors when I was reading about this and they sort of Show as if it were gimmicky. Oh Wow okay. Let some hokey little kit right and it makes me wonder her when the invented it if the intent was for it to be related to law enforcement. Oh wow you like how so like well if we see an ad for it as in early thirties forties right. Yeah that's twenty something years after the things invented Sharon. They're selling it as if it's something that you can put around the table for like a dinner inter-party got it. Got It in the House so it makes you wonder how seriously they took the took an how long it took for to integrate in the law enforcement so what was the need. Do you think that somebody came up with this in nineteen twenty one A party Maybe like a party tool. It was fun. Yeah like it was meant to get people like hammered. You know around the the lie detector and start you know telling them stories or getting the truth out of somebody. Maybe I don't know maybe it was something that was designed as a gag would turn turn into something completely different right something just totally novel. Yeah so if the polygraph was meant to be sort of a novel thing a novelty how how did transition you think into law enforcement. Well I probably controve fictitious story. You know but like I don't know maybe a cop who is in law law enforcement was throwing a wild party and decided to break out the old lie detector tests and started realizing that he was he was really certain Nilsson people on some things somebody incriminated themselves itself motor cocktail. Yeah you know what I mean and the next thing you know it's like Let me see what else I can. You know let's try this. You know the play heart in a loose loose back then you know what I means. We could bring in his little detector and maybe get get something over on someone and all it took was for one judge somewhere to make it admissible. Yeah he got figure out some way somehow. Oh what a paradigm shift right. Yeah exactly I mean that's my like crazy story in take on. I have no basis in in or any foundation as to how it could be that way but That's what I'm going with. You know I'm not GonNa lie them. My kind of scares me a little bit. That you're probably right. I mean. Hey it's the twenties man. Anything can happen back then. Yeah all right well. Let's do one more for nineteen twenty one nineteen twenty one brought us the flow chart. Whoa let's reinvent the thinking right? Let's take all of our steps and not miss any. Yeah that's a huge deal. It really begs the question of how people organize themselves and in large tasks right productions even in things like that. How did they get through it without having a flow chart to show each other? That's really it's. It's insanely important Orton for any major creative endeavor I think that It was meant to be sort of a process Chart like from the perspective of. You've strictly like educated analysis. I don't think he was meant to be everybody. Because the sort of presented like it was a form of Algorithm. Okay okay so like this is a an algorithm approach if this then that if this year net that's that's fascinating. I love the fact though that it became So broken down for the laymen and that they had to actually label it as something there like. It's now called flow chart right exactly. I like the transitional national aspect of that me too so after flowcharts were able to do huge productions now and often times you can do it with less people right because people you can dial into the one flow chart. They know what's coming up next compared to what's been done right and then we move forward the thing about a flow chart. Is that often. If you're working in a team environment and you can apply people's strengths to certain areas of the chart right you can point yourself out even say I- I excel here here here and here. Yeah and then try to get in on those things right or I need to improve here here and here so right when to make myself go right. I have this many steps before that part that I'm not that good at comes up so I need to get get good at it. I write in a flow. Chart can help you. At least incrementally advance yourself there. See Data audit very scientifically like kind of as representative the native of an Algorithm. And that makes sense because of that premise. You know what's coming next. Yeah exactly it's not wrong. Yeah it's interesting. They sort of came up with with a loose version of computation when they did that right. Yeah definitely Maybe a little pre touring all right. Mike well I know that we've got a lot more inventions inventions get through Grad. Wanted to save some for the second half and we can get into right after this. That sounds good bungee though all right let's do it. This is a visa from flying grind. PODCAST you're listening to the five XIV podcasts at lunch and grab like love and follow it at work media Z. W. E. R. ST media together. Good Okay let's go to nine hundred twenty three so another big invention was insulin insulin. Wow so the inventors of this one were given a Nobel Peace Prize for finding a cure to sugar disease The Sugar Disease Aziz. Yes and The had tested it successfully in a fourteen year old kid. That's a big deal. Man That is that is earth shattering and now no I mean this is a regular part of healthcare. In general. Right I mean. Diabetes is so common and insulin's justice common exactly have all kinds of forms of it now two different take it right. Yeah they're various forms of intake for it. Big Time Lifesaver. Yeah we'll give you another medical won this Probably not as intense but super super super useful in medical field nineteen twenty-three cotton swabs. Okay okay. That's awesome invented by Polish guy named Leo and he invented entered the premise of having the cotton swab on a stick are so that was like basically a Q.. Tip Okay Perfect. And he invented it for ear cleaning but we I use those things for everything now. Exactly I mean we clean electonics with Q.. Tubes yeah bullet alcohol on it We do maintenance on things like obviously medical medical applications right even the stick itself has UC break off one of the cubes so the fuzzy ends. Yes that's true but green invention absolutely went along we. I think for the cleanliness probably in the medical field. Amazing Okay here's one more from nineteen twenty-three not medical related you're GonNa like it all right all right. The traffic signal that is revolutionary then. So this was invented by guy named Garrett and basically he was inspired to invent it because he saw two cars crash into each other guarantee a cool guy..

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"katie kay" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Have great players win multiple championships. And when you get a chance to get that dynamic, that's what creates a level of success is not trying to debate everybody about your level of greatness, when you have to go out still perform. Show improve. And the team is balling, without you. Without you. They're better with you, but they're great without you moving on, because Kevin Durant wasn't the only athlete that made it awkward on social media, also socially awkward was in Tonio Brown, but we start with Ben Rothlisberger his former quarterbacks comments to Katie Kay. Let's just read what Ben had to say AB made me who I am. He was the greatest receiver I ever played with the things that he did in this league and that we did together are among the best of all time. And you're right. There was some great things, and then all of a sudden, it was just kind of disappeared. I'm not really sure where it went. I know that I took some heat and deservedly. So for some of the comments, I made on that show and especially towards him. And I genuinely feel bad about that. And I'm sorry. So it's his apology to AB. What today be have the same response? The apology he was two words to face, and that made it, socially awkward, Jalen. What do you think about Antonio Brown? Response to Roth Asperger's apology. I'm agree with AB on this one. I think at some point, both sides have to let it go. They didn't have some great times together. But I talked about that on this show, he line manning, and Ben Rothlisberger one Super Bowls before they have prime-time targets like Odell Beckham Antonio Brown. That's an absolute fact. So they're going to have a level of confidence and attorney EKO, not based only on the position that they play what they've established with the organization that ultimately, they outlive, the great receiver, which is why both of those guys are still going to be starting under center this year and Odell is going to be balling, with Cleveland trying to put him in position to win the Super Bowl ABC's going to be playing with the raiders trying to show that I'm an elite receiver without being because he hasn't caught. A touchdown from another quarterback. I understood. Band that Phillies are involved. I'm a big time. AB fan. I'm glad he's with the raiders. I can't wait to see what he does this year. But the Steelers are clearly happy and wanted to move on from him and see if juju. Smith could be the number one option. So I can't wait to see this play out, but I agree with you going back and forth in the media, and the social media about it becomes a relevant at this point. So they're not teammates anymore. That's a good point. Now, Jalen rose you and I are teams with each other. And of course, we're teammates in two marriages. So we are very much locked in and only have is for one woman, but not everyone feels that way ravens site, and Hayden hers to single sometimes when you're single man or woman, you see someone you just so attractive tracked it to them. But you don't get it together to talk to them. So what did Hayden hearse do? He took to Twitter to the gorgeous tall brunette on my flight to Baltimore. You walk incredibly fast. And I couldn't catch up. But here's hoping you have Twitter hashtag the one. That got away. Jalen not shooting your shot in person. But then shooting your shot after the fact on Twitter. Do you support it? Fath- move. Come on..

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"katie kay" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"katie kay" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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