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Jane Fonda leads celebs in exercise video to encourage voting
"Working in her eighties, and is she I saw a headline. Is she making another exercise tape? She isn't but what she did was she made a clip. It's like a little commercial exercise that vote and voter registration. And she got Katy Perry Kerry Washington Orlando Bloom Amy Schumer, Ah, Ken Jeong, Vanessa Hudgens Shack. Ah, Ashley Benson to make little cameos and it's like VHS graphics. She is in her full exercise gear doing like leg lives and stuff. Do you want to hear some of it? Yeah. Okay, there it is. Bring back the movement. We need to be in shape for the upcoming race needed strong. Laser forest be fully committed to the task at hand. So let's get ready.
3 killed after stairwell collapse in Houston
"Construction workers are dead, another hospitalized after a a construction construction site site collapsed collapsed in in west west Houston Houston on on Monday, Monday, Fire Fire Department Department spokesman spokesman rule rule Lozano's Lozano's his his rescue rescue crews crews have have to to work work slowly slowly to to avoid avoid another another catastrophe. catastrophe. Anytime Anytime you have a primary collapse of the structure, the construction your biggest concern is a secondary collapse. Currently waiting for structural engineers to confirm how we could make injury and ensure that there are no unroasted employees still missing. The collapse involves a stairwell inside the new marathon oil facility being built in the city Sinner or area of the Katy Freeway and West Ham Houston Parkway.
3 people dead, 1 injured in partial building collapse in Houston
"People are dead after part of a building under construction collapses afternoon it happened near the Katy freeway in the Sam Houston Tollway Florida, Martin has the latest the collapse happened just after one thirty PM today at a high rise building under construction its future headquarters for marathon oil. The Houston Fire Department says, three workers are dead in one was rescued and is in the hospital in stable condition h says everyone is accounted for and the collapse happened in a
Trump gets experimental drug aimed at curbing severe illness
"To receive care at Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland in what his doctors have described as a multi pronged treatment for covert 19. Aside from rounds of rim disappear, the president was also given an experimental treatment made by Regeneron. They're polic Lo Antibody cocktail is currently in clinical trials. But Dr David Nance NASA. Rather he is the chief medical officer of UPMC senior communities, says it follows a concept that has seen success with other diseases. I think the decision making here is that we know the track record of this group of compounds overall eyes generally pretty good, and we know that it looks promising for Cove. It Details Katy K. Television that with the uncertainty of the president's condition and a treatment that looks promising using the medication still in his child phase was a reasonable and reasonably safe risk to take.
11,000 mail-in ballots returned so far in Pennsylvania's Allegheny County
"About a month away, Voting has started in Allegheny County, Katy K. Radios, Jody Steel reports. The Allegheny County Elections division reports. 11,000 ballots have been returned by mail. In the weeks since the first ballots have been set out. 335,000 applications have been processed for Malin and absentee ballots. 287,000 of those ballots have been sent to the post office. The Department of State is again reminding voters that mail ballots have to be placed in the inner secrecy envelope that goes in the outer return. Vel Ope, which must be signed more than three million Pennsylvanians. Expected to vote by mail. Jode
Health secretary concerned about lingering effects of COVID-19 on 'recovered' patients
"Pennsylvania's health secretary, is concerned about the long term effects on patients who have recovered from or severe cases of covert 19. Here's Katie radios. Joe Dusty, Oh, Dr Rachel Levine says. These patients have come to be called long haulers. She cites a CDC study that 35% of all patients who have had Cove it say they have not returned to full health and among 18 to 34 year olds. 20% of those individuals reported that they had not returned to the usual state of health 14 to 21. Days after testing positive, Dr Levin says women and healthcare workers are more likely to suffer longer term effects. Jody's Theo NewsRadio, 10 20, Katy K.
New Schizophrenia Guidelines
"Lot has changed since 2004 when the APA the last road practice guidelines on schizophrenia this September and twenty-twenty. They updated those guidelines and here's a few of the key changes. There's less emphasis on divorce pushing between the conventional or first generation antipsychotics and the second generation or a typical perhaps because the Katy Trail put an end to the notion that the newer ones are better tolerate or the older ones are more effective, but the guidelines do Place greater emphasis on clozapine. They recommend clozapine after a patient has failed to respond to two trials of a guy psychotics and they Define failure of response meaning less than a 20% response and unlike the 2004 guidelines. They don't require that one of those trucks. Else be with the first-generation antipsychotic. They also recommend clozapine first line for a number of patients, which when you think of it is a lot of people with schizophrenia, those are people with suicidality problematic aggression and potentially with tardive dyskinesia. That doesn't respond to other options. The guidelines do go into great detail on how to treat side effects to antipsychotics. They list metformin as first-line for weight gain and metabolic syndrome and they list the vmat2 Inhibitors two of which are like ft approved and one of which are not all is first line for tardive dyskinesia. That's one area where I might differ from the guidelines they seem to emphasize these FDA-approved treatments, which actually have a fairly poor number needed to treat and not-so-great tolerability and are extremely expensive at $80,000 a year and they give real short shrift wage. Other options for tardive dyskinesia things like ginkgo biloba extract Keppra and amantadine which were actually given more emphasis in the neurology guidelines wage in several places. The guidelines give Credence to the idea of checking blood levels on antipsychotics to see if the patient is actually taking them a lot of authors of advocated for this and the fact here is that you just don't know if the patient is taking it even though the blood levels of most antipsychotics don't correlate with any therapeutic level except for clozapine where the therapeutic effects are greater above blood levels of 350. It's still useful to check them before moving to clozapine because you don't know if the patient even took the medication that you gave them too often. They don't and perhaps the biggest and most welcome change here is the emphasis on psychosocial therapies while they were recommended in a more generic form in 2004 here they recognized A whole host of specific psychosocial programs for people with schizophrenia so they can get their lives back. Here's one that was striking to me. They recommend that all first episode page be treated and something called a coordinated Specialty Care Program. These are things that have been researched since 2004 and shown to improve outcomes. They are team based programs incorporate both medications along with education resiliency training family therapy and vocational rehab sounds like a full pallet of what people need when they're going through them first episode too bad. These programs are hard to find but they're starting to Institute the more public Mental Health Centers and some academic centers have them but helpfully the guidelines do give you a reference to free resources where you can train your staff to start one locally
FTC eyes possible antitrust suit against Facebook
"Check out shares facebook under fire today as the social media giant deals with a boycott in possible anti-trust lawsuit let's get to Julia Carson. Who's got the details. Julia? Well, Melissa, the FTSE's in working on its investigation into facebook since last June and now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the agency is gearing up to possibly file an antitrust lawsuit. Later, this year after investigating concerns that facebook's been using its position to stifle incompetent to stifle competition and examining its acquisitions of potential competitors got a no comment from facebook as well as from the FTC on this report but. That's always the question what could come next while a majority of the five member commission would have to vote in favor of the suit. Then potential remedies could range from breaking off a piece of the company to a fine to restrictions on facebook's operations than to mandate any changes. The FTC, would have to prove that these book violated antitrust law. Now, this conversation comes as a dozen of top celebrities on instagram. Abstain from posting on that platform today in solidarity with the Hashtag Stop Hate for profit campaign the participants including Kim Kardashian with one hundred, Eighty, eight, million followers Katy Perry with one, hundred, seven million or posting messages this week about how they think facebook could address hate speech on facebook and instagram. Now Kim Kardashian posting yesterday quote that she can't sit by and stay silent while these platforms continue to. Allow the spreading of hate propaganda and misinformation and double ACP CEO Derek Johnson saying quote it's speaks volumes that there is now widespread concern but facebook's complacency and W.. C.. P. Of course, is one of the organizers of stop hate for profit. Now, of course, the question is whether this will impact consumer behavior and whether it could drive facebook to make additional changes Melissa, Juliet's interesting the basis the FTC. Potential suit or complaint in that when facebook bought what's up when facebook instagram these were nowhere near competitor's at the time I mean, at the time it seemed for instance, Instagram it was purchased what for a billion dollars it at thirteen employees I don't think that anybody ever thought that it would become what it is. Today was not seen at all as a potential competitor. Absolutely, and Melissa's worth pointing out that the FTC approved both acquisition of Instagram and the acquisition of WHATSAPP and facebook has argued repeatedly that is because these companies were part of facebook the because that they had the investment of giant like facebook that they could grow to the scale and return they are now in interestingly face, you been focused on integrating the back end of. Those APPs allowing people to message between them and they would say these things don't exist in a vacuum and never would have gotten to that scale if they'd been left as a standalone
Celebs join Instagram 'freeze' to protest Facebook inaction
"Several celebrities have been boycotting Instagram to protest what they say is the failure of parent company Facebook to tackle violent and hateful content an election misinformation I marquees are loaded with the latest Kim Kardashian west Katy Perry Leonardo DiCaprio and Kerry Washington are among the celebrities who have been freezing on Instagram for twenty four hours as a protest to back the hash tag stop hate for profit movement Kardashian west to so she cannot be silent when Instagram and Facebook allowed the spread of misinformation and only take steps after people are killed Facebook declined comments but pointed to its efforts to protect the November election and to limit groups that support violence
Taylor Swift Sent Katy Perry's Daughter Daisy a THOUGHTFUL Baby Gift
"Of Taylor swift she sent Katy Perry baby gift a hand embroidered blankie that's as baby balloon. And Katie was very excited about it. She posted it. So I think everything is fine.
"katy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"This is Katy K. Radio 66 with some fog in Pittsburgh International at seven o'clock I'm Poul Rasmussen President Donald Trump returns to the Keystone State tonight for a rally at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe. Some supporters are already there telling Katy Katy B. This is actually his first big visit to western Pennsylvania since late last year, and that's when he spoke at a conference in Pittsburgh. So far this year, President Trump has made stops in the eastern part of the state to speak at public events to nice event will begin at seven o'clock, but doors will open for people at four o'clock and the rally is, she said, begins at seven again at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe. What Donald Trump and Joe Biden will visit the flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville on September 11th the presidential candidates will commemorate the 19th anniversary of the terror attack that ended with a hijacked airliner crash in Somerset County. Joe Biden's lead over President Trump in Pennsylvania is down to four points in the latest Monmouth University poll. It shows Biden up 49 to 45% down from a 13 point advantage in mid July. Bolster Patrick Murray says Biden's favorably favorability rating is 48% favorability ratings become important because it's a gut level feeling that you have about two candidates over the past six weeks, button lost support from white men voters under 50 and voters in swing counties. Outside Philadelphia to Pittsburgh City Council members are inviting Joe Biden back to Pittsburgh, Ricky Burgess and Daniel of L sent a letter to Biden asking him to visit the city's black neighborhoods and see the challenges black people face. A family of Ramiro Talia Black man killed in a police shooting in December showed up at last night's Wilkinsburg Council meeting calling for the firing of Officer Robert Gallons, Council president Pamela Macklin told tallies family they can't fire gallants until the district attorney's office finishes an investigation. Family attorney Paul Jewess talked with Katy Katy B. They're basically just saying what you.
"katy" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"It's hopefully got some expansiveness that will even come into into shape in twenty twenty one. And I know that you start writing and I mean not necessarily the purpose of releasing an album or thinking that two years ago. But I read in an interview did with paper in two thousand eighteen where you were hampered consciously trying to take a break and trying to think about you know you mentioned even like wine to go back to school things like fat how long did that break last? Well I break in the way that like you know I was so used to being on this loop of. Writer record you know for six months. To life the next six months. Then go on tour for a year and a half. Repeat and I did that for four. Records and it started to you know really grind on me a little bit. And so I only came to the decision that make this a body of work called smile at the end of last year. Otherwise you know I'm always expressing always writing I'm never Not, Kinda working on my craft or. Channeling the information into a song like I'm still writings not so compartmentalized like that. But the break from you was like don't have such a strategy around record or making a record just like let it come if it wants to come and yeah. All the other things that you could do and the different parts of life you haven't explored and now have created space for that because. I feel like I'm out of that of being single minded as far as one goal goes. So yes, of course, I space for idea of having a child in the future, I still want to go to school there still still so many dreams. To. Dream. But they're different dreams. And mean especially since everything is being. Yano in the industry is coming back. We don't know what things are gonNA look like a year from now. Let alone. Dollar today but I eight one. I mean how are you starting to rethink that cycle in totality as you're kind of train, not only this era but what the future of the next few years of will there be that loop still ever return is at done her for now I think in every job, we've realized maybe a third or a fourth of it can be remotely. Realized that it's always good to have human contact and touch and face to face and I. But there's a lot of like really good work that can happen over resume you know and I think we will now lean into some technologies that we were a little bit. You know if he on adapting into our everyday lives, it will bring us some positive in that will have some time to like do other things because previous I, felt like we were all spinning out it was like this great American capitalistic dream just to like work until you're Rogan were. Until the wheels cut off, you know. And forgetting that like it's important to have to create space for time for family and friends and stillness and presence and. You know success isn't always measured by the different goals that you've achieved career wise or is in the account or Of course all that good. It's just about balance which I feel like we haven't had as a society for a while. and. So now there's shift I. Think it's great that some of it will be able to be remotely so that you don't have to go to Australia, for two days because that's like an anyone's body. Obviously, but yeah I mean, I think it will get back to some type of normal in the future. It's just when you know it's every hundred years who have the Spanish flu we've had. You know these viruses and the past history has repeated itself. We've had wars we've had you know loss of empires. We've been through it. The saint new we just have. You know we just haven't had the Internet to record everything. All feels really new right and I want a little bit about developing the sound of this album. I know that the lyrics itself had started to develop long before you again have mentioned gain into studio and kind of only developing what smile with become. But you worked with people like said, Charlie who Oscar holter and things like that in any tell me about kind of how you wanted smile to sound for you and how this era would would come across. For Katie I really need had a patchwork of songs. And then I realized like I had just pieces all over just didn't realize it really made a big picture and you know let's arm writing these songs. I'm in a different state of mind I'm not like I don't know exactly they call it like a Beta or a it's like it's a meditation of sorts and I don't feel like I am writing from. My intellect him writing from my heart or my higher self I kinda like surrender and let like leather flow through me of it as hippy dippy as it sounds as California's sounds. But that's the really the process and so I think that like my higher self has written, a lot of song says that have been like, okay. Here is the light at the end of the tunnel. Here is the the message or the Nugget of hope that you've needed or your hope mantra that you've needed to get out of bed and put one foot in front of the other. Here's what you're going to. Focus on as you write assault right so I just think it's interesting. It's it's about going through that hell and that darkness and coming out of it, and some people are going through that hell in darkness right now and it's and world is going through its shift as well. So it's weird that it parallel some of those some of those moments right now Yeah. What was the hardest song to develop or the one that took the longest to come to life who while some songs are written in a day but not all of them sometimes, they dislike weeks kind of mulling over and going. This or editing. Reedit reedit Rita I mean smile is probably one that I would come back to the drawing board allot. 'cause that is the you know a little bit of the definition of the record. It's the title of the record and it's also the song and when you pick the album title and it has to be a song, you're basically going this is what it's kind of about. You know this is the whole thing. And so that stung really talks about the journey of falling flat on my face and losing my smile and. My teeth knocked out and then trying to figure it out and come back out of that place. But you know it's a lot of it's like a lot of self reckoning in that song. It's like I had a piece of humble by you know I. had an ego check I went through a bunch of bullshit. I didn't that this was not fun. But now here, I am still standing and better for it. Yeah. Oh it will. It was I. Guess it was like you want to get that story right? So I would do at that one for sure. Yeah. I. Want something that you had sat around the time of witness where you kind of talked about the character of Katy Perry and kind of letting go of that adds to just because it came from a place of fear of being yourself in the incumbent Kudzanai. Able to embrace hurting yourself What does that mean going forward someone? Who is you know they're out very candy percent who is a person who loves.
"katy" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Hey I'm Brian Hiatt, this rolling stone music. Now I have Brittany Spanos and we're going to be playing Britney's excellent interview with Katy Perry who has new album out called Smile and also congratulations to Katy Perry because she just had a baby, she had a baby girl named Daisy dove blume and Britney talked to her right before she gave birth really and again it's a great time to be Katy Perry. We're very happy for on a professional level. Is probably a little bit of a weird time to be Katy Perry because the pop landscape has shifted. So dramatically and she is still Katy Perry and this is something we've been talking about for awhile. It's interesting to talk about and Britney's not so much Katie has changed. She hasn't changed at all. It's just the world has changed around her. How do you see all that working I mean he came out at a time when it was kind of. It was very cool to be a little literally in music. Kind of cool too. I. Mean She was on the worker circuit where I album one of the boys like her entire thing was like she was a little bit of like the pop girl when she first came out and a lot of the stuff that she sang early on quickly has become sort of deem very problematic has been. You know I kissed a girl. At being the big single and sounds like you're so gay stuff like that. There's a lot of stuff that just like has not aged as well as a lot of other crops. It's not to say that other popstars haven't that have been aged as well. But you know I think that there is a slew of them and a lot of other stuff that voted for a long time. You know there's a lot of like. Very appropriate thing is shoes done over the course of albums following. So there's elements of like really her music career up until recently, that's been sort of cancelable for a lot of people ahead has had that she's had to Engage an sometimes apologize for sometimes she has not and you know things that she sort of is still dealing with the fallout from. Yeah. I find her whole thing fascinated always found her more fascinating maybe than other people because I think it seems more simple to be her than than it actually is I think people overlook the fact of of her hyper religious upbringing and just how sort of ill-suited her personality is for for an age of greater sensitivity and it's interesting even back. then. When I did a on her, it was two thousand fourteen, and even at that point, there were a tremendous number of sort of like cultural sensitivity related controversies that we had to go over. Yeah. We turn to the issue for alleged cultural sensitivity. She's been criticized for having big booty. Mommy's dance in her tour one critic call them hyper sexualize characters of black women's bodies dressing up as a Geisha at the American music awards and as a stereotypical yarmulke-wearing Jewish comedian and her birthday video and for including a split second seen in her darkhorse video in which a guy wearing a pendant that reads alive disintegrated she ended up altering that one. So she just. She just said, she knows the rules are changing that quote cultural appropriation is increasingly unequal, but she's not thrilled about it and this is her in two thousand fourteen. I guess I'll just stick to baseball hot dogs and that's it. She said unfortunately she said I know that's a quote that's GonNa come to fuck me and they asked that's her quote but can't you appreciate a culture I guess like everybody asked to stay in their lane So. It was coming in two, thousand fourteen and then Britney when I was going to ask you about this, she then did that extraordinary promotional cycle that was like an apology tour for being herself. So. that. which I never see anything like that. Please talk about that a bit. So. If we look at the so hurry last album witness which came out in two thousand seventeen was one of the first bake pop album rollouts after the two thousand, sixteen election and She dropped chain to the rhythm in February of twenty seventeen right for the inauguration in any that entire two thousand sixteen election cycle she was very active in the Hillary campaign she was you know very much like I think she did A. Or whatever with at like a hillary rally like she was Berry, she become very involved in politics in a way that she had not been prior to twenty sixteen and with witness changed the rhythm when she first launched it, she called it purposeful pop, which when we talked about it, she was like just ended up being attached to the album and it was a big part. Of, how she is looking at that album to be like, you know she did that locking type of multiday thing were she had cameras on her all the time she'd like alive therapy section. She did like an interview with d'auray the activists just about all her past cultural appropriation likes you have people watching her twenty four seven She's talking a lot about her place in. Hop. End as an activist as someone in the in trump's America in that means and trying to track her own privilege and a lot of ways and it. backfired. Really was not. What was what was wrong with it because it was like it was well intentioned I think. But it just it seemed like just too much and just like what? What was not quite right there it was very well intentioned. There is a lot of. About, that has shifted very rapidly between the album prior presume and witness, which is that are going down on sales streaming, things like that. So a lot of you know business side things that we're going to be hard already to keep up with but I think a of the rollout hinged on woke nece in a way that felt berry. Forced at the time I think people you know the idea of protest papa that time is still kind of argued, the idea of what art would look like how kind of would manifest in a very you know what has continued to be a very dark time for America in for many people and you know a very troubling awful presidency and I think kind of. An album that began very hinged on that but wasn't really entirely about that. Again, with the two biggest singles were bone apetite with migos and switch switch with Nicki, Minaj, which were big in the sense that they were bigger than some her more recent singles but not like teenage dream Roy big. It was a little bit messy rollout and she has look back on it with a little bit of. A. Lot of what smile comes from is a lot of deep depression from that time I. Mean it was a big blip in her career. You come again coming off of prism and teenage dream into the biggest pop albums of the last decade..
Katy Perry compares marriage to Russell Brand to 'a tornado'
"Opening up about her previous marriage to Russell brand. Here's an interesting thing. So it's an interview with 60 Minutes, Australia. Oh, that aired on Sunday and she talked about her marriage to Russell Brand, which remember when they had that massive wedding in India that elephants and the whole thing. She said. I was having great success at 23 24 25. Then I met someone that was interesting and stimulating. It was just like a tornado. It was everything happened at once. They got married in 2010. They
"katy" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"katy" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Katy Perry welcome to inside the studio. How are you? Isn't that a loaded question in two thousand and twenty loaded question? Yes it is. You've been you've been quarantining for two. This is a unique. Yes. I think it's probably more. It's a loaded question for everyone but I definitely say as I'm about to give birth at two two different things both an actual physical human being and a record that I have been doing all of my promotion in quarantine and this time it's an interesting time sure and and and you know a lot of women and more power to them work into their third trimester I I really hope we get this interview done before your water breaks. Yeah. Well, I'm not at my third trimester I'm in my fourth trimester. No I. Really. Think, you are the one of the last people I get to speak with before my world changes. So originally, this album was at one point it was going to ride in June and then in mid August and it's been pushed back a little bit but but also you must have discussed releasing it next year. Why? Why did you stick with this year? What was the thinking behind that? Yeah I mean this year is a year of pivoting and going with the flow for sure and anyone that like hard plans besides the fact that. You will have a child for me is you know is maybe setting themselves up for A. Surprise So I wanted to put the record out in June obviously I wanted to give myself a little bit more space and not you know go head to head with WHO's coming I. WHO's The headliner? WHO's the opener is the child is the baby what? but I did know that I was so excited about sharing this record that. Got Me into this place of life a fullness of life that I didn't WanNa push to twenty one because I know my energy is about to shift. and my world is about to expand in in such an incredible way that like. Iro I started kind of casually writing this record. In two thousand seventeen and it's really the sound shot I call it the screen shot but the sound shot of the past three years and I know my next couple of years are going to be so full and I will have so much to say. So let's just Onto, the next plus it's a record full of you know hopefully listen resilience and about coming out of the darkness. So I think if anyone's going through that now it could be. It could be something for them. I, mean I think in a way we're all going through that now to wanted it standar- another it's it's it's hard to not be in the darkness at this particular time in human history given given the pandemic. But you talk about coming out of the darkness there's a note in the packaging for smile and it's it's actually signed Catherine Not Katie and you you say many of these songs were written coming out of one of my own darkest times finding and fighting for the light at the end of the tunnel. And so I I I wanNA talk about smile you finding your smile again. But let's start with the dark times. 'cause that's kind of where the album begins. Isn't it? On the record. Yeah. Let's let's travel back to it. So I guess travel back a few years to twenty seventeen or so or twenty eighteen but but that's kind of where the album begins. With never really over cry about it later Kyrie is these are These are the Darker Times right? Well, you know actually you're you're you're making a very observant note the sequence does tell a mini story and it does start out with kind of the letting go the true letting go or or making a decision to let go of of this. Loop of love that I was in, you know the unhealthy relationships and going like I am not going to. Fall back into that loop, I am going to choose a different path even though it's difficult But the you know there was a it was a few things in two, thousand, seventeen, it was Shift in my own excitement and getting high on my own supply with putting out music. It just didn't really it didn't. It didn't slap like it used to. And I right before I put out the record, I actually broke up with my now baby daddy because I was just like you know I. I, it got to a tipping point and I thought I was GonNa Lean on the validation of the outside world to get me through you know the bummer time of of a breaking up with someone but then You know then I wasn't getting fed from the outside world like I was used to. So everything started falling apart basically the foundation started cracking and I didn't realize that I put so much. Self worth and validation in everyone else's hands and when they don't give it back to you, it's a huge void So we're talking about two, thousand, seventeen when witness came out, that's that's the moment when we're it's you know as a Katy Perry, fan as somebody who, Hey, that's not my favorite Katy Perry record but I like a lot of songs on it, Katy, Perry record but the world seemed to say like you know what? Maybe we've had enough maybe we WANNA take a break. I M I M exaggerating no, you are not at all. You are so right and I felt that I am. A. Master feelings. That's my job is to. Observe and feel the feelings and you know put them in too little definitions and ideas and songs I take feelings and I'm I create worlds. So I was feeling that rejection pretty heavily and you know I did I did what a lot of artists do at some point in their careers as I took a leap because I wanted to experiment I wanted to break. The Kind.
Brad Pitt's New Boo
"Hi guys tonight, burning questions did a-rod pays off Jaylo before the Super Bowl. Towel annoyed Lena that rod supposedly dating off. Could you marry into this family? Let's get started. Welcome to. We miss you guys. Hi, Nina High Hunter. Lo. Look. Very, stealth Meena for a second I was just. Doing the show today and then I realized bright you couldn't even see me right to him. Oh Yeah. Yeah. WanNa tone. Funny to to show that. SETINA. Tone that. John told. US All right. We all know A. Rod, a super supportive of Jay Lau, but his strategy to get Jennifer ready for her big super bowl performances. Kind of backfired. They were on Barstool sports the Corp and revealed Alex's mistake. We went to the gym that morning and I was driving her and she was talking to me I was ignoring her I was like I'm not getting the way of anything is your day. I'm focused. We'll talk Monday and she. Talked to me. Like. Zone I'm just like I'm trying not to get away. Okay annoying or sweet. Well, I think like in situations like this like this is how I feel like whenever I would get into an argument with like a boyfriend they would let me let you cool off I want you to go off and then I'll come back and I hate that I hate the cooling off period like a mad. That's when I want you to come and try to make it better. I don't want to come in and talk to don't go silent for a day like so she probably wanted him to be comforting and be they're supportive not to. Give her the silent treatment. That's the opposite of ones, right? Right. I know it's already it's already clear that you and I are perfect mattress for each other. But this proves that even more because I hate the silent treatment both ways given it and I hate getting in fact, if someone's mad at me, I literally need to solve the situation or at least absolve myself from guilt immediately, and then let's go about our day I hate the silent treatment. I hate it too. But to be fair to be for I, don't think he was trying to give her the silent treatment i. do understand what he was saying like look it was a very big day for her. She had a lot of things to. And he didn't really want to be in the way and wanted to give her her space to be in zone but I think what you know. Right exactly getting into that and then. They think that it's the same thing like he he attacks at how he would attack. Going to play for a big game but I, feel like you know she's a performer. So it's different, right? It's also he could have. Just, not been there at all. That's why becomes more distracting if somebody's trying to go out of their way to ignore you when that's not something that you guys talked about. So next next super. Woke me. Yeah. Next time this ask a woman what she needs and then got how that. You'll know. Tonight's other big story off. You're not gonNA believe Brad Pitt has been spotted with model i. don't even know how we have put this together but. Standby while butcher her name except I won't. It's Nicole. petrosky. But. You're. Spinning. It's Petrosky. Okra. Right. Thank you. She's twenty seven. And he's fifty six okay. Reports claims. She's his new girlfriend and they're saying at his sixty seven million dollar state in the south of France. Remember France. Love it. Do we like Brad with a model? Yeah I like the the thing that I find funny is he's been hanging out with Leila Lot and you know that those conversations Leo the whole time was like I'm telling you. Go for someone in her twenties. It's great like he's sold Brad on this because I don't feel like he would have done. It had Leo not Ben I'd not been doing claymation they're doing in his garage every single night. Also. He's never done this before rarely he's always dated actresses that have been sort of like within his like on the same level and who have been relatively close in age. So the fact that he he'd Busta Leo I lay. On disappointed in Brad. Brad is like more of a deeper actor like not very surface or materialistic like you know he's always been kind of associated with being a humanitarian. So I expected a little different move from him. You know what I mean I expected him to show up with the woman who might be a host of a late night show you know possibly a black woman. You know possibly you know someone on the show nightly. That's what I was hoping
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom welcome baby girl
"Katy Perry is a mom. Me and daisies. Daisies days, Plenty of celebrities cut a deal with gossip outlets to announce the birth of their Children. Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have announced the birth of their daughter, Daisy Dove Bloom through UNICEF's instagram account. They're both UNICEF goodwill ambassadors. Harry and Blooms say they are floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of their daughter. But they point out. Not everyone can have a birthing experience is peaceful is theirs. They set up a UNICEF donation page to help other mothers and newborns throughout the world
Smile!: Katy Perry gives birth to a baby girl named Daisy
"Singer Katy Perry and actor Orlando bloom are parents to a baby girl I'm marquees are loaded with the latest plenty of celebrities cut a deal with gossip outlets to announce the birth of their children Katy Perry and Orlando bloom have announced the birth of their daughter daisy dump bloom through UNICEF's Instagram account they are both UNICEF goodwill ambassadors Perry and bloom say they are floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of their daughter but they point out not everyone can have a birthing experience as peaceful as theirs they set up a UNICEF donation page to help other mothers and newborns throughout the world
Katy Perry gives birth to a baby girl named Daisy Dove Bloom
"Happy baby news to share And that is from Katy Perry in Orlando Bloom, who welcomed their baby girl and I Love the name Daisy Dove. It's so so sway. It's very cute. Daisy Dove Bloom. Daisy, whom I think with the last name like bloom, you're sort of obligated to give a baby girl of flower name, right? Absolutely. Yes, I don't know. So cute. So they posted a photo of each of their hands holding the baby's hand, which I think is a really cute way to, you know, share a little bit of the baby without Revealing too much, And here's what they said were floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of our daughter, and then they went on and said, But we know we're the lucky ones that not everyone can have a birthing experience as peaceful as ours. In celebration of the heart. We know our daughter already has. We've celebrate. We've set up a donation page to celebrate DD B's arrival and they're trying to raise money for UNICEF. They're both goodwill ambassadors, which is a really wonderful gesture to that's nice. I know. So they're hoping that the baby photo inspires people to donate and Give some funds that can help women around the world have safer child births as
Rose McGowan Claims Alyssa Milano Made the Charmed Set Toxic AF
"There's is daily top. We have so many feuds to talk about today starting with rose McGowan claim that a listen the Llano. made the charm set toxic A. Okay this whole thing started as a political view, but then it got very personal rose accused of throwing fits in front of the crew on the set of charmed rose even says she cried every ten shows renewed because a listen made the set. So toxic in a statement to news listen. Milano said hurt people hurt people commenting any further doesn't align with my wellness plan we have not yet heard back from rose or or Warner, brothers, which produced charm. So a lot to unpack here. Again, it started off very political was a Democrat argument but then rose went there why he thinks she went there to bring charm to behavior. Look, hold. One hundred percent and if we're fighting and I'm holding a grudge against somebody I'm pulling out every receipt I don't care it. One Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, nine, hundred. This is an audit. We're going to have this fight whether you like it or not. I guess that's true and also she's trying to discredit a list right? That's her way of saying like you shouldn't. You can listen to. Elissa because she's not as relatable as you think because listen to this she may two hundred thousand dollars a week on charm and was still throwing right she didn't get paid enough. It's like a way to discredit. I don't know. That is also. To your argument, sometimes, people will buy into that and be like absolutely. You know what? She's right rose you. If she's FELICIA's really as bad as you say that I'm listed work she says, but then other people can see right through that to say like obviously you have a grudge obviously, you don't like her you've made that very clear. You said it in an interview you do not like or. Do we really trust your opinion because it's obviously very biased. I just feel like this has become somewhat sticky with rose like we can just expect her to just go off and sort of sale of these things and quite frankly does anybody really care twenty years later if the listen. Milano through set like threw a fit onset of charms like I just don't think that's relevant to the conversation like none of us were there. None of us really really cared that much about how she behaved obviously, you want to be respectful to the crew and people that work really hard. To put on a production as we all know but we've all had bad days on this show I just feel like if in fifteen years, one of us were to be like well, she was impossible to deal with. It's like, okay. Then you should have said something then I feel like it's just so kind of in line with WHO rose is trying to be now and I'm not saying that she likes her and I'm not saying that she feels like she's credible or that she believes in anything she says. Every time someone says something that has nothing to do with you. That doesn't mean you need to go and jump in on it. And I, I hate to say this because I'm not away from everybody's experiences and I always say this you gotTa pick struggle and you've got to stick with that struggle and pick up a fight and fight as hard as you can. If you're fighting in the me too movement because it happened to you I totally get it. You're also writing because somebody was in a toxic work environment made something toxic fighting another break, and then what's next if something else comes up and you're fighting about that as well take you just take it away and makes it seem like you're only saying those things because. Of the week, right right and it's also like she made two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars a week like made that much money. It was a hit show like I don't I also don't see how that's relevant. You know what I mean like you don't need to also bring up how much somebody made I. Don't think that that's her pleasure bill, but I will say. It rose McGowan felt leg she made. made the workplace toxic that are that's her feelings. That's her way of engaging and listened with tolerance to her. She don't have to do it over the air. She can do on the phone and just throw rose a my dad if I if you thought that way and I did that to you but I, don't think. Anymore. I don't think. I'm. Giving that apology I'm sorry I. Think we know a lot of different people not everybody has a good day I. Think People think just because you're on television or you're part of ensemble cast like your life is so easy. It's a lot of hard work that goes into this. So maybe she maybe she had a bad week or month or whatever. But there's a lot of people that we've experienced that can be toxic or disruptive or difficult to deal with. But that's just sort of this part of this dysfunctional family you keep that within yourself. You don't need to go and spread around and the and the truth is like the whole point rose trying to make was was again a political argument and so politics you know just keep arguing your facts and I think that's a fair argument to have. We argue politics stop in this country. So if you want to argue that with Eliza and you guys want to go back and forth about what who vote for do that. But I say again as you guys said, keep the history out of it because honestly just makes your arguments. Lesson weaker. We aren't just there's no right word. Thank point.
Here's Which Judges Are Returning For the Next Season of 'American Idol'
"So American Idol's judges table is going to remain the same for another season. Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan are all coming back. And so is Ryan Seacrest, host. This is the American Idols four season on ABC in the new season. It is expected to premier sometime next year. You know, cool. I'll just go on not watching it. I will. As usual, I will say it's It's kind of fascinating that they've not chosen to make any changes. I feel like now is the time if they were planning on doing them to do them, as in dancing with the stars making their changes, So I mean, you know, that actually says something without actually doing
Katy Perry Gives Sneak Peek at Baby's Nursery as She Prepares to Give Birth
"Katy Perry Fans just loved it, seeing extinct peek at her baby girls in nursery and wardrobe. So she did a little social media video. She did a Livestream show called her Smile Sunday show and she Hadn't shown anyone the nursery and then decided to show fans so it's pink and these baby clothes hanging on the wall. I don't think you've seen a celebrity mom as excited to become a mom as Katy Perry. She's so excited. I mean, I think she's just like Beside herself with joy about having this baby. I think that's really sweet sharing her joy. And again that baby is going to be so unattractive. Very, very unattractive. There's a little she showed up. This little likes jammy ones. E thing with Orlando Bloom's face all over it baby to wear, you know, and she just like, doesn't take it too seriously. And Orlando Bloom is someone that you would look at and go. Oh, he probably takes himself pretty seriously. He's probably kind of angsty. And I think the fact that You know when he was with a supermodel before, so it felt like this very serious couple. And then Katy Perry is like a cartoon, you know, and she's gonna feel really And I think that's so fun. I felt that way until I saw him on the paddle board. Yeah. Then it was like he's just like anybody else, Howard Stern says. Out of all the men that he's met he we're not out of all of them. But he constantly talks about how in person How unbelievably good looking Orlando Bloom is. Is that true? Yeah, I've never seen him like I He's one. I haven't. I haven't interviewed him in person. But yeah, Stern always says he is Oriole. Good looking. Yeah, I can imagine he didn't. Oh, now I'm looking at pictures of him and like, no matter what length his hair is He's a very good jaw line. Yeah, but that's im. God gives a bold hand
"katy" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"Read learn how you learn about. We actually don't know words. I will say also that Katy referenced. Earth Day a lot. And so if you're listening to this Earth Day was probably exactly a week ago. Doesn't mean you can't re celebrate. Go AHEAD CELEBRATE AGAIN. Redo it. Oh Yeah Oh yeah Good call waiting year okay. I I'm I'm trying to get the best images but let me just here. I I'M GONNA get a real steamy one just like a real here. We go coming way. Now there's our boy Ritchie and here's Richard Gere. Lauren Hutton together. Oh my God. I'm finally a man. All I mean. This is Richard Richard Gere. If nineteen eighty Richard Gere was in. I was on too hot to handle the show. I would totally would understand the temptation of. I'M GONNA risk all this money Mattel to maybe have a chance with Richard Gere because that I just can't physique wow I'm not normally allow yeah I would. I'd I'd lose my money for that man. Yes I'm so glad okay. Well yes. Please feel free to quote unquote celebrate Earth Day. Anyway you want on any day because we're obviously killing the planet and that doesn't feel good but yeah watch American Gigolo if you WANNA weird time checkout too hot to handle if you want to be compelled for eight hours and email us iron everything potted team dot com cost two hundred and four or five eight five two three six rate review in subscribe on all the places Apple podcasts. Stitcher spotify. Go outside when you're allowed to with your mask on and shout the name of our show from the top of a mountain that's not closed for business Keep listening to us and we'll keep making a show for you. Hang in there. Let us know how your core is going because our core is going as good as I guess possible in a time. Like this Steve Kisser dogs for me. I Will Dave. They miss you especially holiday. Oh my God. I can't believe I just ducked out of my girlfriend for two months. You must think I'm I'm I'm a lowlife. Well she's pretty angry. Expect retaliation when you come back out. I'm sure she's going to bite my shoes and I'm going to. I'm going to be ready for it. Well we'll get a video so people can see it. I miss you but I'll talk to you soon. Miss you to talk to you soon. Bye.
"katy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic it's four twenty nine and Becky Lynn here's our top story drug cartels are using Mexican and American teens to move their fentanyl through both sides of the St louis' port of entry director John Schwalm says they can blend in better on the US and Mexico sides of these cartels are going to use every advantage that they can in order to take care of their business by finding out who's crossing the border often how much money do you want me to swim also says the team's strap the fentanyl to their bodies not realizing it can be deadly to the touch he adds that the cartels no the teams will face less prosecution if they get caught starting today some flavored easy correct products are illegal E. cigarettes are inherently harmful to you that's health and Human Services secretary Alex these are reacting to president trump's announcement last month banning all flavored vaping liquids except for tobacco and menthol the president recognized a need to act on E. cigarettes the need to do it in a careful way that is focused on protecting our kids starting today flavors like mint and fruit are now restricted the CDC reports more than twenty seven hundred cases of people hospitalized with vaping related injuries Martha Mauer KTA RUC TA our eyes on education our three public universities want to make Arizona out more competitive they're preparing students for jobs and rapidly growing industries through the new economy initiative our new economy initiative is about how do we take the entirety of the university and expand its productivity while expanding our specific ability to produce and become a center of engineering production and new technology production it's easy president Michael Crowe who says this part of the initiative his university wants to build the largest and most successful engineering school meanwhile in a US focusing on high demand healthcare fields the U. of a is focused on the medicine industry officers across Arizona are gathering in Phoenix tomorrow to talk about self care it's called officer wellness day officers are humans and so they wouldn't be human if they were impacted by what they're seeing on a daily basis counselor was cigna behavioral health Warren Magnuson lead some of the sessions at the Allstate free event for officers from across the state so we have a yoga session we haven't equine session we have a financial section we have a therapist that talks about trauma and impacts trauma plays on your brain and your health one hundred ten officers are signed up for the event they're encouraged to bring their spouse alley that near KTA our news restrictions with that for here in town we've got some pretty normal freeway delays for the website but they're getting picked thirty eight minutes west bound one a one Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard west it seventy Fifth Avenue in its thirty six minutes going northbound on the seventeen from the tense but north to Peoria sixty minutes northbound fifty one I did many stack north to Belfast and the ten westbound still flowing go fifty one freeway west all the way out to dieser wrote he got a recommended fifty First Avenue and greenway already have wanted forty Third Avenue and cactus the strategy for brought to you by gateway community college touch see and experience what gateway community college has to offer and tour and explore March twenty first.
"katy" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"katy" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"On the night of Christmas Nineteen Ninety six child beauty pageant winner. Jon Benet Ramsey was killed in her family home in Colorado. She was only six years old. A lengthy ransom note was found. I and her father found her dead in the basement eight hours. After they had reported her missing she had a broken skull and she had been strangled angled her death is officially classified as a homicide and while both parents were suspects case still remains unsolved however however theorists have a different theory. Jon Benet Ramsey was impact not killed that night instead she was kidnapped apparently apparently as a part of some sort of alumina conspiracy. Her parents staged her death and she later resurfaced as Katy Perry in two two thousand eight with the hit song. I kissed a girl their evidence includes the resemblance of Katy Perry Jon Benet Ramsey as well as the resemblance of both their sets of parents one youtube theorist went to great lengths to prove the similarities of their eyebrows which must mean that they're the the same person a different youtuber points out one of the lines in Katy Perry's memoir which I had no clue. Katy Perry had a memoir by Darren Leisure it does she wrote in reference to writing songs at an early age not that I was one of those stage kids there was no Jon Benet Ramsey inside of me waiting to burst out now way if she was really Jon Benet. Why would she even make that reference well. According to the Youtuber the aluminum body always puts out clues hidden in plain sight sure it could happen seems leaves right so here's how it started. The theory seems to have begun from a youtube video entitled Jon Benet Ramsey is singer. Katy Parry posted in December two thousand fourteen now before you all go off looking for it like yours truly. Let me just save you some time until you it has been taken down anyways that theory gained traction from there with several youtubers like the ones I mentioned before making their own evidence videos radio's the story eventually gained enough traction for entertainment news sites to start covering it on February Two Thousand Sixteen and Katy Perry even referenced it at the Ama's that same year so is this real or fake. It's fake honestly Fli. This might be the worst conspiracy theory I've ever seen. There's no real evidence other than white. People look alike and it takes a quick. Google Search to see that Katy Perry would have already been twelve when Jonbenet was murdered. There's also Perry's Christian pop album again didn't oh she had that under the the name Katy Hudson which is in fact her real name. This album was released in two thousand one when Perry was seventeen and Germany would have only been eleven and the records of her being picked up and dropped by big name Labels Island and Columbia between two thousand one and two thousand eight which undermines undermines the whole Katy Perry appearing out of nowhere idea anyways the whole theory just comes across as the first thing the original conspiracy theorists could think of <hes> so let me ask our audience. Do you really think the aluminum body would take their time and resources to fake the death of child pageant winner and turn her into a pop star. I mean I personally wouldn't put it against them. It seems like a really brilliant play I mean and if they they have the time traveling abilities her age is not a factor exactly so the LUMINOSITY has time I'm travel. We've solved it solved it done but also we may never know well also true and so if you're wearing tinfoil hat like us that means you're into this podcast. If you're subscribe you'll be notified each and every Monday when we released new episodes you can find us on Itunes spotify or on our website at. WWW DOT farside chats dot com also since we know you're wearing that hat go ahead and hit us on facebook took an instagram. It's likely you have theories of your own so shout out and let us know what is keeping you up at night and as always catch you on the far side.
"katy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Today. Reflections from a life of listening to the songs and sounds of elephants and wales wales katy payne was the first scientist to discover that humpback whales compose ever-changing song to communicate and she was first to understand that elephants communicate with one another across long distances by infra sound whales and elephants also share a precarious existence whales are hunted wanted by countries that have claimed they compete with the fishing industry and even in places where elephants are not hunted for ivory their populations encroach on the land and livelihood of human beings in her memoir silent thunder katy payne grieved over the selective extermination of several elephants. She'd studied intimately intimately in a policy called calling systematically killing elephant groups in order to control overpopulation. I'd like to talk a little bit about some of the moral issues that come up in the work you to which are also complex some you know you describe in one place that this acoustic monitoring maturing that you do provides recordings of animal sounds in these thick forests where if these things can't be seen but it also records human presence in the form of gunshots chain saws and seismic and vehicle noise <hes> i guess it sounds like the elephant tusks when they removed <hes> are moved by chainsaws which is a pretty violent image and so you you've always it seems to me ben rubbing coming up against this what happens when animals and human beings lived together and and live together with some competing interests this this is true <hes> if you study an endangered species <hes> you're going to find out that the reason it's endangered in ninety nine. One percent of the cases is because of human activities human exploitation or perhaps just because of crowding just because humans taking up oh environments that were or changing environments that were previously inhabited by animals now having said that immediately realized that of the six mass extinctions that we know about some of them took place before humans and are explained by by seismic activity of the earth and climate changes in the earth but nowadays when we are finding that one out of every four for mammalian species is judged to be at risk for extinction in the near future. We have a lot to worry about belt because unless humans control their own activities we will lose the biodiversity we will lose the the diversity of love plants and animals that makes <hes> the earth habitable place for them and for us <hes> much more practically practically an you know an much tinier scale what we're up against in the case of elephants in the forest is poaching right poaching is done by people some of whom went perfectly innocent of of all kinds of bad intentions who are hungry <hes> <hes> who are brought in by lumber companies that are cutting wood or paid for by asian importers of artery artery or indeed who are getting bush meat <hes> there are lots of people on this earth and the people people in the central african forest area tend to be very poor and needy right. I find this very striking in your stories that clearly poaching is something you are against and yet you're always realizing bet it's often a correlation of poverty or of local uprisings and and so it's not so simple to divide the world into good guys and bad guys know and i don't want to do that at all <hes> i oh. I think that whatever relief to the situation comes is going to come as a result of a lot of integrated right at effort of people who are helping in human development helping people <hes> people were interested in wildlife conservation and people people who are using law enforcement in a considered and careful way to protect a marvelous species. That's in danger of extinction. These elephants in the african rainforest are living in an amazingly diverse place. It's one of the ironies of our situation association. Is that the places where you find. Most <hes> kind of animals and plants tend to be the places where people are poorest right and so you know we've got a lot to think of now. That's an interesting link. You're drawing between wildlife conservation and taking care of human beings yeah right well look..
"katy" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Sucks. I don't like it but at least has that little melody and then the chorus is a totally different thing. It's like the i like at least was that was that ends ends. Are you either way. We're a package store. I dunno sometimes i package store but it at the very least and here's another thing that's interesting <hes> the cord waltz. It's interesting so far is that you can analyze this music. The the court progression that it barely shows up in the rap song you can kind of see it <hes> or you can kind of hear it rather like in certain parts aw so there is an dun dun dun dun <unk>. No no no no no no no no so it's super basic boring crap up and it would be it would be interesting if it were the same in the katy perry song but it's actually not it's a different underlying chord progression. Let's ray hey while there are no pores here so you. Let's see when the courts come in because they're just they're not there in the you know it's just that but when they do come in their way different that's four chords. It's a different progression. It's just not the same thing like it's it's. It's the same as me. That's nothing i am ready for. This is ridiculous. I think that's i think that's what she was asking right. <hes> she's playing unlikely that she was asking little horsea. That's what i anyway so dark works. She's she's. She's black doc. I don't think she's talking about yeah. I don't think she's talking about packing haider's anyway notwithstanding the fact that we are not qualified to to evaluate katy perry versus christian rap. You're sort of t. Three bead your way into the correct answer so they're earwax tax bracket which is what we have is a jury finding of copyright infringement and now what is left for the jury is to compute the damages and the parties are submitting their proposed five hail. Marys gonna reach you the plaintiffs. They're gonna pray about it real hard. That's what it should be. I will i ask the lord for forgiveness. That should a bit seriously. I'm going to read you. This is katy. Perry's proposed jury instructions on damages now again. The court doesn't doesn't have to accept these right. The court is very likely to craft something that is in the middle but these are taken from pattern jury instructions instructions and it's very likely that the jury is going to get something like this so i'm going to upload this document as well the fact that you you the jury found a defendant liable for copyright infringement does not mean that the defendant is liable for profits you make an award of defendants prophets only if you i to find the plaintiff's showed by a preponderance of the evidence that there was a causal nexus between the infringement and that defendants gross revenue so then here's the instruction instruction yeah no if you find that the plaintiffs have shown by a preponderance of the evidence that there is a causal nexus between the use of the joyful noise musical composition in an and here's why i need thomas.
"katy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Katy Perry. Forbes says her most recent tour with eighty dates earned a million dollars, plus each of those venues, so she may eighty three million dollars had to that swift then beyond say and then pink now. Our small business spotlight here. WCBS sponsored by BNB Bank community banking from Montauk to Manhattan. Stephanie Benedetto is the Queen of raw fabrics. He takes unused materials from factories and resells them. So they don't go to waste have saved. Thousands of gallons of water that's used in the clothing making process and creates fashionable clothes that are less expensive. You're taking you underutilized resources all this stuff. All this gorgeous stuff talion Jakarta's, you know, leathers silks from around. Okay. That is just sitting in a warehouse costing these businesses money. This is leftover 'cause they measured wrong. They didn't sell it. Exactly for all. They didn't sell it. They measured wrong. They changed the amounts of what they were doing. They changed a slight color or print, and it's just sitting there costing them money or they had to burn it or send it to a landfill. They had no alternative. And so we wanted to build this blockchain enabled marketplace to give them that information that who's going to buy this from you. I'll everybody I mean, we sell from everyone from a student a maker a Crafter a quilter all the way to the biggest brands in the world are some of our customers, and you can see how Queen of raw uses artificial intelligence to targeted consumers on their digital platforms and sell directly to them. It's the WCBS small business spotlight. Video with.
"katy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Katy k. Radio. He's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety Red Eye, Eric I'm sure you'll agree with me on this. We haven't even had the discussion on this. But I think one of the things that Republicans learned who might have forgotten about it is the anger isn't just a Trump. The anger was never all just at Trump from the left. The anger has always been there. The rage has always been there. Well, excuse me. It's been there for the last couple of decades right now, I'm gonna say, but it has been there. The last couple of decades. It was there a Bush like I said we forget we have short memories Bill. Maher was one of said, well, yeah. You know, we had Bush was Hitler. We said Romney was but they really weren't. But this guy really is. Now as we found out. It doesn't matter who you are. If you are on the other side, they will come after you. They will defame you their rage will be amplified and will continue to be amplified to the point where you're like, I really can't believe when you when you look at it when you saw some of these protesters, you say, I really can't believe that, you know, these these people have a critical thinking thought that actually goes through their head. Well, keep in mind. I mean, you know, for at least five days or so Jeff flake was a hero. Remember when coons called him a hero. He was a hero in all this when he delayed the process that was until the vote your hero until the vote the it, and it doesn't matter who you are even if you're on the left, they don't you're not useful to them anymore. Better Aurora does not need Barack Obama to campaign. So it doesn't matter who you are. You're not immune for Cobra electronics. Here's your.
"katy" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"You're listening to start talk. Looking back to start off from the American Newseum natural history right here in New York City featuring my interview with global pop superstar. Katy Perry, and I ask Katie about her hit song called ET as in extraterrestrial, check it out. So tell me about aliens you. It was about ET was in metaphor was a little metaphor, but that's the thing is like I have an ant farm in there. How do you know we are not an an form equivalent of a species found humidity that found humans, entertaining, and said, let's make a place for them with a think they are free and they put him on earth free. That's why I was on call chain to the rhythm. You know, it's like you think you're free, but we're all chained to the rhythm to the rhythm drink this one's on me, but we're all chained to the rhythm. And so when I look at ants and I just think of an aunt, I just think I'm speck of of sand or I also like sometimes we're that speck of San that like accidentally gets in your mouth and it's like, I can feel that. Big completely there there. I don't like it at all, or I do like it or who knows? But that's why that's what the ant farm in their represents is just like, you know, sometimes we are chained to this idea and constructs and things that we think we should be or things at the world tells us to be like, how do we think I helps. Or can we even think for ourselves? So if one morning you woke up and the ants catapulted themselves out of the end for him, they thought for themselves. Celebrate that, or would you freak out the answer chief consciousness? They realized they were in a matrix and that their creators were humans. Who constructed this prison that they think is a universe unto itself. Could that be us? I'm just gonna impress control, delete on this whole. You guys have an in-form. I didn't sit here. Yeah, yeah, I haven't at farm. I carry it with me everywhere. There it is. They really do them and Grumman data's berry Jones. Tito Marlin and. Yeah, they're making a little pass for themselves and just just live in Levin life. So I thought only kids had informed, but apparently, Charles. Why do you think like this thing? Well, I know that some psychologists that when you're developing as a child, you like to see how other things behave so that you can model you own behavior after them. Oh, but as we grow older, of course, we don't behave like an so I suspect it's more the laws lines of curiosity and trying to see what will happen. It's almost like watching the TV show. You don't know the answer to watching a sporting event where you don't know who's gonna win, and just seeing what develops and that in self is a fascinating thing that allows us to sort of explore behavior. So what do you think of my hypothesis or the plausibility argument that I gave that we could be an form of an intelligent alien species and they establish earth own entertainment to watch us earth. Well, there are plenty of science fiction stories that suggest some similar things like this. Also twenty. How do you are you? Are you with that? Or the rationalist philosopher Rene, Descartes suggested that we would not be able to tell the difference whether or not we were in somebody's and farm or whether they current of cartesian coordinates. That's one, I think, therefore I am that one guy that guy. So when we're thinking about whether or not we are in some sort of other creation, the only thing that matters to us when we're in it is are the rules consistent, right? If I dropped something ten thousand times, will it always fall in the way I predicted or will on the ten thousand first time suddenly flies off into space that inconsistencies? The thing that will tip us off to suggest that there's something non natural going on. Otherwise, the matrix this, but the good. Twice. I get it. S. Katy Perry, what she would do if aliens ever visited us here on earth, maybe they are observing us, but maybe one day they just wanna come down, chill..
"katy" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Interview with pop superstar. Katy Perry, I was delighted to discover that she has deep curiosity from the idea that we all might just be ants living in an ant farm to her total crush on. Is it Newton? So let's do this. Kulu tonight might comedic co host is the one in only six years Mehta. Y'all might nowhere as the former cast member on SNL here. Just so you know, we don't bring on just any comedian to be my co-host a little bit street Greek decreed street. Geek geek crit. Yes. And I understand it. You are named after an alien crystal from one of the original episodes of Star Trek. Yeah. Whoa, parents attractive. It was a episode called by any other name, which is very at. Joining us is my friend and colleague, Charles Lou Charles. Astrophysicist, but that's not why we have on the show really. You're a fountain of knowledge. All things pop culture as well. As s tonight we're featuring my interview with pop star. Katy Perry, she's sold more than one hundred million albums worldwide. She's the number one followed person on Twitter with one hundred million followers. Okay. She's three triple platinum albums, and her latest release is an album called witness in two thousand seventeen. I recently was invited to drop by her pad, her digs in Los Angeles just to hang out and chat about the universe for star talk. Let's check it out. This is Katie. For inviting me to your space. My name, this is it. Lows barking because she wants to ten just like leather. Other are used to walk dogs when I was a kid and I use that money to buy my first telescope. Really? Yes, hey nugget, no parking, good girl. All right. Let's go outside. I am so love what you've done with the excited to talk to you. So thank you so much. Rush, it's called star, talk star talk..
"katy" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Juggling 7000 balls under a microscope you're gonna you're bound to like lose a couple of them along the way sometimes i misinformed and sometimes i just put my foot my mouth or sometimes bad judgment or ego takes over but i'm glad i never make mistakes y you know what my selling does but i think that it's actually a really good example of being able to fall and get back up again so then it seems like it would be very comfortable to be that person who finds this thing that the an and i'm just going to loosely described this as the kind of katy perry sound and the katy perry persona in the katy perry person and yet it seems like as evidenced by what your statements about this record that you're that you're trying to evolve in political ways in personal ways in sexual ways not just based on like you know media or marketing or what have you like real personal ways and i think so did something spur that was there a moment or was it just was a series of moments that was a domino effect i think honestly we did like this domino's trek and i was like oh that feels like a lot like my life like one big domino after another but i do think and i want to go back to you know i do think and i'm not saying oh poor us or anything but i think women in general you know they have this ideas like perfection and pop stars and like we can't go out there without makeup and everything has to be luxurious or glamorous are perfect and i i really wanted to try and my own way to kinda break.
"katy" Discussed on Channel 33
"It's all katy perry it's katy perry is you to world word is watching it for it to juliet i have i have a lot of things i wanted this gotta for anyone who is not i'm ben following pop music or on the world recent you know cultural events recently katy perry release album last week she did on friday called witness and she has been promoting that album of wrestling massively for several weeks now in a variety of ways that culminated with a ninety six our livestream yes where you could just what i mean you could watch katy perry eat work out sleep she also had a lot of guests a lot although i am i have a thought about the guests yet which she didn't go for like top shelf famous people but she went for you to famous yes says she had james gordon yes she had pentatonic says a i can't even talk about that but we will uh it was interesting was like this is a very calculated presser very cut calculated publicity campaign rate so i wanna talk about katy perry a to is i want to talk about katy perry as a pops are as an artist and talk about the album and then we will talk about this pressed or katy perry is this okay okay i i here's my algarvia area i like it while seles salacious a jam i every time i click on one of the livestream like break out videos a little bit of witness plays and i'm into it sure um there's a slow song that i heard yesterday that is really slows again this is pleasant it's now it's obviously not ever gonna come to the highs of teenage dream no a or even like some i from uh walking on air on presumes a probably will top three katy perry song railway but i i like this album it gets me bopping in my chair juliette as always a visionary at a lower in the pop music pinon space not even unique it's it's not a disaster now not um signed a doctor luke record it's not art pop if you will which i thought robber villa in our piece about yesterday katy perry taylor swift feud which will also come back to you mean an app comparison it i think careerwise this will end up being.