20 Burst results for "Kitson"

"kitson" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"kitson" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

"Forget your perfect offering. There's a crack. There's a crack in everything that's have a kitson and for me. You know that sort of sums up how as think about life you know you can get absolute. Go down the google with despair if you look at all the darkness but actually it is always a crack right. There's always somewhere with a light kitson. That's where i try to focus my life. And and if i think about what's going on now afghanistan and all at hora. At covered inequality gut it goes on and on and on and tips of what we've got to deal with. But i'm mois i just. I spent my life looking for greatness and and celebrating the greatness and magnificence of people and leonard cowan kind of catches that for me. When i tell you listen to that album you'll love it. I.

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"kitson" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

Storytelling with Puck

07:53 min | 2 months ago

"kitson" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

"And actress under sheet pretending to be very intimate and offset making these noises. And i just felt sorry for the only god you can do and he came off and i as i was getting him dressed for the next thing. Let's it how do you how can you do that without just either. Totally or laughing and he said if you don't believe what it is that you are doing then you audience white. Believe that either and for me that was. That was a light bulb moment. I suddenly went own. mind god. that's that's it. That is the secret to acting. If it is a secret told but for me it was just the penny dropped and from that moment on our own nicer course i can. I can act. i can do that. And so i then went to A drama college in oakland county and coast with them and from there when into fringe the editor. We took the plate to Edinburgh and i loved it. I just love the rehearsal. You know everything about playing and creating and we put the whole thing together ourselves. You know we did the sets. We did the costumes. We'd found the money we we did that and so i really really wanted to go into acting. Actually the the fee professional acting jobs. I did do. I realized that. Actually i mean at the acting is very creative. Obviously but for me the creativity was bringing the hoesch together. So i kind of. I got into teaching from there. Because it subsidized my getting additions but actually i loved the process of getting people to performance so getting them to a point where they were on stage before me so it wasn't me onstage performing the i i was kind of almost like the puppeteer directing things wrecking producing in directing. So that's kind of what's led me to where i am today and i. I love when i started. Teaching am working with With adults rather the children's i spent many is doing so few siestas and spent eight nine years ago. I started working with adults. Because that's what i thought was adults need to play. They need to be given permission to play as the children did. And do and i just wanted to give adults the opportunity to play those warm up games to do the improvisation and actually i was absolutely right because every class i go into with adults and i work with them with improvisation and voice anxious kitson permission to play in create. It's it's incredible. I've had people come up to me off to his inside. That was like a therapy session yet. They just get the get the chance to to. Yeah trouble the back edge and just play. It's what the food the way the way you'll story has evolved because you original story a about your thoughts and having almost touch connection to the hollywood life but not fully realized not the hollywood world or even the fatal to get because it wasn't way you brought up. It wasn't the typical entity. Which then i guess. Maybe a bit of an excitement. Fool the acting world and folded directed. But what's really interesting. Is that even up the beginning even as a kid you kind of doing the directed you clint because nobody else was interested but you will forcing them to cover without to to do it. He i'd so close came full circle. But it's all you got to having being an actor worked innovator in scott's a professional jobs and then you realize that actually what you do as a kid which somebody sake discouraged you from doing what you love to know pasta all it's wonderful outlets And it wasn't ice. It wasn't until i'm now in the last year so certainly jerry locked down. I had a chance to really think about how those life experiences. I'm what we do as children. We seem to come back to it. I was able to sit down. And really think about. And i. And i remembered that i'd actually used on plays and charge people entrepreneurs whereas it was a charity a charity. I remember having about five or six friends. Come and sit and watch this. Play that i'd i'd made up with with some other friends and charging them at a ten p or something and taking very proudly my sixty pence side made to the local charity. Hutton was like. I think it was a children's high and knocking on the door and say his sixty page. That's very that's very good of you especially for somebody. Who's the eight jeff embrace people if they had sixty payment be going out and buying sweets chocolate things and you are you it to charities you had you had a social conscience alone time you go into the business world but your your whole journey. Your whole story fascinates me for the age of a child to what your that was doing to way. You are now. I think i'm going to try touch on. Somebody's pinch out the podcast. But it won't to actually bring us to the more modern times what it is that your actually doing so. I introduced june by saying that. You give your clients you give people that you work with the power to speak. What does that mean. I was in a. I was in a breakout room in a in a networking session. And and i think we were trying to about three the three of us in this room and we will expand into the others to each other. What it was that we did as a business just to workout really with other people understood from our titles from our tagline. What it was that we actually did and i kind of explained what it was. I i did And one woman in the room said and i said what. Do i do that to you from what i've said what what is it i do and one woman said you help people mock it themselves effectively and the other woman said you help people show up powerfully in the world. Wow i mean how amazing is that just from from explaining what i did. I didn't space even up for myself. Up to that point realized the benefit that i could provide to people to give them the you know to be able to market themselves effectively using voice in that presentation but also just to have that power to put their ideas to share their ideas to change the world. If that's what they want to do if their ideas that strong Strong belief and they want to share it then. My job is to to give them the power and the energy to do that way. Does that come from is it. Is it about confidence is about technique is about both of those things off. Things that i'm completely missing are important to and confidence. Technique are certainly. yeah absolutely. i mean an permission is the other is another big word because people we go through school and may be lucky. Because i i did. I had teaches that. Were quite happy for me to put that play on every friday afternoon. You know. so i was encouraged in that way. You don't forget the.

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"kitson" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"kitson" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Tell us that's wrong. We rejecting their policies. Yeah what about using the magic. A racer your arm that would be like absorb a lot of like odor and wetness. Right a i mean. I don't know. I don't even know that i've ever held a magic eraser. Oh i've never either. That flip yahtzee sell that i get that but Taking your kids don't ever draw on the walls not really good kitson. Yeah when i moved out of my last place my like my kids like tag the hell out of the house that we lived in with with markers crayons sharpens just like why like why. Why did you write your name on the wall like like. We don't know that the tagging the wall. They just have to live with it in their room. You like with this until you're twenty. You're going to regret all of these things you've done to your room time you're twenty and you have your friends over and they're like. Why does your room like like this again. It's just my parents left it punishment and then these idiots right like their own name on the wall and then is it wasn't me heels. Do you only know how to write. One word yeah. But listen. When i go golfing and i know i'm gonna shake a ball into somebody's houses or there's a good chance not like i'm doing it on purpose. I will raise someone else's name on the ball so that when they come at me. I can be like no look. Here's my id. And i also always golf with all different ball. So they're like who's who's golfing with. The title is pro vs. Like not me. I have now you remember which is the right one. You just have a smorgasbord of balls in your bag. So then they can't match you with another ball There's a lot of hacks here to not get yelled at for breaking. Someone's window on a golf course. You can even rights. Somebody's phone number on the ball as real good prank like when your friends. There's lots of stuff so yeah. I think you're older one could probably right. He was like a crafty but not diabolical.

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"kitson" Discussed on Typology

Typology

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"kitson" Discussed on Typology

"Kitson quickly after to kind of think about the room. Whether it's rational or not like which one i think so. I am not afraid to take risks. So sometimes there's things that people be like. Oh that doesn't make sense or whatever. But i'm like not feel like i'm supposed to do it and then i do it. You know i You know i. I'm a driven person. So there's a lot of times where you know things that i may not be qualified for that. I'm just like you know. But i i've i learned pushing the fear and and take your job. Okay up do you tend to be a black and white thinker or a person who is really comfortable with paradox in graz so i will be honest. I used to be much more black and white lice. When i was when i was younger i was very much like. That's right and that's wrong. As i got older. I much more believe in the gray alright. Not helping them. I know you are you are. You are really good. And hopefully people were tracking with the questions like which one is about a one which ones about four because ones are much more black and white fours are all about paradox in grass related to whenever i did look at the ones i i knew that about myself but as i got older i have an have more life experience of lived experience. I'm much more comfortable with a great right but at twenty one. You're a black and white thinker. Yes okay probably sell around. This goes back to twenty one when you were twenty one. Would your aesthetic preferences been all about. Maybe precision would have been more important aesthetically than let's say All about meaning an existential kinds of answers being thrown around. Or you know what i'm saying like. Yeah more so probably more so of yeah like i'm put together people feel like i'm gonna put together person presents very put together How do you feel by the way when people are late for meetings..

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"kitson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"kitson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And treaty husband and wife duo Michael Trotter, junior and tenure, Blount. Of Detroit. That's a song called Hustling. I believe That's Jerry Douglas on the dough, bro as well. And I thought, that's great. They were started off as a gospel duo and of Worked their way into the secular world of music and doing a great job of it. I think I really like what I hear when I listen to those guys. Let's see. Let's see what that short set of female voices that came out this last year. We got rien in Giddens. Don't call me names. That's a that's a powerful one. She's she's just so good. Liza Gil Kitson peace in our hearts featuring Sam Butler, another Nice mixture of folk and soul. I thought with sand dollars, soulful voice going in. Alicia Vianney. Lonesome for you often album of the same name, And then finally, the Warren Treaty with hustling. That was a single Came out this last year. And we're getting near the end of the best of 2020 review here on the green Morning radio. Hope you're enjoying it here on Wrt Miles. We'll let you know. Coming up later in At the top of the hour. We're gonna have the BBC news, followed by a public affair. And then jazz programming, starting from two until five with tactical radio. With TJ Joe Joe and When we get left well, I guess it's time for the big reveal here. The top three acts of the year that I really We're, uh we're just moved by just fantastic stuff. Uh, First one number three. I guess it's gonna be a song called Raining on a Saturday to single released by terror, Spencer And, uh, you know, it's a great song, but also just I think there's a symbolic Meaning that when I I played this song the first time I reached out to her, and I said, I'm gonna play your song and we started talking. And I guess it was a boring Sunday for both of us because we both ended up talking a lot she agreed to do My first international Gimme five interview and five fantastic songs. From fellow Northeast Canada folk musicians. And And it's since released two really nice album chasing rabbits, which is really nice out there on streaming services to check out so Terry Spencer. Canadian Nova Scotia in Folk singer, her song raining on a Saturday number three on the top three choices of what I thought was so good this year. Number two Los Angeleno like myself. John Craigie had an album out called Ass Trick the Universe, and I really think as a as a full album that's got to be one of the best that came out this last year. Very solid, got some words on some of the other song that prevent me from playing him on the radio before 10 o'clock at night, but This one has played a couple times already to great tune called part Wolf. And and after that again, couple more songs from the coup. The Amsterdam in London duo met Arthur from London and Gero holders From Amsterdam, the coup CEO Oh the e P. They put out is called Amsterdam Moon was quite live. We're going to hear low country girl and Rosie. And if there's more time well, maybe even hear another one. Let's start off with 321 terror. Spencer raining on a Sunday then John Craigie, part Wolf and then a couple by the coup. To sum up this year in music. Last night. We had plans, but I felt like staying home. So we walked around the water holding hands and ice cream cold. You wrapped up in a ball game. I curled up for a match. I'll get our lay down beside me, my head laid in your lap and it was a shame Miss the concert..

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"kitson" Discussed on G&Q Review

G&Q Review

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"kitson" Discussed on G&Q Review

"Because lost in kitson on a flight. Yeah which is wild. I mean we talked about this before but The the airports in any movie pre-nine eleven. You're like that looks nice. Yeah i wish we could do that. They're just like you don't even you put you. Give them your ticket office airplane. Yeah you just have to get to your gate like imagine there's no security line those there's some basic security or something and you just go to your gate. You look at the screen. Anyone can get into the area with her without a ticket and now we can't do that. We're going to hang out with someone at their gate until they leave until they literally have to board as like a train station now. We don't do that anymore. Nope i think you can hang out with the pilots to check out the cockpit for. Yeah sure man. Come on in. And i don't even actually mind today's implementation when i don't like grant i really don't like i don't like taking off my shoes. I think that's ridiculous. I don't want to take off my shoes just because of the shoe bomber at the airport. Oh thought sorry. I'm yeah in the security. I thought for some reason my head was going like you've taken off your shoes like on the flight. Those animals. Now i look around sometimes. I'm at the airport. Every single person taken off their shoes you gotta do so. See pre check bro. Do they have to take off your shoes anymore. I guess so. Every time i get closer to that. But i guess i should probably also you have to have airport shoes. Essentially like what are you wearing. You gotta wear off the e you slip in and out i. no. I've been you know from years of living in shanghai and going different places and trying to pack under light. Pack light basically always wore the boots. The helmet shoes headiest shoes. And you may know. It's the same boots. I've had analyze. More reason. why quinn and she's of the airport. They're always boots. Take you like like two minutes. The lace is not the issue grant issue about principles. Good some slip on slippers. You fuck the guy high five no. Oh it's just a high five aren't you just give them a high five. I don't want give my by anyways. Grant so the movie be able to scan your shoes any Guess what my first note was queen. I didn't really know whether i've never seen this film before. Didn't know about. I said i bet the cop burglar. it's what i said. Because he's like he's assing like those leading questions he's like. Oh how you keep you being saved for the holidays blocked up blah blah and he is just a this guy's a burglar and guess what he's a burglar it was also strange for him to just be there in the first place like what is it the cop doing what does he want. They didn't really show him approach us. Just there in inside the beginning of the film so well good. I knew grant you got it did you. Did you guess right again with the the old man with shovel who is rumored to be a serial killer. Did i think he was a serial killer..

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"kitson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"kitson" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"It assumes that you're not going to adjust your spending if there's a time that that calls for it and your portfolio begins to shrink it assumes that you're not going to get social security income it assumes all of these different things that make it incredibly even more conservative than that so if you're trying to think about like what is fi- to me and you're not a real estate investor small business owner. You're just earning money and stack in it away. In stocks and bonds. The four percent rule is as good a starting place as you're gonna find. There's just not going to be more conservative reasonable assumption with that said i also acknowledged that a lot of folks go onto the buildup cash files and access to that they go onto by other assets in those types of things and layer those into their calculations so go for it but use it as a starting point and the rule of thumb with your free. When you get to four percent you could be free. You can choose to stay working if you really enjoy your job. But you'd that's freedom. Point of financial independence is to have the choices available to you and yeah once you hit the four percent. My super math gig brilliant has been still was not convinced after reading all of the things he still wasn't convinced an had that one more year syndrome and once he finally left. He's like yeah it just continues to grow and yes he's got me working but the portfolio continues to grow without adding to it as well. So yeah this is the safe withdrawal rate and it was just so much fun to talk to bill. Should we get out of here. Scott a suit before we do. I want to send a huge. Thank you to michael kitson for introducing a bill for michael's brilliant research extension into the four percent rule and just in general for being a superhuman being the notes for today show can be found at bigger pockets dot com slash money. Show one five three. Do you know somebody who argues with you about the four percent rule have them listen to this episode and have them read the article. The original article. We will link to in the show notes as well have them read that and then have a intelligent conversation. And don't tell them. I told you so from episode one hundred and fifty three of the big pockets money podcast. He is scott. And i m degen's and saying later..

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"kitson" Discussed on Live and Learn

Live and Learn

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"kitson" Discussed on Live and Learn

"Social emotional development is is to use those words. So doing things like if I'm asking you to listen to music and I really want you to listen in for the different instrumentation and our want you to understand how it makes. You feel that's a really important part of becoming self aware because. More self aware you are the more you understand how your body reacts to certain things the more you can help yourself to control that when you need to and telling the kids that is really explicit. Teaching is just such an important part of seal for sure that leads me to that second thing, which is how seal activities and lessons and strategies can just really help develop student's growth mindset There's they're learning about themselves and learning about how things affect them, and then discovering ways that they can actually utilize the arts to even change their mood or help them get out in something maybe have seen teachers giving kids stress falls here take this well, why? You know giving them the opportunity to understand why whether it's in the moment or even asked her words you know 'cause in the moment, the Kitson might not be ready to talk about it but you know you'd get get to have some get a good feel of what your students need and and be able to give them the respect almost to help them to understand why why it is that they're that you're asking them to do certain things. You, know it made me think that Everson you have just sad. It's so applicable to teachers. and. The more the teachers are the more they will be resistant saying I suppose this out. How is this going to help what are it's so have so many things to do for tomorrow Handel is this old happening in your retreats? Is this kind of only the people who are ready and no it or what what happens when the adults and grownup.

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"kitson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"kitson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Does that make sense it almost to do but I also don't want us to run up into the hey. We didn't close out the election buddies so we don't have any of results problem. We have thirty seconds left in the Paul on the suspension of the rules. Go ahead and vote. Yes will suspend the rules to dispense with state-by-state for future ballots. No will have still do state by state for future ballots of five seconds left. And then is Crawford if you can display the speaker list. Because I'M GONNA get back to that all right. Four that suspension of the rules. I have seven hundred forty two. Yes eighty nine. No twenty three abstained again. Seven four two. Yes eighty nine. No twenty three abstain. The motion passes we will dispense with state-by-state roll offer for future. Ballots is appointed parliamentary procedure from Nevada. Delegate Louis Hambo will Mr Fishman simply send a single election buddy email to all delegates for the purpose of voting in the subsequent rounds Mr Fishman. You can answer that if you like. It will only go to the states. Who chose to use election buddy? Okay we will now go to Montana. Delegate Jacob Kitson let Mister Kitson's speak go ahead Mister Kitson army. I can't no thank you MR chairman. I would like to use this time after having patiently waited both days to have the following statement. Please be put on the record that..

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"kitson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

Business Wars Daily

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday France. Maybe one of the things things you look forward to on the weekend is going to hear some music or perhaps playing some of your own today to celebrate our three hundred episode of business wars daily. We're going to take take a look at two icons of the Guitar Business Gibson Guitar and fender recently our sister show business wars to deep dive into their decades long rivalry and today we're going to catch you up on where the two are now. Gibson guitars been on a rocky road to say the least the company was founded in nineteen o two and named after Kalamazoo Michigan Inventor Orville Gibson over the decades it became known for its high quality instruments particularly guitars played by Les Paul Elvis Presley Jimmy Page and bb be king among many others less Paul of course had a guitar named after him but in recent decades Gibson Star began fading in the nineteen eighties instrument sales slowed as kids chose synthesizers and video games over guitar strings over time that trend continued by the early two thousands more and more musicians composing and making music digitally under CEO Henry Jessica Gibson attempted a risky strategy to try to reduce Gibson's reliance on selling mainstream mainstream guitars. He wanted Gibson to become what he called a music lifestyle company with that as its New Strategy Jessica wits lead Gibson into buying buying an assortment of consumer electronics businesses making head bones turntables in speakers but what about guitars will according to the Nashville Tennessee and between twenty ten in two thousand fifteen the company's sales grew from three hundred million dollars to over two billion dollars but the business model was hollow just go lewitt's had also tried to reinvent his electric guitar business pioneering several attention-getting innovation some of which like a rocket shaped guitar and electronic robot tuning. Learning machines were mostly rejected by guitar purists. Many Gibson loyalists complained that quality dropped prices rose in by two thousand fifteen profit margin's dropped to a meager four percent meanwhile Gibson's most famous rival thunder was doing quite well founded by a Radio Repairman in an instrument lover named Leo Fender Back in Nineteen forty-six vendor is famous for its stratocaster and telecaster guitars. The company also invented an electric bass. Call the P. Base the precision bass which became a foundation for rock and roll like Gibson fenders instruments appeared in the hands of world famous artists from country to our beat Iraq in the nineteen eighties eighties and nineties fender custom crafted guitars for Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck Merle Haggard Stevie Ray Vaughan and the list goes on while Jessica Woodson his team were pursuing doing an aggressive strategy that took the company away from its core business fender to was expanding but in an arguably healthier less flashy fashion the company added Digital Products Guitar Students along with upgraded amplifiers and other basics by early twenty eighteen gibson was in debt to the tune one of half a billion dollars and filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection some wondered whether this would be Gibson Swansong or if the one hundred sixteen year old company could be saved last October Gibson name new leadership and the company emerged from bankruptcy now. It's getting back to basics. No more rockets shaped guitars electronic robot tuners crazy futuristic takes on its mainstay. Les Paul Guitar Today. Gibson offers two basic lines of its classic classic guitars modern and traditional many players feel like qualities returning and that the guitars while still expensive or no longer wildly overpriced and under engineered appeared. The company is slowly getting. It's Mojo back. Fender is at the top of its game but keeping an eye on Kitson. Hey Vendor knows its biggest. Competitor isn't down for the count to make sure it would compete with Gibson. Fender has sharpened up its budget minded imports made in Mexico and China. Those instruments were designed to undercut Gibson price in rival. I Will Gibson's affordable brand episode on at the same time fenders producing high quality more expensive guitars right here in the United States of America. It's not easy for icon at companies to maintain their relevance for more than a century but with help from their fans that's just what both Gibson and fender have managed to do at least at least for now for more on the twists and turns of one of America's great musical rivalries check out our series Gibson guitars versus fender our sister show mm-hmm business works from wondering this business wars daily at this week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton edited and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers Marshal Louis created by for Non Lopez or whatever I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week.

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"kitson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Off-limits? Royal Kitson aim. I'm Elliot Francis. As the House Judiciary committee voted to hold the attorney general in contempt. The Trump point house was declaring that the entire Bullard Puertas covered by executive privilege of Costantini replaying by saying the attorney general recommended the White House claiming Zaki of privilege over the unredacted Muller report. The way press secretary, Sarah Sanders, sees it. The attorney general is actually a holding the law executive privilege is usually claimed regarding a president interactions with his aides or world leaders as a way to allow for Frank discussions since the Muller report does not fit that type of scenario Sanders, argues, the attorney general is protecting information. Grand jury information confidential information that cannot release it may soon be a matter for courts to decide. Bob Costantini, the White House and Trump is telling supporters at a campaign rally in Florida, not to worry about the trade talks. US will be holding with China this week. The government is filed plants raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports Friday. Mr. Trump remarked, quote, don't worry about it, a long workout. You know, why it always does New York state lawmakers are working on a law that would get Democrats in congress closer to President Trump's tax return the deal that passed in the state Senate would authorize state officials to release tax returns filed by seven different types of state and federal officeholders if requested by congress it would apply to returns filed a New York by the president and vice president US senators or the state's governor Lieutenant governor attorney general or controller it's still needs approval in the assembly, which is also controlled by Democrats. They haven't scheduled to vote on it yet, though Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin declined to disclose Trump's federal returns to the house thing the request lacks legitimate legislative purpose. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Marion vacant they've their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor on she also met his great, grandma. Mother Queen Elizabeth.

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"kitson" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on The Big 98

"Snore? I think I do when I'm in a really deep sleep but other than that. No. Yeah. But now you came we're going to. Thank you. I don't know have no clue. Okay. Well, your wife doesn't tell you. Oh, I have to kick my husband. But I don't know just wanna just sound interesting as women we can't admit it. But we're probably doing it. Amy. That's my pile. Was Amy's of stores. No one's a drag. I'm no, it's a no that dollar. Kiva with Jones is at the end of the blah. I know he gets tired. I know you get sick of town. Let's make lemonade. Stuck on stuck on me? Advertise. A man and not Kitson. Gladys mega sweet. Santa Ana wind up. Frame. No way. Avid. Tell me something good. A deaf man is giving sign language lessons to someone. He never expected to meet its Facebook. And it's a great story. Amy has coming up. It's good. It's next. Tell me something. Next.

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"kitson" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"He nearly one in two thousand sixteen would like to flip in two thousand twenty and NBC Wall Street Journal poll last week showed that most people don't think they even got a tax cut. Just seventeen percent of those polled believed their taxes down as a result of the. Massive tax cut that benefited mostly corporations in the rich tax prepare HR block said in a report last week that most Americans are undergoing what it called a confusing tax experience this season democratic Senator Amy klobuchar of Minnesota when many Democrats vying to run against Trump says the president's tax cuts added trillions of dollars to the nation's debt and help the wealthy more than anyone else. Tax day is upon us in California tax policy. Analysts are questioning how equitable the state's tax structure is Caitlin Kitson is a policy analyst with the California budget and policy center. She says a key feature of a fair tax system is whether it's progressive generally agreed upon principle. Protect fairness is that helpful contribute taxes based on their ability to pay so higher higher income households have layer higher ability to pay. And so it makes sense that we asked them to pay higher share of their income versus lower incomes folks that have to spend a lot more of their income on on assesses like. Shelter and food. Kitson's says this should not be confused with a flat tax system where everyone pays the same percentage of their income in taxes. A progressive system has higher income earners paying a higher percentage. Kitson says that in practice, California falls short of a truly progressive tax system because of its sales tax. Generally considered a regressive tax because it's the same rate for everybody. So if you're a low income household that has to spend a lot of money on. Recipes, you know, the sales tax is taking a larger proportion of your income than higher income household who is able to save a lot more money in their consuming, less of their income on necessities. Currently the lowest twenty percent of income earners pays ten and a half percent. The next seventy nine percent pays between eight and ten percent. And the top one percent pays twelve point four percent of their income to state and local taxes in two thousand twelve the state raised sales tax three new high income brackets were created an a personal income tax was levied on each bracket. This raised enough money to support various causes including California earned income tax credit or cow E I T C. The kelley. I went into effect in twenty and fifteen and it was expanded in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen it's a refundable tax credit that benefits working families earning less than thirty thousand dollars per year. According to Kayla Kitson other possible ways to equitably distribute income is to close tax loophole legislation. She says that would further expand the earned income tax credit to other groups such as immigrants. However, progressive tax analysts also advocate for an estate tax democratic state Senator Scott wiener of San Francisco last month proposed a California tax on income earners making three and a half million dollars or more. Pack. The US for all time. It's a way of taxing be states of wealthiest individuals. So that we don't create a permanent nobility in the US. It's equal. I think probably the most progressive kind of tax, and unfortunately, the federal government really Republicans for about twenty years have been chipping away at the tax to the point where I it it. Excludes many large state Senator Weiner says he chose three and a half million dollars is the starting point because that's what it was ten years ago in President Obama's first year of office. Hillary Clinton proposed the same threshold in her presidential campaign. As did Bernie Sanders in this year's campaign said the revenue raised from the taxes will go to savings accounts for lower. Income children to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty, currently one third of tax revenue goes to health and human services. One third goes to through twelve education and less than ten percent goes to higher education and transportation less than five percent goes to legislative environmental expenditures look into the future. Governor Gavin Newsom has a proposal that could again benefit low income earners by expanding taxes on corporations and people with high business incomes democratic presidential candidate come on a Harris has released fifteen years of tax returns, including returns for two thousand eighteen the California Senator reports that she and her husband had a federal tax Bill of about seven hundred thousand dollars on an adjusted gross joint income of about one point nine million last year. The documents provide the fullest picture of her finances as she pursues a White House bid reports and income of about one hundred and fifty seven thousand dollars in two thousand eighteen from her job as a Senator as well as about three hundred twenty thousand dollars in net income from work as a writer husband Doug em off earned about one and a half million dollars. As an attorney has the latest democratic presidential contender to release their taxes. President Donald Trump continues to refuse to release his at all since the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign today is tax day. Of course, it is also the seventieth anniversary of the founding of Pacific radio.

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Finally we can complain about the Apple event

Latest In Tech News

09:07 min | 2 years ago

Finally we can complain about the Apple event

"Top content there is while supporting the rest of the newsroom, they'll just cherry pick. What they want via news. Plus an apple shave off a few cents over to the publisher. While owning all the data customer relationship and power. Why subscribe to the publisher I already pay for apple news. Plus should. Be the question haunting journalists nightmares for readers ten dollars per month. All you can eat buffet from three hundred plus publishers sounds like a juicy deal will end it is. But it could accelerate the demise of someone outlets leaving society with fewer watchdogs, the storytellers if publishers agreed to shake hands with the devil. The dark or it will just garner more followers flip over a few pennies laugh maniacally runoff into the evening, making ruin a sponsor that much more tempting, but they won't know it. It'd be running off maniacally laughing. There's so many horrifying aspects of apple news. Plus for publishers best to just list each one and break them down number one. No relationship with reader to succeed, publishers need attention data and revenue an apple news, plus Kitson away of all three readers. Visit Apple's app not the outlet site. They give it free rein to promote conference tickets merge. Research reports in other moneymakers publishers don't get their apple news plus readers, Email addresses for follow up marketing cookies for ad targeting. Content personalization or there. Credit card info to speed up future purchases at the bottom of articles further. This is annoying. Apple news, plus recommends post by an outlets competitors readers end up without a publisher's bookmark in their browser. Toolbar amp on your phone or even acts easy access to them from news pluses default tab, they won't see the outlets creation at highlights. It's most important content or develop a connection with its home screen layout. They'll miss call outs. The follow individual reporters chances to interact with innovative new interactive formats, but perhaps worst of all publishers will be thrown right back into calcium of attention. They'll need to debased voice. Amp up the sensationalism of hotter. Headlines. Look or risk. Noor users strain an inch over to someone else because it's literally tap away. And they tell you to go to somebody else at the end of the article, anyways, it's literally click bait two point all over again have no control of how to surface number two. They're at the mercy of the algorithm, which outlets earn money, apple news. Plus will be largely determined by. What apple decides to show a no first few curatorial? Slats on screen anytime apple could decide it wants more visual photo based content or less serious world news because it keeps users even if they're less informed. It could suddenly preference shorter takes because they keep people from pouncing and. Yep. Or more generic shallow dives that won't scare off casual readers who don't seem even care about that outlet. Anyways. What if apple signs up a publisher's biggest competitor in all the pension decimating? The first discovery while still exposing its top pay world content for cheap access and buy cheap. I mean pennies remember when Facebook wanted to build the world's personalized newspaper and delivered tons of referral traffic than abruptly decided to favor, friends and family content. All even publishers starve, well now the outlets are giving apple news plus two same iron grip on her businesses. They might Harry you're a ton of talent to give apple what it wants only for the strategy to change. The Wall Street Journal says it's hiring fifty staffers to make content specifically for apple news. Plus those sound like some of the most precarious. Jobs in a business right now. Now, remember when Facebook out the Wall Street Journal guardian and more to build social reader apps in one day just shut it off and then shutdown whole Pat form while news plus revenue will be a drop in the bucket of phone sales. Apple could at any time decide it's not thirsty anymore. Let news plus rat that eventual realization of platform risk and loss of relationship with the reader, led the majority of Facebook's instant article launch partners like the New York Times, the Washington Post and vox to drop the format entirely publishers would be why succumb to that. Same conclusion now before they drive anymore eyeballs to news. Plus, so. Yeah. That along with the fact that okay? So for the nine ninety nine a month that you'd be paying to have access to three hundred outlets end the articles in all that stuff. Apparently apple taking a fifty percent cut. The remaining fifty percent gets divvied up to whoever happened to have the most eyeballs clicks taps links. Anything interested through that? But. Realization apple news. Plus really isn't built for news the third and final point at least in terms of the article that'll be reading fused far. If you wanna read the article in share your thoughts. Some you can certainly do that let us know on Twitter Facebook or YouTube in comment section what you think apparently apple acquired that make Zine industry's self distribution app. Texture a year ago now is trying to cram in traditional text based news with minimal work to adapt. The product that means, National Geographic and Sports Illustrated gets featured billing with animated magazine covers N ways to browse the latest issue. News outlets get demoted far below with no intuitive or productive way to skin between articles beyond swiping through a chronological stack. I only see Wall Street Journal's content below my Megan's a massive at home feature from architectural digest a random gadgets and gear section of magazine articles, another huge call out

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"kitson" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"I grew up with how come none of the guys I work and how come no one ever had an allergy, no allergies. But how come the rich kids had allergies? They had allergies. We didn't have allergies. And I was sort of thought of it is that's a luxury who couldn't afford an inhaler and day off or whatever it is move right past them. Didn't notice them did knows whatever, but they did studies. And I think it was I don't know turn of the century England or France, or whatever the rich kids all had hay fever. The poor Kitson lived in. Hey, the rich kids even back, then before double paned windows and tie vex house wrap and all this environmental Hesse felt there's this just back, then we just we live in thatched roof and castle or whatever slate roof, or, you know, brick stone everywhere, but even then just a cleaner. Life that they had the privilege life actually weaken their system, and it's it's it's pretty apparent. I see it. I see it all the time. I disagree with you with that theory as much as you've had. Yeah. But everyone's still thought I was nuts. When I told them the sewer now. Now, they want to go get the Pirro. Like, my whole thing was. I didn't care if somebody said, I'm sick. I can't shake your negotiate my hand. I I would routinely shake the hand of three hundred and fifty people after show take a picture there. When an go back, the hotel your nose, and then I would go grab a handful of cashews and just eat them my hotel bed. I wouldn't wash my hands ever. And everyone thought I was nuts. But I don't think so I think it's gravity, and I think your system needs it. Now, I don't think you can flood. You're you can't go from living in a bubble to throwing yourself into a sewer. Right. That's not gonna work you have to start. Introducing this stuff. And when the dust settles on the Parral and antibacterial, soap, and it already has settled not good three hundred handshakes is one thing. But the biggest power move. I've ever seen EUPOL was the nut on the tarmac at Burbank airport the whole airport, smells like jet fuel. I believe a bird picked it up and then dropped it. But it was the. Noble of the birds was opinion pigeon picked up my rat with rings pitch picked up. My. I think it was an and my picture picked it up and spat it out that was funny. Like it was like oh like oh. My nets do. Good for you. Good for my nut. Like, it was I threw it at the bird when I was walking onto the plane and the birds like let me see what this is. And then it kind of went. Thinks show and I was like all right. Don't be stuck up. And I walked over there. And got it. And they ate it. I've never all this thing that people always telling you about this. And then I felt that way that I felt this way. All I here's a post fair, though post post all you can get more than this country than other countries. Oh, no and other worlds and other lands that is a real thing. But here it's not in. So we've ramped it up because we have to convince the hysterics that it is we'll hysterics general. You're sort of really bugging me feels like everything is sterilize. Now, we were talking to Neil degrasse Tyson yesterday. And I was thinking about how hysterical everyone is about Coble warming. And here's a guy who was an expert. Very matter of fact about it. We got solutions is taken. We'll do it. No problem in the same is true everything. Well, let everything is some sort of weird hysterical reaction. But let's look at it. This way true. If you are needing stimulation or something. Well, here's what you want. Here's what you want one years a bunch of people, and they're laying there they're laying around a room. Right. Yeah. Laying around laying around a room, and you want them up and out of the house quickly. So if you go into that room, and you go, hey, hey, guy, high guy Haggai, hey, the japodlay closes in like seven hours..

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"kitson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on WJR 760

"We talked about some of the top scores will go through the others who played and scored foster lawyer had one long ball. Good for seven points in this game gay Brown who played some extended minutes. Eighteen was good for three points. Thomas Kitson played denounce scores. Abor Tillman five points and seven rebounds to boot and Marcus binghaman counter, George also got in the game, and you had all of it up. Michigan state winds up with seventy one points. And I think one of the things he was kind of impressive. We talked about the mad that Michigan state came into the game. The best three ball shooting team, percentage wise in the big ten denied shoot it all well from the long land, and I had but came back in that second half and did just enough to wind up the really respectable percentage. Yeah. No question about a shooting. Fifty percent six or twelve in the second half that for overall for the game gives them forty percent really good at the end of the day. So you know, they didn't rely on the three. But when they had the. Opportunities. They took them. And I thought did a nice job knocking them down. Well with this game was tied three times. We had a couple of the changes at Michigan state. Their biggest lead is Matt Sitterle was twenty one points in Penn State came out really hustling to try to get back into this thing in the second half, and they made a little bit of a push. But at the end of the day McRae hit a couple threes and everything sort of stopped there. So that's kind of look the numbers back with more in a moment. But first we're gonna pause ten seconds for our network stations to identify themselves..

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"kitson" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on Born to Impact

"James Kitson to automate your habits for increased likelihood of success instant and delayed gratification. How you can use both to form new habits so much more wisdom available in this book. I recommend that everyone listening when you go on over to Amazon or James may provide a website where you can purchase an a moment. Here. Your local bookstores, obviously crepe place you'll see it on the shelves. Their New York Times bestselling book, it has sold many many copies just within the first two months. Much more many more copies than most books will ever sell in the lifetime of the book. So very proud of what James has accomplished. And James we want to give you opportunity now just to tell people to anyone who's made it this far on the podcasts, which which we do have a really awesome finish rate on on the show. Yes, we do. But anyone who has made it? This far clearly has been engaged by the content, and we want to give you an opportunity to share where people can learn more or they can connect with you directly where they can tap into what you're doing have websites or social channels that you want direct them to. Yeah. Sure. I feel I feel James by the way before he say that I feel that there's going to be a lot of people out there that are going to want this book because I know there's already one major habit that you've already changed for me. And I'm going to focus more on systems. Instead of just the end goal. I love that by the way. So please get it out there because there's going to be a lot of people. I think that are listening right now, they're interested in this book. Yeah. Thanks so much. Always been great socked both you so my writing most of its James, clear dot com. So if you just go to James dot com and click on articles. I haven't Morgan is by topic. So you can just dive end see what's interesting to you, social media and all that is on there as well. And of course, as you mentioned going to Amazon is totally..

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"kitson" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kitson" Discussed on Born to Impact

"James Kitson to automate your habits for increased likelihood of success instant and delayed gratification. How you can use both to form new habits so much more wisdom available in this book. I recommend that everyone listening when you go on over to Amazon or James may provide a website where you can purchase an a moment. Here. Your local bookstores, obviously crepe place you'll see it on the shelves. Their New York Times bestselling book, it has sold many many copies just within the first two months. Much more many more copies than most books will ever sell in the lifetime of the book. So very proud of what James has accomplished. And James we want to give you opportunity now just to tell people to anyone who's made it this far on the podcasts, which which we do have a really awesome finish rate on on the show. Yes, we do. But anyone who has made it? This far clearly has been engaged by the content, and we want to give you an opportunity to share where people can learn more or they can connect with you directly where they can tap into what you're doing have websites or social channels that you want direct them to. Yeah. Sure. I feel I feel James by the way before he say that I feel that there's going to be a lot of people out there that are going to want this book because I know there's already one major habit that you've already changed for me. And I'm going to focus more on systems. Instead of just the end goal. I love that by the way. So please get it out there because there's going to be a lot of people. I think that are listening right now, they're interested in this book. Yeah. Thanks so much. Always been great socked both you so my writing most of its James, clear dot com. So if you just go to James dot com and click on articles. I haven't Morgan is by topic. So you can just dive end see what's interesting to you, social media and all that is on there as well. And of course, as you mentioned going to Amazon is totally..

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Dragon float in Disney parade catches fire

News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Dragon float in Disney parade catches fire

"Be treated and smaller community based programs closer to their homes and their families living up to the hollywood legend us navy seals are some of the toughest warriors in the world but long after combat is over many face and injury that can threaten their lives this sunday unfold measured with sherlock kitson cheryl reveals that hidden enemy in what's being done to fight it that sunday at ten am and again at eleven thirty five right here on komo shocking video out of florida tonight shows that sixty five year old grandmother pulled from her car by police tonight officer james legge seen here in the hat resigned police say this all started when rose campbell was pulled over for failing to maintain her lane she refused to get out of her car which is when officers got physical in his resignation letter leg defended his actions saying it was thanks to him they were able to best arrest the woman the happiest place on earth became a nightmare for today for some park goers take a look at this during a parade at disneyworld this malefic dragon float caught fire shooting flames and dark smoke in the air disney says the dragon is supposed to shoot flames out of its nose clearly something went very wrong crews shut the parade down while firefighters worked to put out the fire how many minutes do you think past steve before people realized that wasn't part of the intended effect from the knows it came from the that's a signal.

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