13 Burst results for "La Tasha"
"la tasha" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Bennett is sick. But Barrett, excuse me, is saying to you, look out and we need you. Due to organizations that can help, but they have to remain nonpartisan. We do need you. And you know what? You have to come back because we have to talk about this strategy. To press to press to get certain things pushed through the Congress while we have time. We got it. We still have a democratic majority in the House of Representatives. La Tasha, I got a minute and belongs to you. All right, I will just say that this is our moment. This is our time, but it hangs through it. If we don't move forward, it is our fault. And so I think that in this moment, this is a moment to recognize and I hope that people saw it in Georgia. This is the moment of recognizing that you have people power who can push through, but we can't stop there. We can not stop until we get the kind of policy we desire we deserve. This is the time y'all. This is the season. We got the reason that student worked. Amen, state representative lakeisha Meyers, 30 seconds. What do you need? What do you need your constituents? And what you need people to do. To continue to vote, I need people to continue to vote and I need them to bring somebody with them. And the younger generation, I want to see civics happen in action. That's what latasha is doing. In Georgia, that's what we need to do all across the country and understand that we have to be active participants. It is our currency. But you know what everybody? You know the thing is this is your moment. And
WNYC 93.9 FM
"la tasha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Wait, wait, don't tell me. Nothing's gonna ever keep you down you're the best for now nothing's gonna ever keep you down you're the best but I want nothing to ever keep you down. In just a minute Bill offers you a greasy treat and our listener limerick challenge call one triple 8 wait wait to join us in the air. We'll be back in a minute with more of wait wait, don't tell me from NPR. Next time on The New Yorker radio hour we'll take a look at the next round of Supreme Court decisions and we'll talk with Tom Stoppard, whose new play reflects his family's unspoken trauma during the Holocaust. I didn't feel I had to find out in order to live my own life. But that wasn't really true. Tom Stoppard on The New Yorker radio hour. Listen tonight at 7 on 93.9 FMW NYC or get the podcast. Support for WNYC comes from, the Joyce theater, presenting la Tasha Barnes, the jazz continuum. The work celebrates music and dances from across the Diaspora drawing a line from the past to the present October 11th through 16th tickets at Joyce dot org. You're listening to WNYC. I'm Tiffany Hansen. It's wait, wait, don't tell me this hour, but coming up in just about 20 minutes from now, it's the BBC NewsHour live from London. We'll have more on all of the developments over the weekend in Ukraine that coverage will continue into all things considered at 5 and then at 6 o'clock we invite you to stay with us for notes from America with Cairo. It's the show that used to be called the United States of anxiety now Kai and his gang are national bringing in new perspectives, new voices, and yours as usual for the conversation this week, young Iranian Americans aren't just watching the violent protests unfold in their ancestral home. They're also getting involved. You can hear how activists are raising their voices. That's at 6 o'clock, tune in, join in that conversation
"la tasha" Discussed on WTOP
"The top stories we're following for you tonight on WTO British prime minister Boris Johnson narrowly survives a no confidence vote among his own party it secures enough support for him to stay in office even though the rebellion will likely weaken him as a leader and there's a big shadow over his future Just days after being reinstated a senior lecturer at Georgetown university law school abruptly resigned today Ilya Shapiro was placed on paid leave in February after a controversial tweet about President Biden's Supreme Court nominee the first black woman who will serve on the high bench A report on the response to a shooting at magruder high school in Montgomery county in January finds areas of improvement or for improvement among the recommendations the school district should review whether police are able to open locked doors and emergency situations and train school staff on making 9-1-1 calls Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes A pair of morning crashes leave two people dead and Howard county one happened after 6 30 in Elk ridge police say a woman was at route one 75 in the 95 ramp she apparently went through the light and was hit by a Hyundai the Honda driver la Tasha Maria Curtis Barrett of Baltimore died at the scene The other crash is believed to have happened overnight when someone apparently hit a man and left him to die Just before 8 this morning someone found the body in a wooded area of elegant city near route 99 near weatherstone drive Police say he was 54 year old Michael Kevin Fitzpatrick of elegant city If you know anything Howard county police want to hear from you Keep an eye on your credit card bills I suppose that's good advice all year round but right now you need to make sure no one is using your card to buy stuff you didn't order Maybe if you live in Virginia or West Virginia or even come from the south.
"la tasha" Discussed on WTOP
"To the top stories we are covering for you on WTO It was a violent weekend across America Since Friday 13 mass shootings have left dozens of people killed or wounded meantime Democrats continue their push on new gun bills The house is expected to vote on some this week Russia has begun the grim task of turning over the bodies of Ukrainian fighters killed in a last ditch stand at that steel plant in mariupol A Ukrainian military commander says dozens of bodies have been transferred to Kyiv where DNA testing is underway Prime minister Boris Johnson faces a no confidence vote later today from his own Conservative Party in the UK and that could oust him from power But with no clear FrontRunner to succeed him Johnson still may defeat this challenge and remain prime minister Stay with double D TOP for more on these stories and just minutes Police in Howard county are investigating two unrelated deadly car crashes just after 6 30 this morning in Elk ridge the driver of a Honda was stopped at a light on the ramp of 95 south to westbound route one 75 she drove through the red light and was hit by a Hyundai traveling west on one 75 La Tasha Maria Curtis Barrett from Baltimore drove the Honda she died the woman driving the Hyundai was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries And then just before 8 this morning a person reported a body in a wooded area near westbound route 99 near weatherstone drive and elegant city police believe the victim was a pedestrian struck by a vehicle sometime overnight He's identified as 54 year old Michael Fitzpatrick delegate city anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Howard county police Coming up in money news The Dow is down 12 points How much are you wasting on forgotten subscriptions I'm Jeff wail Three 18 It's traffic and weather on the 8s and Dave dill dine in the WTO traffic Senate In Virginia I three 95 main lanes southbound heavy and slow from The Pentagon to shirlington beyond Lee road and shirlington circle the crash remains in the right lane 66 from falls church to front royal westbound new route 7 gravel spill only one lane to the left gets by Westbound heavy and all lanes through oakton police were stopped with one before 50 And then slow between haymarket and the planes the work zone near broad run and only one right lane getting by Volume delays on 95 at around the beltway and Maryland and Virginia in Maryland two 70 no incidents reported 50 heading eastbound across the bay bridge limited to two lanes but a change in the traffic pattern after a brief traffic hold We might get three lanes and two way traffic at the bay bridge No two way traffic at the nice Middleton bridge In fact it's only one lane at a time between the nice bridge and dahlgren They're alternating at a work zone and the king George county side on route three O one you're taking turns And slow at that Free COVID-19 booster shot at your local Safeway pharmacy walk in or make an appointment Safeway Your favorite local supermarket Dave dildy WTO H traffic Chuck bell with the weather All sunshine for the remainder of your Monday afternoon highs today will reach the low 80s It'll turn warmer and more humid over the next several days and rain chances are going to come back into the forecast as well Today's the last guaranteed dry.
Social Media Marketing Podcast
"la tasha" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"If you really are providing that valuable content. Are you wondering how NFTs and web three will impact your business? Well, then you definitely want to listen to my brand new crypto business podcast to understand this innovative frontier. All you have to do is search crypto business in your favorite podcast app and follow the show today. Latasha, thank you so much for answering all of my questions. If people want to discover more about la Tasha James, where do you want to send them? Where can they discover you on YouTube off YouTube wherever you want to send them? Yeah, absolutely. YouTube, you can just search my name latasha James on social and at the la Tasha James everywhere and I've also set up a landing page just for the social media marketing podcast listeners, which is latasha James dot com.
Social Media Marketing Podcast
"la tasha" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"So look at your analytics as your posting videos and see how long people are sticking around, pay attention to that qualitative data as well. And what people are commenting, are they complaining that it's really slow, the content's moving really slow. Well, then you might want to speed it up a little bit and get a little bit more choppy with your editing. So you're going to have to pay attention to your viewers behavior a little bit to determine the perfect time. But for me, it's between ten and 30 minutes generally speaking. For folks that are regular followers of social media examiner, we do what la Tasha recommends. We typically have one video a week that's really polished in studio filmed. Typically not with me, but with some other expert that we've flown into studio. And those are typically 8 to 12 minutes. And sometimes as long as 15 minutes, depending on what it is we're covering and we're just covering marketing topics, right? And then every Friday we have our live show, which is very tight, it's typically 20 to 30 minutes. And then we have also this particular show that those are watching live on YouTube, not live, but scheduled on YouTube or listening to the podcast. Recently, we began the idea of recording these in audio and video. And that started at episode 499 of the social media marketing podcast. What we've discovered and I don't know if you've discovered this as well, Natasha. The longer the video of the longer people tend to watch, like the shorter the videos, people are in and out. But our 20 to 45 minute videos, people are spending a lot more time on the platform. And even though the average time, like on a ten minute video, might only be three minutes and the average time on a 20 minute video might be 7 or 9 minutes and the average time on a 45 minute video might actually be longer..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"la tasha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"As widely known that helped set off the unrest The same month that king was beaten 15 year old la Tasha Harlan's was shot and killed by a store clerk in south central Los Angeles Here's her grandmother Ruth who the kids call me DIA remembering the day she sent latasha to the store I had to get some orange juice But when she got there the latest issue of seeing her put something on a backpack and she had the money and I had to pay the lady but when she turned around and to leave the latest shot her in the head and she died Natasha's brother vester and her sister Christina were ten and 8 when she died They came to StoryCorps to remember her Latasha was so popular I felt as though she was a celebrity because everyone knew her One of the favorite memories we had was when we used to be in the living room dancing and lips ain't getting over music like a talent show And we would have like spelling bees We would sit down and our grandmother madea will give us bell and words and we knew latasha would get them all right She was just that smart Yeah she was a caretaker She cooked She made sure we did our chores Did our homework She made sure other people had before She had I remember we were at the park and that's where the ice cream truck used to come And a little girl didn't have enough money And I remember latasha buying that little girl in ice cream Walk me through the day latasha died That morning madea she asked me to go to the store and I had a basketball game So after that I'm at the free throw line and our cousin T rented to the gym screaming Tasha dog constant dog I ran out the back of the gym ran home She was killed The hardest part about losing latasha was not having that older protective sister that I had she was just always a motivating factor in my life I just knew that I was blessed to have an older sibling that looked after me that loved me and I want people to know that latasha was an honorable student She wanted to be a lawyer She wanted to buy our grandmother a big old house She had dreams in life That's Christina Rogers investor acof remembering their sister latasha Harlan's Lata's killer was convicted of manslaughter but served no jail time This conversation will.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"la tasha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Down Debates about COVID safety are pitting teachers and parents against each other around the country will have the latest on the currency crisis in turkey and can 3D printer solve this country's housing shortage It is Tuesday January 11th actors and producer Amanda Pete is 50 years old today The news is next Live from NPR news I'm Joel Snyder President Biden is heading to Georgia today He and vice president Kamala Harris are due in Atlanta this afternoon To renew the push for voting rights legislation the bills of stalt in Congress Sam greenglass of member station W ABE reports Before his speech President Biden and vice president Harris will visit doctor Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthplace Senate Democrats are looking at an MLK day deadline for Republicans to allow a vote on the bills If not they're threatening moves to change the filibuster Some voting rights groups though say they won't attend Biden speech They're calling it an empty gesture Here's la Tasha Brown of black voters matter The intention is not to be combative or antagonistic The intention is to say this is role he sleeves up time Enough time for speeches And promises Brown says she wants Biden to stay in D.C. and work on passing the bills now For NPR news I'm Sam greenglass in Atlanta Investigators in New York City are looking into why safety doors failed to close during that deadly apartment building fire on Sunday The plane damaged only a small part of the building but officials say smoke easily spread because of the self closing doors they did not function properly Officials now say 17 people were killed too fewer than reported on Sunday.
"la tasha" Discussed on WTOP
"From George Mason university in 2015 and worked in the district for an English language TV news service based in China Having a parent in prison is difficult for any child but it's especially difficult at the holidays A local organization based in upper Marlboro Maryland that helps children with incarcerated parents has a solid mission this holiday season We're here to help support families that make sure that their children are receiving love hearing a community La Tasha ward founder and executive director of the solid foundation says they've adopted a dozen families this year And for the families there's definitely relief You know often a person has let back home the waiters on their shoulder The solid foundation helps to lift some of that weight They have been very very grateful humble but appreciative Stephanie gaines Bryan WTO P news This is all part of our continuing coverage of people making a difference in our community to find out more go to WTO P dot com NASA plans to launch its newest space telescope on Christmas Eve The James Webb space telescope will be sent in to space on board a European rocket the $10 billion satellite is the successor for the Hubble Space Telescope scientists hope the satellite will give them a glimpse of the formation of the first stars and galaxies that teach us about the atmosphere and stars closer to earth NASA's partnering with the European and Canadian space agencies on this Coming up next for you in money news Think your tax bill is bad wait until you hear about this one I'm John Aaron Oh boy One 23.
"la tasha" Discussed on WTOP
"So suddenly that's one less bed available for someone who might have a heart attack or break a leg John dumb and WTO P news You can hear more from doctor Stanley on the is this normal yet podcast you can hear it whenever you get your podcast Last year right before the holidays there were shortages of COVID tests available as everyone rushed to try to get one before they gathered with their family So is history repeating itself this year Not in Maryland We've got a lot of testing available Doctor Clifford Mitchell with the Maryland Department of Health says it's a good idea to get a test before gathering with family and friends but you don't have to go to the health department or doctor's office for a PCR test you can confidently use one of the antigen tests you can get at the drug store They can be slightly less specific but they are very good for situations where people may have symptoms and are not clear on whether or not they are COVID symptoms or perhaps flu symptoms or a cold But read the instructions many have two tests and they advise you to take them both 24 hours apart to get the best results Michelle Morello TOP news The holidays can be difficult a difficult time for families who have loved ones who are away in prison We can't take the place of that missing part But one local organization is helping to bring holiday cheer to children with incarcerated parents When you have people that's not even family that can come in and just show love I think it's like a breath of fresh air La Tasha ward founder and executive director of the solid foundation based in upper Marlboro Maryland says they've adopted a dozen families this year They have been very very grateful because they realize that people don't have to take an interest in them or their family What does a solid foundation want for Christmas We just want to be that bridge over troubled waters Stephanie gaines Bryan WTO P new This is part of our continuing series on people making a difference in our community To find out more go to wtp dot com A look at sports on the way it's two 14 And.
TIME's Top Stories
"la tasha" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"To the financial windfall has been the emergence of dedicated fan bases who are coalescing around groups on Discord, the preferred platform for NFT and crypto enthusiasts. Allen subscribes to the idea that having 100 true fans is better than having many casual ones, so he spends 6 to 8 hours a day interacting with his fans on his Discord, where they offer encouragement, feedback, and memes. Because many of them have bought a share of his masters from him, their emotionally and financially invested in his success. For his next project, he wants to break down the wall between artist and fan even further. I want to be like, here are 20 demos, let's make an EP together, he says. There are a lot of creative people in my Discord, but they haven't necessarily had the mechanisms to be able to exercise their creativity. In building up community and infrastructure, Alan and others NFTs as a viable alternative to the current system of major music labels. Labels have long been powerful in the music industry because they provide artists with cash upfront, mentorships, mass distribution, and strategies to thrive, but in return they usually assume creative control and the rights to an artist's masters allowing them to use the music in perpetuity. Owning masters was so important to Taylor Swift that she is re-recording all of her old albums from scratch, NFT musicians believe that a new model like the one offered by catalog might be able to provide financial stability, creative freedom and community all in one go. Halik mall became a believer in the power of NFTs after a decade in the music industry, including being signed to labels, led him to grow disillusion with the system. There was a large degree of manipulation and a lack of regard for my wider vision as an artist, he says. Last month, mall sold four songs as NFTs for 56 ETH, now $261,000. Mall also has a thriving Discord owns his masters and is using the funds he made from NFT sales to build a music and art studio in Barbados, which he hopes will uplift a community that often suffers from brain drain. Before your fan base couldn't be in the label meetings with you, but now we're all the label together. He says, it's like being in the auction house window versus going and campaigning for what you believe in. La Tasha and LA based musician who sold over 50 music and multimedia NFTs says that the ability of labels to nurture talent from the ground up was already on the Wayne before the rise of NFTs. I haven't connected with a label in years that was fully into developing artists anymore, she says. Artists had to before really cultivate numbers on platforms like Instagram TikTok and Twitter before a label would even look at them. I think it's important for artists to think about their autonomy. As individual artists build ecosystems around them, more collaborative efforts are also amassing momentum. Song camp a collective founded in March has hosted songwriting camps for dozens of previously unconnected songwriters, with those new creations selling for thousands of dollars on catalog. The.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"la tasha" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial or ethnic group in the United States. That includes people who identify as having roots in China, Japan, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines, just to name a few. In a new book called the loneliest Americans, writer Jay Caspian Kang, explores what it really means to be, quote, Asian American and explains that many people included in that designation, like his family, trace their U.S. origins to the 1965 immigration act, which lifted restrictions on immigration from certain Asian countries, but preferenced educated workers and their families. Both my parents are North Korean refugees, escaped to the south. They grew up in a war zone. And once they got to the United States, I think they bought into the idea of American Dream and opportunity and they did quite well themselves. And yeah, I think that that type of narrative, which is very common, but not certainly monolithic, but you know like is the one that we hear the most about Asian Americans. But you also have starting in the 1980s and 1990s. You actually also have a large population of people who are refugees. You have a large population of Asians who come over for war, not wealthy. And there's always have been more or less ignored and that they're not sort of counted as being Asian American and sort of brings to question like what is this identity mean? Asian Americans have the biggest wealth gap between the highest earners and the lowest earners of any racial group and this really ties back in to what you're saying about these different identities, and I wonder at least when we're looking at economic statistics when we're talking about the economy and how people live in the United States, what it means to have these separate groups under one umbrella. Yeah, I mean, I would argue that we should just disaggregate all of these groups, right? There's no real harm being done when you just say, okay, well, bong refugees, for example, right? And who live in Minneapolis or in Northern California have completely different set of circumstances than people who come from Korea or people who come from India, for example. And I do think that thinking about things in terms of classes, a lot more convincing, at least to me because I don't really think that a racial identity in my Asian Americans exists in the same way that it exists amongst black Americans, for example, where there is a shared sense of struggle, like none of those things are present Asian America. I mean, if we're talking about catch all terms, Asian Americans also get grouped under the people of color, umbrella, and one of the reasons that that exists is because businesses and groups and organizations often use these labels to try to improve their diversity or equity efforts. What should they be doing instead? You know, I think that the term has a very sympathetic history. It starts with ways for generally women or color to organize themselves politically. But that's not really what we talk about anymore when we talk about people of color. It's mostly like a corporate term, right? It's a term that gets bandied around and diversity training. What does it mean? Do we really think that the people who are recent immigrants in the United States think of themselves as people of color? I don't think that they do. The more we sort of preference that type of talk, right? Where there's this assumed that solidarity. I think that does limit conversations basically to the concerns of an upper middle class or upwardly mobile middle class type of person. Speaking of solidarity, you talk a great deal in this book about small business ownership and the role that this plays in the Asian American air quotes Asian American community, and how small business ownership not only shapes the relationships within certain Asian American communities, but also how it shapes relationships between Asian Americans and other groups often the black community. Can you lay out a couple of examples of how that shows up? Right, the biggest example and the one that most people will know is Korean store owners and Los Angeles, right? And what happened during the Los Angeles riots where a great number of those businesses were burned to the ground. And some of the precipitating events, which include the shooting of la Tasha Harlan's, which is a 14 year old black girl by a Korean shop owner, which happened about a year before. Generally, the argument that's been made is that there are two types of immigrants who come in the United States in terms of their relationship with both white people and with black people the first are people who come in and have a direct competition in the labor market. So that includes the Irish, for example, the Irish come over the United States. They're not really considered white. And then they're in direct labor competition with black people and that, you know, through that interaction, they start to differentiate themselves. That's the process of how they become white. For a lot of Asian Americans, that doesn't really happen. Their interactions with the black community, mostly come from opening up shops. And that isn't necessarily direct competition and labor. You're serving as a leech by a lot of people, but you're also not seen as a threat by the people who actually have power. And so that allows you a certain type of social mobility that other groups might not have. Asian Americans are not the only group that doesn't fit neatly into this black white racial binary that shapes so much of American culture or at least the sort of predominant narrative of American culture. I mean, what did going to the process of writing this book of your own exploration teach you about where indigenous people or Middle Eastern people or LatinX people or anybody else fits when we're navigating these discussions which have probably evolved a lot more quickly over the last year or so. Yeah, I mean, I think that there is space for a type of totalizing or large umbrella for all those people. The way in which we can access that is through trying to reconfigure our concerns about these things away from questions of identity and to try and root it and thinking about these issues through a lens of class, which, you know, it's become unfashionable recently. You know, because so many of these conversations are dominated by people who would say, as an Asian American X, Y and Z and presume to speak for everybody in that group. I think that we can reconfigure that or we can sort of readjust.
An American Conversation Podcast
"la tasha" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast
"He he's in sydney. He's and he likes. He doesn't like the you like swipe but he went to puerto rico and he made a comment. So i've been like stalking him on twitter and i'm sure he's thinking who is this crazy bitch constantly and i'm like come on russell just wondering come on come on baby but it hasn't been working so i'm trying to meet somebody i thought you were from the uk. I got sow tight. Now she's gonna hook me up. A russia ga three hundred pounds. Now i like you know. I'm in california. I'm in la okay. Because when hope it is over and like later i'll i'll move back to. My dog is still there. Oh wait wait so when you're in. La you need to come to our studio and do ethnically. But i have been h- i i mean i haven't lived in la since two thousand seventeen. But i was deaf thousand and eleven to two thousand seventeen west. Hollywood yeah yeah. I live in hermosa. She'd sit up. cut it out. La tasha are zip code. Because the more that i have watched stuff especially with d. transitions who have come out of gender ideology As the young women that they're all women in their early twenties and they talk about how they were ruined by these males in the thirties and forties so it trans women but they when they come out of it. They realize the male and female socialization. It exists that you have these They you know young trans men that female and they pre-transition and everything they identify as trans men that they're being groomed by these trans women and then sort of his encouragement with puberty blockers. And this is probably my most controversial opinion. That i've stumbled across that i have about. All of this is not once. I've succeeded i've seen it icon on it like there's so much born and all of these different very questionable sex things that are happening in this man in you at the puberty blockers onto that is. They're not pedophilia linked to this. May people want children to take he. Focus exactly to me. That is not being spoken by one second. Yes it is. Russian ron rose just never got to say something because i'll forget it. Oh my god what. An alcoholic is running with the boot and the bottle. Can you hear me rose. Oh my god. I'm alcoholic hi. My name's rosamund alcoholic hat hirose. Ped- harder bit and attache ahead. I don't want to go ahead. You know oh well. I know pressure though I i think no is. I think there is a lot of grooming going on of young people especially young women by adults and particularly men dino just encouraging them to identify this way because i mean i'm sure it's for a variety of reasons but i don't know we've we've heard a lot of hair-curling stories from d. transition irs which you know it's it's somebody else's story but they'll you know they'll they'll be talking about like her boyfriends but you know saying oh but this is you know a woman and that they'll tell these young women that oh you're so privileged and you have power over me and it's it's just total darva. It's total lake. You know you deny you attack you reverse you know. Just the whole abuse dynamic again and then reverse who's the victim and the offender so these these pervy guys telling these young girls. Yeah you know this is. This is the way to go and but they're not root them all the way through right. They're not trying to get them. Go ahead and do the surgery bottom half right. There's those two bullets puberty blockers wrongly through. You have social transition which is just sort of you know dressing changing visit right near hair name things like that. The next step is puberty blockers. They're like i mean that's conception uk and it's now a big scientific thing in australia and canada and canada and and in america especially are yeah with administration and everything That you can have shooting attributing book as a young person. See to be ten years old and get qb blockers. Which which that decision it. Not enough information about what they do. They not reversible. That's pretty much been established but rose was saying that you can get it through clamp parenthood free. Yeah don't even contact. Yeah yeah yeah. There's in the uk there's a quote i'm gender. Gp the doctor or something like that and you can buy them online at. What are you gonna ask mike. Here's my question. I just want to make sure. I understand the dynamic. Natasha was describing. And so this is this. Is yup trans boys. I mean i hate to say men because if they're adolescence or early teens they're not men right. They're not trans men. Trans boys who are being groomed by adult trans women befriended and her to to pursue We've heard a lot of stories about that and other dynamics. And also that like you know the p. flag groups like the parents and friends you know or the the the groups that were supposed to be for like you know gay straight alliance. I have largely turned into recruiting centers for this since. I'm sure like the motive in that isn't always sexual. But you know you get you. Get all these kids talking with this stuff about out talking about this stuff often with an adult or older mentor and the people in the gender identity community who have the highest status are the people who are supposedly the most depressed in the outside world. So you know what they call trans women. But it's the man so the end they have to talk about as though they are the most vulnerable and oppressed and powerless members of the and so nobody is allowed to point out that they actually run everything and are calling all the shots. And i've heard of. I mean it's not just the kids. The through throughout the the movement increasingly and progressive and french movements like a man get accused of rape or something in a you know they'll be like a metoo movement and then help like identify as a woman and call his accuser awake some oppressive trans turf. Whatever and then. He'll move to another town and stop identifying the woman and that's actually happened. I have heard reports you know and yeah the but these kids also do get frozen at very young ages and you do kind of have to wonder what what do people want with that because if you take the blockers and you know like we all saw with jazz jennings you know so. This is very public and after after rand. paul went after Dr rachel levine. About the issue of child transition there were a lot of prominent gender activists saying no no. That never happens. That.