18 Burst results for "Ms Karen"
"ms karen" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids
"Power was up any better. Now i see this is a complete disaster. Good thing. 'cause now it can only get betta from here. The sun was setting again in. Who monje as if time had little meaning or perhaps they've been playing with their powers all day long or is if mr eric and recording this story had realized it had gotten too long for even a two part episode. Plus he's got a baby on the way and really these dispatched effort right now. So please stick with me you kidding. I can't wait to keep using my giant head powers. Oh yeah we're gonna win this game but just keep playing mr erica you just say the end already. How about to be continued. Like with the baby ms karen. I hope it's cute back. All babies are cute. I m my trivia. Knowledge doesn't extend a baby's well dane. And lily. I hope you enjoyed your story. And we're going to answer another pair of questions and our actual final installment of the who monje trilogy next week folks. If you've been enjoying this show. Please consider supporting us on patriot on. It truly helps me to keep going so. Check us out at patriotic dot com slash. What if world to find out about our ad free episode shout out and other great rewards affect all iming because i'm here out liam from kansas city eight six. He loves me. Jfk at annie's kneel down his accent way to all. You have an accent we must. Also noah from wingham ontario -tario. Canada is favorite characters abacus. Pekar and he spelt favorite with that. You that the us and canada and england and it makes me feel so fancy awful. I know meow out for grace from bloomington. Indiana kitties named tilly and marsh. She loves to play outside. A favorite colors are light blue and black and she loves all longlines. And i'd like to thank. Karen o keefe my co creator. Craig martensson for our theme song. My helper misled. And all you patient kids at home. Who know that. Even we grownups lose our way. Sometimes and we're very grateful to you for helping. Keep us on track until we meet again keep wondering..
"ms karen" Discussed on What If World
"Power was up any better. Now i see this is a complete disaster. Good thing. 'cause now it can only get betta from here. The sun was setting again in. Who monje as if time had little meaning or perhaps they've been playing with their powers all day long or is if mr eric and recording this story had realized it had gotten too long for even a two part episode. Plus he's got a baby on the way and really these dispatched effort right now. So please stick with me you kidding. I can't wait to keep using my giant head powers. Oh yeah we're gonna win this game but just keep playing mr erica you just say the end already. How about to be continued. Like with the baby ms karen. I l bits cute back. All babies are cute. I m my trivia. Knowledge doesn't extend a baby's well dane. And lily. I hope you enjoyed your story. And we're going to answer another pair of questions and our actual final installment of the who monje trilogy next week folks. If you've been enjoying this show. Please consider supporting us on patriot on. It truly helps me to keep going so. Check us out at patriotic dot com slash. What if world to find out about our ad free episode shout out and other great rewards affect all iming because i'm here out liam from kansas city eight six. He loves me. Jfk at annie's kneel down his accent way to all. You have an accent. we must. Also noah from wingham ontario -tario. Canada is favorite characters abacus. And he spelt favorite with that. You that the us and canada and england and it makes me feel so fancy awful i know meow out for grace from bloomington indiana gettys named tilly and marsh. She loves to play outside. A favorite colors are light blue and black and she loves all felines. And i'd like to thank. Karen o keefe my co creator. Craig martensson for our theme song. My helper misled. And all you patient kids at home. Who know that. Even we grownups lose our way. Sometimes and we're very grateful to you for helping. Keep us on track until we meet again keep wondering..
"ms karen" Discussed on What If World
"Protective sphere. An Abacus exhausted his magic pushing all off. Wait I remember. My parents used an anti magic baby carrier on me. A apparently I had the same problem growing up advocates scooped up the bubble, containing recap and rushed to his study. Meanwhile, the baby rolled the protective Sierre all over the room, knocking down stabs potions. All kinds of magical ingredients. I've got it. Said Abacus thinking he'd finally gotten the hang of this parenting thing. But boy was he wrong? What did you say Mr Eric? How nothing nothing just keeps you. Put the baby in the harness like you were. I've had about enough of you. Today said Abacus to baby recap. Say That to baby recap. Oh, advocates don't do anything rash. Who yes I have a question here from Patriot named Mica question your sure to enjoy Mr Eric. I like the sounds of beds, but I'm sure I'll like the sound of your question Mica just maybe not what implies for me. Okay, let's just hear. My cat, and what is your question again? Advocacy. That's so frustrated. Latisha Eric that I guess strong. Ten size. Too Bad your magic soul dried up for the day. I think one of these ones might have a spell in it advocates if you think I'm going to narrate you casting a spell on me than you are sorely missed. Abacus quickly grabbed by wand and charter smell up another sky. Thank you recap down. Mention it! Oh boy! Admits. Tarik shrunk down until he was. This is a gem on the end of the one. WHO RECAP! It's so nice when you're magical powers and aimed at me. And then he stuck inside the Magic Bay carrier now I've just got to teleport to someone who who knows a little bit more about magical babies than I do I thought use polio magic. You're right whereas the bus scheduler. Abacus. Recap anybody Ms Karen. Her girl her. Case Law. I know my lesson about positioning fairies of the same then. I forgot I still need to see the dentist Fred Fred. Fred Oh. He must not be able to hear me I'm just small or not. Really Ache right now i. need some good to you one. I wish I had one of those antics. Day sounded delicious. Just then Fred's saw the stick setting on the edge of Abacus says weck desk. All need was at the stick. That's right. You'll get it. It was a lawn, is he? Farrelly's the baby just keeps babbling like this. I'm afraid there's something wrong with him. Sad Abacus Pay Grumbler from high leases Thimble House. What is it with everyone just because I am fairy and a mother? Does it mean I know everything about magical babies? No I'm sorry. Fairly I'm actually here because your detective chump when Fred, the dog on a stick, and now as Mr Eric inside his mouth, jungle of whole bits of sticks with thousands of tiny baby dinosaurs roamed I'm sorry, abacus I am on vacation. Rather than maybe you could just help me with this magical baby, said your a ferry and mother go home advocates, but could you just let me some pasta? Okay I am inside Fred's mouth. Yeah, I'm I'm inside my own dogs mouth. My scope was way off for today. I loved dinosaurs, but not the kind that are alive and WanNa. Eat Me. Okay I think I'm safe although I should probably stop talking out loud about my feelings, I don't get the wrong impression. Normally talking about your feelings out loud is very healthy, but when you're being hunted by dinosaurs, it's generally something high I couldn't help but notice. You would narrating to yourself. You probably shouldn't do that. When being chased by Kerr numerous dinosaurs like me or I'm sorry, please don't eat me. Silly creature I'm not going to eat you. Thank goodness I just ate a bunch of lizards so I'm GonNa save you for later. Whole. Oh! That's the T rex. She'll eat both of us unless you climb on my back and I- Whisk you away to my secret layer I guess beaten by. You later is better than being eaten by a t rex right now that's the spirit and velociraptor known as velocity had the gem-sized Mr Eric Climb upon her back, at which point they ran deeper inside of Fred's mouse to us. Stinky old wetlands of debt, Drool and floating sticks her recap, you have. The Nation, Mata, you even talking about sat abacus, pay grandma entering the observatory to say Fred. At. Notting, what do you mean, nothing gas what I was chewing? All Right? What are you ready to take this baby back? He's been nothing but trouble day. Maybe that's because you've done nothing, but try to get rid of me all day. Right I'm so sorry I've just been trying to find your career. To Take Care of you. I'm just so busy with work by to a teacher there and you didn't get some my time. Yes lesson plans to on. Stop those a couple of weeks, and as Abacus continued to make flimsy excuses Melissa. Raptor was preparing a baked potato stew took Mr Eric. Exhort him he's. He's just cute. Little baby battles I don't think so. Abacus does one pretty powerful baby bus, Fred. If what he's saying is true, and that would mean that new eight one of my magic walden us, not ding excuse advocates. If you're trying to say the diamonds sneaking into your study every time, you're not around for the past three and a half years and chewing on your own. And that's why break half the time and your magic goes awry. That's just crazy talk. No I was saying. Asia warned with Mr Eric at the end of.
"ms karen" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"When we finished moving it. We in the Mirror on the top and went back to the truck. to Ms Karen I said. So. Is the rest of this going into the same bedroom. To which he replied. Not. The two night stands in the chest of drawers going down the hall. I, resist the urge to say. You mean the Beastie Boys Room. And Daniel and I went to the truck. We loaded the chest draw on the big Dolly. And a two night stands on the smaller one. then. Went back inside. Once we got the end of the whole. I noticed that the other bedroom door was open and Ms. Carol was standing in the hallway. She coup. Right this way, boy! All of that is in here. I was pushing the smallest with the two nights downs. So I ran at the corner I and Realized two things almost immediately. Number One. My name that Choon skills a write-off. And number two. Hey? So there's. mostly naked girl laying across the bank. No. Really! Looked mid to late twenty. And, she was laying perpendicular across the bed in a bikini. Sound Asleep. True to form girls by the BEASTIE. Boys was blaring CD player. I realized. We've been hearing it for over an hour. And that it had to have been playing on repeat. Ms Carol finally seemed to notice the girl and said. Misty. Cover yourself. She looks at me without fantastically horrifying makeup on her face. And winked. At some point, I realized that I was rushing as fast as I could to get out of there. and Daniel seem to be doing the same. We caught the chest of drawers. Put together in record time. All the while sweating like crazy because there was no air conditioning. As we were finishing. Misty apparently had enough. She sat up. Is closed and yelled. I'm trying to fucking sleep. I told you I didn't even want that shit in here Nettie. Not Graham. Not Granny. Not Normal. But Nettie? Misty. Still with her eyes closed. Rolled over. And went soundly asleep. This sent Nettie into a rage. She Starts Yelling Shrill High Pitch Scream. You can get out of my house. You Filthy Cock sucker. And on and on and on. Horrible. Horrible name-calling. Accusations and the like. Just, a complete one eighty from the sweet, little old southern lady with a scary makeup. INTO THIS FOUL MOUTH Shrieking Monster. At some point I'd backed up all the way against the far wall of the room. I found myself with. Noel left ago..
"ms karen" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Smearing your constituents who show that you've got something wrong as some kind of crazy conspiracy theorists your own department of. Health admitted that the so called Conspiracy Theorists. Were right in the you were wrong but there's no humidity here and this is something you've you've got to pay close attention to this around the country. None of these politicians are going to admit that they got this wrong. They can't do it. They are disposition. -Ly incapable of that kind of humility of that kind of self awareness. Norris assistance is a professional risk of politics and at the high levels. It's nearly a requirement. They're not going to admit they got it wrong. They're going to double down and they're going to get nasty and they're GONNA GET VINDICTIVE. They're going to try to ruin people's lives and they're going to try to smear all of their critics as conspiracy theorists even when the state health departments admit that conspiracy. There is correct there. This is what the left does all the time you see it on on. Pedia now over the past couple of years. One thing that they've managed to do is ver- a huge number of prominent conservatives. Start the they've included. The conspiracy theorist to on their wikipedia page they never put conspiracy theorists on James. Comey's wikipedia page because after James Comey said that there might be a Moscow prostitutes urine tape with Donald Trump and it based on nothing. That's conspiracy theory. They never put a conspiracy theory mark on any of the left wing journalists facebook pages. Jake Tapper Jim Acosta any of them who peddled Russia lie and hoax for three years. They never do that. But they will. Put conspiracy theorist on on right-wingers just to convince people not to listen to them. That's why though you're GonNa put fact checks when president trump says things which actually are true so called fact checks. It's just a way to signal. Don't believe this person. Don't listen to this person. It's GonNa get very vindictive the only way that we're going to be able to get back to anything even resembling normal society as we once knew it in the way back ago days of three or four months ago is by pushing fearlessly. Not Afraid of what they're going to call us not afraid of the consequences which can be dire not afraid of the digital consequences which can be die or they won't just change your wicky. They won't just fact. Check your twitter. They'll put videos of you all over the Internet just like that. Creepy Karen in Central Park did to Ms Karen in Central Park Right. That is the kind of vitriol that we're talking about. We are in an election year. This is all geared toward the election. The ridiculous responses from governors the day by day more ridiculous responses of governors on lockdowns. That no longer have a scientific justification. The fact checks from twitter. The rhetoric the bishops rhetoric. Coming from guys like Jay inslee about citizen groups that are trying to correct the record. It's all the focus on certain highly charged emotionally manipulative incidents in this country to divide people on issues like race and sex. It is all geared toward November. That is only going to get more intense. Let them fool you. Don't let them whip you up into that frenzy. Do not become either of those two crazy people in central park and don't get pleasure at of ruining people's lives. That's the trap. That's the trick. Don't let them do all right. That's our show. Get a lot more to get there. We'll do it tomorrow. In the meantime Michael's this is the Michael Knol. Show see tomorrow.
Elisa Villanueva Beard's Path to Teach for America
"It is such a hard transition into story. We hear again and again top of your class. Big Fish in. What you don't realize is a small pond. You went all the way to Indiana for college. You continue to play basketball. Show up a campus by yourself. I mean you must have felt so overwhelmed like a fish out of water. I can't even imagine being that far from home and sorting through all of that. Yeah it was. It was pretty extraordinary when I look back in. What gave me the guts to do that to like show up to college by my. That's it right like I never braver than when I was eighteen. That's probably true. An important part of that story as though Mr Joe disc who was who was an incredible mentor in essence passed away but he and his wife are truly. She was my biology teacher. Ms Karen disc there why I ended up at depauw university She went there and he sort of just took this interest in me. And he's from Indiana originally went to purdue and U. Law and got to know my family starting my junior year and just He just kept saying a Lisa. Your extraordinary you can do anything. I want you to get out of your comfort zone. And that's how I ended up at DAPA. He did show up that first day of school with me. I didn't know who's going to be there but as I pulled up a van that had picked me up from the airport. He was there waiting for me. And so he. He was my parent that day and it was pretty extraordinary. I felt like I had. I was at a different country altogether. Most stunning about it. I will say is that I thought. Wow getting used to just a community that was predominantly white middle upper middle class white and three percent five percent black. At the time I I was a bit intimidated by that and thought this is going to be really hard and just felt like really hard to relate to each other's lives culturally in every way but I quickly realized that that was quite energizing for me. I learned that I'm very adaptable person and conservative. Connect with different groups of people which is become a I think of a strengthened and has served me well in my career. But I didn't expect was that I would be under prepared for the rigors of college because of all you just heard me say and that was the most traumatizing thing and even when I reflect on it. I sort of get emotional because it was so hard. At least it'd be like I'm ready. I checked every box. Everyone told me I was ready. I worked really hard and then you feel completely light to. You're like Oh my God. Did everyone know this is going to happen to me? And what was like the toughest part about it was because I was quote unquote minority on campus. And you're not doing well and I'm the kid that like work. I work really hard. That's what I learned from my parents like -cation and hard work. You don't quit that's me so I'm like getting up at four. Am to study on. Saturdays and Sundays like for fourteen hours. And I'm still getting CS and C. minuses. And so you're like oh my gosh. I'm not smart enough. I can't hang with these people like maybe it's true. Maybe why people are smarter than me and when you start to internalize that. It's so dangerous in so traumatizing so I called my mom three months in and said mom. I'm not GonNa make it like truly. There's nothing more I can do. I've never been more focused. I've never been more doing everything right And I'm I'M NOT PULLING IT OFF. And my mom listened and then she she said me he. I'm so sorry that it's it's so hard for you but I said I think I'm going to have to come home. And she said you're not welcome home until you complete your degree at Depa University. That's where you said you're going. That's where you are and that's where you're going to do it. You can do this so I can't help you with that but you should maybe get off the phone and go back to studied. So how did you turn that corner? There was something about The fact that I just knew there was another option as so even the energy when you know at night. You're you're laying there and you're like maybe I should just go home. Maybe I just can't do it. That was now out of my head. I'm like there's no going home I just have to. Just keep keep doing it. I think some of the moves I started to make as I started to ask for help which was another good leadership lesson. I learned early on. I just went to my professor and finally said I am doing everything I know to do. Can you help me like who? Who SHOULD I ask? Here's what I'm doing. What am I doing wrong so I started to get different kinds of help? My professors became invested in me. I did find one. Let up professor. Who's not even my teacher. But I met her at a thing inside when made an appointment with her and she was able to tell her this like what I was really going to do and she leaned in and helped me which was extraordinary and was really helpful for me and mattered a lot in in that trajectory. And so that's what I did. I did terribly my first semester. I did better my second semester and then I was flying then I was like on the Dean's list then I was like. Oh I'm I can do this better than a lot of the kids accidentally. That was what ended up started. You'll buy deep passion and outrage for educational inequity. Because I started to understand like our did I grow up. I we place core members where I went to school. I had no idea and you know and I. I realize like wow. My Dad was the only college graduate in my whole neighborhood where we lived. I didn't understand the context in which I was growing up. I grew up in a very rich community in so many ways that have kept me grounded and I think it's why I am who I am today but hadn't realized the lack of access and opportunities so That's what set me on the path to teach for America and here we are more than twenty years later
"ms karen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"How do you know your inspiration for the song somebody made fun of it Hey my house is do you see it is pink now get unless you think I'd be I wouldn't have picked make Dalma mall but I wouldn't said peak year it's exactly the same colors admirals painting and because that's a view from the house the sunset there's nothing like the McDowell mountains at sunset with that model of color and I thought I want my house to come I may have to try it maybe I'll go now what what do you think miss Keren well I think you designed it for yourself and that's what design is very personal so if you love it that's all that matters well I did it's about time to paint again synonymous yeah he's come out that is and prove your color choice over here with us ms Karen D. Andrea interior designer from Sharon Williams who works with a small army of five or six other interviews liners that are available to homeowners they're trying to make their way through the maze of it how many calls did you say all her on our deck currently we have over fifteen hundred that's a sin from X. confusing sometimes that was his drive you guys nuts in the field let's just say we love having care and yeah what me and a lot of my sales guys estimates are just like you would rather somebody else help our customers of color so they're great when you get a color coordinated specifying they them and do the best job humanly possible no one will match it it'll be done but again how would a homeowner access this resource you need to go into your local Sherwin Williams we have over forty two stores in the valley and get on in there and ask for a color console they'll set you up on the calendar and will come out and what does that cost the homeowner that's.
"ms karen" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And nice. I was thinking, like I would never dance in that New Orleans humidity. I'm like, if I'm in fancy clothes, I am going from air conditioning air conditioning. No, shuffling for me. Yeah. In a suit. I mean, no, there's a reason I stay in this town this town's gross getting worse. There's crime, you know all the stuff that people complain about Holly weird, but girl is eighty degrees, and I'm in, it's a dry heat. It's a dry heat. So, so, yes. So now everyone everyone's basically at this, it looks like it was a church that was turned into a bar or a restaurant. Everyone's there and chatting and like all of Zelzal family and family friends, and childhood friends are showing up a lot of happiness at cetera. Yeah. Versus reading the this is just like everyone's happy and saying, hi Mike half the scene is just, just going people saying. Hi, I haven't seen you in so long. I know. Hello, mike. Just left a great impression on this town. Yeah. And then just basically kicks out the band. She's like, okay, we need to fill machine. So get the hell out of here. So she gathers up the ladies and she's like so how is one's deeds? We didn't we all doing different things. So I want to catch up and hopefully find something to argue about. Yeah. So Katie starts, and protect the Pakistan, or he said, I need to relax. And then Candice, she apologizes to Ashley inches, like Ashley? No, she's always breakdown to song. It's like I don't know what you're going through. It's not my journey, but I would like to be part of it and know what you're dealing with. And now, she's like, okay that's gonna take some time. Ooh. That's like the team. Oh, I love this, this has, like MS Karen, that's the theme of this season. It feels like it's everyone telling each other other that they need time to get back to where they were. I know when they were already, not friends. Yeah. I mean I'm like you're an episode like seven by now. Okay. Time's up. Yeah. And at like, well, that's messy, you know, and actually says, well, it takes time because, you know, I love really hard and fast and care. It's like, oh my God sounds like me. I'm gonna pass out. Can this is like it's always how you've been about friendships that you just love to hard and fast masters. Like, actually, I'm more of a loner kind of person. I don't really need. Friends and Robbins. Look, you, you know, I have to see this in she's defense. It really actually took us kosh, what two to three years for me to stop calling her a gold digging whore. So, you know yes, she just needs a little time. Yeah. You know, it takes it takes about two or three years to lower your standards to the point where you can accept rose a friend in your life. Yeah. By the way, all this self-assessment from.
"ms karen" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"I I've, you know, I'm like it just makes me depressed. Like, I'm just like tired. I'm just really tired. That's being an arsenal fan. Just. You're always tired. Always. Yeah. I just think it's it's really incredible. If you look at your records at home and away, August Louis at home this year, fourteen wins and two draws you've been undefeated at home, then a way games six defeats and five wins for road draws and just the complete jokes to position of of performance versus home and away is is really baffling because obviously no team is going to perform as well as they do at home when they're away except Manchester City because they don't have a home. But nice four. Yeah. Thank you. But for it to be on so different extremes. When you're at home. You guys are high flying on fire fucking shootin passan goals galore fucking beautiful football. And then a way it's the opposite. You guys are almost in a show. It looks like arsenal as a whole from the defense to the attack is afraid to push forward. And I really think that this second eighteen scores on you away all type of. I guess the right word is mental fortitude just falls away and from that moment on it's it's just a shit show. Man. I mean this game is the perfect example of it. Phil Jag Yoka AK the oldest man in the prim to score a goal this season at thirty six years old congrats old, man. Once he scored that goal in the tenth minute. It seemed that the ORs no Saad was completely lost. And I will say that is one of the carryovers from that or some winger era. You guys were unsettled. Once you guys were not in that comfortable pattern that you guys play beautiful soccer in. The players the tactics and the fans almost fall to pieces, and and it's a fucking shame. It confuses me to know win. Because at you. Yes. To be fair. I'm outside looking in at this. And I'm confused. So imagine the arson fucking fans right now losing their gourds, dude. Fucking sins of your father sins of your father, Arsene Wenger. God, that's one thing. We still can't get rid of is that mentality man that Tim who are that typical arsenal away form like at the emerets. I'm like pretty confident assize like top six, you know, even like some top six I'm going in. I feel pretty good. But God damn away men like we just go out there. And it's like we've all been given a lobotomy like it's one flew over the coups Ness. We have no idea what the fuck is happening. So it is like I just know when we go play way it's going to make my dick soft Martin. And I hate that. I don't want that I'm gonna I'm gonna go. Get some blue chew right now to fix. That every time we play away. So just get your card so the players skit hard. And then you win you Dame. I might send them just blew chew tablets before he game. It might look weird out on the field. But maybe fair nobody is going to want to tackle man with a raging hard on. Actually, you know, it's kind of like Jackie moon, and semi pro what he's like. You got eyeliner or what is it the mess care on the players? Don't know what to do. They're like what like why are you? So fucking weird looking. We might have to do. Some Jackie mood stuff when arsenal plays away. I don't know. I'd be about that though, if fucking arsenal just turns up wearing wearing some fucking online or MS, Karen and lipstick. That's about the extent of makeup was that. I know I honestly would respect the piss out of them for doing that. Because that means they're at least trying new solutions because we've been talking about Arsenal's away for for the past two three years at this point. And and every single time we talked about mental fragility we talked about getting into the game in the second. This the opposition scores on you. You kind of lose all tactics and personality within the team. I think there is a super simple solution to this that obviously can't work because it's too simple and on thinking of it. And it's it's twofold Cav, and I wanna know your thoughts on this number one is when you play away bench..
"ms karen" Discussed on KTRH
"Radio seven forty KTAR h the testimony you should be watching that story. Bottom of the hour on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR HSA on this. But I want to. Bridal variety here. So here is Mark green. He's a Republican from Texas member of the committee, and he gave a great overview of this circus. Essentially saying that that Colin is a fake witness. We have two soundbites this is really good. Here's the number one. The Democrats have vastly limited the scope of this hearing maybe issued a gag order to try to tell members of this committee. What we can and cannot talk about my colleagues on the other side of the aisle claim that they want the truth that they want transparency and fair oversight yet, the Democrats witness to testify before congress today is none other than a scorned man who's going to prison for lying to congress. Let that sink in. He's going to prison for lying to congress, and he's the star witness to congress. If you read the sentencing report on Mr. Cohen words, like deceptive in greedy are scattered throughout that report it paints a picture of a narcissist bully who cannot tell the truth whether it's about the president or about his own personal life. But today, he's the majority party's star witness, if the Democrats were after the truth, they'd have an honest person here testifying they don't have anybody else. That's the point. This is it. This is all they've got Lanny Davis and Hillary Clinton's new client. That's all I have. Here's one more bite from Mark green. Again. He is a Republican is a Texas. It's Tennessee, MS Karen, the first topic. And you're limited scope that. I can ask Mr. Cohen is about the president's debts. But Mr Chairman, didn't Mr. Cohen plead guilty to lying to banks about his personal finances. So we're asking a guy going to jail for lying about his debts to comment about the president's debts. He's the expert Mr Chairman, your next couple of topics say that I can ask Mr. Cohen about the president's compliance with financial disclosures and campaign finance laws, but didn't Mr. Cohen on two occasions break campaign finance law with his own donation. So again, the majority party star witness on the president's compliance is the guy who broke compliance laws himself. Mr Chairman, you graciously allow us to ask questions of Mr.. Cohen on the president's dealings with the IRS and tax law. Your star witness here broke the law with regards to the IRS at least five times he pled guilty on cheating on his taxes lying to the IRS. He's the best witness you got and they cut to Elijah Cummings face, and he was scowling. Like, you can't believe Jim Jordan. The ranking member Republican Ohio attempted to get the hearings delayed today claiming a rules violation. Apparently, every the media was given Cohen's twenty page opening statement early last night, they had the headstart on dealing with as they wanted. The Republicans on the committee were not formally presented Cohen's opening statement until later last night. The rule is they have to get a twenty four hours before the witness appears. And so the the rules were by elated by the Democrats, and by the chairman, they attempted to delay the hearings while I.
"ms karen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Thank you, MS Karen. If you're gonna stay here. Maybe you could teach me to play like that. My pleasure. Miss kitty. I'm afraid I won't be around for long. It's a new Chester yesterday. I know but you end up with duck yesterday. So I figured I had a little time come into the depends on how you spend it. Now if you've been gambling. I am now Mr. ally never again. No, sir. I was out helping a fellow learn to shoot a six mezzo. You mean, there's a man in dodge who doesn't know how spell don't never had one hand before us news edition plays the guitar. He told me Kane Kane vessel. Yes, that's his name nice affiliate you'd ever want to meet. Are you supposed to leave on the stage? There's one. Let's see Donald the six gun anyway. Well, I don't know. Michigan leaguers come by here early this morning. Asked me if I teach you what do you get the gun said, he just bought it? Anything wrong, Mr. Dylan? No, no just doesn't add up somehow zone where he won't causing trouble after short. You never know. My kitty looks pretty this morning. She's got a yellow parasol, Mr. Dylan kidding. I think I'll go see here for a minute. I'll be right back..
"ms karen" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Into this and gene because when the hell wants a, musty brain. I know I don't I can speak for. Hey fran. How you doing? Down last week thinking of Haase's base coming to listen to ours. Cutesy as in that city. Okay. Thing with. How could good Destin at a magical New York City night this weekend? Okay, including notes, but basically I left the house to go to brunch on Sunday with a great group of friends and ended up walking into the for Saatchi fashion show here in New York City. Brunch. Is some steps that there was a lot of steps. And like the lady said life for me ain't been no crystal stair case. So I had some climbing to do. But I did it that night and one thing led to another great afternoon of gray company with great France. And it turned into a great night the things I was able to see what I was. There was was what really made it special though. Right. So point a I would like the record to reflect that I did on behalf of us all roll my Isaac with. Hey, man. Hey, Amen man. press room. So I did that Kim Kardashian. Elbow kept bumping my. She's very polite. She said excuse me. I let it all guard and even asking them about that lady and the money and all that shit. I'm asking about that lady. She got out of jail because I know that lady been calling leaving messages like Mike Epps said, hey, Kim is mean. Hey, con to see about the money. Where's the money? But I didn't even ask about that. Anyway, I saw her Sierra and LA interacting. They are. In fact, France is capped off by the fact that I walked into the show to go to where we were seated and after I passed the beautiful Karen civil I noticed. Okay. Ms Karen, I notice Mary J Blige and her sister latonya were seated on the corner. Neither could I. Cholesterol went up. It was crazy. So I just said I told her I loved her went to where we were seated show went down afterward. I went right back over there told her sister Tanya, I was a day one fan, and I loved her, and Mary and to see them after all these years still having such a close bond next week other was great Mia Marion taken a picture together. She was gracious in sweet and beautiful and legendary smile's so it was like. Last time was when I lost my virginity talking about sheer euphoric levels are joy. Yes. But that was amazing shoutout to twenty one savage, very personable friendly young the two chains. Paris jackson. Are these people were very very friendly and nice. So it was a great experience. Thank you so much. Switz- brunch. I'm glad I did put some pants on. Sweats. But you still have gone. No. I wouldn't even see Mary. So like that just and I needed to see her. She's a stone. I don't know what kind, but whatever the rockets friend, you might want to chime whatever the stone is that you pick up, and you just feel that energy from it. And it makes you feel that. That's what Mary everybody was drawn her stone. She. Bucket list shit when I hugged Mary and saw her at this event. She was wearing boots. So she was everything classic. Yeah. I also wanna give quick shout out to the aids healthcare foundation. And they're twenty eighteen world's aids day event that I was invited to so glad that I went along with drew shea from Broadway black. We went Debbie Allen dance academy help facilitate this event. So they performed as well as the Ailey dance company, which was amazing Debbie Allen. And Felicia Rashad both were presenters and spoke black royalty in more bucket leash it Jennifer Holliday actually performed in tribute to Michael Bennett. And she did. And I am telling you lie. Something I never thought to really make it special. She wasn't even acting crazy making them she she just saying it straight. And had the big notes. And I never thought I would see that. And I said it to drew. I guess I was talking. I had a couple of Tito's, you know. So I was talking I guess a little louder than I realized and I told you this is bucket list shit and the one of the beautiful young ladies in front of me, turn on and sit. You know what? This is bucket list surprise..
"ms karen" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"That is wonderful. I have been a long term member and fan of the National Alliance on mental illness NAMI for a long time. I was a peer to peer teacher was a connection facilitator in Iran, three of their walks here in Columbus, Ohio as their warm in rent cream. I I love speaking to NAMI chapters. I get to travel all over the country and do it. I love it when they call and hire me, I tell the story of my bipolar life. It's called this bi-polar life, and you're right. You can reach a lot of people quickly. When you're part of a bigger organization, and I really liked your answer there because we get a lot of Email. How can we become advocates? How can we reach more people? And one of the things that we always recommend is that they join their local mental health agency. We don't we don't give any particular one. It can be NAMI. Of course, it could be mental health America can be depression, bipolar, support alliance, or you know, there's all kinds of independence all over there. But so many people try to start their own agency and put it all on their back when they can join support it infrastructure and learn and it reach many, many people. So I'm glad that you're so heavily involved as good programs that you named the other thing is when you talked about the say, I have some connection to Johns Hopkins when I did my book launch one of the doctors at Johns Hopkins came into QA with me, MS Karen, Dr Karen, sports, and she created the adolescent, depression awareness. Program. John Tompkins major story center. So one of the things was very gratifying for me was that not only did they post pictures of my launch on the ants copied psychiatry faced with page and Instagram page, people can see those, but they also asked me can extract quotes and put them on a fortune pin? So they also extracted quotes from my launch about how I maintain my wellness and posted those at Ascott psychiatry, and I was really honored to have that. If a part of what went on with that is wonderful. I love hearing that the patient voices in front of the medical community because it's so important for all of us to work together. And remember that the goal here is for people with mental illness to be well, it's what we all want. Definitely as we. And and the a full that I also use. I'll say well. Okay. If I put on my helmet and get on my skateboard and become a skater girl. Mila you, and I and let's say I fall off my skateboard, and I break my arm in three places my shoulder. My my elbow, my wrist. You know, is anybody gonna tell me she read them just be tough Cherie to just pray about it. So Rita leave it alone. It'll be okay. We don't wanna talk about that. Somebody's gonna get me. Dateable somewhere where somebody can deal with the broken. And they might say, you know, foolish of you and your age to be on a on a skateboard, but they're they're gonna take care of of the injury. And one of the things that I often say is that it is important for people to understand that mental illness is cyncical illness. My brain is part of my body. So the same way you would be concerned about my broken arm. We need to be concerned about brain, health and mental wellness. Absolutely. These are things that we've been saying all along in fact. That you you sounded like Gabe there from minute. Did I? Mine's always think alike. Great months, think alike beds, right gave they do. They do. Well, unfortunately, SRI. The we are approaching the end of our show. So let's take a minute here to talk a little bit more about your book where people can find it where they can find you online and all of that fun stuff. My book is define the bird inked my by coma..
"ms karen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Michael. All right. Thanks, lou. And. Like, I'm losing the beginning of the show. It's sometimes you start thinking. Well, we are we ever going to find anything new and different. You know, we're gonna be talking about the same old things all over again. And when a friend of mine was having problems with a landlord and some other issues, and I was trying to help her out a little bit started doing some Google searches and long behold, I found this organization here and reached out to them to see what could be done and was very interested in very impressed with what they're doing. So with us tonight is MS Karen wall back, and she is the senior senior staff attorney down at the homeless persons representation project and welcome to the show. Karen, thanks so much for having me. Thank you for coming in. And I was really it's really interesting. It's that it's too. Difficult to find a really good resources in anywhere. And when I found what you guys were all about. I was really impressed. And I wanted to bring you into talk about what you do. Now, you work mostly in the city with this. Right. So we are a statewide organization. But our headquarters main office is in Baltimore City. And the bulk of I would say our casework is for folks living in Baltimore City with with some exceptions. We do legislative work on the state level. And we do have a satellite office down in Rockville to serve folks in Montgomery and Prince George's county, okay? I guess when when did this whole thing come about when did HP come to be sure. So we began in the late eighties. Nineteen eighty-seven under the auspices of another great nonprofit organization, the Maryland, volunteer lawyer service specifically to deliver legal services to people who were homeless or at risk of homelessness, and we each PRP initially operated solely as a pro Bono program and in nineteen ninety each PRP incorporated to become its own agency. And we now in addition to a team of over four hundred pro Bono attorneys. We do have a small but mighty team of lawyers who work in house offering legal representation as well. Yeah. That was pretty impressive. I mean, you've got I think it said here you had eight in house attorneys and then right? You have over four hundred and. It's not only attorneys, but paralegals, and you even you get a lot of law students into we do have wonderful law student volunteers who help us with research and outreach and anything and everything we need. They're there to help us as well and sort of expand the reach of our organization and the the word homeless in the name of the organization can be a little bit deceiving. Because most people when you think about being homeless, you think just about being out on the streets, you know, walking around with a card or whatever. But in a lot of situations. I guess with what you deal with. We're talking about people who are in fear of becoming homeless as well too. Right. Right. So I'm a housing attorney at each PRP. And so I'm representing tenants in subsidized housing who are at risk of homelessness who are facing eviction. And I am defending them against those eviction actions filed by their landlords trying to keep them from becoming homeless. So that's a big part of it not just representing those folks who who are experiencing homelessness, but trying to prevent prevent homelessness as well. And that's a big problem, isn't it? Absolutely. Especially in Baltimore ya. I mean, as well, I guess, you know, you got so many people below the poverty level, and it seems as landlords just don't care anymore. Do they? Well, I think they view it as a business. I don't want to speak for all landlords by. They they're they're looking to to rent their properties and make a profit, and certainly that's their perogatives. But we see a real imbalance of power between landlords and tenants. As far as tenants, not knowing what their rights are to live in safe decent, healthy housing and even to defend themselves against addiction actions. In court a lot of folks get a letter saying you're going to be a victim, and they'll just pack up and leave. And that's where we try to come in and do some education and some empowerment, and then represent those folks to keep them in their homes. Yeah. It's a lot of people. I mean, even myself when I was renting I didn't know what my rights were as a renter. And I guess a lot of people are are in the same boat, aren't they? Absolutely. And we at each we represent exclusively tenants in subsidized housing. So there's a whole other in addition to sort of state landlord tenant law. You have federal law that often play because of the housing subsidy that our clients are receiving so that's another layer of rules, but also sometimes protections that are available to to our clients that we can utilize. Yeah. That's an is. I guess is that one of the reasons why a lot of a lot of landlords don't want to deal with subsidized housing. So what we hear a lot is. The red tape the bureaucracy that they don't want to have to deal with that. And they shouldn't be forced to each PRP's then involved for well over a decade at this point and trying to pass what's called the home act in Maryland housing opportunities made equality, which would prohibit discrimination based on the source of someone's income, including section eight voucher or a, HUD Vashem culture, which is a voucher for veterans. And it's it's been a real fight to try to get that legislation passed on the state level. We had a couple of people in from Terry perish. And a couple of other folks were in when home act was up. I guess it was legislation. Visit two years ago. It's been introduced several times. Yeah. Many years. Well, I, and I know that when you hear the words section eight which basically which is a lot of this subsidized housing it. It just makes people cringe, but there's so many facets to section eight or or subsidized housing that it's not as bad people. You know, you might be talking about someone with a disability or in this case, do you get a lot of veterans in substadi- with subsidized housing doctors as well. Absolutely. The the federal department of housing and urban development, HUD, has created the special type of voucher called a Vasha Valter specifically for veterans. And so we have a lot of veterans in Baltimore using HUD, bash vouchers who if a landlord won't, take vouchers. They're they're out of luck there as well. So it's. It's a real problem. Yeah. And rents aren't cheap anymore. I mean, it's just it's so tough to to even get a decent place to live for a decent rate nowadays. So you do a lot. So I'm hearing you do a lot of work with veterans. Yes, we have. A wonderful pro Bono program as well as several in house attorneys who work with veterans on. Disability service connected. Disability benefits cases non service connected pensions. And discharge upgrade case says so I encourage folks to reach out we have a clinic at the VA annex in Baltimore City twice a month where folks can walk in and speak with an attorney that day about their case. So it's a wonderful program. Yeah. And one of the other things that I was really interested in touching base on here is. I don't know if there's a log this now or not, but you have people who are. E- exiting the criminal Justice system. And you know, they may have records, and is unsure it's not as easy for someone who has a record to to get a place to work or. To to get a place to live. But and so with that. I mean, you you do a lot of expunge moment of records as well too. Right. Yeah. We with the help of our pro Bono volunteers. We expunge thousands of cases every year for folks who have had some level of involvement with the criminal Justice system, and that can make a difference both for finding employment and also for finding housing. So we've seen some great stories where it has made all the difference for our clients and and getting back on their feet. And so. Thinking about what if if anyone who's listening has questions or problems? How can they find out more about PRP? Sure. So folks can call our office. We're open Monday to Friday nine to five and that number is four one oh, six eight five six five eight nine or if you have internet access, our website has a lot of wonderful information as well about clinics and different intake sites, and that is WWW dot H P R P law dot ORG. All right. And you also use people with social services SSI STI as well to right, right? Any of the public benefit programs, so temporary cash assistance, temporary disability assistance, Medicaid SSI? Disability appeals and food stamps as well. And you do a lot with homeless youth. Also, don't you? That's a that's is that a big problem. It is a big problem in Baltimore. And we have sort of. Really wonderful cutting edge homeless youth initiative. Where we have a lawyer in paralegal and super Bono volunteers who can assist homeless youth unaccompanied homeless youth between the ages of eighteen and twenty four who are facing issues with housing public benefits programs or if they are in need of expunge meant. There. They're also just getting up off the ground expanding the services to other areas that you need assistance with light consumer family law. So trying to expand the services there as well. Yeah. It's it's a really complicated situation in Baltimore City. Absolutely. I mean, I commend you alive for the work that you do. I mean, it's got to be very challenging every day. Well challenging but rewarding. I love what I do. And. The people. We we meet and the people were able to help it makes all the difference. Now kid or do you? Are you always looking for volunteers as well? Yes, are pro Bono programs both in Baltimore City and down in our Rockville office are absolutely always looking for volunteers and a great way to get involved is through criminal records expunged meant to sort of DiPoto. And find out what we're about. And and then if you're looking for to get more involved, of course, we have our veterans project as well. Right. And. And lastly. The one thing I guess also is in a you focus more about the rent and everything within the city and some of your services are statewide, but are there other places such as H PRP in the other counties that may be able to assist people? Well, there are other statewide legal services organization. So you have the Maryland legally bureau, the Maryland, volunteer lawyer system, I'm sorry. Maryland, volunteer, lawyers service disability rights, Maryland. So there are other options for folks outside of Baltimore City who need legal representation as well. Okay. Great. Go ahead. And let's I mean, let you give the info once again where can people get a hold of HP? So you can give us a call at four one..
"ms karen" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Hello. I am not John Lovett. I am guy Brannon. John Lewis is off in Miami, making the HBO show the crooked media is doing is it called pod? Save America. It's called pod, save, man. So few sure to watch it. But I am here in an undisclosed location at the crooked media offices guest hosting this very special love it or leave it apologize that your beloved podcasting star is not here I'm going to do what I can to explain. I'm that guy who yelled on previous episodes and as a comedian. And has a talk show on a network. You've never heard of wish me to talk about the events of this week. She is a professor of law at the university of San Diego law school. A constitutional scholar who focuses on civil rights and health care, and my former law professor professor Miranda McGowan. How are you doing Mirant feeling really well, you know, you want the nicest thing to me. It's not about me. It's about the issues. Okay. I appreciate that you're trying to bring my personality. Everybody's just going to be mad that Johnny isn't here. They want to hear from his law professor even though he didn't go to law school. What's it? I say, you said I was the reason that you didn't become a lawyer. And that is with God for that. That is very important next up. She's a comedian filmmaker and co host of crooked hysteria, please welcome MS, Karen, de all. Hi. Hi. I used to tell people Kieran like the beer, but after the cavenaugh confirmations, I feel like that's tainted. What is it tainted at this point. Fair. And finally, you know, from the Mindy project, you know, in from mad TV, you know him from suicide squad. Should we go with neighbors? The neighbors to why not. Plus he wrote directed and his currently starring in the movie, the oath, go out and watch it mister Barone hole. I can't believe you another constitutional law scholar. Would you do that? Well, to be clear, you used to sit next to me at work. So I really have decided to home court also carrying an I have brunch before. All right guy told me one day. He said, you made me want to become a lawyer. All right. You guys what a week last Saturday. The Senate voted to confirm bread Kavanagh out. The supreme court is Trump's second appointee today. Highest rung of the judicial branch swinging the court to a conservative majority. His confirmation came after a number of credible accusations of sexual assault were brought to the Senate Judiciary. Committee's attention stories of his nomination took over the new cycle for weeks and ended with testimony in front of the committee from both Dr Christine, blazey Ford, and now Justice Cavanaugh hours before the vote. Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell told the Washington Post that opposition to Cavanaugh had been a great political gift ahead of the midterms. He said, the tactics have energized our base. I want to thank the mob and said, this man is talking about democracy. I want to thank the mob because they've done the one thing we were having trouble doing, which is energizing our base in response to cons of speech rationalizing her, yes, vote Trump has said Collins didn't stop, and she gave an impassioned to beautiful speech yesterday that was from the heart..
"ms karen" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Not as easy as in about antibody may think it is their whole life has been turned upside down now i don't know about stormy daniels but ms karen sounded very convincing and when we're talking about the bible nine times out of ten it sounds it looks like president donald trump did do something with somebody you've got a lot of the allegations out there and of course to actually about that is you being a pastor of a church of a congregation with people how do people look to you to lead when you stand behind the president that has these counter scandals and some of them look very truthful just like i would never leave any of my own members that i pastor every day they could murder somebody and they still want their pastor to stand beside them and i'm going to do just that do i condone the action absolutely not but am i gonna stand beside them speak the lord into the year's and everybody back done something wrong i'm their pastor in the good times and i'm also their pastor in their bad times that's what my job is to shepherd people who don't walk in that call you can have a misconception of what it means to be a pastor now because certainly stormy daniels and karen i'm never you've never heard me say he did not do x y and z that is not for me to debate that's really irrelevant because if he did that's and if he lied about it that's between him and god i can't relevant is he robin past the browns for the conversation of the american people but when we're looking at you as their pastor and the religious part of this this is this the problem that i see with the situation that i see the pastors and a lot of the religious people standing beside donald trump like they don't see anything wrong but i've heard people call out everybody else about the same indiscretions right but you're talking to me right so that's why i'm saying we interviewing about me i can only speak about mark burns and just say about mark burns right as they pastor again the reiterate i couldn't never leave anybody whether there are no name in my congregation nobody knows them or the president of the united states of america if i've been asked to be a voice of god now if.
"ms karen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I appreciate respect what you said and i'm not kidding i hope you could come in who unrun my company that would be fantastic be so much better than the nonsense we have to put up with now here's mr sneakers mr sneakers can you run a company that well at eight eight eight six eight awa elti i say that women are lousy bosses to other women i've seen it over and over again the kid they can be great bosses to other mit two men but it over and over again i've seen them treat other women lousy hi how dare yes i agree with lara 100 percent and that's how i uh run my business well you have to do better than that because most people have just tuned in like this second they didn't hear laura so please share with me your point of view about what i say and a big study the just came out says which is that women tend to be lousy your bosses to other women i call i worked for men and i've worked for women and on the on manager myself at the moment i feel that uh the responsibility is to the business that's the first priority um people tend to in the staff tend to socialize a lot i stay out of it if there's a problem you know or or a personal problem come to me during break before hours after hours we can work it out but don't bring it into the office um i i'm committed to the business that's how i feel and think god's pretty much the way lost yo what what i know whom this card that you sent in with your is that you you may be committed but you certainly should be committed now listen ms karen would you like to play the cashcall jackpot game here.
"ms karen" Discussed on WTMA
"Again today and very humid at times while above while we should see four october eighty six this afternoon mostly cloudy seventy three july still a few scattered showers and thunderstorms in october tomorrow and thursday debra jurors above normal in the upper 80s from withdrawn team kinky weather center this is gene meteorologist robbie fowler on twelve fifty wtma the big talker hit seventy six of the big taught her twelve fifty wtma wtma dot com charlie james could you imagine pledged betsy devos or any other female in the trump administration or any other a female conservative in the world blamed sexual harassment or sexual misconduct on the victim could you imagine the outcry hi there would happen if that took place well fashion designer donna karen did just that yes she has come to the defence of harvey weinstein who was fired from his own company following acts as a key positions of sexual harassment which spans several decades decades speaking on sunday miss karen suggested that women could be quote unquote asking for it yes by presenting all the since you aladi and all the sexuality and of course this spa sparked a lot of criticism on facebook and on twitter actor rose mcgowan who is reportedly among mr weinstein's alleged victims she condemned donna karen's remarks and rightfully so she said donna karen you are deplorable using that word so basically again this called anchoring dope horrible people to say bad things like that we know deplore will means trump supporter on aiding and abetting is a moral crime you are scum in a fancy dress that's what she sent ms karen's later said that her remarks recorded and published by the daily mail were taken out of context so you of ms miscarriage was attending this film awards in los angeles when a reporter asked her her view on the allegations against mr weinstein she says i think we have to look at ourselves obviously the treatment of women all over the world is something that has always had to be identified certainly the country of haiti where i work in africa and developing world it's a hard time for women so maize lazy just saying that the donna karen they deserved it they were asking forward jimmy fallon actually talked about it last night on the tonight show other big.