Listen to today’s new show with Julie, Liz and Satellite Sisters Next Gen niece Meghan.
Meghan’s a former NY prosecutor and gives us her point of view on the Pistorius trial in South Africa. She also offers advice to Julie about how to a good juror.
With the introduction of Balsamic Vinegar Ketchup, Liz's life is now complete but she is still demanding to know why HEINZ DID NOT TELL HER SOONER.
Julie has her own theory on where that Malaysian plane may have gone. It’s unexpected but no less unexpected than what we’ve heard on TV. What do you think? As they say on CNN, “we don’t want to speculate but we will take our best guess.”
Julie needs to stay away from discussing Ukraine at the family baptism. It’s a flash point in certain circles. . But we do discuss the referendum happening in Crimea on Sunday.
And at last, Liz finds the product of her dreams and wants to know why Heinz did not alert her directly. Have you been down the ketchup aisle lately? Have you see the new Balsamic Vinegar Ketchup??? It’s about time.
Meghan is house-hunting and share the 3 H’s she has learned. We are rooting for her and expect breaking news on this subject soon.
There's an important holiday we don't celebrate in the US. Can you guess what it is??
Julie and Liz connect on today’s Satellite Sisters to ask:
Why don’t we get to celebrate International Women’s Day? Julie has enjoyed this holiday in many of the countries where she has lived. But hey, USA, what gives??
To make up for it, 0n Monday you can check out a great International Women’s Day webcast from the Women Athletes Business Network and Ernst + Young. .Join Martina Navratilova, Summer Sanders and Donna De Varona LIVE at 11 am ET online : http://www.ey.com/GL/en/Newsroom/News-releases/News–EY-Women-Athletes-Business-Network-hosts-webcast
In other news, now that President Obama will be introducing COSMOS on Sunday night, will President Putin be tempted to do the same? Julie thinks he should.
How do people get on a plane with stolen passports in this day and age? Sadness and speculation about the lost Malaysian airliner.
Plus, Julie has one book she is absolutely not going to read and another one that she has changed her mind about.
One thing Julie and Liz both agree on that Bossy Girls Rule but calling them “bossy” might not be the best idea. How about something like…say…LEADERS.
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