35 Burst results for "Andrew Yang"

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Man. I mean, people talk about this. But yeah, taxi robot wants to help a lot. And AI. Yeah, you can throw away on their robots. Tax them too. Yang. Yang's cool with AI, but we should really tax it. I have one of my, I don't tell many people this one of my majors undergraduate degrees is in human computer interaction at the Carnegie Mellon, the human computer interaction computer science institute. That's pretty nerdy Scott. Yeah, I know it's pretty neat but I don't tell too many people. But you know there's great potential there is also good and bad potential for how that can all turn out. So I really do like the idea of taxing that. And I like how you've pointed out throughout your whole campaign for all your campaigns, the psychological effects of automatization and for a lot of people that are starting to feel useless in society. The need to matter, man, that is, that's the big one, right? How do we get everyone in the society feeling a need that that need is fulfilled? Yes. They need to matter. They need to be valued. So I'm going to run something by real quick Scott. As I had a conversation with Zach, my colleague about this. And when you talk about the failure of mattering, there's like a phenomenon right now that I was trying to address when I ran for president and I talk about my last book that a lot of communities have gotten blasted away economically and a lot of them are rural and white and so there's like a loss of meaning and purpose and they feel undervalued and Trump comes in engines them up. And then on the other side, you have like a bit of a lack of sympathy, shall I say, and you know, the Democrats they tend to be in more educated prosperous urban density populated zones. And so this challenge of having people find meaning,.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"That when I was on the democratic debate stage and they asked like, hey, you made a friend that would be surprising. And I said, well, I made friends with this truck driver supported Trump, but now he's supporting me. And then the press was like, dad's impossible. That's like a made of political thing. And then they had to find him and he was like, yeah, it's true. He's like this. The rest of it, because in many ways, the media wants to divide us into these weird camps, and it's like, hey, no way the educated Asian dude could be friends with a Trump supporting truck driver. It's like, I actually really like Freddy. He's like a good dude. You know, like I'm sure if you lined up, frankly, like a hundred Trump supporting truck drivers, I'd probably like more than one of them. So true, it's so true. I think likeability is underrated and the need to divide is overrated. You know, because some people say to me things like you're too nice got like you should like, this person believes in this, you should just be mean to them. And it's like, I don't know. I feel like I could go to I could go to a Trump rally. I'm pretty convinced that if I went to one, I would make a lot of friends there without before even talking about politics at all. You know, just like, hey, what do you all up to this week and just talking human to human? And I think that there's something to be said. I'm going to stand by the severe something to be said by leading with what am I trying to lead with, leading with grace and inclusion. Leading with the universal human attributes that we all share in common, you know what I mean? Yeah. A lot of it is the media, man. I mean, like if you took the media out of the equation, we'd be in better shape. Agreed. Absolutely agreed. So why should we tax robots? Because they can't vote, not kidding. Because they're going to do more and more work and if we don't capture some of that value, then we're going to be in a bit of trouble. We're entering a very strange economic zone.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Parallel dimensions. The fox universe, and then CNN universe and it is a little wild. And then even I see myself in the clips and there's kind of a different vibe. But it's also it's like the same person Andrew Yang with like a box Chiron and then like a CNN Cairo, you know, it's like it's different. It's kind of interesting. Yeah, I mean, there's a broader point there about, there's a different vibes with different sub communities. So I don't get a politician vibe from you and I hope that you take that as a compliment. I feel like I can present you with data. I can talk through the implications of certain facts and think through various policies and that you're not necessarily leading from an ideology that you're committed to no matter what. So that's kind of a different vibe. And again, I mean that in oh, I take that as a compliment. A high compliment from you Scott. You know, so much of politics seems to be about appealing to voters, selfish instincts or most immediate needs is probably a better way of putting it in selfish most immediate needs. How in the world can we change the incentive structure so we can get people caring about deep existential risks that are so far in the future. So there's two things. One is how do we get people to care about other people as much as they care about their own needs? You know, like making decisions and choices that may not necessarily affect their own satisfaction needs, but will help those who are really needy. And then the second is, how can we care about future people that we've never been met that aren't even alive yet? Like saving the planet. There's two things. Let's look out for them. So I have some encouragement on this, which isn't right now, it's not that people are self serving on a policy level. Right now they're indulgent on a tribal level where it can because they're being inflamed in that way. So you have the different media channels trying to gin you up and get you super mad about the outrage on the other side. And so when you talk about the immediate need that's being met, it's really an emotional need or a tribal need or a sense of belonging. And so our challenge, then, is to build a tribe that cares about long-term existential problems that cares about the well-being of the general public that cares about solving problems in a meaningful and measurable way. And one reason I'm excited to have this conversation with you is I have a feeling that just about everyone that listens to you naturally kind of hearkens toward that tribe. And you don't need 51% of Americans to be part of that tribe. I'm saying you need 10%. And I actually have a feeling that if you built a really strong 5%,.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Escalate into violence. In order to shift towards a human centered economy, Andrew believes we need to change our political dynamics and incentives. We also touch on the topics of tribalism, rationality, automation, education, leadership, and governance. This is a really rich conversation with solo and I hugely respect, so without further ado, I bring you Andrew Yang. Hi, Andrew, I'm really looking forward to chatting with you again. Our last chat was pretty awesome. I thought so too Scott how are you, my friend? I'm good. I'm good. You're a busy guy these days, huh? I guess I am busy. I'm not a few things cooking. But it feels good. I feel like we're doing the right things in the Nick of time. Awesome. Well, let's have last time, let's kind of pick up that baton of that human element. Our human conversation, I really loved your new book, which I have prominently displayed behind me. And I thought it was really cool how you talked about your childhood. You talked about growing up and something we have in common. Another thing to add to the list of something we have in common is that we're both bullied. As kids. And kind of felt maybe a little bit like an outsider. You feel quite like an outsider growing up? Oh yeah, it was the only Asian kid in my class, maybe one of the only ones my grade and child of immigrants had skipped a grade, so I was extra scrawny and small and I would get mocked for all sorts of things. Being Asian most prominent among them. You know, I got called gook and chink and a bunch of other things fairly often. You said I spent a lot of my childhood shy angry and trying to do anything possible to avoid being a nerd. Were you in gifted education growing up? I was in all of the accelerated and advanced classes, yes. Yeah, yeah. And it's not like when you're growing up you dreamt of being in politics. That wasn't your grandiose dream as a kid, right? I'm gonna run for president someday. Like a lot of presence when I think they dreamt that. But that wasn't one of your dreams. Was it growing up? No, no. My dreams were to be a judge and a secret agent, and then a business person. So I had a few different dreams. And then you've had some fascinating jobs before you went into politics. You were a nightclub promoter, right? You tell me a little about ignition NYC. I was a nightclub promoter. So my first startup had just failed. I was approximately 26, 27 years old. I think it was my 27th birthday where I had a birthday party and all these people showed up that I did not know. A lot of them were Asian. They drank a lot. And so I looked and said, you know, I think I could throw a party and have a bunch of people show up. That seems like it would have some value. So I got a couple of business partners and we lined up a venue and had a party and was a really good party. I'm proud to say. And so at that point, the people I was with were like, hey, let's do this again. So ignition NYC was born. We had a mailing list. We would just go and throw parties in venues primarily in Tribeca downtown. This was a year or so after 9 11. And so southern Manhattan was empty ish. So if I went to a downtown venue or a bar or club and said, I can bring whatever the number is 203 hundred plus people. Can I have the venue that night and the share of the bar, they would say yes. And then it was up to me whether I wanted to charge cover. I generally did not. Which made it a really compelling value for people because then you would just show up with their friends and have a good party and we'd make money, not big money, but modest money are high point was a New Year's Eve party at a lounge called scopa which no longer exists on Madison Avenue and because his New Year's Eve. New Year's Eve in New York City is a real time of price gouging. Where New Year's Eve parties were routinely 70, 80 bucks or more. You got some booze out of it, but people were always like, oh, freaking hit it. And have the time you don't even have a good time. So we got a venue, scope, and blew it out. And that was maybe the hype. That was the high point of my time as a nightclub promoter. That New Year's Eve party. I love hearing about that. So I was wondering about that side of you hearing about that sort of what would you call that side of you? I don't want to just reduce the party side, but kind of like bringing people together to have fun side. I mean, how would you describe that? It was funny, Scott. I was reflecting a little bit on my younger years,.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Well, I think the timing is right, because U.S. politics isn't a mess. You are coming out of this whole COVID situation, which is polarized people again. There are big issues in many of the states. I mean, I think the big issues here in New York and San Francisco and different parts of the U.S., but we're at a time where the money's going crazy. There's massive wealth divide. The middle class has been like everybody knows this bullshit now. If we want to see everyone can see through it, the veil has been lifted, and you've got someone just a person like a Rogan who can stand there and say, I'm not going to take this bullshit. And I think people are looking for someone they can believe in. Like yourself and go, do you know what? I actually fucking trust you. This is something different, but it's like, how do you make this happen? How do you accelerate this? And I guess that's. It really comes down to enough as getting together and saying enough is enough. We can do better than this. You know, I mean, like the passive version is like, I'm gonna watch Joe Rogan instead of other things. And I don't wear I'm into that. I mean, I owe you a great deal. You know, he helped launch my presidential campaign. But it's around enough of us taking various Dan's taking action, making decisions making investments. You know, is anja Rogan's podcast, where I said to him, I was like, look, if nothing's get together, we can fucking disrupt the system. And then a lot of his listeners were like, hell yeah, and then they donated whatever 25 bucks to my campaign, which added up to 40 million. So I mean, I'm super grateful. We need to do it again. Yeah, you're going back on. I'm going back on. I don't have a date yet, but, you know, we're in touch with those people. Well, I'd love to hear it. I think he's a brilliant interviewer. That's when I first became fully aware of you. Listen to that interview and it's been great to get you on this show. I think the Bitcoin is the ones who are politically motivated a little bit. We'll get behind you. Others will be like, you're just another politician. But I think the Bitcoin will get behind you. They want something different. I think just people want something different. We're all fucking fed up of this shit. You should be fed up. This is fucking bullshit. We can all see it. I say it like I'm an American. I'm actually a British president. I think you might have the same perspective, a fresher perspective, because I'm the son of immigrants. And so a lot of stuff where I'm like, you know, you learn things about this country growing up and then you're like, oh, interesting..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"So I was talking to Jeff booth. Booth, I was just about to say, if he's ready to Jeff booth, yeah. Tomorrow. Yes. And he's very smart and right that we need to be enabling deflation in more of these areas. So they take education which is an example. Can we imagine cheaper more effective ways to deliver education people? Of course we can. Like, anyone listening to this can. The problem is that, you know, that competition hasn't been allowed to take place because we are deeply subsidizing current legacy providers. So if you were to make big moves in that direction, you could attack inflation where it is in the economy. And that's what I think we should be doing at a much, much higher level. What would you do with healthcare? 'cause that's what frigs me out most about this country. Like, if I was to come and live here, which you should, that's all welcome Peter to the U.S. of a. I saw some people listening to this in like boo, because Andrew Yang's still in America booster what can I say? Come on, help help me get, can we get a green card? But in my present, man, I would fucking knight that shit immediately. Yeah, be like, bang. Bang. I'd have a dude with me. It would be like, get Peter green card. It'd be like, bang. I'm jumping my brother. I'll be like, call it the president. We've got this shit covered. Get president, yeah, I got the phone. I kid you all not. President Yang would have a green card guy, and then anyone really awesome that we know is awesome. We'd be like, this person definitely deserves a green card because you can fucking tell. You think I'm old? You can tell within ten seconds if someone did a green card. I have friends who are awesome Canadians who have a hard time staying here and I'm like, this is the dumbest shit I've ever seen. This person clearly just makes everything better and it takes ten seconds for any sane person to see that. President Yang's green card guy give this awesome Canadian a green card. And then we just continue that process. On this British guy, get some awesome awesome tea here as well because the tea here is fucking terrible in terms of terrible. I believe you know everything else. I've got where I was going with it. I know healthcare because in the UK, we have bnhs, which my libertarian friends here hate because they're like, oh, it's a socialist system. And I was trying to explain to him as like, yeah, it is, but anyone at any point heart attack broken leg, they can get seen and get treated. They don't have they don't have a bill that might hit them that decimates the economic position for years maybe decades. And you know, even if you don't like the wait list, if your moderate income, you can go private, it's a 150 pounds a month and you have full covering, including accounts. Okay, you can get a private doctors now 50 pounds for an appointment. I quite like our system. Now, medicine isn't advanced as a U.S...

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Com and you can sign up. You might even start your own local chapter. And then we'll get some of these bound initiatives going. We will support local candidates who can be running as Republicans independents Democrats who are aligned with some of these goals. We are making the case to the American people in different ways. We're raising money. So it's movement building. And it's a lot of work, but I am super energized and excited. In part because the appetite is so great. Like I literally I was in the hotel last night here in LA and then just like the random person at the door, who was working the door, just looked at me and yelled forward party. You know, like you pumped. Another young person came up to me yesterday and said the forward part is the best thing to happen in American politics and my lifetime. So we just have to take that interest and energy and show people that it can be done. And after we clear that hurdle, then the sky's limit. Well, I really appreciate your original voice. And I think we need more of this kind of sensibility and public national conversation and local conversation around politics and I think it's really cool what you're doing. So I'm a fan. I'm a supporter. Thank you so much. That means a ton to me. This is going to be the tribe of reasonableness and reason. And I got to say you're a charter member. We'll come back and talk to me again sometime. Yeah, I would love that. And if people want to learn more or get down with the forward party, you just mentioned the website for that, but pick up Andrew's new book, forward, notes on the future of our democracy available everywhere. And you can also go to Andrew Yang dot com where like all this stuff's up, including a book tour. Like I'm going around, giving book talks. Which have been, how is that blast? I got to say rich, some of these are in comedy clubs, and so I'm living out this fantasy where I'm talking about politics and a comedy club. I was in New York I think when you had your first party first book party and I saw it all on Twitter and I was pissed. Oh, shit, man. DM me, I would have had you over immediately. Cool, buddy..

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

07:09 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"On that point of being devil's advocate, and you're going to mess it up and all of that. What is your sense of the people who are gravitating towards the forward part? I mean, obviously, this is early days. And my sense would be that it's going to be conservative Democrats and progressive Republicans or centrist Republicans, sensible Republicans who are not far right. Is there a notion around what that balance looks like? Is it going to be more of those Republicans versus Democrats or how does that parse out? I've gotten early outreach from a lot of Republicans and independents, including military, including many military veterans and law enforcement folks who just are drawn to it. They've said to me, I've been waiting for something like this for a long time. But all politics are tribal again. And the question is who's going to be drawn to this set of solutions? This approach, this political language. And I've been joking that it's like the most reasonable, optimistic entrepreneurial solutions oriented 10% of Americans. It's not 51%. That's one of the fun things about it. But in a country, this polarized, if you get 10% of Americans excited about a particular movement, you actually control the agenda. If you look at the U.S. Senate, how many senators would you need to control the agenda right now? One. One. Exactly. There's a chance that we get our one senator in 22. You know, so when people look at this movement, it really is like this solutions oriented reasonable 10%. And that maps to different parts of the political spectrum. Yeah. Without getting too partisan on any of this. I mean, I'm no fan of Donald Trump. But when I look at when I cast my gaze at 2024, I'm trying to imagine forward part of your no forward party, the scenario under which Donald Trump does not win the election. How are you thinking about that and how that's going to play out? So I've looked at the political landscape ahead. The betting markets right now have Republicans retaking the House of Representatives at 72% next fall, which seems about right. Right now, Democrats have a 5 seed advantage, traditionally the in power party loses ten to 15 seats in the off cycle election. So most people in D.C. are looking at it, saying, well, the Democrats have until November 22 to get anything done because they're probably going to lose the house. So at that point you're not going to see many legislative victories for Democrats that they can champion heading into 24. Right now, Joe's approval rating is in the low to mid 40s. It could obviously change dramatically over the next number of months. So if you're the Democrats, who do you run against Trump? First, I'll go through the Republican field very quickly. It's going to be Trump and all likelihood. 65% approval rating, his strongest opponents have said they won't run against him. So he probably rolls through Chris Christie, Mike Pence, maybe Larry Hogan, that kind of field. So then if you're the Democrats and you see Trump coming, you say, okay, who are we going to run? Joe Biden, incumbent president defeated him once. The major drawback for Joe is that he'll be 81 years old. And his health is going to be an issue. You might visibly be showing some signs of wear. So then you look around and say, okay, maybe Kamala. The problem is that Kamala polls fortified points worse than Joe, pretty consistently. We have a chance. And then if you were to try and find a third person, you can't just appoint that person. They have to go through a competitive primary, which is something the Democrats would not want to put themselves through. So it's probably Joe. So to your point, then if you see the Biden Trump rematch, who wins, and a lot of people don't realize that this past race was razor bin in terms of the margin, where if 42,000 voters in three states had voted differently, Trump wins legitimately via the Electoral College vote. So who would you favor in terms of Biden Trump to, you know, it's a difficult, frankly, it's a difficult scenario to feel Compton about Biden winning again. And so if you're the Democrats, this is your landscape. And it's a tough landscape. So that's something that's another reason why I think that we need to be trying to think more systemically about what solutions look like. And since starting the forward party, I've had a lot of Democrats be like, hey, hey, you know, like, you know, pretty much like road Democrat all the way Trump's coming. There's no room for a distraction. And I look at this and be like, well, you can obviously do what you want to do in terms of supporting Democrats. But you have to look at this map, but I'm the numbers guy. This is going to be really tough. And so if that's your plan a it would be very wise to have a plan B well on that subject of policy initiatives, things that we can be doing now. In addition to open primaries and ranked choice voting, which we should point out, I can't remember whether you said it or not. These are ballot initiatives. They don't require legislative action. So these are things that can actually happen on the state level and make a real difference in the immediate future. But in addition to that, a huge piece of your platform with the forward party is this idea of human centered capitalism, right? Like the idea that we need to reconfigure our economy so that it is not so hyper focused on GDP and start taking care of the people as opposed to just making sure that the economy is churning and using that to over index on how we're actually doing as a country. If you look at the measurements around such basic things as infant mortality quality drinking water access, public education, life expectancy. The United States is 28th in the world on those measurements. Worse for some of them. And that's been declining over the last number of years. One of the cases I was making when I ran for president is like, look, our quality of life is sinking into the mud. People are getting increasingly angry and distraught and resentful. So that's what we should be investing in. And my prescription at the time was we should give everyone a thousand bucks a month. I think that would help a great deal. But equally important is for us to focus on the right measurements because if you're an operator as I am, if you have the wrong measurements, you're going to head in the wrong direction. And right now, we're pretending things are good while people's quality of life just gets worse and worse..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Can become and I'm really excited about it. It's this unifying tribe that's positive and uplifting in politics that a lot of people have been waiting for. So we just have to take that interest in energy and show people that it can be done. And after we clear that hurdle, then the sky's limit. The rich roll podcast. Hey everybody, welcome to the podcast. My guest today is the one the only mister Andrew Yang himself. Arguably one of, if not the most original thinkers on the political scene. For those unfamiliar few, Andrew is an entrepreneur, turned politician. Best known for his 2020 presidential run is subsequent New York City mayoral bid, and the man who actually pioneered a national conversation on the merits of universal basic income. Andrew is the author of a few books, his most recent offering is entitled forward, which is a great book. It's part memoir, but also part campaign trail expose. It's an instructive read on the dysfunctional state of politics and political media. The broadening national divide that is eroding our humanity. And it also serves as a road map on how to best repair the broken spokes of our democratic system. In addition, it also serves to announce the creation of a brand new third political party that Andrew has founded the forward party, which is part and parcel of Andrew's plan to redress democratic dysfunction by disrupting America's two party duopoly. But before we dive in, please allow me to indulge you with a few words from the wonderful sponsors who make this show possible. We're brought to you today by stride health. You guys have health insurance, right? I really, really hope you do, but if you don't, let's get on that. Stat. But even if you do have health insurance, there's a pretty good chance you might be overpaying for the wrong plan..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"The way in, as someone said, how much is this device? And then they said, one month of UBI. And so I have a feeling that adoption would pick up. But if people had money in their pocket, they would also be able to make better transit choices themselves, be able to balance their own needs in a more effective way. Right now we're making all of these bizarre time money energy tradeoffs where someone is spending an extra hour or two to save ten bucks to get to a certain place. So if you were to put money into people's hands, they would make, I think, more efficient decisions, and I think that would end up improving both our infrastructure and people's personal choices. And in the time since you first introduced UBI as part of both your presidential and mayoral campaigns, has your thinking on that evolved at all. Have you even the amount have you thought about a different amount that people might need? What experiments seem to be working for you right now? You all remember when I was running for president and saying, I want you to get a $1000 a month. And people thought of it as fanciful or far out. And now we're living versions of that. I think we all know this, right? Someone's laughing. I mean, tens of millions of Americans got the $1400 check the $600 check, the $1200 check. 70 million Americans are getting a child tax credit, typically $600 a month over the last number of months. It's alleviated poverty in those families. Now, if anything, Andrew Yang's $1000 a month plan doesn't seem aggressive enough, you know what I mean? People are like, oh, a thousand. Why stop there? So I'm a huge supporter of this child tax credit. My only complaint is that it's not in perpetuity. And that it doesn't go to people that don't have kids. So would you in a future campaign basically not only extend UBI as you've put forward, but actually change the amount that American households would be getting? I think we should be in position to think bigger. A $1000 a month still seems like a fairly good sweet spot because it's enough to lift people out of poverty still, but it's not enough to completely distort one's incentives because it's just a foundation. But I'm open to more. And we're getting more data all of the time. The two big objections I got when I ran for president. And this is something that many of you can relate to. A neuroscientist in Seattle said to me that Andrew, your enemy is the human mind, because the human mind is programmed for resource scarcity. And when you go around saying that you can give everyone money, it doesn't compute for a lot of people. And he was right and that the biggest objections I got when I was running for president on this were number one, where do you get the money? At this point, this has been addressed because we've all seen that the cares act 2.2 trillion, the rescue plan 2 trillion. The $2.2 trillion cares act was enough to give every American a thousand a month for 6 months. Families got 17% of the 2.2 trillion. We always had the money. We could have done it any time we wanted to. And then the second objection I got was people aren't going to spend the money wisely. And we're seeing what people spend the money on in real life and it's exactly what you'd expect it to be. Food groceries, fuel, trying to find work. So the main objections I encountered as a presidential candidate have essentially resolved themselves. It's one reason why today a majority of Americans are for basic income in some form. 80% are for cash relief during the pandemic, which unfortunately we're still dealing with. So I'm thrilled and incredibly grateful to everyone who helped us make this case nationally. We've improved tens of millions of people's lives. The fact anyone who supported me, you should really feel that. You should know that we helped advance and accelerate the end of poverty in our time. But we are not done. The truth is that the dysfunction in Washington is going to keep us from enacting obvious solutions that would make people's lives better. I used to think that the problem was that people didn't know about universal basic income and I was determined to change that. Now I think the problem is that our government is not actually responsive to the people of this country. And my next mission is to change that too. I.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Earlier. I brought sneakers so that I can hop on some afterwards. Some really cool innovations happening here today and being shown off here today. But this sort of this industry or this sort of subsection of the transport industry does face some challenges. And some of those are a municipal level, some of the state level, some are just about our general acceptance as a nation of these kinds of personal transport devices. What do you see as the greatest challenge right now to micro mobility becoming more mainstream? I'm going to tell some stories about my running from mayor of New York City. So first, a little bit about me personally, I own four E scooters of different makes. I love them. I haven't yet had my kids ride them independently. I put one of them on the front and right around with him on it. And it's difficult to integrate these E scooters into a city like New York because the natural temptation very quickly is to ride on the sidewalk. The rules. And even the bike lanes, the interaction between e-bikes and E scooters and cyclists isn't always optimal and ideal because you're going in different speeds and the infrastructure is really just set up for one mode, which is bikes. So I think the biggest obstacle in a micro mobility is that we have infrastructure that is set up for legacy modes, whether that's cars, most often, bikes to some extent, pedestrians to some extent. And the reality is that if you were to optimize a community for E scooters or e-bikes, it would look significantly different. Very difficult to do in a city that's already optimized for something else. And by the way, you have limited municipal funds. And so if you're going to choose to spend it on something, it's hard to repurpose. So that to me is the greatest obstacle. The greatest opportunity then on the flip side would be communities that can actually integrate and prioritize E scooters and e-bikes and other micromobility devices from day one. And I think that would be a massive competitive advantage for some of those communities or developments in terms of attracting young people in particular. I think you can sense that I love these devices that.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"I'm Lauren good. I'm a senior writer at wired. We have a special show for you this week. A couple of weeks ago, former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang made an appearance at the micro mobility America event in Richmond California. Now, Lauren, you're the one who interviewed him on stage. It was a pretty wide ranging conversation, wasn't it? We covered a lot of rounds and we talked about his new political party. At the time that we taped this conversation, it was in late September. And his new book wasn't coming out and October 5th, and that was sort of the moment at which he was announcing this new political party. But I had known about it in advance and had been reported in advance. So we talked about that. And the challenges historically in our country have introducing a new a third political party and what that looks like and why he thinks this time it could work. We talked a little bit about universal basic income, which he has in the past made a big part of his campaign platforms and I think which generally more people are coming around to the idea of or at least are willing to explore. And of course, because we are at a micro mobility conference we've talked about micro mobility. We talked about bikes and scooters and rideshare and things like that. And what his personal relationship is to mobility. And so yeah, I thought it was a really, I thought it was a really interesting conversation. And then after that we wrote some scooters in one wheels and stuff like that. Nice. So as you mentioned, Yang's book comes out this week, forward, notes on the future of our democracy. And this conversation we're going to listen to took place around two weeks ago. A lot has happened since that conversation with Andrew Yang. He's on this sort of publicity tour for his book and for his political party. So, you know, he announced on Monday of this week that he was going to leave the Democratic Party and switch his political affiliation to independent. He went on Tucker Carlson. That was a whole thing with his supporters, roasting him for doing that. So I didn't see that interview, but I hope I did a better job interviewing him than Tucker Carlson did. I'll have to check that out. Well, let's listen to the interview. And then.

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Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’

The KFBK Morning News

01:20 min | 11 months ago

Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’

"Update, this is coming out of New York. Um, the Democrat who is running for mayor of New York. Interesting guy's name is Eric Adams. Don't know if you know a whole lot about him. Um, he told reporters Quote. I am the face of the new Democratic Party. He's leading in the polling there right now. Former police officer Uh he was the president of the New York City borough of Brooklyn and former captain in the New York City Police Department. And in the closing weeks of the mayoral campaign, the primary at least he said that curbing the increase of crime and gun violence in the city would be his top priority. And he and he is making his issuing this warning to the very left leaning part of the party. He is considered a moderate. Yeah, that game's over. He said, Uh, this I'm the new face. He's more moderate. Well, the crime is off the charts charts off the charts, and, um, Andrew Yang, I mean, he's totally out of it. I mean, he came in, like fifth or something. I mean, slipped that much. She really dead and then on the Republican side, Curtis Leela, who is the founder, the Guardian Angels and has been in that city, you know, since dirt He came out on top in the Republican side, but that's really I mean, that's I mean, what are the chances that a Republican becomes rule? Rudy Giuliani was mayor man. That's true, but the way the way they they break out right now in New York, it's looking more

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White Women, Listen Up!

Immigrantly

01:41 min | 1 year ago

White Women, Listen Up!

"I am thrilled to have you on again side. I know it's been a minute. And as much as the world has gone through the wringer and shifted these last few months. I'm sure you've experienced a lot of changes as well. I believe it was early. March when you and i spoke rate And at the time. We had regina as well. And i remember being so impressed with your radical honesty how you would unafraid to call out racism and also admitted to the nuances. It plays at the person level. So today what i want to do is i want you to build on the conversation further. And maybe we go in uncharted directions. Sure and i'm going to put on the spot now and snippet from your last episode. Take listen when. I ran for congress. The a pat the asian american. You know hack in. Dc has a big gala every spring and they invited all the asian americans for office and they're like eight of us running for congress at the time except for me. They didn't invite me. Do you know who invited me. And i went and they all died. Andrew yang invited me to go as his date so andrew and they all were like holy fuck. She came like and i was told by more than one person. There that they feel like my platform is too radical and alienating and do you know why it's because i had black lives matter on my website and i was told specifically to take that down because it's too alienating to a lot of asian people

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New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang discharged from hospital

The Other Side of Midnight

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang discharged from hospital

"Candidate Andrew Yang, the front runner among Democrats, is out of the hospital after a health scare this morning, a kidney stone that caused enough pain for him to head to the ER. He thank the doctors at Mount Sinai West, who treated him and said he'd be drinking. Ah lot of water today

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NYC Mayor Yang in Hospital for Apparent Kidney Stone

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

NYC Mayor Yang in Hospital for Apparent Kidney Stone

"Mayoral front runner Andrew Yang is in the hospital this morning with what's described as a kidney stone problem. Campaign tweeted the news Just before six o'clock this morning, Yang has already battled a case of covert since announcing his run for City Hall. Most of the polls show him with a lead among all the candidates running for mayor of New York this November. All the

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Poll Suggests New Yorkers Are Undecided On Who Will Get Their Vote For Mayor

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Poll Suggests New Yorkers Are Undecided On Who Will Get Their Vote For Mayor

"What's going on a new poll finds 50% Of Democratic New Yorker voters don't know which mayoral candidate they will vote for in the June 22nd primary in the Pontus Advisers, Court Decision Analytics, Pole entrepreneur and former presidential candidate Andrew Yang leads the pack of candidates with 16% surveyed saying they will vote for him in second place. 10% Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, followed by Maya Wiley at 6%. The survey finds, though, that 50% of likely voters are still unsure who they will support come June. The poll finds that Yang still has the strongest name recognition 85% of those surveyed Say they have

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New York City Mayoral Candidates Speak Out Against Asian Hate

WNYC Programming

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

New York City Mayoral Candidates Speak Out Against Asian Hate

"New York City mayoral candidates joined the Reverend Al Sharpton to denounce violence against Asian Americans in the wake of this week's shootings in Atlanta. Sharpton said today that's necessary to take a strong, unequivocal and united stand against hate crimes against Asians. Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang said that people commit hate crimes against Asian Americans don't see their victims as human beings, and city Comptroller Scott Stringer said. We should not allow hate to permeate this city and this country.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment By 2nd Former Aide

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment By 2nd Former Aide

"Another. Denial from new york's governor as a second former aid accuses him of sexual harassment. She spoke to the new york times. Charlotte bennet claims andrew. Cuomo asked her questions about our sex life and if she ever had sex with older men and quote a twenty five year old former aides at the sixty three year old made the comments back in june and his office but said the governor never physically touched her thoughts ashley straw meyer new york congresswoman. Least a phonic call. The governor are predator new york city. Mayoral candidate andrew yang called for an aggressive

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

Married With Microphones

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"Of discussions, former Democratic president Actual candidate, Andrew Yang announced officially that he's running for mayor of New York City. I am so thrilled. To announce to you all that I am running for mayor of New York City, New York City is the greatest city in the world. Yang's proposal for Universal basic income won him a national following during the 2020 Democratic primary campaign before he dropped out of the race in February. He brings name recognition to the mayoral race but has no record of involvement in local politics. The

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang is now running for mayor of New York City. More from NPR's Hans alone, Andrew Yang is joining a long list of Democrats were trying to win a primary in June that will likely determine who will become the next mayor of New York City, which has been a Democratic stronghold. Before dropping at the presidential race, Yang rose to the national stage by proposing a universal basic income I ran for president because I saw that the economy was not working for everyday Americans for New Yorkers. Yang is calling for more high speed Internet access and for the city to run the subway, which is currently run by a transit authority that's controlled by New York's governor. Gang has faced criticism during the pandemic for quarantining outside of New York City. Hanzo Wang NPR NEWS New YORK, This is NPR news.

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"City. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, the country's largest city set to vote for a new mayor this November. And your Yang is joining a long list of Democrats were trying to win a primary in June that will likely determine who will become the next mayor of New York City, which has been a Democratic stronghold. Before dropping out the presidential race. Yang rose to the national stage by proposing a universal basic income. I ran For president because I saw that the economy was not working for everyday Americans. For New Yorkers. Yang is calling for more high speed Internet access and for the city to run the subway, which is currently run by a transit authority that's controlled by New York's governor. Gang has faced criticism during the pandemic for quarantining outside of New York City. Hansi Lo Wang, NPR news, New York, and now they're opened down Trading day on Wall Street. With stocks ultimately closing lower. The Dow

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"Make the cut. Now he's shooting for the mayor's job in New York. Andrew Yang makes it official city is overdue for Boldin rational leadership that addresses homelessness, land use public health, climate change and more. The former Democratic presidential candidate has officially announced his campaign to become the mayor of New York City. Dozens have filed paperwork for the mayor's race, including several with tech and finance backgrounds. Gang at 46 years old, has never held elected office and launched his first campaign when he ran for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. That Piper

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HBO's 'Insecure' will end after its upcoming fifth season

The Breakfast Club

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

HBO's 'Insecure' will end after its upcoming fifth season

"This one is truly sad. News me as one of my favorite show season five will be last according to east array. She posted very except our and final season. We couldn't have told the complete story without the tremendous support of our audience and the faith of hbo see Soon hashtag insecure. Hbo that's about right though five seasons. That's a great run. Like the wireless. Five seasons sopranos was like five or six seasons like you. Sarah one bra is it. Oversee shouted could definitely do a movie just like sex in the city did when that came to an end. Maybe they'll do more at some point but she said it was always the plan to have. This story told through five seasons but we couldn't have made it this far without the tremendous support about audience. I guess from the beginning in new it would be five seasons. Listen i'm happy. Easter exists isa is a young icon. And i'm glad he's taking a glass. One would insecure. She won

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Andrew Yang Enters New York City's Mayoral Race With Scaled Back Plan For Universal Basic Income

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang Enters New York City's Mayoral Race With Scaled Back Plan For Universal Basic Income

"Andrew Yang is looking to be the next mayor of New York City Gang filed the official paperwork yesterday at the city's campaign finance board, saying he's formed a mayoral campaign committee. The former Democratic presidential candidate outlined his plan in the campaign ad. We need to realize Martin Luther King Ju Years dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it most in their help on the way. Yang also says he wants to bring New York City into the 21st century by giving everyone I speed Internet so our kids can learn.

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Andrew Yang Running for New York City Mayor

710 WOR Programming

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang Running for New York City Mayor

"Andrew Yang, running for mayor of New York City. We need to realize Martin Luther King Jr his dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it Most in there. Help's on the way During his bid for the presidency, he had proposed the concept of a universal basic income, giving each American $1000 a month. He's now talking about a similar program for New York City. Challenger would be the only second Asian American candidate to run for office and make it onto the ballot. Yang moved to the city 25 years ago. Javits

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Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

Mornings on Maine Street

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

"Candidate Andrew Yang is joined the race for mayor of New York City. A survey released on Monday by public policy polling gave him a slight lead over other Democrats in the mayoral race. As of this week, at least 35 people have filed paperwork to run for New York City mayor voters will go to the polls in the mayoral primary on June 22nd boxes. Tanya J. Powers America is

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Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

"Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has not given up on politics today. He's taken the first step to run for mayor of New York City, filing the paperwork With the city's campaign finance board. He joins a crowded race more than a half dozen candidates already hoping to replace the outgoing Bill de Blasio next year.

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Andrew Yang backs possible guaranteed income pilot program in Atlanta

The Erick Erickson Show

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang backs possible guaranteed income pilot program in Atlanta

"Former democratic presidential candidate andrew yang according to the atlanta journal constitution join atlanta city councilman amir for for a rookie and former mayor shirley franklin at an event in the old fourth ward. That's along with the i. Twenty area near the connector in downtown atlanta to discuss the idea of universal basic income for the last six months officials and residents have met as part of the old fourth ward economic security task force to study what a guaranteed minimum income program could look like in the neighborhood historic sector of the city that has been rapidly gentrified in recent years the task force is expected to release a report in about a month that could kick off the pilot program yang who ramos presidential campaign. On the idea of universal basic income said the idea could lessen economic inequality in atlanta and lead to more old fourth ward residents being more economically secure. It's these kinds of local initiatives that are going to both help people and also pave the way in the future for different forms of economic relief and a sustainable future yang said in an interview. He's in georgia to campaign for ralph reed raphael warnock and jon ossoff running against kelly. Leffler david purdue. Universal basic income initiatives involve direct payments to residents in hopes of improving their financial standing and reducing poverty while bolstering the

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Andrew Yang moving to Atlanta to help Democrats win Senate runoffs

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang moving to Atlanta to help Democrats win Senate runoffs

"Andrew Yang says he and his wife, Evelyn, are moving to the Peach state. His Tweet says he plans to lend a hand to both John all soft and Raphael Warnock as they head into their Senate runoff races against a pair of Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Yang also says Theo nly way for Joe and Camilla to get things done for the next four years. Is with a Democratic Senate. The runoff will be held on January 5th on Brett Barney

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Hang out with those dude grows and some of them. Outright people can sit over there. If I you know racist section with tasty dad breath dominant still no matter how much protest they beat. Somebody let me go. Let them in. But you enter Jiang we appreciate your down man blackout right back at you bro. Shout out to the quality filter on twitter Because it's been working overtime to gain momentum. Yeah you'd be ain't been you know you hadn't been seen above clint you. Yeah I satellite maybe five or six but when I see the tweet I can see. There's like thirty nine responses and it's all like Yang Yang. I don't know day Russian. Bites are not real people. Some is a video of blacks for Yang the eight black people. They love into Yang. Listen whatever's happening would do it as a whole other thing that you you know. I just I'm just GONNA be down for US blacks. Okay maybe he's GonNa be mad about the Oscars you know who would have been mad about the Oscars. Julio Castro Sir. Because he was on it he was anything but I thought it was into. He was he was like a me too. I'm mad like I fucked him. But he got on so as Downer Andrew Yean Ayn hold us down man. So how me down Bro Cory Booker is out and yeah I ran other black woman away. Of course. Yeah a new device by pampers notification for dirty diapers. Who was in an episode is a is a smart sensitive Tajik to your diaper and send you a notification when the baby change? I like this paper shows off the sensor which also attracts sleep. Leumi Buy Pampers described on. The company's website is the world's first all in going connected care system the health payers track day-to-day developments missing Mar Monitor their baby. Twenty four seven so he could see emerging patterns and established. Food T.. I like this. Product is very helpful for new parents. This is one of the things. Babies don't have fucking instructions. I don't you know particularly you know you get Hinson stuff from your friend. Is it lie DAB. But you don't know she'd about a baby until you've had a baby so you're not okay. What's wrong what's wrong what's wrong? Oh you you just constipated what's wrong. Okay you know is one of the things where you have to kind of learn in your child. I I appreciate this. You know people. Can you feel having a real lays no no no for some people you actually need. This is an and like you say it is a way to get a pattern and routine your child out your child's best need all this ain't bad. Yeah you can go by the Smell Test Dad. Of course but at the same time if you can tell you before you fucking smell it you can solve this problem quicker and easier. Let me tell you I love this but does I personally have something gene. Why can't fucking tell when a baby needs to be changed? I don't know what it is. I don't know why I can't tell I'll be holding a little baby so my I come up and be like Audi need to be changed. I'm like what the Fuck Ivanhoe thank baby for five minutes. I had no fucking idea you know how do you know. I don't know when babies cry. I have no idea why right right. They don't WanNA fucking it'll be like Mama. I just pissed myself. I don't feel good. I got ear ache. Parents Act like you just oppose the no. You don't yes Gimme all shit like I don't have any babies. Obviously that I take care but if I did put a tip enough I helped me help you. I WANNA know I wanNA say the Eric Alarm is going off into my phone. Let me know what's going on with that. They run a P. Let me just need to be burt. All saying like I would love this shit. I'm not even GonNa Front Maggie easy for your boy league because if not you look you leave baby with me man. I'm just over that. Try every trick to trade on my. I don't know it. He must be hungry. I just fed 'em oh you need to be burt. Okay Eddie where are we shooting everywhere. Okay well maybe that was. Oh he still does he have hospital to hospital the baby baby don. I don't know how it works. A lot of parents do that with their first child. That's what they say would a lot of doctors. They say the medical bills we through the roof. Because you just panic you just run two rows awesome like. I don't know what the fuck is happening here because of the baby died. I guess what it's on you and you don't want to die particularly after you've done the basic shit everybody going to be like you fucking baby killers and it's like I didn't know how to read instructions right been. I don't got instructions. y'All there's a tortoise I had so much sex is eight is entire species from extinction. GODDAMN S- good to see a UH dead dead dead. That's the working hauling. Yeah a woman is in order to ramp is text life may have who single handedly saved from extinction has retired from his playboy lifestyle. Retirement to the Y.. With his mission. 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That we are returning to Espinola a desert filling the happiness that had a possibility of returning that tortoise. His natural state so yeah yeah he was out there. fucking tortoises man. I'll see you playboy tortoise cream pies all initials he did. We do Let's see what else happened. Oh Megan and Harry there's news about their in the palace beers at Mega Harry could expose sexism and racism and TV interview. What what sexism and racism in the palace I I think the protests too much Article about a woman. There Will Racist pee into getting it. Didn't maybe that maybe book you know And she was like. Oh good it's supposed to have face to face talks today day. They said Harry met with the Queen ahead of time. Megan was gone skyping and associate Listen Very Ghetto Ato. That's what I'm saying. Okay that's family got problems. I dated like a year. We get ready to be out on our own because you know we we really got to do. y'All got too many regulations and didn't like hello real prisoners. Yes go make us a movie. Rea- Princess. Yeah so well she got. I'll say merry for people news but yes she did get a supposedly reportedly she's GonNa get a voice acting gig with Disney. I had to you know what I had to hear from Kevin feige myself. 'cause I'm light. I don't believe that his decades of Tavist Molly's alleged sexual harassment detailed and PBS report. So we know that he got fired from TV PBS. Yes People who like those two metoo shed but like it was it looked bad. Even she did admit to look real bad. It was like I'm trying to Hollywood women in job interviews fucking people that were here. Subordinates at the job right thing right and because people you know WanNa like Tavist valley he's black widow being able to understand what Obama but okay. I'll say no. No Obama always something wrong with him. I'm just saying it's not a coincidence. so he owned a I hate Obama Tubas right he was yeah he did he literally was him. I'm in Cornell West. Yes yeah so I remember. They went all across the country. Every time isn't dude that won't express how much they hate Obama. It's always something wrong with them is always they always a weird nigger I to tell you this it might not be scientific. Nine hours They were like Oh do you would not want to singing house anyway. A report by an external investigator higher by PBS claims. Thanks former talk. Show host tavist molly spent decades engaged in sexual relationship with subordinates and guest on his show and committed acts verbal abuse inappropriate touching and may unwanted sexual comments comments now. I believe he did invite them to investigate. And then this is the results and then he was like they they did you know they set me up the biggest neil. The report was part of a legal of legal documents powder connected with ongoing lawsuit later. This is the five hundred page report. Shit hundred typing typing on his alleged misconduct by smileys legal team as part of his breach-of-contract legal claims. PBS has countersue and asked for one point nine million dollars in production advanced to be returned the report. We want our money back right if you're not satisfied money back. The report and Legal Action Stanford Twenty eighteen decision by pbs the installation Molly who founded the La Produce late night. Talk show a late night. Talk or tablets Malik for nearly fourteen years. PBS Say in two thousand Eighteen Tina cover multiple credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values standards of PBS. He's not all the allegations planes that he has a hundred pages ages Manila he deny all of the allegations. This is the thing that always outlandish to me. I understand one person might be Lonnie. Two people might mean up connect they might allow. You know who knows in today's Internet now. A cavalcade of women are like all these these people in our other corroborating stories and all the all of it ain't true. I mean I every single allegation even allegation of like he said I was pretty an interview. Not Not even that. I didn't even do that. I'm on a whole football squad. I'll fifty three men. I like how you like. I was fucking but I did not allegations okay. Okay so I did. I cut all that out. I don't have with them anymore..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Hang out with those dude grows and some of them. Outright people can sit over there. If I you know racist section with tasty dad breath dominant still no matter how much protest they beat. Somebody let me go. Let them in. But you enter Jiang we appreciate your down man blackout right back at you bro. Shout out to the quality filter on twitter Because it's been working overtime to gain momentum. Yeah you'd be ain't been you know you hadn't been seen above clint you. Yeah I satellite maybe five or six but when I see the tweet I can see. There's like thirty nine responses and it's all like Yang Yang. I don't know day Russian. Bites are not real people. Some is a video of blacks for Yang the eight black people. They love into Yang. Listen whatever's happening would do it as a whole other thing that you you know. I just I'm just GONNA be down for US blacks. Okay maybe he's GonNa be mad about the Oscars you know who would have been mad about the Oscars. Julio Castro Sir. Because he was on it he was anything but I thought it was into. He was he was like a me too. I'm mad like I fucked him. But he got on so as Downer Andrew Yean Ayn hold us down man. So how me down Bro Cory Booker is out and yeah I ran other black woman away. Of course. Yeah a new device by pampers notification for dirty diapers. Who was in an episode is a is a smart sensitive Tajik to your diaper and send you a notification when the baby change? I like this paper shows off the sensor which also attracts sleep. Leumi Buy Pampers described on. The company's website is the world's first all in going connected care system the health payers track day-to-day developments missing Mar Monitor their baby. Twenty four seven so he could see emerging patterns and established. Food T.. I like this. Product is very helpful for new parents. This is one of the things. Babies don't have fucking instructions. I don't you know particularly you know you get Hinson stuff from your friend. Is it lie DAB. But you don't know she'd about a baby until you've had a baby so you're not okay. What's wrong what's wrong what's wrong? Oh you you just constipated what's wrong. Okay you know is one of the things where you have to kind of learn in your child. I I appreciate this. You know people. Can you feel having a real lays no no no for some people you actually need. This is an and like you say it is a way to get a pattern and routine your child out your child's best need all this ain't bad. Yeah you can go by the Smell Test Dad. Of course but at the same time if you can tell you before you fucking smell it you can solve this problem quicker and easier. Let me tell you I love this but does I personally have something gene. Why can't fucking tell when a baby needs to be changed? I don't know what it is. I don't know why I can't tell I'll be holding a little baby so my I come up and be like Audi need to be changed. I'm like what the Fuck Ivanhoe thank baby for five minutes. I had no fucking idea you know how do you know. I don't know when babies cry. I have no idea why right right. They don't WanNA fucking it'll be like Mama. I just pissed myself. I don't feel good. I got ear ache. Parents Act like you just oppose the no. You don't yes Gimme all shit like I don't have any babies. Obviously that I take care but if I did put a tip enough I helped me help you. I WANNA know I wanNA say the Eric Alarm is going off into my phone. Let me know what's going on with that. They run a P. Let me just need to be burt. All saying like I would love this shit. I'm not even GonNa Front Maggie easy for your boy league because if not you look you leave baby with me man. I'm just over that. Try every trick to trade on my. I don't know it. He must be hungry. I just fed 'em oh you need to be burt. Okay Eddie where are we shooting everywhere. Okay well maybe that was. Oh he still does he have hospital to hospital the baby baby don. I don't know how it works. A lot of parents do that with their first child. That's what they say would a lot of doctors. They say the medical bills we through the roof. Because you just panic you just run two rows awesome like. I don't know what the fuck is happening here because of the baby died. I guess what it's on you and you don't want to die particularly after you've done the basic shit everybody going to be like you fucking baby killers and it's like I didn't know how to read instructions right been. I don't got instructions. y'All there's a tortoise I had so much sex is eight is entire species from extinction. GODDAMN S- good to see a UH dead dead dead. That's the working hauling. Yeah a woman is in order to ramp is text life may have who single handedly saved from extinction has retired from his playboy lifestyle. Retirement to the Y.. With his mission. Accomplished Diego's unstoppable Libido was credited as a major the reason for the survival of his fellow giant tortoises on Espinola a part of the Gallup Galapagos Islands at the being shipped over from the San Diego goes through as part of a breeding programme. Damn some net Tartus Penis that BTC cookout an Easter these services I guess the breeding tone INFO What I what I don't understand about this though is is he just like the future? Sure of tortoises. You know he's just got my bad baby mamas L- well he started his campaign. Promiscuity there were just two males and twelve females. Emails species live on the island but the desirable shell dweller had so much sexy help boost published over two thousand good now they do lay a clutch of eggs. WCHS so okay that makes sense to say God Dale. Yeah like us you know. We can have multiple kids too but normally how many is wall-to-wall ratio on The airport that no doubt. WHO's GONNA raise the turtles I mean they? They can't all have found a master splinter that's GonNa take you adopt vote titles to be teenage Ninjas. That can't happen. All of them never become adults teenagers. Teenagers were able Also I had no. I told you about this idea. How how long time? AGO where he takes the transformers and they grown up and they have people problems and they have like Rodman's prime is the main transformer and style waivers Roomma- night. This idea was it was real stupid but I also had another idea out another idea of the Middle Age minta turtles where they they were just like new intact jobs. Shit looking at four one K.. Shit they wasn't like all coon ride the subway don't ask about their backs. They I'll guarantee they've done that on a robot. Chicken fried both of those robot chicken my now but man that was like a thing that I worked on a long time ago He contributed a large cities to the lineage. That we are returning to Espinola a desert filling the happiness that had a possibility of returning that tortoise. His natural state so yeah yeah he was out there. fucking tortoises man. I'll see you playboy tortoise cream pies all initials he did. We do Let's see what else happened. Oh Megan and Harry there's news about their in the palace beers at Mega Harry could expose sexism and racism and TV interview. What what sexism and racism in the palace I I think the protests too much Article about a woman. There Will Racist pee into getting it. Didn't maybe that maybe book you know And she was like. Oh good it's supposed to have face to face talks today day. They said Harry met with the Queen ahead of time. Megan was gone skyping and associate Listen Very Ghetto Ato. That's what I'm saying. Okay that's family got problems. I dated like a year. We get ready to be out on our own because you know we we really got to do. y'All got too many regulations and didn't like hello real prisoners. Yes go make us a movie. Rea- Princess. Yeah so well she got. I'll say merry for people news but yes she did get a supposedly reportedly she's GonNa get a voice acting gig with Disney. I had to you know what I had to hear from Kevin feige myself. 'cause I'm light. I don't believe that his decades of Tavist Molly's alleged sexual harassment detailed and PBS report. So we know that he got fired from TV PBS. Yes People who like those two metoo shed but like it was it looked bad. Even she did admit to look real bad. It was like I'm trying to Hollywood women in job interviews fucking people that were here. Subordinates at the job right thing right and because people you know WanNa like Tavist valley he's black widow being able to understand what Obama but okay. I'll say no. No Obama always something wrong with him. I'm just saying it's not a coincidence. so he owned a I hate Obama Tubas right he was yeah he did he literally was him. I'm in Cornell West. Yes yeah so I remember. They went all across the country. Every time isn't dude that won't express how much they hate Obama. It's always something wrong with them is always they always a weird nigger I to tell you this it might not be scientific. Nine hours They were like Oh do you would not want to singing house anyway. A report by an external investigator higher by PBS claims. Thanks former talk. Show host tavist molly spent decades engaged in sexual relationship with subordinates and guest on his show and committed acts verbal abuse inappropriate touching and may unwanted sexual comments comments now. I believe he did invite them to investigate. And then this is the results and then he was like they they did you know they set me up the biggest neil. The report was part of a legal of legal documents powder connected with ongoing lawsuit later. This is the five hundred page report. Shit hundred typing typing on his alleged misconduct by smileys legal team as part of his breach-of-contract legal claims. PBS has countersue and asked for one point nine million dollars in production advanced to be returned the report. We want our money back right if you're not satisfied money back. The report and Legal Action Stanford Twenty eighteen decision by pbs the installation Molly who founded the La Produce late night. Talk show a late night. Talk or tablets Malik for nearly fourteen years. PBS Say in two thousand Eighteen Tina cover multiple credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values standards of PBS. He's not all the allegations planes that he has a hundred pages ages Manila he deny all of the allegations. This is the thing that always outlandish to me. I understand one person might be Lonnie. Two people might mean up connect they might allow. You know who knows in today's Internet now. A cavalcade of women are like all these these people in our other corroborating stories and all the all of it ain't true. I mean I every single allegation even allegation of like he said I was pretty an interview. Not Not even that. I didn't even do that. I'm on a whole football squad. I'll fifty three men. I like how you like. I was fucking but I did not allegations okay. Okay so I did. I cut all that out. I don't have with them anymore..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Simon doctor Conway dot seventeen seventy six Andrew Yang wants to by your vote no quite literally he wants to give you a thousand dollars a month right now right his money if you are from New Hampshire if you're lucky enough to be chosen on an Iowa I actually applied before interviewed him I I've I've interviewed in before I interviewed on REAC I applied I went to his website and apply it to be the recipient of a thousand dollars a month and I got any media email asking me for direction this might be laughed a lot but anyway he says that is completely legal for him to do what he's doing and to me it seems like he's buying bug spray he is being treated very badly by the DNC as by the way is Tulsi get bought so now part of the qualification to get on the debate stage right is qualifying polls however the mainstream media isn't conducting any call qualifying polls probably because it's Christmas and then new uses on its Hanukkah and all kinds of other reasons so they haven't done any polls we know one of the people like Andrew Yang to qualify for the debate stage so very white by the way Yang was the only Democrat presidential candidate who is not white well not December's debate stage that's off the record Mel Harris dropped out and Cory Booker and Julian Castro failed to meet the qualifications so in a letter just before Christmas Yang said to the day diverse set of candidates might be absent from the stage during the next debate which is taking place in Iowa saying that there are really no polls captain in order for people to qualify he went on to say in a letter I propose a simple solution between now and January the tenth the DNC should commission for the state qualifying polls in Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina where all the candidates have invested their time resources and staff it would provide an accurate snapshot of the current state of the race and web voters fasa minds are thus getting ahead over an imminent problem the DNC however said now we're not gonna do that set up will be very likely that the the the very diverse Democrats could have an entirely old white people stage with the exception of a due to the judge who is a young white person that's it we are you on all the rest all white people which would not look good right but that seems to be where they're headed right now it's hard to see how between now and January the tenth that would be enough qualifying polls to get the likes of Andrew Yang or Tulsi Gabon on the debate stage a token of Tulsi Gabbard they don't even the day and say it made no secret of the fact they don't want Tulsi Gabbard on the on the device I think about as tall as the Gabon who Hillary Clinton is now called a Russian asset unbelievable I'm sure this is a socialist she is absolutely a socialist a big crime was she left the DNC so that she could support Bernie Sanders four years ago that was a crime she's gone from that to be being declared a Russian asset that tells you got but she's a nice lady politically she and I had nothing in common but she was very pleasant she came into my studio we spent some time together we got to know each other a little bit lady I completely disagree with every single policy she has we can talk to each other without shall any Java that by the way is also a crime in the eyes of some Democrats don't talk to conservatives what's wrong with you well and yeah I'm good Tom's Diana did now this is well it's fascinating stuff is fascinating stop having his front row seat by the way Hey in the in Iowa where I live fascinating stuff all right I am a I'm sorry because I went and thank you very much you been out there you will never really understand how truly grateful I am that you all so thank you for doing that thanks to my good buddy job for a let me say in his chair we still have some time to come ladies and gentleman could you believe that the free market is fixing income inequality I know it's shocking isn't it home sign in I waited for Joe and this is the.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Oh Yeah you're GONNA see a lot more of me and a lot more of the Yang Gang you're in Nevada because this thrilled to be back in Nevada Hello and welcome to politics the Las Vegas Review Journal's weekly political podcast subscribing wherever you get your podcast today we feature an exclusive interview with twenty we'd like to talk to you a little bit about the middle a new project from the Review Journal's Politics Team Z.. Reporter Gary Martin have reach written stories to get started this weekend with an interim coming from Steve Twenty twenty election somewhat differently than we traditionally covered the elections candidate to decide the two thousand twenty election and now is the voters in the middle that are not registered in one way or the other depending on which way they lean and so this series is GonNa things that they get wrapped up into it is it really as some of suggested that people are just there's a we call non-partisans here in in Nevada are going up we just want to find out why yeah and national wide that things were a little flattened whereas Nevada has had quite a spike in laughed traditional parties even just in the last few cycles and there are some especially you know nonpartisan is the designation given to them in Nevada but it's not really inaccurate legalisation all these other things they have clear clear sort of leanings. It's so you know what else did he have in there was a little different than mine you're you're the one who's seen all of our stories I on this project the age factor for for independence overwhelmingly but as you get older you tend to Philly more with traditional political parties and I think that's mccracken you weren't really nonpartisan but now that's becoming an option as you see it's fascinating to look at the age how the age breakdown and and also to see that there are ten we're very few people live but then you have place like Iowa which is the first in the nation caucus what is a closed caucus state you have a much higher incentive to party up so the like think that that might change going into the early part of next year because there's so number of these Democratic candidates and even within the Democratic field itself and so the hopefully to participate in register so there'll be a lot for us to look at it and we're planning on on doing I'm trying to get a feel for how this is going to play out in twenty twenty yeah and it's important that we're doing don't want to select one of the parties you will automatically be registered as nonpartisan the DMV for any reason and so you're gonNA see nonpartisan start to spike but voter who's an inveterate boat always comes out and votes notwithstanding the fact that they decide you know the county commission and all these other things you may only have a couple the things that was interesting I was talking to Gary about was also the role that independence of played then go for trump after an Obama presidency in you even ask little factories from folks on the national side and the and the of this story we want you to participate there is going to be a link on our you can sign up and and tell us that you're an independent gives your email address taking the time to go and register as non-partisan voters but have participated in these elections at at the you didn't like something that happened in partisan politics or is the whole thing just John General fit in very neatly to a.

"andrew yang" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"This episode. We're going to dig a little bit tiny ben in politics. Elon musk has just endorsed the worst andrew yang so tech billionaire elon musk said that he supports democratic presidential candidate injury gang and he says this <hes> because well in the past. He's aligned with andrew yang if you things he says that universal basic basic income is obviously needed and he's been saying this for a long time andrew yang. That's one of his one of his platform ideas. I'm not a politician in guy not really into politics that much but this strikes me is pretty cool. <hes> because andrew yang is kind of like he's outsider is not liar is not one of the top the people in the race is kind of a tech guy <hes> with some quote crazy ideas that the mainstream doesn't really find appealing and <hes> so gang whose forty four years of venture capitalists from new york and he believes in hubei for all americans citizens medicare for all if you will and he also likes to address automation on the economy this one of the things that elon musk is also <hes> it's been talked about in the past so talks about automation how it's going to kind of displaced people from their current positions their current jobs <hes> <hes> truck drivers is a good one elon musk is making electric trucks electric <hes> not just pick up trucks but semi trucks so so these semi trucks tesla semis while they will be able to eventually once <unk> auto-pilot is a thing in it's one hundred percent usable and it's basically a robot on wheels that can think for itself self and do for itself you put in the destination you put in <hes> timeframe etc and the truck will go by itself if that will displace thousands of truck drivers so that's the automation that andrew yang is talking about and that's one of the things that elon musk has talked talked about in the past you know even with tesla cars you can essentially in the future have an automatic car that we'll even displace the current rideshare programs something like uber or lift because your tesla could a hookup to the app and pick people up take him to the destination you make a little bit of money from your tesla when you're not using it is not just sitting in your garage or in in your driveway so that will displace taxi drivers the displaced people with rideshare programs <hes> so that's one of the things that you lend musk and and injury yang sharon common so this'll happen on twitter and dan carlin. Who's the hardcore history guy amazing podcasts. Go listened to it. If you haven't already <hes> he said <hes> andreanne quota or injury tweeted. I don't expect people to agree agree with me on everything. That would be my main. Hope is that people trusted. I'm i'm trying to solve problems. I'm open to different approaches particularly if the data drives in a particular direction changing one's mind is not a bad thing. That's what andrew yang said. Dan carl from hardcore history said how weird that this should be a somewhat novel thing to say so basically saying oh yeah that's not weird at all. That's pretty normal and then elon musk said i support yang. I host my podcast on anchor her f._m..

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