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"raschke" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"raschke" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"There's pent up demand for face to face business meetings, conferences, events, networking, people are just starved for that, says Harvey of Southwest business. Southwest is hoping to capture those travelers by attracting companies who want to pay lower fares, but still want to travel, he says. He also argues that since companies have more remote employees now, there's a new class of business travelers who have to fly to headquarters a few times a year. But even people who've spent decades on the road say that the pandemic has made them realize that technology has finally made it feasible to have good communication without traveling. Tina Perkins, who's worked for epic systems, a Madison Wisconsin based electronic medical records company for 20 years says she loved traveling to a new city once or twice a month to help hospitals implement epic software, but she says I've been sort of shocked by how we've been able to adapt. Whereas effective in this hybrid world, which was surprising, having done some things one way for such a long period of time. She says she'll likely travel once every four to 6 weeks going forward rather than once every two to four weeks. Other epic travelers have made the switch, too, employees now take in total about a thousand trips a month down from 3500 before the pandemic. The hotels and airlines that figure out how to make their model work without business travelers are going to be in the best position going forward, says Anthony Jackson, the U.S. airlines subsector leader at Deloitte. During the last recession, airlines expanded their premium economy seats to attract economy travelers who were willing to pay for an upgrade, but not first class, and cost conscious business travelers. Now airlines will likely further expand premium economy in part to give travelers still worried about COVID-19 a way to pay for more elbow room, says Allen Lewis, managing director for LEK consulting. Delta said October 13th, that it actually made a profit in the three months that ended September 30th, and that premium cabin seats drove much of that recovery. Business travel is still less than 50% recovered the company said. Like airlines, hotels are going to have to think up new ways to attract traveler money, says raschke of mourning consult. They might decide to try and lure digital nomads who don't have to pay rent anymore and are traveling around the country as they work. Or they may offer what's called leisure business leisure packages to people who want to work and vacation all in one trip. That may attract travelers like Henrik's who still has to make some work trips, on his last business trip before the pandemic, Henrik attended a weeklong conference of the American banking association in Orlando. Since his in laws live nearby, he used miles to fly his wife and kids down to Orlando, too. They rented an air-b-n-b near the conference and he commuted back and forth via lift. Still, the American banking association is holding the same conference this year in Tampa, but neither Henrik nor his family are attending. There is a silver lining to Henrik's traveling less frequently, though, he says he's spending more locally..

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"raschke" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:24 min | 9 months ago

"raschke" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And i'm not even kidding so resistance to being professional wrestling that i kind of liked i liked playing the contrary and and so I found myself working for a company. A few years back which is now called impact with at the time was called. Tna was the second biggest company in the world and networking you know in this very Almost like a dallas setting with the you know the the rich female owner who was like something out of a comic book and Lots of intrigue. And i ended up trying to buy the company and they tried to screw me out of. I think it was a one point. Three million dollars and And so in in that. I ended up leaving that company and And then i sat on it for six months on. I'm kind of done with wrestling. And then the opportunity came up to buy the nwea in nineteen forty eight was the primary wrestling organization in the world. Is the oldest one in the world. Seventy three years in county and there was opportunity by this historic You know promotion. And when i did people ran articles. What did he buy. He bought absolutely nothing. What three letters mean absolutely nothing people thought it was insane even the wwe thought it was worthless. They didn't want to buy it even though it was. You know not that expensive considering what what the. Wwe worth. and i've turned it around and brought it back to world prominence and now we have ric flair coming into an nwea ring for the first time in about thirty something years Just lots of fun stuff. It's like you know and and if anybody is a professional wrestling fan. I assume some of your listeners are it's a it's a. It's kind of a golden age arresting right now. it's kind of a new renaissance. There's lots happening. I mean seeing. Sam punk just came back after seven years about broke the bank with social media and and attention and that just even espn was running headlines about it so you know. Professional wrestling is here to stay. It's a big business. It's taken a long time to be seen as a as mainstream entertainment but obviously the success of the wwe being a billion dollar business proves that you know it's it's it's best as are still. Oh there's no question How popular wrestling is is a matter. Of fact my social media grandmaster here on the richeisenshow shows. He likes to be called. Tj jefferson is a die hard. I'll give you the floor. tj janelle. You wanted to ask billy a question. Yeah how you doing. I'm fine thank you good. You know you and i. We have a few friends in common. Guide him tommy. Lipide nick and josh richmond. Who i was just texting with a few minutes ago. So josh said to tell you what's up and he's got an eighty two inch. Tv to watch football with nuts. Good it's gonna drive you up the wall. He's one of those people talk to me about. Usc football and he might as well be speaking martian. No rich explain that. You bought the nwea in y. But billy for me. Like i'm an old school wrestling fan like right over my shoulder here. I have the red velvet version of the dome go. Glow belt Actually met you a super bowl party with josh few years ago and they showed you a picture of this belt so my question to you is. When did your love of wrestling start when it happened. Who who was. What guys were your favorites. As you were growing up and really getting into wrestling. I started watching in the early seventies with my eight year. Old great grandmother And so i was watching. I didn't i didn't know i was watching legends. You know the crusher Dick the bruiser. Baron von raschke. You know Fern gonyea. I didn't know these guys were legends. They were just on my local saturday morning television and here i was a little kid watching. Just these guys beat each other up and it seemed like a strange alien world so somehow it stuck with me through all the years and then the late nineties. I kind of fell back in love with it. When i started meeting is behind the scenes i met stone. Cold it foley The rock you know really nice people behind the scenes and very friendly. They kind of explain to me what i was watching and i. I found myself sort of intrigued by the business more. So than even what was going on in the ring and that started me on this crazy journey and twenty years later here. I owning the nwea. And if you would've told me. When i was a little kid. I don the. Nwf until you're insane. Someone who's a huge wrestling fan. Billy i just wanted to say thank you for doing that because you know a lot of times wrestling fans like the argue this company better than this company that companies bear the net company. But if you're a true wrestling fan all you want is for all these organizations to succeed in put out a good products and i think that's where we're at right now. You may have just broken some news. That i don't think has really been out there. Ric flair did ask for his release from wwe. He showed up at a aaa show in mexico. And now you just said that rick flair will be showing up on. He'll be nwea seventy-three show. You can watch it on fight which is a digital platform. It's on pay per view. Yeah rick will be there And and and he's gonna ring and an address the fans which is amazing because he literally hasn't been in on wwl ring. I mean you can argue about because he was obviously in crockett and wcw. So you pick your year when rick left the way but it's been a good thirty something years eighty five eighty six eighty seven somewhere in. Obviously rix the greatest. Nwea champion of all time. And if somebody said recently you know You know as far as that guard that we grew up on with dusty and harley race You know rix you know rix that other guy in mount rushmore. That that we all look up to and so to have him coming in to help us with our show is is really a great honor. And i think it's gonna be really exciting and we're and we're wrestling at the chase in saint louis Which hasn't had wrestling in the building for thirty seven years. So it's a historic night all the way around too big pay per views this weekend including the all women's pay per view empower. Did i say that right. Because there's three hours at the end. let me let me. Pardon me billy. I got to get into the role here. Let me do that again. Wrestling at the chases returning after thirty seven years with two big pay per views this week including all the women's pay the all women's pay per view empower the pro. Read their thank. You say he's a you only know one speed that saturday. August twenty eight and in the big one. nwea seventy-three commemorating nwea seventy third anniversary sunday. August twenty ninth both on tv and ric. flair's back in the fold. I think we broke news here on a rich. Thank you very much appreciate the time. Let's do this again. We'll we'll have you on any time. You want to chop it up about anything. I really enjoyed this conversation whenever you want to talk about. Baseball's insanity. I'm happy to be your well. How about this. You know what. The one thing that i'm railing against right now. Billy is the fact that baseball does not require their umpires to explain to the crowd what they're reviewing and why they came out of review with the result that they came out. Just use pantomime safe out. You have no idea if what they've just seen and it's infuriating. It's just part of the game. I guess so. It is my. It's just a more high tech way of screaming you suck blue you know but I'd like to feel like. I'm a little bit better than that. I do love the sport. I honestly like it is my first love i talk. Nfl for a living on nfl network now for nineteen years but it is my first love. So you and i can Absolutely bond on that and i appreciate the call. Five seconds for a quick you. The six degrees of separation million billy corgan. Tha oh oh yes the. Nfl network started. They came to me and they wanted use my song today for the first promo ad okay. Yeah and what happened. I.

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"raschke" Discussed on Seis e Um

Seis e Um

04:50 min | 9 months ago

"raschke" Discussed on Seis e Um

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"raschke" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Quest love 11 all the big awards at Sundance, and then there's another one for those of us who grew up loving All Star wrestling in the seventies and eighties. There's a documentary about Baron von Raschke before and you can stream that one all the way through the 23rd. And that one is 12 15 bucks with the tune our fee. So those are the two MSP film fest that I'm planning on streaming at home this weekend. And if you want, there's all sorts of other ones. You know you want to watch a Polish movie and Italian movie. There's Minneapolis made movies. You can find that all at MSP film that organ Chris you It didn't column in The Star Tribune today with some of his recommended picks. Both of those are on their You know the bear, and the club was in our, really He's in our studios. Early years there was Because show it the history theater. Okay, the bear in the clock. Something is the story and he came in and Rocco like you, um, wrestling. In the seventies. That was the thing my one grandma absolutely loved it, and I feel like it was Sunday and sometime Saturday mornings anyway, it was the thing And he they were such characters fills wrestlers of that time period anyway came in and I thought he was or the people. He's tall, and I mean, he was tall in his not not tall, but he's a big man, and he was like I want to say at that time I don't know if he's still alive. I think he was like 78. That's every game. He came in studio and he was just very Kind of gruff in to the point. Just Yeah, he was. He was funny, but because he's alive, Okay? I believe his son was like a filmmaker. And is about in this film. Something good? Good. I'm glad because he did have I met my mom was positive. It was something at the history of Gator. Yeah, There's some story. Okay. All right. Well, how about you, Miss Britney? I had some stuff and then OK, So if I don't so I found some I found some. I did my homework while he was telling us his Hey, there's this awesome thing called Spring Cheese, Chocolate and Wine weekend. Oh, head on over to Stillwater, where they have five samples of flight in pre selected wines accompanying a company accompanied by samples of cheese. Also chocolate. You're welcome. Here's another thing that might I have a friend who's going to still water me, she said. I gotta be in still water and four with this be it that it has to be. It's That sounds like fun. It starts a new new five Saturday and Sunday, so maybe not, but either way you go there. And I'll split it and just eat the cheese. A lot of it. Hey, this is pretty lame to announce. But Preston eyes citywide garage sales, so Head on over to Preston. I feel like this used to be bring Mars Garage Sale Weekend was the weekend after Mother's Day. You know that that's still former president. It's warmer and bring more. One day when it goes down. I feel like because I least living brain Martin was it. Yeah, Me too. Was it may be just the end of May. Maybe? Yeah. Also, and Rocco's seems like and not like mine. Yeah, you just realized how much told mister Yeah. Guess what is it? President? Minnesota. You'll Preston person Spring Google President shits in Minnesota. Yes, I found it on MN Explore Minnesota Marconi. Yeah, it exists. It's real and there's a garage sale citywide. Itself of Raj. Mr. What's so people on the stream are listening to us and the Roger. Okay, So if you hate that you're going to really hate this guess what if you live in the loose, Disney takes Broadway by storm. Huh? Did you? I just looked up. It looks like in Preston. Minnesota is the National Trout Center. But unfortunately as I go to their website, they're closed due to Cova 19. Well, maybe next year. Rocco can use it for his weekend picks. Reginald Drought Center steals.

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"raschke" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"That is from the rest that your father was one of the greatest was greater than all of us and my father is a young boy. All you shall. I'm hit google. They talked about him. And what happened. Was that My mother came from london. Her father was a rub in london and was in contact with my grandfather at bari in jerusalem. They wrote to each other and my mother wanted to come to israel. My father had just come back from poland and they were married in two years and you aligned with them. My grandfather bar is set to my father. Take your wife to see her family. She hasn't been home for a couple of years so they went to london. And visiting london was remai- berlin. The son of the Bar-ilan right a bar-ilan ahead of this rocky world miss rafi and interesting enough. He used the test the boys in the great. It's time yeshiva near the shook of matinee huda and he knew of my father and he remembered my father because he attested him. My father was a young boy and when he saw my father. All of a sudden in england remained berlin. Barry land with speaking english for world. Miss raschke is set to my father. What are you doing here and my father told. My wife is from london. Her father is arrive in the east end of london the great jubilee street synagogue and we came for a visit so remember lynch said well. I want to send you for a few months to america. Laffitte stalactites mail to give she and people should know about you and my mother said to my father a great idea. I'm not in the street amid my parents home. Go to america for a month or two. You'll need there. Were jewelry american jewelry and the godollo of their their abundant. There and then you'll come back to london will go back there. It's use real and my father went to american. While he was in america world two out and for two years. My parents were separated. My mother was stuck in england during the blitz. She was evacuated to a small. Little town called sirens sister. My father was stuck in america in order to stay he had to get at. It was sort of like a green card. Whatever but in order to get that you had travel outside of america to american embassy and then come back in. He was advised to go to canada. He crossed back into seattle and he started the achievement. Seattle shame of crime iser and Many of these young boys went to public school in the morning afterwards. Became very big tommytucker. Clem studying in this yeshiva that my father made seattle. He also became the rabbi. Because rabbi valente was busy with overseas he was working for that sola and thought became the rabbi there two years later my mother came over and my father was in seattle for twelve years and then i was born there in forty seven and forty nine rabbi hankinson who was then the plastic in new york before misha love my father and he brought him to jersey city The rub there had passed away. Arrived blocked that was beautiful..

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"raschke" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

EDMlivesets & Podcasts

1:29:24 hr | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

"raschke" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"raschke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"For September night twenty twenty. I Mike Clifford? Much of the American, West is burning the Washington Post reports for the traditional fire season has yet to begin parts of a half dozen states from coastal California to the rocky mountains or being charged by more than seventy wildfires that by tinder-dry vegetation record heat and blustery winds kicked up Tuesday across the region. The Post notices smoke is turning the sky and ominous red and threatening those with allergies and with asthma. In California where two dozen major wildfires are burning a new round of fast-moving blazes sparked up over the weekend. It happened justice thousands of people had just begun returning to their homes evacuated last month because of a different set of fires more than two point, two, million acres have burned California this year. The mid west of seen higher levels of COVID, nineteen activity in recent weeks, and that includes North South Dakota or Mike Mohan reports health officials say all parts of the region need to be mindful of. Bread that code is now top the nation for new corona virus infections based on their seven day averages per one hundred, thousand people, Shelly Ten Naple Love Community Healthcare Association of the Dakotas says, that's more important measuring tool than just the raw numbers for each county. See some of them were rural counties, rally being the hardest hit, and so I think that Perot population number is really important because it it shows the truce spread of the epidemic. Maple says rule American needs to past the mindset that only larger cities are affected by the virus as was the case back in the spring. She says examining different metrics can veteran form health agencies and residents about where surges are happening and how to best respond. And for anyone who uses social media it's a fact of modern life that some of these stories come your way as news or either partially or totally false with presidential election just weeks away media watchers say voters can expect to receive a flood of news items, featuring candidates in issues. So how can you tell if it's accurate information misinformation or just plain fake Christie Raschke a media literacy professor at Arizona State University says it helps to. View what you see with a healthy dose of skepticism as anybody else reporting that you see a picture of something that seems particularly egregious and you think how can that be true? We'll be google it doesn't appear anywhere else chances are it's probably not washed uses the constitution guarantees free press and prevents the government from controlling what is published. She warns that disinformation inaccuracy that has spread deliberately isn't just a harmless prank, it can damage democratic institutions. Mark Richardson reporting just Google.

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"raschke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mike Clifford. Much of the American West is burning. The Washington Post reports over the traditional fire season has yet to begin parts of a half dozen states from coastal. California to the rocky mountains or being charged by more than seventy wildfires that by tinder-dry vegetation record heat and blustery winds kicked up Tuesday across the region. The Post notices smoke is turning the sky and ominous red and threatening those with allergies and with asthma. In California, where two dozen major wildfires burning a new round of fast-moving blazes sparked up over the weekend and happened just as thousands of people had just begun returning to their homes evacuated only last month because of a different set of fires more than two point two million acres of burn in California this year. The mid west of seen higher levels of Kovac, nineteen activity in recent weeks, and that includes North South Dakota or Mike Mohan reports health officials say all parts of the region need to be mindful of communities spread the Dakotas now top the nation for new corona virus infections based on their seven day averages per one hundred thousand People Shelly Ten Naple Love Community Healthcare Association of the Dakotas says that's more important measuring tool than just the raw numbers for each county. Some of the more rural counties. Raleigh. Being the hardest hit and so I think that her population number is really important because it shows the truce spread of the epidemic. Naples says rule American needs to get past the mindset that only larger cities are affected by the virus as was the case back in the spring. She says, examining different metrics can veteran form health agencies and residents about where surges are happening and how to best respond. And for anyone who uses social media it's a fact of modern life that some of these stories to come your way as news or either partially or totally false with presidential election just weeks away media watchers say voters can expect to receive a flood of news items, featuring candidates in issues. So how can you tell if it's accurate information misinformation or just plain fake Christie Raschke a media literacy professor at Arizona State. University says it helps to view what you see with a healthy dose of skepticism as anybody else reporting that you see a picture of something that seems particularly egregious and you think how could that be true Google and it doesn't appear anywhere else chances are it's probably not washed uses the constitution guarantees a free press and prevents the government from controlling what is published. She warns that disinformation inaccuracy that is spread deliberately. Harmless Prank, it can damage democratic institutions. Mark Richardson reporting.

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"raschke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"raschke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Much of the American West is burning the Washington Post reports over the traditional fire season has yet to begin parts of a half dozen states from coastal California to the rocky mountains or being charged by more than seventy wildfires fed by tinder-dry vegetation record heat, and blustery winds picked up Tuesday across the region. The Post notices smoke is turning the sky and ominous red and threatening those with allergies and with asthma. In California where two dozen major wildfires burning new round of fast-moving blazes sparked up over the weekend. It happened just as thousands of people had just begun returning to their homes evacuated only last month because of a different set of fires more than two point, two, million acres burn in California, this year. The mid West ASEAN higher levels of Covid, nineteen activity in recent weeks, and that includes North or South Dakota or Mike Moran reports health officials say all parts of the region need to be mindful of communities spread the dakotas. Now top the nation for new corona virus infections based on their seven-day averages per one hundred thousand people shelly tend Naple Love Community Health Care Association of the DAKOTAS says. That's more important measuring tool than just the raw numbers for each county see some of the more rural counties rally being the hardest hit and so I think that her ovulation number is really important because it it shows the truce spread of the epidemic maple says rule America needs to get past the mindset that only larger cities are affected by the virus as was the case back in the spring. She says examining different metrics can veteran form health agencies and residents about where surges are happening and how to best respond. And for anyone who uses social media, it's a fact of modern life that some of these stories that come your way as news or either partially or totally false with presidential election just weeks away media watchers say voters can expect to receive a flood of news items, featuring candidates in issues. So how can you tell if it's accurate information misinformation or just plain fake Christie Raschke a media literacy professor at Zona State University says it helps. To view what you see with a healthy dose of skepticism as anybody else reporting that you see a picture of something that seems particularly egregious and you think how can that be true the Google and the appear anywhere else cancer it's probably not washed uses the constitution guarantees a free press and prevents the government from controlling what is published. She warns that disinformation inaccuracy that is spread deliberately isn't just a harmless prank, it can damage democratic institutions. Mark Richardson reporting just Google the issue news collaboration project. This is P. Ns..

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"raschke" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"An and safety issues. Either way, Donald Trump should as well. Donald Trump should be running on this problem. He should be pointing out that Seattle, which a gem city is being turned into a giant Hoover, Ville should point out that San Francisco is being turned into a stratified society, where if you can afford to live on the penthouse level, and you never have to deal with the homeless encampments. And then if you can't, then you're homeless. It should be Republicans pointing the stuff out of proposing solutions. You're listening to the venture bureau show. Nj diet dot com studios seventy seven w ABC New York. Cumulus station. News now, seventy degrees and sunny, New York. I'm Bob Brown stories, you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC in a surprise news conference, President Trump declares. He will not work with Democrats on Capitol Hill until they and or finish their investigation into him. The president said he was looking forward to a meeting. That was a follow up to three weeks ago when he committed to spend as much as two trillion dollars on infrastructure, all of a sudden, I hear last night, they're going to have a meeting right before this meeting to talk about the I word the I word, I don't speak to Russians about campaigns when I went to Wisconsin, and Michigan and Pennsylvania. I don't say, oh, let's call Russia. Maybe it's a hoax. Mr. Trump was bringing the democratic leaders back here to discuss ways to pay for infrastructure investments, including what might be palatable to hill. Republicans in other words without. Any hint of a tax increase? Bob Costantini, the White House speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump's cancellation of the meeting on infrastructure is disappointing. Dead in an orchestrated almost two oh, poor baby point of view. He came into the room and said that I said that he was engaged in a cover up, and it couldn't possibly couldn't possibly engage in a conversation or an infrastructure as long as as long as we are investigating him. Embattled lawyer, Michael Albany, is accused of stealing nearly three hundred thousand dollars from stormy Daniels. Prosecutors have filed new charges against Sava naughty. They claim pocketed book deal money, meant for his former client adult film star stormy Daniels. He's charged with aggravated identity theft and fraud. Prosecutors say he diverted the money to make monthly payments on his Ferrari of Nadi quickly responded, tweeting that he never misappropriated or mishandled money related to Daniels. He was separately. Indicted today on extortion charges for allegedly trying to extract more than twenty million bucks from Nike. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC. See news, NYPD deductive save. They've identified the victim, a subway beating caught on cell phone video the department sharing the video showing the twenty two year old man being punched and kicked while sitting on the subway, he suffered significant bruising broken teeth in a possible concussion. Police say it happened somewhere within the city in November of two thousand eighteen in the Raschke for the public helping tracking down suspects, the now before the closed down seventy three the NASDAQ down twenty one the SNP down three Yankees Orioles Mets hosting.

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"raschke" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I'm gonna wake up, and it's going to be fine not far from campus a woman and her teenage son were killed when a tree fell. L on their home. Jim Ryan ABC news. A woman was killed in a crash Thursday afternoon on highway two eleven Alek burn road south. Investigators state police say that a car driven by seventy two year old Sam Arocca Colton crossed into the southbound lanes hitting a car the passenger in that car. Seventy five year old Janet Grimes was killed the driver. Jimmie Grimes is hospitalized. State. Police are investigating the cause of the crash seventeen seventies in Oregon Aban plastic grocery bags and now the Oregon house has passed a Bill to ban the Bank. Statewide, Representative Janine Solman says Oregon needs a single law. We have had an over well-meaning request that a statewide policy be put in place for consistency. Representative Werner Raschke says the legislature has banned fracking and offshore oil drilling. He is concerned. What else might be banned? If this trend continues. What's next? A ban on makeup is that in our future. They Bill would ban single use grocery bags. If you forget to bring a reusable bag you'd be charged a nickel for a paper bag and money would go to the store. The Bill now moves to the Oregon Senate Orrin governor Kate Brown and sorted flags. Be flown at half-staff tomorrow in honor of former Oregon secretary of state normal policy died February twenty eighth Brown. Says policy was a pioneer who shattered glass. Ceilings had Oregon as the first woman elected to statewide office in Oregon Brown says she paved the way for women to one day run for public office. A public memorial for policy will be held at two tomorrow at Willamette university. Amazon says it's prime service is about to get even faster if free two day shipping isn't fast enough..

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"raschke" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Director of Wisconsin counties association. Also, this human services director lacrosse county is Jason wit, and we're tapping into Jason's brain and Mark your brain as well. And we're finding out about the a lot of stuff that maybe a lot of our listeners aren't even aware about regarding child welfare and the drug epidemic. That's affected. No state is exempt, including Wisconsin, Mark every every every place in the country has been affected by this. It's a terrible situation when a child needs to be removed from the their home. But there are times when it is necessary. And that is what child welfare is all about protecting that child. And who does it county social workers the county is charges the legislatively with with this duty and responsibility. Jason wit is the human service director in lacrosse county and statewide recognized expert in this area. The state of the state of Wisconsin and county government our partners in this and trying to address it and with the proper resources to to work to make the situation better. Jason you're saying that we're asking counties Raschke for thirty million dollars this next budget to assist in this effort. What are you hearing from legislators and the governor's office about the likelihood of of a better partnership? Well, say Mark there are county officials across the state in foster parents and stakeholders having these conversations with our state legislators in say, we're very encouraged in terms of what we're hearing back when we're describing the these issues these legislators are getting it, and they're they're looking to help in this goes back to again, the the bipartisan nature of this issue and coming on the heels of a foster care task force and the leaders of that said, yeah, we were able to do some things. But we know there's more needed to be done in this next budget there that opioid task force report from the the the governor talked about providing more money so counties could hire more social workers. So this is an issue. Legislators are becoming more familiar with. And I'll tell you when we have been sitting down and talking we're hearing a lot of encouraging things that makes us very hopeful. And that's an interesting point speaker, Robin Voss, the of the Wisconsin state of. Assembly put together a foster care task force that touched upon many issues related to foster care, and has really taken a personal interest in this great credit to to speaker Voss in recognizing this issue in trying to assist my conversations with legislators have been very similar to to what Jason has described to a person when you talk about this issue our legislature in our governor, absolutely get it. And this was not just governor. Uber's it was also governor Walker regardless of what what's your ministration was in charge. I think we're going to see some movement on this issue. The future of our state is in is in our young people. We don't have enough of them we need to grow some more of them. But the ones we do have we better take real good care of. And that means when we have a challenge like children in need a Protective Service or we need to remove them from a a risk environment risky environment. Put them in a better place. So that they're able to get educated and be contributing members of society and saw. All the challenges that many in my generation may have created as baby boomers, we we we need these people to be as productive and as ready as possible. That's where the county in the state, hold hands. That's where we partner that's where we try to position our state for that future. Success for the for those young people to to grow and flourish in succeed. That's that's why this issue is so important Jason Paul it is it's one that. I it may not get the headlines. It's not the most romantic issue. It's you know, it's not the issue that gets a lot of attention. If if you know. On the football team with high school that's going to get a lot of attention. This is a an issue that needs attention, and I sincerely hope that no one listening to this show ever have to experience anything we're talking about here because it will tear at you. It will tear your heart. It was terrorist at the fabric of our state. I hope you never have to. But all of us are extremely glad that there is an entity called county government. Then our county social workers that is there to address this issue for if not if not for that we are in a serious societal shape here. And that's it. It's very disappointing. Jason we're gonna take another break with some wrapping it up here. We are. So appreciative of your expertise, and you lending, your your expertise, your time, your energy, your effort, your insight, and what you think ought to ought to happen to this issue as we as we try to address this challenge, Mark, I think it's important to when we come back. We'll do this. If we have listeners in families that are affected. By everything we touched on today. How to reach out how to get help. And and not be afraid to reach out and ask for help. We'll give out some information contact info when we continue with Mark O'Connell, executive director of Wisconsin counties association, and our guest Jason wit human services director and LA Crosse county. I'm Paul crown force business solutions here in w I said, we'll be right back. Does it.

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"raschke" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Director of Wisconsin counties association. Also, this human services director lacrosse county is Jason wit, and we're tapping into Jason's brain and Mark your brain as well. And we're finding out about the a lot of stuff that maybe a lot of our listeners aren't even aware about regarding child welfare and the drug epidemic. That's affected. No state is exempt, including Wisconsin, Mark every every every place in the country has been affected by this. It's a terrible situation when a child needs to be removed from the their home. But there are times when it is necessary. And that is what child welfare is all about protecting that child. And who does it county social workers the county is charges the legislatively with with this duty and responsibility. Jason wit is human service director in LA Crosse county and statewide recognized expert in this area. The state of the state of Wisconsin and county government our partners in this and trying to address it and with the proper resources to to work to make the situation better. Jason you're saying that we're asking counties Raschke for thirty million dollars this next budget to assist in this effort. What are you hearing from legislators and the governor's office about the likelihood of of a better partnership? Well, say Mark there are county officials across the state in foster parents and stakeholders having these conversations with our our state legislators in say, we're very encouraged in terms of what we're hearing back when we're describing the these issues these legislators are getting it, and they're looking to help and this goes back to again, the the bipartisan nature of this issue and coming on the heels of a foster care task force and the leaders of that said, yeah, we were able to do some things. But we know there's more needed to be done in this next budget there that opioid task force report from the governor talked about providing more money so counties could hire more social workers. So this is an issue. Legislators are becoming more familiar with in. And I'll tell you when we have been sitting down and talking we're hearing a lot of encouraging things that makes us very hopeful. And that's an interesting point speaker, Robin Voss of the Wisconsin state of. Assembly put together a foster care task force that touched upon many issues related to foster care, and has really taken a personal interest in this great credit to to speaker Voss in recognizing this issue and trying to assist my conversations with legislators have been very similar to what Jason has described to a person when you talk about this issue our legislature in our governor, absolutely get it. And this was not just governor Iverson. It was also governor Walker regardless of what what's your ministration was in charge. I think we're going to see some movement on this issue. The future of our state is in is in our young people. We don't have enough of them we need to grow some more of them. But the ones we do have we better take real good care of. And that means when we have a challenge like children in need a Protective Service or need to remove them from a a risk environment risky environment. Put them in a better place. So that they're able to get educated and be contributing members of society and. All the challenges that many in my generation may have created as baby boomers, we we we need these people to be as productive and as ready as possible. That's where the county in the state, hold hands. That's where we partner that's where we try to position our state for that future. Success for the for those young people to to grow and flourish in succeed. That's that's why this issue is so important Jason Paul it is it's one that. I it may not get the headlines, it's not the most romantic issue. It's you know, it's not the issue that gets a lot of attention. If if I not gonna on the football team with high school that's going to get a lot of attention. This is a an issue that needs attention, and I sincerely hope that no one listening to this show ever has to experience anything we're talking about here because it will tear at you. It will tear your heart. It was terrorists at the fabric of our state. I hope you never have to. But all of us are extremely glad that there isn't a. Entity called county government, then our county social workers that is there to address this issue for if not if not for that we are in a serious societal shape here, and that's it. It's very disappointing. Jason we're gonna take another break with some wrapping it up here. We are. So appreciative of your expertise, and you lending, your your expertise, your time, your energy, your effort, your insight, and what you think ought to to happen to this issue as we as we try to address this challenge, Mark, I think it's important to when we come back. We'll do this. If we have listeners in families that are -ffected by everything we touched on today. How to reach out how to get help. And and not be afraid to reach out and ask for help. We'll give out some information contact info when we continue with Mark O'Connell, executive director of Wisconsin counties association, and our guest Jason wit, human services, director and lacrosse county. I'm Paul Krahn for business solutions here in w I said, we'll be right back..

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"raschke" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"You guys are ready for the saga that are activity saga ready to hear next week. This is a two parter pretty much directtv two parter. I had a two parter, dude. I don't know what I don't know. What to fuck it? On the road. And I got a fucking by the way, I rescheduled my fucking. Yeah. Why are people saying I cancel my Saint Louis show? I didn't cancel it every scheduled at so more people could come. Wow. Dude. I fuck in when on fired on all cylinders on that direct TV story. And I'm so Chilin right now. So Chilin man, basically me doing that direct TV story was like me in a fucking cupcake. And now, I'm just crashing baby. Dude. I love you. I love you guys listening, man. I love you guys listening to my fucking to my bullshit, man. I'm just I I this podcast. We stay went in for twenty eight minutes, and then and then the rest, we just do talk about shit on Craigslist. And we talk about shit on on Twitter, and we're fucking did. You see the guy who fuck in had a road rage and jumped on the guy's car, and then the guy and then drove on the freeway and went up to seventy miles an hour. And the guy was on the guys hood like he was a fucking VIN diesel character, and he was like seventy dude. And then they pulled over and the guy wouldn't get off the guys hood and the cops were like drawing their guns and shit, dude. It was unbelievable. Imagine being. That mad imagine being that mad. See that's so funny too. Because you get that mad, and then you jump on guys hood. And then in how many seconds, do you think? Okay. Wait. I'm not mad anymore. I'm scared for my life, and how many seconds six at the most. And then you're not even mad. You're just thinking. Okay. You know, what I have to stay pretending this mad because I don't wanna look like a fucking idiot. Because if I if I if I now act like, I'm not mad, and I just made a mistake. Then I'm chump. Right. The guy's got. He's he's only hold on now because of ego. How weird is the fucking human brain. Like that. Would you go road rage? Let's just look at the fucking. Right here. So it says these stupid fucking things. I mean, he's on the thing. After getting into a sixty five year old man clung to the hood of a car that sped down a Massachusetts highway for three miles. Oh too long. Unbelievable. Look at this. He's yelling, dude, you stop the car. Stop the car. Another man can funded the driver with a gun after seeing the man. Hey, man, making it worse. Imagining a guy on the hood of a car going seventy miles an hour and thinking of gotta get my gun. You know? Dude. I know what will make this better my gun. That's so that's like thinking, I know what I'll make this better my pet bear. It's just a bad idea. Dude. Get off this fucking thing. Man. Look at it out. Another man confronted, the driver of the gun after seeing them in cleaning the hood for dear life, dear life. It's always dear life it. This guy's life as an dairies on the fucking hood of a car. There we go. Gets out. He's got a gun. The man on top of the car. Richard camera. Ski says he got on the hood after a minor accident with the driver Yemen. Why? The driver of the car Thirty-seven-year-old. Mark FitzGerald tried to leave the scene after the accident and Kim Raschke ended up on the hood ended up. You know? Come rescue city is thankful for the good Samaritan to help. Stop fitzgerald. Fuck off, dude. Fuck off. You're going to try to kill him..

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"raschke" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Also on sale now he'll be there in late March the twenty second twenty third and twenty four which is Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. So you gotta be on top of the law vents, man. They're sneaking up on its Bruce pitcher dot com, and Bruce one of the things I wanted to, you know, do on this show take maybe a little bit of a different approach because sometimes I like to cross examine the, and that's not really what today is gonna be about. Just want sell. -brate the life and times of Beijing, Oakland, you know, one of the things I was thinking about its high. We're going to cover the good the bad the ugly with being, gene. There is no bad. There is no, yeah. I can't think of any ugly, gene. Yeah. I can't think of any bad, you know, obviously had some some health issues. But he's one of those rare guys I never heard anybody say bad word about now. You're not going to either. And gene Oakland was he was a friend. He was colleague, and it was educational to get to be around, gene all those years. And I thoroughly enjoyed every single second of it. Well, let's start from the beginning. Gene was born Eugene Arthur Oakland on December nineteenth nineteen forty two in South Dakota of all places, and he grew up he described himself as a semi wrestling fan. He would watch it when it came on late night in the fifties. Of course, he's watching Awa up there. And then eventually when he goes to college he he goes to the university of Nebraska where the guy who would go on to be the baron baron. Von Raschke, any good early main, gene Raslan stories, you can remember is like back in that day. Everybody had a favorite or a moment or memory? I mean, even now I guess I can point to lob events it'd be like that's what I was wrestling fan. You know, I guess back in in the day during that time, especially in that area. It was all about Vern ganja was all about the A and growing up in that area. If you didn't know who earn ganja was he was more popular than the pope in many ways. So it was that was the big deal. Then in that was that was the guy. That's gene grew up on. He didn't just jump right in the wrestling business that which I think a lot of people assume that that was always the plan, but it really wasn't he graduates college and goes into radio, which makes sense. I mean, he had one hell of a voice and he's winding up at Kailai L Omaha. Nebraska, eventually moves to Minneapolis continues. In radio has about a nine year run there. He also starts eventually sailing for a television station in Minneapolis and television sales. That's that's not an easy sell as -burse. Now. It isn't. But at the same time when you you are salesman. Okay. So, you know. Gene, Oakland was the epitome of salesman. He was constantly selling which made him such great pitch, man. And that's why he was such a good interviewer because he knew what points to hit to get people interested in the product and make them get off their sofa come down and see the live events. Well, and so that's sort sorta how this all happened. You know, feel like we told a similar story on eighty three weeks there Michelle for he talked about how the announcer for the Awa was arrested for DUI couldn't make a shot. And then they asked the guy in and sales who had a good look come hold this microphone, and that's how air Bischoff got into wrestling and main gene, oddly enough has some similar story where the way is doing a live show every Saturday night and has gone. Mario Neil the announcer for the one day. He's ill. I can't come to work. So they asked Jean to come in and host the w that day, and gene has said he didn't really know much about wrestling as far as what to call the moon news, the holds and Vern told him to just sit down and call what you see and jeans. That's probably the best vice he'd ever got. The story of how this is really just a happy accident and maintain wads on the wrestling business as incredible as not an it's funny because that story is so similar a lot of the greats..

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"raschke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"raschke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Is stomach bang? They have more challenges than McBain, especially they have Che boards in place, and they should be more than and the calculation also putting up to the question when you see banks provisioning much lower than the final outcome. That is a problem of communication between the industry related. So how did Saudi Bank stocks react to the news? Bloomberg equities and markets reporter, Philip EPA Jacko filter said, but we began by looking at what was behind the huge dump in the Israeli benchmark index. The worst session for the t thirty five the main index in Tel Aviv sister doesn't. In eleven we had several other stocks that are not directly connected to Paraguay such as the banks. Pauline. Leumi Israel, the all fell at least four percent, then we had Teva pharmaceutical, which is a competitor. Which is also traded in Tel Aviv down eight percent. So there was a contagion within the whole market. We saw something very similar with a pharma companies and truck makers in the US last Friday when Perry go felt also around thirty percent in New York. And if there's any indication that the you're talking to the Irish regulator to actually change this tax burden. They weren't expecting which is close to two billion dollars. Maybe they shares could react, and we could see a positive sentiment back to this market. It's good to remember that until less. Thursday is rarely index was actually poised to finish the year in the positive territory. It was up almost two percent. Now, it's don't four percent for the year. Which is not good news for. We got some more color in Saudi Arabia off the back of the settlement that they read the banks getting hit hard. Yeah. That's that's also very interesting point to look at this week because whoever is betting in Saudi banks at the moment, it's a very liquid sector within the Saudi stock exchange. It's time to crunch the numbers and to actually see how each of them will deal with this settlement with the local authority. It's something that was on the raider our especially here within Bloomberg. He says that this takes kind of cloud hanging over the sector for a while. So this in a certain way is positive news because people know what to deal with right now at the same time the industry was expecting a better outcome than the one. We see so far, and there should be a continuing reaction other Raschke for example fell as much as five percent yesterday. But he recovered within the decision to finish up close to over one percent..

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