35 Burst results for "Raskin"
Tourists or Terrorists? Officer Rejects GOP Lawmaker’s Characterization of Capitol Rioters
"As a house panel investigates the capital insurrection a Washington police officer has poked fun at one way Republicans have characterized the rioters at a hearing two months ago George's injury Clyde said those in the capital that day were orderly you would actually think it was a normal tourist visit while Clyde called them tourists terrorists pushed through the line and gauged us in hand to hand combat what do you call the attackers terrorists and what do you think about our colleagues who think we should call them tourists officer Daniel Hodges since first response yesterday to congressman Jamie Raskin was a joke that's what American tourists are like I can see why foreign countries don't like American tourists but after the laughter US code title eighteen part one chapter one one three B. isn't brown Hodges read how the law defines acts of domestic terrorism in part to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction assassination or kidnapping Sager mag ani Washington
Mark Levin Reacts to January 6th Hearings in the Last Hour
"I listened to some of this hearing. I didn't watch it live. But I listened to some it literally in the last hour or so. And, um Tremendous amount of drama. Lot of graphics. Adam Kinzinger was crying lose, Cheney said. Sometimes you have to pick country over party. Ladies and Joe, this is this is really, uh Too bad, quite the spectacle. That this committee is loaded up the way it is. If Adam Schiff on this committee Who led an insurrection against the Trump administration. You have this guy Raskin from Maryland on this committee. Push for impeachment twice. Then you have Cheney has always hated Trump her father's always hated Trump. The Bushes have always hated Trump. And then of course you have King Singer. Who lied to the people in his district when he ran as a tea party candidate, flipped into Rhino land and has always hated Trump. Didn't vote for Trump. Now we had some police officers giving testimony. I don't condemn them. But we only had certain police officers giving testimony. You don't have police officers giving testimony so far, who let People into the Capitol building. Maybe maybe they will be questioned. You don't have FBI officials being brought into this hearing. Maybe there will in the future. Explaining why they failed to provide information to the police officers when they had it 48 hours earlier. You don't have any answers right now. Why Nancy Pelosi and nobody in leadership. Accepted Donald Trump's offer of 10,000 National Guardsmen.
Chicago Deli Offers Free Sandwiches If It Goes 30 Days Without Correcting Customer Masks
"Age of covert 19, a decades old Chicago deli issues a challenge to its customers. Manny's cafeteria in Delicatessen has been around since 1942. Now there's an incentive for customers to chew on. Besides the food, the giveaway works that we're trying to go for 30 straight days of not having to ask customers to properly wear their masks or put their man Gone. Dad, Raskin is the fourth generation owner of the legendary spot on the South Loop. He issued the challenge Sunday on Twitter, with the reward being a day of free sandwiches. So far, we have the restarted after two days, But Raskin believes customers who wouldn't mind gobbling up a load of free corned beef on rye or another delicious choice will seal the deal. People come prepared and we can give away those sandwiches
Manny’s Deli In Chicago Says It Will Give Out Free Sandwiches If Everyone Wears Masks Properly For 30 Days
"By the rules. Hey, Dan Raskin. You're on WGN radio. How are you, sir? Great. Thanks for having me on you are the owner of Manny's. Is that correct? Yeah. For generation owner? Yes. What is it? 79 years the famed cafeteria delicatessen in the city where average folks like me Go and famous folks go to And you guys were in the news because you're it sounds like a little Ticked off that the customers who aren't wearing the mask. Is that right? Yeah, Most of our customers are wearing masks, and I think that most of them are not doing it on purpose. But we're just hoping that people pay a little bit more attention. Obviously, people haven't realized yet, but the restaurant workers have been working the whole time. They still haven't been able to get their vaccines. So it's uh we're still looking to keep our staff safe. Even though there's there are people out there who have vaccinated and we were really looking for a way just toe to get the word out to make sure that everyone understands that like you still have to wear masks and a strong as if the law we're gonna follow the
50- Deplatforming and Section 230
"You know there's a lot of things going on in the world but because trump is not an office. I actually don't have a good idea of what we're gonna talk about today so. Please tell me what we're gonna talk about well. We are actually an attack a bit more about trump because seems to linger here. But i thought you when i would talk about that. Subject of d platforming. Oh okay. that's interesting all right. So on tuesday february ninth. Trump's second impeachment trial began the senate. I decided fifty six to forty four. Vote that a former president can in fact stand trial for impeachment even after having left office and that trial move very quickly house. Impeach managers who serve as the prosecution team showed us some dramatic images and videos of what happened on january six when trump supporters attacked the capital and delayed congress's certification of the election. Remember there was just one single charge or article of impeachment against trump and that was for inciting insurrection. Representative jamie raskin was the lead manager and in his closing argument. He said it's now clear beyond doubt that trump supported the actions of the mob. And so he must be convicted. It's that simple. He was not. The trial ended on saturday february thirteenth now. A majority of the senate did vote to convict trump including seven republican senators. But the fifty seven to forty three vote. Fell short of what the constitution requires. And that's a two-thirds majority are fifty seven. The nays are forty. Three two thirds of the senators president not having guilty. The senate judges responded donald. John trump former president united states is not guilty as charged the article peach birth now trump was acquitted of that single charge of inciting the capital attack on january six and because of the acquit all. The senate never held a vote on disqualifying trump from office. So he's free to run for president in two thousand twenty four trump's the first president to be impeached twice and the first to be tried after leaving office and for that he makes history. But i'd like us to return to the riot at the capitol just one more time for a different perspective to look at the link between what happened in washington and what happened online. Theoretically come ready. let's do it so remember that. Many of the writers came directly from president. Trump's save america rally that began that morning on the ellipse. That's the park near the white house. And trump had addressed the crowd with some fiery language but it was elsewhere that really mattered for weeks and really for months trump had been on social media especially on twitter and facebook with false claims that there had been election fraud and that he not biden had won the election. And if you look back now you can see pretty. Clearly how much. Social media was tangled up in the events of january sixth so first barriers around the capital were breached by his supporters around one o'clock that day in about an hour later riders broke into the building and some of them started scaling.
This Is How the World Ended up with a Shortage of Semiconductors
"Show tracy long time ago now feels like we had the joke about. Should we just turn this into a semiconductor podcast. Yes and you've you've really run with that joke okay. The thing is is he can't escape it like we keep things like know we liked. I started talking about is like this is like an interesting topic for us but it turns out little. Did we know when we first started covering this story on the podcast which i was last october last november that actually it would blow up into this huge issue. Semi conductor manufacturing became like essentially. Nash topic of national news. Far outside the sort of like the niche audience right. Semiconductors secretly rule. All our lives. And i'm i'm joking. Obviously but nowadays everything is so high tech that there are a lot of appliances that you wouldn't necessarily think of that have chips in them So smartphones computers things like that obviously but also lots of cars And i saw one headline float by. I haven't had a chance to read it yet but something about aluminum producer's warning of downturn So chips are everywhere. And i think were really starting to realize how important they are and also how important chipmakers are of course as we've been discussing there's a limited number of Right so anyone who sort of listened to our series. We started talking about the decline of intel. We talked about why. Us manufacturing in general is sort of Gone away and we talked of course about the dominant role of taiwan semi. And it's like almost like again. It was not intentional. But now there's like this huge thing and everyone is waking up to how dependent we all are on taiwan semiconductor and a few other major Fabs and it's a it's become a legit. Us national security question. We know the biden administration is looking at it and you know looking at different ways to reduce us dependent so we really can't get away from the story and obviously we're going to be talking about it again today and i bet it won't even be the last time we talk about it. Thank you might be right on that one. So i'm really excited because actually we're going to be Going back to our very first guest to Gave us sort of great overview. Some of the best Clear english descriptions of the challenges of chip manufacturing and it was the first one everyone should go back. And listen to that one. Then talking about the decline of intel. But we're going to zoom out a little bit and look at the acute that the world is facing right now. Why are so many companies struggling with their ability to source chips and then the longer term issue of this is scarce capacity is scarce and even if we get through this current phase there is going to be still this sort of perhaps a dangerous over reliance on a few manufacturers that our capacity limited so a very excited. We're going to be speaking again. Second time on the show. Stacey raskin his managing director senior analyst. Use semiconductors at bruce dean research Stacey thank you so much for coming back on lot at stake. Tastic be back. Thank you for having again. What's it like you know. You're like a star now. Because one point semiconductors were just like this thing that maybe investors mostly cared about but it really does feel like an you know. Correct me if i'm wrong but it really does feel like in the last few months. Everybody is now obsessed with this story. I think i may have mentioned this last time. I was on but i. There's one reason. I love this space. It's literally ground zero for everything that's been going on. And it's it's you know it's not just the last few months the trade and that briar s and then the the the burgeoning geopolitics and now obviously the shortages. And everything else like. It's and you remember. I mean like the global electronic like enterprise. I mean it's like a four or five trillion dollar industry worldwide. If you add up all the pc's and and and and all of the consumer electronics and then all the services and software and everything that goes with it trillions and trillions of dollars in it all rests on semiconductors semi's or the fundament of all of that like we don't have any of that without semiconductors and so i think it's a phenomenal place to to spend time and it's job security for me so that's yeah that's that's the most important
"raskin" Discussed on KCRW
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Inside Trump’s historic second impeachment
"Thanks for joining us. They assault on. The capital was a dark day for american democracy now the abc news documentary for who shedding light on the road to insurrection and the second impeachment trial that followed with new insights from prosecutors and trump's inner circle of advisers fifty seven votes for guilty forty-three for not guilty. Donald john trump former president. United states is not guilty as charged. The article is hereby acquitted. The challenge we saw in that senate today was a cowardly group of republicans. Have no power to convict them. Disqualify a former officeholder who is now a private citizen and another sham impeachment down the drain. This was about choosing country over. Donald trump and forty three republican members chose trump a defining moment in american politics. The president of the united states impeached and acquitted for a second time. It's not just donald trump on trial. And it's this entire era of our history. It's a reckoning of. How did we get here. Who have we become. How did this happen the entire saga examined in a new. Abc news documentary for trump the reckoning it all happened here at the heart of our democracy that magnificent capitol building all within about a month. You had insurrection yet. People's storming the capital weeks after that the inauguration and then the impeachment trial is a moment of truth for america. You have the house. Democrats who are the prosecutors led by jamie raskin and his team. Our case is based on cold hard facts. He violated oath of office in the greatest breach of a presidential of in us history. The democrats are trying to make the case that everything that happened on january. Sixth is because of one man and that's donald trump. Let's start with the big lie that the election was stolen. He continued to spread the big lie. Agila way we can lose in. My opinion is massive fraud on january six. We know who lit the fuse. Donald trump told these insurrectionist to come to the capital. We fight we fight like hell and if you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore. With president trump wanted that day he simply wanted a peaceful and honest airing of the question of whether there were election irregularities in six battleground states. i know that everyone here will soon be marci over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically. Make your voices heard at his signal after this. We're going to walk down. And i'll be there with you. He struck a match. We're going to walk down to the capital and he aimed straight at disbelief tape. We saw the house. Managers played this thirteen minute long. Video public has not seen that the senators themselves have not seen. We know those hallways we recognize those corners. It's deeply upsetting. It is anxiety provoking. It is frightening. That awful day could have been so much worse. Multiple members of our government had near run ins with the mob. Senator mitt romney senate majority leader chuck schumer and vice president. Mike pence we saw for the first time. Security footage of mike pence being hustled out of the chamber and his family by thought of vice president. Cheney on nine eleven Being taken to the bunker under the white house to twenty four pm twelve minutes after pence's taken out of the chamber. Donald trump tweets and attack against his own vice president. He tweeted quote. Mike pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our constitution he further incites the mob against his own vice president.
Democrats defend their impeachment strategy after acquittal
"After President Trump's acquittal in his impeachment trial for inciting insurrection, lead House manager Jamie Raskin telling NBC's Meet the press that his case was in some ways the success he was a dramatic success in historical terms. It was the largest impeachment conviction vote in U. S History. Today calls from Republican senators who voted to acquit for a 9 11 type commission to find out what happened on January
Witnesses "would not have made a difference" in Trump trial
"Are defending their strategy in the trial of former President Donald Trump. Despite yesterday's acquittal as NPR's Barbara Sprint reports, the Democratic lawmakers say pursuing witnesses would not have changed the outcome. A surprise Senate vote to allow witnesses threatened to up end the speedy trial members on both sides of the aisle were anticipating. But managers and Trump's defense reached a deal to not add witnesses but instead allow a statement from Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler to be read into the record lead. Impeachment manager Jamie Raskin told NBC's Meet the press. He has no regrets. We could've had 1000 witnesses, but that could not have overcome the kinds of silly arguments that People like McConnell and capital were hanging their hats on. Republican senators Mitch McConnell and Shelley Moore Capito both cited constitutional concerns in their vote to acquit the former president. Barbara Sprint.
Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority
"Post impeachment managers are reflecting on former President Trump's acquittal in his Senate impeachment trial, Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin told reporters his team defended the constitution decided the 57 votes to convict Trump, including seven Republicans. 67 votes were needed to convict under a two thirds majority
Trump acquitted for second time following historic Senate impeachment trial
"Voting with the Democrats Donald Trump was acquitted in his second impeachment trial Saturday. House impeachment manager offering this perspective, This was the most bipartisan presidential impeachment event in the history of the country. Congressman Jamie Raskin. Meanwhile, trouble
Trump acquitted: Senate votes 57-43 at impeachment trial
"For a second time the Senate has acquitted Donald Trump in an impeachment trial fifty seven senators voted that trump was guilty of inciting the capital insurrection ten fewer than needed to convict him so you said Donald John trump B. it is hereby acquitted Democrat Patrick Leahy announcing the result in the case of lead house prosecutor Jamie Raskin said was not really about trump this trial is about who we are and whether the world would see that America would let a leader get away with the ridging followers to violently breach the seat of government trump lawyer Michael Vander Veen said that then president had nothing to do with the riot that what he called a show trial was born instead out of hatred for trump and it's time to end of the witch hunt allow America's healing to begin seven Republicans voted with Democrats to convict trump who quickly welcome to the acquittal saying his movement has only just begun Sager mag ani Washington
Trump lawyers rest case
"After House prosecutors and former President Trump's lawyers finish their cases in his impeachment trial. Members of the Senate ask questions Lead House manager Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin, telling them Trump was the instigator of the events that led to the January 6th riot at the capital for us to believe otherwise. Is to think that somehow Rabbit came out of a hat. And this mob just showed up here on their own. All by themselves. This is dangerous. Senators. The future of our democracy. Truly Rests in your hands. Trump Attorney Michael Vander Wien dismisses a question posed by Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders as to whether Trump was determined to reverse the election. It's your relevant to the question before this body. What's relevant in this impeachment article is Were Mr Trump's words. Insightful to the point of violence and
Yellen Is Creating a New Senior Treasury Post for Climate Czar
"Secretary. Janet yellen wants to add a new senior treasury post climate czar. According to people familiar with the matter yellen is considering sarah bloom. Raskin a former deputy treasury secretary who worked with yellen on the federal reserve board in interviews and speeches raskin has warned regulators that they need to do more to shield the nation's financial system from the risks posed by climate
House Impeachment Managers Wrap Their Case
"In the impeachment trial of former President Trump on Day three yesterday. They said the rioting that occurred last month at the U. S Capitol building was carried out at Mr Trump's instruction. Congressman Jamie Raskin of Maryland lead impeachment manager. If you don't find this, a high crime and misdemeanor today you have set a new, terrible standard for presidential misconduct in the United States of America. One of Mr Trump's lawyers, David showing
House Impeachment Managers Wrap Their Case
"President Trump. On Day three yesterday, they said the writing that occurred last month at the U. S Capitol building was carried out at Mr Trump's instruction. Congressman Jamie Raskin of Maryland lead impeachment manager. If you don't find this, a high crime and misdemeanor today you have set a new, terrible standard for presidential misconduct in the United States of America. One of Mr Trump's lawyers, David showing called the Democrats presentation on entertainment piece. It's a powerful speech. When you use the word fight most of the times during the case, it's clear he's talking about legislators fighting for our rights. People fighting toe advocate and, you know, everyone likes to overlook the word peacefully in their lawyers for Mr Trump will present their rebuttal today, using only
Three GOP senators meet with Trump's lawyers on eve of impeachment defense presentation in Washington, DC
"Today after House impeachment managers wrapped up their case yesterday. Maryland Democrat Congressman Jamie Raskin. I've talked a lot about common sense in this trial because you think I believe that's all. You need to arrive that the right answer here. Texas Senator Ted Cruz says he and some Republican colleagues have huddled with the trump legal teams. I grab Lindsey Graham and Mike Lee and I said, Why don't we go sit down and talk with the president's lawyers? And we spent? I don't know, 45 minutes an hour in there talking with them, and I just wanted to sit down and say, OK, what are you all looking to put forward? And to share our thoughts in terms of where things are Senator Cruz telling Fox News at night. The Democrats are using a standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law and says the former president will not be convicted. Alabama did not execute Willie B. Smith
Rep. Jamie Raskin: First Amendment Not a Defense to Inciting an Insurrection
"The impeachment trial of former President Trump continuing today lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin targeting the core of Trump's lawyer's argument that what Trump has said is protected by the First Amendment. He's been impeached for Inciting violent insurrection against the government. Incitement to violent insurrection is not protected. By free speech. There is no First Amendment defense to impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors. The idea itself is
"raskin" Discussed on WTOP
"Jamie Raskin said the evidence is clear case is based on cold. Hard facts. CBS is Stacey Lynn says the vote cross party lines. Next GOP senators joined the Democrats voting. It was constitutional. So now we move on to the meat of the trial on Wednesday, there will be presentations from both sides. They each get up to 16 hours to lay out their case. We expect to hear the House managers say Trump's words incited the riot and he needs to be held accountable. Former President Trump's legal team will say the people who breached the capital did so on their own accord. Sources say. Mr Trump is not happy with his attorneys more from CBS is Major Garrett. Former president Trump agrees based on a couple of sources angry about what he saw. CBS News Special Report. I'm Lisa Matteo. Let's turn it over to w. T. O. P S. Mitchell Miller, who is live on Capitol Hill, Mitch well a little bit more now about those six Republicans who cross party lines. One of them was Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana. He had not supported the vote earlier that took place a few weeks ago in connection with that constitutionality issue interesting. He was very candid with reporters after the First day of the trial and basically said that he thought that the House managers on the Democratic side did a better job than the president's lawyers. As you heard there, there is some concern from former president Trump about the performance of his lawyer. Specifically, they have singled out Bruce Castor, who gave the first presentation during the trial. All the other Republican Senators, by the way, voted for going ahead with the constitutional question and a previous vote. So no surprise there. What else stands out to you about the first day of the trial, Mitch? Well, first of all, there was the video that the Democrats put out which was widely anticipated very well put together and really mashes up all of those horrible moments that happen on January 6. There were, of course, a lot of high level arguments related to constitutionality, but I think that an emotional level. There was a moment with a Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, who recounted the deadly violence that day how he was separated from his daughter and son in law during the mob's attack. They had gone to the capital with him in support, with the Raskin families still dealing with the recent death of Jamie Raskin. Son Tommy, he says after he was safely reunited with his daughter. He had this conversation. I told her how sorry I was. I promised her that it would not be like this again. The next time she came back to the capital with me, and you know what she said. She said Dad I don't want to come back to the capital. One of the really emotional moments today during the trial is that very personal moment for Jamie Raskin was recounted. The trial will resume tomorrow at noon. And that is when the opening arguments will take place, Mitch one other question before you go the president's attorney, David show and talked about Democrats. He used the word Agree, tearing the country apart, choosing partisanship over country, you know, politically weaponizing the Constitution these air similar arguments that the Democrats make. I found that fascinating. Yeah, What's really interesting is that there are a lot of parallels and those arguments that were made with the first impeachment trial that it was politically inspired that a lot of Republicans say this is just an effort. As you said to weaponize. The impeachment process that defense attorneys also played their own video, a much shorter video, which it showed over and over again, many of the Democratic lawmakers calling for impeachment fairly early in the president's term. So ah lot of similar arguments there again, though. What was really interesting I think after today's first day of the trial is that There was a lot of concern. I think on the Republican side that the defense for the president was not as strong as it should have been. All right, Mitch. Thanks. You bet. W t o p. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller 6 35 AM Rich Mackenzie, owner of Metropolitan Bath and Tile. Had a customer call me recently and asked if I could recommend someone that could do a small repair in her bathroom. Little surprise that the question I said Mrs Shepard, we've done to other bathrooms for you. Why wouldn't you have us do the repair? She said. Oh, my. I didn't think you'd be interested in such a small job. So it got me thinking. I wonder how many other folks out there wondered the same thing? Well, I'm here to tell you that at Metropolitan Bath and tile, we love small jobs. If it's in the bathroom. We're happy to do it. Everything from re caulking toe a whole new bathroom..
"raskin" Discussed on KGO 810
"Okay? Mr Manager Raskin. Your party may proceed first. We'll be able to reserve we bottle time. If you wish. This dress skin you're recognized. House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland is Going to begin the debate on the constitutionality of putting a private citizen former president on trial. My name is Jamie Raskin. It's my honor to represent people of Maryland Eighth Congressional district in the House and also to serve is the lead house manager. And Mr President. We will indeed, reserve time for rebuttal. Thank you. Because I've been a professor of constitutional law for three decades. I know there are a lot of people who are dreading endless lectures about the Federalist Papers here. Please breathe easy, Okay? I remember well. Wh audience line that a professor is someone who speaks while other people are sleeping. You will not be hearing extended lectures for me. Because our case is based on cold, hard facts. It's all about the facts. President Trump has sent his lawyer's here today to try to stop the Senate from hearing the fax. Of this case. They want to call the trial over before any evidence is even introduced. Their argument is that if you committed an impeachable offense in your last few weeks in office, you do it with constitutional impunity. You get away with it. In other words, conduct that would be a high crime and misdemeanor. In your first year is president. And your second year is president. And your third year is president. And for the vast majority of your fourth year is president you can suddenly do in your last few weeks in office without facing any constitutional accountability at all. This would create a brand new January exception to the Constitution. Of the United States of America. January exception. And everyone can see immediately why This is so dangerous. It's an invitation to the president to take his best shot. At anything he may want to do on his way out the door, including using violent means toe lock that door. Hang on to the Oval Office at all costs and to block the peaceful transfer of power. In other words, the January exception. Is an invitation to our founder's worst nightmare. If we buy this radical argument there, President Trump's lawyers advance We risk allowing January 6th Who become our future. And what will that mean for America? Think about it. What will the January exception mean to future generations if you granted I'll show you.
"raskin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland, calling on the former president to testify either before or during the trial next week. Trump's legal team says no. Now the latest traffic and weather together We've had plenty of precipitation tonight, either rain or snow, but we have no reports of any major accidents or tie ups right now. Now the latest forecast from the Advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safest. Possible. No fear dentist dot com in the Tri state Tonight Rain, but some areas a winner remix a lower 25. Now for tomorrow, clouds and some peaks of sun a high of 34 at night. There's a slight chance of snow showers and looking ahead Saturday partly sunny 34. On Sunday morning. Snow showers Possible and 29 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows reign over most of northern Kentucky and South East Indiana right now, a split of rain and snow in southwest Ohio, basically from Dayton, south to Beto Avia. On the east side of Cincinnati. Here is light snow and rain is to the west of that line. There's never a good time to work on the I 75 bridge, especially after it was shut down last year because of a fiery wreck. And now the suspension bridge linking.
"raskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In vandalism and violence. That was that and now the president saying that he is not responsible and that his incitement to violence Was totally appropriate. The president's actions demonstrate his absolute inability discharge the most basic and fundamental powers and duties of his office. Therefore, the president must be removed from office immediately. This is a decision we make with the utmost solemnity and prayerful nous, which this crisis requires removal of the president is an unprecedented action, but it is required. The crossing is an UN president. It is an unprecedented moment in history because the danger that he poses and I heard the previous speakers say that we are objecting to the president because we don't like the way he executes the duties. Execute system? No, we don't like it at all acts of sedition, incitement to insurrection. Treasonous activity. And if you are associating yourself with that, as the proper execution of the president's Duties. You are associating yourself with sedition. And treason. Yesterday in a pro former section. We introduce United's consent request to take up former rock polishing Raskin's legislation, which calls on the vice president to mobilize the Cabinet to activate the 25th amendment to remove the president. From office again to prevent him for causing more damage to our country who knows what he might do next? The House Republicans rejected this legislation. And so the president's unhinged, unstable, deranged access and sedition may continue endangering America. And undermining our democracy. Now we're taking up this legislation and regular session. After passage. We're calling on the vice president to respond within 24 hours of passage. This resolution gives half brother Republicans the clear choice to honor the oath of office to defend our democracy. And to uphold the sacred trust given to us by the Constitution, and by those whom we represent. Mr Speaker joined the president Trump presidency this four years and especially during this said time. Recalled the worlds of the great Israeli poet a hood manner. That's what he said. He said. I can't keep silent and light of how my country has changed her face. Won't quit trying to remind her in her ears. I'll sing my cries until she opens her eyes. I can't keep silent of how my country's changed her face. Earth, my Republican college to open their eyes and to finally hold this president accountable the security of our country and the future of our very democracy or its state. When we pray. God to bless America. Let us hope that that blessing comes down strongly. Nice in the next few days with that, Mr Chairman, Mr. Speaker, I yield back the balance of my time and again applaud the great leadership of Mr Raskin, speaker years back as the gentleman from Maryland Reserve Reserved? Yes. Gentlemen from Ohio's recognized Speak, right or you're two minutes. The gentleman from Virginia Mr Klein generals recognized for two minutes. Thank you. Mr Speaker arrives today in opposition Toe House resolution 21 calling on vice President Pence to invoke Section four of the 25th amendment. Like all of us. I condemn in the strongest possible terms. The violence that occurred here in our nation's capital last week. Political violence is never the answer, regardless of which side of the political spectrum it occurs. And that's a strongly held position on which I've been clear since well before representative Bin Klein, Republican of Virginia, the adoption of this political resolution would be divisive rather than unifying. Vice president has said he has no intention of taking action under the amendment. So this process is pure political theater on the part of the majority. In addition, no due process has been provided. As a former prosecutor of law enforcement, brought evidence of a crime to me and said, Take this to the jury tomorrow. For a jury trial. There'd be no chance for the defendant to prepare any defense. I'd be violating half the Constitution, the code of Virginia over 100 different rules of procedure. More than 50 years Since the 25th amendment was ratified, Section four has never In and vote. Such there no judicial or authoritative opinions that would evaluate its implementation and absent this, we much must look to the legislative intent of the Congress that passed its language and nowhere in the legislative intent is the current situation envisioned. Meant to be used for incapacity, not for political ends with eight days remaining in a president's term. Last week, vice president Pence was lauded by the majority for not yielding to pressure to exert power beyond his constitutional authority to determine the outcome of the election. Yet the majority today is attempting to pressure him to exert power beyond the intention of his constitutional role in section for the 25th amendment. This action will only further fuel the political divide among our citizens and will be detrimental to the long term efforts to unify our country. Mr Speaker. Both President Trump and President elect Biden have called for a peaceful transition of power would encourage members of both parties to work toward this end and vote against this rushed, misguided, politically motivated resolution. You're back. I mean, years back, was your gentleman reserved? Gentlemen, Reserves the gentleman from Maryland. My now yield. One minute to Miss Lofgren, General Lady from California miss. Welcome. The Chairman has own Office Administration committee is recognized. Mr Speaker last week is we can't ID electoral college votes. I said this day marks a crossroads for our American democracy. We didn't know. Then what an ominous statement. That was we do now. Congress was attacked by a violent mob incited by the president to stop us from doing our cost Tuchel job. The president not only encouraged the mob, he said, he loved them. And made no serious effort to stop them. Lives were lost and put in danger. Constitutional government was urgently threatened. The president's actions were not only wrong, they were dangerous. He lives in an alternate reality. He's a continuing threat to America. Vice president. Pence would invoke the 25th amendment assume presidential duties until the inauguration next week and save us from a president who is unable to function. Unable to protect our country. I urge all including my Republican colleagues to put politics aside. Act to secure the safety of our country. We truly are at a crossroads for our American democracy. Gentleman from Maryland. I reserve reserve. Right. The gentleman from Ohio is recognized. Ms. Speaker you two minutes to the gentleman from Arizona. Mr Donovan's recognized. Thank you, Mr Speaker. The violence, the capital last week, has been condemned by Republicans, Democrats and by President Trump. So I wonder, why are the Democrats stoking the fire instead of dousing the flames? This. This 25th amendment resolution is actually similar with some differences from the proposal filed in October of this year. By this same representative and joined by 42 Democrats. The problem that time is they were trying to representative Andy Biggs, Republican of Arizona. They want the vice president, too. Uh, invoked the other, uh, portion of Article four. But the problem, of course, is The vice president said. Very lovely letter to them, saying he's not going to do that. So our nation is divided. And while folks on the left are trying to lay this all on President Trump You should consider a few a few statements from colleagues across the aisle. One of our colleagues at one point said If you see anybody from that cabinet meeting Mr Trump's Cabinet in a restaurant and department stores, gas stations, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them. And you tell them they're not welcome here. They're not welcome anymore anywhere. Senator Booker called for his supporters to go to the hill today. Get up and please get up in the face of some Congress, people. I have dozens of more similar statements. What we're talking about here today is a resolution asking the vice president To invoke.
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"Trust the force in in the very same way. The ceos who are really great at strategic narrative. Start with this shift. They're talking about how the world has changed for their buyer such that they are going to have to give up some old world view and embrace some new one. the classic example is mark. Benny off in two thousand coming out and saying software is over. That's the end of software of course seeming software in the very strict sense of code that you're gonna be owning and maintaining in licensing and pink maintain every year. And there's this new world view that you're gonna have to embrace which is in a name the cloud this is the starting point for every strategic narrative and is there usually a right time to think about it. When do you suggest that companies and found us. Think about it. New businesses need to be certain stage of market traction maturity. What is the right time. you know. I've seen ceos and founders attack this at so many different points so i'll two different extremes. One is david. Cancel the sea of drift. So literally says like he founded drift because he saw this shift in the world like he was looking. He actually was like. I think he'd gotten a some kind of blank. Check from from hub spot where he had been and he went around basically looking like what's a shift in the world he didn't look for what's a problem he looked. What's the shift. So he's literally thinking about this as like the germ of the founding idea. And so he's thinking of right at the beginning and then of course if you can phrase it this way it's really great. I think for investors at the early stage. Because when you're talking about a shift you're making them smell opportunity. One of the big of course objections or points of resistance for an early investor as well How come nobody else is doing this. And by saying there's a shift gears a hey things have changed so now. There's this new opportunity right. It's not just that we were a bunch of smarty. Pants is who thought of this at the other extreme you have people like drew. Howson the ceo of dropbox. He founds dropbox on this idea of. I think his co founding story is that he was away from his desk and he needed his files and we lost is his usb drive on a bus or something and he wanted access to his files. And you know this is tremendously successful company for many years and then about a year ago you see out a public company and you see the public markets You know a company that's just about like where to put my files..
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"Hi i'm and i'm cautious. And this is the great indian marketing show where we go behind the scenes that top marketing leaders who and not just what marketers do but how we have with us today a very special guest. Andy raskin andy help. Ceos line teams around strategic his clients. Today into ceo's dozens of companies backed by top venture firms. In including anderson. Horowitz sequoia capital angie. We and he has also led strategic to training at salesforce. qua- dropbox ibm bouba. We aware and general assembly sixteen four stifled the greek est sales deck. I've ever seen has nearly three million and as we number is worldwide as a foundational free book company product positioning launching studied ignited narrative practice. I'm senior product and muslim at skype. Machosky i'm five hundred and the also found that should be quickey of wider marketing analytics company which was acquired in two thousand one. His own stories have appeared on. Npr this american life and all things considered as well as in the new york times wired and gourmet. He holds an mba from the warden tool and a bs in computer science from the.
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"Back everybody to the energy plant a show and is off this week. I'm ELISA bling sitting in for her. She will be back. I think next week not sure who's filling in the rest of the week, But I'm sure you're gonna have a good time. We always do. You confined me online, Twitter or Facebook or social media. Facebook is social media. That's right. Lincoln Instagram anyway. Best money moves dot com is the easiest. Robin Raskin is the founder of a company called Solving for Tech and she is one of these people who always knows what's going on with technology. In fact, I've known Robin For 15 years. And really have always been amazed by her breath of knowledge. When it comes to technology, Robin, I'm so excited that you turned out to be today's guest about technology. Welcome to Chicago. This was so serendipitous. It is great to hear your voice and thank you for having me It's delightful. So this all came about yesterday. I was filling in for Anna and we get a lot of texts on the show. And somebody said, Hey, how about talking about that? Wall Street journal story about technology for 2020? That'll change your life, and I thought Yes, we all need to change our life. This year s o don't know. What are you seeing out there? That is absolutely mind blowing Well, you know, it's been an amazing year for technology. As you know, people who didn't know move from a zoom from, um, mesh router are now experts because they were forced into it. And as we say in the technology industry, you know Life accelerated for the industry that five years in a single year just because the need was there, and it was people's lifeline was through their screens, and so That Which will see it. C s 2021 is kind of a summary of all of those efforts, but also where we're going in future. Still, though, 10 good example. One good example. Call it contact lists everything. Um, even after the vaccine, and we are going to be reluctant to touch things. So you have seen new payments distance? Whether it happened go credit cards are paying through your watch or paying through voice enabled things. You will see a lot of payment systems. That require no touch it off Believer in the vending machines are doing really well and they're dispensing everything. So this whole idea of even trying on clothing trying on makeup with augmented reality is going to be really a big concept at the shelf, so Contact lists for sure. So I just have to jump in and say you're It's so interesting because I see people wearing these huge goggles. I've actually tried this out. I was it the consumer electronics show I want to say about Seven or eight years ago, and it was just starting right. They would you I put it on and literally. I got so dizzy. I fell down. It's not for everybody. But it was amazing because you really felt like you were there. But My brain. We do a zoom conference. We made do it in virtual reality and be able to shake hands and actually see each other in three dimensional spaces. And with augmented reality I'm seeing and even now people are trying on makeup at home with augmented reality or hair coloring, and then trying it before they buy. It would have touching anything, and I would be important to the other big thing. You're gonna see a lot of in this one cracks me up. I call it foldable everything, but it's really important because they develop new technologies. So instead of having a computer screen or a laptop screen or phone screen that are As solid and stagnant. These things will fold in bed. So you will still you apple, the new apple phone that they're working on the two versions. I heard they've got one with a hinge and one that literally just folds over which is kind of amazing to think about. You will sing the Novo at the show with its new foldable laptop. That kind of, you know, phones up like a pocket sized things and then unfold. You see LG with a roll of all, it's even better than a foldable phone. Not sure who wants it yet, but they're you'll shoot Samsung's foldable phone. And you'll see LG with a foldable monitor like so imagine taking your TV and folding it up and bringing it somewhere else. Who told the ball is going to be very new, very expensive, but ultimately everything's gonna fold. You know what's so funny? Robin is how quickly the price and all this stuff is coming down. So I went to Costco. Everybody who listens to the show. No, I'm those. I'm like a Costco junkie. But anyway, I was at Costco on Christmas Eve. And I was just amazed at you could buy a four k 82 inch television for about $700.82 inches. It's incredible, and it's not just the TV. So for we upgraded our system this year. So now everything is can't say her name Royal Alexa enabled so I can say Turn on the TV, um, lower the light. Turn on the heat. So this integration whether you use Google or Electra or fearing, um, to manage all this, this integration of Europe's products and entertainment products in particular. Is Thies TV's air so smart now because they're not just playing your television. They're playing your cord cutting stations and your YouTube and your resume and your conferences. So they've gotten super smart. No, really are smart TVs now and it It's easy. It's interesting. So my the reason we went to Costco is my mom who's 83. She had a four year old I want to say, like 48 Inch TV, and it had gotten to a place in only four years. Maybe it was five years old. Not more than that. Where it was so cumbersome to use. The just the handheld was difficult for her to use, and she couldn't remember where things were. And Sam figured that if we got her a version of the You know, an upgraded, newer version of the TV that we had a Samsung TV that at least he'd be able to talk her through how to how to do it. Well, it turns out This TV is so smart that he was able to literally get her set up, and that's it. She's only had one tech call to. You know, son in law number one, Um, T help with it because it's so much easier to navigate the software in these TVs has just gotten much easier. It's so it's really timely and it's helped so many people, but you'll learn. The more I think important note into means that the most important that you'll see it's the F or the development and health care and What we saw this year. For better or worse is that people needed to take control of their health. And they have you know from wearing their wearables that track their steps to the exercise to the oxygen and breathing to their temperature. So I think there's a couple of areas one is a college d I Why health care, do it yourself and stuff that you're diagnosing your own care. But you notice when something's wrong, you know if there's a fluctuation, and you're sleeping with your calories burned or where your blood pressure and so people are Mindful and eventually and starting this year, you'll see people like garment and Samsung and Apple allowing you to share that information with your doctor. You know, as these systems mature, and the doctor doesn't want to know every time you have a heartbeat, but they want to know if there's an incident, you know, so you'll see this idea of do it yourself. You're going to speak. Do it yourself kits for things the allergy care. Immune system.
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"It like to live in your body now? So much better. It was horrible before I mean I was just afraid of everything. My OCD very cleanliness based and so like a example. I give all the time like I love animals. I Love Dogs. I have my dog on my lap right now and before I got her. I could not pet dogs on the street because they were dirty. You would think that I didn't like animals because I like wasn't interacting with them because I couldn't handle it and That brought me like such sadness. Because that's not who I wanted to be. That didn't feel like who I truly was. This thing was was holding me back and so like three and a half years ago I got. My dog has like a companion but also in a big way as exposure therapy and behavioral therapy. And now I have her on my lap. I haven't cleaned her paws off and I talked to every dog there. Is I pet all dogs? I let dogs jump all over me. You know and like that seems like such an easy thing but like in the past like you said in my body would would tighten up like I would freak out and then I couldn't and then it was like when can I wash my hands. When can I wash my hands? When can I change? When can I shower and so to move through? The world with more freedom has been such a gift and to let my mind kind of not obsess about those things as much you know like. I'm still always tracking stuff and I'm I'm much more aware of cleanliness. I'm sure that a lot of other people but it is no longer preventing me that much from doing what I WANNA do. And what's been the best dog on the street moment? So there's a dog in my building named Gilmore. And is he happy? Oh it's like a golden retriever puppy so yes very happy and I just got back. And and so we bumped into him on a walk and he lied down on the floor because some Beta dogs do that. He started like making this sound. He was like as I was petting him. My dog speaking out from that and his owner was like oh he must really like you and I was like Oh. He doesn't make this sound for everyone and he was like no and that was the self affirmation right there. Ya know more compliments for a week. Exactly I like immediately told Eddie one who would listen. I didn't yeah and I'm glad it's now going in public record. Puppies love you right. Thank you Gilmore. Have something special. What gives you hope. I think what gives me hope is how far come. I think that I'm like I said not restrained as much anymore that things can change so much that I can continue to become someone who I like and respect and want to be in feel comfortable with the work is never done so hopefully with more work can come. You know more happiness more opportunities and work in different ways and in different fields Exactly and I'm conscious that you know. My parents founded low people violent and the Organization for people with restricted growth. Funnily enough in Ireland. I'm one of our focuses. Never just on little people But it's on the parents and the siblings of it's on the Friends of little people in the family members because often they are affected or transformed or changed by whatever challenges. Their child may face as their child but I think often there is a tension with not knowing not necessarily how to help but how to be there in the best possible way if you were to give people advice as to what to do in that situation and not necessarily the people who perhaps have. Ocd or mental health challenges and are currently going through a difficult period. But those who are their loved ones around them What would you say? I think it's important to feel like you're not going anywhere that some aspect of it is unconditional in that. You're there and like that Europe. A place of safety in that year. Someone who that person could always come to and that you might not always say the right thing and you might not. You know always respond in the right way or or offer the right type of care but that your intentions are good and that your intentions is that you're there for the long run that together you can get through things and to the kid who's in highschool dreams of being a writer wants to change the world and humanity all at the same time and they are admirers of this extraordinary writer. Allison Raskin what do you tell them? You just have to write. Even though writing is horrible. I hate writing. I don't find it fun. I find it Torturous But I think you gotta just keep doing it and then you nothing is ever perfect and a big part of it is just being confident enough to say. I'm done and not keep going. You know like it's much better to to be done than to have it be marginally better three years later. How do you know when you're done? I think that's having confidence in yourself in in the story and also. I honestly think that a big part of wife able to do as many projects as I've done is because I don't think that I'm the best like I don't think that my work is like extraordinary. I think that my work is good enough. You know and that and like I can get to a place where I'm like. Oh this is good enough and then you turn it in but I think if you put this pressure on yourself to be the best to change the world with this specific script to know that this project will catapult you into a level of fame you could never imagine. That's where you get in trouble because then it's never good enough and it's never but when you're like well someone read this and think pretty good then you know then you can more easily get to that place and turn the project in your give a whole new perspective on my podcast guy was thinking. I was going to change the. I just need it to be good enough. Yeah what do you want to happen next? What do I really want to happen next? I want to keep working. I WANNA sell something I. I'm pitching a book on dating with Mental Illness. And I want someone to buy it so far. No one has So rude But I would love to work on that project. I'm probably going after we do the book proposal and go out with it again and you know it's it's redefining. That is like okay not a huge failure but an ongoing project that in ten years. If it ever comes out I can say well. You wouldn't believe the story of how much work it took to you know and I mean And not give up on it. I just want good news. That's what I I want that call for by manager. That's actually good news. Not The hope of good news. The possibility of good news just solid solid. That's just enough doesn't have to be changing the world good news but just good enough good enough exactly good enough to have a contract. Why do you think a topic like dating and mental health is not something that people are running towards? I think that people are responding to the concept of the book but they're not responding to the fact that it's mostly memoir. They want it to be more of a self help book but I have always given my advice through the lens of my own experience and so it would feel false to me to be like and follow. These steps. Stepped it up today as I sit on my high castle and judge you. It's more like here's what I went through. And here's what I learned from this and I think that people are not responding to that way of writing about it because there's an authenticity without sensationalism when people meet me particularly journalists one of the first questions I often get asses. What say to guide a Bar Really Mike. Why and they're just intrigued. Because they don't know anybody who's disabled who dates or has any sort of personal or intimate life and because we don't know about it. There's almost this assumption that doesn't exist. It doesn't exist or if it does. They need to know every detail. What do you say when they ask you that I say? What do you say to a guide over both speak English? It's probably similar the same lines we've been using for decades and they don't work like you come here often. It's the same. But there's this kind of sensationalism to it that people expected to either be beyond their wildest dreams right or that it doesn't exist that disabled people be it physical disability mental health be it learning disability that they kind of just exist within one st because again going back to our discussion earlier coney one type of story told And I think the work that you're doing is changing that beyond measure. I'm just going to call you up every day for a pep talk. Alison it has been such a treat talking to you today. I have genuinely learned so much and as somebody who talks about parts of my life very publicly but not all of it. You have definitely given me the confidence and the courage to share particularly the hardest parts. Thank you so much and I'm so excited for you in this podcast and I think that the world is is very ready for it and we'll be better for it. I'm in a privileged gift a that would every conversation I have on this show. I learned something and from Alison. I learned about the importance of being truthful about how we are. I don't know about you but whether it's through Texter in person or phone conversations I ask people how are you all the time and often probably don't even wait for a response or ask me how I am? I just respond with grant fine. Good Yep Great. How often do we take moments to actually answer that question? Truthfully I'm really not sure Alison Vulnerability in this episode has changed and has made me want to be more vulnerable than to not protect myself as much less what. I'm going to try do this week. Send your thoughts nondenominational prayers to my family next week. 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"What fulfills you feel fulfilled in the moment and at this moment if that's with a portion of work that's much more smaller marginal than what you've been used to. But if it's still driving you I mean you said at the beginning of this that you've always wanted to be a writer. Yeah and if that's writing a caption on instagram which has value and is important as communicating. Then I think it's important just as you said check in with yourself and feel fulfilled especially in this age of social media. It's like all about numbers right and like how many people is someone getting there is on and so he no. I did this. Scripted COMEDIC SOAP opera. Podcast called gossip last year and didn't get renewed in so my head. I was like okay. That was the failure because it didn't get enough listeners. And they said we don't like this So we're we're canceling it. But then I I meet fans and I get tweets and I you know in like that show brought people joy not enough people for it to get a season two but like there are people. Tweeting me saying they've listened to it like three or four times and they get they love it and I have to remember that. It's not all about quantity and that if like my content is giving some people like quality. Then that's important too if you had to ask yourself at the very beginning of setting up that series. What would success look like for you? I imagine it's similar to this show that you want people to feel moved by it or connected to in some way. Yes I think that the the biggest thing that always moves me is when people say that. I helped them come to terms with their mental health. Had that help them get help and that they either went therapy or or started medication because they realize that. That's you know something. They really need to prioritize and also the work due de stigmatize all of that and that they've become more comfortable with that part of themselves then. I'm like okay so if tomorrow I stopped creating and I go work in an office I have at least impacted dispersants life in a powerful way and so I feel like regardless of what my future is like. My life had meeting which is like really a wonderful thing key mention being you at four years old therapy and somebody coming to you and saying you save somebody. You'RE GONNA help somebody get professional help for something that they need. That's GONNA be your job. That's extremism lie. God I'm GonNa cry either. That's the thing right and you have to. It's all about your mindset. That's something my mom always says it's all about how you pitch it. How you sell yourself you know so like even when I go home and I sit in my apartment this afternoon and I'm like I have nothing to do. Oh God what's my life you know. I can also pitch someone how I have two books. I'm in New York Times Bestseller I've sold TV shows. I've sold the movie I've you know like it's rationalizing. What you said like that brand that way you have to portray yourself versus like the day to day and I really struggle with the day to day because it's not as filled as as I would like it to be but that's why having such good friends And this support network of positivity is so important because it just stops the overthinking and I'm a virgo so I over think each of day and which is sometimes difficult but surrounding yourself with love. Yeah as trite as that sounds is so very very important thankfully were beginning to live in a world where there is less shame surrounded by the discussion of mental health. But you've been talking about this subject and your experience in a public way for so long that. When did you realize that you wanted to or had the courage to talk about these things and be so publicly vulnerable about it? I think that it never occurred to me not to talk about it. Like it was always a part of me I remember like my dad being like you know you shouldn't tell people that you have. Ocd It could affect your career. And I was like instead of making my career and so you know. I started my youtube channel with gabbing. Done in in two thousand fourteen and that same year worked for Buzzfeed for a little bit. And that's when I got my platform and kind of from day one. I was like here. We go this is me. This is what I've experienced and I that seeing the feedback only made me want to do more and more and more because it was a lot of like I never see this. I don't you know people talk about this. Help me you know and I think part of it also was going to film school and having them say right what you know you know like that. I write personal things I pulled from my own life. I wish I had the mental capacity to write sci fi but I haven't gone there yet so Life is long right. Exactly that's where all reinvent myself It came easily to me and I think that it's an interesting thing for people to be like. Oh you're so brave to do that because it wasn't something that was hard for me and I think that other things that I've done have involved more bravery because for whatever reason that's harder for me but I I've been lucky in that talking about that always just seems like yeah of course has always openness in responding to the work that you're doing that is so personal particularly about topics like mental health. Or I think it encourages other people to be more open. Which is what I want. You know I think that there's like you said so much shame around in and I also think that there's this belief that it defines you and that means that your setup for certain type of life and so. I think that it's been nice for that not to be the case for me. Personally that I've been able to have a life I thought I couldn't have like. I never thought that I have a normal life and I think that that's honestly part of why I'm now open to a different future than I was before because I thought that I could never have the family life. I thought I could never have like the personal life and so I would have to have the career you know I was like. I can't maintain I'm not going to find a husband. I can't maintain that I'm destined to sort of be alone in via pioneer. And now that I'm like oh I see a future where I do have that family. The need to like be super successful has sort of abated. It'd be a wonderful but it's like it's not my only outlet anymore which is exciting. It's kind of an extraordinary revelation. Yeah how long ago did you come to it within the last few months again like I saw myself as a writer in entertainment industry? And that's who I was and now much more open to like. Who knows who I am anyone? Hasn't he ideas suggestion? I'm easily findable on.
"raskin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Alex Raskin usually WFLA big changes the last twenty four hours with a cold front passing through the area windy conditions this evening temperatures low fifty so chilly bring a jacket forty two degrees to start the day same story still a bit of a breeze not as windy but cool sixty eight degrees with sunshine and clouds in the afternoon nice day still cool though for Sunday morning low of fifty three with a high of seventy five warming to seventy seven degrees on Monday northeast winds fifteen to twenty knots sees three to five it'll be choppy on bay waters I understand only cheap interreligious Steve jury live local and a little different this is PM Tampa Bay with Brian Gorman on newsradio WFLA our number three PM Tampa band this Friday February twenty first Ryan Gorman with me in studio Felix Vega and tampons on the boarding for James Berlin there no more get tonight should be back on Monday coming up at eight thirty we've got my other show best of the bay and we'll be featuring actions in Tampa for that half hour Felix is gonna stick around for that and a really great organization doing tremendous work helping veterans and military families get their business is gone and and it relieves some of the success stories you're gonna want to stick around here that again that's coming up for you at eight thirty right now let's do a preview of some upcoming high profile Tampa trials that will dominate the news the local news here in twenty twenty where do you wanna start because you know.
"raskin" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?
"Is there a dull anna car out of bar on the street yeah. That's a dog that we really want to me. Hey can I pet your your with Rene and Welcome to Canape your dog. I'm renee covert a big dog owner. I'm expecting a puppy dog owner. This is the pond Casper. Unapologetic logistic doglovers. Alexis president. Happy Post Birthday now. I feel like more razzmatazz should have gone down last week. No for your birthday. Now's the right amount. You feel. Yeah it was uh remember it. I remember it was my birthday. We said well happy birthday. Sure and and that's all you need. You need now at work. I do a Do a little opole enlist Google forms to to have people tell me Their favorite birthday treat. And and then you have to rank on a scale of one to ten HOOPLA level with which you prefer to be celebrates yes kaelin skipped one on one is a we Silently cupcake on your desk. Nobody says anything yet ten. We Shut Down Sunset Boulevard for parade For your birthday where you on the scale of one to ten HOOPLA birthday level on the actual day of my thing on like a six okay really reasonable. All you need issue that I've realized like there are people that like feel like me on my birthday every day. And that's bad she where I was like. I remember like I had to do something like I could move my car yes. I'm don't want birthdays birthday and I was like. Wow there are people that are just like entitled to it. I'm famous sixty five. Yeah Yeah so It's good that only have one birthday a year because I do just tend to like in my brain and Mike. I'M NOT GONNA work today at work days that I've had to work okay. Well I'm not going to do that much birthday like back. I'M GONNA go for a walk like you have to work still exist little exactly. Here's what I bet. This is something that people put into a freeze more often than I'm aware of isn't like they're acting like it's a birthday. Yeah don't good work over here at your birth date. Your conduct like that unless Russian birthday I really take that to heart and I also like when I enter a store. I'm like look if they have birthday special or something I do WanNa know you know what I mean like. I got a free candle because it's my birthday. Excuse where are we getting free candle. It wasn't intentionally free but they're still busy walkout birthday discount rate I think is it ten finger or if I think I think it's fine. I think. Listen as to criminals group. The mastermind eldest shoplift can't quite report how to do that. But you just can't look They were already on sale and I was smelling them. And the I've been talking to the sales clerk for allows her shop rain and Like she was like look. I'm just trying to get rid of these candles. Yeah if you buy one already on sale you can take the floor model with you. I was like all right. This is great because they're you're like the type of candle normally by the fancy like us too much for our cancelled type Panama scandal yet two for the price of one a two for one and a floor model. And if it's great well it just know how to be a candle tipping over flickering out. They've they've they've been had a bit right. I mean not let. They didn't like these models. Would I feel like the performance of it. It's ready exit. Looks good and it knows he smells good to believe it. Yes yeah so good. Yeah Did Chrome knows your birthday where you properly treated. I kept trying to tell him. You're really got it still would bark and right yes I'm going to do one eighty from the celebration of birthday which is glorious. My Week was was was just just delivered with the first episode ever a food poisoning. Yeah now on the one hand. I'm thrilled that I've made it to this. Ripe Age of eighty I five is wild to me never before never before have I had food poisoning and and boys it all. Everyone cracks it up to it is. It's a it's a dramatic. It's it's a very your body's putting on a show right and at the same token Took but was also made privy to the verity with which the situation was. He was more irritated. The light was going off and on throughout the trying to sleep here. You're like stop it. Yeah and then and then Every time I would Get getting getting the warm spot of the bed and then in the upset that he was being made to move again is fine. I tried to explain to them. I'm like we're having a bit of a night. If you could just work with me. I guess who also is have a nice light shone in my eyes every thirty minutes or so. I'm so sorry beyond beyond my week in Berkeley celebration. Good week real fine. Everything's fine but these are stressful and also fun. Yeah I agree. I couldn't agree more. Also am really really observing that Just all the way up until April I feel like January February march and April. Now the year can be interesting. See I like February but I think 'cause my breath Short so I like. That's that's a good month. Yes short we get out of the way. Yeah we'll now birth earth month that'll change it. I you know as a single person it is usually. I just have to make it past Valentine's Day and then and then you're good so why why is march getting a bad rap. I think is is not super warm yet like like war month but it is Max one. Dr Drew Switch. Everybody's favorite everybody's favorite. Who's favorite holiday is Saint Patrick's Hilarie out there? You have to be right. Yeah that's so I I will now I want. Is it your yet. Let us know. Give us a tweet. Give us an institution my y. Yes I think that more than anything like what's my party. Yeah but why like ranger figures. I would bet I would bet it is people whose Gotcha Day is Saint Patrick's hoster favorite holiday. You got your a dog on Saint Patrick's yeah. If you've another reason to like Patrick outside Patrick's wedding day I got married that day day. Yeah options for underdog now okay so with how. How would people will let us know this Alexis if they wanted to be like? Hey It's Saint Patrick's as mine we're we're GONNA do such a thing. You could send a carrier pigeon and that is one option. You could get an old phone book out right and see if our numbers are listening or you can visit our social media. Twitter seems like the easiest the easiest for all right. Look the favorite holidays hit. Patrick say they're different so I went and give them more options twitter. Yes but we are at the. I P Y de podcast porn those And you can also find links to our individual accounts from there And then you can also email us at. Can I pet your dog. PODCAST at gmail.com com so many options. And while you're at your computer if you've got the time if you're just like I want to do anything. Good itunes in review podcasts. That's the only thing I feel like doing right now. I hear you. I'm there several times a week. Oh yeah I understand if you wanted to rate review and subscribe to our show. Well we'll take. ooh I love that. I mean we'd love nothing more because I tell you what right now. I believe I off you. Sweet sweet listeners have gone us past the thousand dollar remarked. It's not no you don't get paid for the past. The Thousand Stars Nice but I think we're at like a thousand seven. Okay thank you can get to I. Just I'm looking at it has what are you saying. what seven seven. Okay so what if what if we make a little goal. Call One one zero zero as you know interesting way saying that number well and then also I think we're both keenly aware that ah I'm terrible at numbers I'm the one who's always like. Oh yeah now we only have three more to go through. What I have done yet again is at one hundred to what I meant to say? Oh I just like two thousand ten but instead I've told you or two thousand one hundred. Okay Okay what's Nice about this so as we can get any amount of reviews and rene will be like yeah. That's what I said. Yeah precisely for yes. I'm down and they give me what I want. That's easy it's easy you. Just here's here's how you can be happy in this world and I'll tell you right now forget what you wanted and then when something has changed be like. I'm pretty sure that's what ask for seems right. I mean they do say yes. What is it like expectations? Are The death relationship hot is an. It's all yes there you go good and so I have no expectations We'll be delighted to see because they like to see the numbers move a bit short if they went down. I'd probably be let's review so they could go up again and I definitely appreciate the. Oh boy it is annoying to listen to. I'm sure you listen to podcasts. Knowing but the only way that you can stay relevant in the industry so it means a lot and I'm sorry that we password every week nick. Yeah it means okay and Biz Biz. Talk Okay let's let's get down to casual. Let's do the numbers I'm Kai Ryssdal. You want to hear what we have on the show to Dillard's okay the numbers into this week. Fleece the Nasdaq. No we have a my minute from Magda and Fleet Felix. Yes we have the very wonderful guess bestselling authors and podcasters Gabby done an allison raskin and then we have a little of dog. News about A bill that's getting passed near exit. We'll do a quick crumble. Of course. Sorry Okay I'll give you think we're not going to talk about our own. You know what you're going to Miss Renee well do. Do you hate the mess in front of stuff. What Kinda when you said? It didn't bother me but then if someone was like do you want to be called never.
"raskin" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Hey guys it's Kansas Kayla and we are directionally challenged. Yeah we thought we'd have like everything figured out by the time we in our thirty. somethings and guess what we don't we don't we don't at all but today we are going to stop and ask for directions from Gabby done and Allison Alison Raskin. You guys probably know them from their extremely popular podcast just between us also maybe they're youtube channel which you know a lot of their videos get like hundred fifty million views. They also have a book. I hate everyone but you that is a New York Times bestseller and it was the best seller in two thousand seventeen and their next book. Please send help will be released July sixteenth two thousand nineteen so I think these guys know what to do. They've got a little bit going on in their lives. Yes these are bad ass businesswomen and beyond that they are best friends their best friends and have a podcast and <hes> we might be best friends and have a podcast guys we have so much in common we get so many emails and messages on Instagram asking us to talk about friendship or when people have a hard times within their own friendship chips so we thought this would be a really fun episode to talk about the importance of female friendships none other from two women who not only are best friends but if built a business off of this friendship so without further ado right after this break. We're coming back with Gabby and Allison ooh okay so we are here with Gabby done and Allison Raskin high guy is it's like looking at a mirror. You guys are best friends. We're best friend guys. Have Your own podcast. We we have a podcast but you guys have away better like friendship like couple name like Alison Gallison's because we saw that and we're like we need our like friendship podcasts couple name and just just Kayla or candice gray hair. It's hard to forget K. Haggis. We need your help. We need your help..
"raskin" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Mighty shitheads. Welcome back to another episode of high and mighty. It's me your poor. Roy number one. Boy, the number one boy, the number one. Johnny g joining me as always in the high and mighty studios. My nearly silent co host Arthur Gabriel Arthur give them a shout out. Does not even take a break from his bone for his good all dead now again for a few people get confused Arthur is a dog. I do not have an engineer or a sibling that sits in the room silently for one hundred and sixty something episodes. Okay. It's a dog. That's the bone part that I keep talking about. How do you guys not pick up on that? Also joining me in the high and mighty studios not a dog. But a lover of them guys from just between us and the gossip podcast. I got Allison Raskin. Hello. This is the part where you find out you to do an intro great. You're not allowed. You'll see you're allowed to talk. But that doesn't mean I'm going to pause or listen. I mean, you've got a couple of conversations with me at this point. You get it to monologues. I've sat in a wall of volume as you shout. It bullshit. How have you been? I'm in pretty good. I walked here. Whoa. Do we live close? I live pretty close. We'll be weird. If I didn't I didn't why I want to confirm like, oh, do we live close or are you on like, some weird spiritual journey where you like left Silverlake this morning, I on spiritual journey, but I don't live in Silverlake. Are you are you currently on a spiritual journey are? We all always, right? Yeah. We should be. Just striving to not be myself. I'm constantly trying to improve to what level. I don't know. I just don't wanna be this. Which is terrible to say. But very true. I want to be a better version of this person know, my favorite thing is the only thing you can shake compare yourself to pass versions of yourself. Oh shit. I like that. Yeah. Don't worry about beating the other person just beat yourself. Yeah. I also like that. There was no sound check here. Oh, yes. Should I've done that keep talking this? Okay. I should've warned you. I I don't do. I'm sure someone's listening now, of course, is no Sandjak a barely hear either of them. But I don't I don't wear headphones. I don't do sound checks. I don't do any work. Cool, mike. Hey, that's all that matters is a couple of miles a couple of Mike's a couple of minds, and we wound these. These. Welcome back to another sort of high and mighty today. We just have a couple of miles a couple of weeks and a couple of mines. Listening sounds like a fucking NPR show. I'm into it. I think people would listen, I think people should listen. So the topic we talked about you mentioned either dogs or romantic comedies or romantic movies or comedy rom com from com specifically, I wanna get into what is romantic movie are. They just not funny. Thanks dies in the end of that like me before you or whatever comedy to that. Now, I read that book it was devastating. I saw that movie on a plane nearly blew my fucking head. I was like tearing I was like I was everything was going wrong with my body when I watched that I could put myself through such thing, but we were sitting around or dogs. And then you're like, oh, well, I feel like you talked about dogs. But I was I'm finding do either by rom coms or something. I haven't talked about on the podcast yet. And I feel very strongly about what are your thoughts. I love them love them. I absolutely love them. They're like combine everything. It's like good. Looking people. People are funny and. You got a little so said rom com over there and now are getting comfortable always going ape shit. Get ready. They're funny, and they're romantic like what else do you need romance and comedy or like, the two things I need to get through life shoe on them both into one movie. It's so satisfying. It's also just like, I don't know it just like excites me in a way nothing else..
"raskin" Discussed on podnews
"The latest pod news gossip premiers on June fourteenth, subscribe now and Stitcher, apple podcasts or wherever you listen and remember, it's all fun and games until they're gossiping about you. Gossip is a new scripted podcast from Alison Raskin who's a comedian, author and YouTube, and it's launching today l. had an exclusive on the trailer. Raskin has seven hundred and fifty thousand YouTube. Subscribers and videos have been viewed more than one hundred and twenty million times.