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"marika" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"marika" Discussed on Z104

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"marika" Discussed on Posts – Imagely

Posts – Imagely

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"marika" Discussed on Posts – Imagely

"So they drive me nuts there. Are they loudly hours. One of them is a half siamese. They're actually brother and sister from the same litter. I don't resent how he came out. Half siamese but gosh but yeah he's a loud loud meow or and it's always when we're sleeping that he wants to wake us up in new faces. Can you impersonate it. I can actually not actually on the collective podcast. We end every episode by in our guest to give us their best meow and and then we end up giggling forever. And i'm like who is that inspired by. It's the best thing 'cause how i mean we. You can't not feel joy when you meow like it's a. It's a very soon so i'll i'll do it so i have two cats my wife and i when we got married originally and got the cats and moved border house and our first house we had our mortgage guy's name was with john Our attorney's name was paul and our readers name was george so we named our male cat. Ringo and our female cat was lucy because yoko as a as a calico cat in didn't really yeah works. Well lucy fist She's a little princess like she'll just land her back and let you rubber belly all day. But ringo so he will walk around and he'll have the typical right but then in in the middle of the night he does like. I don't know what that is right so much. So i i just me out on my pockets okay. So my final question to you I mentioned that. I take credit classes and i do that because one i love it. i'm wearing a fricken karate teacher right now if you didn't know I do it for the mental and physical health. It is a the in. My opinion is the best combination of the two. So is there something that you do for your health mentally physically or both for to to deal with the stress that comes out of this pandemic..

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"marika" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

The WordPress Photography Podcast

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"marika" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

"Drive me nuts. They drive me nuts there. Are they allowed me hours. One of them is a half siamese. They're actually brother and sister from the same litter. I don't resent how he came out. Half siamese but gosh but yeah he's a loud loud meow or and it's always when we're sleeping that he wants to wake us up in our faces. Can you impersonate it. I can actually not actually on Podcast we end every episode by in our guest to give us their best meow and and then we end up giggling forever. Next like who is that inspired by. It's the best thing. 'cause how i mean we. You can't not feel joy when you meow like it's it's a various so i'll i'll do it so i have two cats my wife and i when we got married originally and got the cats and moved border house and our first house. We had our mortgage guy's name was with john Our attorney's name was paul and our readers name was george so we named our male cat. Ringo and our female cat was lucy because yoko as a as a calico cat in didn't really. Yeah works. well lucy's fist She's a little princess like she'll just land her back and let you rubber belly all day. But ringo so he will walk around and he'll have the typical right but then in in the middle of the night he does like. I don't know what that is right so much. So i i just me out on my pockets okay. So my final question to you I mentioned that. I take credit classes and i do that because one i love it. i'm wearing a fricken karate teacher right now if you didn't know I do it for the mental and physical health. It is a the in. My opinion is the best combination of the two. So is there something that you do for your health mentally physically or both for to to deal with the stress that comes out of this pandemic..

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"marika" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

The WordPress Photography Podcast

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"marika" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

"Welcome to episode one hundred and fifteen. My name is scott wine. Wit's end today i'm joined by emma guest markelle moffitt. Mark is a story driven pet photographer serving pets and their people in the greater seattle area and beyond the owner of dirty dog. Photography markelle focuses on helping your clients stay connected to the animals. They love by celebrating their stories in portrait's when she isn't spending her time behind the camera capturing stories of animals for the people who love them markaz hard at work creating new ways to connect and collaborate with our community of pets loving people. She has built a business focused on the ability to give back to our community through working with local rescue organizations and creative collaborations with other pet friendly businesses in the greater seattle area. She's also the founder of seattle. Pets collective a podcast sharing stories of people who are doing great work within the seattle community so then repeat another podcast feeder check out and she is the co founder and pro and producer of the limelight pet project and multimedia campaign shining the light on harder to adopt pets in the people who care for them so markelle we had to pivot and shift just to get on this recording. Oh boy so. We got stories to share before we even dive in. How are you today. i'm doing well. I mean my day started super early. As my tuesday's are a busy day for me. I mean. I'm not surprised. There was a little hiccup your heart. We are yes so for everybody listening watching. This is part of the pivot and shift mini series. And i'm really excited about this about this topic about <hes>. Talking about this and to get a her insights about what's been going on with her and and how she had to pivot and then went up but before we do that just to share a little bit of the back story about just how perfect it is that this is the topic. We're talking about today when we first scheduling i. I don't know what was going on in my day. But i just constantly. I said okay this this day in time work this day in time and we just kept going back and forth and i kept screwing up and so i think it was like three or four times whereas finally like lock it in is it nowhere changing <hes> and it was all my fault and <hes>. So that was finished so that was the first and the second was. So we've been using then caster to record our podcast episodes because of the amazing audio quality. Give you with your remote listeners. Remote gas rather and zen kester has a beta now where <hes>. They allow video recording. And it's also remote ver- video recording so you get pretty good quality video and for whatever reason. Her computer is is blocking the beta but not the regular only recording so <hes>. We moved over to e cam live beta which now lets me to bring in guests. We're the first time we're recording an episode and he can live film hoping things go well <hes>. We had to pivot and shift just to get this episode recorded so we are here people boy so first question for a half for you on this topic and we're going to dive deeper into this as we get through this this conversation but if you give the listeners a brief summary of of what your photography business was like before the pandemic and how you shifted just a little suburb because we get dig into this. Yeah so i started wanting twenty off with some really big ideas of what i was going to be doing. Especially in springtime. Springtime is my favorite time of year to photograph pets here in seattle. Just the flowers are beautiful. It's just that fresh spring air. Everybody's just so happy and unfortunately things did not turn out the way that i had planned so i had to think on my feet about well am i gonna shrink from this. Am i gonna hideaway. Or am i gonna jump in and create new opportunities to leave my community and and create ways for them to connect through sharing their pet stories. And so that's what i did. I didn't really. I didn't even really rest. I just immediately like okay. I guess this is what i'm doing and and turn went from trying to schedule sessions and events to okay. What can we do online. How can we come together. And and the things we love. Which is our pets. So out of curiosity before all this <hes>. Were you doing more studio.

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Pivot and Shift with Marika Moffitt

The WordPress Photography Podcast

05:01 min | 10 months ago

Pivot and Shift with Marika Moffitt

"Welcome to episode one hundred and fifteen. My name is scott wine. Wit's end today i'm joined by emma guest markelle moffitt. Mark is a story driven pet photographer serving pets and their people in the greater seattle area and beyond the owner of dirty dog. Photography markelle focuses on helping your clients stay connected to the animals. They love by celebrating their stories in portrait's when she isn't spending her time behind the camera capturing stories of animals for the people who love them markaz hard at work creating new ways to connect and collaborate with our community of pets loving people. She has built a business focused on the ability to give back to our community through working with local rescue organizations and creative collaborations with other pet friendly businesses in the greater seattle area. She's also the founder of seattle. Pets collective a podcast sharing stories of people who are doing great work within the seattle community so then repeat another podcast feeder check out and she is the co founder and pro and producer of the limelight pet project and multimedia campaign shining the light on harder to adopt pets in the people who care for them so markelle we had to pivot and shift just to get on this recording. Oh boy so. We got stories to share before we even dive in. How are you today. i'm doing well. I mean my day started super early. As my tuesday's are a busy day for me. I mean. I'm not surprised. There was a little hiccup your heart. We are yes so for everybody listening watching. This is part of the pivot and shift mini series. And i'm really excited about this about this topic about Talking about this and to get a her insights about what's been going on with her and and how she had to pivot and then went up but before we do that just to share a little bit of the back story about just how perfect it is that this is the topic. We're talking about today when we first scheduling i. I don't know what was going on in my day. But i just constantly. I said okay this this day in time work this day in time and we just kept going back and forth and i kept screwing up and so i think it was like three or four times whereas finally like lock it in is it nowhere changing and it was all my fault and So that was finished so that was the first and the second was. So we've been using then caster to record our podcast episodes because of the amazing audio quality. Give you with your remote listeners. Remote gas rather and zen kester has a beta now where They allow video recording. And it's also remote ver- video recording so you get pretty good quality video and for whatever reason. Her computer is is blocking the beta but not the regular only recording so We moved over to e cam live beta which now lets me to bring in guests. We're the first time we're recording an episode and he can live film hoping things go well We had to pivot and shift just to get this episode recorded so we are here people boy so first question for a half for you on this topic and we're going to dive deeper into this as we get through this this conversation but if you give the listeners a brief summary of of what your photography business was like before the pandemic and how you shifted just a little suburb because we get dig into this. Yeah so i started wanting twenty off with some really big ideas of what i was going to be doing. Especially in springtime. Springtime is my favorite time of year to photograph pets here in seattle. Just the flowers are beautiful. It's just that fresh spring air. Everybody's just so happy and unfortunately things did not turn out the way that i had planned so i had to think on my feet about well am i gonna shrink from this. Am i gonna hideaway. Or am i gonna jump in and create new opportunities to leave my community and and create ways for them to connect through sharing their pet stories. And so that's what i did. I didn't really. I didn't even really rest. I just immediately like okay. I guess this is what i'm doing and and turn went from trying to schedule sessions and events to okay. What can we do online. How can we come together. And and the things we love. Which is our pets. So out of curiosity before all this Were you doing more studio.

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"marika" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"marika" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Receive news of Marika's intelligence update from the front lines of the culture war every week we give you an update on the culture war in the stories of the mainstream media will not cover for you Eric what is the most important handful of stories that you wish to Sarah first we got some good news especially to balance out the Supreme Court ruling HHS and the trump administration is now getting rid of an old Obama era rule that basically said gender identity is fluid it does it said quote once internal sense of gender which may be male female not either or a combination of male and female and we're now going back to what to re affirming what we already know to be biological fact that there are only two genders male or female big successes it's it sounds so weird that it's a success for an administration to say men are men and women of women but that is the culture war we are in thank you right well that was the good news what else do you have for us this one hits right in the childhood Paul we all those funds Bobby all of never got SpongeBob did you were you responsible for them all I grew up on SpongeBob but did you get it I don't get it what do I do I just don't think it was it was a bottom five okay your brother Tom in the pharmacy but what's happened to this ball for pride month Nickelodeon tweeted an image of SpongeBob with the rainbow colors kind of shaded on him basically announcing slash confirming that he is gay but hang on a second is that Nickelodeon's decision apparently not this is interesting that as noted in this article the great Stephen Hillenburg the creator of SpongeBob who sadly passed away two years ago had been asked about it many years ago about you SpongeBob gay and he said quote we never intended them to be gay we're just trying to be funny and this is got nothing to do with the show and now that he's gone Nickelodeon is going to make like Mr Krabs into file a man's gray for money so this must be done as we did that so this is not the creator's intent and Nickelodeon he's dead just rides over his grave and says we're going to make you into a gay I called insanity she in summary what's your last order this is something that hits on the message that Tucker has been talking about that the people who are teaching our children are the ones who hate us the most one of the men arrested for the vandalism of a Christopher Columbus statue in Providence Rhode Island is Derek Carr Firth a thirty four year old social studies teacher at Jenks middle school in Pawtucket Rhode Island incredible we were going to add that to the story of what was it what which Ivy League college was at Princeton or was it however there was the the little school graduate one of the three arrested for throwing a Molotov cocktail into an NYPD cruiser that's where the Ivy League has brought us thank you Eric the gender issue is still on the forefront of the culture wars but at least the trump administration is winning let's post all of those stories on Twitter feed and Facebook feed and you can get all the details that cold water is absolutely full the number is eight three three three three goal because it's a three three three three four six seven five two that's going to Louisiana Richard lying to June Dr gore hello welcome good afternoon dot yes yes go ahead thank you Sir a long time fan listener I have stage fright on the listening okay come down come yeah I know cabinet member it was I just have a a conservative thought question this is not resolved no I have a question to Australia Richard have you watched every one of our exclusive cabinet videos no not not I haven't caught all of them okay but you offend number of them your phone number do you have a you have a favorite I'm curious well it would date back that's fine the favorite one was about you're defeating jihad I think insisted on what we yeah because a lot of the book of course yeah we have an hour along with my first book my no ties SO thank you rich and it's a little bit of polling there thank you what brings you to a live show with millions of listeners and viewers well Sir I have a an idea that I haven't heard anyone speak of and that's what happens to a state or city when they succeed and become a sovereign nation they no longer have voting rights what will they do inside that little enclave right but what it counts toward the presidential election of course not if they say they're autonomous than they have to have their own little little silly little snowflake met old emperor or do whatever they wish to have thank you so much Sir you've answered my question and my concern why what were you concerned though that they could be autonomous and influence the election they have to they have to run their own sewage they have to get their own electricity this is the fun part of Chad we can switch it all off and then what happens they run out of everything because a little bit more complicated than just declaring a big block party a street party good question Richard thank you stay on the line Richard let's give him a signed copy of whichever book he doesn't have because of his kind comments and if you haven't done so you still conjoined the cabinet like he has got.

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"marika" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"marika" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Marika's anchorman on the EIB network and we're talking about lieutenant colonel then and he'll be attending the Army War College I'm sure there's an ethics course or something about telling the truth or there's got to be a class on following the chain of command I would imagine an arm an army work college would have that that's actually an incredible facility if you ever have the chance if you're passing through central PA to take a at least a half day take a tour of the Army War College it's it's a wonderful beautiful of facility and a lot of people volunteer and there's it's just it's really neat there's it well it's actually the Army War College museum to be more specific I keep calling at the Army War College but there's there's two different areas there's where lieutenant colonel vin men will go and try to save his career and then there's where you would enjoy going in one of the coolest parts of the war college really quickly is they had relatives of veterans read the letters of men and women from war over the years and then you can hear those so you could you could hear like a of a person's sign reading the letter he sent to his mom when he was in combat in Vietnam or something like that and then a and then they have reenactors do the civil war stuff in the revolutionary stuff it puts it in an entirely different perspective when you put the little the headphones on and you listen to a sixteen year old writing a letter from the civil war all right eighteen year old writing from Danang so that's just a slice of it you can tell I'm a museum geek I'll admit it I am a history history and museum geek anyway let's grab another phone call on the Rush Limbaugh show the numbers eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two Joe in Detroit welcome to the show Sir when you have to turn the colonel simply whistle blowers and co host number one let's Limbaugh used Michael J. fox the only good Limbaugh one answer to gun metal control thanks for calling jail I really appreciated I'm gonna have to disagree with you because I don't I don't believe that ambassador sign land which was the son was a live legitimate whistleblower and neither was Veneman and neither was your bondage and neither was those professors they brought and they were not whistle blowers nor were they truth tellers they were witnesses for the Democrats there was one whistle blower who turned out to be a fraud and that was the whistle blower that congressman Adam Schiff for brains Adam Schiff said we have a whistle blower and we're gonna bring that whistle blower to the Congress and he's gonna tell the whole truth and what did president trump say bring home I want to hear it then guess what happened we found out what we always found what we always find out this always happens we find out that a steel dossier is actually fraudulently purchase by Hillary's campaign or a whistle blower worked for Joe Biden and raise money for the Democrats and as in all kind of photographs with people that hate trump and turns out that he broke the correct protocol as a whistleblower you don't go to Adam Schiff and say we've I got some dirt on the president I know you hate the president you think you can invite me to a party that is in how whistle blowers role you have to follow the right protocol with the inspector general of that particular department or division he didn't do that this was a set up from the get go that's why everybody keeps crying about it like some of the great political thinkers of our time Brad Pitt will John Bolton John Bolton didn't have a chance all we needed to hear from was a whistle blower if this was a real case if this was legitimate you would just hear the whistle blower envision minute everybody else's I'm gonna say fake testimony what a line but what did we find out after seventeen seventeen witnesses what we find out there was a lot of presumption assumption a lot of contemplating a lot of people concerned a lot of people upset by what they thought they heard but no fax the only guy allegedly who could have given us a fact would have been the whistleblower who it turns out was in in the room was in on the call heard it second party if not third party and hates trump that's why this thing went where it went if you want to see abuse of whistle blowers I would encourage Joe in Detroit I'm sure that's your real name Joe you sound like a pretty genuine guy I would encourage you to research the Obama administration research two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen the whistle blower complaints and the whistle blowers who were shut down you will find out much like the other facts that have leaked out from the Obama administration it was the least transparent administration in history and this is according to the news.

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"marika" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"marika" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In for Marika's anchorman on the EIB network and we're talking about the lieutenant colonel then and he'll be attending the Army War College I'm sure there's an ethics course or something about telling the truth or there's got to be a class on following the chain of command I would imagine an arm an army work college would have that that's actually an incredible facility if you ever have the chance if you're passing through central PA to take a at least a half day take a tour of the Army War College it's it's a wonderful beautiful our facility and a lot of people volunteer and there's it's just it's really neat there's it well it's actually the Army War College museum to be more specific I keep calling at the Army War College but there's there's two different areas there is where lieutenant colonel vin men will go and try to save his career and then there's where you would enjoy going in one of the coolest parts of the war college really quickly is they had relatives of veterans read the letters of men and women from war over the years and then you can hear those so you could you could hear like a of a person's sign reading the letter he sent to his mom when he was in combat in Vietnam or something like that and then a and then they have re enactors do the civil war stop in the revolutionary stuff it puts it in an entirely different perspective when you put the little the headphones on and you listen to a sixteen year old writing a letter from the civil war all right on eighteen year old writing from Danang so that's just a slice of it you can tell I'm a museum geek I'll admit it I am a history history and museum geek anyway let's grab another phone call on the Rush Limbaugh show the numbers eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two Joe in Detroit welcome to the show Sir William bassoon the colonel Clinton future whistle blowers improve colors number one Russ Limbaugh used Michael J. fox it is the only Limbaugh one thanks again little control thanks for calling jail I really appreciated I'm gonna have to disagree with you because I don't I don't believe that ambassador song land what was son was a live legitimate whistle blower and neither was Veneman and neither was your bondage and neither was those professors they brought and they were not whistle blowers nor were they truth tellers they were witnesses for the Democrats there was one whistle blower who turned out to be a fraud and that was the whistle blower that congressman Adam Schiff for brains Adam Schiff said we have a whistle blower and we're gonna bring that whistle blower to the Congress and he's gonna tell the whole truth and what president trump say bring home I want to hear it then guess what happened we found out what we always have what we always find out this always happens we find out that a steel dossier is actually fraudulently purchase by Hillary's campaign or a whistle blower work for Joe Biden and raise money for the Democrats and as in all kind of photographs with people that hate trump and turns out that he broke the correct protocol as a whistleblower you don't go to Adam Schiff and say we've I got some dirt on the president I know you hate the president you think you can invite me to a party that is in how whistle blowers role you have to follow the right protocol with the inspector general of that particular department or division he didn't do that this was a set up from the get go that's why everybody keeps crying about it like some of the great political thinkers of our time Brad Pitt will John Bolton John Bolton didn't have a chance all we needed to hear from was a whistle blower if this was a real case if this was legitimate you would just hear the whistle blower envision minute everybody else's I'm gonna say fake testimony what a line what did we find out after seventeen seventeen witnesses what we find out there was a lot of presumption assumption a lot of contemplating a lot of people concerned a lot of people upset by what they thought they heard but no fax the only guy allegedly who could have given us a fact would have been the whistleblower who it turns out was in in the room was in on the call heard it second party if not third party and hates trump that's why this thing went where it went if you want to see abuse of whistle blowers I would encourage geo in Detroit I'm sure that's your real name Joe you sound like a pretty genuine guy I would encourage you to research the Obama administration research two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen the whistle blower complaints and the whistle blowers who were shut down you will find out much like the other facts that have leaked out from the Obama administration it was the least transparent administration in history and this is according to the news media this is news organizations rated Obama the least transparent not just conservatives and you'll find he was the most subversive and abusive to the whistle blower process so president Obama would talk a wonderful game we're gonna be open we're going to be honest and then he would sealed documents for thirty or forty years I'm Ken Matthews will be right back on the Rush Limbaugh show you're listening to the EIB network.

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"marika" Discussed on Dog Save The People

Dog Save The People

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"marika" Discussed on Dog Save The People

"That's really what drives me today today is I don't want to say that. I live in with a sense of desperation but I certainly live with a sense of urgency to do whatever I can so so some of my goals are ambitious. I have to do what's in front of me and I have to do it. Out of respect for those that did not cross that finish aligned with me and their families because there's a lot of people that get left behind in cancer and cancer isn't related just to the patient cancer affects family. It affects friends. There's nobody that isn't touch disease cancer. And and that's why I do what I do with with a sense of urgency that I do it with our by my side and I have her to cover with the every night and every morning I love and appreciate every single minute. You're such an inspiration. I'd never even heard of the concept of fostering that was completely we knew to me and I just get them thinking about that. And what a scary place that must have been for. Stella tuner sister had been dumped by the side of the road in January in in Indiana so not a nice time to be out there and a local rescue pull both of them and got them into foster homes and I told Brian I I said you know. I'd like to pay that forward. I'd like to foster other dogs so that you know we can give them that same experience and within three weeks we were. Fostering it was just so bonding and having that mutual goal that commonality. That really left me feeling so inspired like what. What else can we do? And so that really started our journey of fostering dogs and just in the last year we re homed about sixty dogs so yeah. I'll we do our own rescue. Where our shelters shelters are so crowded here so we get dog sitter surrendered to us? They get to be offered in our own personal homes and we not only we helping the community. Eighty were hoping the shelter. Were certainly hoping that dog but really helping. The next families is going to adopt this dog because we get to by fostering them inner homes we get to see what their personalities Zarb get to see what their quirks are. We know. They're not potty trained to where they are potty trained and and most importantly as we can use our social media channel to share these animals it's and people are falling in love with him before they've met them. Whatever it is if we're able to help we do? That's incredible. I have two daughters. My eldest daughter came aimed to me one day and she said mom. She goes Stella so cute she goes. Why don't you put her on instagram? And I'd never I didn't have an instagram account. It didn't know anything about it. And I I. I was a little resistant. That didn't get the point of it and then I started posting pictures and then I started trying to connect with other people and so that's kind of how it started as a slowly started building a a community of people which I started really enjoying and it just kind of picked up steam really fast and before you know it we had thousand dollars and eighteen thousand dollars and then I had had an idea to do an adult coloring breath in my story seem pretty boring to me because it's my story But then I thought you know I had a lot of people people that were going. Through similar type situations medical situations medical traumas that really got got peace in value from what I shared shared from being vulnerable with my story before you know it We had a book deal with a Kensington Citadel out of New York and so just one thing at the time you know the chips Kinda fall is okay. Cookie crumbles switch both. I guess and that was sort of that. Initial kickoff incredible salads a brand. That's amazing the book incredible Stella how the love of a pit bull rescued a family and the book follows your story and how pretty much what we've been speaking about your story and meeting eating Stella in the effect that she's had on you and your family that's exactly right. It's been an amazing amazing journey and I've never experienced a love and acceptance. It's from like I have this dog rubbing community and I'm more comfortable now in my in I ever have been. I am so thankful to you for sharing your your store your journey where can we find you instill on social media type. Incredible and bowl is spelled B. U. L. L.. Stella we should pop the name of our website. It's our instagram handle facebook twitter etc Rica. Thank you so much for speaking with us today. All all right thank you. John is the Mike. You have a great day. Thank you you too. Bye Bye Rica's story really brings up the fact that we just never know what's going to happen tomorrow. And I loved hearing the healing story of Stella and Winston came into Marissa's his life. It helped her heal her relationship with her daughter. It helped her heal her own approach to life gave her a renewed sense of what what life is all about. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of dog saved the people a podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This shows a production as is it should be the content studio. It's made with the support of our producer and editor Jack Summer Special. Thanks to our composer neighbor Daniel Lampert for creating the music for the show you can subscribe to dogs. The people on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you get your podcast. If you like the show please review or raining you can also follow us on social media. You can also check out tight rescue fund my foundation at John Bartlett. Ny Dot com enjoy. Walk with your dog and make it a great day for both of you..

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"marika" Discussed on Dog Save The People

Dog Save The People

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"marika" Discussed on Dog Save The People

"She made it through afterwards. She was still struggling but found her joy purpose again after her dog Stella came into her life now. She's made it her mission to give a second chance to other dogs through her own organization. Maria thank you so much for joining us today on dog. Save the people where we speaking to you from. I am coming to you from Sunny Scottsdale Arizona beautiful one of my favorite spots on earth and is that where you're from originally. Finally no originally I was born in England and my family immigrated here when I was about six or seven and we've moved around the country but most recently we moved to Phoenix Scottsdale Arizona from Fort Wayne Indiana. Okay with a nice move. That's great similar Rica. You have such an amazing story and I am so thrilled to be speaking. I'm with you today there's so many different facets of your story and we have a lot to cover but I wanted to begin by talking about your journey into your health and where that brought you and how that kind of has influenced the rest of your life. If you don't mind kind of walking US through that please I. I got the call that nobody wants with Dr saying the words. I'm really sorry but you have cancer. Pre Shell shocked at that point on I would I was told that they know the growth rate so they can extrapolate how long you've actually had cancer and at that point. They were telling me that I'd had cancer for six to eight years. I and so I was Until I was staged three Might lymph nodes were fully involved and it really really you know Our World came screeching to a halt. We were entrepreneurs have been an entrepreneur since I was nineteen. I was in the middle of buying a restaurant literally like on the final day of negotiations negotiations. When we got the call that I had cancer And so it really. You know getting a diagnosis like that is sort of like your cut. From the herd. Everyday life is no longer relevant to you. And you're sort of living life as outsider looking down from a second story window is. Everybody runs along with their day in their errands in grabbing their starbucks in getting to work and all of a sudden like none of it matters to you anymore. It's irrelevant and it's really really bizarre. Feeling yes they said. Okay well if we do surgery. Chemotherapy radiation therapy in hormone therapy were predicting the computers. Predicting that will give you a sixty one percent chance to be alive ears and I again. I was just kind of looking at them. Like why like sixty one. That's like flipping coin. Almost you know it was the most difficult decision of my life to decide not to do chemotherapy. I had tried some other alternate approaches approaches and my mom called and said why. Don't you take a look at this clinic in Scottsdale and and that's what ultimately ended me up here and so here you are and It it obviously obviously has has brought you into a more healthy place into a place of no disease yes for the most part art. I mean I'm still wired. That way still always a work in progress for me. I'M NOT GONNA I'm immune to anxiety. Fear Depression I mean. I'm I'm just not that it's I just see like very differently now. Oh that's beautiful. I love that approach now as somebody who has been through this incredible journey Ernie and learning about and healing yourself in in many many ways. I believe then you found yourself kind of in a place where you you weren't really sure what to do next and this is where the love of dogs I believe comes into your story. I was going to get a bike. I win over these people's the house. They opened up their sliding glass window. A little dog named Sweetie Pie ran and I got down on my knees. It puts little arms around my waist and just this held its head still on my chest and this time I had this like wash of warm positive loving energy that really just took my breath away away and I was stunned at hadn't felt this way in so long because at that point I've been dealing with this cancer diagnosed for several years and I just couldn't stop thinking thinking about a dog but I had a problem and that was my husband who in in so many ways has been my guardian angels around all of this. He had one more quest when we got married. And that's that we wouldn't have a dog so I feel led by the universe to get a dog. I don't want to undermine my relationship with my husband by doing doing so and I'm sort of in the psych juxtaposition of of trying to figure out what I'm supposed to do I was away from home for seven eight months. It was a long period of time. The youngest daughter was in high school and she was dealing with all the usual teenage angst in addition to in high school in all the other stuff. I didn't realize the depth of how lost she was until I was actually going through radio station out here in Scottsdale. I got a call. One Sunday morning that she had left a suicide note and nobody knew where she was and thankfully I didn't lose my daughter We made a promise that day that if she would hold on on for one more day I would too and soon I will be back home and we'd be under the same roof again but things were strained. We couldn't white reconnect and I got to go back to Fort Wayne in Indiana and I'm always showing you know. Katie and Brian pitchers dog that dog and one night. I think you just getting a little bit annoyed with me. And he said he goes for the love of God. Please just go fill out. An application. Didn't really fast printed in the other room fill up my application and stands out. I got approved and that That following Saturday was the adoption events. An an amazing thing happened. It was Friday night and Katie. She comes up to me and she says mom. Do you mind if I go with you tomorrow. We went to the adoption event and then Stella came walking in the door and we quickly adopt US della but the magical thing is the same day we brought still at home which was February thirteenth. Two Thousand Sixteen Katie. Eh instantly fell back in love with each other as we were falling in love with Stella we all of a sudden had this mutual bond and mutual love for this creature and and Stella gave me my daughter back and nothing nothing can be more powerful than that well. I just got chills from that. That is Sir mazing. Yeah it's been an amazing journey and really from that point forward. We realize that Stella became a conduit for human human activity as I think. Many dogs are and She got me out of my isolation depression. I was all of a sudden taking her places and talking to people because they weren't really talking to me. I wasn't really talking to them. But somehow we were mutually connecting through this dog. And she's a pit bull ex primarily a highest percentage American old dog and then Staffordshire terrier and then she's twelve percent twelve percent Saint Bernard so the she's basically a Mutt. But that's just that's just perfect. That's great that's great. What she's just beautiful the photographs that I've seen her her? Tell me a little bit about Stellawood. Her personality like well. She's a hunch is a camera hand the start with just a beautiful beautiful girl She's she's my best Buddy she is plateful she just. I'd just has this. Like why look in her eyes where she just understand What's going on? And she is just such a gift me will. That's I mean that's how we all become with our with our pets is. They're our our so our soul. Mates are Harry Soul mates and they. I believe really understand so much more than we give them. Credit for and the rebel the help was. He'll they know when we're not feeling well and they really rise the occasion there such a there. Such a bond that we have with our with our Pets you mentioned that you basically had forgotten how to live and Stella taught you how to live again. Can you kind of go back to that. I think that's such a beautiful beautiful and very important message. I really thought that I was going to die. I wasn't expecting to survive the so when I did I. They went back home. I was trying to figure out what normal life was at an Iliad was Stella. That sort of gave me a new focus and really showed me division on on what I was supposed to do. And how we could both move forward together out in life and and really impactful and and.

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First day of U.S.-China trade talks ends; Trump's tariff hike set to take effect

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

07:22 min | 2 years ago

First day of U.S.-China trade talks ends; Trump's tariff hike set to take effect

"Day of the U S China trade talks came to an end. And guess what the tariff hike is still said to take effect. So what happen one of the many things we're going to talk about besides the subpoena of Don Trump junior, and what's going to happen there, Kate Delaney as we take you through yet another wild adventure. Who better to do it within the former congressman from Ohio from talk media news, and that would be Bob ney? Hey, bob. Hi, kate. How are you? Sometimes I feel like you. And I are on a log flu bride did you ever ride on any of those? Right. Right. We are. Yeah. It never ends. It's a loop a loop. That's what I mean. You got it. We're stuck in a loop. And we keep getting wet. So we've got these these Chinese trade talk negotiators who they do a couple of days of talks, and they're trying to rescue this trade deal. But it's his collapsing. Something awful. What does it mean to the American people because I say that this show is about how it affects you and me and everybody in in their backyards. What does this mean now that this tariff is going to soar and jump into effect because it's going to really I think ERC the Chinese, and I think goods are going to go up. Right kate. And that's what I like about your shows how the average American is affected. That's your topics and and this one is going to affect them. But I must say in the long term it hopefully will affect them in a positive way. What I mean by that is you know, we gave them most favored nation status temporary twice. And then you had the Gingrich Clinton permanent trade deal. Once that was done that was the end of a China got what it wanted and from then on out it just continued to manipulate us. It continued to drive businesses out then take over that product. And Jack the prices up eventually, which is what they did. And you had, you know, President Bush, you have President Obama, you know, Obama and Romney running against each other. It was who can be tougher on China. And then they all get elected, and they're not tough on China 'cause it's painful to be tough on China. If you wanna win in the end long comes Donald. Trump. It means what he says on this. When Trump has been relentless the only thing that tries government. Kate understand is aggression that anything they understand. If they think you're weak. So the bottom line is. Yes, some prices are going up soybean farmers or having a rough time, but the presence trying to get the end game the long run. So it's either, you know, step forward now and stop this get some pain while we do it some of the average marika's are gonna pay more prices. But if he doesn't do this is just going to continue to go up. So I think it's something that he may win on. And then then we will see prices drop in and more jobs created so yes, some pain, but in long in the long term for the working people some gain if he can put at least some breaks on this madness of what's been going on for fifteen to twenty years here in America. So no gain without pain. I love it. That's the tweet of oh moment for you for sure. And here's something else, you know, going in a different direction as we talk about foreign countries in our relationships and being held. Hostage or the president's stance. He he's certainly saw this that for the first time, the president has acknowledged that he asked members of his administration to examine whether they could prosecute the former secretary of state someone who you know. Well, I believe John Kerry what's going on with that. Because it's they're talking about that saying that he met illegally with Irani and officials. Well, you know on this one everybody that sink congress and travels we had we had a couple of members at one time Kate that went to North Korea. We had some well members used to go to Cuba all the time. And everybody said they're violating the low connect. That's what they always say. They're by letting Logan act and about Iran's government and carry had this friendship with Jimmy the reef for Mr. I think a curious to watch the former secretary of state to be public out there about certain things that you know, undermines the president. But spars anything illegal. I I don't think there. To be able to do that. With Kerry what he's done is not lobbying in a sense. But it's you know, his opinion is a former secretary of state. So I don't think it's going to be any legal action on Kerry. But obviously ministration doesn't like it 'cause carries high profile, and you know, his communication with Iran whatsoever. By the Trump administration is viewed as something they don't want to happen by I just see anything happening illegally to carry speaking with Bob ney, again, the former congressman from Ohio with talk media new, and we get the opportunity to speak with five usually a couple times a week. So here's a something that we've talked about a bunch North Korea. And what's happening there in the bully wars? They now we've seized one of their largest carpet. Does. Apparently, there was a scheme to bring in tons of coal, which would violate international sanctions. So what's up with this? This carrier was a big one. Plus, it's funny. The name of the carrier wise, honest, right and it had cold and they brought munitions before. But on this one, you know, North Korea. Fires a couple of missiles, and then we grabbed that ship. I have a suspicion. I talked some friends on Capitol Hill today, and they agree. There's a suspicion out there that we were talking with North Korea. Probably some of these ships went by we didn't do much about it. We were in communication with them. They fired some missiles we saw the ship, and we grabbed it sort of a message back to North Korea. You wanna do this far missiles, you don't wanna talk fine. We'll start to grab your ships versus no turning our our is away from some of them. And so that's we did under the sanctions, we we stopped it. But again, this is really not. Rating. I I was so hopeful it's so we're so many people up on the hill that watched North Korea in America over the years show to meetings by President Kim Jong etc. Etc. But right now, it seems like the talks are going south in a hurry. And so we'll have to see in the next couple of months. Can they communicate do they want to or is it is it done? I love it. All right. And on the lighter side. So which is better Madam secretary or veep? Madam secretary or beep. Yeah. Venom secretaries on CBS. I bet you haven't seen it veep is on HBO. I'm sorry. I haven't seen either one. Not five not Lor secretary, Anna veep. All right. So there you go who's your favorite veep of all time? Oh, wow. Gee, I mean, everybody made fun of him. But Mike, you know, I like Joe Biden serve with him. So there's are energy. There's I'm gonna pick one from both of them. How's that? I

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 A look at the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 2 years ago

A look at the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan

"Greene. Muslims around the world began to observe the holy month of Ramadan. Last night. Every year worshippers Martha month with day-long fasting prayer and acts of charity this year. Ramadan comes less than two months after a gunman killed fifty one people into Musk's in Christchurch New Zealand and also after other attacks on houses of worship here in the US and elsewhere joining us in our studio is the writer and playwright a Lee, welcome. And I guess what what is the proper greeting for Ramadan. You could say room of Mubarak who gets on Kareem you could say happy with on. And he could also be like stay away from me because I can smell on breath. And ramadan. I just want to reflect a little bit. Because I you know, we spoke to you last. I think right after the attack in New Zealand, you were talking about the vulnerability that Muslims felt and also worshipers of all religions, so I mean is this Ramadan feel different? You know, it's the first time ever. This was last week where I've been born raised in this country thirty years old to wear a brief thought when my head and said, well, we'd be safe in our mosques during this. This was after the lettuce latest tragic shooting in the San Diego synagogue, six months after the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh and just like you said two months after the terrorist attack in New Zealand. And so the fact that that thought even creeps up in your head as an American citizen living in America for the first time in your life to shows, you the sobering reality of the times that we live in with the rampant rise of white nationalism and hate against religious minorities. Ethnic communities, and the fact that we can't feel safe in our houses of worship. But that being said, there's a resilience and hope in an optimum among these religious communities and most Muslims still feel optimistic about Ramadan. And the fact that you know, these terms like fudge, which is the morning prayer or Siri. What is the meal that we just ate like an hour and a half goes now trending next associ-, and Danny the mother of dragons in America. So it's like holding onto all the traditions that you're familiar with to deal with kind of these fears that that are that are new and very serious, and that is a way of responding to tragedy and crisis also being resilient and moving forward and loving your family loving or community and fasting, and, you know, opening your fast at you know, I hop if you have to. I hob sometimes sometimes you need to do an emergency pancake dinner or sometimes in the morning, your your crunch. And so you go to hop. But also one thing I want to mention how America's becoming more inclusive. There's something called dine after dark dot org. Where local restaurants here in Virginia or actually staying up late or getting up early in the morning to accommodate many, Muslim Americans, and it's good for business. And it just this is something I didn't have growing up, David. And it shows you despite the tragedy and the cows and twenty nine hundred America majority of people are actually wellbeing Muslims and saying, hey, this is part and parcel of the American fabric. And we'll stay up a little bit late and make some extra money to feed hungry or some hanging Muslims a while. So I mean, I happened at nothing wrong with. It was a sign that that was the one of the only options. And now that's changing you think it's a good sign. It's not just I have a Middle Eastern restaurants. Got restaurants got South Asian restaurants. And like always said diversity is good for America because it makes Marika tastier writer and playwright was a hot Ali. Thanks so much for being here is always happy. Ramadan.

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"marika" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"marika" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"World. Yes. Marika's coming back. Like, we used to being your chick fil straight. Joel moving away to forty. Cook tank. Make America straight again. There you go. I have you know, it's just an old timey word for lake on the straight and narrow do straight. You know, my grandfather, you no, I know. But it is funny. Make America straight again. It's funny. We're going to do things ethical. I'm like because the Trump administration cooperated everything with Muller everything they put out there. No, no, executive privilege, nothing. Right. And doesn't the message? He just kind of shared fly in the face of the whole America's already great the Democrats keep preaching. It's like, you know, try these President Trump's like we gotta make America. Great again. We get plenty of this America's already great, stop it. And here's Joe Biden saying we do have to make America. Great again. He's he's a gaffe machine. And that's going to be one of the best parts of this whole camp. But he gets a free pass for it. And it's adorable, and he gets a free passport. And it's okay. It's alright. Trump's a moron. Obama just made a mistake. And uncle Joe's Doraville, yet don't know about like how you measure it or whatever I just mean in how amusing we'll be. Yes. Oh, yeah. For entertainment value. It'll be great. I love this. This reporter asked to a very simple question. You think he would have an answer for after the third attempt at the presidency. Clearly, a need this President Trump. We're going to have to get through the democratic primary. I why are you the best choice for us? But that'll be for the Democrats decided..

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"marika" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"marika" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is amazing everyone he walks onto legs eventually folks in town. Give him the name pedals pedals. From the word bipedal. He hit like good wing Marika body today walking tall. And like all the national news black bear walking on suboxone leg. Judge Judy in many human completely upright like a human. Everybody's just kind of like, oh my gosh. Like what a fun adorable animal doing something that looks like a human. So fine. Well, sort of everyone. Which is where we get to Lisa. Deck. So basically we heard about Lisa. She was like a big player in this whole like love affair with pedals. So we go inside we sit down under dining room table. Okay. When did you first learn the bear? I don't remember the exact date, and I even have a hard time with years. But I think it was in twenty fourteen that she was on Facebook. I saw a post about this bear. And he was in a video walking by. And I was like oh my God. This is so sad. Like you. You didn't think it was like funnier. Now, I thought it was sad. Why does the video makers sad? Well, so Lisa. Actually works in animal rescue, and she explained that rather than being like just like for her when she watched the video what she saw was a bear. That was injured. Yeah. So the thing is that if you look at some screen shots of pedals close up you'll see he really had no hands. One was like amputated was like a stab. It was like pretty much missing. And the other one was just broken mangled. And Lisa said, that's why he walked on his hind legs. I mean, I'm sure he ate whatever berries, or whatever he could get leases that it was probably because he couldn't use his paws is why he was walking around these neighborhoods because he was starving and he couldn't beat himself. So her I thought.

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The USMCA keeps Canada in America's thrall

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:40 min | 3 years ago

The USMCA keeps Canada in America's thrall

"Do not call it NAFTA two point. Oh, or the marika's trade deal has a new name. The name US MCA does not have the same flow NAFTA. We've been making quite a meal of that tonight, but Canada's liberal government says that the deal itself, the new US Mexico Canada agreement is an improvement to the old document. The conservative party of Canada is not so sure. Today leader, Andrew Scheer, said, Canada, quote, failed to achieve progress on key issues while giving ground to the u. s. Peter MacKay used to be Mr.. Cheers colleague, his former cabinet minister in prime minister, Stephen Harper's government. We reach Mr. MacKay in Toronto. This McKay Canada's liberal government is calling this trade deal, a victory for all Canadians. Is that a fair assessment in your I? I don't think so. It falls short of what we had, but it's. Certainly brings back census some stability and certainty in perhaps we can now move to other important economic matters around direct foreign investment and Canadian capital and taxes. But as far as this being a win, it's clearly a win for Donald Trump and the Americans just the just before we get to some some criticisms of what's in this and I wanna go through those with you. Is there something you can point to what is the largest chievements that day that the Canada has come out of these negotiations with well, and I don't wanna be completely negative. I was like everybody else. It's Team, Canada, we, we needed a win here. So to answer your question, chapter nineteen, the prime minister has pointed out was preserved. It remains intact. Chapter, eleven, the investor state dispute resolution mechanism. I understand will be phased out, but we're not in a place we were as when the process began. Let's be clear Lisa. What happened with President Trump when he decided this to well, just turn over all the tables and chairs in the room and say, were all this is up for grabs is nothing. We can't you. Nothing is predictable here. We want to toss out this NAFTA deal. This is over scrapped and you come back to me was something I may or may not consider it was it was hard ball, right? So what we can point to is that we survived it is that is that the best we can say that we actually came out with not as many cuts and bruises. We might have survival. Carol is a good way to describe it. The bombast and the personal acrimony animosity was there for all the see the threat of tariffs on autos was a very looming, very serious one. And there was reason to believe it. We still have the tariffs on steel and aluminum place, which is another related issue as we come to a close of the NAFTA discussion, but look even calling it the US. Mexico Canada agreement is devoid of the word free and trade which is notable. But the politics of this are such that the president can go back to Wisconsin dairy farmers and others and say, we won. We we Rabl to get concessions from both Canada and Mexico, and we're in a better place today as a result of my President Trump stewardship of this process. Arguably the Mexican gave up more than we did, but nobody is talking about what the Americans gave up, which was quite frankly, nothing other than giving up on other demands such as a sunset clause. There are some things we complain too. There is now a seventy five percent of North American auto content must come from the NAFTA region and that's up from about sixty two percent forty, five percent of the content must be made by workers earning at least US sixteen dollars per hour. I mean, these were these are beneficial. Canada, these concessions, right? Yes, they are. And that is part of the the whole modernisation one would say and bringing about greater sense of equity. It helps Mexico to Mexican workers. So to to the extent that the auto sector remains whole and perhaps enhanced, that's a good thing, but calling it a win or suggesting that was a good day for Canada. Does preclude what the dairy sector might have to say about this? What retailers might think about the personal exemption or the minimus piece intellectual property, some of the other more granular, but for those sectors, important considerations that are found in the detail of this agreement.

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Aretha Franklin, Jack Osbourne and Trump discussed on Tom Leykis

Tom Leykis

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Aretha Franklin, Jack Osbourne and Trump discussed on Tom Leykis

"This sounds. Like a joke but health officials in, a Colombian city coastal, city have recommended that people stop having sex to stay cool during what they're experiencing down. There is a very intense heat wave right the the, city, of Santa Marta is saying listen we need to. Calm down because we already got the heat wave we can't. Be having sex like crazy because it's just gonna? Make, things worse, so they are, asking, Colombian. Women in Colombian guys to. Pump the Brakes on the sex thing and I wanna take this. Time to wish them the best get, it? I mean the there's a lot of crazy, sex, going on right now Colombian all parts you know good luck trying. To stop the shore

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"marika" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"marika" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

"What's going on in the fact that he's not acknowledging it or hasn't or whatever his reason is is probably best to he just not you know you know his brand his private life he can he could choose to fucking support it i'm not saying that's okay i'm just saying based on what i'm seeing just so we clear like is politics policy he can't he can't outwardly can't publicly expectation is like he's many palestinian popular celebrities that we know right he's he's ascended past palestinian shopped amasi it makes sense that is not usually mentioned he's from here like a point of contention right now which is sad because like like you have to tiptoe whether you like it or not and it's not a knock against him whatsoever no this is the race premacy it just permeates everything is there a is there a currency with a black face brown face on that you would rather have in your hand then some currency with the wife as on it all my coaches to have white visas on why because you can buy more shit with people certainly recognize it who is this fucking was this got much goes back to how the most horrible things will marika's was eliminating the foreign and making the minimum peso on par with the us dollar a real fucking bad thing because can you imagine this thing is so our money and not supposed to be worth what ios dollar for this coq the same thing i paid for this coq miami.

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"marika" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"marika" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's rock salt yeah they literally win the cements wet they just roll it into the samoan and then when it dries just hose it out the rock salt this comes out and he get those weird holes choice kid rock salt do it can ruin your shoes like everybody minneapolis has like a pair of shoes there's put these on because it's snowy choose to get eaten alive that's the thing you taste right after you hear the phrase go on what is the spice your experience after hearing a guy on get tons of rocks it's maybe accent pumping the shotgun and they go on you had me go on with the pump of the shot get off your property we're just your gilding the lily with get shoot that thing that porch is going to collapse and kill a bunch of watch out the by the way scribe brothers oh scars and stripes available now on audible ranting jason tour the us and find out what makes marika america's cities unique i just got back from where lanta and went to a waffle house for the first time in my life in the midst of all the shooting and stuff i figure what are the chances got out of their system and i just went in there and i had no idea what goes on and waffle house it's interesting nothing good first off to petri dish for all the sort of lead us ask wipes i have to live with on this coast or the other coast do that thing where it's like hey these are jobs americans won't take oh go to waffle house middle met many middle aged white woman doing jobs.

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"marika" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"marika" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

"When i was banging nails and i was was a maintenance guy apartment complex not those interesting in the main i've always worked myself i think i've got issues that have sort of forced that on it's the only way it works for me and my life and it forces you to learn all this crab the hard way but at least at when you're young i mean it's like i've had to learn how to do my own tax withholding because i've always run the business i've had to learn how to do my own investments because i never had a pension or p r s or an ira that's offered by employers like this sort of have to figure that crap out on your own and then you get fifteen twenty years in it's like all right now a pretty common makes sense the thing that's important to note here is that entrepreneurs excuse me people that want to start their own business or hang their shingle and do what they do that's that's what makes marika really unique because you had the ability to do that in this country pretty pretty easily the problem is is that it's pretty complex thing that you have to know to actually do it so everybody's got these great ideas but they don't put a line item in their little budget that says hey i need pay for attorney fees it'd make sure i'm doing things legally right and they don't put a line item in there for their cpa for business entity selection how do i run a business how to do for taxes they don't have a budgetary line on him for that and that is important if you don't have that line item you are literally setting yourself up for failure i mean we we use this analogy all the time i came up with any of that commercials you pay me now or pay me later what was that like.

marika attorney fifteen twenty years
"marika" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"marika" Discussed on We The People

"And now for brief break the national constitution center is offering continuing legal education credits for select marika's townhall programs credit is available for both in person events and on demand courses visit constitution center dot org slash cle for more information will we can call it a pragmatic approach because that's what it is and you've just described the sorelle case involving drug prices and pharmaceuticals and you describe your position and you were in the descent and your colleagues in the majority wanted a more categorical approach and said that commercial speech was protected you are concerned that a more categorical approach for commercial speech might lead to the court striking down all sorts of other economic regulations down the line tell us about this not ecconomic i sorelle is an interesting case because what it was was the following the state of vermont thought that drug companies who will go to pharmacists and find out from the pharmacist what drugs are being described prescription drugs by different doctors in the state then we'll know how to send their salesman to these doctors knowing that the doctor is using prescrip drug number x and they say oh wouldn't you like to try why you see which is ours and it's patented and they thought that that was a cause for raising prices well not true the way i've been brought up in the law i would think it's a good reason nothing wrong with that and does it hurt speech very little it hurts the pharmacists.

marika vermont salesman
"marika" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"marika" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Yes so grads patrick your marika's sweetheart this interview with rachel nichols before redo that burrow burrow has reinvented the luxury couch from style to shipping functionality to adaptability burrows put the time in thought into furniture buying so you don't have to customize your borough sofa to fit your personality by selecting the color size and armrest height it's perfect for you it's engineered to be super comfortable borough assembles and disassembled in just minutes with no tools required so when it comes to move broke gives you one less thing to worry about it's affordable luxury it's the same quality expect from high end retailers without breaking the bank couches your expensive people don't realize that couch really expensive and are also the most important thing that you own because you spend the most time on it perot is adaptable so if you're space changes their modular design allows it to move and grow with you with stain resistant fabric that can take on your pets clause in a built in usb charging holy fuck they put in a usb charger in the couch that's the smartest thing i've ever heard because how often do you sit there and i wish i could charge my phone borough has durability and functionality keep up with your hectic life enjoy thirty days of cozy on your borough riskfree trial borough at one of their showroom today for seventy five dollars off your order visit borough dot com slash pmt that's b u r r o w dot com slash pmt for seventy five dollars off your purchase borough makes a luxury couch for real life all right this next ad they said had fun with it so i don't know what that means what is.

marika rachel nichols seventy five dollars thirty days
"marika" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"marika" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Yes so grads patrick your marika's sweetheart this interview with rachel nichols before redo that burrow burrow has reinvented the luxury couch from style to shipping functionality to adaptability burrows put the time in thought into furniture buying so you don't have to customize your borough sofa to fit your personality by selecting the color size and armrest height it's perfect for you it's engineered to be super comfortable borough assembles and disassembled in just minutes with no tools required so when it comes to move broke gives you one less thing to worry about it's affordable luxury it's the same quality expect from high end retailers without breaking the bank couches your expensive people don't realize that couch really expensive and are also the most important thing that you own because you spend the most time on it perot is adaptable so if you're space changes their modular design allows it to move and grow with you with stain resistant fabric that can take on your pets clause in a built in usb charging holy fuck they put in a usb charger in the couch that's the smartest thing i've ever heard because how often do you sit there and i wish i could charge my phone borough has durability and functionality keep up with your hectic life enjoy thirty days of cozy on your borough riskfree trial borough at one of their showroom today for seventy five dollars off your order visit borough dot com slash pmt that's b u r r o w dot com slash pmt for seventy five dollars off your purchase borough makes a luxury couch for real life all right this next ad they said had fun with it so i don't know what that means what is.

marika rachel nichols seventy five dollars thirty days