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"anita job" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"anita job" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"Every lead is GonNa have to decide on their own at what's worth it, and what's what's it worth going through with each person but I Promise you. The wrong thing to do is to keep trying to shove that square peg into the round hole trying to get people to do things that don't align with their values because at your age, you don't know what they are or be. You know what they are and you know they don't align because you're you're just going to get poor work I. think it's a great poise. Let me ask you this question then so If you're considering an organization that maybe you want to work for your through the interview process and again I think we're gonNA. See A lot of that. I. Think WE'RE GONNA. See a lot of people that are going to shift company shift organizations potentially shift industry careers. Out of this whole pandemic. So if I'm going through that interview process what am I asking or what am I looking for or what am I trying to see that may give me a better sense of will I align with the values of the organization outside of here's what we print like as I'm talking to people and considering the culture of the environment. What should I be asking are looking for? That would help me make that decision. First of all, I've always believed that this is this is much easier. Said than done because I think a lot of people when they're searching for. A job it's out of necessity they're searching for a job because they don't want to be where they are or they don't have one, and so it's always best to go through a job search process from a standpoint of if it doesn't work out I'm happy where I am that that'd be great because then because the best way to figure out whether or not your values align with the organization is to go into the interview process not needing the job, and then you're more likely to be yourself because if you're just being yourself and you can feel free to talk about your values and what's Important to you in the interview process, the organization will select you out if they don't think you aligned with their values. So that's a great limb litmus tests. But right now again, unfortunately, if you're unemployed Anita job or if you can't stand your job and need to go somewhere, I think a lot of people have a very difficult time being themselves in those interview processes they're going to try to, you know put on the dog and pony show and put their best foot forward and say what they think the person wants them to hear. So if you're in that situation, the questions that you. Ask you're going to become very important to questions like why do you like working here? Tell me what you like about working here and see what they how they answer the question. If they answer it based on the work that they're doing that's a different answer. Then the answer at based on how they can bring the best selves to work how had the great work life balance, how what they WANNA do and the values of themselves aligned with you're gonNA say they're speaking like that then chances are you're making at least a safer bet cool with that.

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"anita job" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

07:19 min | 7 months ago

"anita job" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"You I guess I could say I mean. So obviously, she's been writing these books for more than twenty five years. This is the twenty seventh novel in the Series Laurel K Hamilton is a bestselling writer, New York Times Bestseller. People all over the world. Love Love love these books and have for very long time I. See a lot of myself in the character of Anita lot of ways were super. But in a lot of ways were really the same I've always appreciated that she was an assertive strong female that spoke her mind that she was very capable as the books have gone. On in the series of gone on, she's opened up a lot and she's more vulnerable and she's embraced her insecurity. She's embracing her mental health really really incredible stuff. She's found love as she's found love with multiple people. Her character is poly-amorous, which is really cool. You don't get to see that a lot I. it's not common books to see that that viewpoint no and. She is in love with people who are not. You know fully human there where people like him thrope. Big. Word. I cannot say empires were wills. On all that stuff and I. I'm not poly-amorous Scott's poly-amorous. We don't know enough to say that like Oh this is just the most wonderful representation of polly emery but I like the way it is depicted in these books. It makes me feel a lot of love for these characters and I want them to be happy and be happy with each other and I think that's what really matters at the end of the day. Right? I agree yeah, I. Think you know coming into this fresh I knew some stuff about the series. Because of you and then going into this book, I did spend a little bit of time on Wikipedia kind of catch up on exactly who these characters were. Yeah. But not a lot of time on that and I I have to say wikipedia doesn't do her relationships justice when you read the Quick Synopsis, Synopsis Sees No any wicky you find out there. It's like it'll be good to Kinda like give you a crash course. Yes. Yeah. But you know wikipedia makes it sound kind of Harem Ish. And there is a bit of a fun level of Hamish of Harem this this in it, but it's not it's not the the complete harem fantasy that the wick the wikipedia kind of makes it sound like it actually is very sweet and the characters are very honest and open and trust each other and I think that that's really really powerful to see and it's it's it's nice. Yes. Very very cool and as the series has gone on. Anita has you know collected all these people and characters in her life and enemies, and she's developed other sorts of powers as time has gone on one it's really really interesting is called the door which is kind of hard to describe. But for the most part have been found only in vampires until Anita kind of developed, it caught it I don't know what exactly to say but it's A sexual power that allows her to feed from other supernatural creatures and humans, and of course, that's going to make her relationships and the you know kind of sexual erotic scenes way more interesting frankly. And supernatural I'm not a huge romance reader as you guys have probably noticed even when like I mean it's not really one of our Jonah's that we focus on here John Junkies and so I'm Kinda like picky about my romance that I like but I like the way Laurel K and her characters handled their romance. It's it's fun Romp Times. But make no mistake a lot of the books including Sucker Punch really really focus on the mystery, the fantasy, the horror, the creepy nece at May I just say to these books have gotten even funnier time have gone on I just I. Love How much of her sense of humor she's putting into these books fantastic. Yeah. So Anita job is a martial she's a she's a supernatural Marshall. Now I don't know if I even said that there's so much to recap. Well, let me say this because I am not as privy to all of the changes that have happened but this book does a really good job of catching you up without it being a whole bunch of exposition. You know she talks about her her history is being originally one of the vampire hunters and being one of the four horsemen and how things have changed, and now she's her job is I guess quote unquote a little bit more legitimate. Yeah. It's a little bit more of like a like a really A. Government arm, but it's you know I. Think I. Want to say this because I have read none of the other books if you're interested in this at all by all means, you can start at number one, but don't be afraid to go ahead and jump in at at Sucker Punch I, think that this book stands R- up really well on its own and like how rare is that in a series this in depth there's like sway shorter series where you can't do that. So it's actually really inclusive and cool that she writes her book that way and we talk about it in the interview we do. So I WANNA, talk about my experience with this with the book. This was an absolute page Turner from me Injury Really Long Book. Like it's almost six hundred pages in its hardcover edition, which for me is is an epic novel. While at first looking at it I was I was. Ethical intimidated blew I blew through this book guys it is such a fun fast paced read and it's that kind of fast paced where you know when you're reading a book and you just you're you're just devouring it ends and you're like I want I want like two hundred more pages of this. This gives it to you and it doesn't really ever let up and I really I was really impressed and surprised by that. I think. That is so cool to hear. You say that for me, this was absolutely a page turner solid solid page Turner, and I was super happy with it. It's wonderful to get to see old friends, which is what it's like when you have been with the series for so long is these are old friends of yours and my favorite character in the Book Edward He's Imas Book. So that was like, yes, I was super stoked to see him. Yes. She does a great job of giving you a lot of back story but like what's relevant like is there are lots of characters and lots of moving pieces in the series. So it's like okay and another book that has more these folks in it should give you a little bit more.

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"anita job" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"anita job" Discussed on No Agenda

"Now I read I request you do this because I think when you do. Access accents are so complete like that they do need to be exercised. And you have not done that one for months. Thank you and So what does he need the beer. Embitter Bolan I shall put at the roundtable then. What else do we have to do that? I'm sure there was other stuff but needed to be done. No Onward on analyst Colin Coleen. I'm sorry Colleen Garrett in cary North Carolina Fifty Dollars Matthew Chang Fifty Dollars Outta Wass uh who awas Lebeau level liable liable in Newark Delaware Davis in West Lafayette Indiana fifty dollars and Mitchell Kaufman in Hillsboro Oregon also fifty bucks along with. Hey Sue Ellen. In Austin in Texas Julianne Robinson APP does California and will west in Peoria Arizona. More Colin Villanueva A- another villain. A wave is not the same one in Blue Springs Maryland. Joe winky in Santa Rosa Joe. Yeah Joe Joe Chamba Chamba Joe dzhambul Joe Our guy and he concludes our group of producers for show twelve eleven. We hope to get another big group in unfort- twelve twelve twelve twelve the next one. That's kind of famous. Couple of numbers are twelve golf twelve so we'll look forward to Promoting that kind of look at the We messed up here. So one is David Russell. He was miffed that he made a donation and then somehow he's missed missed on the birthday list so he's on the birthday for today and it was her blam coup. Is Herb Lamb and role of Georgia. Yes and here's what he said he was hoping for some Cancer Karma which had put in the pay pal note. Perhaps by the way I found something discovered something if you donate to the show on on a mobile device pay pal. Interestingly has the note at the top of the page I think that's what confuses a lot of people. Because you know you kind of work from the top down here. I am sending the money to this. Here's the amount and they expect it to be a note but it's not you have to scroll roll back up. It's the stupidest thing I've ever seen. Yes and surprised. Nobody's complained about that. Publicly was making a donation for some software. I've been using using like what could I want to put a note like. Hey you okay. You've discovered it. Yeah so her. I'm going to give her the WHO was it for though Monday my uncle who is much who was not much older than I am has staged for cancer in his lungs and brain. We are still waiting on a final prognosis. It's not good if they get. The Karma couldn't hurt of course in here comes out. You've Scott Karma and apologies sir apologies for that but thank you to everybody who supported the show today. these these people Over fifty dollars and of course reminiscent again about the great list of associate executive producers and executive producers. It all makes a big difference in particular Giller when you look at people coming under fifty. These are the ongoing sustaining program. So you can join There's always a couple of people at forty nine ninety nine who just want to make sure they are anonymous. Could we don't read anything over fifty dollars but then you see the thirty three thirty. Three's under We have the twenty seventeen twenty two twenty point seventeen twenty point eighteen twenty point nineteen all started probably January of that year so fantastic see those still going and twelve twelve. There's another not that many twelve twelve. We could probably do a short term thing we tried but all of that is just so appreciated And it's the way the value for volume system works. It's still working for us and It's working for you because after all you are the ones creating the show it is your podcast and and we all know by now. It is the best podcast in the universe. An emergency Karma requests from serve Fudge Fountain Barron of Ann Arbor Michigan. Kibo Wait Tango India Yankee seventy-three Some K. Five ACC. I don't like to whip out my peerage and wagonlit around too often. It's so long but gotta make as an exception and petition for Health Karma for my mom. She there's talk of a potential blood clot in the lung leading to her recent difficulty breathing. We find that pretty worrying. If did you get a chance to swing your beam towards Florida and direct a few watts of Carmen that direction my family and I would be what the hell was that that we have to throw a goat into fix it. You've got our mind And anyone who wants to participate in this great value for value network. All you have to do is get ready to come up with a number and visit this website dot org slash those. Anita's jobs Karma jobs. Jobs jobs and jobs. That's vote for jobs. You've got Karma in the end of the month is twenty six January twenty twenty. Here's our birthday list with bladed. Happy Birthday to David. Russell turned fifty on January. Eighteenth Joe. Carlson celebrates today actually Dame Jennifer says. Happy Birthday to a husband on Celebrating today Brian for thirty. Three on the twenty ninth and Chris Drum malls as happy birthday was sun. Stealer Gremaldi twenty four years old on the twenty four hundred birthday from everybody here at the best podcasting the universe. Now hold on a second. I'm just looking at this. Did we read the note route from Dame Jennifer for her husband. Gary did we read that because I completely. I don't believe we did. Because because she is giving him to see her on the list somewhere she's gotta be on the list. I come in on the come on sideways sideways on the email and associated donation. And I know that she is upgrading her title to bear net. This us But I believe She deferred or has upped the numbers for her husband. Gary who becomes a night today. Okay so I wanNA make sure that. I'm sure she had a note because I know I forwarded it I just don't see it anywhere on the list. Is this because of my just blinds. SOLIC- make sure we do. Here's the note. He's got good sun squirrel male so as I click on it pops right up. Sightseeing mentioned a couple of weeks ago. Eric help is by donation. Accounting and recently passed three K.. Rather than upgrade myself self to baroness. I'd like to upgrade. Just bear a net tests and gift the night to my husband for his birthday which is tomorrow she we just listed him. Data showed A. LG Y I would like to be bare. Nes- just Jennifer of the possible exit strategy at Dame Jennifer soon to be bare. Net is the entire brains and art director behind the animated no agenda and that is seen as a possible exit strategy. I think title is appropriate. Apropos she oh she obviously has a heck of a sense of humor because their stuff is quite funny The government grants might be the most lucrative. But I think animations would be more fun for Gary's night. Ding is surprise about Sir Gary Repay tient husband and supporter of animated. No agenda FS. Sorry I know it's long for now. He can give Eric something different for a certificate if he wants. He's a bourbon lover. so He's already covered for the roundtable requests a dame Jennifer soon to be buried at tests. Note Dr Beautiful. Why don't we do it right? Did Not get to get the swords out here. If you got some blade age I get my blade right here on the podium. Liam Gary Buchanan anonymous from the brink and bread. Samuel Gentlemen. Thank you very much for your support of the no agenda. Show your podcast see March one thousand dollars or more and I'm very proud to pronounce the case. Sir Gary husband is animated. No agenda Sir Scott Norris town Sir Doris. I suspect of the wild boar mountains in the lowlands. Nice of the dark fate gentleman for you. We have to blow rent poisons Chardonnay we've got bitter. Bala Woah Dr Pepper. Handy Cold Brew Coffee Cannabis rubenesque women and Rosa drill Gerbils Bonnets Bourbon and of course courses quash there's always mutton at mead All of you should head over to know agenda nation DOT com slash rings. And we'll get those out Tiestsin as possible. Just fill in some of the paperwork. There's always paperwork work with periods. It's the way it's always happened. And thank you very much for supporting your no agenda. Show the best podcast in the universe. They change don't want to do spags hair for Dame Jennifer as you just heard upgrades upgrades or titled to Jennifer of the possible exit strategy a another valuable member of the value for value network in the no agenda family. Thank you that Dame Jennifer Jennifer for everything you do and possibly getting out of this show. Well we'll never get out of the show because it's do the show for the exit strategy but we'd be rich. I think that's the idea isn't the idea if we have a show on Netflix. Where we're golden we're in we're home that's that we can? We can retire maybe even get it bidding war with Apple Apple Apple TV. I mean anything could happen. These things mentioning that before he'd go on meals are watching the morning show with the with Jennifer Aniston honestly probably our best acting job ever. I agree and I think it's really an interesting show because it's so inside baseball -ASEBALL it may not be appealing to everybody. But I really thought it was. It's a disadvantage good. Well done show. It's like someone with a grudge. Really put something Nice together with a big budget by big budget. Now it's a good show. I agree and you know seeing as she won at the Golden Globes and Brad Pitt. Of course want the Golden Globes. And we've seen the pictures I can tell you if brad and Jennifer get back together then all our problems will be solved. That's I can. I think when they split up that's when America started to to to divide into two dimensions I think they are ground. Zero of the dimension the dimensional split split in the United States. There you go. I'm just hopeful..

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"anita job" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"anita job" Discussed on No Agenda

"Now I read I request you do this because I think when you do. Access accents are so complete like that they do need to be exercised. And you have not done that one for months. Thank you and So what does he need the beer. Embitter Bolan I shall put at the roundtable than what else do we have to do. I'm sure there was other stuff but needed to be done. No Onward on analyst Colin Coleen. I'm sorry Colleen Garrett in cary North Carolina Fifty Dollars Matthew Chang Fifty Dollars Outta Wass uh who awas Lebeau level liable liable in Newark Delaware Davis in West Lafayette Indiana fifty dollars and Mitchell Kaufman in Hillsboro Oregon also fifty bucks along with. Hey Sue Ellen. In Austin in Texas Julianne Robinson APP does California and will west in Peoria Arizona. More Colin Villanueva A- another villain. A wave is not the same one in blue springs Maryland. Joe Winky in Santa Rosa. Joe Chamba Chamba Joe Jamba Joe our guy and he concludes our group of producers for show twelve eleven we hope to get another big group in unfort- twelve twelve twelve twelve the next one. That's kind of famous. Couple of numbers are twelve golf twelve so we'll look forward to Promoting that kind of look at the We messed up here. So one is David Russell. He was miffed that he made a donation and then somehow he's missed missed on the birthday list so he's on the birthday for today and it was her blam coup. Is Herb Lamb and earl of Georgia. Yes and here's what he said he was hoping for some Cancer Karma which had put in the pay pal note. Perhaps by the way I found something discovered something if you donate to the show on on a mobile device pay pal. Interestingly has the note at the top of the page I think that's what confuses a lot of people. Because you know you kind of work from the top down here. I am sending the money to this. Here's the amount and they expect it to be a note but it's not you have to scroll roll back up. It's the stupidest thing I've ever seen. Yes and surprised. Nobody's complained about that. Publicly was making a donation for some software. I've been using using like what could I want to put a note like. Hey you okay. You've discovered it. Yeah so her. I'm going to give her the. Who Was it for go Monday? My uncle who is much who was not much older than I am has staged for cancer in his lungs and brain. We are still waiting on a final prognosis. It's not good if they get. The Karma couldn't hurt of course in here comes out. You've Scott Karma and apologies sir apologies for that but thank you to everybody who supported the show today. these these people Over fifty dollars and of course reminiscent again about the great list of associate executive producers and executive producers. It all makes a big difference in particular Giller when you look at people coming under fifty. These are the ongoing sustaining program. So you can join There's always a couple of people at forty nine ninety nine who just want to make sure they are anonymous. Could we don't read anything over fifty dollars but then you see the thirty three thirty. Three's under We have the twenty seventeen twenty two twenty point seventeen twenty point eighteen twenty point nineteen all started probably January of that year so fantastic see those still going and twelve twelve and there's another not that many twelve twelve. We could probably do a short term thing we tried but all of that is just so appreciated and it's the way the value for volume system works. It's still working for us and It's working for you because after all you are the ones creating the show it is your podcast and and we all know by now. It is the best podcast in the universe. An emergency Karma requests from serve Fudge Fountain Barron of Ann Arbor Michigan. Kibo Wait Tango India Yankee seventy-three Some K. Five ACC. I don't like to whip out my peerage and wagonlit around too often. It's so long but gotta make as an exception and petition for Health Karma for my mom. She there's talk of a potential blood clot in the lung leading to her recent difficulty breathing. We find that pretty worrying. If did you get a chance to swing your beam towards Florida and direct a few watts of Karma in that direction my family and I would be what the hell was that that we have to throw a goat into fix it. You've got our mind And anyone who wants to participate in this great value for value network. All you have to do is get ready to come up with a number and visit this website dot org slash those. Anita's jobs Karma jobs. Jobs jobs and jobs. That's vote for jobs. You've got Karma in the end of the month is twenty six January twenty twenty. Here's our birthday list with bladed. Happy Birthday to David. Russell turned fifty on January. Eighteenth Joe. Carlson celebrates today actually Dame Jennifer says. Happy Birthday to a husband on Celebrating today Brian for thirty. Three on the twenty ninth and Chris Drum malls as happy birthday was sun. Stealer Gremaldi twenty four years old on the twenty four hundred birthday from everybody here at the best podcasting the universe. Now hold on a second. I'm just looking at this. Did we read the note route from Dame Jennifer for her husband. Gary did we read that because I completely. I don't believe we did. Because because she is giving him to see her on the list somewhere she's gotta be on the list. I come in on the come on sideways sideways on the email and associated donation. And I know that she is upgrading. Her title to bear netted us But I believe She deferred or has upped the numbers for her husband. Gary who becomes a night today. Okay so I wanNA make sure that. I'm sure she had a note because I know I forwarded it I just don't see it anywhere on the list. Is this because of my just blinds. SOLIC- make sure we do. Here's the note. He's got good sun squirrel male so as I click on it pops right up. Sightseeing mentioned a couple of weeks ago. Eric help is by donation. Accounting and recently passed three K.. Rather than upgrade myself self to baroness. I'd like to upgrade. Just bear a net tests and gift the night to my husband for his birthday which is tomorrow she we just listed him. Data showed A. LG Y I would like to be barren has just Jennifer of the possible exit strategy at at Dame Jennifer soon to be bare. Net is the entire brains and art director behind the animated no agenda and that is seen as a possible exit strategy. I think title is appropriate. Apropos she oh she obviously has a heck of a sense of humor because their stuff is quite funny The government grants might be the most lucrative. But I think animations would be more fun for Gary's night. Ding is surprise about Sir Gary a patient husband and supporter of animated. No agenda FS. Sorry I know it's long for now. He can give Eric something different for a certificate if he wants. He's a bourbon lover. so He's already covered for the roundtable requests a dame Jennifer soon to be buried at tests. Note Dr Beautiful. Why don't we do it right? Did Not get to get the swords out here. If you got some blade age I get my blade right here on the podium. Liam Gary Buchanan anonymous from the brink and bread. Samuel Gentlemen. Thank you very much for your support of the no agenda. Show your podcast see March one thousand dollars or more and I'm very proud to pronounce the case. Sir Gary husband is animated. No agenda Sir Scott Norris town Sir Doris. I suspect of the wild boar mountains in the lowlands. Nice of the dark fate gentleman for you. We have to blow rent poisons Chardonnay we've got bitter. Bala Woah Dr Pepper. Handy Cold Brew Coffee Cannabis rubenesque women and Rosa drill Gerbils Bonnets Bourbon and of course courses quash there's always mutton at mead All of you should head over to know agenda nation DOT com slash rings. And we'll get those out Tiestsin as possible. Just fill in some of the paperwork. There's always paperwork work with periods. It's the way it's always happened. And thank you very much for supporting your no agenda. Show the best podcast in the universe. They change don't want to do spags hair for Dame Jennifer as you just heard upgrades upgrades or titled to Jennifer of the possible exit strategy a another valuable member of the value for value network in the no agenda family. Thank you that Dame Jennifer Jennifer for everything you do and possibly getting out of this show. Well we'll never get out of the show because it's do the show for the exit strategy but we'd be rich. I think that's the idea isn't the idea if we have a show on Netflix. Where we're golden we're in we're home that's that we can? We can retire maybe even get it bidding war with Apple Apple Apple TV. I mean anything could happen. These things mentioning that before he'd go on meals are watching the morning show with the with Jennifer Aniston honestly probably our best acting job ever. I agree and I think it's really an interesting show because it's so inside baseball -ASEBALL it may not be appealing to everybody. But I really thought it was. It's a disadvantage good. Well done show. It's like someone with a grudge. Really put something Nice together with a budget by big budget. Now it's a good show. I agree and you know seeing as she won at the Golden Globes and Brad Pitt. Of course want the Golden Globes. And we've seen the pictures I can tell you if brad and Jennifer get back together then all our problems will be solved. That's I can. I think when they split up that's when America started to to to divide into two dimensions I think they are ground. Zero of the dimension the dimensional split split in the United States. There you go. I'm just hopeful..

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"anita job" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"anita job" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"So, you know, but that was that was a long time ago now, and the, you know, the the chairman of the board was the state treasurer. Bob crane who's now deceased died last year, really good guy. He was in the legislature with belly Bolger, and he used to they always used to hit bring up something. And it's I I have a like to read a motion here. And then it hold and say this is for the little man upstairs. Because he was on the one floor down at the state house where his where the meetings took place from Billy Bolger. So anyway, but fast forward so now now they have the B C E, C, whatever they call it. But they are in the in the seaport district that's been rebuilt, and they spent hundreds of millions of dollars on it. And it's a, but it's still a Southie thing. And so it's the guy that's gotta let they all got jobs though. They everybody gets taken care of in. These hacker Emma's these quasi-public authorities. So I I was looking over the payroll, and I started noticing a lot of people that had connections to Steve Lynch the Bikaner assessment from south Boston who who defeated Billy Bulger son and kind of took over the Oregon the the ward six and seven so I asked this week we asked the how many people has Steve Lynch put on the payroll mass convention center authority. Here's the answer. While this office does not maintain. In an archive of correspondence. I like that archive of correspondence we would guess that several people may be imposed at the MCAA who during the past eighteen years received letters of reference for from our office. So we start with Fred Peterson. He just moved to Miami. Because I guess they didn't give him the the the job is the rector when Rooney left so he he left to go to Miami. He was deputy director hundred twenty nine thousand six hundred twenty four dollars a year. He worked for Lynch when Lynch was in the state Senate after he defeated Billy Bolger junior. Here's the quote from Lynch's office. It is safe to assume that Senator Lynch would have supported Fred Peterson's job search, unquote. Okay. Now being from Southie? You gotta have a band, right? So Lynch has kinda gotta band actually a thing vans in Southie. No a bad for Paul's. That's why being you know, you got to have a ban for Saint Patrick's Day and go round to you know, to marry a man of the the the old folks, home and places like that. So he doesn't have like a s formula band is as as Bolger that. But he has he has a bad. So one of his guys is ROY Robert folks, he's the terrorist. And he's also the district director in the city. Robert folks is uncool is on the payroll Jimmy as a gift senior guest services associate. That's just a part time job. He made like fifty two hundred years something like that. Congressman Lynch was not involved in James's efforts to obtain employment at the MCAA, Steve Lynch has a sister named Sheila Lynch there is indeed a Sheila Lynch on the payroll, but he claims it's not his sister somebody else. And I was also told that there's a that. He has a niece named Kristen Lynch, but he claims and she's on the payroll too. But he claimed he claims he has no niece name's Kristen Lynch. Okay. So then there was a guy named Brian Wallace used to be the state rep. He kinda got run out at the state house. She was kind of a sad guy. He's like a little mister five by five of big little fat guy. But harmless, he got he got nailed by you know, he was he was by an Eminem or cat cats with his campaign funds, and he got busted, and he's Lipson Westwood or someplace now, he moved out at tout. But in two thousand and two this guy ran against them. Named the Bobby O'Shea as I said, my column a lot of times in in places like south, the, you know, the people who really don't have many prospects for big money. They just run for something not because they expect the win. But because they figure they'll get a hack job and go away. So oh, she loses the Brian Wallace. And then two years later, he's given money to Brian Wallison. What do you know? He's now got a job at the MCAA. He is the community liaison for seventy three thousand one hundred forty two dollars. Of course, he's from south Boston. How can you? Tell me what a community liaison does. He goes. Yes. Congressman. Would you like how many sugars would you naked net? Coffee, congressman. No. But seriously sandwich. What is it? What is your day to day life? Look like as a community liaison. You you go to the meetings and you say, hey, hey, hey, Fizi. Hey, sally. Okay. We lay off us the Anita job. We'd you like to be wakened with with Joe McSorley? Joe McSorley used to be a driver for Kevin white. Now. There's a Joe McSorley who's a who's a a golf cart driver there. I don't know if it's the same job McSorley, her not Rafe Flynn, the mayor from south the only mayor ever in Boston from south Boston. He used to have a driver named John swerves were Bali's. Now, there is a woman named Susan swore Balas who is on the payroll as a part timer at the at the mass convention center authority. Arthur Fritsch, the third he used to be a code holder at an up up guy for congressman Joe Moakley and city councillor, Jimmy Kelly, both of whom are deceased, but Arthur Fritsch the third lingers on senior event manager at the convention center authority eighty six thousand five hundred eighty five dollars and twenty three cents a year. And by the way, Arthur Fritsch sister. Ellen. She used to be the city hall stenographer. She was hired by Jimmy Kelly who you know, again was one of one of Arthur Fritsch Fritsch the thirds patron saints as well. Mumbles Menino had a couple of payroll. Charlie's from Charlestown by the name of Callahan. Ed Callahan was in human re re relations human resources at the BPD. When mumbles Menino junior was being promoted that the -tective so Ed was very popular in in in the pantheon of code holders down in Roxbury at police headquarters. But he made a mistake in two thousand thirteen when mumbles retired. He backed Charlotte Ritchie goal are that was a bad bad error of judgment on his part for mayor. So he's now retired his brother Dennis was employed of what the what was then called the Boston redevelopment authority, but B R A. So after mardi got in. You know, Marty was clear not Callahan's. So guess where guess where at Dennis went? He's now the deputy director at the mass convention center authority one hundred seventy four thousand fifty six dollars. A year Republicans still run occasionally for the legislature in in in Boston, Chris the motto ran in nineteen ninety six he may be the last one he got forty two percent of the vote against Angelos gash. He is now the general counsel at the mass convention center authority for one hundred sixty two thousand seven hundred and eight dollars. Nate little former executive director of the Republican state committee. He is now the director of communications and the external affairs making a hundred and thirty six thousand eight hundred one hundred and eighty five dollars a year. And J James Rooney used to be the boss of the MCC. He he used to work at the he's he's a guy who retired with a full pension after twenty three years at the NBA at the age of forty one. And now there's a guy named he's gone. He's gone to the chamber of commerce. But there's a guy named Michael who I I don't think he's brother he has a brother named Michael. I don't think this is his brother maybe like a nephew or something Michael Rooney is making a hundred sixteen thousand two hundred and eighty dollars a year as a sound tech foreman. So that's your that's your hacker. Emma for today at your hacker. Emma for today from the state government, eight four four this is why they need to raise the income tax on millionaires to pay all these these were these eight four four five hundred forty two forty two six one seven don't be knocking Bobby folks got me tickets to Trump's inaugural nobody in Massachusetts wanted to go. I went I went so Bobby folks does do some stuff. He's the district director, and you got your in the six one seven area code. So you're in the district. All right, nothing compares to butcher box. When it comes to getting the best highest quality meat conveniently delivered.

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"anita job" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"And and then my blog just exploded and the Daily Mirror did a pace on me that this is a mom who only has ten pounds away. And we're going touch wood, you write a cookbook on it. Now. I was like, no. Kassy's? Hi, we see your life is atrocious. But you'll coping we book we could sell them. Are you? Just I call riot Burke. They said. We'll give you an advance. And I went whoa. Whoa. Handle. This is a job. Your from your job Anita job of trying to give up onto southern applied to a traffic warden applied to work at McDonald's. I applied to absolutely every single thing you could possibly think of applying things I wasn't qualified for thinking. Oh, I could get qualification. How hard is driving a forklift truck. Anyway. Yeah. Apparently pallets the I'm getting that full. Always just want. You know, I could I could have I was willing to learn anything applied to be a quick quick fan actually say these jobs or imagine a new version of like, yes. Yeah. I do that. What does? And another job. So I thought guy I could think I could fit tires drive a forklift truck. And pretty sure I can just ri- one hundred recipes down on a piece of paper and eight mound over. And so I started to write my Facebook. And it all went from them. But why did it and what you did press and publicity for book, and it was? I didn't have a computer this time. But I was too scared to tell them that. Because I thought that they take me book deal away. So only tonight. And I said them over one by one don't be late will look here. My fight in an Email and my head to to choose like is this really infuriated these one by one. And I was like a well, you say they say no competing, so just be sending them for my fired. So they claimed estimate penguin movie a law all moment..

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"anita job" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on WTVN

"Buck is Mark blazer show. Welcome in Mark blazer along with Justice. Did you watch the Trump's speech office last night? I think most of America did if you didn't watch it real time. A lot of people caught up on it today. And more importantly because nothing really surprising happened there. More importantly, did you watch the Chuck and Nancy speech, which was right after the Oval Office speech, which I was scratching my head over. I don't know how they they. They get a rebuttal. I I don't know that I've ever seen that after an Oval Office speech that the opposite party gets a an immediate rebuttal. But was shocking to some of the stuff that they had to say inter shocking. Interesting nonetheless, we will get to here in about about seven or eight minutes. We have that coming up right now, though, I'd like to welcome in Ratliff, obviously with this government shutdown TSA is affected. It's affecting your your air travel. Jay Ratliff, of course, our aviation expert. Jay, Ratliff, welcome to the Mark blazer show. Always my pleasure. Jay, the TSA is would you say they are hemorrhaging right now during this government shutdown. Oh, that's a strong word. So I will say that they're feeling the effect. I I don't think we've quite reached the emerge port portion yet. But hey, we're getting close, and I'm getting a lot of questions about. Hey, jake. You know, is it become an issue where you're you're worried. And my concern is not from the TSA standpoint on a security issue or safety issue. It's more of a service issue because what's gonna end up happening is each particular location. They have agents that basically have accrued sick time. There are now taking some of those sick days in part because your last paycheck was last Friday. They're going out and working to try to create now money that taking news for their bills that are due now versus a hanging in there. And seeing how much longer is going to be before they're going to get what's gonna essence be their backpack. And the TSA checkpoints that have several agents calling in there were using the size of the or the number of lanes that they're using to process passengers so airlines do not wait for us. So for not anti gated departure when we're sports is supposed to be those silver revenue. Tubes are gone. And remember we have to be at the gate departure within twenty minutes of scheduled departure time. Otherwise, the airlines are able legally to give our seed away to anybody. They want to if we're not at the gate of departure. So that's why it's extremely important. Especially now that we get to the airport extra early. Just in case, there's a delay at the security checkpoint. We make it to the gate on time. Is there going to be a point here with the TSA where they're going to be ordered? Look, you got to report weather. You have the time sick time. Whatever it is. You gotta be there because we're beginning to suffer with regard to security not necessarily about you know, it's just inconvenient for people that fly, but it's starting to become a security risk will they order them in and say, you gotta show up or you're out. Well, they might I tell you the the group that would probably be ordered before others would be the nearly four thousand FAA inspectors that they have across the country that right now are being affected by this government shutdown. These are men and women that are charged with basically overseeing the airline industry to make sure that the maintenance paperwork is done by training procedures are done operations at airports are being done effectively and within the guidelines of the department of transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration. And right now, those people for the most part are sitting on their hands waiting to go back to work there. They're not on the job that to me is probably the most important part because I want those inspector as a general manager for Northwest Airlines. When one of these wonderful people would pop in and say, I'm here for an unannounced inspection. It was like gosh canal unannounced, boom right there on the spot. You hate it. But it was required because they were there to do their job. Now. Sometimes I took great exception with how they did it because I had a flight one time eight hours, they would not let it depart because the FAA inspector said Jay, you are missing no-go item. It's on the required. Equipment. Listen. I'm like, oh my gosh. What are we missing? He said he's an ashtray from the outside of the door on the Ford laboratory. Oh, God, you're telling me my flight cannot go to Orlando. Because on a non smoking flight. I don't have an ashtray on the outside of the door. And he said, yes, I said that's item. We went back and forth. And and you know, these men and women. Are needed. And they do a good job. And it's Anita job. And my fear is the TSA agents as well as these FAA inspectors, if we go too much longer these individuals who were highly trained to what they do may opt to go elsewhere. They may leave we may now I be job opening that we have to fill which means we have a training issue and a bunch of other things that are going to kick in bit are going to create some big time in long lasting problems right now. It's okay. Because we are in the post holiday travel for the next two or three weeks. So I'm somebody who's flying out of Columbus this weekend. I'm actually gonna fly out on Saturday or Sunday. What am I getting myself into had I better get ready going to be adversely affected? Well, people are gonna hate this next comment if they listen to you and I last year, and they became a member of the TSA pre check where you get to go through that shorter security. Hi, yes, you probably would have a minimal impact. And again, that's eighty five bucks for five stupid years. It's like. Flight insurance by it, go through the process, and you have it. But for those screaming at the radio. No, okay. We don't have that. Then get to the airport extra early. If you're talking about a a morning flight, which is the single most important aircraft to depart on time. And those are the ones that tend to depart on time more than any other flight of the day. I'd be at the airport two hours in advance. And there's a lot of people C J live in Dayton and Columbus in Evansville, Indiana, come on Huntington, West Virginia. There's I don't need to get there that soon. Okay, you don't have to. But if I'm going on a trip, especially let's say cruise or something I plan for the last two or three years, the very last thing Jay's going to do is to choose that day to get hooked to the airport later than I should because I'm telling you, you just can't run the risk of getting to the airport late in the event that there's a breakdown anywhere. Because if there is a slowdown now, you're talking about your your bags and yourself and everything has to be processed. And you simply cannot. You know, run the risk of missing your flight because then you may not make it to your departure crews and time for the cruise delete. But hopefully, you're going a Dana advance and spending the night there. So there's no issue, but I'm telling you, it's I hear from people all the time who either got to the gate late and by late. I mean, they were five or ten minutes early in the aircraft door was shut in the airplane was leaving. Or they ended up getting there late in the airline would not put them on another airline or put them on another one of their flights without charging them additional money. The headaches that are created when we show up late at the airport compound every turn which is one of the reasons that we can avoid all of that by being earlier than we've ever been just in case or the problem. Yeah. I get emails all the time showed up two hours early. Listen to you, Mr. expert, I got through security and fourteen minutes Caitlin with an hour and a half to kill. Hey, congratulations. Good job. I wish everybody was just like you make sure as always you complain through the department. Of transportation website, DOT dot gov instead of complaining directly the airline. They will probably ignore that complaint. Go through the DOT. It creates a paper trail that forces the airlines to respond. There. It is especially during this government shutdown everybody, you gotta you gotta get there. Extra early right out of the mouth of Jay Ratliff. Our aviation expert and always good advice. And appreciate you bringing us up to speed anytime, brother. So also an addition to everything going on with the TSA workers, they're quitting. Of course, as part of this government shutdown. It's going to possibly impact your mortgage as well. You're looking to get.

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"anita job" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"They couldn't even do a colonoscopy do at six weeks later. And and then they find out there's more cancer. I have to have another surgery Memorial Sloan takes out the rest I've half a call now praise God, I'm functioning very well. And I'm cancer free. So the bottom line is the whole point of that long. Segue was the whole idea of not getting the San Anita job at that point. Couldn't have been further from my mind, I was very grateful to be alive and be doing what I love and the situation came and fast forward last year track. Stone decides not to come back to Ecuador. Tony Levada sent me a picture of his tweet that morning that that that when Travis a tweeted he wasn't coming back. I called them up said bring me in police. He says he would you give up? I said, are you kidding me? I'll give it up, and I left Golden Gate, and I came here because here's the thing. If anyone understands life is short I have to I have to be a guy who's when you've been in a hospital gown. And you've been carved up you understand what I mean, you never know. Right. I thought about Ecuador I'm thinking like the first thing, I think about when I think of Ecuador, I just think Fred campus. Ele I it's just something. I'm like that guy is one of the most cherished and revered voices of all time. I gotta do it. I don't care how many days it is. I'll do Akwa because I do other things anyway during the year, and I came here and all of a sudden this year was a good year. And they called me to come to Santa Anita. And so in my mind, I try to think about what is your you know, how how how are things going to be in this world. Yep. It was certainly not the road. I expect. Acted to take. And it's not one I would have drawn up by an plans. God left's exactly and this. And you know, what part of me really believes that I wouldn't have gone to another doctor. And that's probably why this happened the way it did in the way. I don't know. I'm not here to analyze it. I just know I'm you'd be dead. Probably I'm you, and I become good enough friends over the course of the last eighteen months that I can say to you off the air on the you've been debt. It's just an amazing just do not like me don't be that. If you people out there anywhere near fifty years old, and you haven't gotten a colonoscopy. Let me tell you this. I'm a guy that doesn't want to ever see a state really not that big a deal on asking me. But let me tell you if they can somehow stop anything early. I would highly recommend because you do not want to go through what I went through. That's for sure. And I just want to say one thing if I may and Michael Rona has been a dear friend of mine for a long time. And this is extremely difficult for me. And it has been and I have not had an I have not reached out to him yet. I've got to figure out what I I don't know what to say right now. But I do know this. I certainly never went after his job. There's been some vicious stuff on the internet, which is so ridiculous. But I've wanted to I believe me, I'm very tempted to get to that keyboard and respond to some I know I won't take it from taking from personal experience. But I could just a very bad worm home. I I I know, but there's been some real, you know, what it was I after about a day and a half of this. They I retired from all message boards all comments, and for those people out there on Twitter that maybe have said something, I haven't responded unit was nice. I basically have just taken, you know, here's what I have to say Santa Anita called me. I never. Ever have called them to ask for that job. That's crystal clear and everybody knows that..

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"anita job" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Us live on Instagram for a little bit too. Okay. Manoa Instagram, life, making service. Let's see. How do I get Jeremy in there? Oh, what was that? What was that noise house? His fanny pack was pretty loud too. There you go. That's not very good. Let's eat area. That's got him and a little bit of me there, you know, we're good. I don't know. I don't know what I'm doing anyway. We're here today with Jeremy Avila. Is that how we say your name? Yeah, right. A lot of people like the via, but now it's Bill, I feel what is that Portuguese. Yeah, my dad's, my dad was half port, so I'm a quarter Portuguese. I think you're a mentor porterhouse steak. Dude. Why are you here today? Well. Anita job as pavilion. I'll take one of those offices and they're seeing everyone else has a job here and they seem to be pretty happy thought. Maybe it can be the snack coordinator was going to be. It looks kinda complicated and you actually exploded some snacks in there say, oh, you're not doing really good as far as like a snack coordinator because it's all over the floor. I feel attacked because those snacks exploded. I mean the nobody. Nobody can keep this next Cady we hold on a second. Maybe he's trying to provide more work for other people because if he's getting crumbs on the ground, I mean somebody's gotta clean join up. So you might be trying to, well, you know what? I actually used to be a janitor worked at this really nice Ivy league school, go in their selves, math quesions. You know when I was board, go, hang out with my best friend, Ben Affleck after was that inbetween inbetween you dead lifting nearly nine hundred pounds and working out the mall, selling jeans, correct, correct. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. Get a lot of time on your hands somehow. You know, make use of my time. So this guy that's standing next to me today, Jeremy. He's been lifting with Jesse mega mind Burke for a long time. Jessie burdock has one of the largest heads in human history. One of the heaviest heads and human history, and you know, Jeremy is somebody that came to Jesse with a good amount of talent. He was strong, explosive right off the bat actually went up in and lifted with you shared the platform with you one day where it was me Jesse you in Chris and. Yep. And we also had Kyle Kingsbury was in the mix as well. And I remember we're dead lifting against some bands, and I was like, okay, I know that Jeremy strong, but you at an in competition and stuff. You didn't pull anything that crazy yet. Things have not gotten to be that nuts at that point. I want to say maybe we're like in the seven still. So it's like I still got some pretty good strength. I wanna just kinda see like if I can, you know, hang with them a little bit on something. And so we pull three plates and then four place. We had a pretty good amount of band tension on there and you're like, just kind of all over the place with your form like you're lifting one lift was good, and what next one was shitty and and I was like, okay, like maybe I can. That's kind of maybe I maybe I could figure out a way to kind of hang in there being the season veteran that I am. I was like, I could figure this out. I think I could get them, you know. And then we got to like five plates and five plays got to be pretty hard for me. And I think I did it for like two reps and it was just slow Rienzi rounded, getting ugly quick. And I was like, yeah, it was pretty good. I mean, it's there's a lot of band. Tension on there, and Jeremy comes over, and I was like, oh, well, I wasn't really trying yet. So. So let me let me try that again. I, I didn't get any better. Of course. He kicked my asset day and that was the first time I, I noticed how explosive you were on a sumo dead lift, and it's really rare for someone have that type of explosiveness honestly, Modell lift being around the other lifters that you're around and.

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"anita job" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"And go to page to a look for the link and show show up and they'll be a mobile unit on site where you can make application be are they going to be conducting the actual interviews in hiring site on saturday yes these are on site so people go to walk away knowing they got a job perhaps on saturday they that's right they could possibly do that and i would say if you have not registered come any way and go to the mobile unit and and do the process of the application process from there so you can at least get started because as i stated earlier you're going to be well this year in through nato we know they get ready for the day get three hundred ain't gonna be enough getting ready to go into the christmas season anyway we know they get ready to ramp up for that alone so i would encourage people to come on out to the walter and andy young ymca great facility out dead and come out on saturday from ten to to fill out an application online or on site commission hall is that phone akiko people number of where they can reach you they got question between now and then a my office is always opening bailable the number is four four one to eight six again that's four zero four one two eight two two six commissioners thank you so much for your service and thank you for putting a get together effort like this one thing that we say the best crime deterrent that i know is a full pocket when i got some money ain't got no time be five with nobody that's right i and we appreciate you and stay in touch with us call us back on friday to remind us okay okay i sure will thank you so much i commissioned natalie hall during big thing see that would have public servants both got a resource bringing three hundred jobs it's your responsibility called the tel do y'all known about anita job all the broke negroes i know out here don't call me big and asking get out there and do something and thing that you can do is get out there and apply for platform job ain't no mexican job ain't gonna have no guarantee we get down ain't gonna be no three hundred mexican sydney so you won't be i'd say they took your job get down there in apply don't wait for saturday go on page in fill out the application mama you go now form best friend go on their y'all go together you go to club together go get a job together god bless the child who got his own look at we gotta take a break to minute workout is coming up dan we're gonna talk some more we'll be back but going get you a job get up and stop begging nobody likes to bed get up and.

"anita job" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Thank you so much for your service and thank you for putting together a effort like this one thing that we say the best crime deterrent that i know is a full pocket i got some money ain't got no time to be five window box that's right i and we appreciate you stay in touch with us calls back on friday to remind us okay okay i sure will thank you so much all right commissioned natalie hall big thing see that would have public service both got a resource as bring in three hundred jobs it's your responsibility to tell us do y'all know about anita job all the negroes i know out here you know don't call me big and asking get out there and do something and the thing that you can do is get out there and apply for no job ain't no mexican ain't gonna have no i guarantee when you get down ain't gonna be no three hundred mexican sydney so you won't be able to say they took your job get down there in apply don't wait for saturday go on page two in fill out the application mama you go now form best friend go on their y'all go together you'll go to club together go get a job together god bless the child who got his own look if we take a break to minute workout is coming up dan we're going talk some more we'll be back but going get you a job get up and stop begging nobody likes to bed get up.

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"anita job" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In business on bloomberg radio my special guest today is paul vigna he is the co author along with michael casey of two very interesting books on blockchain and bitcoin the first is the age of cryptocurrency his most recent book is the truth machine blockchain and the future of everything let's talk a bit about your career as a journalist covering markets and the economy and how that morphed into your coverage on bitcoin how did you get into financial journalism what what led you to your first first gig oh my god well it was quite simply it was money enough for the reason that you might think most people get into finance i was just like i was working at a weekly newspaper i done been there a few years making no real money you make no money at community journalists fun to good place to learn the ropes but we make no money at it so anita job right can make some money dow jones was hiring was a doc i was nineteen ninetyseven so everybody was higher everybody was hiring dow jones is hiring editor so i took the editing test i passed the editing test i do nothing about finance i did not go to school for finance real i didn't know i didn't study it at all i interest i literally past the editing test say hard me as an editor and my first job was rewriting press releases and that's what i did that's how i started out rewriting press release how how did you find your way to dow jones market too so i spent a few years on what was called the spot news desk during that press release rewrite job which was actually another great education in journalism and realize it sounds horrific to me well it was total it was it was a grind it was that's what i was thinking you learn a lot about fight you're constantly looking at what companies are telling you and if your if your being discerning about it you're trying to find the holes in it so i learned a lot about finance doing that then i spent a few years on editing desk and then i had a friend who was on market talk so in two thousand and five now i've been there awhile in two thousand five started at market talk with john shiffman and was sure it was great it was just the two of us it was it was actually a great job because you're right i think our limit was one hundred word right words right so these tight little commentaries on which is about today yeah exactly right so that was that was how i kind of got out of editing and into writing and i did that for probably seven years again another great education right fast right analytically and write short that was that was our only remet and i did it for a long time loved at john and i had a great time doing it we were kind of left out on our own in the newsroom nobody bothers you could see that by the voice it had a very often don't get right and the voice was my voice and john's voice and from that i moved over to one of the blogs and then in two thousand thirteen i heard about bitcoin and my first reaction to bitcoin was this is an online scam this is an internet joke we are not writing about this we're not writing about this because i was gonna ask you to show so how much bitcoin did you buy ten dollars was the answer is zero right so my first reaction was probably what everyone's reaction is is that this is some kind of scam and i thought we're not writing about this no way but like i said earlier it was starting to permeate into the mainstream you're starting to hear more and more about it and the more and more heard about it the more i read about it and then i started to become interested and at the time now this is two thousand thirteen is the spring of two thousand thirteen at the time the wall street journal had nobody writing about bitcoin entities had nobody exactly i was writing for our money beat blog and so i had a pretty wide pretty wide latitude and what i want to write about my mic covered was the markets it was a market economy so i could write about anything within that pretty much everything which is pretty much right exactly which was great so because i had that latitude to read about whatever i wanted to write about and i was.

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"anita job" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In business on bloomberg radio my special guest today is paul vigna he is the co author along with michael casey of two very interesting books on blockchain and bitcoin the first is the age of crypto currency his most recent book is the truth machine blockchain and the future of everything let's talk a bit about your career as a journalist covering markets and the economy and how that morphed into your coverage on bitcoin how did you get into financial journalism what what led you to your first first gig oh my god well i mean it was quite simply it was money for the reason that you might think most people get into finance i was just like i was working at a weekly newspaper i had done been there a few years making no real money you make no money at community journalists fun too good place to learn the road oops make no money at it so anita job brecca make some money dow jones was hiring doc it was nineteen ninetyseven so everybody was higher everybody was hiring dow jones was hiring editor so i took the editing test i passed the editing test i do nothing about finance i did not go to school for finance real i didn't know i didn't study it at all i interest i literally past the editing test say hard me as an editor and my first job was rewriting press releases and that's what i did that's how i started out rewriting press release how how did you find your way to downtown's market so i spent a few years on what was called the spot news desk during that press release rewrite job which was actually another great education in journalism it realize it sounds horrific to me well it was it was it was a grind yeah it was it was a festival what i was thinking you learn a lot about finding you're constantly looking at what companies are telling you and if your if your being discerning about it you're trying to find the holes in it so i learned a lot about finance doing that then i spent a few years on editing desk and then i had a friend who was on market talk so in two thousand and five now i've been there awhile in two thousand and five started at market talk with john shiffman and it was sure it was great it was just the two of us it was it was actually a great job because you're right i think our limit was one hundred words right right so these tight little commentaries on which is about mauri today yeah exactly right so that was that was how i kind of got out of editing and into writing and i did that for probably seven years again another great education right fast right analytically and write short that was it that was our only kind of remix and i did that for a long time love to john and i had a great time doing it we were kind of left out on our own in the newsroom nobody bothered you could see that by the voice it had a voice very often don't get right and the voice was my voice in john's voice and from that i moved over to one of the blogs and then in two thousand thirteen i heard about bitcoin and my first reaction to bitcoin was this is an online scam this internet joke we are not writing about this we're not writing about this condition so so how much bitcoin did you buy it ten dollars the answer is euro right so my first reaction was probably what everyone's reaction is is that this is some kind of scam and i thought we're not writing about this no way but like i said earlier it was starting to permeate into the mainstream you're starting to hear more and more about it and the more and more i heard about it the more i read about it and then i started to become interested and at the time now this is twenty thirteen is the spring of two thousand thirteen at the time the the wall street journal had nobody writing about bitcoin entities had nobody exactly i was writing for our money beat blog and so i had a pretty wide pretty wide latitude and what i wanted to write about my my covered was the market was the market economy so i could write about anything within that which is pretty much everything which is pretty much right exactly which was great so because i had that latitude to read about whatever i wanted to write about and i was.

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"anita job" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Man do i get worn on like that i like that nominated for graham shown up era yaghmai gold is year now my slide with the home and matinee yeah i'm in la like mitzi mussayev earshot out the weekend man on the don't you are right how cash in their two legos years yeah so when you hear that oh when you hear that you know that's got to tell you something yeah you know it's like we connected to a degree from from slow so a lot of times i'll be in a car was slow he'd your faced on i've also you know the weekend is from ethiopia in my family my dad my dad for mud they're also yes we got a few connections were you make of uh of every happening in libya man i just was happening to the papal was terribly rallies out his humanity gotta gotta stand up don't understand how that's happening get at a time that we live i didn't believe as was rouhani believe it either but i had to do some research hornet is of political value for that to be in the news right now from puffs is some way or another we got to be clear on that so no people arf should go do that at all victory lap yeah and the marathon still continue later alleged never had you feel men rant businesses father in usac you're a good friend from what i understand us right with good deemed the old ran mean right that's the most important girl's father was the most important part that which you say i owed odd i hear you a good fraying gate as the important part dead you solid you stand solidly do blue progress in a dow's nerves in y'all kia where mud articles say about meal lower the multicount close was also anatomy and what are you going to leave behind today in a new cares wonderland are you ended that i'm gonna tell them be he'll be film necessarily you i think about going to get job by anita job when are fifteen on youth worked for me and i'm going tell die thought cargo get a job taco bell some and gives nadler grilled gained medal nine led they like yunan.

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"anita job" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"Seems like it would be a tremendous idea for someone who understands that process to create a profile of these young college kids these bernie sanders supporters and figure out a way to put pictures and stories in videos about venezuela on their cell phones on their i pads on their computers so that they start to understand that their aim ain't no free lunch and that eventually the people who are paying for all of these goodies lose their incentive to pay and and it all goes comes tumbling down world history proves out gilbert that your during were they ideological idea the to captivate the more the also police large number of them who are they believe that social justice so that's what they've been talking college you know is going to be achieved when the capital of the state is senator at center cetera all these redistribution from the wealthy all these issues that are in their heads now the fact that it's never worked historically big so impact on these people because they just said we'll we'll do it right or if they don't because an ideological argument is thought defeated by fax i mean look at the uh the people still believe the peace talks climate change as you know it first i say it all this it ballots gonna be global warming that stuck out so now it's just kind that cheney whatever that be but with a data comes out disapproves their series it doesn't change the ideological fervour they have for the concept with their wedded to this human beings capital chirac nature destroys your opinion the these ar article states for the true believers and that's what you're dealing with and try to combat the whole two tough the hard left to the state house anita job and the austrian school we truth the university talking with new york times best selling author doctor.

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"anita job" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"She who do you want or do you want me to see give me the bloody 42 we will asked him about anita job yes i know i'm going to go back gobert got the glasgow yes well if you can't get work here then you should have in wall forty one i don't speak to anyone you told me is that what you want i do want anything i can get a job actually how forget i'm sure know that theater in a pub in the kennington road oh yeah unless a friend of the guy who runs at he said you were at cambridge together years i know who you me to think what just have our work with him seen only and how like i'm very good for the us army new if you like you don't want to do is even that too much geno i heat no i don't i hate the bloody church i set up on behalf of cats i thought the whole deal was meant to be about love so it is and you can go to our friend and say there's this young man please really give my job anita jaw i know i know we will get you one not too need he is that what you mean i've always told you it's very simple there are people in the parish who don't like the idea and there are so party few of them you can't afford to lose one it isn't like that they've call you and they know it you have no choice they can be has been given as nasty as they want to be and you have to paul we are after dance their stupid chilly it isn't true it's simply i am the vessel i'm only the channel through which god's love comparses and that makes me as a person totally irrelevant as a person nobody should even be conscious i'm there if i do something which is in any sense worrying if i upset by communications in any way then the focus his move from the lord jesus onto his minister and that is not where the focus belongs yes it doesn't matter whether i wish things might be different as separate crab call i may disapprove them intolerance however it is if i chose to walk down the street in a bright red suit blowing bubbles out of my is it would distract attention it would alter the agenda and that is something for which god would not forgive me and rightly why don't you.

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"anita job" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"anita job" Discussed on This Week In Google

"You're done if you didn't click the link closed the tabloid press deny you're okay oh aside of thinking from something like h h at there was that thing again by hhs male anita jobs the that's the actual email millwood's from uh but it won't say that it will say from somebody you know and it will say c c h church if you did get revoke access to google docs because this quote google docs is not google docs and uh the real one does need access because you it's your google account so you see in in your access list google docs that's bad and then you'll look in your cent box because those people you just spammed we and inform whoever sent you the male of course that there has been cover as as stacy did it sounds like google shutting it down is google she hasn't been stopped that's an interesting question could they um what do you think danny could they somehow while that's like what they said locally provoke the permission if you're going to their password page i don't understand how when you go to that password page it's it's a google in this other type of thing the web app he'd have to be some it sounds like it some kind of application that has gotten into their system to use that password page or or in some way in a selfish way and they should be able to block that they will say well we know what's we know what's happening here could all sending back to this other things i guess so if you authorized your authorizing application the by now presumably google has shut down.

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