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"couple ladders" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

08:53 min | Last month

"couple ladders" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Nine drywall. God i decided that i was tired of doing unsexy topics and i was gonna get down to the sexiest of them all. Finally we're going to pander and give the people what they want like when you're in your podcast player and you see a podcast of. Aren't you a little bit sad every time. It's not about drywall. Drywall is the topic. When i say dry dry dry dry hot hot topic hot wall. Now you restored and by restored. I mean completely remodeled. Your home a few years ago did you. Venture into construction site while it was being redone. You must've yeah. We lived in construction right. Didn't you when they were. They had to redo some stuff in the basement so we all moved upstairs and then they started on the main floor and we all moved into the basement. It was it was fantastic and so drywall must have been must have been your friend right. There was drywall. All around love dry on that. Put up drywall myself in college. When did you see that. Rebuilt friends family was Re drywall in a garage. But like a huge two story. Wyoming garages to cavernous space like a bar in there and putting up big pieces of drywall. Above head level is it takes some doing it is. It's hard you need a couple ladders. So he arranged to get some of his college roommates to come up. And i spent the weekend in gillette wyoming doing drywall and just trying to real trying to figure out what it was an exchange for. I don't know what we got not a dry. Where were you all just to hold her. Upper did you have a screw gun at any point. Actually put it in. I did both i. The only thing. I really remember from the weekend is going to see the matthew broderick godzilla. Movie a gillette wyoming theater. That left the lights on throughout quickey people from their hands. String into other people's pop. Yeah you don't want any Any fingering on during god's tokyo's endanger. Hoping i am also really ruined my enjoyment of that fantastic movie. I know you were sitting. Stole your college buddies. Just hoping to have the wandering hands. No i just wanted to enjoy a classic of cinema and gillette wouldn't lower the lights. Have you ever had your experience of your movie. Going experience ruined by an over like a too bright signs. That's the way i want to theater one time. The exit signs was so freaking brad. I couldn't ever get into the film. I really do think maybe they should just say you know what we are. Okay with this number of people dying every year if the exit door under the screen is not lit. Yeah it's going to kill a certain number of people. We've done the math. It's twenty eight and a half people every year and that's okay. We're just show it right at the beginning like kim. The floor neat beneath your feet. There's the exit and then turn it off. Yeah the near things maybe behind you. You don't know exactly. I've also put up a lot of drywall in my day. I've built a couple of music studios. We're doing this for you. You weren't a hired hand That's right it was like you know. We took over garage Actually right across the street from cal anderson. Park that building. Yeah and And put drywall up and installation. We actually did the thing that you're supposed to do which is build a wall inside of a wall in order to insulate the space for sound and I've restored actually. You know my mom's house when we were restoring it we made. Maybe the big mistake of taking the laugh in plastered down and putting drywall up in its stead. And the reason was that the the plaster had kind of crew crumbled behind the wall. So if you if you hit the wall very hard you would hear the the crumbling know kind of crumble behind and And my mom felt like that was unsafe and weird and she wanted it to be. You don't want to hear your house crumbling. Especially when you're in your seventies or eighties you don't need to be reminded of entropy every second so just for the future links that have never lived in a house the the way that we constructed houses prior to the drywall area era was that you would put up. A kind of sub all out of rough boards nailed lengthwise and then that would form a kind of Screen over which a qualified plasterer would put a coat of plaster spread it on with a trowel and it would hang there on this would the matrix and then the plaster would take a long time to harden. You know it took took a while to dry days. Yeah it would building a house like putting the plaster up was a was a skilled profession and it would take longer to be hard very to take one of those little flat things and make a flat wall and a wall that you know you're you're actually sproul trowel or the flat things but you're actually squashing or splooge ing the the the plaster in between the The laugh and then it kinda. Because there's on what this horizontal gaps. Laura labs right. You put the laughed together just far enough apart that you're not like well you give it something to hang on but close enough together that it's not just going to slide off and then like cement. I mean you have tim. The mixture of plaster and water has to be just right so that it doesn't slough off but also that it's not crumbly think about think about putting plaster up on a ceiling. Yeah i mean just super hard work is that nicer or fancy latin plastered nicer or fancier in any way beyond the fact that it shows that the houses old labor saving devices invented yet. I mean you can you can Decorative lee trowel plaster. And you see that sometimes in later homes fresco right in my bathroom but you can do that. Also over the top of drywall. One of the things that's nicer about it. Is that well when we took the laugh and plaster out of my mom's house. We've filled up a dumpster with it and it was so heavy that it actually cracked. The driveway is heavy stuff. So it's makes your how sturdier. Yeah but also as we'll see it's rot resistant and you. You might think that the would behind it would be more viable to rot. But in fact it's kind of the opposite it's Although it is applied wet and takes a long time to dry once it's on there you know it's less it's less susceptible to water does bang up a kid on a big wheel can do maybe more damage to a sheet rock wall then to an old plaster wall. Yeah right. I mean the plaster cement and honestly it's made out of the same stuff it's made out of gypsum. Which is a naturally occurring. That's what she walked and wall. Plaster is made out of plaster. Gypsum is is a crystal. And it's a naturally occurring sort of compound what you call it a molecule a crystal distillate inter all. It's a mineral. thank you. That's the word i was looking for when you thought was an animal or a vegetable making up the wall and i'm here to tell you it's not in fact it's a mineral minner and one of the reasons we call plaster of paris plaster of paris is that outside of paris. In march there was a a big gypsum deposit but but people have been using gypsum as a building material for thousands of years it. Was you know it was discovered that you could wet it and then do stuff with it and when dried it was you know it it. It solidified and became again kind of it became kind of like a stone. I mean it is alabaster and so all ancient sculpture done in alabaster is is just gypsum. I was looking at the etymology of it to see if it was related to cause gypsy is often said to come from each as maybe controversy away to refer to people from india nomadic people. Yeah i think it's said to be related to egypt. But in the case of gypsum it's actually related from the week. It's the same. Greek root as the italian for where we get jesse so the stuff us on canvas before you paid the white plaster you put on a canvas to paint on which is also full of gypsum full of gypsum..

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"couple ladders" Discussed on Ace On The House

Ace On The House

12:16 min | 1 year ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on Ace On The House

"Well there you go the old stromer as we knew I mean studio stromer back in the day back in the day. Let's we got a call here. Wants to build a platform for a loft. Oh my God I just got moist. I guide because I just did one of those I love it. Hey Ryan Forty two. Redondo beach a gentleman that affect on people. You do brother. What's going on? I've got a a vaulted room and it's about Probably fifteen feet tall and you know like an frame type vault in the room and in the corner. There's an l shaped platform you know like Loft area of that room With the closets below it so they built out the closets and then putting the loft area but it so I want to build a platform that the kids could climb up into that loft area and so I have to Have two sides to fix it too and then of course I have to get access to the closet that would be below the platform so I'm looking for ideas on on how to fix it to the wall and then what kind of ladder system would be good for that okay We got two answers. You say that you have a current loft above the closet. Yes in this loft is going to go where compared to the current one. I WanNa just put a a platform in that would overhang the closet doors And then have Like a staircase up to it. So it'd be kind of a landing before they could climb up into the your step over into off area or maybe like a half a step up into it okay and is that closet of free standing box. That has just been exposed. Top is say. It's it's not free standing there. Rooms kind of an odd shape but Essentially the closet in this room Butts up to the closet. That's in the other room Obviously next next door to it so all right. I'M GONNA standing. I'm GonNa tell you what I did So first things first plywood is four foot by foot so you do the math on the size. You know what I'm saying but working increments of four foot eight foot you know yeah I would use home. Depot has a finished apply now to kind of generic finished plied like a three quarter finish ply shoes that it looked good when you paint. It even looks good kind of natural but if you know if you WANNA match them oke or Birch or maple or something and then use that you know if you WANNA go high end and get a multiply from the plywood you know from that plywood place but not the Home Depot Home Depot. Have what you need okay. The next thing I would say is you can attach it on three Cy. Two Sides Right. So you've got one side hanging right order. Yeah now I don't like putting a post down to the ground myself and I've done ones with post have done. I've hung hung him from the top of the cable. Here's what I'm going to suggest. I suggest using your ladder system as a post. How dare you put that ladder in the corner? Have it be bearing load worthy? Sweet right right I like it. Yeah that's kind of what I was thinking of it. Okay that's good now. The thing about the ladder. Let me give you a couple ladder. Tips don't bring the ladder just up to the height of the platform. Go to foot beyond the height so you can. Your kids can grab onto the top rung two foot above the platform and Kinda pull themselves up or to integrate the ladder into the hand or the rail around this thing or do you not need a rail around to keep them from falling off. So I think the ladder no pun intended my wife though however is GonNa want this thing you know secured like a prison cell like she's have to put put a rail around everything out. Yeah okay. Whatever the rail is I think trying to kind of picture it have the latter part of the rail. Start off the ladder but but have the ladder go higher than the rail so that you can pull yourself up and like swing your leg over or put a gate or something on it but think about that now. The ladder that I built my son not that he gives two shits but the ladder that I built my son. I did it this way. I I DID DALLAS. I did like the ancient. A quarter dials. I even got them in white like white vinyl coated SORTA Kinda like finished. You know I used a four sner bit. In order to force in their bid is run of course idea but why don't you explain it for Matt wants to know what it is okay? So here's perks up and looks back. Here's how here's how you make this ladder you get your Lanc. Your side rail runs including the two foot or whatever. You're going past the platform right. Then you get those two runs you do matter like finish like kiln dried. Finish two by fours right now if you WANNA take trimmer and around over bit round over all four edges of it you know. See if you can miss the edges that are going flat against the platform. If you're really good. But whatever around him all over get them. All sanded finished up then. Put them side by side on a workbench table. Flush them up at the end and get your square out. Draw a line through each one you know. Put the top three inches down from the top. Put the bottom on doom every one foot ten inches or something like that. Do your multiple. So they're all the same. Draw your line all the way through them. Then just take your force. Nur Bit and find the center of each one the force Nur bit. It's it's a round ended Let's say it's not like a. Let's see see the thing about using a paddle bit. You could use a paddle bit but the paddle bits got that little spayed tip and you need to stop that before you pop out the other side the force. Nur Bet has much less of that sticking down so you can go a little bit deeper cleaner hole. It'll be like an ancient a quarter force in her bed or whatever the Dow was asked for that. I'm trying to describe it. It's Kinda top. You'll see it in. The drill sexual googled. It looking you see between a spade bit and a Right kind of use the punch of door who adore Yeah the thing about the thing about the force ner bed is you could probably just drill down to tell. The thing was flush on the top of the bit. Go in five eighths of an inch or half an inch or whatever on each side or you could do pal whatever go halfway whatever just make sure go the same depth everywhere then. Cut All your dowels the same length. And if you want the same depth then you have the same length. Dow's when you say in Wichita together at all be even the only thing that I don't love about this design as the dowels tend to roll when you're climbing up which is a little bit of an issue but not really but it's a little and you may want to shoot a pin. You know put some glue or something in the hole and then shoot a pin nail through the backside to act as a catch you know so it doesn't roll on all how the kids by the way eighty six so that'd be security. They're gonNA love this. Eat put a mounting plate at the top and maybe amounting plate at the bottom to to hold the ladder together. And in Bob's your uncle and Ryan you can. I'd build the whole thing out of kiln dried two by fours and the Finnish plywood on top of the crap out of them so that they can either paying up. There's no splinters and use some like deck type screws suck everything up. You know pre drill everything just got to figure out how to build a cage can lock them up there. Yeah send us. Send us a picture after you do. It sounds good. Thanks man all right. Let me hit de Tommy. John men we dread that spring cleaning. Don't we but not without you and I'll tell you what we do. I broke it down into three steps here. Clean out your underwear. Drawer tossed the old ratty underwear upgrade to Tommy. John Slip into the perfect fit. And the no roll waistband proprietary fabrics. Perform like nothing. You've ever wore no wedgie guarantee no visible panty lines for the women. Quick-draw fly for the man. If if stromer was wearing underwear now he'd be wearing Tommy John. Obviously he's at home has just assure. I am wearing my Tommy. John's as I always do so I went in the pool with the other day. So you don't love your first pair. Have a refund. But you're never gonNA use it. I guarantee you if you turn these things in. I will slap you with a white glove and call you a liar lies Tommy. John New adjustment needed right. Matt hurt his John Dot Com slash number twenty percent of your first order. That's Tommy John Dot com slash ad for twenty percent off. Tommy John Dot com slash. Adam all right you gotta email question there. Perhaps a we do and please email us at on the house at Adam. Corolla DOT COM. We did send this picture to stromer. So he's he's got a good idea looking at. This is from Brandon guys. My Front Porch has tiles. That get very slippery when wet wondering if you have a product recommendation to them or anything like that We're looking at some six by six tile little busy my my liking but all right What do you got stromer? I mean you know it's because it's got a pre existing gloss finish on it and and they build in texture. I do know that it. It doesn't do anything when it's get Super Wet. So it almost feels like you're not gonNA scarf five this 'cause it's GonNa ruin the look and look crappy so I would just do a runner at some sort of a of a you know what they do in restaurants when you come in and out of a lobby just some kind of runner so that it doesn't you don't slip when you're coming to the front door other than that. There's really not much to do. I think they have like clear. Coatings with non skid shit in there like Silk Silica Silica or something like that. But then what's GonNa happen is it'll wear in the traffic area and really look awful and get grimy dirty. I don't know if I'd do it. I think it's better to go. Runner runner go home. All right go runner in possibly look into some clear with some non skid. What what have you if you're if you're thinking about that route if you don't want to run a rap but I I agree. Let's go the runner route with stromer..

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"couple ladders" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Yes people clothing. Yeah Ashley pointed this out earlier. If I were to start there was nowhere for it to go with. Not Go outside of the building because the building was fireproof. Somebody I can't remember exactly where it was but one of the sources that I'll have linked said something about out a stove and oven is fire proof but it contains the fire. And if you put your hand on that burn you'RE GONNA burn herself But itself is fireproof. I understand where you're going until you talk to other thing outside of the oven will okay whatever I was. I don't know where it you got. The gist of like really pretty despise is all of you. It's true you both had valid points and I'm proud of both of you. Thank you so literally everything but the building itself is flammable all extensively so if a fire were to start it start somewhere between the third and fifth floor maps the fourth Maye hops it would not leave the building it would stay inside use that one solitary stare will as a chimney to bring the fire up higher. How the hell would second? Excellent Air An furnace go and he couldn't exit through the stairwell and you couldn't use the elevators because I'm certain the fire through the stairwell was melting things. Yes and then you have. This was pre Air conditioning so everybody had like their windows open and the Trans Open. So that's bringing an oxygen to fuel the fire. Well Joe Allow people had that thought so the fire department showed up really quick. They were within like thirty seconds of a fire truck or fire station driving living like super close so firemen get there real quick by the time they get there though. The third fourth fifth floors are engulfed in flames and it's spreading reading higher so people are asleep. Some people are wakened by this so a lot of people died because they were sleeping when all started there were people who said crap. I can't get out through the stairwell. I'm just going to jump out the window well. Three through twelve caught fire. The ladders that I mentioned earlier could only reach up to the eighth floor more so you had people who were. They saw the firemen. They're like hey help me help me. I can't reach you save bedsheets together to try and lower themselves down to the ladder the ladders I know well it worked for some people but then other people would like jump out of their window and try and grab onto it or like the ones below and like the combined weight the two people would make the bed sheets rip apart or they would jump out of their window trying to land on one of the nets that people had out the fire department had out trying to catch people and and they would knock people off of the bed sheets or knock firemen and the people they were rescuing off of all hours. Zooming sound really stupid. But those trampolines I saw in cartoons were legit. That was a legit way to handle fires. Yes way back when for these reasons sat works but that's concerning it is concerning especially when like two people jump and the combined weight would bus through the net. I'm just imagining my siblings. Like double jumping as a kid so like one would stay on the trampoline the other like pop back up to the ninth floor. There you go. Yeah so a lot of a lot of deaths happened during this fire so my first thought when I was reading through this was like crap or they. I'm not putting out the fire. The firemen showed up and they were people already panicking obviously so they were torn between. Do we fight this fire. Do we catch people. Save these people like hanging out the windows so they started doing knowing that there were some people going through trying to fight the fire but the majority of the firemen were focused on catching people jumping from this fire. There was a building that backed up to the hotel. There was a ten foot gap between the buildings. So you had some people trying to jump across that gap and could not make it. There were a couple ladders letters from one building across so that people could crawl over and that worked out well for some but there were people who would like try to jump down onto the ladder and knock people people off of it so ladder Homey I me and come down floor. Panic is a hell of a drug will. They can't come down a floor. Remember there's only one sterile and it's engulfed often flames the entire stare will. It's acting as a chimney. Ah It's polling that fire up to the floors above even if you don't have fire you have the soot and smoke and heat. Yeah but if you're only going down like one or two floors to get ladder I'd risk it. Well so let me tell you about what exactly happened as far As deaths wyckoff fire is the worst hotel fire in our nation's history one hundred and nineteen people lost their lives in the fire. There were three hundred and four registered guests in the hotel. It was at like Max Capacity at one hundred of nineteen people lost their lives. Sixty five roughly guest were injured and about one hundred and twenty of of them escaped unharmed the city of Atlanta Health Department. Investigators determined that forty eight victims died of burns forty worse. EXP- officiate fixated exp- fixated it can breathe got it by smoke and fumes and thirty one died as a result of injuries from jumping or falling from from upper floors thirty nine. Were under twenty years old and one hundred and five where visitors to the city so not Atlanta residents. The original owner owner was Mr Wyckoff. By this point he was eighty five and retired. He and his wife lived at the hotel and they perished in the fire. Oh Jeez yeah so a lot of panic nick. A lot of people not surviving whenever they went into the house or into the hospital. Ou- into the hotel afterwards so. The fire was fought for about six hours. The firemen went through floor by floor and like I said it only reached the twelfth floor so it said that as they broke into room after room they said that the scenes were like beyond comprehension brass doorknobs and telephones had melted light. Bulbs were fused. Heavy metal elevator doors were like twisted listed from the heat. Some rooms only had bed springs remaining and all of the other furniture was completely consumed by fire. So quite fire proof proof for the building and building was technically was stuff inside it And thus the invention of Scotchgard what it's waterproof fireproof Scotchgard. Oh K.. Jot they did have so they did have some kind of I have a sprinkler system. They had these like standpipes is what they were called with rocks like hoses on each floor. But that really did them no good in this situation situation so but anyway why am I telling you about all of this. Yes why bad because it ended up giving us most of the fire regulations. We have now now so of course things have been added since then but before this fire happened there were two other hotel fires. I think total were a ninety people. I think perished or ninety one but obviously this one was more than both of those combined. The incident was such a big deal. That President Truman at the time was like. Hey let's hold a conference and said down some regulations that everybody has to follow also side note. Did you know that like fire. Regulations differ by counties and states. I did not know that yes did not know that makes sense. Since he working construction. You would know that I was just about to say I you work for an equal. Division also makes sense. I'd be something that'd be decided by city or state all pretty similar but as far as the basics eighty six now you know your standards are pretty similar but it depends on what kind of mood the fire marshals on how picky. He's going to be when it comes to look at the building last comforting that well L.. It's true well. They ended up meeting. I say a bunch of people ended up meeting and I think it was a march of forty seven saying saying like these are the standards we need to follow for fire regulations so they took into account things like building material used architecture and design legislation legislation. As far as like what goes into the decision. Did I say legislation legislation. I was wondering thing about that. I'm like she's talking about registering the building registration or legislation legislation but the next words and their ex post facto. OCTO and I was like I'm not GonNa say that my brain was trying to ignore that and say legislation at the same time ex post faxes ex post facto CTO. Basically that means whenever you have a really old building it has to be to current fire standards so going in and updating old buildings which people apparently had a really really big issue with and I did not know that come on be safe please. I'm not crazy about it but you know it's fine. I just feel safe but yeah so oh real. Oh quick before we move onto like the ghost ghost. There was a Georgia tech graduate student. Who ended up winning a Pulitzer Prize in photography for his Snapshot Upshot White Woman Mid Air after jumping from the eleventh floor during the he's Ramblin wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of a photographer? Her apparently the North Avenue Trade School had some artsy people. Well so daisy. B mccumber survived her jump and ended up passing away in nineteen eighteen ninety two at the ripe old age of eighty six. You go daisy. Be She sustained a broken back pelvis and both legs and over a ten year period of time she underwent seven surgeries surgeries and lost a leg. Holy Moly yeah but apparently she still worked until her retirement so good for her. Get it daisy. Yes so all of this started because we passed at that hotel and I had heard about it in passing and I was like ooh i WanNa do something haunted. Let's pick something local that we can go to the south. A lot of things are haunted. We said in its lane in Atlanta. Yeah wonder if they haven't availability for Saturday. No Bitch no which so stories. He's I didn't actually find much on Kgo stories about this place. Did we need to take your drink break so I can see if they have any real ability. and Are you forcing tiffany to take during prey coming. I mean that's a good deal I usually don't because I always forget about it. So yeah let's nonflammable water.

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"couple ladders" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"And with you in the studio tonight. It's Ian, Melanie, are you we've been talking about strikes specifically surrounding the protests. That's going to be happening by Uber drivers coming up on Wednesday morning in New York City and other cities across the United States as they are protesting. Uber going public with an IPO just a it's just a time for them to make their concerns heard. And they want to be treated like employee's, even though they're contractors, and there's even a a lawsuit in the UK that I believe was successful at making them seem as though they are there. I guess the U K decide. Siding that they are going to be considered employee's. If I'm mistaken on that. Correct. Me on that. Please the toll free numbers eight fifty five four fifty free but similar lawsuits in the United States have not been successful where US courts have decided. No, these are not employees. They don't meet any of the aspects of what employees is like compared to a contractor true under at least federal law. Right. New York might have more stringent laws about that. But Uber drivers are clearly contractors. Whereas there's a lot of people who are contractors. And it's like are you really? But we'll we'll just go with it. Because if it's everybody, and you know, this because you are tax professional Seve looked at you know, companies taxes, and you know, thing or tube out what defines an employee versus what defines a contract, and there's a lot of things that are kind of shady. But if the IRS doesn't catch you I mean, I've never worked. I've never done anybody's payroll. So I've never put them in that way. They kind of come to me. Already having ten ninety nine. But. What is the key distinction between an employee there? It's a balancing test. It's if you set your own hours, if you use your own tools requirements that car if you're assigned jobs rather than time periods. If you have more or less control over the way, the work is done. And like most contractors or actually contractors even though they're paid that way which is good because it's better for the employee and the employer because the contractor gets the whole amount. They don't have taxes taken out if they're they're contractor. Right. You get paid political. Hit harder than your ten forty. Not really really it's supposed to be that way. Okay. So you have extensive so I've an employee I might be actually incurring expenses that I only incur because of my work. So I might have a bigger data plan. I might have to buy all kinds of uniforms and boots. And whatever else I might have all these expenses. And mileage driving job sites, depending on how spread out your job sites. That can be pretty significant. Even though you're not. The IRS is lawful. Evil, and sometimes they overestimate how much things cost I think that the IRS mileage is over estimated, but you get to claim. It's if you're a contractor. Yes. Okay. Gotcha. So you can do as an employee as well. No. You can't no employees of delivery places that do that claim mileage on air. Yes. Livery for that. What is not even a space for that? But they do it. They are most certainly employee's. And I know at least two of them have done it in his guys. Removed starting this year. Employee's. Yes. I couldn't tell you. She's the expert on these things I haven't paid taxes thousand four so drivers are clearly contractors, at least the way, I don't know what they do in the UK within the US. Uber drivers are clearly contracts. So we can we can there's not really much more to say about the situation. But if you guys want to weigh in, callers, you're welcome to join the show. Let's go to Jay. He's calling from New Hampshire. Jay, you're on free talk live. Hello there. Guys. Yeah. One favorite roofers. Go ahead. All right. You know, how roofers? Get kind of get around, but this employee tax thing at least two states, I know to operations doing this. And for example, the workmen's comp rate is like twenty seven dollars fifty cents an hour or something for everyone hundred dollars, repair employees. Cal gonna competent roofer to actually show up to work that man worth like two thousand dollars a week that does this job. Mhm especially like in these particular jurisdiction, and what they so when you got to pay two thousand dollars a week. And then you gotta pay him twenty seven bucks twenty seven fifty on every hundred a lot of money. So I know a couple of companies it did is the basically the the company is going to go out of business because they couldn't afford to pay all their employees this workman's comp. So what they did was they set up as a some kind of corporation, and they're all owners of the corporation, and I'll have most of them have the same last name, which probably helps too. But basically turns into a few hundred thousand dollars a year in savings if they were to have to. It has a whole bunch of benefits to like, the roofing company owns all their cars and pick-up trucks. You know, everything there. All right off, for example of all these employees of the owners. Definitely and all kinds of ways there's all kinds of loopholes has sort of melanie's aware of for particular situations. What you're saying is even though these people, you know, would otherwise be considered to be employee's under most organizational structures. This one's different because they're allowing them to be owners of the company to some extent. What what is it like is it where the founder of the company has a large chunk of it? But then these guys have like one percent or like, how do they figure that? Well, so definitely the one company has fourteen guys and they all equal shares. And then the other one is a family and won't grandpa most of it. And you know, the grandkids and great grandkids on all their shares to outfits I'm aware of but they don't have to pay workman's comp. On the owner doesn't have to be, you know, put into workman's comp only employee. So if you own a landscaping company in in this area. I don't know if there's a true in all states, but one St. anyway, state's feeling landscaping company. You go out my want. You don't need that work with Tom. But the minute you have someone working for you that guy needs workman's comp and like some outfit like Massachusetts. They're not call those they actually up on the job site, and they wanna make sure you're paying workman's comp they roofers and landscapers a lot like in Boston Springfield mass. Like quite often, especially guy who's just at the pickup truck. You know, I'm gonna couple ladders tied to it. And he just you know, fixing someone's roof and got a kid helping them. They try to nail those guys like this helps because the company has to budget for workman's comp with every employee. But now they can budget to just pay these employees or the pay these people these co owners without paying them the workmen's comp meaning that they can pay them more technically, if they were charging the same amount instead of having to hold back some for workman's comp thinking just pay it out, but doesn't this also have maybe unintended consequences? Like, for instance, what if one of these co owners is lazy. What if what if they don't show up to work? I mean, how do they fire the co owner? I don't know how that works. But I thought you're going to get to the point let's say somebody falls two stories, and plus his whole body and crippled up, you know, now, they're not collecting workman's comp. You know? That's that's a lot of the issue. So what the what the roof in family? You know, these these are like super safety conscious and I've worked with them. They taught me how to roof. Super safety conscious because they know that they're not receiving workman comp. You know, most people hurt themselves. Yeah. I might be a bit more careful doing these jobs. If they knew that their livelihoods were literally on the line roofing is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. World. Have you looked at ten? It's usually like number one interesting. Yeah. I'm not terribly surprised by that statistic. I would be more surprising to see refer who was not say conscience because I'm sure I can follow and break my spine and never be able to walk again. But I'll get workman's comp. Yeah. I mean, I suppose there's probably just some something written into the provision of how the businesses organized that could allow them to remove an owner with enough co owners voting to, you know, vote that personnel or whatever. So it's an interesting work around. Jay, thanks for sharing that that's our Jane. He's our Wednesday night co host, but he won't be on this. You will be on this Wednesday night. I'll be hitting with Chris Chris regional year head rush show up as Mark and I head out to Tokyo, thanks for the call Jiang and more coming up here. Eight.

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"couple ladders" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Eight seven seven thirty three seven sixty six sixty six even though my final victory in week sixteen was rather fortunate as their economy raiders through back couple ladder roles than philly took it all the way that the house covered the number it was a winner was a four in one week 43 thirty seven of five on the air quite a turnaround let's in two thousand seventeen on the right now with a week seventeen addition of the law said a week here we go i walked winners i want people want to win is one thing i want you to for me what can we ha queasy when you're on your way now unfortunately more code this is going to be the last week where you guys can kinda have an impact on what games are going to pay because once we at the postseason it's simple off waqar games for divisional games the two championship games a super bowl this is the last week who can do this so let's take advantage and there's not a million games obviously no sunday night game because you don't have any one where it's winner in and boozer out but we have games that mean more than other games and that'll be a theme for today that's what i like to hear so let's get it started gave number one one we go to atlanta he got the panthers plus four at the falcons i like kale a lot in his post four build trust the atlanta falcons this to be an anti atlanta pick there are so many people waiting for a ladder put it all together waiting for that complete effort now they can kinda eradicate the notion of being a topsy turvy tape would've wynia because you're when you're in a playoff she tendency she get ready for next week still added of do so i'll get four points i'm getting a better defense on kennedy that still has an outside chance of winning the vision i had the sense keiron is going to be of this game like this is gonna come down to why i caruana wants to get momentum going into the post season and again four post defense against inconsistent team i'm going to take a carolina post four ain't game number one number two again you've been talking about a lot in this one will go to tennissee tuygan's need a victory to guarantee a playoff spot in two and a half host in.

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"couple ladders" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Year after year that measure network quality performance in the united states and they win this over and over again can year networks say that if you are stuck on the wrong network head over to rizon and get unstuck four off the beaten path the union army podcast travel suggest you you probably won't find any guidebook here's mine all right does this week we're going to tell you about a place that we visited cairo four or five years ago with all of our kids we kinda did a family vacation will we told a travel trailer behind our uh classb motor home and it's a mesa verde national park the key attraction there of course are the amazing archaeological clift dwellings of the ancestral pueblo people who lived in that area between six hundred thirteen 100 years ago in structures that were built within caves in under outcroppings in cliffs very elaborate uh construction and amazingly well preserved even today in fact the ruins at mesa verde are the largest archaeological preserve in the us and they're scattered across eighty one square miles the park was created in nineteen or six by president theodore roosevelt in there are lots of spots to see them an eu can even crawl through them that's what we did i don't know jennifer how hard was that do you think i guess you fear in reasonably good shape there's a couple ladders you have to climb right it was easy to get around here i mean if you have if you needed a a kaine or something i think our bureau you probably would not want to try it but it wasn't that harno investment because would you say it's easy is you know you don't break a sweat in only one hundred degree weather run and twenty miles but uh it it isn't that harden to don't worry about that in they have lots of you know they used to people coming through and i got places a sit in the shade gets pretty hot in the summer.

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"couple ladders" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Crux of this is is that they're their head coaches are allowed to in in position to insulate themselves and so they leverage those types of opportunistic is to create that insulation and and that's the most amazing thing to me right like you have a coach at their core are supposed to be instilling values in people and players right like like their teachers yes yeah yeah and one of the most important aspects in my opinion of that his personal accountability and personal responsibility and you just continue lease see coaches endless use rick potatoes the example because it's constant with him where he able to insulate himself from these infractions and he's putting the responsibility of personal accountability on these people beneath him in a sense that people who are trying to war couple ladder to get to be there is dead coaching ranks and so they're leverage against it it's the sort of what are you supposed to do you wanna be able to take on all these different things to prove your worth within that ecosystem that you understand what you're doing put you in position that you could be fired or led go worse arrested so i mean it's just it's just such a tough position i hate that within the sports media landscape it's like we just sept these just absurd excuses from these coaches wet at their horror like they are the purveyors of the culture and they at their core as coaches should be teaching and exhibiting characteristics of personal accountability when it comes to these things are great other that's why patino talks about he'll be exonerated he's responsible for creating the culture of its programme let me be clear on this the ford guys and anybody else in these fbi documents what they're accused of if that's true of course they're wrong ecorse that's personal accountability of course that something they didn't have to do of course those were they're mistakes and i've done a bright orange bright owning anything i'm not saying oh they didn't have a choice of course they a choice you don't have to accept bribes these guys are making three four two thousand dollars but i am saying is are there situations where these coaches and others like them acted on their own sure our there's money to be made but to assume that every situations is disconnected from the coach and most these coaches are why i think that's unfair and i think it's kind of to.

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"couple ladders" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"couple ladders" Discussed on KGO 810

"You know like oh for to the end of the year throw to so then photos like i'm losing my mind you know i'm mike and i just the throughout the got to me i was just like these oh and and you know roto is like frida really just take a couple ladder yeah involved late in the how old is i know gurley did you you use off and like the i read dave didn't go to my instagram yesterday though david you look at my instagram history addie compare man i not looking years all your and i missed quite possibly one of the greatest instagram snapped shed social media posts of all time it there i did the you know you guys had asked needed to do something for the international women's day so i did the free to at the lta hotel hallway it was going i'm going with epic to the point last night ethan that i had the download snaps had on my found because i didn't have like they don't care about it because after wanted to face swapped with you as preaching if you're eight year old son wanted to face off with me has frida by the way i'm very handsome was yeah that's it brilliant people were confused about their feelings about you asked you go for beautiful.

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