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"cownie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"The new certain songs if you're on the radio and he was from new jersey kind of at the moment that i call my john landauer out here using for the very first high probably like a lot of people generation was born in the usa and it believe it or not. It was a song that now. That i've gotten into bruce probably wouldn't even have in my top sixty if not even hundred but it was covering me. Believe it or not. This is amazing. This is bruce springsteen then we. I started listening to it. Darling cownie at borneo say obviously downtown of this amazing music What what appealed to me. I probably did use these words. Stand by is probably what i was thinking. mature enough while you had if you remember that my high school years was also the big hair metal as right where when that that and a lot of that music was what are called about was sex writer respect this was about the guy chasing the bidding gather yet. I saw highgate. My dad was a blue collar guy. I saw him get up every day. Go to work and come home late. Dirty clothes in his dirty boots was very relatable and it was like he was i so many of the who's speaking to me. This was breakfast message. Debate end i remember our More morales Listening to bore and interestingly arabic brocade. Let's let's start at the beginning at every people will have this when i cook greetings on it was so different born in the usa. I was blown away this same artist and it just it just a bad moment i say it was. It was a love affair. That's awesome for for thirty years. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode. Is set.
"cownie" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Hotel room. Suite dash escapes dot com. And you can follow her on instagram. Which is sweet escape. I follow there. You go yeah. Up actually hooked us up in and connected us with a with for the sites sites networking thing. Yeah that's right. Yeah had a whole of her on there and she'll hook you up with friends and family so it. How is it with you. And i were talking before about having a place out there like there's some people that love having people that have rental homes and those like the locals that out there for a longer than twelve years. Don't like what's your experience with that. So yeah i mean you run into some of the locals. And i got some neighbors of these properties that are like men up very anti short term rental right because they view it as you guys are coming in and you're renting Hardly ignore yeah you read these places to bachelorette parties in. They're making all kinds of noise on friday and saturday nights in your causing all kinds of mayhem. So they don't like it right some of them but the people that understand that the income that's drawn as glaspie cownie. The i mean the amount of money that the that place is bringing in due to short term rentals is insane amount of taxes. I have to pay based on those three properties. Zinn saying do you know so. I mean it's you know for. I do feel a little bit for the original locals that were born and raised there because eighties the air even like actually i've befriended my one neighbor in the very first property. He was born and raised and still lives in the same house. But he's my friend. He invited me and we are going kristen. My wife and i are going to his wedding. And i love it that's all. Cmo's are long out there. And we pay them and he takes care of me during the freeze. He was going into my house and running water and making sure it wasn't freezing and all that so he took care of me. Take him i. We gave them our whole house for a week in october. Which is a high period october. Go as it's just after. October fest out there and we're like You take this house..
"cownie" Discussed on This Land
"Upper midwest american indian center did two things hennepin county. Hadn't i they helped robin apply for a foster license robbins. Old convictions had already been expunged. But because of a clerical error one still popped up upper midwest made a few phone calls ironed it out and once all the paperwork got turned on. Robin was approved and second. They shared at that important detail with robbins tribe. The detail was robin. Dutt form letter. Hennepin county sent to white earth. Didn't mention that. A white earth citizen was seeking custody of her grandchild. That was an illegal on hennepin. County's part they just did the bare minimum. Once worth learned that one of their citizens was fighting to keep her grandchild. They intervened and that's when everything changed. That's because now pipers case was an equa case. Great who's the best thing that ever happened. New social workers were assigned to the case social workers trained equa and suddenly the same cownie that had been fighting robin for years started supporting her wider th nation hennepin county and robin all agreed that robin should adopt piper. But danielle and jason clifford did not they sued hennepin county and robbins adoption of piper was put on hold. I knew she was with the clifford's they had her for a year and a half and they were biton. The equa in they went. Stop in the fight. Got ugly more.
"cownie" Discussed on Our Body Politic
"Georgia state representative be win represent part of metro atlanta house district eighty nine. The seat previously held by stacey abrams. She spent time in the legislature working to protect voting rights. And now she's running to be georgia's top election official secretary of state. Welcome to our body. Politic representative win. Thank you so much for having me on on this show. We've really tried to follow voting rights carefully including georgia And have interviewed people. Like n say vote now. The current georgia secretary of state brad raffles for is a republican. And he stood up to pressure from the trump administration When they falsely claimed that the georgia results were rigged now. He's being primary by a trump supporter but if he wins the primary. How do you plan to explain to voters why you're better suited to hold office than someone who did stand up against those allegations. Having worked at general assembly. I have witnessed in gone to with our current secretary of state who is embracing senate bill two. Oh two and so what we see. Here is the secretary of state that is a double speaker on one hand. He says that we had a secure election in the state of georgia on the other hand he is supporting senate bill to to and supporting this attempt to take over our fulton county elections board. I was one of the many jordan's in many americans who was holding my breath last year. Watching to see what our secretary of state was going to do and he did uphold the law. And i breathe Relief but the reality is we deserve better. We can have better. We should not be put in this position. The dynamics in this georgia race are absolutely complex in very much. A part of the national picture. And from what. I understand representative. Jody hice who's backed by donald trump is leading in fundraising with you second. How do you view the influence of former president trump on this race. You know. I think that the former president has radicalized. The republican base know. I think we're in a really dangerous position and wayne you think about. Somebody like jodi high-speed potentially becoming our secretary of state he could wreak havoc do a lot of damage to our state. And whether or not you're a republican or a democrat or independent or politically interested. I think all americans agree that we need somebody who is going to protect our democracy and jody hice is not that person. Obviously you believe in organizing but you've also said that you can't out organize voter suppression. What did you mean by that. What we're seeing now is the type of laws are put into place. There is no recourse. it doesn't matter if we show up at the polls and outvote the other side of the aisle when you put into place the opportunities for the state to take over the election boards or for people to overturn the results of the election. You simply cannot out organized. That and the one thing that i think is critically important is it is not the responsibility. Black and brown. In asian voters in organizers to overcome what we are seeing the reason we worked so hard to send bite into the white house. The reason we worked so hard to send senator often senator are off to the. Us senate is so that we would have a democratic controlled body that could pass federal protections for us in for other states who are facing the same challenges that we are in. The reality is to ask those people to outward is is not just it is unjust in nature is unrealistic estate. And we just can't do it. And you also have been active on the national stage. You are part of a cohort of one hundred fifty state lawmakers from thirty states who showed up in d. c. to urge senators to act on voting rights legislation. Did you see any results from that. To see lawmakers across the country stand in solidarity with texas lawmakers release shows that we are in a critical juncture in. We can't let this go. I think for me as a sitting state rap having just gone through this intensive session in georgia and us feeling like we battled as hard as we could to prevent senate bill to to. We actually don't have the same laws in texas where we would have been able to break a corum but watching the taxes lawmakers make that decision that was incredibly bold really inspires a lot of us to recognize that we are in it together. We're looking at taxes florida arizona. Selena and recognizing that we have to be all hands on deck to support Lawmakers and people in all of those states the democratic party right now obviously has many different factions in constituencies but there are definitely a bunch of progressive generally younger democratic women who are on the national local and regional stages and there is a bit of attention between what is considered the current guard or the old guard and the new guard. How do you deal with the factionalization within the party. It is healthy for a party to have diversity within its own memberships. I mean that is how you cultivate. New ideas in. That is how you build upon the diversity of the party. It's not just gender in raising nationality but we are a big tent party. And i think that is important in terms of how you deal with it. I mean you know we are a state that has to be united the commonality that we will have going forward in twenty twenty two is. Do we want to protect our democracy or do we not in. If we want to protect our democracy that we have to be a unified front. I wanted to touch on another issue that we've covered which is the wave of anti asian hatred Including killings and. We're five months past the shootings in the atlanta area. That killed eight people including six women of asian descent. How are you processing this as a representative. And what do you want to see happen. Both on the state and national stages the karma avenue atlanta hit so close to home and it was so brutal and violent in horrific in. I think there are lots of feelings that are mired up in that You know we know that. Charity cownie chose not to proceed with a hate crime charge and you know regardless of whether or not the hate crimes is recognized through the judicial system. A hate crime is intended to terrorize an entire community of people and the perpetrator did achieve that. But the other thing is oftentimes when we see crimes that are this brutal in nature are we rely solely on the judicial system and aftermath to deliver what we perceive to be accountability or we perceive to be justice but the reality is justice can only happen when we dismantle those systems. That allowed such an atrocious act to occur in the first place and one of the things that i hope. Moving forward is that the media doesn't a much better job of telling the story of the victims and not.
"cownie" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Wynette cownie and there are some similarities kind of but not really and it was really just the not not laughing at this is obviously tragic both of these murders but the only thing that's leading anybody to say this is a quote unquote serial killer first of all i. If i'm not mistaken been two deaths. Do not a serial killer make right. I think it requires at least three if you're correct and the original post Purporting or proposing the idea of a serial killer cited a third homicide in norcross which is north of the atlanta area on law enforcement Law enforcement debunked That third murder right. And as far as i can tell some of the initial lake A lot of this stuff was spread through viral. You know instagram stories. In reposted things like a twitter user by the name of baby face killa posted a screen shot saying apparently there's a serial killer on the loosen atlanta. This is so scary and then Like an exclamation mark triangle. Like a warning sign. This is very serious. You've all heard about the piedmont park murder shirley but now. Fbi stepping in on the case pointing to the possibility of a serial being on the loose nato and surrounding areas crime. Innate seattle is not uncommon but these are She was killed when the killer stayed for a while. Mutilating the body in very twisted ways trigger. Warning in this is definitely a trigger warning and then this this post goes on to describe some very specific. Grisly mutilations that supposedly were done to to this corpse Including things like slicing off body parts and eyelids and all of that and then reversed in their body. That was found in stone mountain. Which is a bedroom community of. Atlanta goes on to say the reason the only way of identifying the body of the piedmont where some tattoos is because of the gruesome sick way she was mutilated. Reports of another female body are coming in this morning from norcross. And that's the one you talked about so we know about multiple stab wounds. You know in the piedmont park incidents but none of the mutilations that are being described have been confirmed by police. Ben if what what else have you read. And what if anything are connecting these three cases and is it really just internet hearsay and people trying to spread. Then there there are some other tweets to that are saying similar things again I mentioned on this week's a strange new segment heart of the issue goes to very well intention tendencies toward pattern recognition which after after a certain threshold become pattern creation. Obviously people are frightened Piedmont park has had its share of crime over the years. But i believe according to official sources. This is the first homicide in the park in more than a decade. The the story itself grabbed a lot of people's attention because this is This is a part of the this part of the city that is considered a walkable. You know people pay a premium to live there and walking. Your dog park is something that anybody should be able to do safely The idea of mutilation. I haven't been able to confirm yet a but the police did describe the scene of the crime as gruesome. They did confirm it was A matter of multiple stab wounds at least in the case of catherine janice also also unfortunately cameras in the area including cameras at the entrance. Piedmont park where apparently not working at the time which adds further Further speculation here and people are looking for answers. At this point we have to admit that Multiple homicides per year do occur in atlanta as well as in many other major metropolitan areas in the united states. The family this survivors of janice laying tori laying. Being the person who as you said was also murdered in stone mountain. They find these rumors. Disheartening i if the if well intentioned but what we also see here is the. There's a part of that post. I really appreciate you. Reading a regarding the fbi's involvement at this point. It looks like it looks like local police In gwinnett county and in fulton are saying there's no connection between the murders and it looks like they're also They're also stating that. There is no compelling evidence of a serial killer operating at this time but but this gets back into the idea of true crime and how important is for us to to have as many facts at hand as possible before making statements like this because serial killers are a relatively rare phenomena. Despite what hollywood would have us believe and Whether or not there was a a single assailant involved here the fact of the matter is that these women are dead and there needs to be moved to bring these folks to justice so while it may it may make people more likely to pay attention to a story if they believe there is a serial killer of foot the the hard fact of the matter is that someone multiple people probably committed murder. They got away and we don't know When or how old they will be apprehended. And there's a good argument to be made. I would say knoll that anything that brings more awareness to this is helpful. More people are alert. More people are thinking twice about their personal safety. But also i don't know man i'm on. I'm concerned about this. Because i wonder. Do you feel like this moves into the realm of exploitation or is this just simply people reposting news with the best intentions talking about these specific Injuries that appear to have been just pulled from like imagination of someone who's maybe watched one too many saw movies That to me is Exploitation give Is a way of getting off by watching people freak out you know of of rumor-mongering and feeling like it's some kind of like you know power move or something you know unless unless there's something that they don't want us to know at the at the end okay. The fbi is involved but that can mean a lot of things. I will say that is a little bit suspicious because typically we've got the georgia bureau of investigation and if it wasn't something more serious the gbi i would probably be handling it but again if unless there really is someone covering up any details about these These mutilations it surely does feel like that someone that just kind of getting sick thrill out of freaking people out but who knows you know. I mean it's very similar to posts..
"cownie" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"The entire world thing like chris chris. Unit talked about this. 'cause i remember when i was driving my daughter to summer school. I call jim. We talked for a while and bill. I don't know if i've told you this. But i do think kind of quote unquote unfairness. There's nothing that happened. Twenty years ago in any one of the three of us lives that we probably wouldn't do different today just with more knowledge technology etc. So i by that point. I mean you know. Like when did the epa even get farmed like what the sixty knees. I mean you know. There's certainly the love canal abuse. You're old enough. I was after day after the santa barbara channel. Out at sixty nine unocal right news was under nixon. I mean it was yeah. It was a conservative republican president. Richard nixon Who did many things but yeah he. He was responsible for the pa. So i will say this crystal about the texas water. Port like so had some conversations with texas waterboard regarding their determinations under principles by how they determine it and one of the thing that really gets me as they say. Well frank cownie because we don't really monitor the wrestler but the well we're counting we do s.'s. Twenty-four is literally a hundred yards to the ward county line. Which is kind of ironic that they're saying well we got. We know our our our subsurface model online for county shows the rustler ending it like three hundred feet and the county line shows it and get like fifteen hundred seats and i reminded them that in nineteen fifty five. They ran electric logs in the open hole. They have a gamma rate and a neutron log in the open since nineteen fifty five in the last. I checked the geology. Hasn't changed since nineteen fifty five. So either you have jealous who are too damn lazy to read the logs or you decided that your model didn't need input of more data points right so when i called him out on it then they came back to the. Oh yeah oh yeah you're right we do have Goslar from five. Yeah you know our water. Determination of three hundred seventy five chevron was claiming was waterboard termination. Now now it's six hundred feet so again you know i don't mean to totally call out the rotation. I know they got a lot of stuff. And a lot of districts on equal right. But when i go back and look at this stuff and look the inconsistencies. The w three and nineteen ninety-five shows. The waterboard was five. Eighty chevron somehow gets waterboard letter says three seventy five call it on the road commission and they did what they almost always do which is deepen it said they. They deepened into six hundred feet. So i'm a bit oswald in the data sequence of things how so many different parties working on the different data model and then i would say in the field as well with original gulf oil wells chevron new gulf oil designs sixteen seventy eight or sixteen inch by nine and five eighths that there was no in hell that they lifted men on the original nine. Five eight men job to cover the sixteen in at one hundred fifty five feet. There's no there's no way. So these were never top circulated wells and never got some returns back on the nine to five it therefore during the plug and abandoned if you truly believed in the water board and you truly believe in recovery aches you would have had to go in and cut full the seven inch long string the production during go back into your intermediate chew holes in the nine and five eighths squeeze up sixteen inch did chevron do that during the plug. Abandonment were or discussion of entry for the waterboard helmet. So i gotta say this that if you have an operator who suddenly said hey. I'm all about to protect the groundwater and this is what we do. We're going to have them right by integrity especially on. Es g mode. But then i go back and look at your history of well. Where was your plans to reenter any sixteen inch designs. Allow those are repugnant. Let shed i. Don't care if it's plugging abandoned fifties of its plugging. Abandoned rog. failed to provide isolation on waterboard. Then where's the state of texas enforcing re entry of these wells to to provide adequate isolation edification of long term isolation of the water table. So both the railroad commission and the operators are complicit in saying one thing on one side of the mouth. Oh yeah we're here to set surface casing and protect the groundwater all cost and then turnarounds but they'll wells won't okay. We don't have to do that. yeah now. I don't think like i guess from my experience that i've seen like i've never personally ever. My dealings witnessed any amount of complacency when it comes to groundwater contamination. I mean if there's anything that like every regulatory body i've ever found it's extremely wary of it's always groundwater tim nation in great point. Let's talk about the for just a second. So in december when they have applauded yes twenty. Days cuts cuts here on the location going with yesterday's twenty in the water flowing. Thousand one a barrel minute. Fourteen hundred barrels. A day five thousand barrels of water hawk hauled off from the surface spill. Not counting what actually went into the soil itself into the water table. Fifty three feet. Where would chevron plan for going monitoring wells and surface remediation of all the debt mistakes ziemba one and yet they tell me on the twenty four bed after we get done. After the monitoring period super plug out the coming into drill monitoring wells and do all the so remediation a- long-term operator cleanup program entry Foods data taxes to maintain the estes twenty four location from spill. But yet they didn't reports ashley anything all about yesterday's twenty blocks december so what changed in five months internally within chevron suddenly the estes twenty four gets higher quality cleanup and better plans and actions after the event where the status twenty which for all intents latest want to shove it on the table and not talk about it. I mean i get that. I i guess you know the end of the day though. Right we're saying like are you say we've got a nineteen point two per gallon gradient fourteen hundred feet right so there's only one scenario creates that which is humans injecting water rate like you don't have naturally occurring nineteen point two albert bell ingredients without Rate so we have. Genetic pressure added that formation. You've got you've got Pressure being added of course water flood zone right. And somehow you're channeling fourteen hundred feet new basically pressured So like within the realm of like responsible. Actions like okay. So now you know within some tax of nearby well injections than you've got somewhere where it's communicating right. And so so one me like. I looked at the production on that offset field. It's basically nothing like it's almost dead like why is the simplest answer. Not just to like go. Just shut that down. I mean if you're saying like within the context of thirty barrels a day like if you have a A true concerned. You have evidence that you know. There's possible communication within zones. I wouldn't think that it would be a you know the craziest thing to go to pets or to You know get the railroad commission. Basically put an order on seen it happen. In texas where added disposal well is creating casing leagues in producing zones are sorry in production casing offset wells and they shut it in So like within. That possibility doesn't seem like that would be the hardest thing to accomplish through the railroad commission or directly with pets rate. You would think so. But that's not the case. They played so far. So is really interesting is that i. I don't think chevron told i don't we're.
"cownie" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Learning more about arrested yesterday when the FBI revealed, , what they say was a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor, , rhetoric Whitmer the state file terrorism charges against members of a local right wing. Croup. . . Local television station, , W., , X. M I in West Michigan reports back in May one of the men charged the state's attorney general appeared on stage at an anti whitmer protesting grand rapids with the sheriff of nearby Berry. . Cownie was a guest speaker reporter at that Station interviewed the sheriff who I said he wasn't very familiar with the case, , but then seemed to take a pretty striking position for a law enforcement officer. . Being on stage of the guy who's now being charged in a plot to kidnap the. . It's just a charge and they say a plot to kidnap and you gotta remember that are they trying to kidnap because a lot of people are angry with the governor and? ? They, want , her arrested. . So are they trying to arrest or was it a kidnapping attempt because you can still Michigan if it's a felony, , you can make a felony arrest and I think it's MC l. seven, , six, , four, , point four or something like that point five somewhere on there. . And it doesn't say if you're elected office that you're exempt from that arrest. . So. . I have to look at it from that angle and I'm hoping that's more what it is. . In fact, , the these guys are innocent till proven guilty. . So I'm not even sure if they had any part in it. . Okay. . The men arrested <hes> that he was one of whom he was in a picture with at a rally <hes> appear to have been embedded in a larger movement both online and in real life of extremists that have been targeting the governor Michigan. . NBC. . News reporter Ben Collins has a piece today that explores all of those connections and he joins me now ben I I just want to get your. . Reaction I mean that you know the sheriff saying look maybe they were just trying to make a citizen's arrest and actually that's fine because I've looked at the state law and the State Law says you can. . It doesn't matter if you're elected official was a little striking but made me think that maybe this was something that had been in the discourse among the kinds of people who've been protesting the governor. . This people 'cause play as going to kidnap people all the time. . It's hard to know when exactly they're serious they talk about this frequently in fact, , in these texts, , they didn't just have a vague plan to arrest arrested personally citizen's arrests are, , which is also home. . Alicia thing in driver Wisconsin where they thought you would have a trial and another guy said, , hey, , why don't we just go to our front door shooter? ? That's the sort of rhetoric that they were talking with. . This was that guy is not correct is not a living in reality with the rest of us because you know he he has a compatriot, , they're basically in these militia movements are trying to not just organized with each other but organized with local police to create a a a movement with within themselves. . They do this on social media do this real life at these rallies it's very dangerous and something that we're seeing constantly authored the essays. . Yeah, there's , been. . There's been real alarm bells rung about sort of the the law enforcement and extremists. . Intermingling or extremists inside law enforcement the at a piece about the oath keepers which is. . One of those groups, , what are you? ? What have we learned about these these individuals who are who've been accused and charged in this particular case and what they're kind of worldview was. . Sure. . So there from a hodgepodge of various different militias, , <unk> conspiracy movements that happened on the Internet now. . There's an umbrella term for this called the Bugaku. . Now out, , the Google comes from a fortune meam or ten is an extremist website in the boo blue comes from the term civil war to electric Google sounds like a joke sounds very funny or whatever. . It's not. . This is a very serious thing. . <hes> militia movements have used this to recruit in these extreme spaces and on facebook as well <hes>, , and they take people who are just like gun communities or a libertarian communities in try to gain the algorithm to get people into these spaces. . So a couple of these people were seen wearing Hawaiian church. . Google blue outfit. . If you will <hes> two of them were actually at this liberate Michigan protests that happened a few months ago. . The president tweeted liberate Michigan. . Then there were these people on the you at the capital. . Two of those people were at that exact. . So. . This is a real life movement. . It's an online movement in certain converging right now. . Look Chris. . I think, , let's say the quiet part of your worries. . This is not going to go away in in November and December it's going to get more and more dangerous in the more people you talk to who are extremism researchers realized that it's at fever pitch right now people are ramping up very excess. . So we're all very scary. . Frankly we're we're in this purgatory were about to see things <unk> really hoping we're we're not about see things happening, , but they keep talking about it in these in these faces thankfully now, , they're going to be some arrests. .
6 alleged militia members arraigned on terrorism charges
"Learning more about arrested yesterday when the FBI revealed, what they say was a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor, rhetoric Whitmer the state file terrorism charges against members of a local right wing. Croup. Local television station, W., X. M I in West Michigan reports back in May one of the men charged the state's attorney general appeared on stage at an anti whitmer protesting grand rapids with the sheriff of nearby Berry. Cownie was a guest speaker reporter at that Station interviewed the sheriff who I said he wasn't very familiar with the case, but then seemed to take a pretty striking position for a law enforcement officer. Being on stage of the guy who's now being charged in a plot to kidnap the. It's just a charge and they say a plot to kidnap and you gotta remember that are they trying to kidnap because a lot of people are angry with the governor and? They, want her arrested. So are they trying to arrest or was it a kidnapping attempt because you can still Michigan if it's a felony, you can make a felony arrest and I think it's MC l. seven, six, four, point four or something like that point five somewhere on there. And it doesn't say if you're elected office that you're exempt from that arrest. So. I have to look at it from that angle and I'm hoping that's more what it is. In fact, the these guys are innocent till proven guilty. So I'm not even sure if they had any part in it. Okay. The men arrested that he was one of whom he was in a picture with at a rally appear to have been embedded in a larger movement both online and in real life of extremists that have been targeting the governor Michigan. NBC. News reporter Ben Collins has a piece today that explores all of those connections and he joins me now ben I I just want to get your. Reaction I mean that you know the sheriff saying look maybe they were just trying to make a citizen's arrest and actually that's fine because I've looked at the state law and the State Law says you can. It doesn't matter if you're elected official was a little striking but made me think that maybe this was something that had been in the discourse among the kinds of people who've been protesting the governor. This people 'cause play as going to kidnap people all the time. It's hard to know when exactly they're serious they talk about this frequently in fact, in these texts, they didn't just have a vague plan to arrest arrested personally citizen's arrests are, which is also home. Alicia thing in driver Wisconsin where they thought you would have a trial and another guy said, hey, why don't we just go to our front door shooter? That's the sort of rhetoric that they were talking with. This was that guy is not correct is not a living in reality with the rest of us because you know he he has a compatriot, they're basically in these militia movements are trying to not just organized with each other but organized with local police to create a a a movement with within themselves. They do this on social media do this real life at these rallies it's very dangerous and something that we're seeing constantly authored the essays. Yeah, there's been. There's been real alarm bells rung about sort of the the law enforcement and extremists. Intermingling or extremists inside law enforcement the at a piece about the oath keepers which is. One of those groups, what are you? What have we learned about these these individuals who are who've been accused and charged in this particular case and what they're kind of worldview was. Sure. So there from a hodgepodge of various different militias, conspiracy movements that happened on the Internet now. There's an umbrella term for this called the Bugaku. Now out, the Google comes from a fortune meam or ten is an extremist website in the boo blue comes from the term civil war to electric Google sounds like a joke sounds very funny or whatever. It's not. This is a very serious thing. militia movements have used this to recruit in these extreme spaces and on facebook as well and they take people who are just like gun communities or a libertarian communities in try to gain the algorithm to get people into these spaces. So a couple of these people were seen wearing Hawaiian church. Google blue outfit. If you will two of them were actually at this liberate Michigan protests that happened a few months ago. The president tweeted liberate Michigan. Then there were these people on the you at the capital. Two of those people were at that exact. So. This is a real life movement. It's an online movement in certain converging right now. Look Chris. I think, let's say the quiet part of your worries. This is not going to go away in in November and December it's going to get more and more dangerous in the more people you talk to who are extremism researchers realized that it's at fever pitch right now people are ramping up very excess. So we're all very scary. Frankly we're we're in this purgatory were about to see things really hoping we're we're not about see things happening, but they keep talking about it in these in these faces thankfully now, they're going to be some arrests.
"cownie" Discussed on Natural Curiosity
"Dinamo I really liked her a lot. I go over something that that you guys might. Just overlooked. So lady loose says I am a really good interviewer. But she doesn't like the technology part. So she does what she does and hires out the rest. So that's my favorite quote. Do what you do best and farm out the rest. Jody, said, she's fine with the technology so she's doing both. Actually, she may get to the point where she's too busy to do the technology part and she do what she does best which is interviewing. For, right now she's doing it all herself saves money and it does take more time. So when you do all the technology yourself, it does take more time. But. If you're just starting out and you don't have that much money and you in your thinking, you know I've got to do it all myself. That's fine. If you're good with the technology, then that's a great way to go and I'm sure Jodi would be happy to. Help. You overcome the fear like she did because that's were sweet spot. Goodness. We have three comments over here. Better see what people are saying. Oh. Okay. So Tina says that outsourcing isn't ingredient of brilliance. So I will agree with that. Tina, not everybody can in the very beginning, they have to start out doing everything themselves all those hats talked about. However Sometimes people like me I still do everything myself. I don't know. However. I have used lady lose talent in connecting with people. She loves to schedule everyone with their show. She gets to know people that's her talent. She loves people and getting to the nitty gritty about what it is that they do what's their sweet spot and she talks to them and pulls it out of him. And so I'm I'm I'm like happy. She's happy doing what she's doing I'm happy doing what I'm doing. So even if it's not a money thing you may want to. Either hire somebody or let loose of some part of your business. Oh Tina says, this is another good one. If one can't pay five strategic partners and barter accent Marian you are such a great example of helping people that need to source out because you can do the producing and you can kind of take that headache away Yeah. That's right. She did from me. Yeah Okay. So we've talked a little bit about creating your own thing out of your talents out of your passion, but maybe you need some quicker money. Okay. I understand that maybe you just got laid off and you you need a job right now you don't have time to be looking for something. So talk about a couple of opportunities that we have found over the last week jody I'm Gonna I'm GonNa ask you to tell them about two things. One is the elections coming up and the other one is something you're looking into. Tell us tell us more. Well on the hooping poll worker. I have been a poll worker in the elections and it is a really great opportunity. It's we have to go through certain training, which is about maybe four hours they say it is, and then you get certified and this I'm talking about Harass Cownie in Houston Texas because I don't know this might be broadcast in other cities etcetera. I can say that being poll worker is a great gig. It's obviously short-term either it's four early election and war.
"cownie" Discussed on Pwned: The Information Security Podcast
"Them. You know that there's no hardware or software that's going to solve that problem and it, but it is a cybersecurity issue you could have. You could I mean if he if he did have the depending on the system because there are so many you know where? You do have some sort of traffic tabulation, and so maybe that is that is gapped. You know there is some sort of air gap e you need a VPN, you know credentials to attack something you know there's Some sort of authentication. You know, but it's those it's the hosts running it. Are If the. If, we're running the election they show with a laptop right and that laptop is ultimately used a they plug that in their able to send data or they're the machine. The machine itself tabulates information sends that to a database. Whatever you like Toronto? is inside. that. That system. You have to then look at the I'm your your attack surfaces is massive right? You're you're in you're in a public place you're making your ass, you have to ask the question. WHO's watching that? You know who's who has access to this when we're there? Is there credential sharing? The hardened so that you know they can't go and check their g mail in at the end of the night when you have all the people that are slowly coming in, you know to to vote. The did you did you lock it? When you walked away you know to to use the bathroom you know any? Kind of classic. Thanks again. Basic security stuff. Yeah I mean that laptop that interfaces with some aspect of the election systems psycho doesn't doesn't actually wouldn't actually be able to be used A. Change votes right and I. Used to access systems You know that could be taken off line and then all of a sudden he can't Tabulate everything. That's systems downs. Classic CIA you know the confidentiality integrity and availability now of can't access the systems they're not available. you don't know if the data was manipulated because have any auditing and. You don't know who has access to it. So it's not confidential. For say. Those those breakdowns and I and I think those those kind of ideas. When you look at like the idea of just one election is with freedom and democracy. You don't WanNa Google. Didn't look at it like that like common like you like you need a blow barrier of entry. Yeah and and you hear about all those articles that say things like no-one. no-one commits voter fraud or something such a small percentage it never happens. You hear about those studies and it again, it comes back to like having having the database right something that sets audible. You know who who can change what what we're all those systems come together at that. The makes it tricky. It's not to say, I mean I mean it could be it was time with disruption and disinformation right? If you had some sort of coordinator. WHO Is Coordinating the. Election in a local facility in Cownie. And their email was compromised and then they email everyone that says, hey, guys. Something happened. We gotta change locations and everyone shows up at different spots and they tried to call this number instead of this number and. I'm kind of projecting and speculating. But then all of a sudden. Everyone's told the show up at building ex but people that were actions for some show the building why no one knew about that? and. Now you lose an hour or two of of voting, right? So you think about like this kind of weird things that could be manipulated in the physical world and and how could. You know from from the digital world you know as I. Think is what comes back to and that's kind of where you know he's into another point of like people that are familiar with local science and the policy. Those policy leaders who are managing those systems. You know they're they're not necessarily technical expert on on on those those aspects with their interface side, those technical systems that's the case for everyone you know in the twenty first century, you have people using. Technology that can do all sorts of Hamas. As more computing power than than the first. Computer that went to the move, right right. So walking around with it. Yeah we're just walking around with it and then it's not to say they were going to the moon to there. I don't want to say that because that's that's ridiculous. But it's just kind of the the kind of sentiment there. Right that if you. Directing these and they don't really understand it from a technical perspective. They may not understand how they could be manipulated or abuse and. Those nuances of social things where people say. Well you know I I. Trust Everything I. Hear from right Emmett on question it. Because never had to because the system has never changed. Right. So so why would it? Someone can insert that trust and abuse it. And you know what? What do they yield? Who knows right right going back to the twitter you know the the twitter hacker. Accident Accounts there was clearly. Some. Sort of trust abuse somewhere or someone like yeah. That's that's fine like whatever whatever. Whatever was that's fine and. They do that and they didn't question it. That's that's I. Mean that's my concern too. Is that you have digital systems and people don't not training thing, right? I mean is it is training. It is always training at the end of the day. But it's having. It's having the people that are are qualified for that new front. Because those people are not going to be necessarily the same people that are Qualified or understand. All the other parts of the election in the innocent the system in in human you know organic and an technical perspective right I want I don't WanNa. I referred to say the word system a few times the election is very organic. It's not just you know Ethernet cables and. Know. firmware and. Meet bags walking. Responsibilities. And so that's that's you know that's important to. Know right in understand. So you know what I think ends up happening is that with a lot of disinformation campaigns Depend on like the rush trolls in the in the. BOTs. And those kinds of ideas you have people that are going to kind of jump jump jump in on..
"cownie" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"But it wasn't so challenging doesn't sound like. Wasn't you challenging now? So one thing that I was really important to me besides age component right is that I hear all the time how hard it is to deals in New York, you know the number one complaint is that attorney is trying to kill deals Yep. You want to expand on that. I mean, we don't really have too many issues with that. We get a lot of contracts on in person as well. So we do go through attorneys, but you know when we put, we put down ten percent sometimes on an EMT. So the attorneys know that we're legitimate we're looking to close or buyers looking close but quickpoint. So in the beginning the problem was, yes, we had some we did some transactions were we had a couple of deals where the to steal the deals from us. So we're map what is It was talking about the. So yes sometimes you get really good deals. The attorneys have they bought money. They've from Manhattan to how by myself you know Hey I don't recommend you doing that where they have another client by you know. So they have very, it's. It's a little harder out there. So we started to do was like you guys are out. Here we go right to the. Salaries. Now, we have a version sale contretemps sign there, and that if we get roadblock than we deal with it there, but we don't let the attorneys killer deals. Now because we go right to the salaries and Yemen assigned there, what do you mean like 'cause my understanding is you know we got here where an escrow state right? There's no attorneys here the fewer attorneys evolved the better. You guys were there is an attorney state. Yeah. So you have to see attorneys Ulan Ude an attorney to close close when you're actually signing a contract. So once we understood that we don't actually need them to sign a contract. We just right to the salad. So you guys just bring a contract with you to the seller bay sign it and the attorney and that attorney doesn't screw things up. On our team they know we support you seems like really Common Sense. But people still have problems with it. So am I am I missing something or is there a complaint that? Maybe. a mindset because they think it's. Just attorneys date, you need them you physically only the closing. So the cells are comfortable sonning. There were a lot of times they are. They just wanted their money to vet the I'll take it. So, once you get it signed give it a title Tattoo runs. It gave a couple blocks down an MD and then we had a closing tiny represent them at at the closing. Okay. So you guys might be Kinda. Opening the floodgates in New York Mcginnis all like it's not as hard as everyone thinks it is. Challenges. The operating a couple of different Cownie. So each county is a little bit different. So. The lower priced homes are easier to do because some of the sales fifty thousand dollar homes you know it's a contract. There's no contingencies as is fifty thousand dollars in New York in in Orange County Duchess county up. But then in Westchester County, you're looking at two three, four, hundred, five, hundred, thousand dollars. Yeah. Yeah and that's the other thing I've heard a lot of the complaints are that because the price point is so high is just hard to to move what are your thoughts on that they moved the actual property. To to lock it up in wholesale yet show. Yeah. Sometimes you have to close on them or like you host hotel them but you know of any at the right price and a hot market, you can always find buyer oh. Yeah. Always was always out Gotcha. All right. So Raven three. What what's what's the idea behind the three? Just kinda sticks out there even through homebuyers was three. So our last name is Ralph it's actually a Dutch last name. So an English draft means. Raven. So it's Raven, three me my brother and my father know. About the MOM. Remind you over or nothing. All right. So yes, wholesale. Flip Hotel. You're a realtor and you do short sells correct. What is he got a lot of things going on what does that look like? Well, we like our whole goal is we wanNA monetize every lead to its full capacity. So when we find a lead that we think we can get a good deal at we look at every deal on its own. So if we think there's a lot of work and we can get a good deal. We'll hotel we're close on it put a little bit of work into it and get retail price if we can get at A. Really cheap number and it's vacant needs a lot of work we'll wholesale it, and then we also actively fix and flip when the properties need. You Know Sixty, seventy, eighty, thousand dollars, worth of repairs. So each property you look at it and you kind of examining exactly because we work at two, this is another important thing finds good relatives in the area because we have just to real does area deal comes into the go to short shorts apartment each one of them, and then if it's retail they on the retail appointment. Our lead managers setup retail appointments for our agents, and then it was not retail goes acquisitions. So there's always point being sad or it's some type of transaction be made. But you're licensed. Yeah. I don't like to list properties. No I I like the investing game the okay. So How does that way? So you said you're to on your team we have yet they work very closely with us in different each each county is a different age that we automatically give the Livingstone and since I'm a licensed agent, I get a fifty percent kickback of any deal put together with them. So they've listless the property they'll kick back my you know my realty grew fifty percent gotcha. Well, the short sells short Saito seem agents. By a couple of once in a while they're good deals. Yeah. Okay. Gotcha so. You know talked sixty transactions last year in the last twelve months. Yeah. What are the the you know? How many wholesales? How many flips I'm in hotels the like majority wise would say. Seventy percents be wholesale, the other twenty, twenty, five or twenty percents to be. Hosts a Ho fixing flip and the raising of the either short sales or redel. We just had to ramp it up..
"cownie" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Challenge of. Pushing yourself but note but. Being able to gauge. What's too much, what's enough? Sweet spot. I think. For me, it's been really challenging because there's been so much back and forth on what potentially might happen and it's difficult because you'd get in these. Different people, maybe throughout the week and you're. You're having the same conversation every person like Oh. What tournaments are they're going to be I? Don't know what's California doing I. Don't know what the mayor of Los Angeles. I. Don't know this closed again. Did you hear this might happen? There's no international, so it's easy to get caught up and all that and just get disheartened and I've really tried. I mean I've been a part of the conversation that I've really just tried to. In my mind, say Nope, just continue business as usual. Your your only job is to get better to keep improving. And when the opportunity is there, then you'll be ready, but the last thing that you WanNa do is not be ready. Because didn't expect there to be any tournaments, or because nobody else is getting ready. You know and I'm like no, this is for me. I mean on if I'm being honest. I took all those years off so for me. I'm like Oh great! Everybody else can take time off right now. I get to catch up. 'cause I took so much off Morgan. Start though yeah. Just like this is. This might have worked out really well for me. For me. I found myself I. Just have to turn off the TV. And not try to stay in touch because I used to. Back in March April. I was like watching the daily press conferences. 'CAUSE I. Want to know what was going on with all one more week. Great poetry where we. Finally went. Screw it off, you know. I still follow it. But don't daily follow it. Really helped my. Mindset. Because I talked to my friends and Eric. Here and I'm like no. I don't care. So. Yeah so I. Cry, instead stay in touch, but Yeah it's not doing the daily. The daily thing anymore. Right, Just doesn't seem to help. Intelligent it's it's more of a distracted in my mind. So I, just want yeah. I want to ask this too much, but. You have three tournaments are. Are they still going to Hawaii? You know. Are they doing any kind of urine thing, or is it just GonNa be those three turnips and that's it. And they know it? This can be these three tournaments. In Long Beach so I think Long Beach. Is Unique in i. just read about this, but they're not really under the jurisdiction of Los Angeles Cownie. They. They are county, but they have.
Amid surge in cases, Arizona readies new push to slow COVID-19 spread
"Nearly ninety percent of Arizona's I see beds are full Republican Governor Doug Ducey. ducey faces widespread outrage for downplaying the virus, and even obstructing local officials from acquiring masks in June as case numbers began to explode. Do see reverse course and allowed mayors to issue their own virus guidelines under growing pressure, but he resisted calls to pass a statewide mask mandate or reimposes stay at home order, which expired in May with little restriction on the state's reopening. Facing rising numbers June do see ordered bars and gyms to close again, but Arizona residents say the actions are too little too late. The family of a sixty five year old Mexican. American man who died of Covid, nineteen in Phoenix, is accusing Arizona. State officials of being directly responsible for his death in a scathing obituary in the Arizona Republic, the family of Of Mark, Anthony or Keesa wrote quote. His death is due to the carelessness of the politicians who continue to jeopardize the health of Brown bodies through a clear lack of leadership refusal to acknowledge the severity of the crisis and inability and unwillingness to give clear and decisive direction on how to minimize risk. This is or Qisas daughter Kristin an interview with A. Republican. Governor DC's got blood on a fan. He was late to close down the state. He was early to open X and. The manner in which he opened allowing things to go back as normal is, in my opinion, the reason why my dad is being buried today. We'll for more. We're going to Tucson to speak with a local leader. WHO's been standing up to Governor Doug Ducey. That's Mayor Ricky Romero. She is the first Latina and the first woman to be elected mayor of Tucson. She was previously. Tucson city council member for over a decade, the daughter of migrant workers we welcome you to democracy now Mayor Ramiro. Your thoughts on governor Ducey's responsibility. What do you want to see the state? OF ARIZONA DO? And what are you doing in Tucson? Good Morning Amy. Thank you so much for having me this morning. We have been in a state of crisis. Since governor ducey decided to hastily reopen the state. We were in a very good place. Coming to a plateau here in the city of Tucson relocated in Pima County in pima. Cownie, we were seeing twenty twenty four cases a day. It was a plateau now. We are seeing almost three hundred cases a day in Pima County. In a county of million people we. We are we see anywhere from five to twenty ICU beds, which is very very concerning in straining our doctors and nurses at our hospitals. We jumped up in front of Governor Ducey, a few mayors Mayor Gayle from Phoenix. Mayor Evans from flagstaff in myself Joe jumped ahead of the governor to call the stay at home. orders in to close down bars back in March He took our cue few days later, and with his executive order he tied the hands of mayors in cities and towns and county and county health departments throughout the state by preempting us from from doing anything that he wouldn't do. Most recently, he untied the hands of mayors. In counties throughout the state to do mandatory mask ordinances. Throughout the state, but what we have been seeing with Governor Ducey is a microcosm of what has been happening with trump in his federal response to this pandemic, which is tepid, a tepid response a pushback on science and what public health officials recommend that we do. Every day that governor Ducey Wade's. We see three thousand cases in Arizona and. And the crisis continues more lives lost, and so what we have been done doing here in Tucson is basically pushing the governor to do the right thing because it's a very real threat. If we do move ahead in front of him. The state legislature, the Republican controlled state legislature passed a bill about three years ago fourteen eighty seven that if any city does anything, any law that preempts the state that are stayed shared revenue could be pulled from us, and those are millions and millions of dollars. That, we could potentially lose and so in this crisis we see ourselves as mayors. In fear in fear for the lives of our communities in fear of for the inability for us to be able to do anything so, what mayors across Arizona and I have been doing his publicly pressuring the governor to the right thing. The one thing that he could do that could help is do. Is Institute a mandatory mask? Executive Order Statewide and he refuses to even do that.
"cownie" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"I had the chance for a few years until my last couple of years. My schedule hasn't really allowed it but I have a chance to go cover the state. Final Four State Championship game at nationwide and. It's a shame to me. More people don't know about that because it is so much fun. The athletes and coaches are so accessible. coaches that are big time coaches. You guys, you know that, are you? Know could be a college coach very easily. That coaching high levels. Saint Ed's saying nations some. University School schools like that, but they they come up and they thank you for being there because they're. Sport doesn't get the kind of coverage that other high school sports get and I was up there. The I I think he was the first year I covered I was up there for the seven overtime game that ended in a tie. That was crazy, because here's the first year I go. Up there with a lot of sports writers which I mean, there were only maybe five or six people covering the tournament but I'm up there with these guys, and and you know they're all like I've never seen the I can't imagine this continuing on, you know you get to watch history with guys that have covered hockey for twenty thirty years so that was really cool. But I wish more people got into state hockey. I wish more schools had it I just saw report. I'm sure you saw twos I know. You're into hockey as well. That the jess, as considering a second division for ice hockey coming up, maybe even this season of not maybe next year, and I know there they would like to have a three division setup I. Don't think that's going to be in the near term, but. I that if you're talking about the coverage of the News Journal, and obviously, we don't have any. Clinton cownie teams that have hockey which is a shame honestly but to be able to cover those games so my fun. Absolutely getting to be the voice of Central and spring borough hockey, it's it's a blast, and it's a shame that it's not covered as much in southwest Ohio because. I tell you there's some great teams I mean. Well let me turn around on you. Because obviously you cover those teams here. What is it going to take for? Some of these schools in southwest, Ohio obviously Columbus area, starting to break through their starting to find some competitive footing with the teams in the northern Ohio. What is it? GonNa take for these schools to actually be able to compete at the state level with the Saint. Ignatius the University School northview schools like that to finally break through I. Think it's been what nineteen seventy nine I think. Since a team south of Columbus won a state championship was at Centerville I. Think maybe that one that I'm at Centerville and that's the team outside Cleveland Toledo. That's won the state title. which what is it? GonNa? Take what's going to have to change for that to to finally? One of these schools are finally break through and win at that level. Wait a minute. Someone's asking me a question of my podcast. Return around on. That's not. Okay so in southwest Ohio. The big thing with hockey is there's not a lot of ice. Data is a little bit better than Cincinnati. Just because there's there's Hobart. There's kettering theirself south. Metro and they're ring filled. Although Springfield really doesn't see that much high school hockey I mean there'll be a couple times where. Columbus team and a Syndey team will meet up there. Just 'cause. That's kind of the halfway point..
"cownie" Discussed on Network & Spill
"My Grandma was in my Waco was an interracial relationship in the show is illegal and You Know Hermit grumpy were in love doing this and living here and and it was crazy and then you hear my mom's experiences mixed kid when it was like for her. You know looking Spanish and dealing with color ISM and racism and just like you know nightmares by the KKK. You hear this stuff and you're like wow. This is interesting. This is insane. What People's experiences are like and I think it's interesting. I think it's important to know where you come from and ask those questions. I wish. Twenty three and me. It could be a little bit more damn accurate. I don't know how it can be accurate for people of Color for black people. I don't in America. I don't know how it can be. How how do they know? My sister's reading a book right now called slave ship in a talks a lot. Super Super Technical like informative book. It's not like a fun fun. Read and she's reading this book and it talks about like I guess like the mechanics of how the slave ships run and who was on them. And why and how they were able to get so many people onto these these ships because we just think oh we just went capture people now. It was a little bit more like Indepth than that and she's learning all about that she was like. Yeah you know they were going from Port to port. How are they? You know what I mean like. How do you track? There was no tracking and then even once the the slaves were brought here to the US. They didn't document when people were being born. There are no birth records in verse certificates. I don't think my GRANDPA had a birth record. I don't I'm pretty sure he didn't And I think they didn't know how old he won his siblings. They didn't know how old they were because there was no documents. So how the Hell is twenty three and me? Then you tell me about myself when America wasn't even looking at people black people until it like you know what I mean like. They weren't even tracking shit ever from from lake the jump they were never tracking stuff at least not in a in a profound way so I mean they could maybe tell me. Answers may be are from that. Like how were they? I have no idea and then you hear Oh yeah. They're selling information in Okay you know what fuck it? I just won't know where the hell is going to have. I think ancestry dot com does like the tree. Mapping that seems a little bit more safe But again you're only gonNA go so far exactly because then like you said like they don't have birth certificates and black people also did not fill out the census because we were fearful in. They knew how many people were in our house. They will come to get us or they wouldn't use utilize your senses because that's what Dot Com uses. They used the sentences so if I was. If my grandparents weren't considered people they went beyond the census because if they're considered best not the sentence is taken account of the people in the property and then in Dan. If you if you were fearful that they knew how many black people were in your house. They would come to get you. And then goes into more systematic things like gerrymandering in how they with voter suppression. Which still happens today? It's just so much that gives baked into that so I don't trust that twenty three and me I don't trust is dot com. None of that. I don't trust that as the memories. And the regulation of my grandparents and my you know my parents. Unfortunately I'm like the So most people like most of my my grandparents. They were very old by the time. I came around so memory and things like that. Don't serve you as well but now I rather listen to straight from shape from source. Why why am I trying to stress the system that wasn't created to by Countess is people? Tell me what my ancestors were like. There's now but finding at Ellis Island for my periods for migraine. Mary's Migrate Green. Is True. Ester not yeah my my The only reason why ancestry worked out for us in in a small because my grandma was white and there was documentation for parts of her family but because they emigrated here from Ireland. There's only so much and they were able to. I think they're able to surpass one of the island thing because they had X. amount of money and they were able to go around. I don't know it's interesting a lot of interesting but I think at the end of the day you need to know where you come from and you need to continue to read and learn. That's why there's a lot of podcasts. I don't know if you've heard When you talk about bloody Sunday I didn't know a lot about bloody Sunday. At least I didn't remember from schooling but Did you listen to the podcast show or have you heard of one called white lies? No I haven't I. I knew more about bloody Sunday because of Selma the right right. It directly yeah. I'm watching them. My Hoda Montgomery Alabama. Mom She was Yup. Yeah that that movie talks about buddy Sunday bloody Sunday because bloody Sunday sparked a Lotta Shit. And what's interesting is that that podcast was about two white guys who were fairly young. I don't think they're like thirty five there to white dudes who I guess. Were born there But now live somewhere else. Whatever and they went back in tried to investigate what the hell happened because all that shit popped off because this white dude and I can't remember his name right now at all super like you know basic. It's like I don't remember but he he died right because he's whites jumped in the white guys wrath. Is I guess it was a restaurant he got jumped or the three of them are forum? Think there was two or three of them. They got jumped by like four or however many white dude's jumped on because they came to help. Martin Luther King hit others like A. We need help down here. Come down and they're like bet so they came down to Montgomery. I think one of them's from Boston. Where my my family was from. And he comes down there and then shipped POPs off. They leave a restaurant. They get jumped. Somebody dies and they're trying to figure out who did it and they didn't know this whole time. This should happen like a million years. They didn't know and so these white dudes went down there and it's crazy because they were able to figure out what the hell happened. Now sucked you. You've gotTA LISTEN TO PODCASTS. Everybody listening needs to listen to this. Podcast it is so well done. I thought it was super interesting. It was very informative and they were able to layer. It really really well But like this is a candidate that we need to be listening to. This is the kind of stuff we need to be like paying attention to because it affects our reality and In our experience as we walk through life and I think whether it you know history based or it's personal you know like to are specific families. It's so interesting to learn and I recommend it like one thousand percent. Listen to it may be twenty last year. I think into it last year. I don't know how many episodes it is but Yeah they find out some really interesting stuff in a mechanism. They solved it but they definitely made some moves that Apparently the FBI put it make when the FBI attempted to try to close the loop there so totally worth a listen but anyway so I wanted to ask you why you why you chose. Finance as your specialty. Was there any history or any like reason growing up? We were like yeah finances. My Jam or numbers are jammed Get into that so I I like to say I'm the product of what happens when you actually teach your children about money and I am a started learning finance in accounting when I was in like tenth grade so I'm Young Sam. Twenty four but I've been studying finance and accounting for the past. Ten Years Tenth Grade is when I started bad hammer. Hit TWELFTH GRADE ACTED. Do Basic Accounting. Well actually not academic Counting Twelfth Grade In. I was learning about insurance in how those things are all of that when I was still in high school and it was always interesting to me liked how systematically worried and it's really funny because my sister before I went to college I told her I was gonNA major in accounting. And she was like you know you're going to really have to love math and you're gonNA really have to love the Levy to to study accounting. And it's funny because I'm terrible at math like out calculus geometry all of that. None of that make sense to me but money always made sense to me in him. I have always liked how how moved in the system so my parents are come from a two parent household. My my parents are regular blue. Collar work areas in Actually my dad worked two fulltime jobs to you know provide for us in. I'm super grateful for that. But my mom was actually the first holder so my mom taught taught me about many he has. That's what she likes to do. Sheila she was the one who controlled the finances. You know typically in most households. The man is who makes the money and maintains the many things like that but it was my mom so growing up. I didn't realize but I have always in my mind seeing women as the parts holders in the finance people because that was who she was in I I learned about mutual fines and savings account secured loans. All of those things was was from my mother because she just liked money bed. She had little formal training. She did college for like a year but most of it was self tied in. She learned how to flip her money. Make money work for her in. She is how I really got into understanding basic things about money in got the formal training from the accounting side in the finance which finances much harder for me because finance actually involves much more cabinet much. More Agile in formula's been accounting accounting is like if you're not add subtract multiply divide. You can really be in accounting like it's more of how the system works and that was what attractive. Visa Cownie so a long winded thing to my mom in In my teacher when I got put into a county fun story I was when I was in tenth grade. You know you get those electives Ray in basis Putney in accounting and allied Albuquerque's turnouts like okay. Well I'm only going to be here two weeks when they change my schedule because I don't want to be a hand. The two ended up for the next three years. I was taking the different levels of a county and data and then the rest is history. I got into personal finance and and I love it. I like teaching people about many. But not in the restrictive since I love teaching people how to use money to benefit their lives and to protect their family in their at their own selves. None this awesome. Yeah and it's crazy how you can be in one class and the next thing you know it. It helps turn a page for you and you ended up turning a corner in your own in your own life. Really rank affects your whole life but your career and in your schooling. So I think that's really cool that you were able to at least ride it out and then you ended up liking it and it turned into something. I love when that happened. Yeah Yeah why? Flex crazy but really. What do you know is a fourteen year old tenth grade students? I don't know anything and then you know you don't really know much manure like a eighteen year old college student neither so confused. Learning Bang absolutely. Yeah and I think there's a I think a lot of differences between different types of people in finance right and because I had jackie from sugar and money on and she does personal financing but she blogs a lot and she..
"cownie" Discussed on Blackout Podcast
"I really yeah I really rely. And then I thought and that didn't really go anywhere either but then I thought. Oh maybe it's maybe I should be doing so I just kept making shorts. And then eventually some features to and what was the first one. Was your money away. Yeah that was twenty. Six died haven coma ball well so basically. It's the movie your mother your wife. It was as a micro budget through The providence used to have this program called first feature which is like a micro budget program and so they had it for four years and we were the last one and then the provincial agency agency shot during the tax credit the agency or the is well I I. It was the Nova Scotia Film Development Corporation but then it changed his name to film and Creative Industries Nova Scotia so the anyway the movies about this guy. His girlfriend dump some he goes out and gets drunk And then he it's cold it's wintertime so he breaks into a garage and sleeps. There wakes up and then the people in the garage are about to go do a home invasion. And they think he's the guy who's going to they met on the Internet. Who's going to help them? Write some and I and so the the. I don't know if I should say this but I'm going to so it came from this fact that my brother knew this guy impact. Oh County who had a few drinks one night and went into this garage. I guess it's breaking enter and slept it off and then stole a coat from this garage because it was cold and then he went home and he called my brother's like what do I do with this code and I just always thought that was a ridiculous picked. Oh cownie story and I thought it was funny and I wrote it down and then it just sort of you know. I had this idea about like like I don't know why like I. I'm very straight laced and I've had a very sheltered life so I find things like cocaine funding and like they're kinda not but I like I have this very kind of you know sort of and I think about particularly like you know you. Think ABOUT CERTAIN BRITISH COMEDIES. That you know farces and so on that were a big influence. Anyway that's where that came from so that was in two thousand fifteen. I really enjoy the thanks. How long you should that for. That was fourteen days. I think and Oh in winter which I do not recommend. Yeah well I guess we should winds I kinda get people see there the cruiser more available. So that's certainly helpful. And you can. Sometimes you know they might give you a deal on their rates or that sort of thing and it had gone pretty well but Yeah I don't recommend winter making my first my film five Paul. The thing again is kind of when he's wins. I kinda get people to Walk Stuff Ball Eve. You working wins Trying to shoot inside as much as was well. That's the other thing too the Steph. We shot outside. Most of the film was in one house inside but we did shoot some stuff outside and it looks great but I just remember standing at the monitor outside thinking. I wish I didn't have to be here. I'M GONNA LOSE FACE THOUGH. If I go in. The crew are already judging me. I can't go inside and it was so cold. Oh God so now what are you? I know your current well before you meet Your under life. Yeah the one with the kid from the future from and then came through. And how did the Mobile I was? I was in Glasgow in my thirties. Walking home one day I had gone to see a movie and I was walking and I thought if the twelve year old version of me could see me right now. He would be so angry. Because I'm still in this crappy little town.
"cownie" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"That I've all the food bank every Monday. We feed about one hundred people. Everybody they put me on youtube dancing dancing all see that. Oh yeah they did the lady that works there one of the ladies that works she she films everybody and she's okay now. You're you're going to be on youtube now all sunny up to watch it. Oh Yes yes. Oh Food Bank of Marin in Marin city is held at the Saint Andrew's Church Shau Kei in Marin insurance right there at the corner so yeah yeah off a donohue there Oh well so so you feed lead hunt one hundred hundred people every Monday at local people or do they come from all mostly local mostly. Yeah Nice Nice Nice and then I'll know how many of them that come to the line and I said you remember Glen Robinson yes. I remember Glen Robinson Lime his wife and unlike the debt because I haven't seen a lot of them in years they're all up in their years but yeah a lot of people I know. They're learning city. That's that's news. That's because we lived there for about five. I told you five years Well bridging the gap yes bridging the gap that Philly and then. I was honored on Mother's Day about ten women. Ten mothers were honored on Mother's Day at if you're eighty or older so they honored behind mothers standing. I had to speak a little speech. I bet you did just wonderfully digital. I decided by chance Kaleida Cyberman. She introduced me. She's well known in the Cownie. Glenn knew her very well. She loved Glenn so she was she. I sat at the table with her and she said and Betty Hodges. Who runs the Hanna? Hanna Project She said Adum Idaho. Would you introduce an so. I was jotting all these things about an. Tell me about this thing you told me about the socie introduce me. I was very tonight. Lovely luncheon about about ten ten mile ten. The mother stare was very nice. And then they put all the pictures on the Marin County post is called the newspaper. I'm familiar with it. Yeah they put all the mothers on the front page. I didn't even know they had that picture of. It's really Nice picture of me. Well it's nice that you liked it. Yeah that was the Nice. They do a lot of Nice things. That the Hanna Hanna in a project they raise money for call for kids to go to college A Nice Organization there Thank you that's fine. I so appreciate you being here and sharing these stories. Thank you for for having me. I think this is quite a quite a An honor to be here with you to tell tell you about my my life. Well you've had some very interesting things to say so I and I can't wait to share it with the rest of the world. Thank you for having me. Dare we hope you enjoy today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise allies guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being part of our podcast when you were moved moved or motivated. Please let us know how the show influenced your life. I E mailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation at gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six seat eight one as a gift. You can get doctor Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life..
"cownie" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast
"All right everybody welcome. I'm to the owls once was lost. PODCAST with the continuing ballad of Jeffrey Vance. So we're moving into into episode three. The one that I feel is the most important to date We obviously will have an additional episode with all of those theories from the family which is going to blow this up because of all of the additional evidence that they have found concerning this case that they've been able to collect but unfortunately the Douglas Cownie any Sheriff's Office is. I don't know if they're playing games or what's going on. But they are not providing riding the information which is Really Freedom of information at this point. It's a closed case but to get the audio of the interviews The people that were interviewed when they were considered at least suspects or people of interest to begin with along along with the nine one. One call you know so that would be really nice to have right now. So we're going to work on getting that stuff and so so possibly even have an additional episode after We speak with Angela and Jennifer Jeff sister in Kayla his best friend so on and so forth on their theories but right now we're focused on the two women that really..
"cownie" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"You won't regret it so why is the BLASIO Ziama can't set in an inner city kids and and again. Tell me what is it. There's enough data that has come in now that these schools outperform and again you don't have to do much outperform a super horrible inner city school barely perform and you shall outperform they outperformed so so what are they dead set against them for why they're not unionized. Oh right makes perfect sense now. You are in with the teacher Machina. The teachers unions vote you so the teachers unions. I thought it was some sort of fairness thing but you're right. It's the union. The Teachers Teachers Unions support your ass so you must then support the teachers unions. These schools are scabs part of the reason they they get their teachers to performance. They can fire they. Tell them hey you gotta stay on five o'clock at night and then I'm going home early like okay. You're fired. If you're underperforming performing in that environment you can be fired and not protected by your union. De Blasio is dug in with the unions so he asked to get get up there and talk about the schools being dangerous of course they're not dangerous. What's dangerous is you're. GonNa hip pocket of unions yeah but you can't say that and and also fuck you very much teachers in your unions. Do you care about kids. Why are you show against this thing right if you if you reportedly care about kids heads then why not this right they can't come up with anything so fuck you and you're not heroes and this thing where you go somebody said this the other day gracing ever hurt said and think about it think about it in terms of like. Al Sharpton or even teachers are teachers unions. There's a quote I wrote it down. Basically it's this it starts as a movement and it turns into a business and then it turns into a racquet think about Al Sharpton starts as a movement turns turns into a business now. It's a fucking racket. That's what happens with all these fucking unions and all these groups and all these if they start off as something like hey we gotta get together. Are we safer environments. We need to get together and organize. It all starts. Is that then a certain point. It's business commerce like everyone pay. We got. We got forty thirty. One Thousand Teachers and I'll pay dues and then next thing you know we got start voting. We're going to take that money. We got behind a candidate. That's going to get US long. Whatever now it's Iraq now now. You're doing things to hurt kits interesting movement business racket then what then it it falls apart usually the whatever southern poverty law center Biz starts as a movement visit then it becomes a racket now eventually eats it itself so to Blasios against because what what normal reason would guy like the blasio be against. I charter schools. He'd be the first guy for charter that would be. Why wouldn't he want to charter school. You would think he says he hates them. Why does he hate them because outperform his shitty schools but everyone's safe everyone's got a job. No one ever gets fired because I've got a union. Let's do by the way no one can ever get fired. Just bring out the best in all the teachers that how it works. I don't get why these people don't understand human. What competition is good for and why why it works. Oh just make it. Stop suspending spending kids that tell teachers to fuck off. Okay understand how that works. What how should that be. What's it going to lead to oh. They're so fucking dumb. They're like why aren't these kids doing well. They don't have tablets okay. We'll give him tablets ever wore no. That's why that's the question I keep asking. What what what do you what's leading what philosophical frame Aamer using what? How do you make sense. What do you what do you intend. Oh so there's no. There's no intent the philosophical I mean when you had who'd you have Barbara Boxer on laughing at me like you've got your home or whatever that I things I i. I've said this. I don't know if I said to you well. What if we just said this. What did you said this. What what mar you you like trader. Joe's Turkey going to sprouts alike going lawns. You like going to whole foods. I Papa unless the government is going to take it over yeah. This is one market governor. Mark could have all the same. It's all be the same. How do you think that would go. You think you'd be delighted when you walked up and down the aisles of what is now. The government owned traderjoes. Don't we like them. Do it out for our business now. The government has a role they can regulate check the meat and check the the sanitary conditions that they can do a million different things but let them duke it out and think about the markets uh-huh the the their shrines. I mean they're crazy. It's only competition. They're just doing better than they have. There's so much out there that gotta pull. Yan Right yeah absolutely just just close your eyes and imagine if the city of Los Angeles just took took over the market for the supermarkets all of them. Oh my God would all look like the sidewalks if the Cownie Tony Los Angeles County that we're just taking over the sprouts and there are one and the Gallison's and the whole foods and the trader we know equality and food distribution. Whatever we're we're we're. We're good at what we do. We're taking it over. You'd have to move. You couldn't live in that. Could you live in this town. Well you know they do a horrible job. Wh what makes them experts at education nothing blinds. Galore you're now. I didn't do well in math but one hundred percent custom window treatments in and I know you.