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"delhi delicate" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Hey good i was going to ask if you'd seen that right so i was like i don't know who friendly says and because i'm not that high brow or at least i wasn't before i moved to new york and started reading the new york regularly and he said you kind of remind me of her just in the way that a lot of things make you angry and i'm like all right back handed comment. That's not even know it was weird. Anyway he was my work nemesis but he was good for some things. Like introducing me to friendly kids who i love. Tell the listeners. If they don't know who's friendly is a dyke on first of all yes who not only talks with. Her hands talks with her fingers. Okay i like to call her. The patron saint of angry. Let's be yes so fucking angry. She's a humorous. She's a writer. She jokes a lot about how she doesn't put that much writing out because she doesn't even have a computer and then she's never even had like a typewriter when people were getting into yes But she started off by think doing movie reviews and eventually started writing essays and then became a well paid career humorist. But we did get an really cool look into her life before her writing career like i had no idea she was a taxi cab driver. I didn't know she cleaned houses. Like just right stuff. I had no clue about hustling new yorker. Just trying to make it and it was so great to hear those stories. And i can't wait to watch the rest of it. I love everything about her wardrobe. I can't imagine being like a lesbian around her back then like i would have been so intimidated right also. She does not talk about. She mentions like the fact. That new york was a densely clear. Place like she. I forget the term but she says it's a city dense with angry homosexuals or something to that. Yes and that's the only time we really hear her talk about clearness which was my only complaint. Otherwise i could hear that women say the word delicatessen for hours right absurd. She has lived in new york since nineteen sixty nine has never wanted that to delhi delicate. I go to my delicatessen roast. Beef sandwich and cass my checks. I did not have a banking account. Until i got a big check because i would go to my delicatessen and have them cash it for me right. Her wardrobe iconic. I wonder when that started. She just wears this like oversized. Ill fitting suit. That makes her look like such a bad ass bitch. It's so great and she's just got the snarl links yes Loafers with cuffed jeans. She does kind of roast herself a little bit when she talks about a brooks brothers. They made claus for wasps and for me. I don't know that was really cool there so much. I didn't realize. I didn't know she was good friends with i. Spike lee that to me was some of the best moments for seeing her and spike lee argue and just like you could tell their friends and she even says like. There's no one..
"delhi delicate" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Incubate them and that's interesting relationship unbalanced to think about. Yeah you know. I think there might be like what is there may be some cool opportunities there where Granted the current crew of ddt. Seventy five came up with that brand of coffee. Crowdsourced if you will but future and former members crew members of that ship might zero in on like i want some of that too and they might areas original. Said there could be a you know a lot more. There's a large secondary market. That's a tremendous secondary market. so that's really cool And and who knows maybe they have the might even if it becomes a big secondary market. I mean maybe there's a way for the organization that owns that like in after it's over with who owns the brand. Who owns the digi. Seventy five coffees still you guys or is it while. So you're from the military background So you can understand the what. What what i mean by this but you know the the challenge coin right. Oh yeah so. Every unit has a challenge coin. And what we're way we've described. Crowd crafted talk is in that context is it's a consumable challenge corn and so the idea would be to try and get people to be proud of what they've created and want to have it. And then you know squadron. The squadron ship to ship for units unit. Hey what's your consumable challenge. Going look like tasteless. So you guys might have challenged quinn but you have your own coffee. Yeah that's pretty cool it like can you talk through like volume or number of customers or financial or what. What kind of numbers can you throw. A threat is like where you guys are at right now. I say that it's it's modest. And a i think the important thing there is we've grown very organically and we've grown We have forayed into the advertising and marketing space. We've spent some money there. We've learned a lot of valuable lessons. And i think what i would encourage listeners. To do is if they can. This has been a unique time in our lives and careers for us. Because we're able to experiment with this business while we're still active while we're still in our livelihoods or secure and and so you know entrepreneur gets to gets to kinda have that experience where the business can go slower as fast as we needed to. You eminence not what's putting dinner on the table for us but in the next phase of our lives when when we are a fulltime for full time business owner you know we have had these years to learn into experiments to test out ideas. I think that's really valuable side. I really encourage your listeners. If they you know we're lucky in that sense right and not everybody will have that that chance but if they can take advantage of it you know. I'd like to ask You bow still on active duty. So can you talk a little bit to the intricacies in delhi delicate -ness of being on active duty. While you're starting your own business running your own business. Oh yeah. I can talk about that at length. We almost didn't start because of my job. So we we have to get approval for secondary employment and i work in a secure environment And my approval process was quite exhaustive. I had to sit down with jag for a while. Talk about what we're doing that wanted to know where we're importing off your If we had direct relationships with people in foreign countries so it was a little bit of a dicey proposition but once they understood what we're doing I got the floor Thumbs up and Haven't had any issues since that initial couple months process of getting approval Yeah so you definitely went with the ask permission. Not beg forgiveness approach. Yeah i couldn't risk losing my security clearance because of a coffee company. So yeah that's that's definitely a thing so you know if you're still in active duty and you're looking at starting a business which i would recommend you try to do it while you're still in In and have that have that structure and possibly even profit going before you actually get out or retire. That's definitely the perfect transition plan so All right so how do we find. How do we find buna coffee. Well as donnie indicated we are accompanied built around ecommerce so you can find on web at project. Buna dot com in bananas spelt. Bu and a we've got social media presence for sure. Facebook instagram twitter. And you know we deliver locally in the dc area in the northern virginia area for free as part of a building that local community but we also ship anywhere in the country and we also shipped overseas fbi and at a p because that we were sailors who lived at those addresses for for many years since there. We know the pain of getting mail or not getting mail out there so we wanted to to make sure it gets shipped to them. Awesome cool What did a give twenty of your chance to answer If you wanna have a stab at it but if you're talking to somebody who's still in or in transition on the way out here soon And they're looking to get in entrepreneurship and they wanted to start their own business. They want to run their own show. some of the lessons you learn here recently. What kind of advice would you have for him. I'll start with a light hearted one get danni. My lighthearted one is don't try to do your own taxes or you're in business as you can guess where that advice game from. We did our first year. We were like like how hard can this be right. Small numbers and very simple in now. And oh dear lord. We had no idea what we signed up for For weeks with our is bleeding with irs instructions and documents informs up the wazoo. And so don't try to do that. We eventually Friends as save us at the eleventh and help us file because he he has a business in that world but as shorts short sweet light lighthearted but very true. Don't don't try do yourself by the software or hire someone right. Good advice For me. I've been in the navy quite a lot longer than my You know i'm i'm nearing the end. And that transition from a career and the private sector you know you're limited with maybe options or the way you view your options and one of the things that really motivated me to to do project. Guna with mike was The concept Teddy roosevelt his quote about demand in their raina. Don't be afraid if you've got the something that interests us something you're passionate about something you wanna do. Just get out there and do it and learn. Don't be afraid of not knowing what's going to happen. Just get out there and try your idea out and be in the arena awesome. Well hey guys project buna dot com check them out appreciate you guys being here and Awesome interview and thanks for sharing your success story. Look forward senior future success. Thank you thanks. Joe his three veterans or asking my listening veteran on the move. Your pathfinder freedom if you like to show leave us a review and i tunes reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is oscar mike..