23 Burst results for "Freehold"
"freehold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"freehold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"freehold" Discussed on The Property Voice
"So an obvious example is changing it from say retail or commercial property where there's you know, probably already a number of these in the market now and there's going to be increasingly so over the next few months so into residential so often residential valuation on a cost per square foot basis is higher than say retail obviously need to find the right type of property in the right location to get that kind of Arbitrage play, but that's one example, another example is converting it from you know, what I would call bricks-and-mortar Residential valuation. The value is always hate me for same thing happen that you and I both know what I'm talking about when I say the bricks-and-mortar value and instead converting it into an investment value instead. So an investment valuation is basing it on its income stream instead of Of basing it on its bricks-and-mortar or its resale value on the on the on the residential market and this is particularly useful in you know, with with say h m o s or holiday. Let's for example, which may be revalued in in a different way based on his income stream that was embraced number nine is legal games. So here what I'm talking about is to apply some changes to add some value. I kind of touched on it last time out, but you could extend the lease you can get a share of the Freehold. You can even split title of a property. Let's say it's a small jobs such as Flats. They're all legal Solutions and sometimes you don't need to do much more than move paper around to be able to actually increase the value. I remember I bought a property long ago and it had a a short remaining lease term available. And and I don't know if you do know but the statutory process for extending the lease you're not allowed to apply to do that job. To the statues your process until you've owned the property for two years. You can negotiate on a voluntary basis with the Freeholder to extend it sooner. But of course, you know, the Freeholder owns all holds all the way. It's rather if if you go in after say 3 months or so, I'd like to extend the the lease on the shortlist property. They can kind of they know that you have to wait two years to go for the statutory process so they can kind of choice for whatever they want. If you like in terms of extending the least, so whereas with the statutory process it needs to be, you know, pushed through in a relatively short period of time it's typically about six months. If I if there's not a Cooperative Freeholder, let's say so you can move in quicker. Now one of the solutions is to ask the existing owner to start the lease extension process long before you actually take legal ownership. And therefore you can reduce the two-year statutory. Wait. And this is exactly what I did on one of my purchases little while ago and you go home. The current owner if they would start the the statutory process for lease extension and therefore I could step into their shoes. So to speak once I bought the property didn't have to wait two years and we managed to get the the Freeholder to agree to a reasonable price to extend the lease much sooner than having to wait two years obviously, so it was just pushing paper Bill and negotiation. You have to talk to be a little bit careful because if you give the current owner the idea then they'll probably recognize that maybe the value of the property is higher than they think it is with a short lease..
"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"And all this unity. And I'm the opposite that might might go to Pop culture references the as. Dave Chapelle 's Rick James. University community. Alike, it. Over. At I don't think it's. Maybe. Champion enough folks out enough like there is nothing. Nothing has value you make digital scarcity. Cool. You make an out of thin air in a lot of ways you can argue that comes from like the energy put into. The miners are doing things for proof of work or whatever you want to say at the end of the day. Only. Thing that gives it value is the fact that someone else's willing to buy it from from from somebody like there's a market price because people are willing to sell it and There are people who are willing to buy it, and that price changes based on the demand and how much people are willing to buy it based on whatever they perceive the value to be. It's just it's there's. Trustworthy digital state. That's fair. but. The main point is that the community the people who use these things that come together for various reasons and believe there's value associated with is what gives value and that's the same for any digital scarcity, your product project. Like, you have to have shrunk immunity. For there to be any value in what you're doing. And that takes time and that takes a lot of effort and it takes a lot of work. And but like it's, it's paramount to anything that actually succeeds in especially in the space. Is having a strong community behind whatever it is you're doing and what happens is the price ends up becoming a proxy to This SOCIETA D- value that keep nudity is putting into itself. kind the whole goal, right? Like it's supposed to be like A. A self like A. What's the word about for like a cycle like a self feeding loop where? The value being put into the ecosystem. Grows the value of the ecosystem which makes people put more. Interests. In Work and effort and human capital into the ecosystem which then. Makes it more valuable, so on and so forth. and. So the price of given token of the market cap is kind of a proxy for. The collective value everyone's putting into it from the community and as a community grows, there's more collective values, more effort more work and so on and so forth. And so whenever you're thinking about building a project or trying to evaluate For projects worth its salt. Yes. You have to look at the community behind it and what what their values are and what they're doing and what's what's all being done. Agree. It's community building is. Hard, with stuff is good. Because we do now. Well. That's because we're authentic I think we're authentic and that's something that we should never give up. We don't like. We take money something. We tell people when we say this that you know we just were authentic if you're authentic, it's easy to build community because people are a attracted to authenticity. Jesse you'RE GONNA. Do it. At is Waiting for somebody. Jesse, is none of us. Are. But it's just. Like you originally started out as like a a fan of show when you joined slack. Trade a bunch the early days. I joined a whole bunch communities back then like as twenty seventeen, leading to twenty eighteen peak trading peak everybody was deep into the shit and. It's like it's like a wave brings you win and you're on. Like you're on a beach. Why did you say here? I don't know. I'm just enjoy everybody here. Enjoyable. had nothing to do with like a token. There is no token here. That's true. Yeah it's So. Maybe maybe not. Well. Jesse everything. Now. We need to Jesse centric. Next week. Jeff. You need to, you need to come to the table with with fire. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA sing that fire. I'm just interest you know I. I'm just interested to hear thoughts. I wish like we I wish one day we actually have like a virtual roundtable. And like you know what we? Want. Is a great question. For like. You know like like a like a little round table picture in our faces are on bodies are like we. Do the podcast through like a virtual poker table. Yeah I'm okay with that. Oh Yeah I do. Actually play poker later today. So I play poker man. Grizzlies. Poker I was abstained from it. I can't control my emotions so I can't win how no. So, the word is pedagogy. Google just headed coaching. Pedagogy knows Ghazi G. A. J. Looking ee pedagogy. Play. You can play it I'm GonNa hear, but I can handle. Pedagogy. PEDIC pet. Pedagogy. Fat Quality Quality Representation of the Voice Jeb. Yeah. So I was I'll leave you you creators in the space not creators that fucking word you builders, developers building things driving things. Is Like we're back in the day many many moons ago. 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"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Signal from the noise which something you mentioned a having economic weights within a community and the The. Game Theory Slash Mecca Design of the system that incentivizes the right type of behavior within that system is very important. I think we're just learning how to do that type of stuff. In it's going to most of what's happened is a combination of gambling. But gambling based on a lot of experimentation. Within. That mechanism design. Yeah. Wait wait wait. What you're describing is over cursive system that is. It's Like On, a micro level it seems like so recruits it's like. Okay. What are we actually doing here? And on a macro level, it's like, okay well, if you know. That that kind of toy that kind of defy to winner could end up just like growing something very large that kind of becomes everything around us and I and I don't discount the possibility of that happening. But I will say. That and and and so like. I guess what I'm saying there is like not under not under a non knitting that movement at all and nape participate in that movement to some degree. Than I do think that that movement is going on for lack of better options and that movement is going. Back into a corner, trying to find business models like the way out is defined business models for people to graft onto into their own and so. If you don't do that kind of end up in this like. And it Kinda ended up in it's like circular sort of situation where no real value is actually being created. Sir. Patrick. Myself. Using that term but that is fun. The precipitation. Actions on Hbo you can say whatever you want. But the thing is are. Just. You know there there there is a climax involves I. Guess I guess that means something. That's something. I. I one thing my newsletter to call what's Poppin. Kernels to get in on that newsletter do I love your your commitment to? Two comedy or like just to think. Wasn't finally. Commitment to bad idea is, is Barton on my For what it's worth I've known for a very long time and. This this is not an act. This is for real. He's been doing this with me for a long time, but basically, a relationship is shutting down continuously. Back, slightly better terrible ideas and you you continuing to be friends with validating humor so. That's all about I mean I do dad jokes all the time. That's that's I'm just trying to make sure you know people are not. My Enemies will stick grenade is. That that was actually really funny. Start off not funny and then got funnier and then it was actually really funny. Third Time it's it's all perseveres. Yeah. You actually you actually you actually given given a try long-form. Ask people are. GonNa be very upset with content and at the end of it, they're going to be dying. That's one hour long. All right guys let's wrap this up. freehold Patrick, how do people get a hold of you? Where did they go to find out more out of they started freehold. Yeah and we are dealing with. Actual a lot of volume and I'M GONNA pause applications However, you can still apply join freehold DOT com. Start their check it out. You can sign up there and. You'll get. You'll get an email kind of like letting you know what I, what, what the status is. Eventually you'll get invited to an interview, and then if you pass Manera, you're in the freehold, you can sort of get started and have fun with the rest of us. Dawson. In To seeing with deep. Merrick. Matching, one workman mention. One more thing. Our twitter handle is at joined field and my twitter handle his at Patrick W Stanley. Nice. Nice. I'll mention one thing and then ask you are trademark question. The mention is, have you considered Tom Petty's free fallen remix of it. If you WANNA do commercials free hold I mean is there I was thinking Ed Wilson Wilson Phillips like just hold on for one more day. Tonga. Oh wait. Throw the idea out the window and with that's a better idea. See the thing is courses says might is she there just? I'm a iterative thinker iterating. Edgar all right my last question Badger his intent words are less CAN YOU DESCRIBE BITCOIN? Abubakar suicide blockchain on this one gory. What you say no, we're starting. We're starting with Bitcoin and a sort of sub blockchain and Bitcoin so we should. We should ask that I think we should ask question. Can you describe bickering? So two ways of describing in ten words muscle due to crystallize robots sweat. You favorite definitions of Bitcoin so far? We've been like seven years that could be one of my top three but my real answer is a pillar for long-lasting widespread wealthy civilization. said. So which one do we include in the book there? Pillar for civilization about that. Hitler. For civilised. Crystallize robots. Let's go into the book. Sorry I. Definitely The, funny. Awesome. Thanks so much for having me. This is great. Fun Time. Think for coming on. Thank you. A. We're back. Hope you enjoy that interview with my man. Patrick. Patrick stand freehold. talk pretty good. I. Thought It was good. Spend few weeks since we had it but I thought it was good. It's a benevolent. Time, flies when you're just living in pandemic. So. This year. Ma'am Oh. It's. It's not funny but it is. anyways. Core says you WanNa talk about some stuff up we'll get it off your chest. Bro. Yeah part of. that. Interview. DESTRUC-. On something that I think is core to. What we're trying to do with all of this stuff that is like..
"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Sort of add multiply the number of free holds that exist. Because I want to, I want to be a part of a lot of them and I know people that wants to build them. So. So I'm a person with ideas. I got lots of ideas on. Some of them are good. Some of them are bad like you know what other types of vegetables pop. Besides corn. There's got to be at least one. Other one does the bad ones two billion dollars right there. popcorns killing the vegetables popping game right now but. How Sorry I tell take. Any worth a damn thing. Breath. How do you? How do I use freehold to rally community behind one of my good or should the idea like what's your process? Yes short so Once we went. great example once once we start getting folks. Really, kind of a active within the within the first freehold, those folks will also have access to to at sort of work for access other fields. So you'll be able to reach out to folks who are familiar with this model note to do with it and also have like a some track record that is directionally useful. So that's one way. So there's like a sort of human capital. In terms of like. In terms of. Getting started at you'd have to. One way you could get started. As you could issue on token let's say you're creating the Dmitri Ferguson. Newsletter and. And you know you're you don't require a yearly subscription in USD but you you do. You do require someone hold at least fifty metric coins. And so what you're doing is you're you're essentially starting from a standing start and creating a piece of a piece of a scarce resource. For access to your thoughts and I'm just. Going off the top on the top the John Because your your your exam blow like corn popping and stuff some people will want to listen to that. Some people won't but the people that want to listen to it to the extent that. They must listen to it. must acquire some of those tokens so like for. I mean if you on must've started approve freehold, are you telling me? You win by someone was coins and try to get access and see what's going on in there. Like. Okay. You're creating scarcity, and then you're building barriers of entry to certain products or services that you offer to get access to that scarcity. I don't know I i. don't know yet. That's if that's reductive or not I don't know yet. That's definitely way to look at it. If you have like A. Issuance will yes. Scarcity's involved boxing sub scarcity. So an issuance if you have an issue in schedule that I'll see your money in the stock in if you have an issue on schedule that kind of like. Kind of is based on on what you think. The demand will be over the future and that demand outstripped stat that issuance bedroom. You're. My my my assumption until it's significant. Enough degree. You're my son is that you're going to. You know you're going to have more demand with the token tokens. GonNa. Tokens going GONNA increase in value as a function of people trying to get it. It's like. It's It's like If you're if you're good community builder, right, you can build a community around some. We'll call it. We'll call it whatever. X. Vegetable popping thing the D. has come up with that is actually works. And he has all kinds of ways in which he wants to tell us audience about this episode from their hunger to hear it right he he's really good at building good community about. Whenever he's talking about at this point. Right does Etima pop do you know do you know? He's going to build the freehold and say like all right. Well, here's the newsletter on what what vegetables pop and what People Really WanNa get after it. There then can basically create that scarcity apply certain thresholds of injury so that if the wants to get that, they need to get access to that scarcity before they can get access to that content in the process of doing that if he's able to build a community appropriately has. A large demand for something that large demand for what they would consider quality content. If the contents quality, my my. Assumption, Google's dip me like if. It's quality content. There's going to be a good a good amount of demand for whatever the limited suppliers and then you have this kind of. Market. Like all of micro market within whatever the hell these trying to sell this. Come. January. Jesse. This is speaking the language that Jesse is trying to do right now. So it's perfect. Just talk about breaking Patrick because basically, like let's let's let's come up with an analogy for this. Biologically. It's like. There's A. There's a semi permeable membrane and that is the project that people are trying to get interested in or you try to develop interest in kind of keep people who can actively develop the project and people who WanNa be free riders. As part of the project you're trying to make that semi permeable membrane less permeable in kind of more one way directional. To kind of keep people in it's it's unit directional but good I think the semi permeable membrane makes sense as as as a as A. As a an illusion and I think. You know having there be a little friction again and having there be a little friction to exit I think exist in this model friction again is got hoddle. You gotta earn it. You GotTa buy you got mind one of those three ways or some combination you're gonNA exit you're making a decision I'm now willing to exit And I have to liquidate and there's there's a there's a essentially a societal cost within that little micro-society, which is like you may not get back in so quickly and so like you know, imagine imagine doing this bitcoin is or like Marines instead of people like virtue. By the way I think this is practical in a public setting and necessarily I think it will use pseudonyms etcetera like. A lot of people are just like virtue signaling, but actually don't have alive holdings and. What they're doing is they're playing status game on twitter but not actually. Playing a value game in the real world and so. So they're essentially like noise in the system there there even though they could be the purest pure of high priest and you know they they still actually they still actually might not have skin in the game and I think it's actually important. To essentially connect with people around your actual vow like values in addition to your your value in addition to your hurt you and economically line communities I think are like sort of just my senses they're just getting started like demand I'm seeing right now I I. I was expecting upon launch to like really have to like muscle through this in like be like I'm just GonNa whatever happens, I, get like twenty five sign ups. Making stay consistent about two, hundred, fifty sign ups. The first week that people who were interviewing were hopping on our like folks like you guys like they're. They're really quality folks I'm like, okay there's something here I'm GonNa at least explore it to like my whole. My whole thing with this is I'm explain the concept. This is all an experiment I'm I want to see like I want us to exit the Crypto Casino I want us to enter a crypto civilization and I think free holds are kind of like a novel way to to potentially make that happen and. quotable. Though casino. Exit. Exit the Crypto Casino. Casino and enter the was it the CRYPTO? Civilization civilization that's a quality quotable maybe. Like the tagline of this episode yeah 'cause you add up. would would say some part of that is stolen from my friend Polisher who? has written a blog post about namedrop crypto civilization. Very proud to friends with. Quantity quality friend to have. For like trying to push the like. Trying to get people to understand the general concepts of what this technology is trying to do. And I think you're right. There's like for the longest time it's been. It's been very much casino. And it's GonNa. It's GonNa take. And efforts like this to get to a point where it's making a quality impact on community building and the way those communities interact with each other and like especially in terms of like separating the signal from the noise which something you mentioned a having economic weights within a community and the.
"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Once they've completed the first task where it began huddling. In our case, we're GONNA have to complete a task. They will have done work and have earned some of the currency for that Friel. And once they've earned that currency, then they continue to get access to future. Future work as a function of holding. So you can actually view it almost like on most like a startups desk schedules, and if you lead a start up you and your best thing schedule will, in this case, it's kind of similar in the sense that if you sort of unharmful lately so you lose your opportunity to to continue contributing in the same way you had previously or you lose access to it or was. On Hoddle means to liquidate your asset. So it's capital at happened flight at the speed of light you're not happy with the freehold move to another one. Or zoar. Ramping up. Ramping up people's contribution to some specific. cause. and. Almost like a reputation system based on based on merit. Within some. Set of rules that are defined. You like there, there will be just as an artifact of operation. Essentially like a hoddle score that's associated with not only your historical holdings, but also your kind of. Co hoarded impact or kind of your history of doing certain types of work. At least if I can make snuck show like share my screen I don't know if you guys publish eighth we do not publish out so we will do our best to do a terrible job describing what you're showing us. No worries that's I be. He's the best the best at this so can share screen actually county here. Let me see. Let me see what's going on. Yeah Let me share my screen one moment. Present. Now. do entire. Screen cool. Recording. This. So maybe it'd be worth it like cut this part out like put it on Youtube or something I don't know we'll figure it out. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So I'm showing you my whole screen, very dangerous FABS going like me. And and and and just super messy desktop background Kind of explained a little bit about this earlier utility community and fundraising kickstarter typically folks are not getting. A stake in the actual thing that they're buying into. Their benefiting the builder by essentially fundraising for the builder. The onus is on the builder to make that product valuable for the consumer. The the relationship is is is a very transactional. In relation in Aucoin based situation many people are buying stake in a token. There are very few builders in actually very few users those stakeholders. Are Essentially free riders not to be confused with free loaders crashes on your couch. It's free. Riders are just holding holding the cryptocurrency and hoping these builders make something for those users for which they are not like he's like all ICO's two thousand seventeen. I. Probably Ninety, nine percent of ICO's I think like US bitcoin. Here's sort of went through like A. Almost like A. Diaz attacked with Shitty tokens that we we were like, okay they all suck and most of them do probably in. Early, early bitcoin days to, and they're just working the the code base all the time they're accused alien coin in Moscow. It's perfect. Go mind that. Yeah I mean just side point arguably arguably that sort of behaviour is as just very good for. Pretty much anyone involved in the in the CRYPTO space. An including bitcoin is. So, this last model is the freehold model to the user stakeholder model. You can see like the builder in the user stakeholder can be one in the same, but the user steak are doesn't to necessarily be a builder. They can just be a user if they'd like, but they are also a stakeholder, it cannot be a user without being a stakeholder. So. I can explain this to the audience. So we're looking at we just went through was basically three different Vin. Diagrams of these relationships between a builder consumer, a builder user stakeholder, and then a builder, an user stakeholder out as actually. The picture actually does say a lot more than words. But in the case of freehold, the user, the stakeholder builder are one and the same. This effort is a small smaller set of abilities. Have Been Diagram what does that mean in the Vidmar Graham? So the site defend diagram is essentially the the identity and the relationship between those identities so I build. example, a builder and a builder would presumably also be user sticker however. And it exists within the larger circle of users taker. But user sticker doesn't necessarily need to be a builder and then and then with the kickstart model, you have event diagram we're not of the circles are overlapping for which the large large Representing people is the consumer in the small circle, which is detached from it is the builder in so that kind of combining that relationship. I believe can unlock a new business model for new types of founders in as new types of founders I. Believe are going to be community builders and standards traditionally thrown the two thousand, ten's. Two Thousand Two thousand ten's there's been two archetypes for. Founders there's been engineer as archetype Matt's like. Mark Zuckerberg. Sergei Brin etc, and then there's some person archetype salesperson as founder in like jobs benny off and the hybrid of those by the way. Elon. Musk. But. Now, there's third founder that I think that's GONNA mark this next decade, and that is community builder as founder, and so what I'm doing right now is I'm dogs rooting my own. Sort of product and building as I'm documenting it so that I understand as as a community builder that I am doing something for myself that can also be shared with other people that want to effectively use this model to grow their to grow their communities and businesses. What you said is is incredibly important to me. The concept of community as founder. and. I think that's GonNa be something that's specifically inherent to blockchain based technologies. It's it most of the time. When you have the reason any of these the these coins have value is because there's a community behind that that gets value. And so you as someone who's pushing some type of. Concept Platform whatever that has a token attached to it. You need a very strong community over a long period of time to give it that value and so if the person who's pushing, it is literally the community leader. And they're doing a good job. It stands to reason that the token behind it if it's if it's if it's useful with them, never that community just doing will gain again value because there's more and more people finding value in that community, right? So, like It seems as though you're trying to do is build a framework. That allows people to. Facilitate that type of behavior as opposed to the previous one. The kickstarter is like, Hey, I this idea throw money at A. To let me do it but you're not really going to get anything in return as an. Right Yeah I think that's a good way. That's a good way of. Describing describing a good chunk of for sure. So And I. Think it's also honestly just like more ECO equitable to like. I feel like I feel like politicians today do this do this stick where they treat the economy as a zero sum game that that like their makers and their takers but the reality is value is created in in grown all day every day. And economies expanded contract all the time. And I think. What I'm trying to harness is I'm trying to harness like human creativity try to trying to make it easier for more people with ideas that they can get people, other people to help them build or help them realize. Even. That even if the idea is just them hanging out with each other in like virtual reality or something that's even that's valuable like human interaction. I WanNa make it so that those people with creativity can go from a standing start to developing a very valuable useful community. That is essentially in service or at the very least, very pro the idea represented by its token in a token in that eat in I think an easy way for these types of founders to get started is to use the token as access control into the application and also. And also created a series of create essentially a framework for how they can start working with those token holders in a similar way that that CEO, would work with. Contractors and employees. But in this case. Instead, of paying them out in USD and maybe or maybe not giving them some equity in your company for which you found might have like an outsized amount compared to all sweat going into a by the other folks. and. You're able to you're able to pay them in the actual token that they are using to use that APP gain access to that community. So. Yeah. It's like really access control mechanism kind of concept is like I. Think it's GonNa be very retro retrospectively obvious in hindsight and but I'm I'm and that's why I'm really trying to move fast with his freehold model and try to validate it quickly and then start to..
"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Model innovations and cycled through probably like dozens of. Dozens or hundreds of different iterations in in working with our community to kind of learn. And and The one I. The one I stumbled upon is the whole model. And so with the freehold, a obviously branding at that with freehold model represents is a new type of relationship between founders in their communities. So founders so like. When Mark Zuckerberg started facebook. Pretty. Much just the people who had skin in the game where the first investors in the first employees. But. We are all sort of using facebook and its associated properties on a daily basis pretty much and were essentially doing work on behalf of them. and. Just sort of ask myself the question like. What How could we? How can we essentially created new business model by by having the user also be a stake in application. So in order to use you must claim a stake prior to entering. And so there's a bunch of different sort of. Habitations in ecosystems, you can build around this concept So it's like hot or. As a as a as a principal. And there's a bunch of different sort of ideas you can build out this concept like you have newsletters that are better Hodler only subscriptions. You can You can have sort of affinity token, secret dollar sign, vegan dollar sign carnivore, dollar sign, and. Mars, if you WANNA tear for Mars. And? Presumably folks who are. In those affinity tokens not may want to. See other values and our. Line people and and work with. The way we're using it. Is We're validating. As a concept before allowing more feels to exist and getting folks who are stockholders and bitcoin holders to effectively do work on behalf of these protocols and we'll reward them for doing objectively impactful things for those protocols and such as like referring new Hodler is very basic, objective, one and. Actually measurable one. Another thing being like mining throughput you can have a collective collective goal where milestone is is issued a milestone bonuses issued and. And you can also, you can also have focused work on. Technology related to. Related to the token. But. The something. Stop there and and kind of answer more questions that comes come into that. So GTE, photo Unfamiliar With that acronym. As are the penalties if someone does GTO or what you're saying is no penalties, but we're trying to encourage you not. To. If you are not huddling, you are not in the freehold. And and in sort of community builder founders will decide how to sort of like Re National is are on board that person it might be. Simply they can just by the way back in and it's like, Hey, you have this history with us. You're done this work and you want huddled you don't get access to opportunities right now or features right now. But. You can get access turn on right away I just three huddling the requisite amount. Some founders may say, actually you gotta go to the Front you gotta go to the back of the line, and now you have to go through this process again, and so there's sort of like a penalty for an huddling. So it is does shifts over paying people out from mercenaries over to missionaries and really kind of leans into just like traditional traditional corporate structures. For sort of. Manage manage managing and and kind of getting people to work together for a for a greater emission. Do you want is the is the end goal to get people to just buy something and hold onto it never use it. That's not necessarily the angle, the like that can be one of the beginning goals and the defining one of the beginning defining features of that token. So like access control as as utility. Folks may choose to use that token for for a host of things that we haven't even thought of yet You know including like having it be having a be like a reserve currency for for like a for like a stable coin or something. Like honestly the list you could probably, we probably think about ideas on this podcast will wanted to. But that's up to the community founder however. Not I it is. I think it is possible for folks to develop software that has has tears of huddling and certain features and opportunities that are available as a function and essentially keep those fixed almost like In the way that bitcoin you know there's going to be twenty, one million tokens there'll be some free holds that are generated via smart contract. Potentially in the future, I'm just saying this could be future Generated by they're generating sort of permanently there and they have they have essentially a threshold for access into the corresponding applications. I just one as corey whistle wrong with binds the not using it will do that all the time. Stupid. Those not like. You buy expensive stuff and you don't use it like stupid people who do that are stupid. That's not it. You can buy all kinds of things not using like bets. Despise Bisazza talk to any investor who's buying stuff and not using it who's not getting returned for like most of the people who park money are doing so because it has vie for a long time. But money that sits should be doing something for you and that's kind of a rich rich personality. Buying something and not using it especially in terms of digital currency is. Basically, worthless, it's a Ponzi scheme at a lot of ways. Corey S S not what your currency can do for you but what you can do for your currency. Victor needs to be like application like their utility function and you can't just have price derived totally off speculation and outfit someone else should have to. I could go out right now by sixty four Chevy and not use it. And it'll still be awesome. Okay ten fifteen years from now. It'll be worth more than than when I bought it. Stupid. We get back to that. Argument I I'm curious like okay. I agree with the concept you're talking about and I think they're really valuable. What what is freehold he walked me through. Like what exactly freehold is and what the user? How users, GONNA use it. Yeah. So freehold right now is just a website where folks can apply to become free holders and AK Hodler is that do work on behalf of their token. And right now we're going through tell you snapshot what it's doing today and what it will do right now we're doing interviews to kind like Mitchell this quality assurance For the folks in the first free holders. In the tax. Field. Hand on..
"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Design specifically, they design very broadly. To a large demographic and I think that's how a lot of this is. A lot of this is for people who have the mentality of like they one creative freedom over whatever they wanNA create within that space. Are you still I mean even within the status after you can create your own groups, you can probably have your own stickers at some point, you can create your own handles. Your s you know. You're in a strived handles that are. Through status. Domain. Is. It's just like a lot of like you're. You can create your own stuff. Here's the. Here's a sandbox. Here's the sand. Goal of our society is to help people build whatever they wanNA build us not. and. That's the the marketing language is is trying to explain in those marketing people may not have A. Good Technical Grasp on what the hell that the project is supposed to do so. As their way of doing it, it's the way of expressing that to you if you're the investor. Or clear customer. They go. We're going to prompt you everything going GonNa give you a space within. Space our creating to build your own stuff. Get. These he's got. A point though that the the maybe it's the marketing maybe it's the design maybe it's like. All most. It's only up until now I think these conversations are actually happening. Designers are entering the space and talking about user experience and making it seem like. Making sure that people are building something that solving a problem and not just like building solution searching for a problem. ooh. And then. Building it in a way that's intuitive for the user to actually use it correctly. Because it if you're building something, you are making some decisions on behalf of the user and some worship perform, and that's even just ended as the design of the project. You're forcing some view that you have when you build a user interface that informs a user how they're supposed to be behaving within the application by like what they're clicking the flow, what the what they clicked to get to certain things the layout, what's what's prioritized and a lot of stuff like that. And? We're only. Kind of just now getting to the point where people are realizing that's very important. It may be engineers don't do a very good job of that when they're trying to. Broadcast something to you know the much much larger agent audience like the world they want to try and reinvent how people use money across the globe. Well, they're forcing a lot of their engineering principles designs and an thought processes on people who don't think that way. which makes it difficult for them to use it. and. That's that's like rotten like how we name stuff how we build stuff. How, we market stuff all the shit. It's difficult to use brick. We've been arguing that like usability this technology sucks. It does it does. I mean it just this this will be my Probably, this'll be my modest advice, two people developing and building in the space in an artist manner is fine someone on your team who has pedagogical experience who understands pedagogy And understands that. Humans think in a step by step process. And can get down to which. Steps in those process they're missing. Because if you were doing that and you had someone on your team that understood that the wouldn't be launching such bullshit that I've been seeing for the last eight years in tired of this shit dammit. Dire. Right. So some pedagogy. I don't think need. I don't think I'd say say that word. By God awesome word. Yes, it's a good word as pulled that shit up out. Out of the fucking art I don't think it's pronounced like Gogi like it's not like that pedagogy. Pedagogy. There's not. Like why are you seeing, dodgy? Yeah. I'm saying. pedological. That may or may not be a word how you teach the process of teaching. This is what the word means. Yes. So get rant over. That's the end of the rant. Yagi LP found what you were looking for. I did not do. You throw a stone in the industry and find someone WHO's trying to rebuild the universe. Trust me. So. That's what are you guys can talk to you. That that's your and having discussion afterwards. Right. So, this interview is Sir Patrick Stanley he may or may not be a night. but he it was a good talk started rough Patrick. Started rough. But she opened up and we started to get into some interesting ideas and see exactly what it is. You're building over at freehold. So without further, Ado? Welcome back everybody for another wonderful interview on the podcast today. We, got me D. and broke interviewing Matrix Stanley from freehold. I'm curious about this on I'm coming in from this interview. I want to do this a bit different I usually do a lot of research and I want to come in as a new because the sounds like something that feels like a project that. Needs to be explained to people who are trying to enter into. into. This industry and how to use it and had maybe potentially gained from it. So Patrick wanted to start off by doing the normal thing and I'm telling us where he came from what you do what freehold is. Short so up until recently I was the head of growth that block stack. So join blocks back when it was essentially just the two founders in another employee and SORTA scaled it. Will Pass three years about thirty employees there. Now and you know we've grown over four hundred applications on the platform and. During that those three years. I got a really close look at what people were building in the crypto space and one of the fundamental sort of sort of things I noticed was There's There's sort of like this this like A. Gap Between Web two and web three where decentralized applications sort sort of like occupy like a worse feature set on average. Compared to web two applications and And they also didn't from the business model of. Fish reptiles companies. So. Spent a Lotta time just thinking about potential new business.
"freehold" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"All right. So that seen the picture. I mean, we set it for a long time on scene a picture. It's not even like an inviting picture I. Don't know why so many. People want to migrate here were sung-chol Sammy's oldies pointing he says I want you you know and he's looks really be does Brown right that's from like Joining the draft for war. Yeah I know so unappealing but Uncle Sam you know he's GonNa. Get his are here's another use case have this. This allows your kid's allowance to be paid in the Crypto of their choosing what if you are a parent in what if you WanNa? Say Hey child now that I've taught you how to count dollars and five dollar bills, we'd bills on feature you about this other money it's called digital money is crypto currency and I wanNA actually pay you in this cryptocurrency and you know there's not a lot of people out there doing that. But the ones that are is anybody making tools. For them to do. By the way rebate talk about like interesting cases or things that people could just go do that are changing the world are be useful nowadays, and if we're unaware of somebody actually doing this than, let us know like. Join the slack and tell us or tweet us or something so that we can interview them talked about it because like I maybe I feel similar vein in. Culprit of this I worked for status and we're trying to change a lot of things dylan of infrastructure which required would. Not Allow. The infrastructure works really well, and so everyone wants to be the guy that has the platform work girl ASHTEC. has a platform that everybody uses and build something on everyone wants to do that because. It's a it's possible that you can. One of the situations where like well, this is the the the winner. And everyone needs to use this thing because that's the best way to go like that like it's the best way to go hasn't been figured out yet. To so much room for innovation and Development and technical difficulties and trade offs and all these types of things like. It's it's almost in terms of a risk assessment. Difficult to justify spending a lotta time on something. So simple. because. If it's simple, it's making a lot of like decisions for the user. And it's not general just like this is how it works. This is what it does and if the thing that is built upon. Is it going to last for a time and it may be difficult to pivot? Or like change the narrative, what this thing does then. You may be wasted some time. I would argue you've learned a lot and you can just redo it because it's a simple project to take that hard and I want people to build simple projects that actually help people like accounting software software like that. Small. Business Services Simple Shit. But it's just I'm arguing that. Justifying. Doing that when the foundations are built and agreed upon. Is it more difficult thing to do like. Everyone builds software these days because they have all the tools to do so and it's all been. It's all been kind of. Abstracted into these simple. Things Glue together like puzzle pieces you glued together using no j. s or some. Shit. We. Don't have that the blockchain world. We need it. We live we need. I got forty thousand ideas that I would love to do that a relatively simple. You should write down ten thousand of them. Don't like writing. And then give us a thousand of that ten thousand. They're really hate writing I really do. The put get dragon software just talk into space like Captain Picard I do that but it's called this podcast like. We. Can't just put all our ideas out there on the streets. You're GonNa, do it we got through it. No but shit somebody might, and if they do I, want your name on it. That like I'll have more ideas the ideas never stopped flowing. I don't like that I. Did I scarcity of ideas like you just throw them out there was going to do it they should do it. When the best ideas I ever had was tickled in the small back. Give me some great results. So. When we? When we? Come back to the rant. All right. His his nothing. What about a tool? I know I know you smarty smarts you big brains out there with your big brain energy can make it so that you know if I have a business. I'm looking at my balance sheet weekly. Alright looking at it. Looking at the transactions on balance sheet. Make sure matches up with. And Hey how I turn some cash into a short term assets, the crypto how about that? One Line on my balance sheet shows a real time spot price of what the? Unrealized or realized gains are. On those crypto assets that'd be. Feel like that exists that has to somewhere. It's just like I feel like you. But why don't why don't they come up and say, Hey, we're not trying to change the world here trying to make it easy for someone read, their balance sheet will also likes to run businesses and have. Talked with us. You just talked with token tax on block channel. News yesterday. Was Great. Yesterday us, Friday right and they were like people people like that exist they're building stuff. It's just not. Universal There's necessarily there's only one coin base..
"freehold" Discussed on KOMO
"Turns out it was a magnitude 3.1 earthquake in east Freehold, New Jersey. No immediate reports of damage. You're listening to ABC News. Coleman use Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the comb over 24 7 News Center. Just 24 hours. 330,000 acres in Washington state went up in flames. Governor James Lee says it's more damage to the past 12 fire seasons combined. They all appear to be caused by people. It's not just campfires because these fires it's ah ah, car that's parked in the grass and ignites the grass underneath it. It's a spark from Target practice scene or you're breaking rocks or whatever. It's a chainsaw. That spark somehow is. Lee says his staff is busy drafting emergency proclamations to get food, water and shelter to people affected by the fires in the latest round of wildfire smoke is clearing out of it, but it will be with us for a couple of days and gave us one potentially dangerous night. You will be professor Dan Jaffe says. The smoke not only has gas that's hard to avoid, but it also As small particles to get deep into our lungs, and we do it every 10 minutes on the fours. Now your co Moh traffic from the coma Traffic center, working on a few fire related closures on our main roadways out there. Started with 4 10 in body like between 1 66 summer taps highway and veteran memorials drive is closed due to a fire in that area, and 14 is also closed near mind. Mountain east of Eden, Claude Due to a separate fire there, between mile post, 29 33 Evan Smith cover 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast accurate air the wildfire smoke is still thick keeps getting blown around every time the wind shifts a little bit, mostly the winds or northeasterly, and that will continue.
Nordstrom at Freehold Raceway Mall to Close Permanently
"Is not earth shattering news but something happened last week. Like for. Some reason is really sticking with me the Nordstrom. We didn't report on this news last week but Nordstrom announced they were shuttering. I believe sixteen stores in the US because obviously we know a lot of companies are going through hard times Marcus filed for bankruptcy. J. Crew filed for bankruptcy retail is taking a huge hit but the NORDSTROM. I grew up going to every weekend at least every weekend really closed. Yes the Jersey Nordstrom the freehold raceway Raceway Mall Nordstrom. Now for anyone listening. That is like wow okay. Upscale retail store were closing. You spent your childhood in a in a Nordstrom. This is not exactly. You know wholesome consumerist. Here's what I have to say these. Are we all have memories like different places? This is where my mother and I could forget our cares for an hour or two on a weekend. Go to the clinic counter. Get OUR FREE GIFT with purchase. This is where I really forge. She know my interest in beauty. You know what I mean. Yeah like I would go with my mom. And then when I had my driver's license I would like go by myself and like hanging out with the Matt counter. I even took like a Nordstrom. Had like a Mac masterclass one day and it was on the top floor and the private room and I would leave talked about that. I've heard you talk about that class. I never knew where it happened. I thought it was like a the IDC at the plaza like being served like tea-and-crumpets. Like no it's where you got your view of beauty and the glamour that comes with completely and like I really just thought it was another world. You know you laugh because it's like okay. It was like a Jersey Mall unlike route nine like combat but like to know that this place is closing. All of these people are losing their jobs. Yes is so sentimental sentimental for me and it's like the end of an era but it's like I was texting my friends salary who is from Marlboro and like which the neighboring town to the free old at I was like I don't know why this is hitting me so hard. And she just said it really sinclair. She's not like a beauty crazy person like I am she goes. I'm really upset to she goes. I think it's like I'm just not ready for all of this negative change and it's the negative change from Cova. It's also you've talked about how you've been watching commercials from your childhood just for that feeling of nostalgia yes. This is a piece of childhood in a way that is just never. You can't get that back and whatever I have that feeling. It's like this weird existential feeling of like okay. No turning back now like moving forward things are different. Your mom now like it's an I get it I get it. It's not about the store and like the shopping experience. It's it's about the memories. I think yeah I was thinking like. Is anyone going to sympathize with me? Who doesn't have food in the fridge? She's husband are themselves. Those lost their job like nordstroms. Close No it's not about like where am I going to go? It's like when a piece your childhood and innocence disappears. I think for a lot of people in the last couple of months like that. Innocence disappeared for a lot of
Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan
"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for
People Not Numbers
"Welcome back to win the gate as we all await for the angel of death to pass over our houses and spare us much of the ancient Israelites. Did in the book of Exodus. You know the tenth plague. We take the time to remember a couple of people in the horse racing community who unfortunately were not spared specifically in the harness racing world. John Brennan was a four decade owner and trainer starting up at the harness track in Saratoga and then at the meadowlands in New Jersey he died on Tuesday march tenth at the age of sixty nine. Just as much of the world started shutting down. He was the first cove nineteen victim overall. Who LIVED IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY? John Brennan lived New Jersey but had recently been working as an official at yonkers. Raceway in New York where he came into contact with trainers carmine. And Vincent FUSCO carmine age. Fifty Five Vincent Age fifty three and their mother and sister all died from the virus within six days of each other carmine Vincent and their sister Rita were three of eleven fusco children. Carmine FUSCO lived and trained standard breads in eastern Pennsylvania and like John Brennan and New Jersey Fusco was the first resident of Pennsylvania to die from the virus to put into perspective. What these deaths mean in the context of the corona virus. We welcome in here to win the gate. Mark Ford who is also a trainer and the president of the standard bred breeders and Owners Association of New Jersey. What did think as you heard of John? Brennan staff and that of the whole Fusco family to start with John job better than I were very very dear friends and he was one of these guys. Was I CONTI? Act like every day he was going to the hospital about something and you know after a while you sort of like put it off. He said what's John You know. It's no big deal but he been sick for it. Seemed like forever and finally we were supposed to travel on Friday going to be. Usda meetings in Columbus. And I talked to him on Monday at two o'clock in the hospital and the money was also the day of reckoning here with all these arrests being made and He was pretty upset over that you know a lot of the people we knew were involved in such and Tuesday morning. They've got another call at six o'clock and John died during the night so it really it really put things in perspective and really they really should be because he was such a dear friend and essentially dear friend of the industry to he was In a paddock. Every night at offers and it'd be horsemen had for years and years and towards the last two years he'd been the horse runs at the office and a USDA actor for the last twenty years or more and John was always there fighting for the horsemen and not only a real good friend and a really really good guy and I'm sure that they understood. We'll certainly miss him and It's been it's been one shock. You know for everyone so I certainly remember watching him drive at the meadowlands when I was growing up and remember when he was part owner and trainer of sugar trader. Who in two thousand and three finished runner up in the sport's biggest race. The HAMMEL Tony and one. Another leg of the trotting triple crown. The yonkers trot sugar trader. Crank it up at shooter trader effortlessly on now to take the lead solicitor. Hanauer given way on tours locked in third but as they come towards the top of the stretch and sugar trader has given them the slip. It's sugar trader by five. The forty nine edition of the front goes to sugar te traitor and I believe John. Brennan was on the Board of the standard bread owners of New York for more than three decades. What was he like as an administrator? He knew everything was going on and he was he. He's a true friend of the Horse. Didn't have a big family. Didn't have any kids. But he spent a Lotta time with the horsemen and more or less adopted a lot of their kids and you know he was. He had lots and lots of friends around and they just like he was. He was truly wanted to shock you. You just can't believe that you know he's saying he's not around. I come to New York. He was the first person if people that you meet on the backstretch man. He always said not big stable. But you don't have the ten or twelve all the time and was always was always there and it's Just terrible Shaw Mark. Ford of the Standard Bread Printers and Owners Association of New Jersey is with us here on indicate one of the sisters of carmine and Vincent fusco said to everybody. This is a virus to us. It's a person. What do you know of the effect these deaths have had on the FUSCO family or dear friends with carmine FUSCO for years and years? We traveled together. We he was ten of mine for for years and trillion our good friend and You know you've been in New Jersey. This is a blue collar family that has been working in the horse business for years. I mean the mother father three or four of their brothers and sisters and was just you know like you can't imagine freeholder Jersey off the festival family there's just so many of them and Vinnie Ginsburg is whether leading drivers freehold us. A few of and It's just it's one thing to lose a member of their family. I mean very very tight met brothers and sisters but I know a couple of years ago. They lost their father for for national causes. And it was such a you know such a big deal. But now you use parminder matriarch for the family and then his mother and sister and it just keeps going and then Vinnie was probably You know as long as they're just New Jersey people that I've been around forever and ever expected to be going anywhere else and have you understand this. I mean it's just it wipes you know like a big big part of your A big part of you that you know pop the Horse Population and as well as that. They're all good friends to an exam for personally. It's been a terrible we command you know. Life must go on but It's not GonNa be near as easy as well. I'll get to that in a second just so our listeners. Know carmine FUSCO SERVED A five-year ban starting in two thousand twelve from multiple drug offenses involving his horses. Much like Rick detro- in the thoroughbred world. Now as you know several thoroughbred tracks have continued to run with limited personnel on site during this pandemic with deaths actually occurring in the harness world. How are people and tracks coping and moving forward? It's it's just one of those things where this has happened so fast. I know it's been two weeks now since this happened but people were walking around the days. I mean it's just rocked our whole world. I mean it's one thing to cancel the racing where it none of us. Hannity income but this is real. I mean like you look for them. It's hard to believe that on my bus goes not maybe year anymore or five or six of the people that we deal with literally on a daily basis. Aren't going to be here anymore and It's just devastating. I mean I don't think people talk about a dose of reality. I mean for one thing if someone was killed in a car wreck I mean you could more and you can get over it or the family was You know if the whole fusco Harry was killed on a for instance a car wreck or a house fire or something or you. Can you think it over and you know that's the way life is? It's terrible we have to go on but with this stuff. It could be one of us tomorrow. I mean it's I mean people. I'm sure to take this theory seriously at all. Or maybe they're still not taking it seriously enough but these are things that we have to deal with. And it's this is a tremendously big deal because you know it could be any one of us tomorrow or the next day. It's it's serious stuff. I don't think you've seen media. Mark Ford President of the Standard Bred Breeders Own Association of New Jersey. Thank you so much for your time and for your candor and we hope that all of you can find peace and stay safe. I thank you very much and We'll be in
Gardening the Permaculture Way: How to Create an Abundant Perennial Garden
"Guest today is Morag Gamble. Founding Director of the PERMACULTURE Education Institute Morag is a permaculture teacher and designer based in Queensland Australia where she lives in a permaculture eco-village when Morag is in educating or designing. She can be found in her award. Winning Garden Morag has taught permaculture in twenty countries and is the host of the popular. Youtube Channel are permaculture life. Welcome to sustainable World Radio Morag Gamble. It's so wonderful to have you here with me today. Thank you Jill. It's lovely to be here to today. We'll be chatting a bit about your no did guard method. Which is really appealing to me. Is the Lazy Gardener. Then we'll be discussing some of your favorite permaculture plans to put into our new garden beds or into pre existing gardens fantastic. It's one of my favorite topics. I think the ninety got any something that has just ever. Since I started doing permaculture gardening ride in the early days when I helped to get the north St city farm going in Brisbane about twenty five years ago the neither method was something we started doing there. Because well you couldn't actually get anything into the into the ground OUGHTA shovel. I think you used a pick. It would bounce back. Army way was up and that time every almost saying. Let's do it this way. Let's do it that way. And so we tried all these different methods and over the years. I've evolved this particular way that I create the ninety gats and I always do my God C. Span. I've used this method around the world and is kind of a bit of a twist to the way that I do that. I think it's an interesting part of it to explore because I think it makes all the difference. The four we embark on that journey. I just wanted to ask you for your definition of permaculture in case we have listeners here thinking what the heck were they talking about? Wolf Ame- permaculture is essentially all about design and my simplest response would be designed for regeneration designed sustainable living. It's about reconnecting with nature and living a more simple low impact life and surrounding ourselves with Wonderful Food. Great community doing things in a way that a regenerating the US Amer generating communities regenerating ourselves to. Because it's it's we. We're in a process now. I think where we need people. Who have they kind of? Healing the planet so permaculture Regeneration as well seems like your life and work are all about permaculture and I did read online that you discovered permaculture as a teenager so permaculture has been a large part of your life for quite some I I was at I remember at when I was in high school. I was sorry passionate in as a as a peace activist. There's a lot of things happening at that time. There was the I think. This should notable incident Though at the same time cities. We're getting captured by massive dust storm so the landcare movement was studying. There was all these massive movements happening around me at that time and I spent a bit of time kind of being a peace activist and an environmental activist. And I. I still call myself that but I got to a point where I was feeling that was fighting against something all the time. And and a lot of babble on you see me coming and turn the other way. She's going to start talking about that again. I E to I you know what I may not and so I. I was really looking for something that was that was a positive solution art. If it's not that we don't want that world what will do we want. I remember my my parents. Kinda brought us up in a really natural and and You know a really low fleet locate life and my dad was always reading about coach and he kept handing me this book. Saying you've gotta you've gotta read this. This is this is where it's at and I think it was because of that I ended up going doing Landscape architecture and Environmental Planning Union. I always worked it through what I was doing. And yes so it's kind of being there guiding and and I guess driving in a way what what I have done with my because it made so much sense. It's just really good common sense and sometimes we we overlook the things that seem to be the most simple approach thinking that they simplistic will actually think it's not. It's they often the simpler approaches. Which can have the more profound impacts on a mock sensible to more people? Yes definitely and you know you took your skills as a landscape architect and you created this verdant using permaculture as well but created this verdant gorgeous oasis. I believe your garden has over two hundred plants. Can you tell us a bit about your garden? Your climate and where it's located. Well I'm I'm in subtropics. I'm in the Jaffe of of Australia Dole. I'm on the East Coast and about halfway up the coast of Australia. So about one and a half north of Brisbane and a place called Crista waters which is a permaculture village. And I've been living here for about twenty years this this place. It's an amazing place. Actually because we have six hundred forty acres. That is the Chris. Awards and within that we have one AK- that we have the tower owned freehold title so most of the land is common land for forests for the Rypien Zion's this kangaroos hopping around everywhere and wallabies and platypus. In the rerun. The other day almost bumped into an occasional wounding through the bushes and it's this beautiful natural oasis with surrounded by National National Park. And so this we have a group of about two hundred people who live here and and and work together in different ways. You know From little cow collectives to cafes to All different sorts of things. It's quite an ECLECTIC group of people. And all different ages and backgrounds at last count sixteen different nationalities so krista waters in itself is an interesting place and it has received a United Nations World Habitat Award for demonstrating low impact. Sustainable ways of living I think was there the tag back in the nineties. And so within that context. If it's kind of like a place where people look to come and see what does Pimco Timothy Look like? What does it mean to leave a culture life? Because I think and that's the reason why I'm here I. I came here in the nineties because I realized in e conscious be talking about. Penta cultural people need to see it feel. It tasted touch it experience. It see how it kind of looks what does it. What does it actually man and I wanted to explore that too. So that's what I've tried to create he and we built around hyme And we've created Dot Gardens in the whole way of life that we have here to do that and it's and it's turned out to be this beautiful thing. I didn't have a full plan when I started. I had those guiding behind it and so of being able to create we have a higher Menara Garden and I work with gotten a debt. It's just been an starting out from that point. I actually think the no debt thing has been a huge thing. That's been able to free up a lot of the possibilities for creating this so Gradually just saving up a bit of money and and building a little bit more building a little bit more finding local resources Engaging with my friends and my family to help us build and my house is almost finished. It's finished enough. You
"freehold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"And that's what I'm asking is freehold in north or south. South because I think north starts at exit eleven on the turnpike at five been a delivery driver for a couple of weeks, and after I get north of exit eleven people start calling Taylor ham, and I turned right around because those people are a bunch, here's okay. Wait a minute. Wait a minute exit eleven on. Did you say the turnpike. Where the Parkway's. That's yeah. I was gonna say, that's yeah. That's way. So so you don't go by the one ninety five as north south. No, Margaret one ninety five is way. Too far. South south jersey is the spillover. Billy, north jersey is the skill over New York City. So you think New York City is spill spilling into freehold? Yes. Sort of. Right. Well, the wait a minute. You said freehold was south jersey. Pretty hold was. Oh now. Confusing. He's got so flustered drop the bad word there. All right. We appreciate it. Kyle Kyle as far as the logistics Kyle then exit eleven so the Driscoll bridge a lot of people use them. I've heard more people use Driscoll bridge if they're going to start this falsehood about a Central Jersey. I've never heard anybody used risk bridge to say that's where south jersey begins. That's the first. But I think it's interesting to point out that even either way that's still puts me from Raleigh in north jersey. Why is it so important because.
Eric Garner, Officer Daniel Pantaleo and NYPD discussed on Sean Hannity
"Evening I'm Lisa g while must've you love Facebook or at least your kids do, but Wall Street didn't give it a like today the company had the worst. Day in Wall Street history, plummeting nineteen percent racing. More than one hundred billion dollars in value this report is being brought to you by. BMW of freehold dot com where customers are for, their friends and families they NYPD has finally, begun disciplinary proceedings against. Officer Daniel Pantaleo some four years. After the death of Eric garner on Staten Island and mayor de Blasio says that he. Told Eric Garner's mother that her, son did not die in vain Wednesday. Night the mayor was. Confronted by Gwen, car at a. Town hall meeting on Staten Island. Asking if he'd agree to hold all the officers responsible for her son's death. I said to her straightforward there's two officers involved that's a determination NYPD made early on and I respect that there will. Be due process. There will be a public trial de Blasios. Says the incident led. To changes in training officers four interactions with civilians he. Did not die in vain Is a tragedy that also opened, up a lot of is led, to a lot of change garner died while being. Arrested in two thousand fourteen officer Daniel Pantaleo and sergeant. Kizzie donnas facing the hearings James flippin for seven ten w. o.. R. UFC fighter Conor McGregor is avoiding jail time for the bra last spring at Brooklyn's Barclays center he accepted a. Plea deal cops Long Island or looking for clues. In the fatal shooting of a female college student and her boyfriend police say twenty one year old Livia Degray goalie west Islip, discovered shot dead in the driver's seat of her car. Outside a. House on Lakeway drive her twenty two year old boyfriend Anthony Saint Hilaire had been, shot nearby and died at a hospital police say he lived near the scene. And according to Facebook Degray, goalie was a student. At Suffolk County community college police searching, for answers where you're encouraging and asking the public. For any information on this case I'm Jennifer Sony, for seven ten w. o. r. a. New, Jersey restaurant owner was. Fatally shot in front of his As the two delivered food early this morning and. Patterson cops are investigating New Jersey transit is asking the, public near the tracks to work with them to solve crimes nj transit. Is partnering with the social media next door it connects community members Joe Pacelli with the app says anyone who lives. Within a mile of train tracks, can sign up for transit's group the goals to reduce accidents suicides and deter crime nj transit police chief Chris Zillow says officers will be posting tips, on the, app regarding theft and trespassing we're going to do our best to supply them with information about tips on what to look. For information with had a report suspicious behavior at Newark Penn station I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten w. o. r. a new, investigation from USA today says the US is the most dangerous place to give birth into develop world citing maternal mortality rates in the. Rate at which, mothers get injured during or. After childbirth the study says much of it boils down to hospitals not following long known.
"freehold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Point five ben in middletown you're on new jersey one one point five hey guys how're you doing okay i went to freehold record my second mortgage be paid off and i didn't realize that there was a feat okay no problem with fifty dollars i i gave them my credit card and they said no we don't accept credit card either cash or check why don't really walk around with a blank check in my pocket or fifty dollars i had to go and find an atm machine and come back with the cash so that freehold record my mortgage being paid off that seems really weird this apology right that seems really really strange that they would be cash only you would think that you would think that it would almost be the other way around they wouldn't deal with cash and then they gave me a paper receipt a handwritten we see the ones you've seen the old days with the with the carbon paper i thought what the heck is this you should you should this wasn't mayberry yeah what's freehold township mama county you know with you record the mortgage is yeah that's crazy ben thanks for calling new jersey one oh one point five and i think ben is right don't a lot of us not carry around a lot of cash today drew since debit cards became the big thing i don't get that at all if you have money for the vending machine and other vending machine and no one of my i'm sure there are everywhere but when we visited rutgers with my dollar their vending machines take debit cards now that's that's handy okay and that's good but you're saying they take cash or plastic i believe so okay i was gonna say if they if they start making vending machines where it's plastic only that's really weird because a lot of times you're hoping you see a vending machine that does take plastic those are harder to find if it suddenly stops taken cash that's like a complete reversal of my bet on college campuses some only take the student debit cards issued to the kids yep i bet betcha rich and jackson you're on new jersey one zero one point five hey guys how are you okay we've been going to all these ice cream establishments and they take nothing but trash no credit at all at ice cream parlors ice cream parlors next time you guys are out to an ice cream parlor check it out see this is so strange though and is is it just because of the fees they have to pay so it's a small business they don't wanna pay whatever fees or associated but but there i would i would assume that they all have atm's wind up waiting to be yeah with your credit card you just made me just reminded me somewhat i went to a stewart's yeah i forgot all about this richards it's simply because rich said they have the atm all lined up where was this stewart's it was a stewart's i was go i remember when i was down the shore at seaside park last summer and the family sent me out to get this big order from stuart so i ordered the whole thing and it was stewart's was on the island side i guess but anyway i order it and i go to pay and it's like forty eight fifty dollars because there's a whole bunch of people say oh no we don't we don't take any cards it's gotta be cash well i don't see any sign here that says that well there's an atm right there and i look over it's right on their property probably has a five dollar service that probably goes streaks stewart's or something i don't really know but yeah it was right there was like behind this little wall and band but was like almost like the national bank of stewart's and right and this is this must be be what everybody does their i wonder and i'm not trying to impugn the reputation of stewart's or its franchisees but i wonder how much of that is done just because there's no trace have cash only i don't know i mean i know he was talking about the fees that might be involved small business would want to deal with that right but stewart's is in small business through it's not and honestly this could have just been that one stewart's i really don't know but i just remember being shocked by that who doesn't take a card anymore but some places don't so that's what we wanna know have you ever been to any kind of business either did not accept cash or did not accept plastic one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five eighteen new jersey fast traffic fully traffic on the new jersey turnpike overall moving along pretty well this report is sponsored by sprint the traffic along seventy eight.
"freehold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Let's talk to is in freehold new jersey auto appoint five he patty hi steve how are you doing how you doing i'm doing well thank you who did you get so back in nineteen eighty six i was working for a florist a metal on and my boss tells me you have to take all these arrangements to this home it was around christmas time and i'm like okay no problem i'm loading them up in the van another co worker tells me do you know where you're going i'm like yeah i have the address he doesn't know gina whose home you're going to i said no i have no idea you're going to springsteen's house and i was like oh my god and i didn't say that i liked bruce for the last ten years i didn't say anything i go to the home housekeeper opens the door and have all these arrangements and i have to bring into his bedroom into his bathroom on his piano i'm just trying to take all of this and i'm like in awe that i'm in his home so when i'm done i used to do the housekeeper i citizen mr springsteen home she does she hold on so now i am wasting the sweat off my here he comes out of the kitchen and he has flannel flannel pants on and green flannel sweat sweat pants on the green flannel shirt and they shake his hand and we're just talking a little bit about the holidays and everything and then i said can i have your autograph and he looks and he there's a package there for julian because he was married to her at the time and he just ripped the top of it all and he goes to patty happy holidays for springsteen and i go back to work and i'm grinning ear to ear and i'm showing mother co workers and my boss comes in and he just went off on me you're supposed to go there and do a job you're not come on yeah he was very upset with me and i said i quit you know what it was worth it there's no way i was going to miss this opportunity get this man spotted perhaps your springsteen diehard fan right.
Trial set for 'Smallville' star Allison Mack in sex-cult case
"Guy two hours later giuliani issuing a clarification repeating there were no campaign finance laws broken then said he was only talking about the timing of repaying michael cohen the new statements not explaining why trump's lawyer was repaid when the lawyer said it didn't happen andy field abc news washington a suspect in custody now a random new jersey highway shooting that's left a young woman dead the monmouth county prosecutor's office says police arrested the man today just hours after a twenty four year old woman was shot and killed as she drove on route thirty three and freehold officials say there's been two other random shootings in monmouth county in recent weeks including one and asbury park with the can't be sure they're connected after an actress appeared in court today thorny say they're expecting more rests in the upstate new york alleged sex called called nexium prosecutors told the judge that the government plans to file a new indictment against moore defendants but didn't go into specifics smallville actress allison mack along with alleged sex cult leader keith appeared in a brooklyn federal court for a hearing on sex trafficking charges both have denied wrongdoing in the case she's been on house arrest at her parents home in california and word is mac and her attorneys are working on a plea deal to avoid a trial i'm lisa g for seven ten w o r word this afternoon that a graduate student has been found dead on the rutgers new brunswick campus record saying only that the cause of death is being investigated and that foul play is not suspected governor murphy trying to get new jersey residents around part of the new federal tax law which caps deduction when it comes to the new federal law capping state and local tax deductions at ten thousand dollars we know that president trump for the republican leadership in congress targeted states like new jersey when they wrote this fall so governor murphy signed a bill allowing local governments to form charitable funds folks can end donate and get a credit off their property taxes and ultimately deduct that donation but it remains to be seen if the irs will it governor murphy argues thirty three other states have previously set up similar funds that are tax deductible this is not in any way special treatment for new jersey i'm scott pringle for seven ten double the or and the news brought to you by the salvation army donate your used vehicle today call eight hundred.
"freehold" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"He's like greenwich were fm rich bro and i'm like what and he comes over and he goes he goes dude he goes he goes you know that oh man with the pipe you notice all the yeah yeah he goes all he had was to six circle he goes he goes you know that guy you know with with with the derby and stuff and i go yeah yeah he goes he goes all he had was the one circle he goes so i played the six one exact i go my god manigault seven hundred fifty seven he goes no i go i go what do you mean no he goes no he goes when i when i went up to the window who's like thirty seconds to post in these people are hurrying and he goes instead of saying six one one six i said six when i said six one again he goes we got fifteen hundred of and i'm going to get so if a wooded came on six and you're talking about a whisker difference we would have got zero instead we got fifteen hundred dollars we tip to tip the guy probably like fifty bucks were walking added air we tell my mom we won three hundred bucks you know next thing you know i mean we got all this money we got to the meadowlands that you know the next night we go to atlantic city for three days cut school forget about it one of those one of those jersey stories well that got into because joe lisi lives in freehold and that's where it all started joe that's a great story i can tell you this freehold raceway is is probably closing up within the next few months di that so that's a sad story and they don't get prices like that anymore everything is struck back back in freehold raceway so you go there to watch the games but they're they're not prices like back in the day when you were a kid not not not the same old fund and taken advantage and that's why those stories will stay with me forever because they're long gone they're not happening anymore ken thompson mike scalia in studio nfl sharp guy joe lisi mr college football update bucks fifty eight thirty five halftime they lead the celtics by twenty three wizards close out the raptors by nineteen one twenty.
"freehold" Discussed on talkRADIO
"You can choose whether you have a passionate all except i said i live in a building a victorian houses being converted to flats we have we have we aid where share the freehold heavily so all leases specifically state you cannot have a dog cannot all the pets we had guinea pigs a lovely little can you pick stay with us looking off of a half to code picky this week we're last left but we're not allowed to have a talk of a very good reason because you know these things could bother other people noise mass and the like the the labour party wants to make the case it regardless of what landlord says regardless of what any lease you sign says you can have a pet as someone who's been looking into a property over the years when he is particularly the social housing tenants what do you make of that i think i test when i spoke to research early this morning and i mentioned this i just stole my best initial loft because i just think that um it just shows you how absolutely outoftouch politicians off um when we look at the massif uh important um and socially changing issues of social housing and the lack of it in particular social housing and and fat fair market value in the private sector just the fact that that they're talking about pets in in um in the crisis where we're facing i just fun slightly ridiculous to be honest i mean i think is missing the point that this is this is a positive i'd be tenants' rents they all their mocking this is a as part of that yeah animal welfare but i would say actually at that this isn't this isn't helping the welfare of animals if noise no on animal welfare in my eyes is just absolutely silly to be honest i mean you know as as a nation we're going to spend nearly four billion pounds on temporary housing over the next five years and we're talking about whether you should be allowed pet so now of course to some people it is important i absolutely understand why you shouldn't be allowed pets for instance in the fetchy story tower it's no practical to have pet some associat though not not saddled the pets i'll have to say i.
"freehold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"When i tell you they were all over nine with you i a caught i'm coming southbound coming home want about 54 coming after freehold mall right hand term five thirty seven the lights come on behind me so the guy told me over and i'm pretty sure he was expecting to find a young kid under seventeen or seventeen where the drive car the polls near over tells me has has been doing sixty five and a fifth that's fifty five mile knowledge on there i checked that um usually i'm anne empty i'd give him my idea and that's your son thanked were stopped bright do that didn't want us about example kids there mm hmm pretty much comes back in third after much know any break the he'll be back comes back with a ticket for the license plate praise your put on the car and obstructing passing traffic he was the only vehicle on nine that he came up behind me like a rocket showing like did profiling happens at night and caught one hundred eighty bucks now because it was your daughter that you had to go take up the major split or no no good man it's nice you could all traffic dave in how will you in new jersey 101point points hi guys okay resign you ever gonna really petty stupid ticket yeah go to your app driving through which held up montereau and uh i was told by relatives that the cop out are a little bit though a out to get you so i'm i'm i'm driving data let the 580 we or something and along road and ahead in a literal and there's like if you're caught and bowled perfectly under the limit dragging along danger under about a quarter of a mile total when when the fight changes up monroe you put the lights uh he comes to cardi's like today of mike absolutely not he's like well euro windows are tested mike i'm sorry are i when i what the carpet and hand and i order to my own township where i live up an hour and they told me a tie so you're like me feel like legislation so i take it that give mansura part and all the insurance the fired card by that they before dawn i can give three.