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"jobe" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"We went ahead and started a project that we internally called systems and documentation and this is where we outline what their workflow looks like. What specific tasks that they would want a future employee or future hire to have how repeatable is this? What are the different the different variables that go into making certain decisions. So we build guides SOPs and manuals for a future higher. But not only for future higher, but also for them themselves, because what solopreneurs forget sometimes is they also need standardization of their own processes because you're onboarding a client and you're going, what did I do last time again? What am I supposed to do next? Right, and you can waste a lot of time doing that. Yeah, yeah, you can spend a lot of time doing that. And especially if you've been a solopreneur for a long time, you know how you do things. But how do you clearly explain that to someone else coming on board? When they're intuitive to you, it's hard. And we have one client that is actually going through this exact same process right now and they sat there and they're like, well, I do this. I'm like, but what does that look like? Take me through the first step. And we go through these round of interviews basically having them brain dump and even having them forward us copies of what they have sent to clients, what they look like so that we can document that set standards for that. And then put that in a system. A lot of times the solopreneurs don't actually have a project management system, and we build one for them within the SMB project offering that we have. So we give them specific workflows specific guides for those workflows and then a system for them to be able to track and manage have they done a, B, and C, the process documentation is important, but it's also important for them to be practical and for them to be practical and applicable. You need the systems to go along with that and vice versa. You can't just have a system and not have a process to support the system. You can't have a trial over a Monday and not know what's supposed to consistently go in those in those tasks and in those cards and projects and stuff. So that we built that project. We put together a hiring plan with the position description to help him bring on person. So it's a bit of like a recruitment project, essentially. We try to find what is important to him as a client on what type of person I would like to bring on. We've already defined what types of tasks are going to be working on. And then we develop kind of a timeline on interviews, hiring. We did the position description. We actually put out the position announcement. And we reviewed the resumes that had come in. We interviewed and screened every applicant that we thought were. Qualified applicants. And then we picked the top three to 5 applicants for our client to do a final interview. And then they decide because it is their higher. They decide who to hire. Once they take care of the paperwork and actually have this person on staff, we help onboard the person. We onboard them and we meet with them just about every single day. We kind of handhold. This is the first time you're ever guiding anybody a staff member on how to do something on your team that has never had a team member before let me help you run your huddle meetings every morning and how to direct this person. And in the first two weeks, we do a lot of hand holding. And then we slowly let our hand go. So we go from like an everyday meeting to biweekly meeting to all the way to just once a month to see how things are. To really make sure that this person that they brought on, this team that they are building is holding. And it is in the systems that they have put in place are working for them. Yeah. This is really full service collaboration. I mean, almost starting with business coaching a little bit, especially for solopreneurs to really get them to understand how they're doing things and dreaming about what things will look like in the future down to this really clear road map and practical implementation. I mean, you're doing it all. It sounds fantastic. Yep. Our motto or our tagline is get it handled. Right. Right. That's awesome. So rona, you've probably hear a fair amount of feedback and praise from these clients that you work with and help out. So what's maybe the biggest compliment you received or perhaps something that hit you here frequently from your clients about the work that level up strategies does for them. The one thing that we hear consistently is they wish they had done this years ago. They wish they had taken the leap and moved forward with their business years ago, because had they done this 5 years ago, they would be much farther along the way where they are now. But one phrase that I always like to remind them is you can always start but again. And that's okay. So rona, where can we learn more about what you guys do at level up strategies? I think you mentioned that you've got a newsletter. We do. So the best way to learn about us is to go on our website. I will share with you the link Stephanie on where that is so that you can sign up for our updates with our newsletter. But you can also find us on LinkedIn and Facebook. And in the website, once you sign up for the newsletter, we give updates on what's happening internally and externally. We have recently started a blog and in the blog we talk about the EFM lifestyle and how that applies to work itself. And we also talk about a lot of small business topics. So if you're a small business owner, the blog is a great resource. If you're an EFM, the blog is also a great resource. And if you're an EFM who has a small business or is looking to start a small business, that is a perfect site for you to visit. Yeah, it sounds just really relevant to our listeners in particular. So thank you so much for sharing about level up strategies today, rona, and it was a real pleasure to talk to you. Thank you, Stephanie, have a great one. Thanks for listening to this episode of available worldwide. The podcast that introduces you to the partners of the American foreign service who are creating portable careers. If any of the stories that you've heard today inspired you to share your story,.
"jobe" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"Let's see what we can do. Yeah, and I agree with just the talent in this group and the experience as well. I mean, that's one thing that prompted us to start this podcast as Lauren and I were looking around and saying, wow, there's all these people with all this amazing experience work experience professional experience. And yet, yeah, a lot of us do find ourselves in, as you said, well, well, there's nothing wrong with stamping passports. If that's not what you want to be doing, yeah, it can be really frustrating. So that experience of living in Brazil started to set off this idea or help you maybe get the idea that something like this could be needed. Did you launch very quickly after that? Or what did that process look like from idea to implementation? So on the EFM side, you know, the EFM career side, it was I didn't launch immediately because I hadn't look into I had looked into what this could even look like. I did know that there was something was needed and everybody talks about the problem that is EFM employment everywhere. And a lot of us who have had careers prior to our espouses joining the foreign service. Sometimes we do know ahead of time that this is the best it's going to be either career stagnation or just relaunching yourself over and over and we come to accept that. And for others, like myself, it was sort of know that hypothetically. And then it hits once you really once you get there and you're like, oh wow, I mean this is it. So that did linger in my mind for quite some time that was around 2014. And it wasn't until 2019 where small businesses in the D.C. area really had started coming to me and said, hey, I've seen what you've done with this work. Can you help? I've seen what you've done here. Can you help? Can you help me with this? And I'm like, well, I can try an issue of capacity, like do I have the time to do it? And do I have the time to help everyone out there? Yeah, so you started out going into this as a solopreneur. As an individual consultant, is that right? I think that was a spark, although when we started when I started sitting down initially, I started to just help the small businesses that I personally knew and have had a connection with. And I wanted to help my Friends. I wanted to help my friends who were in small businesses. And I wanted to help my friends who were EFM. And the connection happened later when I think I came to a realization towards the end of 2019, maybe the beginning of 2020 when I said, you know, this is something that actually needs to happen and be formalized. So I did dabble a little bit into, okay, maybe I could just be a solopreneur because I've done that before. I have been a solar in trying to bring in my own contracts on my own. And it has been it's lonely. I'll be honest. It's lonely and it's also no one to collaborate with. And it's easy and it's lonely. You know, there's that saying, if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with your team or go with others. So at the beginning of 2020, having that realization and I said, well, this could really be it, something that is large enough to affect two communities of badly meet each other. Yeah. So how many people do you have on your team right now? Currently, we have 13 people on staff. 13, wow, wow. And how did you go about building that team where these all AFMs that you knew or other people that you knew or people in your network or did you just sort of put out job applications or a little bit of everything? I started with people that I had known the first EFM to join us. Morgan actually, I met serendipitously because we worked on a couple other things together. And then I didn't even realize that she was an EFM. And then when I did, I said, oh, hey. Here's what I'm working on here is what this is and I know you've been helping me on a couple of other things. What about this? And then when we sat down to actually finally sat down to formalize it, I did bring on a partner who's also an EFM. We met in Brazil and that's Laura. And when she and I formalize the business, then we started with people that we knew. You know, the thing with small businesses and growing teams and that's kind of our specialty we help small businesses and solopreneurs grow their own team. And we do our best to practice what we preach. You have to make sure you have an equal, you have equal amounts of effort and expenditure when it comes to building your internal operations and building your business development, your revenue. So you've got to make sure you've got the business to support the internal staff that you're growing and vice versa. So it's always a balance of, okay, do we bring on new staff members when we're about to sign a contract or do we just do we take a leap of faith and bring on people? It's been a bit of both, you know, every time we've run I think about three recruitment rounds now. So to answer your question, we started with folks that we knew first. And then we tried to make sure that we were able to project and forecast how many people will need in the future and what kind of projects that we're bringing on. And what kind of clients that we're bringing on. And we just ran recruitment rounds. No more than two in a year. Typically, and that's how we got to 13 people on staff. Since a lot of them or maybe all of them, I'm not sure our EFM are they currently all in the D.C. area or are they spread out across the world? They are not. So when we run a recruiting round and put out position descriptions, we have mainly been targeting or been sharing them with our network of EFM in the foreign service and also is a military. So military spouses and Ford service spouses make up a 100% of our staff. That's awesome. We have everyone. We have about we have four people here in the D.C. area. And then we've got people. I think we have two people in Asia, three in Europe. Or the Europe kind of Africa region that time zone. Right, right? Yeah. We sometimes forget that's the same time zone. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, that's so exciting, though, because I mean, you guys get it. Like you get that it's important to be able to have that job that you can take with you and that you're not going to be at risk of someone being like, oh, it's not okay that you work there anymore. I mean, that could come from the host country, but from your side of things, you understand what the lifestyles like. Oh, absolutely. And we share we share our own stories internally to on what's happening in so many PCS and unexpectedly as somebody going on R and R and we have built a what I like to say is a really solid system internally of how we hand off projects, how we get folks to cover projects if they're going to be out or if they're going to go on R and R if they're going to go on home leave. So we anticipate a lot of these things. And we have built our internal operations and processes to make sure that we are able to do that seamlessly so that the client doesn't feel a thing. Maybe they might feel a little bit of a little bit of change, but they know that at the end of the day, it is going to get handled by really reliable people. Now, something you mentioned that I thought was really unique is that you and I believe the rest of your team only work part time. That's right. So was that it sounds like a very conscious decision from the start to do things that way. It was and it is. Because of the lifestyle that we have. Now, not to say that we won't take on anyone full-time, who wants to work full time? Absolutely..
"jobe" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"Available worldwide. I'm Stephanie Anderson here today with run a job of level up strategies, rona welcome. Thank you, Stephanie. Thanks for having me. So let's get started with our quick fire questions just to get to know a little bit about you. So rona, as I already said the name of your business is level up strategies. But can you tell us a little bit about what you do? Sure. So we are a consulting and implementation company and what that means is we specifically work with driven leaders in small business in the small business and startup community from different industries to get them to their next level. And that's through strategy, planning and the actual implementation of the work that they need based on what we had discussed through strategic planning, whether that's in marketing and operations. Great. And where is it that you're currently located and who do you live with partner pets kids and so forth? Sure. I'm in Arlington, Virginia. I live with my husband three children and two dogs. I know you've been an EFM for about ten years now, you said. So what countries have you lived in so far? So we have actually only lived in one country and that is Brazil. So our first post was here in D.C. and then we were posted to Brazil. And then we were posted back to D.C. on semi expectedly. We did on it. And we have been in D.C. for the last three posts now. Oh, wow, okay. Yeah. And we bid again next year. So we'll see what happens after that. See where life takes you. Yeah. Is there something that sort of impractical that you carry around the world with you when you move or perhaps when you travel? I really don't. I feel like in this lifestyle, it's nice to have those impractical things that really comfort you, but I feel like that is also a practical thing to have. So I could say, you know, it could be impractical to have a special coffee drip that I have. But it is practical because I don't think I have anything that is absolutely truly impractical because I feel like they all serve their purpose. And what's your ultimate comfort food, perhaps besides coffee? Okay, so I don't have a specific cuisine that I like as a comfort food, but I love any kind of warm spicy soups and it just depends on the season or where I am if I'm able to find some kind of warm spicy soup. So whether that's pho or kimchi jjigae or even like a stew that is a little bit of the spicier side. I love having them. They wore my soul physically and figuratively. Yeah. And Rana last of the quickfire questions, what would you say is your superpower? I would say my superpower is the ability to find practical patterns and applying them to real life situations taking what is hypothetical and seeing how that can actually be a reality. Interesting. Very interesting superpower. So let's get into talking about your career path a little bit and your business. I know that you just launched level up in 2020. But you've been working as a consultant for quite a while. I think you said since 2008. So could you tell us a little bit about your work history, your career history and what led you to eventually starting level up strategies? Sure. So right after how far back do we begin? Right after college I moved out to the D.C. area just I love the culture I love the vibe. I love the just the city itself too. So I was here for an internship and then I ended up staying and I did some work in the policy analysis field. So I did Ed policy. I did DHS policy, DoD policy and then eventually I thought, you know, why don't I move into consulting because policy is very much hypothetical. I feel like and it takes many, many years for them to actually be implemented. So I wanted to go into something that was a little bit quicker, I guess. It is more applicable. So I went into consulting. And I have consulting for almost ten years. I want to say up until right after we had come back from Brazil. When we were posted to Brazil, I had communicated with my company. That we were going to be moving that this is going to be happening. I will be able to do a lot of things remotely. The company that I was with already had a really good culture of working from home of teleworking, one of the very few at that time, which was around 20 12, 2013. And so they did allow me to work from overseas from Brazil and I had worked from their remotely. However, as the longer you stay overseas, the one there's less time for you to do any kind of business development or help bringing contracts, contracts typically just dry up, right? And so by the time we did get back to the U.S., I had fully stopped doing consulting full time at the time. I also had my third child, while we were posted in Brazil. And when we had come back, I said, well, I'd like to have something that is a bit of a maybe a career change, but touches the community directly. Not so much something that is not so big on traveling, which consulting is big on traveling. It's 25% or up on travel. And so I started to connect with other small businesses in the area and then I ended up actually taking on a position at a small business in the D.C. area and I've been here ever since. And the more I met a lot of small business owners more I met a lot of entrepreneurs in this field and specifically in the D.C. region. The more I realized there was a big need out there for small businesses and small organizations and startups to help get their business off the ground. And at the same time, another community that I've obviously been a part of for many, many years need career progression need meaningful work need something that is more than just stamping a passport or something, not that there's anything wrong with that. But that was EFM connection realization had happened much earlier. I think back in 2015, 20, 2014, when we first got to Brazil and I sat down and I looked at all the women that I had met around the most of our women. A lot of the spouses and I said, wow, you all are just so talented. So experience. And yet, here we are, we're sitting here and I'm looking at my career. And I'm like, this is the best I can probably hope for is career stagnation. And that's the best case scenario. So having that kind of linger in my mind for quite some time, and then eventually making the connection years later of. Here's a community that need one another one another..
"jobe" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"And political discussion. I don't wanna get the discussion. I'm just saying there's there is another side of that that because people's seek asylum in the united states they should. We shouldn't test for code but we're not mandating vaccines of them as my point is we're not even putting them through a vaccine program right. That's my point is not whether or not they should be allowed in. That's not the point. It's you're letting group of people in without an another group of people you're mandating. I mean it's put that but to be put to be fair like we. This program isn't in place yet that we're talking about for having vaccines. It did become mandatory. They might set something up on the southern border. And say if you want in you have to have the next thing. I think i'm fine with that. They could do that now right. They have a surplus of vaccine so they haven't started that i mean it'd be a great use of xi's honestly young. No one else wants it here. You go yeah yeah rather throwing away all this money we've spent as country it so be sure using it nodding code waste Sets of Say that play into then Crew and vaccination requirements. That's a whole different i. I don't really. I can't even think about that. Honestly so united announce last week that it's going to require vaccination from its employees ink by mid october essentially The flight attendant union him out endorsing the policy. I thought the united memo was pending final approval. Now it was it was some. Yeah i think it's based on expectation of final approval date so as little but yeah. I don't think they'll require tellers file approval but it's like within three weeks prove to be don kind of thing or it's it's a relatively short period of time that i think in his final approval of any one vaccine. You have to be done so it's an injury. It's there's some with some interesting verbiage. As i understood but And maybe if you've got your first shot in your work on your second you get to stick around. I don't know by. I'll also for the first time actually read the agreement united had with its flight attendant union about vaccination initially and they were offering three paid days off in twenty twenty two for people who got it quickly. Enough regular operations Me good for business. Good for everybody that right. Like there's there's i wanna say like another here's fifty box who the range of the different offers is super interesting in terms of what's available On twitter when i was talking about at someone mentioned to me that you know depending on the ended up very much varies by airline but depending on the airline in the work group. You've got people who are very much against the vaccinations and it's a problem. So the fact that the union in one case agreed to it and supported it is. I don't say surprising but very good news in my mind You know when you see the unions arguing like has to be negotiated facet like i get that you don't want the management of Impose something on you. But when you're announcement primarily for your safety to say we're not gonna endorse. Acclimation is a pretty stupid safety position. I was gonna ask so. Delta has not done this. Right explicitly said it will sort of marital southwest icier straddle. Defense saying they would like get it. But vaccination or frequent testing requirement that specified investment knowledge frequent frequented is or. Who's going to pay for it. And that's the last that i think it'll be interesting is right now. And we've talked about this. A little bit separately is for me to get a test at my local guys just free. Shy call them. Appointments are widely available juncture. Because so few people had it here. And i drive through. I got my results. The next day. honesty when you were saying it was actually hard to get free tests for awhile at the main hospital. Baio By if you had to pay for it would you continue to pay for it to to not be vaccinated to work. No tam succeed because it could be expensive medicines like this. This is the people who are buying fake vaccination card Scandal vaccine i promise undocumented listeners united states so anyway now it's i think that's an interesting one. The who pays for those. That testing is really. I think could help drive some of the adoption as you know if get tested once a week even if it's only twenty bucks so that adds up in what about so i was thinking about Your delta now delta south west end american right both being texas based carriers. I wonder how much the governor's kind of morning saying employers can't mandate the vaccine has played in georgia and the georgia. How much played into their decisions like today. I it is delta really not want to go to bat Or to eat southwest not really wanna fight the state and be entangled in that or are they more worry about pissing off employee's probably a mix of both But delta's got a chief health officer who is an md and hasn't said anything publicly since he got the job and that's feels like what's the advocation booty there i don't know like how if maybe reporting internally on stuff but like They made a huge hiring chief health officer and having a doctor board help make sure the company is doing things right and to have a policy that doesn't save vaccination is the solution. Seems like a weird position for said dr interesting. what is jobe spec. Tell me about this. we wanted. I wanted to talk that in with the version atlanta conversation but we got there eventually Jobs to be a publicly traded company as of august eleventh. Jobe jobe is one of the many ev tall startups so they were super secret. Quiet base in the bay area. Like i wanna say that somewhere like a secret hideout where they were building their multiple off Eventually autonomous electric vehicle and with this latest deal. They've got one point six billion dollars in the One billion in the bank now to actually get to production and certification on everything. I think they also announced that they're going to get themselves certified as an airline so while other people can buy joey vehicles. They won't be able to write them themselves. It's an interesting change. Yeah certainly variable to include in the calculations but yeah. It's i think in the vitale world whether it's a smart business or not whether it can replace helicopters and become something that is sufficiently safe and integrated into the airspace and affordable in a manner that actually drives real usage or not. I think they all those is probably now Safe yet at probably the on. Skeptical of I think the there's going to be big shakeout in terms of who has the money to try and right now job. He's got the money to try one of the they're pretty far along their development and they've got the money and on wednesday they are actually as part of their Roosevelt opened the stock exchange and whatnot. They're bringing their Model to more manhattan. The drove it in how to drive it. So there's that but we didn't. We didn't fly down here trying to figure out if i can get them to spit up once in hot me over to jfk. And i can take that over the offer. The inaugural london. Kayla's test this thing out yet. I'm working at. It's not gonna happen. I'm trying oh man. Well i think that's a that's a show guys For our patriots scarves ran talk a little bit about united status challenging and some misleading promos and also some jets on a highway and united states so Yeah stay tuned if your paycheck subscriber if you're not and you'd like to be good patriot on and look us up and subscribe there You can just leave us a comment on twitter at that's lines or more dots maligns dot com till next time have travels by later..
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"I Am Always Enough Just Being"
"Today. I am so thrilled to have you all tuned in for our guest. She is so down-to-earth such a busy woman. And if you look at the movement. She's leading i. Frankly don't know how she does it all our conversation. This particular conversation inspired me. And i came away from it. Renewed and challenged do more introspection to look at my mental health. More covered issues. That always been booed in bogus bonnie culture and for me. It wasn't easy to talk about stuff that was considered and still is considered western construct or a privileged that many cannot afford but today's guest and i spoke about it and it was fun. It was beautiful. It was challenging. Yes but i would do it again. If given an opportunity. Sahara goalie is the prince and energy behind brown girl therapy. A mental has platform that is the first and largest of its kind. What started out as fashion project turned into a world where community for first and second generation immigrants who seek to understand a firm that emotional and mental experiences. I did a lot of research. I looked at other platforms and i realized you know there really. Isn't there just. There wasn't anything that existed for children of emigrants when it comes to mental health. And as i reflected on my experiences i realized a lot of by struggles are rooted in this cultural. As in this identity as a child of immigrants. I remember as a kid and even now there are moments of consciousness in experiences that i have literally trouble putting words to are fully comprehending a lot of cultures. Like my own did not promote mental health conversations. Never mind have the lexicon. To even engage nasa hodge colby biz witnessed this unique reality and uses her platform to address these issues. I cannot wait for you all to hear what she has to share. An amazing amazing cheney up onto now and if you want to learn more about brown girls. Ap give her a follow on instagram and they also have a newsletter for which you can sign him. And i've said this before if you have any new ideas story ideas guest ideas diaz even email us. You can reach out to us. This is your platform. And i want to have as many conversations as began with people who stories will resonate with you our listeners. So let's get started. So i am so excited for this episode because i feel like there is so much that i always wanted to talk about and this episode is going to be my answer. Do all that. I want to talk about especially in the context of mental health. But a lot of what we are going to talk about is tied to your story. So i want to start with your ginny thus far. Can you share your story way. did you grow up. where were you born. How did you end up where you are right. Now sure I'm really excited to be here and be having this conversation with you. So i was born in the suburbs outside of richmond virginia The first of my family to be born in the west. I have two older siblings. Who moved to this country with my parents. Right before i was born and i was socialized. Grew up in predominantly non-indian environments. Yes so my parents from job but my mom actually is from japan so while she's full indian full-page rb Grew up in japan. So i have family in japan so i was born outside of richmond. Virginia my parents and my siblings were all born in india but my mom was socialized and grew up in japan. So i spent most of my years growing up Our vacation time between visiting family in india. Which would be. My paternal family and split time going to japan to visit my maternal family. So i feel like. I grew up in a try cultural household because my mom would often make japanese food she would often be watching tv. Dramas and japanese and we have a lot of decorations around the house. That are japanese but my family is sick. They follow the sick religion and my dad is fairly religious and so we grew up speaking jobe. You know going to goodwater on sundays. But i was going to school and had friends. Who were not sick or indian
Uber Jettisons Flying Car Project
"Getting out of the flying car business for now wouldn't put uber right up there with the futuristic TV family from the 19 sixties. But The New York Times says the company's passing on its flying car project to a Silicon Valley startup It's also handing off autonomous Taxi plans to Jobe Aviation to shore up financial losses. Uber will still be attached to both operations. It's investing $75 million in Jobe. The two will become partners once flying cars reached the market. Deborah Rodri get
How to make the most out of your iPhone camera
"If you have an iphone you really need to have yourself in a mobile photography rig. And what i mean by that is and this is. This is a pick that encompasses a few pieces but This is something you can buy for yourself or by for a loved one or your kids or whatever but what you should have. Ideally is a way to melt your phone a tripod. An additional light source and ideally. This should be able to fit into a purse or even a jeans pocket because it's mobile photography you don't want to carry a big bag full of stuff and i've kind of perfected mine over the years and And i would recommend that you do the same in the things you get with. That is a tripod gives you the ability to do time lapse autography and long exposure photography and a bunch of stuff cool stuff we talked about last week. is all available to you because of a tripod and he doesn't eat off. Go crazy to buy the six hundred dollar. Peak design tripod. You can get by with you know very meagre stuff but you just need a source and The one i've recommended in the past as the jobe micro tripod Which is about the size of a stick of gum when you fold it up. It's so small that it fits my jeans pocket. It fits in the coin pocket. My jeans pocket Looking for a link for the show today and it looks like this discontinued that made me very sad man but there are still some out there. Like being h had some in stock. But you know if you can find one get one. Because i don't know that there. I looked for like twenty minutes. I could not find anything like it. But i'm sure that somebody's gonna make very micro tripod once this one goes off the market. But even if you don't get one that small if you just search google for mini tripod there's a bunch of them available. They'll fit in your pocket as well so you want small tripod and what that gets us the ability to lock your camera down when you combine it with a tripod mount for your phone and i think there's really only one i would recommend for that. That's the cliff device. And that's the same one that austin talked about last week and we've mentioned this one on the past as well. I mean both of us are friends with the guys over there but they honestly made the best tripod mount for a phone. And i think is the version three one the when they're selling now. Has that locking cam mechanism. So whether your phone is in a case or not in a or whether it's an iphone or an iphone jumbotron with big taste on it. It doesn't matter this thing will hold it and it's got a bunch of locking points. It's just the one and that fixed in your pocket as well and then the last piece of it which. I don't think i've really mentioned on. The show is is the loom cube which is tiny. led light source The the generation one was like about an inch and a half deep in the new one is like half of that so it's even easier to stick it in your pocket. You charging it's got a battery built in it's waterproof it's got a magnet on it so you can attach it anything but if you are out taking pictures with your phone and you just have one additional light source you can offset the light source for your subject you can do all sorts of cool things with it and if you get those three things at tripod tripod mount and the light source your your mobile photography game is gonna go way up and with a newer iphones. They have these amazing cameras in them. You just make it work. I have taken so many pictures with my iphone and just in that tiny little tripod on top of a trash can or something that just look amazing and people think i you know. How did you do that. And it's just a few things that fit in my pocket
"jobe" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church
"I'll be with you notice that when it's not a matter of if you know, when you go to The Rivers they will not overtake you when you walk through the fire. You shall not be burned. Remember that worship song. I love it when Kari Jobe songs that I am not alone. I'm not alone. I love those words. You will go before me you are with me. That's the beautiful thing. It's what I love about that song. In fact repeat this after me when God is near God is near. I've nothing to fear, you know the fear. It's that simple off now, I want you to look at your Bibles in Psalm 23, and I want to I want to show you something cuz I want to I want you to notice that the language actually changes from verse two and three diverse for Thursday. If you look in verses two and three David uses the third person as he's referencing God, he makes me he leads me he restores me. But the moment he gets to the fourth verse. He moves at the second person. You are with me your Rod your staff you prepare a table. You annoyed my head see here's want you to grasp when we're in a valley. And it's only in the valley when we get to come face-to-face with God like Jacob wrestling David. I don't believe I've by accident is is just carelessly used foul language. I think he shifts it to help you understand when you're in the valley your religion now becomes a relationship exactly when you're in the valley. You don't keep talking about you're talking to God. It's a beautiful thing. God is always present. He's not someone out there. Dave is like he's here right now. This is good stuff. What's going through your mind? I think it's amazing to to pick up on things like that the tents in which he is speaking of or to God. You know, most of us don't catch that kind of stuff and it's really profound. I mean, it makes a big difference in that verse and that's why you're taking weeks to to go through the one verse wage. You know, it's it's amazing to me the.
Hailing the Air Taxi: Secretive Joby Aviation's new electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft
"Tell us about your trip. Over fires I understand to to get to this. Secret Jobe test. Rain what you saw. Yeah thanks Joe will I've gotta say it was the story in terms of getting the story You briefly mentioned the the fire situation it all happened in the middle of the first big wave really of of wildfires out in California and my initial flights to the San Francisco Bay area, which is really where Jobe is based overall was through a dense clouds of smoke In both directions we had to wear face masks, of course, a part of the covert protocol but we ended up wearing three facemasks. He showed the flight back because otherwise we couldn't have we couldn't breathe in the smoke. So it was the the second flight that I took me onto their sort of undisclosed test area, which was even more interesting because that day. Having. Got To this location and then drove from for many miles into the secure facility came around the corner and they're hiding away. This valley was a small, very unusual looking hell not a helicopter, not not a fixed wing aircraft either this little like a strange hybrid between the two and that's that's the whole point about this new generation. It's something which we're still trying to really figure out as as well as the FAA I think what it is dealing with it, but it was fascinating experience. I showed up it was a really hot afternoon They basically were all poised waiting for me to get there since the dead they had the the vehicle on this little test area in the valley right in front of me a few hundred yards away they and that's the thing. The other thing about electric vehicles is you just turn them on. You know there's no sort of like. Slow. Wind up of a turbine or a piston foreing up it's just flick the switch and the lights come on you flick another switch and it lifts up into the into the air on a was what it was like the the sound which I couldn't wait to hear was so interested to know what it was going to be like eventually when the sun came to me, I was hoping. that it would be different than it was because I had expected something like one of those quad copters where you hear that sort. Of. Sound of the electric motors and ready sort of drums that sort of sound and but it didn't it was much low freak lower frequency sound very lower intensity. San Than expected. Vehicle took off and performed some maneuvers that are sort of relatively low altitude and the whole time I was standing beside. Justin Paints the chief test pilot and we were just chatting in a normal voice. Right it was right aside in beside us, it went off down the valley did some maneuvering. And? Transit didn't fully transitioned to wing bond fly because the valley area isn't that large. But it did become debt fatty fast as it maneuvered across in front of us and and landed and. that it was a remarkably quiet experience when the vehicle was down to the other end of the valley not too far away I mean just a few hundred yards You could hardly hear it above the background noise of of the of the INNOVA around the valley. So I think it would be effectively quite silent in an urban environment. They do say also that in forward in wing borne flight, it will also be effectively silent because The big thing about this design is it is it is a sensor they describe as a powered glider. It's like a like a motor glider really that can take off and land vertically. So it's just a very different way of looking at it. I think. It certainly looks very different. You know you think of a helicopter this has has more the wingspan of small aircraft. Yes exactly. Yeah. Incentive size. It's just a little bit short a wingspan than a embraer phenom one, hundred they they small business jared. An linked it's only just over twenty twenty, one feet body length of fears large with a little bit of overhang with the the the props at the back. But essentially, it's a very small package a footprint that's really designed to essentially go where helicopter like an forty four would fed. So that's the principle is that you're packaging this around six electric power unit. So EPA US, they call them and in a sort of a an oval shape which gives you a nice sort of equal area of left on each side and. Essentially redundancy it case one of those systems fails you've always got five others. One would power down the other forward power up to keep your balanced It's just a the so many layers of redundancy that are built into this design that you know sort of goes to the fact that. Job has really put safety as the absolutely leading design principle for this having actually figured out how to make it a vehicle fly one, hundred, fifty nautical miles. At about one, hundred, seventy five points and do it in such a way that you can recharge between between missions even at that length in a short time. So it's a the so many areas to look at.
"jobe" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"Healing does come you know healing does come they just? Looks different feels different. It takes different amounts of time right? doesn't mean the memories of the pain are GonNa always be there but the healing bottom of the presence of God and who he is just bring the healing. We can only say was from him, you know concert that's I. think that's just the beauty of during. Life and relationship in relationship with the father with God as our father Jesus their friend with the Holy Spirit of the comforter and. It's just attorney and it's all going to find ourselves in different places. So I think for me like. I just walk to and stuff and I think I could have chosen to stay offended. In that would have been maybe. Maybe easier for sure. Sure, absolutely easier but but it wouldn't have been beneficial for me. It's just. But it it takes them like disciplined to get in the word. and to have hard conversations with the Lord and let him let him speak and and. Being community with the life giving people that can pull you out of the pit you know that say, Hey. or or you know like Bruni Bounce the sin something along time ago that I was really impacted by like sometimes you just need to get have friends and get in the pit with you cried out to. Be Real. And just not have to have the answers and the seasons and just say, I'm just going to thank you. It's you right? Yeah we'll get. We'll climb the ladder one day and get out of here but that's not today you know. So I don't know I went I went really but they go I. Love It. It's amazing because I mean. That's I love that you know that's your your interpretation of your journey in your in your calling. Is. Is hearing from the Lords sitting with the Lord being in the word and being in community. There's nothing about. That answer that's you know you go in and banging down doors and trying to make a path for yourself. You know and I think that that's what we all need to remember is that is it it is. It is seeking God and. His word and how he shows himself and the people around us and it's beautiful and obviously we see we look at Your Life we look at your ministry and your family and And the faithfulness of God is all over it and and it's just a really beautiful. Beautiful, picture of of what the Lord has in store for his kids and so we are all very blessed. By you and by your family and early grateful that we get to be. In close proximity to so we can't wait for the day. We get to be actually seeing each other face to face again around here soon hopefully. Yes, hopefully hopefully, we'll thank you what an honoring. Experience to chat and talk about. Life and I when you were saying something made me think of last Night Canyon are four and a half year old. was putting ended bed and he said, hey money. 'cause I call an angel. I said, okay. Angel tend to go to bed like I'm your angel. Jesus has angels. And I said, yes, he does and he goes yeah. There's angels outside our house right now and I said there are he is yes. He goes. Did you know angels are Jesus presents for us? Like really. And then he goes yeah. Jesus has lots of peasants he likes to give us oh.
"jobe" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"Way that it feels and having to look different and all that. Totally. So there's so much I can say, but I'm sure and. How do you well would you encourage like you're talking about like seeing a ministry and a new way? How would you? Encourage other people. In that zone of ministry looks different and it looks like you know we we've all had to kind of revamp the way we approach our people and community and all of these things. So what are you? What would you say that you know in that zone where where you take away the people in so many instances Ministry were so called into this and what does that? What does that look for you guys? Yeah. I mean I think we're still navigating that for sure I think it's just being president and real people. And staying encouraging like disdain for the word of God to the. Truth of the word of God had not shifted or changed around. That is always gonNA. Bring that. That's always gonNA bring forth fruit and so and so good I brick favorite I. don't even know why I just called her fraser ever that. Brooke the posted. Brooklyn you She posted yesterday split up because it's worth mentioning Awesome She just talked she just talked about how? People are getting a little bit like exhausted from online community. And screen fatigue. Here's what she said. Screen fatigue Israel right now. But so is the benefit and beauty of staying connected to the Hart Vision and teaching of your local chick. Wow. Word and I'm like good. Gracious and then this part keep cultivating the discipline and habit of leaning in. Community is both a grace and a choice. I like that is. You can't say it better than that like I think people are getting fatigue, but we can't cleaning and we can't. Keep. We can't quit going out to the Lord, not just online and with our local church but in the word worse it I think, I, think if anything this season is creating having decreed disciplined. New to go after the Lord you know. So that's that is amazing I. Love that community is still a choice for us like that is that is such a good. And timely word for sure and I think too like with worship leaders. Even you know that's that's the that's the position that I would approach from too but you think like. We have to sometimes just be willing to lead ourselves in worship in quiet private you know and that should be the posture of our hearts always. But I think that that has taken on a new. A new meaning and it has caused a lot of us to have to check ourselves in like well, what do I need to be able to worship and? What, what do I really need in front of me or around me to be able to worship in there, and the the answer is really not much. You know I it's it's a posture and so just being able to lead ourselves and even our families to remember for me. It's been a lot of like remembering the importance of leading my children and teaching them to worship and And I want to ask you to you and you and your husband cody cody is an incredible worship leader at his own right you guys are like a powerhouse together. Thing I know for me? And my and my husband, and I think a lot of people have mentioned that they've just picturesque like sitting at home around the piano, just worshipping and singing all the time. That's certainly not the case what? You guys in your home you got to worship leader parents. You got sweet boys like what is that? What is worship look like in your house and your family, which is just paint a real picture for scary. We need some reality check. Yeah. Oh Yeah I love that. sometimes, it singing show yourself for. Canyon Favorite Song. and. I'm like, why isn't it like I love you. Something else did this but it's like so for knee. But what's really sleet is I've started to see some fruit with Kanye and he's four and a half musing and I'm seeing crew of just cultivating just an atmosphere of. Of letting the Lord's presence the real in our home because he's starting to write his own songs on and he'll start. Coming up his own lyrics and talking to us about, Gee, this and angels, and we're not constantly talking about that. You know but we have we have worship music in the house. We're really careful about screen. Stuff he watches on TV. You know I think it's just like every parent asking inviting the Lord into those like. Letting letting the the spirit of God rule and reign, and it's like It's real for watching Tallies Wild West and Moana, and you know. But but there's like just this element of like Holy Spirit. Just show that there's something that they shouldn't much and just being really careful in. So there's Times I'll turn the. Channel and you know say, Hey, bud ie mommy doesn't like that show and he'll say why not now have to explain well. I. Just think that the the spirit on that show is something we should that into our house. Just, trying to start teaching him like we want Jesus in his presence in the angels to want to be in our house. We have to be careful you know. Just. The conversations navigating like that kind of stuff I think also the same kind of worship leading you know. For sure. Tim. Awesome. And that's something that you don't have to be a worship leader to do you know like that's that is the position that and the posher that we all get as Christ followers MOMS. With these little..
"jobe" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"Today on the grow podcast Kerry. We're so glad that you could join us today. ME. Too thanks for having me. Of course you and your husband cody are incredibly great friends and family of passion. City and you know we've all known each other for a long time and you guys just means so much to us here. So. It's always fun to get to have you around in any capacity will. We Love Y'all so much feels like family every time together and just says, the Olympic God gives us those friendships to do life with in Ministry with Oh, for sure and I wanNA talk about the last time, we were all together at passion twenty, twenty because that was an amazing start to what was going to be an amazing year. Has Proven. But we I really want to go back to that moment. When you and cody leading US and We had been. We were at the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Here in Atlanta and the roof on that stadium opens and we've been trying to get it to open in different parts of the conference, but it wasn't working out and then all of a sudden in the middle of your set the roof opens to this beautiful gorgeous day and I just want it was just one of the most holy moments and so I, want you to just take us back to that moment to for you guys as you were leading in that moment. Because it was amazing for all of us. It's it's so funny 'cause there's like the spiritual side of it that says though beautiful and then like the physical like natural. Side of it that's kind of funny. But you know we we prayed before we came out like Lord I just pray that just the end of your spirit would move me room. It's literally something we prayed and I prayed something about I just pray that people feel your presence like Cangemi on their faces like we were just. Got The spirit of God says strong before we came to lead and the whole conference was so electric and our full. So it was just right me fever getting to step. We stepped in right after like Sean currently said and. Robbie's Greis is about to preach the expectation in their room would just men. Powerful. Doll whole time. Yeah. So Anything could have happened and I think people are lost their minds so. It was just you know ready for it and so. I had my eyes closed, which is like suggest funny part of it I had my eyes closed the whole time on like the the the roof is opening and I start feeling this wind. Star kick up in the room and when they when they the natural part of this is when they opened the the roof in that room, they tell everybody it feels like a whirlwind. Of. Wind. But but we didn't know that. And.
"jobe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"For a rideshare Be the Make a plan driver be the driver who saves lives. Go to zero deaths. MD dot gov. This message is brought to you by the Maryland Department of Transportation. That's a big Indian effect. It's not like you don't think you could get back down here. This isn't a game where you feel like man. This is the first time we've been down here. We better take advantage of you moving the ball against now what you do get this team was defensive, even Blitzen entire night. Some energy and excitement. A little bit of confidence. Here come the Bangles on first down from inside their own one job burrow up under center. Uncle back is mixing changing the play of the line grounds, really stacking that box? Hard count, they may have jumped over. Jobe may have come across with rookie quarterback pulled one on the better in there. I'm gonna stop calling rookie because now he's hard counting guys over Jobe closest person to defense number 65 remain. He's over the nose. You can't get intention to build using interesting 6000 people, no crowd, so you could be here with normal with 16,000. So his first five now from the six yard line, they go with Nixon thousands way out to the nine for three yards before Malcolm Smith made the stop. That's all you think about, like how much the crowd plays in games. Whether it's home advantage is really loud communicated on offense in this situation because there's no crowd noise. Now, the hard count more effective because really lay into second to Cincinnati to mix it again is close to a first down. To get to know you get a whole lot.
Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days
"Marked 100 Days and nights of Black Lives matter. Protests in Portland, Oregon. They began after the police killing of George Floyd on May 25th despite an uptick in police, violence and right wing militia groups confronting protesters in Portland. The demonstrators are determined to continue. Katya face Perrin Smith attended a solidarity building event in Portland this weekend. Any B way Got B. We got Jobe at Len's Park in southeast Portland on Saturday afternoon. Several 100 people showed up for community gathering with speeches, songs, inspiration and sharing resource is What's this? It's one of more than a dozen events across the city this weekend to mark 100 consecutive days and nights of protests for black lives matter. Regina rages, an organizer and emcee of the day's programme. And this right here. This isn't antiracist active, Resist states by being here today you are saying that you are anti racist I A is with P d X Black youth movement, which was formed in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd. And has led many of the Portland marches. It's coming out of a place of exhaustion. We're tired. Honestly tired. We've been fighting our whole lives and we have to continue to fight. I told you guys are stories. And it's hurting us. You know, it's Harding. Us. We just constantly have to relive it every single day. She asked the crowd to take a look at her attire. She's just come from basketball practice, wearing shorts and sandals and her hair pulled back. She's not just an angry black woman, she says. She's also a high school student and an athlete. But woman have always always been taught that we had the fight hard so hard we had to put in those countless hours. We have the practice harder than a white girl. We had to work so much harder. And why is that? It's because America has normalized normalized it. We've normalized little black girls being in these streets finding for their lives. But we haven't normalized black girls being doctors. Black girls being principles like girl be a teacher's why black women and especially protecting black trans women, was a major topic of discussion at the rally. Protesters say their demands haven't changed throughout the 100 days. They want to end anti black racism and police brutality and to defund police budgets to reinvest in community services. What's changed is the increased use of force by police against protesters. Did. Eisen, artist and organizer with black lives matter. He was one of many protesters arrested by federal agents last month process within an hour. I got tackled arrested. Realized they cut my finger over. Ask them why they arrested me. They would not answer. Why? Why just full ignore sitting in the back of the car, and I could feel my back of my shirt getting wet from blood. I can't look at this. Please, just fully ignore me. He said he was detained for about two hours, interrogated and photographed. Finally, they let him go. But he was given no documentation or court date, he said. It was only later speaking with a legal support team. He realized he was kidnapped. She realized Wow, you were actually Tell. I said that to say That is an important piece of this revolution. That's what we're dealing with right now. Making just rolled to the street, snatch people up and hold them hostage for however long that is very scary. Problem with doing the next day he quit his job at T Mobile to join the protest full time. On Friday night, Organ State troopers returned to the front lines of the Portland demonstrations, and, along with police arrested 27 protesters, according to the Oregonian. A viral photo from that night shows a woman beaten by police and blood dripping down her face as she's carried away by officers in riot gear. The Trump Administration has deputized the state troopers as federal agents, which means protesters could now face federal charges. The protesters charged that law enforcement has reacted disproportionately giving a pass to right wing militia while cracking down harshly against black lives matter. Demonstrators.
Creating TV shows on an iPhone
"This pandemic, we're seeing so many TV people recording from home and you're probably wondering how doing this. How are they recording on an iphone in reaching the broadcasting? Facility, we've got rich to mirrow here. He is tech reporter for Channel Five. Ktla in Los Angeles and he remotes first TV stations all over the country and he's. GonNa fill us in rich. How you doing I'm doing fantastic. Let me just first say a I think it was like my little personal dream to go live from my home for all of my stand in one place, and do five hours of live shots every morning for all these TV stations, and I thought. Wow, wouldn't it be more efficient for me to just have a home studio and do it from there? Well now I've been forced to do that, so my little dream has become. Become a reality, but I'll tell you it's been kind of a nightmare because it's not very easy, and if you've been watching me on TV folks that have been seeing, it have seen kind of an evolution of me going live from home. Because KTLA's been fantastic, they said hey do what you need to go live from home. Whatever and get the equipment you need thankfully as tech person. I have a lot of the equipment that I need to do this, but the bottom line is at this point. You only need a smartphone, which is the IPHONE and some software and a microphone, and so we've used to piece of software at KTLA. One is called. And the other is call TV. You and both of these things work in the same way. They take a signal from your phone, and they broadcast it back to home base, so it's kind of like using skype, but it's managed by the TV station, so they can manage in the quality way better than what you would get on an off the shelf product. Does that make sense does? The, let's let's go through. Let's go through the process, so you're doing the morning show it's seven. Oh five and they cut to. They say okay. We got rich with his tech segment. Now now you're sitting in Los Angeles at home and you've got the IPHONE. It's ready to go. Take me through the process. Yes, so when I get up in the morning, it's. It's Kinda like it's. It's like lighting up a little studio so in my spare bedroom which I've used to be the kids playroom I cleared it all out, which actually has been very bad, because the echo has been the biggest issue with the studio, and the problem is normally, and this is the other issue that I've run into normally when you're setting up a home. Home Studio. What do you do you figure out what you need what you have and what you have and you order the rest on Amazon. It's there the next day. Well. Guess what during Kovic Times? You can't just get next day delivery from Amazon so it has been a challenge to set up a home studio because I can't order the products that I need so. So, what I have here is a ring. Light that I used to use for live shots when I used to do like a podcast from home like facebook. Live so I i. Put that up and the ring. Light is kind of a big circular light that goes around my phone. My iphone sits in there and then underneath the iphone i. have another Tripod with A. An ipad on it and actually went to best buy and bought the Tripod Mount for that jobe amount, and then for that I've been using that as kind of a to watch KTLA and to also use as a teleprompter and so I. Did experiment with the Tele prompting APP as well? I didn't think it looked good on TV. I thought my eyes were a little shifty. So for me. It's easier to actually just kind of memorize some of my lines and read them off the script when we go to video which you called voiceover. But the microphone has been tricky. I've tried a lot of different microphones. A lot of the reporters at home are using. either. The apple included ear buds, and those work, really well Otherwise you have to kind of put a microphone into your phone, which is not very easy because professional microphones don't connect to the iphone unless you have a conduit, so I've been using a board I used for my podcast to connect the microphone into the phone, so it's gone very complicated Jefferson. A? What microphone you connecting theoretically into the phone? While so right now I'm using Oh my gosh. I have to look at my my headphones. Hang on. Audio Technica, and so this is an audio technica. It looks like one of the microphones that sports caster would use. It has the microphone that sticks out, but also the nice big headphones so with that I can hear what's called IFP so the other tricky part of this whole situation is that it's not like a video call where you can not worried you have. What's the return from? TV In my ear, so I have to be able to hear what the anchors are saying to me in my ear and. It gets really complicated. That's usually what we call be. We have this little cable that runs to a box that we listen to the programming of the station on, and when you're there live. Obviously you can hear the anchor talking to you, but when you're out in the field, you have to connect to an I've be box, and that's also another challenge, but these programs like I mentioned the. And the TV you, they allow you to pipe in the programming. Cheer IFP. I'm getting a little in the weeds year for the consumer audience. It's okay, do you? Do you pick up those programs in the APP store or are they Do you get up some other way we'll see? These programs are something that the TV stations pay a lot of money for it because they come associated with receiver so when I actually am broadcasting I'm broadcasting. Allied receiver we have at Ktla
"jobe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Investors were told were bitcoin mining earnings purportedly generated by their mining pool Gotcha discussed with his competitor's conspirators rather that their target audience would be dumb investors referred referred to them as quote sheep and said that he was quote building this whole model on the backs of idiots unquote. Gotcha directed others to manipulate. The figures displayed blade as quote mining earnings unquote during the course of the conspiracy. and they've got chat logs Between Gotcha and another guy where he is basically ordering this this other guy to completely cook up some statistics and numbers and yeah for example in February of two Thousand Fifteen Gotcha directed another conspirator to quote bump up the daily mining earnings starting today by sixty percent unquote to which is conspiracy conspirator warned. That's not sustainable. That that is Ponzi. Territory and fash fast cash out Ponzi. But sure okay. Yeah you've talked me into it. In September gotcha sent an email to another conspirator in which he suggested that bit club network quote drop mining earnings significantly starting now so that he could retire. Our the F. stands for I don't stands for apparently for rich as As the letter F that's impressive now to Jobe weeks is credit. He did send an email in June of two thousand seventeen to Gotcha and other in another conspirator in which he remarked at Bit Clubs Selling Shares in bit club and then not using the money to purchase mining equipment was quote not right unquote so apparently jobe at least did have amongst this group of alleged conspirators. Some some sort of a semblance of You know conscience while going on weeks And the other is obtained the equivalent of seven hundred turned twenty two million dollars from bit club network investors. They also conspired to sell bitcoin network shares which were securities according to the government. Notwithstanding the bit club network did not register the sheriff's with the S. E. C. weeks enabled created videos and traveled around the United States and the world to promote bit club network in one video. A Conspirator a spouse bitcoin club network was quote the most transparent company in the history of the world that I've ever seen unquote and in another video able able insured investors that the big club network was quote too big to fail.
"jobe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Here. You are so a lot of furniture and boxes delivered yours devolution into everything in Alan rooms offi crowd. I moved out again the paint as finished when the painter he promised to be all through today. Vive it'd be the five o'clock shopping will be finished the floor and out so you got to tell you mrs no they. We'll have Mr not know. Be here any minute I give you your keys and I will be downstairs if you want me. Thank you but I I. I don't think I need to tell tomorrow for you. Just go I I will message. Oh you're the pain or what are you doing years finding allow Mrs but you promise faithfully would be finished with the painting actor noon. Won't you be. I'll be out just a little more go capital where you walk over there. I left the path boy in the bedroom. Never fails else lady tendons wanting things in the IRA. They just don't seem to want to let pain dry. I'm sorry I've been a nuisance to you but I I was so anxious to people anxious to get in and then come no moving men and they don't care anything for Painter Slam Bang around. That's that's too bad. Nobody cares about a painter. Paper hangers the worst of all paper and paste all over the place competition. I guess that's what it is. I guess that's what it is but we're lucky we are having any paper at least all paint over jobe lookout lady for the wet floor going into the bedroom That's what they all say someone else. I must have not so fast lead paint. You can't come in watch out Now he'll watch. How am I gonNa get this law painted? If people are GonNa be trumping across that. I promise I won't trump you see I live here The Lady of the House. She's in back to the bedroom. Did you hear what he called me as wonderful. What the painter you call Me Lady of the House? I don't know when anything is made me feel as our our dispatch.
"jobe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Jobe it's your turn with sterling on seven hundred w hey, man. I'm right. Good to talk with you you to appreciate your what's going on. Well, so it's not bad. Be called differ. I know I'm not like everybody else if I were the board. Right. We're not we're not all snowflakes right or something like that or trees, or whatever we're all sort of the same, but sort of different. Unique contribution to try. Try try to be. So once here to have as whole Elvis holograms, your freight of the hologram king that actually might be well suited could be. But yeah figured it'd be really cool though. There's this you put somebody like Jimi Hendrix. Sure. Davey Ravon Tom petty on the same kind of matrix or show. It'd be green festival. So the way we have like Bunbury we could have a hologram festival along the river at riverbed, and he could tour the country all holograms, it'd be Sarai cheap overhead. We could have a hologram Woodstock fifth year anniversary that would make sense. I mean, Santana's touring out he could show up and be the real live guy. There you go Jobe is that all you have. Fifteen bucks. Eighteen fifty. I think that's certainly count Jobe. I appreciate the call. Thank you, drew seven hundred wwl w with sterling are you, sir? I'm well, sir. What's going on? A couple banks said equipped bounceback to the Twenty-one tobacco thing. Yes. How do they expect you enforce that? I I appreciate it feel good legislation. It sounds good. But there's no enforcement about you, expect your clerk at eleven PM at night at the gas station to be checking ide- or a pack of cigarettes. Well, I'll tell you this. They check for beer and wine and other alcohol products. So what's the difference between checking for that at eighteen or Twenty-one? I mean, really well exactly the point because alcohol as a more deteriorating effects shall we say ban cigarette. Right. And so we expect a clerk to making whatever fifteen dollars an hour. Let's hope to check ID or a pack of cigarettes when there's a line of people not going to work. Well, they do. Well. Hang on it. But they do the same thing now at eighteen or whatever it is for smokes. So whether they're checking the idea to say, you're an eighteen year old over twenty one year old the mechanics of that. I don't see the challenge. I find it to be hypocritical in bizarre that you know, on one level. You're an adult in eighteen, but when it comes to certain things, we don't trust you to do to make decisions for your own wellbeing. Otherwise, which I find to be bizarre. I agree completely with you on that. However, I think the regulations and therefore housi- enforcement, and therefore the establishment going to be possibly brought the cute it and fine because they sold a pack of cigarettes to an eighteen year old instead of a twenty one year old. Well, if the rule is that then I would imagine. So I mean, they do that now with alcohol they do that now with the back. Oh, if they find that you sold it to a minor under eighteen then that would be the same thing for twenty one. If in fact, that's something that becomes regulation. Whether it's Ohio Kentucky, Indiana. Or anywhere else in the country. Well, anybody in Ohio Kentucky to buy cigarettes? Maybe. So or other things, I don't know. I'm just saying there's a bigger crop from what I understand the four twenty days. The only reason I mentioned, drew. I appreciate the call Jerry's. I will come back on your dysfunction, you can talk on the tobacco thing twenty. And if you don't know about that, I'll explain it. And I want to know about this hologram thing in somebody else asked here is there a second hand over his related to this call or otherwise just quick if there's a second hand buzz that you can get on four twenty day from somebody smoking out, probably I I'll say this my days working at Harrow arena is a kid it's seventeen or eighteen years old even at sixteen when I worked there and there'd be big concerts in back in the day. They there'd be a whole lot of weed smokin going on in the concert venue. Whether it was the gardens, or you know, US Bank arena, even on the back of lawn area there riverbed there there is a time. Probably depending on the show right now this summer where you will get eight's a big whiff, and who knows maybe a second hand buzzed. Go along with that for people that are inviting in what is Welton illegal product now. But it could be decriminalised sooner than later. Maybe what about that? With that we make it twenty one for the cigarettes. Make it twenty one for the weed. And then you just don't drive, and you.
"jobe" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"To point seven kiss FM going back to back. Now, this is the chain smokers and five sauce who do you love? Found cigarettes. Don't eat. Seasonal after this. Flip. Moving. Switch. Beat. Jobe q. Moving. The week here. And it's mazing when you look back at a week or.
"jobe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Wing coach John Calipari will officially pass Jobe hall of two hundred ninety eight wins when the coach was asked about passing Adolph Rupp when you coach at Kentucky dog years. So this is my seventy th year at Kentucky. So I don't think I have that many left Tom Leach, and Mike Brad, we'll have to call here on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H S pre game coverage will start at ten thirty followed by a twelve o'clock tip. You can of course, talk about it afterwards with Matt Jones on the Kentucky and a Toyota dealers post game show, also at noon, number five Tennessee will visit number fifteen LSU. You will see movement in the SEC that today on seven hundred twenty second ranked Lobos back home inside the KFC AM centers. They faced third ranked Virginia. And what what makes the Cavaliers so good. What say you coach Chris MAC, and they have a system that they don't change from game to gain. So it allows them to continually sharpen their saw at at what they do. Whether that's trap the post whether that's hard edge. Ball screen? Therafter players are always in the same position defensively. They don't change from opponent to opponent our own Paul Rogers and Jody Deming will have the call starting with pre game coverage at ten thirty on seven ninety WKBD. You can of course, talk about it afterwards. On red zone reaction with Nick coffee. And if you're not doing anything this afternoon, we'll get out and see coach Scotty Davenport and his twenty one and three belemnites they play their last home game this afternoon when they welcome Louis university. Tonight's hall. It's a three fifteen tip nights. We'll try to avenge that sixty five sixty one loss earlier this month. More coming up western Kentucky place big one as well. As does more than state where are we gonna talk about? But I it's time to talk about your money. It's the citizens Union Bank. Bloomberg money update..
"jobe" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Eight forty W H A S. When you have to play at vandy to it sucks. They got it. They ought to have to change that stupid arena down there fall off and break, your frigging leg. The benches on the end of the core is ridiculous dome. Stupid way come on now. Got to be used to it by now. Oh, where are we by the way that was my favorite Jobe and Danny show call ever. There was a dad that called it after losing Vanderbilt. Karena called in. And he was visibly shaken, and he said, I gotta tell you guys. He's like we was driving home from the game last night. And my kids was crying. I gotta say I was crying. And they said daddy. I don't think we can go to school tomorrow. And you know, what guys I couldn't make them? Go. My all time favorite Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Colorado. You guys had somebody call in and do that. Because you wanted to make fun of Kentucky fan. Oh now, they did it themselves. Nobody ever actually said that you can't write that. That's ridiculous. By the way. My understanding is that squashes running around at the cardinal stadium with a bunch of snipers. I don't think the idea for him to be near snipers is he doing swat draining. Apparently, they're doing some kind of training exercise. He's over there covering it. If it involves more than a flyswatter, he should not partake kind of concerned about squash being around snipers. So all right. I want to get into this later on in the program. But apparently Senator Kamala Harris who's running for president is saying, hey, you know, what let's just get rid of all private healthcare plans. And let's let's get out eliminate all of that. And let's move on. This should be good because even in England with their single payer. They can still go out and get a private healthcare plan. You do not want a world. Where only the government is your government is your only option for healthcare. Trust me. You do not want that world. These people are making Howard Schultz, look like a conservative. Maybe that's part of the problem. We have in America today. All right coming up. Apparently, it is illegal for you still to participate in the office pool on the Super Bowl. We're going to talk to you a an office place expert about this even though it's legalized federally probably not in your state. And when it's illegal is in your state, it's not necessarily legalized for you to do it in your office setting. So we'll talk about that coming up NewsRadio. Eight forty w h ask your citizens Union Bank. Bloomberg money update right now. You an stunks mostly higher as investors weighed the latest corporate earnings and on optimism of a trade breakthrough between the US in China. The Dan was up one hundred seven point sets and P five hundred up three. But the NASDAQ is slipping nine points you once prosecutors have filed criminal charges against Weiwei technologies. China's launches technology company lawsuit alleged the company stole trade secrets from a US rival and committed Bank fraud by violating sanctions against doing business with the Ron. Devastating wildfires in California. The last two years have brought one of the nation's biggest utilities to it's knees. PG has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy listing more than fifty billion dollars an estimated liabilities. And consumer sentiment is down this month. The Conference Board's confidence index dropped six points consumers feeling uneasy about economic conditions with the NewsRadio a forty W H A S Bloomberg money report..
"jobe" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Oh. Toby until you in the morning, it's ninety seven point one wash FM. Yeah. There's some delays Yasser some cancellations. And then there's nothing going on at your school. If you want to know exactly what's happening this morning, wash FM dot com slash snow for everything that we know agent. Block did a survey asking people what some what are some things that you were taught in school that you really had no use for in real life. Oh, there's a lot of things so many things. What do you think is one of the things on the list Jobe, how photosynthesis occurs that's on there? Not number one, though number one was the Pythagorean theorem. Rian theorem Pythagorean photosynthesis. Boy, we're using hard words. Yeah, we are after theorem. Why is pie three point line? Seven three two one three 0 0 the periodic table, which we all had the worst. And then types of rocks the difference between protons neutrons and electrons was on their motto Condra, the powerhouse of the cell talk. But there are so many of them on the list that you're like we never gonna use again unless you go to a very specific field. Right. So then they're like, okay. So what do you wish they had you? So without looking down. You did what do you wish you had learned that you think is more real life and more useful to most people ways to meditate and be present. I think that if we would have spent more time when we were in school like learning about ourselves and meditation and how to calm ourselves, and how to just kind of be gals in like that might have been cool emotional mental wellbeing that was on there. But number one thing was money management and budgeting. Oh, yeah. Then there was understanding credit and student loans big face, negotiating time management that would have been awesome to negotiation. How to get ahead in business without really trying household repairs? Then the list goes on and on with things that probably is more real life stuff and some schools are to their credit incorporating some more of that budgeting stuff right then than others. But yeah, the the emotional and mental wellbeing relationship skills that made it's a great list. You've got to check it out when you get a chance because you'll see the things that people thought were useless. And you'll be like, yes. Yes. And then you'll see the things that people wish that they would have been taught in your. You'll be like, yeah. You know, what maybe I should write a letter to the superintendent of schools to this got some time check it out. It's on the Toby and Chile page at wash FM dot com. Now it is Friday morning. Stay with us because coming up in just a bit. We're gonna talk about. Oh wardrobe malfunctions. Yeah. There's a video that kind of went viral of a woman, and it made us wonder did you ever have one of these? And what exactly happened?.
"jobe" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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Florida democrat congressional candidate dies suddenly
"Candidate in Florida has unexpectedly passed away USA's. Chris Barnes has more on the story. April Freeman was the democratic nominee in district seventeen which includes all or parts of Charlotte, the sodo Glades hardy, highlands, Leo ca Jobe, polka and Sarasota counties. Freemen's husband announcing on her personal Facebook page that is fifty four year old wife had died suddenly on Sunday night, her Republican. An opponent Greg stupi posting his condolences on Facebook be saying his thoughts and prayers are with Freemen's family for
'Westworld' returns, and this time the women are in charge [Video]
"Mytalk now trending report what's happening right now trending online this afternoon madonna she has lost her bid to keep her break up letter from two pox record from being auctioned off the judge says will you sign something that said that yeah you can sell that so sorry donna also turning online today eminem the hip hop star celebrating ten years of sobriety also today is world book day also westworld trending the hbo series had its second season debut last night on the premium cable network and after levine trending today the singer made her first red carpet appearance in over two years on friday at the race to erase ms gala in beverly hills also trending the fast and the furious an animated tv series based on the movie franchise is a go over on the afflicts that's turning here at mytalk now you know what we know more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com clean that's on can mean only one thing all you've on jobe fans get.