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"kate ni" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

11:07 min | 8 months ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Office Ladies

"Well is it because he's a little bit rubbing it in everyone's face. I think Jim had motivation. Dwight's rubbing it in his face that's fine they have that back and forth but Twi just adores Michael Yeah and hangs on his every word and isn't rubbing it in his face. Michael is just. I think jealous that someone else has the spotlight. He's like a little bratty kid. He also puts himself in this position of experts. So he's got this talking head now where he explains that he wants salesman of the year twice before consecutively. I know in a row but one year he got plaque the other year. He just got a certificate. Will they start making plans right? Can we talk about where this talking? Head takes place in his cabinet inside his man armoire. Yes in his office or minutes. One second you get a really good shot of it did you look and see what? All's inside you know I did. You know you did okay. Let's let's trade breaking down. Is that John on the cover of the Dundee aflame newsletter. Yeah did you see that? Her name is still listed as Gould. So how long has that been there? He's saved it for gold okay. He's got a mirror. He's got a mini fridge but on the top shelf of his many fridge is a fancy silver t set. Yeah it's not many fridge. That's a safe that's a safe. He has a safe that he has gotten his plaque and certificate out of and then the top shelf of safe there is a tea set makes a lot more than I mean. Kind of instill strain I was like why is he? Refrigerate Schilling the whole taste like way and then also why is he chosen to chill a plaque? But the hung to other plaques. They're not worthy of the mini fridge. Safe also has PEPCO Biz Mwale Deodorant toothbrush and toothpaste and a can of something. Akin of something in the. Motor. Those two squares. What the like a couple of items wrapped in Mesh it wasn't it looked like it. We don't know don't know it was weird. He had a change of clothes. A Dandy Yup to mounted plaques. It looks like maybe a silver shot class and a blue cup there. You Go. Michael's credential mini fridge has a safe. I really need to start watching these episodes with my glasses on clearly. What did that many fridge? It's a safe Angela. Guys at four minutes twenty three seconds. Dwight has this great talking head where he talks about losing his Sixth Grade Spelling. Bee for not being able to spell the word failure that was an improvisation. Rain improvised that part of it where the word was failure. That is fantastic rain. That's good I think you can really start hearing that. He's sick and that talking head hung later in the conference room scenes. I really heard it. Okay so you know the scene in Michael's office where he's telling Dwight I'm GONNA. I'm a mentor you. I can teach you enough so you don't Barris yourself during the speech if you look in the background over rains shoulder and you can see reception in the background. And it's me and Kate and we're back there and here is something. That's very interesting. Whenever I did background work with Kate we stayed in character the whole time. You can see us crouching over Pam's computer and we did a whole runner about our frustration with the new computer system that won't allow us to enter both Alpha numeric codes into sales orders and that it was a huge problem and I wrote about it in my diary. I said that we stayed in character the entire two hours that they shot in. Michael's office by the way. That's the smartest meredith was written series tough within our background. Improvisation that's the most competent meredith has ever sounded. They were the most fun to me. I we always had the best time. Kate Ni- because we would come up with these. It was always something we were annoyed with. It was always some new office procedure. And we would kind of complain about it and try to figure it out. Yeah Oscar and I would do bits like that. We would totally stay in character but what we were talking about would be absolutely ridiculous like he would bury like seriously like pass me like papers important like payroll papers but he would have attached to post it note that would say we please file these in your butt and then he would draw loker tune with it and it always liked cracked me up. Well I just thought it was really sweet because I go back to our diaries and we read what we wrote and I had written all about how much fun I had on this episode filming with Kate in the background of that scene. That's so cute. I love that I know all right so next week. Cut TO PAM'S DESK. And she is on the phone with her mom and she says mom. I don't I know you guys are paying for the wedding but I don't want Orange Orange Inventory Pam. I mean you know. I've had some frustrations with Pam's mom beat is happening the list. Where are you getting married? Orange high now wherein not? I mean crazy Pam. You know her wedding color is lavender by by the way orange. I wrote that in my diary. That's not even revealed in this episode. Pam's wedding color. I wrote it down in my journal and I was curious if that was true or if it was a character choice and I went and I looked at the wedding photos and all my bridesmaids are in lavender. Yeah no that yeah and when I think about it. I think I have a memory of Phil Shea giving me something that had lavender on it like the save the date card head a little lavender ribbon or something so I it was picked for me. I didn't picket but it was in your brain. It was in my brain. Well you know poor Jim over. Here's this and he's like that's it. I'm a travel agent going on a trip. This sort of dates are show a little bit too because I know travel agents are still out there but a lot of people. Now just go online. Yeah although I did use a travel agent recently for a trip and it was very helpful. I did too when I went to Europe but I did. You know we did a lot of it just online. Yeah Yeah you can't well now you can compare airline prices online. Yes using EXPEDIA orbitz not getting paid to say that. Not Getting paid so now. We're going to really clock into the thermostat war. It seems to mainly between Angela and Oscar. Oscar says that he purposely gets to work early to set the Thermostat at sixty six degrees. Sneaky sneak sixty sixty six. I'm just need everyone to clock a little bit of my Angela. Martin Look Kazaa the first time you see me kind of Nice and close up. Do I look Tan? Tan? Are you still saying? I'm still Tan. This Mystic Tan. That lasted like three weeks. You guys. I am so tan in this episode. Also Kim ferry outdid herself with this really intricate braid. That's all my actual hair. Look at the back it's like the Bun but it's like a braid that goes legs zigzags back and forth. So she's really she really went for it in the cold open. I have a different outfit on different. Hair look different day different day but in the main episode Dwight speech. I'm incredibly Tan. And I have this fantastic Kim ferry braid will we had a fan question from David. Hurt wack what was the actual temperature in the office area when we were filming for raising probably like sixty five six. I was GONNA say sixty four sixty five degrees. Yeah it was very very cold. We kept it very very cold. Mostly for Steve. Who runs hot and he would have to wear the suits and and I mean all these guys actually. Yeah we're always in suits and the lights do like warm up the stage but they cranked the air down so the guys wouldn't get sweaty in their suits but gals were in these little silk blouses and skirts. And we all froze. Yes oh I would wear ugh boots under my desk. We all had little heaters. I sometimes even had a blanket over my legs. I had a blanket and heater and I would like sit at my desk like huddled under my desk trying to stay warm all right so now we move into the conference room and Michael is ready to start giving dwight some speech training. Yes he says. What is the difference between a salesman? Saleswoman Vagina Vagina and Michael is like. Oh yes. Congratulations Dwight. That's the difference between a man and a woman who have dwight goes. But I'm right yet but I'm right right but then Michael says no the differences boobs. That's what he wants him to open his speech with it. Makes you wonder how Michael Speech went? Those two years really. Wow It really went ya got white says can. I just have a copy of your speech and Michael's like no. No they'd remember. Yeah it's it's legendary. I couldn't possibly let you read parts of my speech at killed killed. And then Michael. Gives Dwight some advice? He's like it doesn't really matter what you say. As long as people care about what you're saying Ah-ha and he's GonNa show him an example of that yes. Please tell us the example okay. Well he runs on to the bullpen and he says that you know they had done so well. This quarter that corporate is going to give every one thousand dollar bonus. Everyone everyone I mean. People are thrilled is so excited. Stanley gets right on the phone and tells his wife to order the new curtains wallpaper. Wallpaper US yeah. Go ahead wallpaper the ceiling if you want to see so they go back into the conference soon and Dwight's like Oh my God that's amazing and Michael's like what it's not true. I was just talking but in that moment I had them I had them. I had my good so dwight tries it? Dwight goes out into the bullpen. This is so funny. The scene made me laugh so hard. How hard it made me laugh on the day. I remember shooting this the thing that made me laugh on the day is Kelly's line but I'll get to that. Yeah you mean just Mindy Mindy. We still have full mindy Dwight announces that there has been a major car accident on the interstate. Major car slid off the road into the railing. People were injured. Terrible and PAM says. Did we know anyone in the accident? And he says Brad Pitt Brad Pitt and mendy ASS. Did he die? And he's like he'll never act again no but he'll never act again and then he goes. Oh also there's no bonuses and the branches closing and then she's like this is because of Jen Aniston. It's Karma we're like wait I'm like are we out of jobs like what is happening insane. I remember that I remember shooting on that day. That was a really hard to get through and it was a complete joy.

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Could You Go On Shark Tank?

The Goal Digger Podcast

08:33 min | 10 months ago

Could You Go On Shark Tank?

"Okay so I have a funny story about Kate. Ni- before I even welcome to the show. Welcome to the show Kate. They gave her happy. We still have you guys ever slid into someone's d. m. and you're like okay. I wonder what's going to happen with this because I slid indicates DM and I didn't realize some one hundred team was answering them. Which was amazing. But months later kate reaches out and she's like. Oh my gosh. We have so much in common like how we never met before and later that week we got coffee for the first time I think our husbands fell in love but even more than that we kind of created this like lifelong friendships sitting in a coffee shop hanging out and talking about life and business. Wasn't it kind of like Harry met Sally? Oh my gosh so much. I love how we emerged at like five. Pm All of us. I think we should go now for our meal at the COP. Incredible so we're GONNA talk about all different kinds of things. I am a beloved customer of your product and also a spectator of you being on shark tank. But why don't we ACCO- before all of those things and kind of hear about what you do and who you are and kind of how you got where you are today. Yeah so I think my story is probably like so many other entrepreneurs out there where I would have never thought I would own a company. One day I started out in college like Sony. You both searching for what is my passion what we WANNA do in life in. I was really into politics. So this was you know circa two thousand eight. The Obama exciting years and I was just passionate about everything involving the environment and things like that and so after college I moved out to Washington. Dc and I was working for think-tank out there. And I really love my work and I met so many great friends but I was looking to the future and sort of thinking who do I. WanNa be ten or twenty years. I was looking at my bosses in my mentor is and I just couldn't really find anybody that I thought was really lit up and living in a way that they felt good about you know they were working eighty hours a week. They were getting so much of their kind of self worth in value from the power that they felt they were doing but they seem kind of you know that sensation of just like not feeling really good about what you're doing every day. Yeah so I thought maybe this isn't actually what I WANNA do and like so many people that age you're figuring it out in so classic out of college I moved to an organic farm up in the catskills of upstate. New York and I worked as a farmer apprentice for six months. Something I was really passionate about was local food organic food sort of nourishing. Your body from the inside out have been something throughout college. I was always involved in healthy food programs and things like that so I did everything to counting Sierra. Every morning I butchered chickens intended to the vegetables and I felt there that I had found something something that really lit me up inside and but then the question was well how do I make. Our business can actually be a career. I left the farm at the end of the season. I moved back to DC and that was when I decided to move into the nonprofit world and took all these skills I learned at the farm cookie nine and growing food and things like that and I found a job at the capital area. Food Bank is wonderful organization where we served over four hundred thousand clients who are food insecure in the DC metro region and I had the incredible wonderful responsibility of working with my clients and teaching them how to eat healthy food. Cook from scratch on a budget because so many of my clients you know. They're working two or three jobs in didn't have a lot of time to be cooking a meal for their family. Especially in a way. That didn't take long time and was easy and so we are in the kitchen everyday together and we were making recipes and I did that for two or three years and it was during kind of late in my time there when I discovered this funky coverage that does everybody loves loves the level of the hate and make means. Did you see that mean the talk? One Girl Yeah here So I like everybody else's just enthralled with what is this funky drink sweet? It's our it's bubbly. I like it I hate it. I can't quite figure out but like so many people you know the more you drink it the more you're just like oh my gosh. I craved US but working at a nonprofit didn't have a big budget myself at all and so pain three to five bucks. A bottle at the store was definitely getting a little tight on the monthly income. So I set out to learn how to brew Kombucha in a bunch of my girlfriends who also worked at the bank with me where brewing in a kind of a lightbulb moment went off one day when I realized that I had been spending a few years. The Food Bank essentially developing this weird skill set. That was taking something that seems intimidating right cooking from scratch or trying to shop for and buy healthy ingredients on a budget and making it approachable. Easy Fun and there's not a lot of other things to do with that skill set and so one day. I thought well what if I could do that for Kabukicho. What if I could teach other people how to make Joe Bruin at the idea. Brunette was and is still really intimidating for some people era of you've seen scooby. It's not the prettiest thing in our pantry. Time yes yeah so it can be an intimidating thing and I thought well okay. I'm really good at making recipes that are stripped down and super simple and designed for somebody who has no experience in this activity. And of course. Like if you've ever brewed before you're not gonNA have a background in like yeast and bacteria or like what to do with it. So it became in his perfect like. Wow I actually could be really great at this. And that was the kind of the birthplace of it. I was back in two thousand thirteen. So walk me through. You have this idea. Did you go to the marketplace and like see anyone doing this? Are there kits available? Howard people learning this because a lot of times our first thing is to go to Google and check it out. What did you find? Oh yes so I go to Google and I didn't even know what took call it right so I was like. It's a Kabukicho maker. It's like how to make. And so I started. Googling around and few different kids popped up and I was like interesting idea like you could just put everything in the kit. But I couldn't find anything that jumped out to me. All the branding was pretty old school so Gary I knew that was drinking. Kombucha was twenty five hip living in cities and it seemed like they were marketing towards the older kind of Hippie who probably started like back in the sixties making Khumbu and so I saw instantly this gap in the market where there wasn't a product out there really speaking to people our age mankind of this new generation of Bucci fans. So that was my first thought was alright. Well I'm already going to be able to brandon and market. This had been something I'd been into for a very long time. It was just sort of the aesthetics creative side of branding and so I thought well that can be something and then I started kind of I would buy the kits so a great thing. Obviously when you're thinking about entering any business that you want to disrupt or become just you know an additional presence in was you gotta try out so I ordered all my competitors kits and one by one I just just like oh my Gosh. I could do this better. I could do that better. My instructions are going to be so much more clear than these end so it was kind of. I hit the ground running pretty fast after that it was from Kinda Idea. Inception to creation was maybe were five months before. I launch airspace site.

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How to Hire a Full-Time Rockstar Virtual Assistant

Entrepreneur on FIRE

08:45 min | 11 months ago

How to Hire a Full-Time Rockstar Virtual Assistant

"We're talking all about how you can hire a full time. Rockstar virtual assistant assistant and we're talking less than six hundred dollars a month and John Before we even get into the specifics on that you. My friends live the four hour workweek. So Oh please tell us how so. I'll tell you the backstory. Then I'll tell you what goes on so this is like twelve years ago. My wife was Pregnant With Our Third Child oiled and we got into the doctor's appointment and had some tests done and he came in to the room and said to my wife you have pre ECLAMPSIA and if you don't go on strict bedrest for the next three to five weeks you're gonNA have a seizure and die and you're gonNA lose this baby and obviously I'm sitting there in the appointment and that was it was a complete shock and I was just thinking like. Oh my gosh. My wife has to be on strict bedrest. I have two other kids. I I can't work mark like I. I gotTa Take Care of my kids full-time and so on the way home from the Dasa else think about how can I deal with this and and so when I got home I sent an email to to the guys in the Philippines and I were working for me and I told him like. Here's the situation. I can't work. I need you guys to do everything that you're currently doing for me and from there for the next three weeks. She was on strict bedrest for next three weeks. I worked one hour and and those two dudes in the Philippines just took over my business like everything that I was doing at the time so this is twelve years years ago so what I was doing at the time was different but you know like managing our Edwards and managing my blog and our comments and the software recreating and customer service is and marketing. All stuff that I was currently overseeing all of a sudden I wasn't overseeing anymore and and so my wife had the baby three weeks later perfect healthy amazing beautiful little girl and for the next two months. I worked about an hour week because I had like walked locked away and these guys were still running my business and my wife took a lot of recovering and so when I came back three months later after the doctor's appointment I kind of expected in my business to be mostly falling apart and it wasn't And and that was where I realized like dude this hour workweek thing is really possible and I'm I'm living it and this is like this is how I live this lifestyle. I get other people to do the work for me and I teach them how to do it. And just you know these two guys that working for me. They had been with me for eighteen months. I don't want people to think that all I'm GonNa go hire someone and I'm GonNa live the four hour workweek later today. It's not it's not how it works They had been working for me for like eighteen months. I had taught them and train them and work with them and so they knew a lot. I just didn't realize that they were so capable of of doing what they were doing. So and then since then I found that like an hour. A week isn't enough. I need like I need like fifteen hours a week to keep me busy because otherwise I'm I'm just bugging my wife all the time. So that's that's where I am. I'm like fifteen seventeen hours a week and I've been therefore like ten or twelve years now fire nation. Let me tell you once you taste the sweet sweet sweet nectar of time. Freedom you you WanNa let go. I mean I've just returned with cates from a ninety day world. Track where Kate Ni- working less than an hour a day so about five to seven hours. A week in our business was thriving without us with our three full-time virtual assistance. and that is the sweet sweet nectar that you will not WanNa give up once you have it so. Let's talk specifics. Because six hundred dollars a month as the title promises is pretty darn affordable. I mean it's pretty hard affordable for four. We're talking a forty hour of full time. Virtual assistant fire nation so John. Can we actually find somebody with skills at that price point. Yeah and it will depend on. Who you who like what kind of person you're you're not gonNA hire a great programmer for six hundred dollars a month but you can hear a great program for a thousand bucks a month or for twelve hundred bucks a month that's you that's US dollars? You can hire someone who speaks great English and you can teach them to do whatever it is you want. you hire someone who is really good at data entry. You can hire someone. Who's good at wordpress? You can hire someone who's good at writing writing content. You can hire someone who's really good at social social media social media marketing for six hundred dollars a month so when I started the people that I hired and this is a long time ago a lot of a different way of hiring but they were making making two hundred and fifty dollars a month and and that was fulltime work and so the salaries have gone up quite a bit but yeah it's six hundred bucks a month. You can hire talented alotted competent people and it's and really it's more than just like talented people. It's it's competent people because that's really the biggest thing that people we'll worry about outdoor is like oh I'm hiring someone who can't follow directions or if I if I miss a step then in giving him directions than than. They're not going to get anything done Dan and that's not the case here So yeah you can definitely do it. You can definitely find people with skills and I lay out like skills. You can find if you're interested. Did less Leo some skills so I have twenty four people. That work for me fulltime in the Philippines and the Philippines here is important and we can talk about that right but yeah we'll get to that so in those twenty four people. I have fulltime programmers. Obviously I have four or five programs I have an developer. Those people all make over a thousand dollars month I have full-time designers really good designers between eight hundred fifteen hundred dollars a month I have Good html CSS. The people that are like Six hundred thousand dollars a month I have an HR person I should stop talking about their salaries. Because then they'll know how much each other makes definitely listen entrepreneurs on fire so you should be careful about some of them. Do I have like back end. Admin people people that are looking at data in our website or or people that are like doing admin tasks or managing reports or or whatever I have content writers have social media people people that manage social media people that write for social media. Yeah people that create images for social media. I have a customer up. A bunch of customer support people. So let me ask you jump in here for a second because before fire nation is kind of maybe starting to think not that you are fire nation but in case some of you are thinking like man this is kind of feel like we're taking advantage of people in any any way shape or form. The reality is this six hundred. US dollars per month in the Philippines in these countries that we're talking about. This is an incredibly well. Well living adjusted wage period under story like when I hired my first virtual assistant and this was actually for four hundred and fifty dollars a month back in two thousand eleven and she still with me. She's Deli making more than that now. Because I give a raises every year but harder at four fifty a month forty hours per week I can. I'll never forget like at the three-month three-month recap that. I was doing to see if we wanted to keep her full-time she was so emotional because she said John I was making three hundred dollars a month as a full time nurse working twelve hours a day having to get on a bus for two and a half hours one way to the hospital and then two and a half hours one way back I I would get mugged on that bus. An average of three to four times per year the bus to get stopped and everybody on their we'll have to give their money was going through a dangerous part of the Philippines. She's like now. I'm making more money. I'm working from home spending more time with my friends. My family not commuting five hours a day. It was an amazing opportunity. And guess what she's He's been with my business now for eight years and she's definitely making a lot more than that now because he's earned it over the years more skills and all that stuff but I just wanted to kind of jump open and kind of share that kind of perspective and if you've had anything similar definitely feel free to share as well so not only have I had almost the exact same experience over ran over and over again but I know I know hundreds of people who have had that exact same experience like I hired this person in and after a couple of weeks or months we do this review and and and they are so thankful for the job and because of all the things you said like. Oh they're making more money. I mean the minimum wage in the Philippines is like one hundred seventy dollars a month. Yeah and there's no commute you know. As long as they have decent WIFI Internet in their house. And if they don't then they're going to be able to afford it now with higher wage anyways I mean I'm not kidding I am not kidding when I say my virtual assistant like three years ago sent me a picture of the house. She bought for her family because of the job. Like it's unbelievable what you're doing. I think these

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"kate ni" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

Earful: A Disney World Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

"The groups were being assigned to evening boarding times by eight forty. Am Am this is this is a this is changing. What we just said boarding group allocations for rise of the resistance were closed for the day so it was more more towards nine? Am Than Ten am I mentioned the park open ever so slightly before eight. AM and the first writers. Oh it says the first riders boarded rise. The reasons before seven. Wow so yeah they were nice and let people in early there were some breakdowns as you can probably imagine with a ride as big as this and a demand as big as this this so that the ride broke down around seven. Am had to be evacuated. ooh Yes so walt Disney World News today posted on twitter around seven thirty two to that they were given a paper fast pass to return later because they were either on part of the ride and it was shut down or they had not yet to board which happened to a couple of different people blog. Mickey reported at around the same time that they were experiencing issues with their ride They they were on the right itself. got to a final briefing before the lights came on and they had to be evacuated. Wow and then for four days straight since it opened and the boarding groups have filled for the entire day by around nine. AM which left ton of guests who were basically told sorry. You can't ride the ride today. Oh so they're saying like imagine being there for one day to write it and then you know I'm sorry you you're not gonna be on this ride so there's no knows no Christmas for you. Yeah sorry sorry this. Is Your Christmas gift to go here. One day I did hear some some Reports that they were giving guests a one day park hopper to make up up for it. I guess they had so many people that even the people that had groups assigned they could not accommodate them for some reason so they were giving out one day park hoppers Just just to remind you that the the Hollywood studios that day on Sunday this is today they had extra magic hours from six. Am to eight am and the boarding groups for the entire day completely. Filled by seven forty seven fifty four. AM also want to point out in case you're wondering you cannot join Gordon Group until you're theme park ticket has been used to enter Hollywood studios so you cannot apply for it beforehand. Even if you have fast passes you must be in the actual park. Otherwise the APP will not work for you. Disney actually came out recently and this was in like I said by the third day of this being opened. They said that you were Only allowed to one boarding group per day so that everybody can get in and experience the attraction as opposed to people trying to get to three board groups per day. which why not I mean of course? Because it's it's they're saying it's the best attraction they've had in a long time This is this is interesting because you think about well. How long does it take once you get aboard and Group? What's the time like? Some people said that they had the equivalent of a five hour. Wait they got their boarding group around six. Am and were called around eleven am but they weren't standing in line for them. Oh Oh that's the nice thing is you can go. They said that they went and they did a little bit up caught. They got some breakfast they wrote other rides and then came back other groups said that they they got to the park at seven they got a boarding group of number fifty one and that they were called back around three pm that day and again you can be there from three to five PM. Let's see what else I would say that. If you really WanNa read a great assessment of how to get on this ride and do's and don'ts Goto over to Disney tourist blog and read their article that's Disney tourist blog dot com slash star wars rise resistance strategy report. Every word is separated by a hyphen so we'll have on our blogs in our on. Our facebook spoke page. If you'd like to read that but Patrick Take the next part very special. Thank you out to our good friend. Captain Jim Kim who was working that day. Not In the not too was not about to Ian But he was in parks working that day. And why we had requested on last week's episode that if he was He was available to let us know how it was going fully aware that that was just not going to happen because the man is busy. And he's working but lo and behold early in the morning both Kate Ni- got text messages. It was very greenland updates. It was really special to cab. Jim Jim I update was That he was not in that land But according to his Disney Disney experience APP it showed. It didn't show anything from the rise of the resistance. He had no idea what that meant And he also included that he had not had the opportunity to ride the ride yet and then later in the day we got a second update saying that the boarding group virtual queue feature was activated for the rise only early and there were no more board groups and I don't know what time stamp that was. I think that he said that test like around. Maybe ten which is why I originally thought it was ten but it was. It was earlier earlier. He just couldn't get to his his device to message us so so yeah so. The APP had no wait times listed because of the way they were doing it but he said the rest of the land was was fine. As far as times were considered the only way you could know really truly if you had a chance was to watch like basically. I don't even think that there was a thing on the APP to say we've stopped distribution for the day. Maybe there was. Actually there might have been there. I know that there was a notification that said you cannot join a second group because you've either already joined or we don't have any more so if you have if you had not ridden and got that message you would have known but there's no way to know like what the away time was or what the what the boarding pass situation was unless you were there and and just were told. No we're done but you basically can count on it right now. All the rates seems to be about two hours after opening they run out of passes. You have to get the right away. That will come down actually is again as you were talking. I found a pretty neat. Little Web page you did. It's it's called Q Dash Times Dot Com. I have that later in the show. You know. There's a really neat webpage so like one of the things I drilled down to was the right of resistance but there's no data yet because it just open so I went back to the Millennium Falcon ride ride and I'm pulling up these Bar Graphs one of the really cool thing is average. Wait time by month. So in August the average maximum wait time was about two hundred minutes and the average overall wait time was about one hundred hundred and twenty minutes fast which is high but that was for August. Okay okay that was wrong. Ok fast forward to December the average. Maximum wait time is right At one hundred minutes which is something that's high and the and the overall average wait time. I'm is about fifty minutes. That sounds more right to check that. Probably closer to forty or thirty and I'm looking trying to it. It's not really great bar graph. That takes. But but I'm telling you it's a.

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"kate ni" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on How to Money

"Matt and today we're discussing the massive benefits of House hacking massive benefits indeed Joel as we were preparing to step aside. I could not help but to think about outs if Kate Ni- It for our first house if we had house act instead of getting a traditional single family house if we hit instead maybe got duplex triplex or even a quad plex how different our lives would look so. I'm excited to talk through some of the traditional ways that you can house. Maybe some more nontraditional make some more creative ways that you can house hack in this episode. Yeah and it's easier easier when you're younger right. If you act in your twenties it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. I it's just such a great lever poll in wealth building and so we're going to get into kind of some some of the details how you can go about it and who should really be considering a house hack in this episode. That's right Joel but I I have a frugal or chief for you. Man Bring it. Yes I had consumer purchase where I was in a situation between buying cheap affordable versus buying something that was maybe more expensive but quality specifically for our oldest daughter. We bought her in an electric keyboard for her birthday. She had shown some interest in keyboards and the piano. She's doing pretty cool stuff on the little baby piano like the little toy one that babies babies kinda pound on with the little metal rods classic toy piano yeah totally well. She was like playing some pretty cool music on that and we thought and she's totally seems to be into playing the keyboard aboard playing the piano so we wanted to get one for her birthday but we had to decide. Do we basically buy the cheapest thing that is available or going to buy her something. That's a little higher quality something that it would last for years down the road and I'm afraid that we made the wrong decision. You bought the one that's going to last for a long time to unfortunately man. I think we totally failed by buying being cheap. This is an instance like basically since we've purchased this thing. I've been thinking this over and I feel that we should have. Maybe spent a little bit more money specifically because we're musical family. It's something that we incorporate into our lives and something that we want the kids to pursue if they have that interest I could easily see multiple kids getting into the piano and having something that's more quality something that they would enjoy more every time that they were to play it or use it and even something that Kate and I would appreciate because it just sounds better right. It's not nearly as annoying and terrible sounding as the cheapest keyboard that we could possibly find which is what we essentially did. We found the most affordable one on Amazon. So how do we gone without Nicer version. I totally would have been worth it and this is an instance where I think we completely failed when it comes to frugal or cheap. I think we were cheapness. Instance Ya been there before so what was the price disparity between the keyboard that you ended up buying in the one one that you wish you would have thought oh well. That's a really good question man because the difference no joke. It's like five hundred bucks. Oh yeah that's a ton of money. You hear me say that and you think no no. Maybe he did make the right decision. Getting the sixty dollar keyboard I would have also opted for the cheaper sixty dollar keyboard for my daughter right well that obviously was our initial reaction action and what we ended up going through with but what we don't know man is how long that piece of junk is actually going to last. We don't know for sure that this is going to be something that she's going to be into for years but we're about to have four kids and there's a good chance that one of them will also be into piano or WanNa play on the keyboard or it's something that I might get back into. It's been a while since I've sat down to the piano on the more consistent basis but you know that's an option there for me but I think honestly one of the biggest mistakes we made was to only consider new. We've talked before about how you can buy quality products but you don't necessarily necessarily have to buy them brand new. We didn't necessarily have to make that purchase in the most convenient way possible which is on phones through Amazon because that's the easiest way yeah. That's a good point man I if you had taken a little bit of time to research used options you might have been able to find that five hundred dollar keyboard for one hundred fifty bucks or one hundred eighty bucks which would be much. She's your stomach right yeah and then you're not paying that crazy ridiculous five hundred dollar price tag which you don't feel like is appropriate for six year old's birthday which is totally understandable but you're also buying something that you feel like you can use long into the future man. These are great learning experiences. I have had many of them in my life because I hey for the longest time was so bad about prioritizing buying the cheapest possible thing and not the thing that I would value for the long haul so yeah. It's always good to hear about how we've been able to do things well but sometimes we don't always make the best decision boy can still learn from even cheating out as opposed to go in the smart frugal route right. That's right man. We're always trying to learn always trying to be smarter with our money. Let me introduce our beer for this episode we have Mosaic Coyote and this is by yellowhammer brewing out of Huntsville Alabama and this one was donated to us by my dad so much dad. I've met that guy. He's a sweetie yeah big. Thanks to Tim for donating this beer to the show super kind of you yeah. He brought us this crawler while he was over there visiting some friends and I'm excited to enjoy this one with you on the show. We'll talk about it at the end of the episode. Man Yeah most definitely all right but now onto the topic at hand we're talking about the massive benefits of House hacking often matt. The biggest expense we have in our lives is is the cost of housing. Nothing else really even comes close in our monthly budget. Transportation is the second biggest line item usually in our budgets but even that is only about half of what the average American spends every month on their housing costs so it's important for us to find ways to keep our housing expenses down down any amount saved in this category is going to have massive impacts on the amount of money that we're able to save and invest over time you could spend hours clipping coupons saving twenty five fifty cents on specific items in the grocery store but that ultimately has a pretty small impact. There are just a couple of specific specific line items in your budget where you can have big big wins if you focus hard on them and housing is one of them and how sacking is one of the best potential ways to win in a major way when it comes to your housing costs are Joel before we go any further. Let's go ahead and put a little simple house hacking definition out there and we're going to go with for this episode. It's just the practice of getting folks tenants right long or short term to pay towards your housing costs. It's simple as that and how sacking it's great because it allows house you to not only keep your housing slow. Whether we're talking about your mortgage or your monthly rent but you might even be able to live somewhere completely free and honestly you might even be able. They get paid to live there. I kind of mentioned that Quad Plex example if you've got a quad plex right and you've got three units rinsed out for let's say seven hundred bucks each. You're pulling in twenty one hundred dollars in very realistic for you to potentially have a mortgage on that property with a monthly payment around sixteen hundred bucks and so you're pulling in five hundred bucks a a month that you're being paid to live somewhere. How insane is that. Yeah I mean I think at the heart of it. That's the beauty of house hacking there. Is this insane ability to either their culture. Housing costs massively or live for free or even get paid like you just said there's really no other thing. I can think of in our budget that we can kind of flip on its head and turned into an area where we basically make money yeah. You can't do that with groceries or anything. No it's impossible. You're not going to get a bunch of free food and then in fact you can eat that food while while somebody pays you to eat it like that doesn't happen unless you're Kobayashi and you can eat fifty hot dogs but I don't know but you gotta come in First Place. If you do that that's true that's true. That's a lot of hot dogs to eat. Yes so house hacking provides. These outside benefits that nothing else in your budget can even come close to achieving another benefit of house. Hacking is that you can start dabbling in being a landlord landlord or investing in real estate without feeling like it's this part time job. Just keep in mind that even just a couple hours a week. You'll be investing into managing managing your tenants and collecting rent and potential fixes. You have to make the house well. It's not necessarily passive income. They'll be making with how sacking that's a term. I'm that a lot of people like to use when it comes to real estate and I completely understand why people use that just keep in mind that even a couple hours a week you might spend by collecting rents or fixing up things around the property well. It's not gonNA feel like passive income. It does require work if you have one house AC. It certainly is not going to feel like a part time job but you are. You're going to have to have some margin today. Kate to to running your side Investment Property House Act Business Right yeah totally it does take a little bit of time but again again the benefits like the massive benefit that you potentially gained from house. Hacking cannot be overstated like it's just a way to have your cake and eat it too right. If you're looking at traditional housing housing you had the sweet benefits of having your own place your own house while at the same time having a significant portion of your housing costs covered or even making money in the process is just fantastic tastic arts or we're going to get into what it looks like some of the specifics how you can actually go about implementing a housing strategy into your life and we'll get into that right after the break.

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"kate ni" Discussed on The Televerse

The Televerse

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on The Televerse

"Don Johnson and cheech Marin as cops in San Francisco. I think it sent from Cisco and <hes> in aired on C._B._S.. For Very Long Time and Kate Ni- both watch too much of it when we were younger people and just like oh boy everything old is everything does new again including Don Johnson apparently yeah no. He's done routes in his I would say he's having a moment but it's not a moment. It's a long and and flourishing career but he's got. He's got watchmen right isn't he. In the new Quentin Tarantino as well yes to both uh-huh yeah so yeah he pops every again and you know those terrific job he tends to play certain kind of character Anita's it very well so <hes> yeah. We'll see what happens with that. I don't think the world is crying out for Nash Bridges Revival but where the got all my letters I mean if they can do that thing that so many shows try to do totally right and make it work good for them because I also don't not interested in people trying to recapture the energy and fun of Nash Bridges and failing which is kind of what I feel like some of these other cop shows are really going for in not not not nailing so yeah. I guess I mean I think we can watch what you can still get your Nash Bridges Fixing Chris on Hulu <unk>. Now's the time to start binging. I think clearly clearly it is so that reservoir news this week. We're going to have our our ED stranger things season three. That's coming at the end of the show our our season spotlight spotlights <hes> but we're gonNA have truncated we can T._v.. Because I'm COMECON so I haven't seen as many things but no has so he's going to talk yell and I will ask them questions. So who is delay. Shall we do you are we can T._v.. Let's do it. We'll be right back after this. This has got to be a special true to the houses of Rava gag so ought to know in this weekend T._v.. Knowles GonNa talk about Oh maidens in your savage season the premier or pilot and upset too so the premier is the taste of her pork Mesa Soup and S.. The X.. Yes space ee space EC KS.

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"kate ni" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of the Stanley Cup final coming your way in just under two hours. Cam Johnson joins us from TD garden. Chris Rabi with you on came wax. How you feel in bud? How's the trip in the trip was great? Yeah. I mean I, I walk into Lambert this morning. I hear quarry here. Blues fans everywhere I felt like I was at a watch party at Southwest Airlines this morning at at six o'clock, I felt like I was at a, a watch party, so many blues fans everywhere I do a radio interview people kind of lined up behind me listening to it. Awesome. I met some new friends now I mean it's just it was it was a lovely trip. And and we made it in. We're staying right downtown here. Kate ni- and we're we're we're we're we're soaking all this. And although very, very stressful lot on my mind as I'm sure curves. And you and Joey, and everybody else in, you know, you just think in your thinking, and your thinking, and you're thinking and we've watched every game all year long. And now it's the end has come and it's, it's stressful is stressful. But in a good way, in a good way, is that makes sense? Well, it means that dementia toot of the game is enough to give you stress gigantic like you're here. I one game one game one road game that the the the guys know how to win on the road. And in leading up to game six two. And they didn't have their best performance. Could they have won that game if they would have got some sort of momentum? Swing off the bat. Yeah, they have no doubt about it. That police wanted to Iran. Upped the whole city wanted to erupt, and we just couldn't get their power put two minutes in and in that happened a couple times. And we just when you get a Parkway and you don't score. I think it just kind of sucks, the wind idea little bit. But the the fans were standing up for two periods. Waiting and waiting and waiting in addition happen. That's that's hockey. They put a great game didn't go our way. And now we're on the road and now the guys are away from all the nonsense. They're away from the, the big watch party seventy thousand whatever the case is there way from everything. And they're in a hotel room and they got their pre game meal, and they had their system down. They've been doing all year long, and they wipe everything away and others are gonna go play hockey, Joe citizen player that routine is great because you don't need to think about anything during the day. I know that as fans you might say, oh, it doesn't matter home road. You can ignore your phone, or you can shut yourself off. But try to explain even during the regular season, hell. Even during probably preseason what the demands are and how it helps to be insulated. I'm getting I'm getting mad at my buddies for don't, don't bug me says, oh I'm going to look like like what do I look like media pets, whenever you want to the point is maybe a classic? Look get it intern five ninety km west wherever you want to do. And we'll work it out. But look, it is. It's stressful. Man. I mean I mean that the Bill to that game was was was unbelievably stressful. And, and, and it is what it is. You know, I, I look at it like this to we're in the media. We're looking down upon it. We watch it from the outside the guys, they get they get stressed out. But I think they're they as a whole are better at pushing things away and just let it just look it's another game. We've been doing this. We've been doing this. We're we the media come in, and we're thinking of so many different things and change it so many different things. And sometimes she says, sit back simplify a couple of different things, and that I think, is a mindset with, with the majority of the players to be honest with maybe some of the young guys a little bit stressed out. But I think everybody else is, like, okay, let's just do you told me that you were weirded out weirded out? I don't know Kirby Kirby gave me a weird. Look. I, I don't know it just it's just it's been such a grind. It's been such a roller coaster full of emotion. You know it just it's been a blast. They know it's over regardless, regardless, it's over. We're in a weird feeling. Here's why I'm weirded out. I walked in a press box in Boston. And I'm not a healthy scratch, and it's the weirdest thing in the world. Usually if they if they sat me out in Boston, Mike. Okay. Cool. I'm going to go up there. They got candy. I'm gonna go get some Laffy taffy whatever the case is. So I made a night out of it. But no, it's, it's, you know, just being in Boston not playing watching a game like this. It's just a there's this allowing line, and it's, you know, the, the build up all year long dissecting, these guys every single day up and down trying to think of answers for so many different situations. And now we're in game seven to Santa finals. It's just it's mind boggling, but there are a lot of those blues game day podcasts on camel X early this year. We were like all right. Like, how do we draw some positivity? Like what can we talk about? So it doesn't sound like you're just hammering these. Well, that was that was the way it was. I mean, that's and, and don't tell me playing the Saint Louis because it's a small market is easy because you're hearing this everyone of those guys in the in the bad part of the season, December, when you know, you have the team just figure it out kind of thing going to the gas station, going to whole foods, going there like you're, you're hearing about it. Like you can't you can't avoid it the city still bubble. And they still love the blues and he's still recognize you. It was it was on the guys, you could block it out all you want. But you're, you're still forced to deal with it on a daily basis. Well, especially guy like Pat Meru. It's a different animal completely different element and not only that Cam, but he'd be one of the guys who would talk to the media, when things weren't going. Well, just but every day and then you mentioned your buddies, think about the texts. He was getting things were going well, or not going well and then you know to be on this stage now. And if this opportunity it's. Credible. The Heiser high, and the lows are low the highs are extremely high when you're playing great and you're doing your thing, and you score a big time goal or you getting a big time fight and you're just on your game. Everybody loves you. Everybody wants to text you. Everybody wants to be around you. You, you're the man, you the man. But when things go the opposite direction and maybe a couple games. That's fine. But when they go for weeks and weeks and weeks, it takes toll one you everybody wants wh what's going on with you heard this or that? I mean, there's so much to it. And just for for the publiz fans out there to be able to witness this, and maybe a lot of you didn't do it back in forty nine years ago. Whatever the case was. But now you are. And now you have now you could see the blues now you're watching the Saint Louis blues hockey team. Because when look you're going to watch the playoffs one way or the other, but you're not embedded into you're not you're not watching. What's Crosby do here. No. But when the blues are in the situation, you are really watching every single game. And I think a lot of blues fans that may be on the we're on the fence about everything are sitting back like this is an unbelievable grind. And I had so much fun with my family with my kids with my buddies going to these games. And watching this whole thing, so twelfth, it's crazy. It's crazy. The star look you to get with this, and you're gonna have to get back in shape. Like you're going to have to start skating against him. It's crazy. It's a short short summer and I in no, it's but you know what when you when you do win the Stanley Cup though. If you do win the Stanley Cup, you're right in that high, and you're doing your thing, and you're building a soul. And the blues are gonna build us up for next year. Anyway. This is a great season. Wouldn't you can't like this? It's been unbelievable. You can't tell me you haven't had fun with the emotion. I don't care if you're depressed one night, and you're happy there. I've been this been such a roller coaster. But it's just there's nothing like it as the thing. Like, you know, we're getting ready for tonight in the last couple of days of probably felt like a year for bluish fans because you win a game you think that, you know, we're going to sweep the rest of the series we're not gonna lose again. You lose a game. You could be three one in the series of feels like, oh my God. We're done. We're done. It's Otaki man. It's just. Think it happened like a team could get hot. I mean like you, you're just it's not over until it's over ever ever ever in the sport. And the sports is just takes you and again you when when everything's going great and you're winning games. You winning double OT victory and your everybody was pizza. And then all of a sudden you don't you'll score for six games. They're like, okay, we need to be like it just it comes in waves. And I'm glad that maybe people that haven't watched a blues in a while, or maybe they know hockey or whatever the case it, but they watch this they, they've gone through this journey with us, and they see the sport. And they watch and like there's nothing else like this. There's the emotion the passion, the grit that there's nothing else like this, and I want to, I'm going to be a fan for the rest of my life now. And so are my kids and that is the, the major goal with everything. But win or loose tonight. You still have that to look forward to in the city because there's a lot of. Kids are going to be playing hockey after this whole run. How proud are you to be blues alumni, oh, my God? I love it. I took full advantage of everything. You kidding me? Be we, you know. It's I do I feel I feel proud I absolutely do. And we're we have such a tight knit organization picture. So the other night man, we the plastic cover, and the game was great, but just like, you know, Craig Janney came in I look at Mike. I know you. Craig janney. I watch I watched you I acted like I was you with rollerblades on in my basement with my cousin and my brother. And while my dad's feed me, one timers, I acted like I was you like it's this, he's like, okay, you're a nerd, but I'm like, okay, fine. But I had to tell you that anyway, you know, great guy put just like I love brainstorm with all those guys. They would you think on Netflix? Would you and Bobby wood cruise in for a second? And then we'll be. Is way back out because he was too stressed out. We have a tight knit group. We have a great alumni organization and all the guys come together like that. You have to take advantage of the moment, and just picked their brain is much as possible, because.

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"kate ni" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"That our New Year's Eve. Yes. Quip yourself with some CBD anytime, you're ready to dabble. So that's first things first. And then after that, you know, we always just say start low go slow. So, you know, don't overdo it realize that if you're taking a tincture or a an edible those things take longer to activate a tincture takes less time than an edible and Attleboro can take anywhere from an hour to two hours, which is like really on a really strange window. Frankly, when you're just waiting for something to kick in especially if you're in a social setting that you might not even be there for more than two hours. But wait the full two hours before you dose up on an edible with a tincture can kick in as quickly as you know, thirty minutes. So that's a little bit more helpful. But when. You smoke or vapor is it can actually kick in as little as a minute. And so or even less, but I always I think personally for me if you're going start explore experimenting with cannabis. It's always better to know how you're gonna feel sooner rather than later. So I like to recommend that people smoke flower or vaporized to begin. And if they're really opposed to smoking or vaporizing than I would put them on a super low dose edible to be honest. I don't you guys don't have those in Canada at least in the lake regulated market yet. Justin step it up. But in California, at least we have really amazing like low dose edibles that are so low does that for people like Kate ni- consume cannabis all the time. We don't even notice it. But I always bring them home for the holidays for my family and everybody just gets like properly lifted at Christmas dinner, and that dose is two point five milligrams of THC and that is. Truly a low low dose for an edible. So I would say start their weight two hours before you dose out care. Last question is a fun one. We notice a lot of celebrities are really big into cannabis beauty, and we saw on Instagram recently that Kim Kardashian announced she wants to have a CBD themed baby shower. What would you buy her as a gift if you were a guest? Ooh, I was so delighted when I read that headline. It's so fun at what would I bring a gift? Well, probably not CBD because I'm sure she's going to have a lot of that. I would love to get high with the

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"kate ni" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"So that's probably the other side of the coin. But it's it is generally just going to feel like shot and like things are happening more quickly. And I would agree completely that the principal difficulty or danger thing to watch out for with Marsden. Gemini is scattering attention scattering energy. Yeah. And I thought that was really relevant in this first week of April because we will have the new moon in Aries in that first week of April. I think it's the fifth. And of course, that new mooning Aries is ruled by MAs and geminis. Mazas Gemini ruling the sun, but it's also going to be the Lou nation Rula for that sort of couple of week period as well. So that dangerous tendency to be scattered is a little bit kind of highlighted. The the rule of them. I use with geminis like do do three things at once instead of six it's not that you're supposed you know. It's not the same thing. Yeah. No. It's not like, you know, if you try to make it to Terni and boring, then you lose what power that offers. You, you know, if you try to make it, you know, one thing and pay attention only that like you gotta give yourself a little bit a little bit of room to move for that energy to circulate. But you do you limit it? But you don't you don't step on it. Absolutely. Yeah. It's not about doing seven to ten things it somewhere in the three to five. Ryan multiplicity is relevant. I yeah. You need a few pots on the stove. But you know, I mean, even a big star. You know, you max out at five bonus, basically. Yeah. And one of the things that changed last month of courses like you're innocent into Torres. I have you guys have seen any reflections on that. So far. I mean, we already obviously talked about that last month. And we've talked about it in previous months. But I mean, I already started noticing major changes, of course, with it going into my fourth house, and like suddenly moving one of the things I wanted to point out because it's a useful interpretive principle that I saw happen again in my own life. But it works just in general is that we always we kept talking about how last year urine dipping into Torres would act like a preview of some of the transit's that would come up when you're in his finally moved into Torres this year, the final time, and there might be some sort of connection, and what I realized in retrospect was late last full when you're in. This was was going through Torres. And I think when it stationed initially started thinking about moving when it first went into my fourth house. But then decided it wasn't time to in any way too few. Months? And then as soon as it went back in this month, I getting the idea again, but this time realized it was time to move now. I'm actually moving. So there was like a formal connection between one period and another just based on a planet. I dip into a house and then leaving and then coming back, and you can sometimes see that with retrograde 's especially outer planet retrograde that connect long spans of time. Did you guys have anything like that? Or is it just me? Yeah. I had a really Kelly you go you go. Stan. Yeah. Yeah. So last year Kate ni- on meet an offer on some land. And it didn't end up happening. This was after Unis's ingress into Torres. And then this year, it looks like we're going to offer on a house in the same town that we'd offered on land on last year. And that's just come up since urines went back into Torres couple of weeks ago just in the last few weeks. That's amazing. Am I I'm? I'm amazed because all of us have these stories about moving it sort of clues me into the like the tourist land earth connection. You know? It's not just about environmental monetary. Food fact is literally I think in some ways which land are you physically present to connected to because we had the same thing law summa mid twenty eight teen. I had a little bit of a temper tantrum and mentioned to my husband that I just was not going to be able to do another ten years of on -tario winches, which is basically like very extreme winters..

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"kate ni" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

"And I forget exactly what what it was over. But it was like oh hash. Pipe was made in like two thousand two I'm like no way was being two thousand. He's our yet is I'm looking at right now like how much do you want to bet? And like shook my hands is like thousand dollars shakes my hand. And he was looking at the answer. And he's like two thousand five or whatever I was like, okay. And in my spirits of that's about that by you. No, no. It's a computer in front of them. Yes. I agree. But the way I was thinking then I was like kind of joking laughing it out when I say in that in that context. How much do you wanna bet? It's kinda like, oh, I bet you're wrong rather than a monetary figure. It wears you shook his hand this the handshake was there. The handshake was there. And it was a bet it was. Unofficial bet. I paid him. Oh, no. I didn't pay him. Then we decided that if you double or nothing if the Phillies would finish above five hundred push push if they finished five hundred, and I double or nothing if they finish below five hundred I pay him two thousand this was at a point in which it was basically was very nice bike her office. Because it was basically a gimme bet because the Phillies were like twenty games above five hundred in August. They're are the only team in major league baseball history to go through like a hundred nineteen games. Have you twenty games five hundred and finished below five hundred they lost like that's right seeing right eighteen. That's right. Forgot that. It was pretty eventful. Yeah. So it was an epic collapse. And like that was a little bit of content because those phony and like we're both following. And it's like, whatever. And that happened I paid five hundred dollars off the bat. And I'm like, hey, like, I can't pay you fifteen hundred more right now like they could shoot the shit a little bit get it down or like do a payment or whatever. And he's like. Yeah. That's fine. That's fine. Friendly stuff. And then every once every once in a while publicly corrobos would bring up like fifteen dollars. I don't care if you do it privately. You just be like, okay. We also agreed that I wasn't going to pay him another sentence. He took me off to a steak dinner. Like rigs I owed you money at one point. And you're like, okay, I'm going to repay you back. Give you a whiskey like at a bar because I like, whiskey and you're gonna yeah. If somebody loses a big bets, you usually do something nice for them. We we agreed that steak dinner would happen until that until then I wouldn't give the next payments, and which like he wasn't avoiding the steak dinner. I wasn't avoiding pain him. It just never happened. A couple of times he's chirped about the bat or whatever. And it wasn't an issue. Well today, it became a big issue because Dave quote tweeted, the digs occur quake saying that. Saying that oh looks like after the Dc soccer. What Quique I think he combined quoting twenty. That's essentially what it was. But he's trying to put an insult in there too. Maybe I know all right. I was wrong. Dave quoted the tweet and set up your, and that's exactly why I'm doing barstools, smitty job forum and. I have to. I'd why why aren't I was wondering why shirts are being really something along those lines in which pissed me off because a Jared. No, he was talking about and be. About a month ago? When Bryce Harper was about the sign with the Phillies, we talked the March Kate ni- like spitballs through like a thousand ideas, Merck said specifically that you cannot put anything on baseball shirts. What you did in the past because the MLB is being real ball busters about. So when he's silhouettes any likeliness any names could not be done. And we're like, okay..

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"kate ni" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"He drinks like I've never seen a dog. And and he's healthy. She's hadn't checked at the vet, he drinks. But then when he's gotta go he will pay for five minutes. I have never seen a dog. His bladder has got to be literally elastic he kept an entire obedience class enthralled because you know, he said he had to go. So she took him over to the side of class trying to be discreet and somebody noticed he's still going and then it went through the class like wildfire. He's still going over there. He's still going, and he was still going and going and going and going, and he just sort of food to erupted drink so much water, but she's had Chack. She said a check from diabetes, and you know, he just he likes water while he plays in the water when he drinks. And then he's gotta. Truly elastic bladder to latex balloons, at least. But that's not most dogs. Exception. So if you work away from home, if you're like patron, unlike Kate ni- first thing in the morning, if you have a puppy he he's going to need to go sometime mid morning. So whether you can have somebody come home and let him out or if you're going to give him a litterbox her potty pets, and we'll talk about those also gotta go at lunchtime. Gotta go mid afternoon when you come home after the and then before bed now, that's a baby puppy. I would say until five or six months for most puppies stick pretty close to that. And schedule some of them will have a little more control by five or six months, but a lot of puppy owners go he's got it. He's house trained. Well, I don't consider them. How strange that just means that you've got the schedule. Right. If anything up. Set that schedule you'd probably have accidents. So that means you've got the schedule right after about six months, you could probably gradually decreased the mid morning in the mid afternoon potty break, but I'd be real cautious about it. Good way to cause the snap. Not ready. Yeah. Yeah. Adult dogs with no health issues can wait for lunch break, and the people that expect their puppy dog to hold it pretend twelve hour. Oh, no. No, even this adult. No combat walk. I can't long. It's not healthy. It's not healthy. And in our second podcast. We're gonna talk about some options for those dogs WSB our second podcast on how strengthening so that's a basic schedule. And it's going to vary. Some dogs are going to need more opportunities. Some will be able to hold it better. It's there's a lot of variables. Let's look at the size of the bladder of a pomeranian versus a great thing. Yes. I mean, there's not a lot of slack room in the Palmer Amiens body for to go from the size of a p to the Lima bean means it's urgent. So you have to take that into account as well as how much water they take. And don't try to limit water known during the day. They they need it. You can slow down water consumption. I mean, I've had some dogs who love to treat their water in play in it, and it would be all gone. So for those I would freeze the water bowl overnight, and.

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"kate ni" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on How to Money

"Or you buy a house. There are a lot of ducks Seaney begin a row, and we're going to put those ducks in a row people in just a few minutes, I'm excited to tackle this topic today. That's right, Joel. But before we kind of kick things off we are in our new dining room space. Kate ni- renovated our house. We didn't few episodes on renovating a few weeks ago. Gosh, we are so freaking happy to be back in our kitchen in our dining room. Now that we have this would of connected space for our family to spend a lot of time in and it's nice as well for United to be able to record and not have the insta- pot over my shoulder here. Plus all the spices behind you over there that whole thing going on. It was easier to get the beers from the fridge because it was just an arm's length away when we recorded in your old dining room slash kitchen mixed together in one, but but no, this is a nice new space. And yeah, it looks really nice. And it's nice to have kind of an upgraded recording studio here dining table, this definitely more comfortable, and honestly, just the utility that Kate nine that we have been able to get out of it as a family. Not even done yet. We still have a punch list of things that need to be completed before we write that final. Check. Like, we talked about when it comes to renovating your house, but I realized how much stress was sort of honest by not being back here, and sort of having our usual space and feeling like we're kind of camping out, and you know, we've been camping out for the past three or four months now while this has all been going on, and it's nice to be able to resume life and to pick up where we left off. Yeah. Matt, and there's some really interesting income producing aspects of urination that we are going to talk about in a future episode. So we're gonna need some time and some numbers to comment on that. And yes, so we'll get to that maybe down the road. But I I've got a frugal versus cheap for you bring in. That is school lunches your daughter in my daughter, they both go to the same element in school school lunches are four dollars there. And that's for a nice lunch. Right. Like, they have an incredible lunch program. It's like the nutrition and all the thought that goes into these meals like last time that my wife was there like the kids were eating beet salad, which is amazing. I love beets. That's. President. But the fact is four dollars is still a lot of money in our family. We're able to feed each one of us individually for one dollar per meal. So this is four times that and Kate, and I were having the discussion the other day, and we were asking ourselves are we withholding sort of special experience from our daughter by not allowing her to buy school lunch. Are we depriving her of the sort of fun thing that the other kids get to do because it's something that recently, she's been sort of mentioning on the side a little bit? She she hasn't liked demanded anything. But yeah, what your thoughts on that? Well, so we actually let our daughter by one day a week. So she buys either Mondays or Fridays, and we usually pick the meal that we think she's going to enjoy the most based on those days. It's one fewer day that that we have to pack a lunch for which kind of makes it easier to get out the door in the morning. But for the most part, we're packing lunches because it's way cheaper. Yeah. Well, that's that's where we are with it. We feel that it's froogle because otherwise we're spending four times five so twenty bucks four weeks a month. You're looking at eighty bucks just for lunches just for. One kid and part of that we can't really get around. We know our lunches are just as nutritious. But there's just the fun aspect of it that we feel were sort of depriving Evie of a little bit. I mean, basically, she just wants to be able to like eat pancakes when they have pancake day, like French toast..

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"kate ni" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"However that just makes me think he's an idiot. And you know, the husband, but I have seen where he's asked her if she's having an affair with him. And she just kinda laughed laughs it off. Would he be you've witnessed the husband asked that in front of you know, I have seen? I've seen written confirmation like a text or something own like well, first of all she was such an awful bitch. I couldn't believe she had a husband until Kate goes I feel sorry for husband. I've per sure. This is just rich sing the rich single woman and her friends absolutely put up with her because she's the rich one. That's what it looks to me core. Chelsea is. She was she she didn't know crystal. So in her an effect. She did not know crystal. No, she didn't I how did you get invited? I'm assuming what happens is crystal. You know, did the show but needed X amount of people, and you know, made it work now, whether it's through mutual friends, or whatever she did not know Chelsea, and it was absolutely hilarious because you could cut the tension with a knife the moment they walked on deck because apparently Chelsea was ten minutes late, the something and crystal. Made her life a living hell for that whole charter. So then we later see that Chelsea gets drunk, and you know, she doesn't doesn't look good, unfortunately. But she was the sweetest person. And I felt so sorry for her. And if I were in that case, I'm probably get drunk just to deal with crazy crystal. I mean, we'll at least you're drunk was just sort of like dizzy tiredness. It wasn't route Brasher anything like if you're going to be drunk. So what you know? Of course, you're gonna I feel like there's a routine to every charter. Okay. So they come on the always get super wasted Friday. And then by Saturday, they're like in their rooms by ten that seems like the the routine a little bit of of all expect from the gay guys. Yes. Except for the gay guys. Which was they were funny. Actually, they were painting. I loved them. I seen the gay guys and the group with the kids they were my favorite. They absolutely if ever and so with this awful woman. So right now are they still toge-? Yes. Rawson? They were hanging out the other night. Yes. According to their Instagram where does she where does she live? Okay. So. So she I think is in Connecticut. Okay. And it was funny because Kate ni- like she there's the podcasts that asked him if you on the show, and he went on it in they had asked me to call in. And so I called Kate. And I was like pay you gotta do this lift me. And so we were trying to get in at the same time like relay call and anyway, Kate got through and they picked up the phone, and she asked Krystal pointblank like, well, what are you doing is your husband, and she says, oh, well, my husband, you know, is on a work trip. Like, so I didn't you know, I'm still here. I don't know what the fuck they're doing. I don't care. They wrote a Republican. I if Ross wants banger, and he's getting paid for it for him shift kids. Oh god. I hope night. That's a basic. Do you think? You know, because because I've talked to we actually I actually did a Skype with the casting director to possibly go to the Tahiti thing. Right. Yes. But we really couldn't find people that could take that kind of time off enjoyed us. And then there was a part of me that was you know, I didn't really push it. Because I'm like you guys make the charter gas. Look awful the matter. What even when they're nice? It's like they're old fat Cougars. You know, why are they and it's so it's like, you know, at I thought even if I did this. So that I could like show my comedy or my podcast, like how do I know that that's even gonna make it like, I'm not Beth goal. That can like insist that skinny girl we mentioned eight times at episode. So I see why these card. Fascinated would probably be like a crystal situation. Yeah. Exalt god. Yes. So maybe you've considered a sleep number bed. But you thought Heather I.

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"kate ni" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"kate ni" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Whatever before. The other thing that's interesting as in terms of the hemisphere emphasis, you know, if in some new or it's all of these all of the planets are all over on one half of the chart, basically in one half of his at Eichel signs. And so as noticing in some of the horoscopes that for some of the people like some of the leader rising signs Scorpio rising or sanitary is rising. All the planets are transiting through the bottom half of the chart, and some of the personal personal houses at this point. And the only thing that isn't this month is that Lou nation, which is is the only thing that's over on the opposite end of zodiac, which is acting as a weird sort of counterbalance for some people this month, depending on where all the other planets full in terms of the hemisphere emphasis, that's really interesting point. I hadn't I hadn't thought about that. Yeah. There. Everybody's almost. Everybody's over on one side. Yes. Somebody in the forgot her name. But in the livestream pointed that out to me last night as I was going through. I think the horoscope for Scorpio. Oh, so it was an interesting point to sort of contemplate that in terms of our all of the planets going through. Let's say the bottom half of your chart at this point where the top half of your chart are they going through the left side of your chore where the right side of your chart, and then how does that Virgo full moon being the opposite all of that sort of counterbalance things? Yeah. That's interesting. That's interesting. And so let's just looking at the I was like to look at the, you know, whatever aspects the moon has so it's gonna try to Mars interest, generally, don't like my full moons to have aspects to Melih fix. But that's pretty I don't know. It's a trying, and I think Mars is going to be very sleepy after all that action. Cajon urine us in areas that doesn't bother me too much. But it's also the moon, you know, just an maybe two hours before ingress ING herb, maybe two hours before the perfect moment of the full moon makes trying with urine s and so there's like. There's mar- Martin. You know, the the moon's departing aspect is urine s and applying his Mars, and so even though you know, it's like a Virgo moon, and we've it's all earthy and stuff. There's a little bit of zip there, you know, with with the moon training urine and Mars right yet. And yeah. And then, you know, certainly being conjoined regulus that's another. There's some more secret Tangy sauce that that mood is about. And it's interesting with Mars there because you know, the such a calm period in late. February is Mars is going through the first decade of Torres in terms of coming out from all of that cardinal stuff. That's been going on. But it's almost like the calm before the Taurus storm because you're innocent coming and right behind it next month in March, and then start shaking things up in that sign. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. There's this. This this full moon. I think is more dynamic than it looks because of those trends, and because of regulus 'cause you know, mung other things regulus is just got a lot of energy. It'll it'll make you famous, and you know, so I was looking at this full moon awhile back 'cause Kate ni-. We're trying to figure out when to win to do went to do more regular work, and it I was like, oh, there's a full moon ca junk regulus lets you know, that would be a perfect time to do more regular stuff. But the more we looked at it. We're like actually January's regulus moon was better. And so we did that I don't know four or mostly Kate did that I just helped with the timing. We decide on the January one I think she's going to release that series on this full moon. If I'm not mistaken. Nice. I've been enjoying. Media. You'll be on that the series is getting released on the seventh. So there'll be time for it to ship in time to arrive on the floor. The full may. Yep. Got it. I knew the full moon was revolt remembered that. Yup. Only with the trigger. I love it. Will I've been enjoying Cates social media posts, and she's been very active or the past couple of months pumping out some good content on some of her astrological magic and related material..

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"kate ni" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"kate ni" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Richard Hake. Good morning. It's monday. And as on most Mondays we are starting off a busy Newsweek, and we'll preview some of what the WNYC newsroom is working on joining us now WNYC planning editor Kate Hines case. Good morning. Good morning, Richard. So what's happening this week? Well, tomorrow, New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy and New York governor Andrew Cuomo are both delivering their annual state of the state address at the same time. I think so I think if they will both be happening two PM. All right. What can we expect to hear from them? Well, remember, these are two democratic governors with two entirely democratic legislature. So we can expect a progressive agenda as well as language about how these governors will be trying to blunt the impact of the Trump administration or just work around it, or let's talk transportation there has to be some L train shutdown news. You know there is yesterday. We got news of a quote emergency MTA board meeting tomorrow. The goal is for board. Members to get details about the governor's plan to avert a total shutdown of the train tunnel. This is the play. Dan that has derailed the MTA's. Previous plant totally close the tunnel for fifteen months jewelry habit. We're anxious for more details our selves because so far we've just seen power points of the governor's plan. All right. What else we have coming up the annual women's marches happening on Saturday? The big one will be in DC, but there are local marches planned across the country as well here in New York City, there are two dueling women's marches, and that's leading to some confusion. We'll explain why also New Jersey's expanded smoking ban goes into effect cigarettes cigars and vaping will be barred in public parks forest historic sites. And at beaches, one of the goals is not only to improve public health, but to cut back on litter in two thousand seventeen the environmental group clean ocean action. Found nearly thirty thousand cigarette butts on New Jersey beaches. I don't think there's much smoking on January on the beaches, though, probably not, but you know, what is happening on the beach later this week on nice transition, every segue assure bird census here in New York. People count ducks and geese loons, swans, etc. If you're a bird in the water, you get counted by members and friends of the New York state ornithological association, which conducts an annual survey of waterfowl in the state all right now, if you're a regular listener, you know, Kate ni- lovebirds. Hey, take more. So especially I follow you on Twitter. And did you actually see a great horned owl ideas, central part? I did it's it's very close to Belvedere castle in the Shakespeare garden that's been hanging out there lately old check it out WNYC editor Kate Hines always likes to hear from listeners. So send her story ideas. They don't have to be politics or bird related. They could be anything. You can tweet her at.

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"kate ni" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kate ni" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"It's just so interesting to me, and when she was ascribing like that phone call she had to make to her husband to let him know. Like, I could tell that you and I are both like. Makes I would've been so freaked out. But you know, it really proves that in those moments of like, oh my gosh. All my gosh. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Like, what am I doing is the right thing to do? Really shown a light on the fact that those are the moments when you are most uncomfortable that are usually your biggest breakthrough moments as was the case for Christine. I definitely know. That's been the case for me as well. Like when I look back to the times that I was most uncomfortable in my life. Those were my biggest growth point. So how to really great time in Berlin? And so much history there, I feel like I took a history class all over again throughout all of our travels and Berlin was just really amazing when you agree. John totally. So our next stop after that was via Austria, and I kind of feel like the was the place where you, and I both kind of like had the biggest cities by sound feel like there's just so many places to see NBN it so big there's museums, and palaces, and churches and castles and monuments, literally everywhere you look like you could not walk down the street without seeing something like that. And. For me. I know that like cities by sound was definitely on my mind as we were walking through Vienna. Do you want to give a little cities by found background? Yeah. Well, you know, cities by sound is something that Kate ni- came up with back in like, the twenty four timeframe, and we were in Prague and Rick steves had an audio walk into our prog ended up just being two of the most joyful hours of our entire trip. Let alone even just prog in general, and we said man, this is such a better experience than anything else. Like trying to open up a book or a map or whatever else being on some group tour with like seventeen languages such a better experience, so cool so fun. And I said this is needs to be done bigger and better than what he's doing to. I mean, it can be and, you know, for a long time Kate now are just like man like we can do this. We have the skills and knowledge and the financial location independence to make a cities by sound happened when we travel to the world's greatest cities in creates three four five..

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"kate ni" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Attention earmuffs foreign languages idiot. Oh my God. Oh, wow. You're going to see them in a video that we're going to put out to. We're going to do a little coffee competition. Yes, these Kate ni- versus them to. We're going to do a little bit of coffee competition as who can make the most coffee. Yeah, you'll definitely have to check out that video and see if they beat us or not. I don't want to give any spoiler alerts, but I did a pretty damn good job either way last but not least we had to get our digs in at our beloved captain cons. And naturally, we have selected a fellow West Point alum. We also talk a little bit about draining the snake. Son of a bitch. Our next interview, we thought we got away from of Connor back in New York because a little bad, like dude, nobody cares about West Point. Starbucks, like just shut up about it. But now, yes, another West Point guy here. What class were you in Connor's going to not want to know that two thousand thirteen. Thanks for asking. Yeah. Thirteen. Oh, you're not wearing your ring. So you're saying he did walk in with a huge army Letterman jacket on, I know nobody can prove it, but yes. Yeah. So you are a little bit different your job here right now is different. It's actually your last day. Right? It's my last because you're getting fired. Not tired of this guy. Talking about West Point. He's gotta go giving him the boot. I've been here on a twelve week internship. It's an internship allowed by hiring our heroes. So while I'm on active duty, I've gotten a chance to kind of learn in kind of, frankly, mellow out. You know, I'm an army infantry officer and these last twelve weeks. You know, in the Starbucks culture versus the army culture, it's just been hugely different. What did your privates think whenever you told them? I'm going to work at Starbucks for my option. Option, you know, one hundred percent that they said, dude, you're going to be a barista like that's what they imagined when they think of Starbucks. But what I found here with the veterans and military affairs team is I've gotten to talk to veterans service organizations like the USO like an airport. I've gone to talk to different corporate partners that Starbucks has, and I have a unique ability to kind of represent both the army and Starbucks at the same time. How did it come about? So you're, I'm sure. Well, we'll walk us through your career for. So we all know because Connor talks about all the time like after he done with West Point, you don't have to go to TBS. We do go to TBS, right? So we go to a Bullock is what we call it right? Basic officer leader course four bending, George after that, I came to fort Lewis Washington spent those years. You know, being a platoon leader in s. one and I was in core staff up until I came onto this ten people about eighty percent of our listeners are civilians. So explain when it s one officer would do. Great. So I was a human resources manager for about seven hundred people. I managed, you know, in a very similar way to, you know, accompany payroll benefits different than a what? Is it a civilian role? I also monitored in. Training, you know replacements if somebody got injured or hurt or something. Okay, great. And did you get to do any deployments where you did you do anything employments why you been in zero deployments? I didn't exercise in.

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"kate ni" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"So my question to you to how many soldiers would this get in trouble if they had clear beer Friday, they got a water bottle at noon because they're just starting the weekend early and it's actually beer. How bad would this before our military. If we got our hands on this, not that bad because we still have thought. Can we make it not smell. List, then you start to get worried. But other than that, I think might be winter from of the throwback machine. Winter would be in big shovel because you can easily tell that it was Dr Pepper and his Camelback. So I think that he would be all right with fucked, but that that's the way back machine one One or two. or two. Other than that, I don't think so. I wanna tell people Kate ni- on high haters at been having a great string of guests. Like if you like stand up comedy, we've kinda shifted the direction of the show where we had. We had Kelsey cooked this week. We have San moral coming up dance dance odor. Ronnie Chang's coming up like we're basically having a who's who of stand up comedians. If you liked that kinda shit tune into high haters out going to be honest with you. The first couple of times, man, Kate were like trying to figure out what we want to do with the show. It sucked back and listen trash, but we have figured it out. We have put in more effort and figuring out what our purposes in our drivers. We have found that. So if you haven't given a listen in a while because you stopped whenever it started, stink back now. Go listen to it again and I think that's about it. Everybody have safe Labor Day weekend last weekend of the summer. I'll be up in New York next week. We are going to have rob o. Nealon who killed bin Laden. We're gonna talk to him about some different stories in it'll be our official one hundred episode. Yeah, this is not one hundred. I am so glad you said that. 'cause I was just sitting here with arms, raised up a liquid IVA caveat. We missed our hundred episodes idiots Ness life ninety nine. This is ninety nine point and feeling fine. Read the group tax one time. Kate, thanks. It's my job as lower. Enlisted on this show, ignore everything all the all the important news. So Kate, actually, though this weekend, you also get introduced how I am wildly obsessed with army football first game against the Duke blue devils down in Durham North. Are you going? I'm going to be in Chicago this weekend. Oh, well, then how's he going to be introduced to it? What she's going to be introduced to how noxious I am that I wanna talk about it all the time. Yeah, and mentioned chat.

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"kate ni" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"kate ni" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"You obviously had a career lined up because you went to a really good school. Where'd you go? West Point? Yes, that was where I went to name. So you went to West Point. So you had, I mean, you guys are really higher whenever you come out but enlisted marines. Like Kate ni- a little bit different and it's tough to have that background go to school and you think in your head when you get done with school, you're twenty six twenty seven years old and you're a little bit behind the curve. So just don't be scared because you're a little bit older to put yourself out there and take a risk to find a job that you really love and are passionate about. I mean, especially on the officer side, if you get now twenty six, twenty seven. You got to appreciate the skills that you haven't any experiences that you have because people in the civilian world, most of the time at twenty six, twenty seven won't have had the leadership responsibility that you've had at twenty six platoon leader maybe out of battalion staff. So you've got to really promote yourself and really sell yourself that guess what I have. Experiences that you're not gonna learn it any college and you're not gonna learn in the corporate world because no one's just given a twenty two year old in corporate America, responsibility for thirty other individuals. Right? So you got to really appreciate might wise young lieutenants like for young lieutenants that are there that I've already graduated from, like the officer can't school and done all that had their job at gout. If you're trying to get back into the corporate world when you get out just fucking cheat on land Nath. Separate and it's not gonna be a bad conduct discharge or something like that. You could say that you got out as Lieutenant, but you're getting out is a Lieutenant at twenty three and most billion employers have no idea what tennis responsibility are. How long do you just put on your resume? That was a former Lieutenant. And when they ask you what you did, you say it was classified damn. Then she could get, basically whatever you want it because you cheat on land now, win win. I have a question for you. Did you guys know where you wanted to live getting out of the military. You didn't care. I went where my significant other wanted to go. Right, right. Followed. Okay, chap. What about you? Did you like say like, I definitely want to live in San Antonio? Yeah. I mean, I just built a house here because the housing market was so good and always going to go to UTSA. So it was pretty much know Brandon for me and I looked at the housing market throughout the country, and it was just so much cheaper for me to stay here..

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