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AP News Radio
House OKs debt ceiling bill to avoid default, sends Biden-McCarthy deal to Senate
"The house has passed a bill that veers the nation away from a debt default crisis. The compromise agreement between House speaker Kevin McCarthy and President Biden did not please most lawmakers, but still passed easily. Yeah, he's a three 14, the Nas are one 17. Tonight, we all made history. Immediately after the vote, McCarthy said it's the biggest spending cut Congress has ever approved. Still far right conservatives like chip Roy had vowed to block the bill. You cut a deal. That shouldn't have been cut. Saying the cuts were not nearly deep enough. Democrats said it was far better than the alternative, a potentially catastrophic first ever default on America's debt. The bill now goes to the Senate where majority leader Chuck Schumer said it would move quickly to the Oval Office. I can not stress enough that we have no margin, no margin for error. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
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House debt ceiling vote nears to avert default with Biden and McCarthy both confident of passage
"President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy are both confident that debt ceiling and budget cuts package they negotiated will pass while working to shore up support. McCarthy's facing strong conservative pushback but insists he has enough votes to pass the bill. Everybody has a right to their own opinion, but on history, I'd want to be here with this bill today. Number two house Democrat Catherine Clark says it's unclear how many Republicans will be there with him. And the fact that it is still an open question. Clark says Democrats are unified, but some progressives are unhappy with new work requirements for older Americans receiving food aid. Still. I think things are going as planned. Hours before leaving for Colorado, the president sent top officials to capital hill to boost support before the vote. By the time I land, the Congress will have acted the hospital of actin, and when we want step closer. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
The Dan Bongino Show
Does McCarthy Have the Votes to Pass the New Debt Ceiling Plan?
"And you can roll right through to the radio show. That's up to you. But there is a lot going on. One quick quick note. The House is meeting ahead of a vote on a debt deal, which is supposed to happen shortly. I am really bad stuff. That the Republicans in this case, amazingly, I don't want to indict them all. You know, Mike Lee and Rand Paul and others have been speaking out about the debt deal. That the Republicans have again managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Listen, man, I'm not into pylons, but. It's just so pathetic sometimes. We already limit, save, grow, which was not a great deal, but was a better deal than the one the on table now. We already passed it. The House already passed it? Yes, it was already passed. So, why are we negotiating against ourselves? Exactly. Hell, even Nancy Mace Ace is, you know, whipping against this thing. Nancy Mace. So, what I'm hearing now is that because McCarthy's having trouble getting votes for this deal, is which not a good deal. It's not the most horrible deal and we don't have the Senate. We don't have the White House. I'm a realist. I'm not dumb. I know a lot of these Republican, oh, that guy bought Geno as a flamethrower. Really? Have you ever run for office? No, you haven't. So, you can shut them up, okay? I've actually put my name on a ballot. I know what I'm talking about. I understand we don't have that. We don't have the Senate and we don't have the White House. I get we're limited, but I'd like you to counter my argument, which is a simple one. Did we not already pass Limit Save Grow, which had a far better set of spending restrictions in it
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As House debt ceiling vote nears, Biden shores up Democrats and McCarthy confident of GOP support
"The Senate awaits House action on the debt ceiling and budget cuts deal with top House Republican Kevin McCarthy furiously tried to sway skeptical conservatives, Senate counterpart Mitch McConnell's urging the party to stay together. House Republicans gave them the upper hand. They used it to secure a much needed step. In the right direction. Democratic chief Chuck Schumer's warning Republicans against scuttling the bill. Any needless delay, any last minute brinksmanship at this point would be an unacceptable risk and says the Senate will move fast when the time comes.
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As House debt ceiling vote nears, Biden shores up Democrats and McCarthy scrambles for GOP support
"House speaker Kevin McCarthy continues scrambling for GOP support as the dead ceiling and budget cuts package heads to a vote today. McCarthy insists he will have the votes to pass a bill, he says, makes historic spending cuts. If I remember of Congress, I wouldn't want history to pass me by. But Florida's Byron donalds and others on the right Flank are skeptical. I'm trying to figure out exactly what conservatives should be happy about. Few lawmakers on either side aren't fully satisfied with the compromise, leaving McCarthy and President Biden trying to gain enough support from the political center, a rarity and divided Washington. The president said in top negotiators to capital hill for a morning meeting where top house Democrat had came Jeffries pledged his support for the bill. Without hesitation, reservation or trepidation. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
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Ahead of House debt ceiling vote, Biden shores up Democrats and McCarthy scrambles for GOP support
"The president and House speaker are scrambling for support ahead of a house debt ceiling vote. The debt limit and budget cuts package that squeaked through the House rules committee on a 7 to 6 vote is headed to the U.S. House. President Biden and speaker Kevin McCarthy are trying to assemble a centrist bipartisan coalition to get it passed and avert a potentially disastrous U.S. default in less than a week. We'll pass the bill. Speaker McCarthy is of all the congresses in the past. You're going to add up all the money that they rescinded and add them together. This is higher than that. 218 votes are needed in a 435 member House, the deal faces opposition from hard right Republicans who say the budget cuts don't go far enough. Trillions and trillions of dollars in debt for crumbs for a pittance. Representative Scott Perry is the chairman of the freedom caucus. This deal fails, fails completely. The White House said President Biden has had more than 100 individual phone calls with lawmakers, House democratic leader Hakeem Jeffries, says Democrats will do their part. We're not interested in political gamesmanship. We're interested in avoiding a catastrophic default. Liberals are upset the deal greenlights a new work requirements for older Americans on food aid and a natural gas pipeline through Appalachia, Jennifer King, Washington
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Debt limit deal heads to vote in full House while McCarthy scrambles for GOP approval
"The debt ceiling and budget deal worked out between House speaker Kevin McCarthy and President Biden has advanced to the full House, where a vote is expected Wednesday. I'm Ben Thomas with a look at its progress. The House rules committee voted 7 to 6 to advance the bill, chairman Tom Cole, an Oklahoma Republican calling it a product of compromise. And reflects the realities of a divided government. We shouldn't allow that to overshadow what this bill accomplishes. It would restrict spending for the next two years while also suspending the nation's debt limit during that time, and the nonpartisan congressional budget office says it reduces deficits by $1.5 trillion over the decade, but South Carolina Republican Ralph Norman also a member of the freedom caucus was disappointed. We had a real bill that was going to make a difference. We did in the original bill. This being watered down is completely takes the teeth out of it. And I see why the Democrats vote for it. I see it now. He and Texas congressman chip Roy, who earlier in the day, said not one Republican should vote for this deal. Join Democrats in opposing the bill's advance. Ranking Democrat Jim mcgovern of Massachusetts accusing the GOP of weaponizing the debt ceiling, saying it's a precedent that will forever haunt the nation. One party can use the full faith and credit of the United States as a hostage to pass their widely unpopular ideas. Adding, someday, hopefully not in my lifetime, but someday there will be a Republican president. And you will remember this moment because what you are trying to do is get things enacted that you could not get done through regular order. Ben Thomas, Washington
Debt Ceiling News Pumps BTC
"Let's go straight into some market talk. Is it all around what's happened with the debt ceiling, do we think? Or is there a bit more to it? I'm not sure, but that news about the debt ceiling has really pushed up all asset classes, and Bitcoin had a bit of a shakeout last week. Even you had a bit of a panic sell trace, but we're back to the races now. Police. I don't know if I had a panic sell. Come on. We're back to the pre -sell -off levels. I guess it was the debt ceiling, which you can give a bit of an update to. Let's talk about that. Crypto prices had a nice little pump on Sunday night with the news that the US lawmakers had ended their stalemate over the government's debt ceiling debate. As part of the deal agreed between President Joe Biden and Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, the plans are a 30 % tax on crypto mining also has been shelved as part of this deal. So I think what exactly was the deal as well? There's no debt ceiling until January 2025? I mean, that's interesting. It's the kicking the can down the road scenario that every country is doing basically, but particularly America has been leading the way for well over a decade. I'm certainly no financial expert, but what I do know is if you keep printing money, money is going to be useless. Absolutely. We've been on the way there for a long time. I'm sure that's why many people are in crypto. I didn't see this coming. I thought they'd sort of let what needs to happen happen, but how much further can they go? They sort of keep making their own rules and, like I said, keep kicking the can down the road. So the inevitable will happen at one point or another. All they're doing is, in my opinion, making what will inevitably happen
Debt Ceiling Deal Gives Unlimited Debt Until 2025
"All right, friends, well, today, as I said, we are hopefully wrapping up or at least putting a big momentary pause on the macro story that has dominated markets for the past few months. Yes, a deal has been reached in the debt ceiling standoff with both President Joe Biden and Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy making major concessions in order to move the matter forward. The deal on the table would suspend the debt ceiling entirely until the 1st of January 2025. Presumably this puts off the next dispute over federal borrowing until the middle of that year and uncapping the debt limit in the interim. The core of the argument is a two -year cap on federal spending, although each side is presenting the story slightly differently. The White House claims the spending cap would reduce spending by around $1 trillion over while the GOP argue that spending cuts are twice that level. New York Times analysis puts the spending reduction at around $55 billion next year and another $81 billion the following year. So let's talk about what's actually in the deal. The set of tradeoffs in the deal have caused outrage among numerous groups of ideologically aligned lawmakers and special interest groups on both sides of the aisle to the point where there are few truly happy with the compromise. Now that of course might mean in America's polarized politics that it's actually a good compromise deal. IRS funding has been cut, with $20 billion of the $80 billion in additional funding to bolster the tax department now being repurposed to fund discretionary government programs. And what's worth noting here is that early in the negotiations, this IRS funding was a red line for the president. You will no doubt remember when he said that he would not accept any deal that benefited quote wealthy tax cheats and crypto traders. Another aspect of the deal was that work requirements for food stamps recipients will be expanded. However, the cohort of people this will affect appears to be small. Only impacting recipients aged 50 to 54 while exempting veterans, the homeless and people who grew up in foster care. However, negligible the effect on the budget, the expansion of work requirements within the benefits program was an important symbolic policy for hardline conservatives. And small as the concession might seem, there are still many on the left who are very, very against
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Facing GOP backlash, McCarthy labors to shore up votes for debt deal in time to prevent US default
"House speaker Kevin McCarthy is hunting votes for the dead ceiling and budget deal he negotiated with President Biden, a bill conservatives are blasting for not having enough spending cuts. Some Republicans like Oklahoma's Tom Cole say the bill does the job by avoiding a debt default. And we will achieve real reductions in spending while doing so. But the hard right house freedom caucus and chairman Scott Perry say there aren't nearly enough. And we will do everything in our power to stop it. With some conservatives warning of potentially trying to oust McCarthy. I'm not sure what everybody wanted. We couldn't get everything we wanted. He needs two thirds of Republicans to approve the bill. Here at The White House. This compromise agreement is reasonable for both sides. Budget chief shalanda young says the discussion now should be about getting the bill to President Biden, not about which party won. The American people came out ahead. Sagar Meghani at The White House.
The Dan Bongino Show
Sen. Mike Lee: This Imposter Bill Puts the Onerous on Republicans
"I find it odd that we undermine their own piece of legislation which already passed the House for a week or bill that you now have to fight to pass the House That call me crazy center but that sounds like regression not progress It is regression precisely And we undermine that in the process we undermine all Republicans Look a few weeks ago I put out a letter a letter that we signed by 43 Senate Republicans We only needed 41 but we got 43 three others that they agreed with the substance of it for strategic reasons didn't want to sign it What that essentially said was let's assuming those 43 at a minimum would have been willing to vote to pass Bill like limits save grow What that meant was that it would be up to the Democrats because it'd be up to the Democrats to limit safe growth had already passed in the House They didn't even need to Democrats over there All we needed then was for Chuck Schumer to find 17 Democrats to vote for it So as to avoid what the Democrats themselves are touting as an imminent emergency By doing this by coming forward with this impostor bill that purports to have all these savings measures in it but on further examination it's just smoke and mirrors he's now put the onus back on Republicans You watch remark my words Dan what they're going to do this is going to unite Democrats Democrats are going to be just thrilled about this You will have more Democrats excited to vote for it than you have Republicans This will be good for them put the onus back on Republicans You're already seeing conservative Republicans who are opposing it Being attacked And that is because of this very thing And by the way the reason the only reason why they have any ability to claim that this is the only deal is because of this fake June 5th deadline
The Dan Bongino Show
Sen. Mike Lee: Current Biden-McCarthy Deal Is a 'Bad Deal'
"So the deal I've told my audience you know I don't like to bury the lead I should it's fair that you understand my position on it Bottom line up front I think it's a bad deal My fear senator is is this the only deal So I just would like you if you could to address those two questions Is it a good or bad deal And second given our numbers and the fact that we don't control the Senate or The White House do you feel tactically it's the only deal The floor is yours sir Okay I asked her the first question I do think it's a bad deal I think it's arguably an irredeemable piece of legislation Not only fails to live up to limit save grow initiative which passed the House a month ago But that actively undermines our fiscal future So it's designed to limit the good Bill Let me save crow But the fiscal responsibility act is they're calling it Instead guts all of the key elements of fiscal discipline betraying the very principles it purports to uphold and despite its veneer of fiscal prudence it exacerbates our budgetary woes without offering any legitimate redeeming offsetting features or significant reforms As your second question of whether this is the only deal as far as I can tell that is exactly how this is set up And it's set up for that very purpose to be the only deal which is exactly the problem with it This is exactly what people hate about Washington D.C. this thing was negotiated by a small handful of people in private in secret And then those who negotiated it come back and they tell people including the people who had fought so hard to put together the limit save grow act like our friends in the freedom caucus for example this is the deal Take it or leave it but this is all you're going to get The only thing you have to vote on
AP News Radio
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, The Carter Center says
"Her family says Rosalind Carter has dementia. The Carter family says the 95 year old former First Lady is happily at home in Georgia with former president Jimmy Carter, who has been receiving hospice care since February. The family has not disclosed any specific diagnosis for either. The carters are the longest married first couple in American history at 77 years. The family notes Rosalind Carter has spent her public life advocating for mental health awareness and for people in caregiving relationships with loved ones. Sagar Meghani at The White House.
AP News Radio
Key test ahead on federal debt deal that could prevent a disastrous default
"Hard right conservatives are blasting House speaker Kevin McCarthy for the budget deal he reached with President Biden, put simply the house freedom caucus is not happy. This deal fails. It is a bad deal. It's defies conservatism. One of the biggest abominations since I've been in Washington D.C.. Not one Republican should vote for this deal. From chairman Scott Perry down, freedom caucus members say the deal does not enact the deep spending cuts they want, accusing McCarthy of fracturing the GOP by giving in to Democrat demands. Texas chip Roy and others say they'll work to block the deal. And no matter what happens, there's going to be a reckoning about what just occurred unless we stop this bill by tomorrow. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
AP News Radio
Crucial days ahead as debt ceiling deal goes for vote and Biden calls lawmakers for support
"There are crucial days ahead as The White House and congressional leaders work to pass a compromise package in time to lift the nation's borrowing limit and prevent a U.S. default. A key test will come this afternoon when the House rules committee is scheduled to consider the debt limit package and vote on sending it to the full House, officials say the U.S. risks default as soon as June 5th, President Biden says he feels good about the deal negotiated with House speaker Kevin McCarthy and has been calling lawmakers ahead of this week's votes in Congress. There are still concerns about the deal's passage with some hard right conservatives criticizing the lack of deep spending cuts they wanted, and liberals denouncing policy changes like new work requirements for older Americans in the food aid program, the full House is expected to vote on Wednesday. Jennifer King, Washington
AP News Radio
Debt ceiling takeaways: Biden's invite to liberal skeptics to 'talk to me,' McCarthy's balancing act
"Congress is back and topping the agenda is a debt ceiling deal. No one claims to really like. I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look. Democrats who have reservations about this compromise bill. Talk to me. President Biden acknowledges not all Democrats, particularly those on the left, may vote for the package, Congress is taking up. But I spoke to a whole bunch of people and it feels good. We'll see when the votes start. His debt ceiling deal with House speaker Kevin McCarthy runs 99 pages, both can point to provisions they can call victories, funding medical care for veterans and changing work requirements for government aid and streamlining environmental reviews for energy projects. But each side has a job to do to win over enough lawmakers in their parties to pass it. Some conservatives are concerned the deal doesn't cut future deficits enough. Meanwhile, Democrats have been worried about those changes to programs like food stamps. Ben Thomas, Washington
AP News Radio
Impeachment trial of Texas’ Ken Paxton to begin no later than August 28
"The impeachment trial of Texas Ken Paxton is to begin no later than by the end of August, I'm Lisa dwyer. A historic impeachment trial in Texas to determine whether Republican attorney general Ken Paxton should be permanently removed from office will begin no later than August in the state Senate. The Texas Senate has unanimously adopted a measure that calls for the trial to begin not later than August 28th. Paxton was suspended from office Saturday when the GOP controlled Texas House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to impeach the three term attorney general. Paxton has been dogged by ethical and criminal accusations since taking office in 2015. He has called the House investigation that led to his impeachment corrupt and denies wrongdoing. I Lisa dwyer
The Dan Bongino Show
Dan Bongino Shares Personal Story About Pres. Donald Trump's 'Loyalty'
"When I was in the hospital with cancer thing you know that kind of sucked and it was really bad I had this big lump on my neck and they had to take it out and it was really in a bad place because they were telling me you know things could go bad We can Nick your vocal cords There are arteries and veins in there And your doctors and surgeons out there know that a surgery in the head and neck is always a little riskier because of the density of everything that travels through the neck and I had had a bad incident with the IV nurse It was ugly She's like talking about politics and stuff And I get a call man And it was president Trump Just the most amazing thing I mean he was in The White House when it went down And he's calling me in a busy work day to see if I needed anything in the hospital And that's why I get particularly annoyed when people take the public guy they know the guy who is an attack dog apex predator on Twitter and in politics but that's the game folks You don't like the game get a freaking dog You don't want to play ugly political games go get a dog I'm sorry Probably why I didn't do better in politics I'm just I don't know I got to be a little more vicious I think somehow you yeah me But that's not the guy used personally Unbelievably loyal Unbelievably loyal You screw them over it's a different story but thank you mister president I really appreciate that That means that means the world
"m s house" Discussed on Cinemavino
"And welcome back. Good to have you all back. It's good to be back. We got Travis bud. Taylor Owens. Hey, what's up? And Sean. And now this begins our series on dealer's choice moves. We're talking about we've done specifically bad dealers choice. The way I pitched it was like movies. We've gone from movies that we love to hate. Now it's like movies, we hate to love. Cult movies, misunderstood movies, movies that didn't necessarily get the wrap that we think they deserve. Stuff for going back and taking a look at it. Well, this movie doesn't fit any of that. This is just. Yeah, this was just a love to hate. Yeah, and it's like, I'm glad we went back and took a look at it. Because I haven't seen this that came out. Oh, same. No, it's been that long, so definitely curious. I think I have a new understanding of why I was in the Indian guides in 1996. I didn't realize I was so influenced by the chains. I swear, I got this movie mixed up with jungle to jungle, like starring Tim Allen. Yes, which is because it had the home improvement. The combo. Yeah. Talk a little bit about the wine. This one, we're doing the formula. This is an Australian Shiraz. This is the prototypical Australian Shiraz. It has big fruit forward, high alcohol. Burly. This almost borders on a fortified wine. It is so strong. 16% alcohol. This is honestly, I wouldn't even say this is a food wine. It's so big, it would overwhelm a lot of food. This is a binge drinking wine. Yeah. This is going to napalm, your taste buds. If you're looking for a pretty tasty fruit forward wine that's going to get you drunk pretty quick. So this is a night with the boys one. Yeah, exactly. And we've done that. And we've partook. Yeah. This served as purpose. That purpose was perfectly. Well, I'm here. But yeah, if you're looking for a good Australian wine, and I know a lot of people got burned down on strained wines, because they became such big high alcohol fruit bombs. The market collapsed in this country. But I think people may come back around on them. They're fun. I mean, it's like this is a good, pretty, pretty palatable wine. It's a good Shiraz for what it is. Yeah. I think alcohol fruit bombs, is that Travis TikTok? Yeah. If it isn't, it is now. Hey, Chad, whatever you're doing. Why don't you go ahead and stop that, buddy? I can't see it. Travis is trying to balance the timer we have for a podcast on his can of beer. I don't know, I'm just, you know, fidgety. I'm fiddling with my keys. Travis grew up under power lines. This is like beta way. The fact that he always brought power in The Rain storm all in lost power. So we're going to talk about a man of the house. This was taste pick for our hate to love, love to hate all the above.
"m s house" Discussed on HowSound
"Elsewhere. But Katz says that's all hypothetical now. This is our communities studio, it's where people come and record their podcasts. Since we've opened, we've probably had about 500 people come and record here. It's amazing. It's all we've built something awesome with a lot of successes that definitely achieves the vibe, but I don't know if that's the right model anymore. Because so many people can and do record from home. And I think I've changed. Initially, the big passion drive for all of this was that I really needed it. You know, like that's at the end of the day that's where the energy comes from that makes it so it's more valuable than anything else because you're just like, I need this. And I certainly still do, but I think I'm willing to see a world where I make content and I make shows and I have communities and it's more virtual. Because that's the world we live in now. You know? And the last place I'm going to show you is our community space. A lot of people ask what the building used to be. It was a boxing arena. It was an audio mechanic at some point and right now it is this amazing home for stories. We say a better world through better listening because we believe that great storytelling is not just about talking. It's also about teaching people how to listen to each other. Where we are now is our community space. It has kitchen. It has a bathroom. And we put a ton of hurt and soul into making sure that this is a home for stories here in Colorado. So the last we are closing our doors January 31st. I do plan on keeping the studio and subletting the space so that way I'm not completely saying goodbye to what we built. But I am looking at closing the doors to the greater community. And sitting on it for a little bit and just trying to figure out how I can learn right now..
"m s house" Discussed on HowSound
"The audio industry is built on the backs of contractors. And there's a lot of good in that because you have a certain sense of flexibility. You can manage your own schedule, you can you can work at the pace you want to work. But for me personally, I felt that one of the ways that I could contribute is by building a stable workplace that had benefits where people could ostensibly buy a home, and have some investment in this beyond. Hey, this is a great gig. By February of 2020, House of pod had become so popular, they outgrew the existing space. They couldn't take on any more members. There was a waiting list, and she says they had lots of productions lined up. They even looked for a second facility and posted job openings for two new positions. But while she was reporting guardians of the river in Southern Africa, cat came down with malaria and dengue fever. Soon after, she was diagnosed with cancer. She says she's okay now. Thank goodness. And believe it or not, this all happened and then COVID hit. Most of our members were like, hey, we don't know how long this is going to last. And we're going to cancel our memberships. And we gave everybody refunds. Katz says some people stayed on, but they had to dip into backup funds to keep making payroll and rent. And then all of these productions that we had lined up for 2020, essentially like canceled postponed backed away. And so we cruised through 2020 with a partially open space when that was viable. I applied for a number of additional disaster relief funds. And then we put our heads down and just worked on any show that came through our door even if it was below the rate. And just kept on chugging. In 2021, things improved with the pandemic. Members came back, but not that many. She says production on branded shows started up again too, but she and the staff have been so busy trying to catch up. They haven't signed a single new podcast this year. So there's nothing in the pipeline for 2022. And that is usually okay in the world of podcasting because if you don't have a brick and mortar space as most people don't, if you don't have a salary team, as most people don't, those aren't problems. It's pretty normal in the industry. Standard even that you complete a big project and then have a lull or a moment even where you don't necessarily immediately need to pay your overhead cost because you don't have a ton. And I think that's one of the baked in challenges that I brought to this model was from the beginning we started with overhead and the need to constantly pay that overhead. And it's amazing. We've pulled it off. I've hit payroll and rent without pause for four years. But right now, I think if we really want to grow the way that I think we're capable of growing, we have to be able to weather the storms the way others do. And at this time, I think, with my opportunity for reflection and being really honest about what I built, I think we're going to be stronger, ultimately, if we rid ourselves of the overhead. And so I'm closing down the physical space and I am shifting it to a model that you more standardly see in the industry where we work with contractors. So that's what I'm going to do. I guess I don't want to hear that. Yeah. I know. It's hard to say out loud. Yeah. But, you know, it's like, there aren't a lot of role models that do this in particular. There's a lot of companies that have gotten investment and sorry I'm crying. It's stupid, but yeah, I see, I see a bunch of other models. That work. And I want to one of them out. Because this iteration is really hard. I'm picturing you giving your all. Sounded like every fiber of you. Even through illness, you know, to make this work. And now you're talking about closing the doors. But I mean, rob at what point. Like at what point is it no longer a proof of concept? Yeah, I think if you can give something you're all, and it's still, isn't enough. It just seems like that's important to pay attention to. I think there are other people who have really made it in this industry. And not worn themselves so thin. And I aspire for that. I want to step in here for a second and say something. I'm excited how suppod will continue even if it will be House of pod without the house. But I'm an old community radio guy. I spent years managing radio stations where people from the community hosted shows on air. The last station I managed was literally in a house. It was like a radio home to Cambodian and Somali refugees and punk rockers and jazz cats and jocks and academics preachers, LGBTQ people, teenagers, immigrants, healthcare providers, I mean, everybody. I always believed a radio station is doing its job if it looks and sounds like the community it serves. So it seems to me House of pod took the community radio model and applied it to podcasting. It's not an apples to apples comparison, but close enough. And as I look at what's happening in podcasting these days with huge companies cornering the market and more and more shows going behind paywalls to become premium content. I wonder, where's the mission driven audio storytelling? I mean podcast production informed by values outside the marketplace like community building and democracy. Surely there must be a place for that with a financial model that works. It seems like PRX is figured it out with the podcast garage in Boston and a new one in San Francisco. Though, as far as I know, the garages are partially subsidized by PRX. House a pod doesn't have a parent organization like that. There's also futuro media. They've run podcast labs in Boston and Detroit and Akron and elsewhere. But their short term incubators, teach in one city, then on to the next. Not like the podcast garages or House of pod, a third place. There must be others, but the point is, their few and far between. Cat wonders if she should have found an investor early on to help get House of pawed off the ground. I wonder if they should have been a nonprofit and sought funding from foundations and.
"m s house" Discussed on HowSound
"For everything human. Sapiens was produced for sapiens magazine, and it launched in 2018. Apple named sapiens new and noteworthy, and one of the top ten science podcasts at the time. That's a good start for cat and her crew. But still, what about the money? Cat says they were paid $60,000 to produce sapiens. How could that cover the cost of the podcast and House of pod? We were able to just kind of cobble together money from all corners of anybody who wanted to make a podcast. And by the summer, we had built it up so we had 25 members. So we were getting $2500 a month in addition to the funding that was coming from that podcast. And then we were able to sign another podcast for I think 20 yeah, it was $25,000. And so all told there we were looking at a hundred K in the first 6 months that made it so that we could basically keep going. And we just kind of scrapped everything together. And by scraping things together, she means the furniture was donated, the staff worked as contractors at lower rates than anyone would consider now just because they all wanted to see how a pod get off the ground. And cat didn't take a salary. I'd instead rent it out. My house and slept out of my car and just kind of got things rolling in that way. You slept in your car. Yeah, I always sleep in my car, though. I still sleep in my car to this day. I don't understand. I have a van. The cat's van life. Yeah. Did you ever ask yourself what the hell am I doing? All the time. All the time. But I think my goal and I know and just looking at it retrospectively, I know that sounds insane and naive, but I think my long-term goal was just to make it to the end of every day. And if I could do that, that was enough. And I did, I carried a lot of the weight of the work on my own shoulders and I just figured it out and made it work. But it was it was a nightmare. I do remember I do remember having so many all nighter evenings because at the time one of my story editor would just tell me like, hey, this script you wrote is crap, you know, like do it again. And then I'd come with another draft and maybe still crap. Do it again. And so I think it's just continuing to. Wake up with a renewed sense of that I'm doing I'm doing my favorite thing and I'm doing what I love that in and of itself became just an almost bottomless pit of drive. So one of the beauties of working in radio and podcasting is that you can do it alone. You may not want to, but you can, and historically, lots of producers have been a one stop shop. They come up with story ideas. They pitch story ideas. They do the interviewing, the record the interviews, they gather tape, they transcribe they script, they record in their closets, like I'm doing right now. They mix and edit. You can do it all yourself. So why have a podcast center? Why put in all of this time and effort to build House of pot? It's a really good question. And I think for me personally, I think I wanted a community as much as I wanted to create great things. It just seemed like how can you make amazing content in a silo when there's so many people out there with so many different lenses and perspectives and so many interesting lives that it was just like. I think we're going to be stronger if we know about each other. And I want to build the home for that. After the first year, House of pod continue to expand. She says hundreds of people have taken courses and launched podcasts there. And the production team at house a pod has produced over 25 shows, like these. This is kola sunset. A new 8 part series from the institute for science and policy at the Denver museum of nature and science. Welcome to just a special. The place to learn about far secure from neighbor's perspectives. So hi, I'm Emmy tiller and I'm a fellow at just a special with the urban leaders fellowship. Welcome to exploring as this park, a podcast about Colorado's original playground and the base camp to the Rocky Mountains. Its history, its people and its secrets. This is from the Martin to the center. A show that unapologetically amplifies voices of marginalized folks. There's also that series that won an award at Tribeca. Guardians of the river. It's a place of life, death, and mystery. And it's called the okavango Delta. The life is the water, and the water knows no borders. It twists and turns through Angola and Namibia until it converges in Botswana. Spreading into one mighty freshwater delta called the okavango..
"m s house" Discussed on HowSound
"I clearly remember meeting cat jaffe. That's because her energy just fills the room. It was back in 2017, cat was a student of mine in a weeklong transom workshop on Catalina island, which is off the coast of Los Angeles. I had produced nothing. I had no significant previous experience in audio. I just really wanted to make podcasts. Cat was in the workshop for maybe three days when she made an announcement. She told the class she was struck with an idea. A big idea to pursue when she returned home to Colorado. I wanted to make a space where people could make podcasts together. That was the biggest thing. I wanted to continue what I'd had the taste of at three of them. Things are better when you can do it with other people. And so I'll be honest with the cat when you announce this to the class. I thought to myself, okay, cats very much a Newbie to audio storytelling and podcasting and radio, the whole shebang. Good luck with starting a community podcast center in Denver. Yeah. You're not the only one. But here's the thing about cat's time at the Catalina workshop. She needed to leave early for a work commitment. Instead of completing the workshop in 7 days, like everyone else, she finished in four days. Four. This was unheard of, especially since the workshop was so rigorous, long days and nights, lots of heavy lifting for students, producing a sound rich story for the first time in a place they'd never been. I remember that piece. I don't think it was very good. But the point is, she did it. In record time. And so I thought, what do I know? Maybe cat can put together a podcast training and production center. But coworking spaces are becoming all the rage these days. And one facility in north Denver is seeing so much success in just the first few weeks, it may need to expand. It's called the house of pod. Jeff Todd checked it out for Jeff. It sounds like a really cool idea, a cool place. People there create podcast? Yeah, Karen, but the truth of the matter is that it's quite expensive. First you've got to have the space and then equipment just like this is really expensive cat opened the doors to house of pod in May of 2018. It's a local hub for podcasting. They hold workshops, they provide studios for people to record in. There's a place for everyone to hang out and work together. You know, get to know each other, help out that kind of thing. House a pod also produces branded content, including a series for National Geographic that won a first place award for narrative nonfiction from the Tribeca Film Festival. And if that wasn't enough, cat even launched amped, a nonprofit to support podcasting from marginalized voices. So in short, cat created exactly what she'd been looking for. She injected a strong spirit of community into podcast making. She described it to me as a third place. That's a term coined by a sociologist to mean those important places in our lives that aren't home or work. The bowling alleys, the movie theaters, the coffee shops, the house of pots. I watched her efforts from a distance, remembering her whirlwind few days at the transom workshop and thinking, well, I'll never doubt cat again. But not too long ago, I got an email from House of pod with a video. Hi, my name is kataki, and I'm the founder and director of House of pod. House of pod is an award winning podcast production company, as well as a few in the video. I think cats sitting in a bathtub. It's hard to tell, but regardless, she had bad news. I'm afraid we're gonna have to close down our community space and adjust our business model. This would suck. I was startled by what she said. And I wondered, what could stop cat jaffe from doing whatever she puts her mind to. It's the end of an era for me for sure. This is how sound, the backstory to great audio storytelling. It's produced by PRX and transom, I'm rob Rosenthal. House of pod is located in the 5 points neighborhood of Denver. In what one news site called a bizarre building. It's an old warehouse that looks like a cross between a castle and a church they said. Kat told me it's a great spot. There's a parking lot and it's close to public transportation, and there was room for studios and meetings and collaborating. It had all the things. But there was one problem the basement. It was a rehearsal space for heavy metal bands. We would bring them pizza and beer and be like, do you guys want to take a break right now? And we would basically facilitate that break and then go quickly record what we needed to record. Eventually the landlord agreed to move the bands to the back of the building and House of pod, got some quiet and more space. Along with figuring out the noise problem, there was another not cat needed to untie. The money not. She needed money for the lease for equipment, for furniture, for staff. One way to pay for those things was to charge a fee for memberships. Hundred bucks a month. Members would receive access to professional studios and the coworking space. But remember, cat hadn't really produced anything before. My thought was no one's going to come to a podcast production community that I make unless I can prove that I am a podcaster. And I don't have the money to just make my own show at this time, and cover all of these things. So I'm going to make a show for someone else..
The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"m s house" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Harry, thank you, I had so much fun going to the house on The Rock with you. Oh, absolutely my pleasure, and we skipped over plenty of extraordinary parts of the house on The Rock. So you'll still have some surprises in store if you ever make it out to spring green. You'll have a you'll have a lot of surprises in store. I could not recommend it enough. I honestly tell anyone I know who's going anywhere near it to make time to go there. And I should say that those giant flower pots with the dragons that we saw on the way in, they were designed by Tom Koch, who wrote the biography of Alex Jordan and the house on The Rock, and he gets into all of this background. The book is called never enough the creative life of Alex Jordan. And was indispensable in researching this episode, which was produced by the wonderful airy huggins. The rest of our production team includes Doug baldinger. Chris naka. Camille Stanley. Willis writer Arnold. Sarah Wyman, manolo Morales. Tracey Samuelson. John dolore, Peter Clowney. Our technical director is,.
The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"m s house" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
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"m s house" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune
"Well jack has been amazing helping out with all of this stuff and our lives will be in a bit of disarray for the next month. But it'll be cool. We'll have it up and lucky for me. I'm going on the road always does now the jail. Oh the whole house needs to be cleaned out. Well yeah no problem. Oh by the way. Jackson going to work for the next seven days. That's the other thing. I'll just say real quick and then we'll move on. We're basically having to take out everything from our house. Yada yada but that's why it's been a crazy. We're not put marine. Oh my god. God.
Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"m s house" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"Is also good to know if you are planning going on a funded by the bread people. Maybe either way it's kind of. It's kind of freaky. They wanna just find a way to drop the pounds if you will. This may be cool. Maybe a little creepy amazon is now offering some brick and mortar customers. Ten dollar in store credit to sign up for amazon one. What is that right. It's a new technology that allows you to pay for goods at amazon stores. By scanning your palm's so you don't have to remember your phone scanner. You don't have to remember your credit card or money. Who to that anymore. Right but i am sense. Leading people pay by scanning their palm. Some people think it's kind of creepy because now they've got your calm print not seems very personal and i don't know yeah right different form of payment except what have you all kinds of crimes or people that to tricky to to waving at them while they're in the store prince sudden you pay for everything in the store because you've walked by your palm on our three d. printer or something like that very very to work gloves to the store now. Some people think it's cool. Some people thinks creepy. But that's things you need to know. H i tax ax stacks hacks cianci and rich new poll. A new poll found most attractive jobs for men and women k. Like hot jobs now. These aren't like politically correct. So just this word for word. The hottest job a man can had twenty twenty. One firefighter four for a fashion model. No doctor now. The ten jobs women want men to have her doctor lawyer carpenter engineer project manager far further. Construction worker software developer mechanic and accountant. The top jobs men find attractive for women are nurse. Elementary school teacher. Dr secretary lawyer dancer. Missile teacher waitress hairdresser and receptionist. That's right secretary and receptionist where the words are on this list. Metal school teacher. Like not high school natalie dancers a little vague to like ballroom or i'm sure ballroom. Dancer on dancing with the stars live pretty gorgeous. Dancer bodies our bodies yep according to women the least attractive jobs for men are fast food worker janitor. Chuck driver cashier and made. According to men the least attractive jobs for women are janitor truckdriver fast food worker. Plummer insecurity guard. Would you take twenty five percent. Pay cut to keep working from home forever. I would not now. I need to get out of the house. Allen could have done it from always kept coming in will be over one in five americans in a new poll. Say never never for next week doing glue. The most common answer is next year. Two new summer foods are trending right now korn ribs and frozen honey. I keep hearing about frozen honey what honey. He's a comedian honey. Yeah and you squirt it into a little bottle. You freeze it. Take it out of the bottle. And it's like funding spooky and you chew on it throughout the day or something. I don't know in court ribs. Is you take corn lacob and you cut it long ways and half and you bake it like ribs. It curbs attorney ribs and it's fun to eat which i'm down to try love corn here. Oh here's some things that will make this the things hotels don't want you to know you can't trust the drinking glasses in rooms. The main goal of the cleaning staff is to make everything. Look clean a lot of times. They use the same raga. Wipe down glasses in every room. Bedbugs are real concern. Doesn't matter if it's cheap hotel or five star resort. They've had them before and they can have him again. Never put your suitcase on the bed and always check the corner of the mattress underneath the fitted sheet. People die in hotels all the time. We'll guy claimed it happening. Almost half the beds at a dingy place where he worked he says obviously depends on the type of hotel. You're staying in. What if you're allowed to ask that anybody died my room. Yes okay as long as you didn't bedbugs. A british woman named jane was not cool with a dodo chop calling. Donuts playing jane's because they're quote implying all jeans are playing. Lighten up. Jane not a six year old boy to a question answer form online and asked people. How could they work nine to five every day with only weekends at four weeks off vacation and not feel like they're wasting their lives. Okay sixteen-year-old this genius or crazy. I think it's genius. Someone with lollapalooza tickets went there weeks before and dug a hole and buried a vodka bottle on the festival grounds and then dug it up once he was inside a rich. Okay this this. Blew my mind. Because i thought that my teeth care routine was like on point but turns out. I've been doing it all wrong. There is a new order of how you should brush your teeth in the morning to prevent you know like bad breath and stuff and it's almost entirely reverse of what i would do. I think you'd get up your brush your teeth and then you loss and then you mouthwash and that's the field but so all these tents have gotten together and they say. Here's the best way to do it. You start with the mouthwash in the morning to get rid of bacteria that builds up overnight then you flocks so you get in with the floss and get rid of all that because the toothpaste really just does the front and the back of your teeth so at least you got a better opportunity to get the toothpaste in between your teeth. So you start with mouthwash then flash then brush then scrape your tongue and then you have a fresh mouth throughout the day. And that's you do all those things. I do all those things but i didn't in reverse order. I would brush floss mouthwash watch. I brush my teeth in the morning. That's it. I'll brush my teeth and maybe philosophy. I got something in my teeth. i don't have. I don't even own mouthwash. What sizes from the dentist wash. Does anybody have a tongue scraper. I used to. I love those. They're fun they her..
Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"m s house" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"You feel so bad for her. But it's such a good. It's a cute movie. That's good but just so you hear her singing stuff. Yeah well i just finished a different movie in the top ten on netflix. This morning it's called the vault. it's really suspenseful. It gives me like mission impossible vibes because the movie starts off. And there's this dive team and they basically find the treasure in the sea and then the treasury seized from them by the spanish government. They say it belongs to the crown. Because that's where it was found and so the people that found it in in the ocean. Now have this big heist to take back. Because they found it and they want it back so they have to break into the spanish bank. Yeah it's in english and it's like i said it's totally mission. Impossible like they have to break into this vault inside the spanish bank that they call like a wonder in engineering and no one knows how it because it was built in the seventeenth century. So nobody knows how it protects it but it's like literally the most secure place in the world and both those are the top ten. It's really well for me. I mean that story lines interesting. But i can't say how many times have had a run in with the spanish government. So i mean very relatable washout like been there one carlos john rich what's worse than getting dumped probably getting dumped with no idea why it's update dump day right now. John jane rich shot jane. Richest hyper humpty dumpty. So thomas got dumped. Thomas wants answers. Let's hear his story. Thomas welcome to our show. You're on the air. Humpty dumpty thomas thanks for having me Yeah my girlfriend broke up me last weekend. And it's just like really confusing because just not share like kinda where things went wrong You know just kind of been in a rough patch and you know but we recently talked about how like you know. We want to kind of take steps forward in our relationship with like you know less arguing and things like that. But i don't know what was going on in your relationship that was making it rocky I mean i don't know. I guess like we've been going back and forth a little bit and i don't know maybe she's just like burnt towel. I don't know but like she would. Usually i felt she would tell me if that were the case you know she just kind of broke up with me with like no warning at all so when she did break up with you did she give a reason. How did she say She told me the relationship wasn't working anymore and You know just you know. She was kind of like saying it had more to do with her and like less to do with me. Thank you don't believe that Yeah i don't know. I'm trying to believe that but then i'm also kind of like i feel like something might also be going on. Maybe there's some something i don't know about. Does she have anything going on like school family friends like any any family. Don't know she doesn't have any family issues but you know she definitely you know she's very she's a social creature social butterfly. She's out a lot. She she does have like a huge group of friends and I don't and Yeah so. I don't know what i'm hearing right now. I feel like we've heard a lot like you said we were going through a rough patch. You were kind of getting into it. But it's like we're ask you what it's about and you're like i don't know so i feel like when we get your your ex girlfriend on the phone. She's gonna be like a hundred times. i want. Hang out my friends without him. Might whining about it or something. You know there's gonna be a reason that you friends with him and he doesn't want to thing. Whatever the reason is. I feel like she's probably told you a million times. Maybe didn't listen. I've been through all that right there really on friends. She wants to go out all the time. I mean yeah i mean back when were dating now even i mean now all mean still time and i don't want to invite you like she wants you to go with her. Yeah and i'll be like you go like we were on vacation. It was a one week vacation right but she went week before so she the to vacation because the first week. She has a plan where she sees friends. So i don't have to deal with a good compromise her album. she's probably at this point. Not going to ask you knowing that. She's going to get an enthusiastic. Yes oh my god why just handle it place. We were staying at. Yeah thought it would find out that there. She had friends three houses down and four houses down so every time we walked down the boardwalk. You'd stop to say hi talk to these people so now i made it a point that we would walk down the boardwalk more or if we did we went through the alley you wanted to each and then we walked out in the alley and then my son camp gets recognized basketball. That's it we're leaving different vacation destinations. Anyway all right dude. So what's your ex girlfriend girlfriend's name whitney so we will call whitney and you find out exactly if there's a different reason why she broke up with him because we get her on the phone and she goes well. We're just you know we grew apart different. Different lifestyles you. He's he's very active. I'm really active. I mean that's it okay And she broke up with you. A how long ago was this was just recently. I mean just like a couple days ago okay all right so you hang on tight. We'll get around the foam. It's humpty dumpty. Talk which jane johnson in the middle of day dump. Day thomas and whitney were together for about a year last week. She broke up with him and he says no warning are there warnings. Did fate ever going to a rough patch warnings. So it's like are you know but he said there are no worrying so but him by telling you that then it's like he's admitting there there was warning what he says. She's very sociable. She has tons of friends. He doesn't so is that a sign right. There is that him is at her saying. Look i liked so it's like i have a lot of friends i'm gonna go up. My friends won't come with me. Or i have a lot of friends. I wanna to go out my friends in. You'll let me go are eighty those scenarios scenarios. You thomas. I don't know i felt like we were dealing with you. Know the beginnings of a relationship. I mean you know even though we've been together for a year you know it's just hard to say okay. Well that's why you came to us. Yeah exactly hi. Is whitney there the extreme. Hi whitney i know this is random but this is a radio. Show calling john john rich. How are you really yeah. That's really cool. I'm i'm i'm great good. Can we talk to on the radio for a second sure. Yeah whitney are you.
"m s house" Discussed on Ringer FC
"I believe you need tottenham ride hav where their weaknesses and i think that weakness is their strength in killing him benicio And we saw that with that goal. What miranda scored. As soon as he came on all the time. I'm watching this game. I'm saying they need a focal point. They need somebody to attack these players. Somebody's gonna And so two kilinochchi say are we going in there is eugenia. We're gonna pick him up. None of them did it. He turned hurricane turns. He hasn't got a pace of loretta by he could turn them. You've got movement in front of him. That's when you are able to then coz those two guys race exciting space needs to be created. We need to be ruthless in copy. We can't be sitting back and letting them ease into to be ruthless in mexcio saying right from the jump. You're saying like the first night just happened because what's going to happen is they're going to have a spending we. I thought we started okay the over day but then we. It was almost like a books. Much where you start. And you know you've got knockout punch and bam bam bam bam bam and in denmark. Connor said i know he's got knockout. Punch kind of taking these punches there then. Did you see when they started to grow in the game yet. They were dangerous literally with every attack. Yes harry harry. Maguire was getting pulled over to that left side. An image johnstone's got pulled in damsgaard than blasted fruit. I'm thinking oh my god. Oh my god what's going on here. It's going to be really important to press the macphail. Note the things the spanish midfield. Spain's midfield while supernatural right. Yeah to goods. I love our midfield. Field is not going to have that kind of dominance. What we do have is with very good at positionally. I'm a very good at pressing. Mount is going to be important wherever all he plays. Mason mount measure to put that in the iceboxes. It came off. He's going to be essential. The key is to be disruptive in central areas not have too much time and then really. Just keep cutting you saw. We saw studying gets denmark. The first fifteen seconds of the game he gets. The ball goes bam dots the energy. We have to come with worried about mounts if we're going to do Is he going to match them up because if he's going to do the full two free one mount already occupying that space yeah. I like that though. I like that because you like it yet. Because he's pressing because lucas. It's like the scraps defeat from the table. Like mouth presses some scraps before from the table and the final third. It's not gonna possession based game more like kind of counterpunching where mount occupies the base of the midfield at mount matchup. Georgina as well. We knows from trainees. Yes that's ideal in berlin when mount we've seen a couple times in the premier league when did most advanced player over a second about play presses defensively blind play like rotary rotary. Never recover from jimmy. Vardi right joe. Gino has never fully recovered for the first time he oppressed in the premier The first time. I call them the game. It was but i think it was even spurs. Maybe it was. Maybe it was yes. Yes yes dots. The energy yes is yet. That's the blueprint for how to play with. We saw that all of a sudden everyone said gee we were going on about. Oh my god eugene argentina. It was unbelievable because it's a house party and everybody goes. Hey is everybody else. Bob ferris bueller ferris buehler's for.
"m s house" Discussed on Ringer FC
"A told you so. But to have to go to a game against italy italy i believe i believe that killing on ambon uchi if you can get to them probably where you can hurt him to say that ca- props is just for me. You don't need to say that sows in if it does happen you say we have a new. There's nothing to base that on. Nothing honestly moves. There's nothing for us we are. We prayed up to this point to base it on that we could. We could italy in spain. How they've played but like yeah we in one of game but like the way we've played we're gonna have to do a lot more to go to another level this. Yeah you were saying about killing. And benicio get into that so you look at that triangle. You got show. She knows the deep islamic filter Kidding bitchy ironically. enough to what pace and power. That's agile much power in dan's aikman didn't you. That's the weakness and we saw actually spain with better. Finishing would have opened up and they went down the middle. They went down the throat. Murata's goal was surprisingly easy. The way he came off came off with mnuchin or kaylene. None of them went with him. No one from the midfield. When with him rand when he turned he literally was able to run ten fifteen yards. Play the one to go in. it was it was. It was ridiculously easy for. It's for italy side tonette. Who then who then is going to be does is going to be. Who's going to be key on sunday night when you when you look at the way. Spain plays to is the two attackers tuchus. Because if you if you look at them if you look at like what starting. You're going going into ukraine. Cut inside play the reverse pass like an into cain. Stop those spaces inside pockets. Which soccer sancho and i would say sterling. I'm not sure the other ones we're looking. Because i think i love the other players. But the reason why i think specifically studying sancho and sacra so good about the other options greatest to his great they combine so well. I think it's why rostered may seen so many games because russia's amazing his combination play. I love his combination. Plays of the same level of of like a greenish. British was brilliant action the semifinal ginette. He broke ground ready. Well so i think we have precisely the players who was strong enough to exploit. Why would say that particular weaknesses. This episode is brought to you by casper. The new casper cooling collection has everything. You need to help you.
Voices of the Community
"m s house" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Of our high school students to have an a plus in a on her english papers for the first time after working so hard with us for all four years of high school so she improved her spoken and written communication skills and also shared that. Her teacher shared her a plus paper as an example with other classes and a teachers training. So there's just comes to show how we just have to be creative and continue to support our families with the services that we have an mark same question so they would sensitive shared. Is the reason why we get out of bed every single day and are part of the team. It's amazing the impact that we have and don't really realize it until moments like that. And i will say we're nothing without staff without her team. You know our team is truly a group of really passionate professional individuals that are constantly looking to see how we can improve. The lives were family. Emily see where we continue to improve our model on how a supporter families as well too. I really think that for us. The greatest impact that we've had is that we've really had a chance to bring her programs online. We really efficient on making sure. That families don't have to commute into raphael house from the time resources effort to engage in our programs. They did in the past and they really have access to technology the resources the lives to overcome the digital divide. I think that's been a big part of but i'm excited about helping. Our families currently also moving ahead adding more aspects to support our outreach to make sure that we can provide that for families and it is also us focusing in helping them strengthen their technological skills. I mean a lot of our families to solving simply take for granted. Email google suite or microsoft office. Any of those things are things that are families are typically using or the children may abandon. The parents have been so. It's a way of focusing our time in resources to see what the technological needs in skill sets our families and seeing how we could support them so they're successful really this new digital online world. That probably would have taken another decade to get to this point but covid kind of forced us to step into this new brave reality. So i'm happy that we're able to support a family's sway and the passion of the staff is continually seeing how we can help our families moving ahead and really make sure that we support their needs matter. What challenges are facing moving on. Thank you and mark for sharing raphael houses work. Today we will make sure that listeners. Have your contact information website and social media so they can follow raphael house and get engaged in your work and to help your mission and hopefully get out there and volunteer and.
Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"m s house" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"That i have no idea. What's inside that. Yeah yeah The one thing before before i forget For for any new build contracts right now the the cdc has moratorium right now on it It was extended. It was supposed to expire on the thirty first of december and then it was extended through the thirty first january. And although this seem so far afield from what the interview topic is what's going to happen. Since code has occurred there have been stimulus packages to the united states for us citizens with an income you know under a certain level evictions have been halted in in many many. I think across the united states at the end of january. There's likely to be another extension. Minor new president takes over. But ultimately there's going to be an end point where many people will go into the court system to be addicted. The only way that those people can have housing is through governmental tiny house villages community living those types of things. That's all underway across the united states right now. Many municipalities have already built the veterans armed services in tiny house villages. There are more going into place for low income families who've been evicted in municipalities. So the demand on not individual builders because probably those government contractors are different ripping. But your tiny house. Builder may come up against some obstacles because the demand for tiny house living is going to. It's going to snowball. As this year progresses. I think by june manufacturer tiny houses may exceed mobile homes in general just because that size of living is what the majority of the new people are going to need and whether or not. The market's going to keep up. I don't know but if you're looking to enter into a building contract right now is good to have a talk with your builder that if there's a delay that you know after you've made a big payment if there's a big delay have to talk about that because she needed commitment to finish that house your house whereas before that wasn't as big big concern but right now i think the demand is just gonna go through the roof. Wow so when. I hear you say that in my mind. I think that the what's going to get outstripped faster than the demand for the houses. Themselves is the demand for where to put them exact. Because it's already difficult to find a legal parking space for a tiny house in many places. Now you gotta look at both ways. It is true is hard to find a place to to put your tiny house. But if municipalities are opening up their tiny house villages to help deal with the eviction process. Now they can't discriminate against another tiny house village in that same municipality because they've already approved one in that location so it kind of has a boomerang effect you know the the local governments doing doing it for that the needy and the low income. How can they say that. The people who have a little bit higher income can't have a tiny house community in a similar location in that municipality is really you know the land values right now are exorbitant. But that discrimination factor is going to have to go away you know. It can't just be this city on their own terms. Once you get a tiny house village in town very hard to say. You can't have another tiny house village in that town and not meaning that most tiny home owners wanna live in a community. But i think it at forever negative. There's always a positive counter. It's just waiting for that for the positive one to percolate up. But i st the zoning issues to become really really hard in a month or two. But then they'll be. Localities will be sued for discrimination and they will have no defense once. You couldn't your own tiny house village as a town or city or a county. You can't say to a developer whether their local out of state or out of country you can't put in a tiny tiny house village here. That's that's blatant discrimination. Yeah and that's where it seems like. This has the potential to kind of break into the mainstream further than manufactured oems. Rv parks mobile home parks. Which which have a real stigma. Yeah yeah i. It seems that the tiny house tiny houses are so similar in so many ways and yet they're it's they're managing to kind of be considered by more people. The the the manufactured housing industry has become. I mean it has exploded as well. That's that's the irony of all of this. You know as as the tiny house movement has been expanding so has manufactured housing because people can't live in the concrete mansions anymore it first. We had the mortgage foreclosure crisis that pushed a lot of people into manufactured housing and the type of manufactured housing that exists. Now it's hard to tell the difference between the site house. The site built house manufactured home. Just like a tiny house. That site built mary. You can't distinguish that from cottage or a bungalow. Whatever word you want to call it. Essentially look very similar so as the tiny house movement has been expanding all these pressures on everyone from a monetary perspective the pandemic Made people think outside the box on all levels so the people who are being foreclosed on or moving are the people who are now becoming the residents in the upper end manufactured home communities the people who really gave up their homes but have income. They're now into the big. Rb in for portion of the public. Because they don't they don't care they just wanna travel in having fun and the income to do it then you have the people who are downsizing because they know the need to look their budget and they need to look at their income. Maybe they were a two income family now. There are one income family because the covid so they're looking to have a mobile home a tiny home on wheels so that they can go where the work gets you know so. It's kind of like a trickle down effect as the people the mortgage foreclosure crisis push people into the manufactured housing industry that kobe crisis has probably pushed people into the tiny house movement. Because in up to people if you had to be boys rain comes source and yet now you have one. That's a huge fifty percent reduction in your income. So these are it's weird talking to mobile home Whose whose trial attorney and putting in perspective all these massive crises et going on in the united states but they all lead to the tiny house movement in my opinion in because alternative dwelling units. I remember hearing and talk about that at the first convention. I wanted.
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"m s house" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"True true. So is it reasonable. When you're you know. I guess you could say negotiating with someone over a contract. Is it reasonable to ask them to change something in the contract. I think it if if there's something say say the way the way you're paid at work you only get paid once a month. And they have a thirty day termination clause and you wouldn't be able to get another paycheck in say if they terminated you. You wanna make sure that you would be able to at least have a paycheck to move on and you could say. Would you be able to extend that in my case to forty five days i understand i have to get out but if you give me forty five days i'll have a pay check in hand and i'll be able to then have something with me in something to help me with the transition. There are exceptions to rules in communities by federal law in for the americans with disabilities act service animals. You know all those types of things so if you know you have a service animal and you have a small unit. You wanna go to either an rv place or any kind of plate site where it's no pets that can be an exception view. Would be saying to them. I need to have this animal with me. Performs a function for me whether it be emotional are true service and that landlord that leasing company would have to make the exception for you so those couple of examples of where. If there's a hard and fast rule you could ask for the exception and in the matter of service animal or a caregiver who's on age of entitlement to those exemptions by state and federal law got it. Yeah speaking of exceptions here. Where i live in burlington vermont and vermont. In general has a number of laws about leases and tenancy that kind of you know for example like in burlington. A landlord is not allowed to charge a higher rent for a pet. They can take a pet deposit but they can't charge a different rent for a pet though. Like do those laws if somebody does find themselves in a contract that is actually against the state law which which takes precedence like the contract that they signed or the the in the state that says well. You can't have a lease that makes somebody do. Xyz that's one of those situations where And i think it most states in the united states. There's usually a lawyer referral number an eight hundred number that you can call and there may be a nominal charge but if if you have a situation like that where you know you google the laws and burlington and it says one thing and you look at your lease and it says something else you. I would also google lawyer referral service because my firms member of that. And it's it's kinda like a pro bono service that would be a perfect question to pose sue somebody in one of those referral services to say. You know i'm attendant. The law says that. I see i'm being charged. Something different and then you know landlords or held to comply with the laws just like ten minutes or so you know there are ways where you can challenge that short of you know hole big lawsuit you know by getting some of that legal advice and do you offer or have a recommendation of where people can find like sample contracts. Like say. they're you know going to go live in their tiny house in someone's backyard and the person's like oh i don't really have a contract you can you bring me one or is it are there. Do these exist out there. And is there a good source for them i have. I don't know of one particular source but usually in any jurisdiction view go online and put in sample. Landlord tenant lease. You'll get a whole bunch and it's usually from law firms that our landlord tenant lawyers and you would be able to at least get an idea of basic terms and it's usually start date how much you're going to pay what the basis for termination is and if there's a security deposit and you would be able to just look at that framework and it doesn't really have to be much more complicated than that. So you know. I hate to say. Google is a source. But if you google that tight. Landlord tenant lease or sample lease. And it comes up with the law firm. At least that's a little more reliable situation than the way used to go to the library. Find something that said leases and you know. Pull out some antiquated your party. The first party of the second part document you know. It's a lot more available and accessible online now green so i also wanna get into this. We've been talking a lot about communities and kind of leases and where you're living but the other big topic is around you know entering into a contract to have a tiny home built for you. Yeah and i'm curious. What are some of the issues that you've seen in in that realm Probably the best way to tackle that is not having payments in sync with Like what the builders doing as far as the bill so it up like giving fifty percent down and fifty percent at the end without any steps in the middle to like for example You know a certain certain percentage or certain amount when the you get the floor plan. A certain percentage you know when the walls are up when the electrical goes in when the plumbing goes in so that it's not just one chunk of payment and you pray everything gets done until you make the second payment. You want a stair. Step that so that you get proof of what's happening with the first payment. The second payment the third payment and the critical factor is. There are a lot of people who don't even know what their electrical plan is in their house or the plumbing layout so that if they have problems with those types of those parts of that house the the contractor repair person that comes in literally have to take part figure out where the electrical system is. Or where where the junction boxes are. That may be the cause of the problem. So you definitely want to have the payments timed so that you're getting what you need as the owner to show that that work has been done and there are certification companies out there. That can do that. But you wanna hold them to the same requirement you know. They are certification companies. But you should be getting proof of inspections you know all along through that process. Not just you get certificate at the end that the home meets all the requirements be roadworthy and all of that all certification companies do things in a timely fashion through the bill. So you wanna make sure that your timing your payments with them as well with production of what proof of.
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"m s house" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"With are i'd say they are slightly complicated but if you read them. You should be able to get the gist of what's going on that. That edwardian Kings english garbage in contracts went away a long time ago. If you see contract that has that in it. You're looking at a document that's probably twenty years old so those things should stick out. If you feel like you're in a you know a british play reading your lease agreement may be other things that are very old involved with that property as well so normally if you read elise you should be able to get the concept. And if you don't understand something you have you absolutely should ask. Whoever you're dealing with dinner into the contract what what does this mean. Can you give me an example. A lot of people are are uncomfortable. Admitting they don't understand and that's the easiest thing you can do for yourself as say. I don't know i don't know what this means in reply oven. What does that mean. Why why is that word. been here. i don't even know what that is and if they can't explain it to you then that's that's another red flag what is replenishing. That's where If you stay on the property and you leave your items there i would be able to detain those items and Recover not only my lot but was on that lot through legal action and you know it's a lot more complicated than that but it's a way to kind of if you put your things on my life i can retain them and then possibly sell them for value. Okay wow what are some things. What are some specific. Things may be that you've seen in leases for renting a spot in a community or a parking spot that are kind of red flags that you can share with our listeners. Who are maybe maybe there are people listening who are looking at least right now What are some things that you are like you know. Be be cautious of some specifics. You always want to look at what the condition start to terminate the lease. If the if there is language that it's terminable call it at will meaning. It doesn't matter what the circumstances if the landlord decides for any reason they don't want you on that site they can give you so many days notice and you have no choice but to leave in there would be you know a sheriff escorting meal off the property and i guess i should say what i always say you know. I'm licensed to do business as a florida lawyer. So when i answered questions. I'm trying to answer in generalities not to give legal advice but from my experience i can give a little bit of a template to people. Just you know especially with the building contracts. United that during the global Thea conference in other. So many things that you can do regardless of whether you're in the united states or or chill just to watch out for yourself and it's not that it's a legal requirement or legally sufficient for where you are is just common sense you know so. I always like to say that at some point during the interview. Excellent yes So this this interview is not legal advice. But we're hearing So on the flip side of that coin. I wonder what your advice is for not not necessarily like a developer or somebody who's setting up a tiny house community but but somebody who just as space in their yard who does want to wants to invite somebody to live there in a tiny house but they also want to be protected and want to not have a bad experience. You know what advice do you have there. It's it's sort of Like like any relationship. We have people residing together. There has to be a list of do's and don'ts it's just like gallows look at it like when i was a teenage ryan long list of don't and yet you know you're gonna pay your rent on time you're going gonna you know a follow the normal etiquette you know trying to have the band laying in a two. Am don't be driving your car fifty miles an hour into the backyard. Where your unit is you know. Just have some basic ground rules. There should be some type of ground rule about payment. If if if it's if it's a a payment situation or a service or lodging in as some people will do maintenance and errands and things like that to be able to have their unit in somebody else's backyard for example it just should be spelled out so that no one can can claim. I had no idea it wasn't supposed to do that or i had no idea was supposed to. You know pay by the fifth or you know. I was laid by the fifteenth. And it's really honestly it's common sense but when people were moving into somebody else's backyard like with an ada you. It's not going to be a situation where you're thinking. Clearly it's going to be desperation mostly in with kovin and the pandemic and all the victims that will be happening throughout the united states. People aren't going to have a whole lot of to prepare for that coexistence in somebody's backyard or in a tiny house. Bill leaguge whether it's public or private so that's when you really need is and sometimes good just to have a buddy with you if it's you who's emotionally having to give up your home to move to somebody's backyard in a small unit. Have a buddy with you to to be able to help you. Listen and pay attention to the details because that's when you miss a lot when you're emotionally invested in the situation and you have to get out and move in someplace else. It's just hard hard to hold on to all the detail. Yeah yeah. I can imagine where i. I can't imagine how stressful it would be to. You know be evicted. Be looking for a new place to live and then also need to actually take the time to read the lease and like actually scrutinize it. When you're in a situation where you're kind of in in real need of housing.
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"Be a stupid co video. Wow s 8 48. Let's go to the phones here, Joe and Baltimore. Good morning, Joe. Good morning, Shun. And good morning, Bruce A bunny. Say that with this. Oh, a C place. Think of the fact that the mail in ballots are going to be delivered to that location. And guess what? I'm sure they're going to be sure that they get to the right person. So that they could be voted properly. You know, if you if you re if you actually go and see the whole video that James O'Keefe has a project Veritas, there's another place called the M S House. In Atlanta. Same problem except the guy that was running. It gets a call from one of his employees and any any rushes over there, and he finds stacks. Thousands of mail in ballots and the employees is you better get these out of here. On. This is just this just happened in the last week. Yeah. So this is still going on in Georgia. Thank you. Camp Rapids Burger sterling at all, And they are they've been nailed dead to rights here, then these air just two of the ones that we've caught. Imagine how how rampant this is how massive this is not just in Georgia, but in other jurisdictions. Yes, The other thing is, is that what But if you just play that little segment that you played, it sounds very reasonable that these people need I d. But on the other hand, they don't need to have his as a voting address because otherwise, every voting at you know they convey their votes can be stolen from them without them even being aware Well, it's also against Georgia law. Norgle. You have to actually live there. Now The homeless person lives there. That's a different story, but they don't because they use an address as a front. What the law I mean way. Just want these people to have good things. So there's the wisdom Yes, pure like you, Joe Appreciate it's a 49. When I tell you about a good friends and your coverage done. Did you know my recent Medical excursion through several different facilities. You realize it's important that you have great insurance, not just good insurance, but you also need great engine and it's expensive today. And he was self employed. Unemployed..