17 Burst results for "Once J"

"once j" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"once j" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"So from the high that we saw last week, which was actually sit on the 8th of July, we've come off about 9 and a half percent from there. The daily trend is on an uptrend. It is by no means a good uptrend. It is by no means a confident uptrend, but the daily has a higher low and a higher high. What I'd like to see from here is we can tap that 20,000 again or not even get there. I'd like to see us move higher and take out last week's high just to give that change a little bit more oomph and a little bit more poise to give us some hope that we move higher. But for the time being, it's not hope that I'm working with. It is trends and we don't have too many really good trends out there on the lower time frames. I did a scan for FTX on YouTube earlier today and there you go and have a look at that and try to cover YouTube page. If you like it, give it a like, that would be great. And yeah, there wasn't a great deal in there that was capturing my attention. Certainly some momentum to the downside, but not with not with the sort of simplicity that I'm really sort of looking for. So there you have it. Not much happening right now. And I hope you will wear you as I said, Bitcoin to 20,478 down 1.75%. Ethereum last week, well, last week it also closed up 8.8%. So a little bit more than Bitcoin, but again, we have not really seen a great deal of movement above $1000 for quite some time. We're currently down 1.62% at $1148 50, and it looks a little bit tied. XRP is at 32 cents down 1.39% today. Yesterday down 5.5%. And in fact, closing only 1.3% up on a week where many of the top ten did close a lot stronger. So XRP still looking very, very weak. Dots down 1% today at 6.78. It's lost a lot of momentum. I mean, it's really shaping up from my money to be moving lower and setting new lows within this move. We do have support roughly around $6 50. If we can break down through that, we might just start to see the legs fall off of dot and see further lows, but as I said, down 1% right now. Doge is down 2% today. After being off last week, 3%. Last week, doge was also only just after .14 of a percent. I didn't mention dot, which was also on the up .12. So both got and doge, not performing very well last week at all. Don't do that 6.5 cents. On a bonnet, it's up 7% last week down 1.3% today. And yesterday also down 3.5%. It is in the daily uptrend. Looking fairly similar to Bitcoin. It's a $231 and 30 9 cents as I speak to you in this moment. Cardano, next unless it's 45 cents down 2% today.

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"once j" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"once j" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Great joy that we are working once again with FTX and you will get to see on the YouTube channel and on Facebook. So please like share and subscribe that you will see scans of the FTX perpetual contracts throughout each week as well as watch lists. So this is brought to you by FTX, have a great bloody day. The trader Cobb crypto show, talking business in blockchain. Get high ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the trader called crypto podcast. Back in Sydney and it's freezing. And a nice little stay up in nusa. Got a lot done too actually. Got some great trades. Yeah, it was a pretty good run. It was a day I think it might have been Wednesday or Thursday. 8th and Solana long. There's a few others in the mix as well. And yeah. And they look not massive profits, but they'll profits.

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"once j" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Once a run in with the cops didn't result in a ticket or a fine for Keira. And whatever that felt like for her overwhelming relieving confusing was immediately wiped away by another cop telling care of that, because she was staying in a room that was under Adam's name. She had to leave. On a very cold night in North Dakota. With nowhere to go. Then I remembered her. Remember when you Lysenko Wendy was the trafficking victim that Cara had read about in the car. She lived in North Dakota, the same state. The Cara was in and I got on the computer. In the lobby and I asked used the hotel phone and I called her. After that, everything changed. Starting with basics. Wendy found Cara a bed to sleep in close to where food to eat and a job bartending so she can make a bit of cash. Adam pled guilty to domestic abuse spent a short time in jail. Later they charged him with promoting prostitution, and Cara says she could have testified against him in court. But she feared for her safety. And so she didn't The case was eventually dismissed. No one from his gang ever bothered her again. And as soon as she saved up enough money carry drove back home to Florida. It was 2015. Yeah. So this is the part of the story where I explained the law that Congress enacted what they wanted it to do. And when. In fact it ended up doing especially to Kara. Most people call this lost sister Foster sister is short for Stop enabling Sex Trafficking Act. And its goal was to stop sex trafficking. By focusing on something really specific. The law would go after sex ads on the Internet. Like the kinds of ads, Cara's traffickers posted. The lawmakers figured, get rid of all the ads and you'll cut off a whole part of this market. Victims of trafficking had already tried to go after back page and sites like it for facilitating sex trafficking and prostitution, even while Carol was still being trafficked, But most of those efforts failed because of something called section 2 30. Section 2 30 basically says online platforms like Facebook, Twitter Reddit Craigslist anywhere Users post to leave comments. The companies that operate those platforms they're generally not responsible for what users say. So if someone posts something defamatory or something that results in harm, like if an exchange on a dating app leads to harassment in real life, the social media platforms can't be sued. Congress established this back in the early days of the Web in the mid nineties. It's a provision of the Communications Decency Act. By 2018 celebrities like Amy Schumer and Seth Meyers. We're doing anti trafficking P Esa's calling for a change to section 2 30..

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"once j" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Today, Explained

"As unifying the country again bedding down brexit and then dealing with the the the aftermath the problems associated with it because deep down he believes fundamentally. The britain lost itself confidence during the brexit process. And before that on his optimism. Bonomi and Just general confidence in life. His ability to just stunned there and any supporters view Have the confidence to say whatever he wants and in his detractors view just you know help their confidence to lie. He sees that in in a way the country has to be more like he wants to turn the country into version of him and it sounds like he might be around for a very long time kind of like a that. You're or even a tony. Blair he thinks that. I think one of my interviews. I pushed him on this big project. And i and i said this to him and he kind of nodded and And then he came back to it at the end of the interview and he said you know one thing you're right about. You're right that this is a long project it'll take a long time Pushed him. And i said well how long and then he sort of he pulled back even want to give me the headline of you know. Boris says arm around for ten years. Or whatever. But i think fundamentally that's what he thinks he thinks that he's going to be around For a while you know. He certainly has his eyes on the next election..

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"once j" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"In. Greg's up record story. With the fact that i had my trusty baked beans on toast for breakfast than around lunchtime i went into gregson was gonna get myself a nice vegan sausage row swaying in the queue. And this woman like came up behind me and was like well up in myspace. Trying to look at the luca's aids and trying and decide which flavor of luca's h. e. wanted in which pastiche she needed of this stuff. And for god's sake it says on the floor stand hair and stand. Teamsters in front of this. Person's team is behind. She just wasn't paying attention. My beans were brune away and they let one rip this smell sti- permeating from trousers. I smelt it three my mask and you know when you smell your own fox and the eli all usually when i smell my own fox. I don't know what it is like whether it's something in my body chemistry but usually like i i can. I don't wanna say joy because that sounds wrong but you equality check is what you're doing. Yeah of course its own fox. You can kind of take them in and they don't smell that bad to you compared to how they smoked while the people but this will make god it was strong it was toxic. The people around me just dispelled. It was incredible. So if anybody's worried about people social distancing around them just have beans for breakfast because it is the key your fuel for the day protection for the day absolutely. I was walking through the shopping centre with just a cloud of space and gas around me. That just meant that navy came nemi. It was fantastic at one not day so it couldn't have been that it was definitely the trump's where you go you hit it fast listens. You'll go to coach protection. Do wear masks. Well there's not going to give you complete protection. This is certainly not actually layer or extra field. That you need an emmy. If you all wearing a mosque maybe put some light. Lavender royal or something in it just so that you can't smell my thoughts because that will protect you as well. Las anti lockdown march in manchester again. Oh great did you. I.

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"People have been very ready to volunteer to test. This and so the vaccine has gone through much quicker than it would usually because they've had the is gone through all of the same tests. There's no doubt that this vaccine is safe otherwise they wouldn't be giving it to everybody. You're not going to grow three is you're not gonna lose a toe or your children are not gonna grow up speaking cantonese unless born in that part of china than stay the fuck maxine this people that dedicate their lives to certain things and they are more intelligent than you on certain things than prime example of it. Sometimes you shaft go except that this is beyond your scope and knowledge and your understanding and go. Maybe they got this home right. Maybe if you put billions of pounds or something. Maybe they know what they're doing potentially potentially maybe yeah just a little bit. I mean obviously recorded that episode. Like i said at the start before lockdown to had happened. Now we're well and truly out of lockdown to. We are back in the madness of christmas shopping and getting ready for that. Have you been out joe. If you've seen the madness of the high streets in the last few weeks person. I've not seen in person. Them pre kind of glad really. I've seen a lot pitches. I've seen linden scene shopping centers. i've certainly heard of shopping. Centers have been absolute mayhem. I mean i've been in shopping centers. I've seen it first. Hand is absolute carnage. Wouldn't even recognize as we've just come out of a lockdown as tons of people there and it is quite scary I've come up with a new tactic for making people say she'll distance around me and it's proved pretty successful. This fantastic listeners. By the way this is revolution. Yeah i discovered it today was.

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"It didn't for may even thought he thought it was. You know there were times. When i was terrified i would. My life would now be dominated by this. This thing where i was convinced. Socio wrong couldn't leave the house. I went to hospital and ambulance twice because of a panic attack. Which i genuinely believe was i'm hostile. And that's i've never told anybody that before. So they got us something. I'm and it was just absolute fair fucking of diet and at that moment no matter what anybody to me about listen you're okay you know your your heart rate's okay you know it blood precious fine. It didn't matter. Because i was my brain was telling me that is necessary if the end panicked panic Horrible and there's no way out of this world close in on ya and dead pass and you find a wife hopefully somehow to find a way out of it and you know everybody's got different coping mechanism average a different route to take and sometimes it's a relatively short journey to find the things that can fix you. Occasionally things one step at a time all is a longer journey. Why you constantly fight it. And i'll be honest recently. A plane lockdown. And i'm not. I'm felt about failing for a long time appointed lockdown. Why i'm waiting emotional. I think everybody went through june. The course of the of the of the how tobacco of of being locked at home but faculty creeping up on me. I felt that people call it the black dog or whatever you want to call it. I don't i don't want to give it a name really just for few days i feel it coming back. And it was so weird. He was like it was like a physical entity. Tangible thing that was going you start to feel. I feel it again and i really really struggled with it and i was and it wasn't the feeling that bother me. It was the fair that he's going to come back. You know it was. Yeah it was the worry that was gonna have to face everyday and so my sympathy my empathy for anybody struggles with any mental health issue is enormous and i will never ever stop trying to be done. He can really help people any more than just being that someone who cares. I always well because it's just. The worst thing is such an eye for a long time in life. I was fairly dismissive of some elements of anxiety mental health. I'm excited about it. And i'm not. I'm not proud of that. You know. I i i was almost the kind of yeah you need to police off together might now or no. I know what it feels like. You know. I'm ashamed as ever said those words but i've always felt come on. Come on some young gag reps. But now i know how it feels to have the will collapse it on you and just not know what to do to stop it. I remember sign time. Why feeling what is making this out. There's gotta be something a messin doing wrong and not just made it worse so my advice to myself is it will pass you know with with work and to my advice to anybody is less than as there is always hope that that clue you out because you will eventually where another you'll find your way and it's not forever. Yeah put little pieces together. Thus the vice. I've always had and used in my own line. Put little pieces together. Some point it will start to come together and you're not gonna know when it's not a black and white stop yeah nothing. Today's effects in east a day by day. And you might that forty and two steps back a lot of times but he stopped as the one step forward the remember you made that one step forward because the two steps back you can always go forward again. You know i. It's it's like learning anything. Yeah sometimes sometimes you have a good dyson die but you just keep going forward than you have to just keep trying to keep going forward even if it's hard because ultimately as long as you push forward eventual you'll make some movement and it's a dot com is kind of kind of said the physical way which way it felt that to me. So that's how. I actually stopped by stocking chart tiny baby steps better than knowledge. All.

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"Who how people being hoodwinked into this and so christ almighty this deep was renting maniac. Do not get me onto brexit. Seriously i took on a whole other. Yeah yeah we'll do. What's on but yeah i think. I think it's difficult people to be happy now. Joan in truth we coming through time with with covid anything where we don. How how. that's going to change how that's gonna win or if there's an exit plan because it just so much conflicted information and send it to you wear mustang. Wear a mask. Can you go out go out. Can you can you. Can you go to football. Whatever it might be that people just don't know and so it's no wonder that people are doing to the measure. I understand why not because i. I've been so kind of avidly watching what's going on. And i don't understand some of the rules. I generally can't tell you what some of them all because it so so counter intuitive in some ways changing so frequently as well yeah yeah. It's bound to affect people because you know you lockdown which is unprecedented. You know lots of where we all the time but it will let him through a time of such a painful in the world yeah a worldwide thing that happinesses now one thing i think to make happiness and you've got to make the most of what you have because we gentlemen we're gonna get the rest of your back if it's all. I've got a a bit of a light hearted question. I thought of when you were talking about the horrendous social media in the vitriol that people espoused in put on each other to do with politics and stuff like that. I just wanted whether i could ask you a little bit about right. My plate ceramic plates is a stage of facebook where people put pictures of the clinton re concoctions ever started as being real what he moved into sort of parody in the sense people put the shit like meals. I could people are slaughtered them with with increasingly vitriolic off. It's time but he i i. I became coal forever. Was i was done with the kids. Once i was i was in bad. I think that first operation. And so i just so spent my dyson slaughtering people's food in what i considered to be fairly amusing wise. I didn't call me crazy. A postal deadlock five or six thousand likes and people who are work with people you know sending me patients of food saint gone slagging off. It's kinda weird when somebody worked for where you money is gone like this food getting. Yeah you don't want to do. This isn't gonna reflect it jumped. The shark shot phrase run. Yeah joe jim sharpe means joint from. I don't rise with people say now. Jump the shark going too far. It's generally shawket from happy days with the funds. Happy seven in happy feet for some reason. Water film by the way. Wow nice cream be nice. Film penguins anything. Well obviously so now. I watch regular but anyway. So does it. Episode where the funds on seth boat and over a shock and so that forever became the point where dot series. Jump the shark. So you here. You mentioned about pushbikes buying this stuff to youtube anyway. I'm there was a point where i eight. Just stop being funny because people would start slagging off stuff this same bullshit of anyway. One day i was sidelined and thought dot looks terrible. Us logged off on is slow today. I remember what it was a. It was like a pie of the thing is it wasn't right my plate someone's actual lunch and i didn't realize a somebody. I knew. I just actually actually told that that lunch salutes a ribbons and it was like it was horrible. I was like saying you know. I've seen bad things called mechat saw and you know something about when these phone samaritans and it was just somebody on. Yeah he wasn't. I apologize instead of a message saying list. I'm real anybody deleted after that. My word got to finish off jay. You spoke about one of the most intense limited space is probably really talks about intensive pass journey. If you have five minutes with just so in that time will what what would you say to j. And that time i think that it's the same that same thing site to off friends who are struggling various reasons on the same thing that i i try to ratio on the worst thing is is that when talking to other people whether you know historically in this prophecies a that you have to be somebody can lesson because no advice to anybody at that point the best thing to lesson because he tried proffered opinion always comes down to cheer up buron. Don't worry i'm on. That's not what anxiety or depression as you know. It's it's it's it's real and tangible never ever for me might be bipolar whether it be schizophrenia. Every whether it be generally pressure to disorder all those different things things is it's real and his very real in that moment and nothing you can say to. Anybody is going to make that go away. 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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"You always been using. The muslim electra. A long time an amazingly old hospitals closed three days after after their surgery. So i had no no fizzy ever and not led to a series of amusing incident. While mayb in world war. There was a guy called. Douglas bonte who was a had likes dot c. While i was walking light for quite a long time because i could move. My legs was lock. Every every time i stood up and too much cough muscle twice just because muscle muscles went used to to work him so recovery was quite a lot harder and of course i was working from home throughout all that period and it was radio at stand up and after work like got no need for quite a long time so great luck for their and it was only. When i came back to work i was walking off. So the slowly but surely starts got full mobility now condense and everything is crazy. It's been a weird experience on. I'm older than you and i. I remember in the eighties when they used to have. Its is the nuclear warning saying on tv and say when the when the attacks sounds you and your family must take cover. That was kind of scary. But i never thought stainless to some somebody else actually that. I never thought that we'd be in a situation where we're wearing masks. And i'm you know there's all these all these measures in place to protect us from the pandemic and it's likely from from a science fiction movie re really as things. Break things to be in that through. Recovery payers kinda weird. 'cause i was kinda disassociated from it so whereas it was in fact temper i was locked down anyway. But he's strange world. We're living in the my sons. I'm always willing to subscribe to the altern. Colitis thing that we're living in an old senate's online could be buried possible. Donald trump's presidency. Now how is how is that happened. Nagy presence estates to my injecting disinfectant. I mean what what is going on. Then boris johnson is a prominent. I mean it's like which one step from role. Mcdonald's you know what you just don't know what's going on in the world and he say all these things in advance of blm which is long overdue that movement and topic being forced into into the mainstream. But i think we'll changing so rapidly that we live in crates ottawa. I've got a question to get this wrecks in a minute. But yeah he says yes. He's been strange couple of years. You mentioned how drink collider anyway go weightless but he doesn't know why no respect you top secret trust. We compress on in our. Don't have eyeballs. Not just hurt my brain valuables were ordered. I have instead fixed is. That's why the heads turn true. So there is no actual bulls that correct. What kind of shape. They were auto. No i'm just. I'm just acted one charging that an uncle them both somebody has i. I wasn't in world war subaru. Sure you got probably because they don't have toll instead that is a shaped like choose. Held rigidly in place by bones cooled. Laura is easy that says golden. Let's go to mike. Drug j. have say j. Obviously you know this. Podcast is co ltd. podcasts wounds out limited space. Which is do you know what i mean by. Leonardo space vaguely describe it to me. Lebanon spaces like being on a threshold. So it's being in between the ages of life. Yes apple waiting rooms. A classic examples of limited space. Because you not on holiday home Wait a guy this experience that you've been through the lockdown the experience with your health and your mama's being eliminated space for you i. He said he felt like yourself again. But i guess it would be fair to say the things have changed in the got some neat perspectives on life and views. Wanna maybe just go into a bit more detail on things that have changed for you and if there are people that are going through similar situations you may be some advice. Though some bits that you could offer up so that why will question. Yes i go well for just not just not a yeah okay so yes a might might. Mice dential view has changed a gas in the sense that i wouldn't choose to believe in the live fast. Die young mantra definitely. I wanted to show lights on. Who had long ship sailed the dying young. What's what it's taught me is that you don't have to constantly seek adventure sales because there's a contentment means a lot to quote the famous phrase gashing cleaning the outages. The pursuit of happiness is the most important thing not no. I'm beijing material. Gains what matters is the people that you careful people that you love and the time the memories that you create with them you know. I have a lot of regrets. relationship members. Incredible regret anything other than a wish. That been more of it much. Promise me live forever. And we promise chevy broach and so you know rockefeller given fellaga. Wisconsin sat on the sidelines. Remember saying it but you know. I won't eat again you. You'd say both very capable guys. You know you got a lot of talent but.

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"Be it kind of blessing and a curse row because you see amazing sights being jay. Smith's i was letting in everybody down last ridiculous because you talk about mental health and vulnerability and h embarrassing. I'm not proud. Of the fact. That i i was determined to try and hide this because of south what yeah. I'm kind of now. I think almost. I would say if we talk about that period. I mean that is a physical mental battle like not many people will facing that life nor should they have to face it yet. Because that's so hard will. What do you even do you with day today because boastings a flaring up. I mean you'll mental state in time. Obviously you're at the lowest you probably fell as a person who's felt so so high that kind of power must have really weighed on your heads so much. Chenille d'amato self-analysis you were probably doing. Not time was probably so intense. Yes and see much. So because i've always known the answer is something needs doing affects it and i think a conflict or i'll i'll find somebody who can and with this. There was no answers to anything you know. I didn't know how long i was going to be in this painful for a moment and it's it really hard one dodd but dodd which is ten years ago. That was just like that and we didn't come in so there was no warning and that that was almost easier because it just happened but with they told you it was going to happen and just went on for months and months. The worst thing about that was weirdly for someone who so who believes their own intellectual horsepower. A lot i. I was ridiculous. Any slightest positive. Ray of light that i saw be like she going to be fine. She's not she's not going to be. Okay you gotta realize that. And i was like listen. I know what i'm saying. Then wade lay the two days before my mom passed away. She she was fine and she genuinely was fine. She was over sudden. Choose for vice useful life. She was laughing and joking. And i wrote muster and said but she's fine. She's got she's incredible. It's a miracle. And i'm not particularly someone who believes in miracles. It turns out that happens quite a lot when people are going to going to die. And i didn't know that and so that was kind of a mom's last rally an felt kinda elated for about two hours and then rather stupid when things went downhill but econo- look for anything in my own problems didn't matter that point but yeah so it was. It was really hard. And say. Because i've never dealt with anything that was before it was difficult for me to say right. It was going from. Everything's fine life's great. No problems at all over sudden everything went relevant for me personally. And the person that the Malign yeah i bet it was a great difficult time but i guess in some ways the lessons he learned during that time and the experiences that you went through particularly talking about your health situation in the the hip replacement. Now that you've come through that. I guess you must feel like you've come at something. Yeah you you're right. I mean speaking on I felt quite humiliation for longtime by the condition. You know one thing. I didn't want to be was walking with a stick and i'm working with the coach and needing help to do stuff you know. Can you go and do this for me was. I'm not that person really but not because of how three definitely not. I expect it but it puts speaking on. You know it was really difficult. And i think that i feel kind of empowered by the fact that i'm now walking Able to move freely. And what's way because the lockdown thing the for this kind of new normal of you both twenty eight days later longtime ago. Yes yes right right so you know the start one in murphy's and kill him if he's in the hospital and he comes out and it comes down to london wearing the gallon deserted. That's what was like for me. I came out. the hospital. came also in lockdown came out with hospital by hospital manchester just empty. There was no straight. And i wasn't wearing a gateway but i'm not time anyway something though i was wearing something but it became really difficult because power. I wasn't i wasn't wearing surprised me and i was looking face. Go just took lies like it was just normal but what was to may which kinda strange replaces of quebec thing you know and i i. It was performed by robot widely. It was a human that control. Would it wasn't just like because see three pl or anything but speech was he called the medical troy golden infrastructure pod bay. Something being nine. Maybe a hater. Nobody star wars. Jack i do. I already done solos. Math class ridiculous star trek as well. That's even more ridiculous. Captain kirk all the white. That's what i wanted to be a way to begin naming but yeah yeah absolutely callaway but anyway robot fitted a hip replacement and the recovery. Quite quick but you need physio and you always been using. The muslim electra. A long time an amazingly old hospitals closed three days after after their surgery..

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"Because. I'm not getting any money from it. It means nothing to me if you listen to it. You have to pay for the past. And you'd be amazed at speaking honestly. When i was growing up. I used to spend on my pocket when your music and i go to record shop and be really excited. 'cause you invested like seven in this album and you go read the lyrics and because album a cost you money. Remember the human league's hysteria album. I listen to the bush. listen to it was rubbish. I was so disappointed in it. But i made myself like hits by listening than saying your coffee. Seven quit and this cap lesson to listen to it and less regional eric's and you start because it was an investment you bought and it was material you wanted to you. It meant something. It was any collection and nowadays kids can just get afraid or whether it be streaming music no intrinsic value anymore. It's all a no material value to to to the to the regime. I understand why things change the music. Business model hasn't changed with it so he's become really difficult for for autism particular neurotics joe now. I'm looking in the sense that i could probably release something now. I'm probably settled probably ten thousand albums. Maybe if i did it may be a domino. That's probably but maybe could've done wants me if you buy two but the talent don't do you. Don't you start about on. But the truth of the nippon start. The inquiry can make from spotty. Fine apple music tidal and those kinds of things is so limited that labels don't invest in artists and so he just changed the whole business model so cut long story short. I make a decision. But i wanted to just flog myself to death. Soren which do love all did. I want to get a proper job in inverted commas and the proper job went out and that's and that's why our matt. Yeah but you still doing music and you still cage still like to music. They'll do it. I've still got the eyebrows. Talk some of the highlights because this is. How young are you at the time. When this kind of booms. So i took too long to get started really i. I was frightened. I'm gonna be completely honest with that. Told you do this when you asked me to do it on some i always believe in so like candle rather than i'm going to give you a press version. I wanted to be a pop star from about twelve to the point where griffin mom nights mims roommates pretended that we were making music and we play people besides of like bands and site was. I went who ended up playing live in someone's house. We just mimed to these songs and every time anybody don instead i'm going to second isn't a big audio dynamite. Bayside we just go join the band. Anyway it's all went on a huge record collection which is still actually and i would choose the songs depending on who. I was too so so. We have this mighty following the goals on the estate. That i lived in. Who believe that. We these incredible singles but it was whoever always into that week. I i wasn't even consistence so what. We be big audio. John and mark the next week. It'd be like nitsa rab this like really hard industrial thing. Then two weeks later be say. Oh yeah i like to mix up abets anyway. We played it. We played in people's mind to these instruments. We got instruments that we need the drums. It may just call borders electric drunk and painted it white slow semons cat. It would have been easy to just buy one we could we were. We were buying things for wet from bay stock placed to build this fictitious. We remind me to stop at our member gets. I was thinking why. Why these believing this anyway. One of that dad's owned a nightclub. You can see where this he says. He's his daughter played. This song was just talking to go. My breathing by gary numan. An was the most overproduced. Incredible are bec- electric song. We clearly regarding human voice and they were supposedly coming from this thirteen year old kids anyway dot said you ought to play live at my club everybody else all the other ones other. Lots of ood moviegoing. All the games off and i was like going is it. Can we get away with that. But we we did and i was out of it. Because i suspect you'd have been found out in front of an audience. A real people who it would make. It would understand this. She music coming from proper popstars not liked six thirteen year. Old lives Thing is i. I got the picture sometimes. I i was dressed like somewhat proto. Duran gironde thing and it was just ridiculous not shuki my cheeks photographs but then of course fifteen years later is actually doing it for real but yeah so that the wailing of all the girls who were into it still mentioned facebook. Yeah oh jim but when when you boundaries co white noise and they still mention it and that's how ridiculous my life was even then you had a performative kind of nature from a very young age you wanted to the center of what makes you say that joseph make you sound like. I'm a lot of that. And now so so i was frightened doing it for real because i always thought if a tried and filed it would it would drew him a drainage and so i waited about i i was. I was doing stuff with cover bands and stuff toes about thirty. I'll check it so light. Line real career at was in recruitment for ten years since then one night the details of which will need to. I will need to solve pricey for this conversation. I decided i was going to train ride on and it was a song called access tonight. I it was so good that our room and moment five o'clock in the morning a wo- corrupt sat. I'll play this on the phone. And then she was like it was on. I said that's a it's me no way then. A guy like house. And i came up and said common lessons that he was delighted as you can imagine. I'm unemployed late anyway. Everyone's going..

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"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"once j" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"I can't see you. Yeah and you see how many shoes. I can't see how you have at least fifteen in plain sight that i'm sure that is probably the highlight of the that that roe the nc that there is another sex. Those jesus christ do you. J. seventeen full over is ridiculous. I'm imelda marcos. Do either of you know who is democracy. The wife of the president of the philippines and she famously had the world's biggest collection of shoes. I'm while the people were struggling with poverty. Say sure you money on shoes. Some of wife's in the similar situations i. She's she's she's the philippines and demarcus. Geology himmy welcome to the cost a great introduction. How you doing today jay. I'm great thank you. we started. No yes yeah. Yeah we'll right. Yes hello site. I for the listeners. That don't know you do you own. Jared j. t. one issue fell. Yeah modems j. smith. I'm a bit larger than life. Various reasons some good some bats. An i know you to from our equity mainly i have something of a legend legendary pastore reputation wherever you want to call it against some of could solve it bad and i've lived something of a colorful life. Jay is what i'm in your email address. Does what deviant come from gothic rock star. So china has ally may delay vaguely music. I made eleven. I wasn't like traveling ferrari or anything like that. I would be like a record sale. Two thousand full and i kinda shoe that would be like a selection supermodels at the dole an- and a ferrari porsche and the drive within six months known of ever happened very. Yeah the one married obviously but yes absolutely but the the the is that it was the best job in the world for for a long time. You not total of the world a plight most continents amazing time doing it but all good things come to an end await still signed to record label. It was still still white third album which i haven't done anything for like five years. They still message me every now and again and say. When's this gonna be ready on. I'll just say yeah. Yeah yeah soon. Becoming a music industry changed dramatically. I'm a bit older than you. I know it's hard to believe from looking at me. But a couple of years exile just a couple of years for a longtime say dis with the thing and people would say days on t shirts on the rest of it while utah and that was great and he got advance from the record label and so forth but over time with the advent of streaming on particularly foul sharon in the like two thousand sixteen thousand seven air rage. Not stroll saw so sake was the worst one on on. I'll tell you about salsa you found that agitation cycles in terms of income and so you would have to toll relentless lights might not work and life changes and you can't. You can't just can't do it. you know. We did a forty tight tour of america and there was like three days often that soul and it was amazing is an experience to go to sort of light on rouge louisiana on have like these people knowing your sons is incredible but the end of the soul lecture broke even because obviously in the bandini paint pilots not under. It was an amazing experience. It was just a way to make eleven and for the rest of my life possibly could and you've got to be realistic at some point so i still occasionally shows. I did one last year. A comeback show sold out in two. I say that it was a funny. The hold one hundred hundred people. But i just sold out and so many say it sounds great so it wasn't wembley arena but never mentioned the capacity. Obviously you know you have to say there. You have to describe it in certain manners him. Yeah donald trump. Yeah exactly so yeah. That's how it got the name deviant so the boundaries. Go david david. Uk so what happened with it so yes a show secrets. Like a fault of pittsburgh file sharing thing kind of the precursor herenton gas on. I in used to play everywhere you know because i loved it so much and also it was my job so if i got off of the show in middlesbrough on a on a tuesday night we will take it and sometimes it was great. It was terrible. I'm bob. I was determined to make it work so i told everybody anyway. This one show played in stockton on tees which was in the northeast and after the show. This came up to me and said i'm got the new album. How great you said you had of so sake. Oh thanks why would you tell me that. Just say you've got it and he said why don't you think i paid for it and i said 'cause 'cause he's my ought respect and i want you work and you can just said. Just take a cost stereo on. And he said he is not the same thing. That's an absolute with this same thing. Anyway this guy wrote me a letter. Latter an actual letter went appear. Po box and you having this. Let's tell me how he's never going to listen to music again. Because of our arrogance was extracts people.

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"once j" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"once j" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"So as you know, , Latino rebels is part of Food Doodo Media, which , is the nonprofit independent media company founded by Marina Hosa, , and if you've been following what Matia has been sharing the last couple of weeks, , she has a new book. . It's called once I was you it to memoir and I've seen Muddy A- work on the book talk about the book worry about the book. . Love, , the book hate the book. . To seeing her the whole creative process. . and. . Now, the , book is out and everyone loves the book and she's been on every other podcast. . Since we worked together I I said, , you need to be back on Latino rebels radio. . Not. . Only because. . You know we work at full Doodo media. . OR WE CO host an in the thick podcast. . But. . Because we're friends and we're family so. . Here's money a wholesale on Latino rebels radio talking about. . Book. . Once I. . was you. . Maria. . This is the fifth fourth or fifth time I've had you on some form of Latino rebels whether it's radio or streaming. So. . . You're quickly becoming quickly becoming enough Latino rebel. . He knew I knew I. Knew . About Latino rebels before I knew about you know crazy. . No but listen I, , know it's been. . It's been such a historic week for you. . With the book launch, , and then you're on Lulu Garcia now audio and we're doing it in the thick, , and then the Lou Garcia now laterals interview shows up on Latino USA and you're doing all this promotion. . AT OPRAH DOT COM YEAH OPRAH DOT com, , and then you got these amazing reviews and and it's I'm an you know you're like. . It's crazy what's happening but I wanted to just have a conversation you and I with no like the book will come out of this conversation but I'm not going to be like Maria tell me about your book you know what I mean. . Like I, , want I want us to be like just you and me. . TO GIVE PEOPLE SORT OF A. . I don't know like a feel of what we do behind the scenes a little bit I mean there's a little bit of crazy that has to happen when you're like I'm in a launch, , my own company or I'm GonNa Launch, , you know something like letting rebels and I'm just going to do it and I'm Elliot died. . So there's a of you know. . For one way or another for one reason or another jumping off a cliff and just being like but we got this in one and so I feel like food thorough and Latino rebels and everything that you know in the fake and everything that has come as a result is really because we have nothing to lose Indian this you know that we had. . People are like what am I ain't got none your so it's like I. . Mean I have a lot but I'm just saying like A. . doodle I didn't have. . My own company and I was like. . How scary was that house like we've talked about this but how scary was that moment for you because you talk about it in the book but you. . Know I talk about it in the book because there's it's a very important moment because what you gotta get the book to really get all the juicy details but they. . Don't reveal too much. . Basically I'm told by a very important network show. . That that I should like, , take a hike <hes> and comeback. . When some of the white guys had died and I was an I get into the subway and I'm crying Hulu I'm crying in the subway I'm alone I think that there's a real understanding of you know. . We are psychic psychically and in many ways tied to our family but we're also very deeply existential. . Alone I'm sorry. . I go there. . You know it's just like we stomas Finale Quintas sister solo or <unk> in says, , I got home I called my sister and I said Britain. . I said, , I cannot go on unemployment. . I've never gone on unemployment and I don't have a job. . And very immigrant t very Mexican. . The I was like I can't. . I cannot tell my father that I went on unemployment and so people. . Who See your brightness your star, , your shot they see it from afar. . You have a hard time seeing it yourself. . You know this often happens to us and people had said why don't you do your own thing deepa Sunday that you're of our board was like do your own thing I was like this look what are you talking about? ? What my own thing and at that point you know somebody else had said I'll help you and so then I just said. All . right. . Well, , let's do this and we had no assurance. . We had no funding. . We had nothing we drew up some paperwork. . and. . You start it in your in your in your apartment in my apartment. . In Harley, , actually I ended up I. . my first office was exactly in the area of the apartment where I ended up finishing writing the book because we had to rearrange the apartment. . You know we live in New York we don't. . We don't have like a huge apartment so. . GotTa move some things are actually the altar had to be moved the friend had. . And the kids were still I mean, , your kids were still kids I. . Mean I know they're older now but you're talking we're talking ten years ago. . Yeah yeah, , Yeah Yeah they earn motherhood you were in the well, , you know we'll. . Yes. . Although I think that's an ongoing conversation honestly, , and the book is in inspiring these conversations in my own family, , right? which ? is so where was mom? ? Where was she was she here where she present? ? Did she feel present? ? Did she give us what we need? ? So those are ongoing conversations especially because right now while I'm getting a lot of attention for the book this time also when I have to be giving attention to my family, , there's always that balance and I think that's part of what the message of the book is. Is . a psycho Saddiqi. . Oh, , you have it all you can have many things, , but you're going to have to work at them and it's going to mean sacrifice and risk anyway to answer your question will you he was a very scary time I was so scared, , I had no idea what to expect. .

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"once j" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"once j" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

"We have a meeting that will be setting soon with networking. I'm not right now and involved. Different citizen members and this will continue to increase by my goal with this board is that it will help with the following but not limited to build expand and promote communication between the buildings police department and the public these community feedback to inform police department. Policies and practices develop a more diverse lease force develop and recommend alternative approaches to mental health. Prices develop and recommend effective civilian oversight structures leave you instruct review and strengthen police department use of force policies established recommended standards and reporting police use of deadly force development recommend cultural training programs develop and recommend domestic violence response. Training programs developing recommend trauma informed response training programs a culture of support relationship between the public. And the billings. Police department develop and recommend programs of trauma informed. Care for members of the billings. Police department extremes emotional or mental health challenges and more is my intent with this initiative that it also develops a board that is diverse and representation at is black indigenous people of color and include people with disabilities so that's all stereo so black indigenous people of color. That's all one person by bach. You haven't my pocket a guy names by by so there's a thing coming on the pipeline for an initiative coming up here in the future. Seems like an okay idea to me. Seems like a good step in the right direction. Whether for wishing or not we'll at least foster discussion a fruitful discussion rather than sure. Hey i want to give up my six hundred dollars so we can pay for half a cop so pointless garbage gesture their gestures that hold more weight than other sped up. There you go. That is inflammation city. Budget billings montana. It happens every fucking year. We devote at least six months. Five to six months of discussion on each department's budget and micromanage it into the ground to where you have a i. Don't you know about six months time for actually coming up with ideas and figuring out what the hell we wanna do need to do. It seems like an at aronie. Waste time figure out like a two year budget or something to where you can have an entire year of watching it run neath changes where you need to make them but just not making departments go through this every single year. Seems like it would be a good good start to the whole process. I'm guessing micromanage down to the point where you're discussing six hundred dollar council pay one time deferments to take care of a four million dollar deficit yup and making sure that people can't take home or out of the city limits. It's like at least twenty three bucks. Doubt i mean yeah times by to you. Got damn near three hundred forty million dollars. It's math smith so your city is gonna shut down. Your poodles aren't gonna shut down your this year. You can't get season passes because of the did but by god we've got a budget better. Nothing so that's happening. So this next week is Discussion about the safety. Milwaukee warning on that is what council members responsibilities are kind of foggy there with promoting something if you're a city employees especially if on the ballot. So that'll be discussed at this next meeting. That's interesting i've often wondered. So if you're you're wondering watch this week's meeting there wasn't one this week because it was the fifth monday june. So perk counsel law tradition. They don't hold the meeting. Because split to accessions and two regular sessions factoid. Ever wanted one council tradition. Do you vote. that's it. i think gutter knock down. We we've caught up from three weeks of that. And i opened makes it somewhat clear as mud but i think the audio will help and go pretty package email dot com patriot dot com slash robocop level number for buck twelve bucks a year. I mean we could give up our salary like how to two cents.

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"once j" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"once j" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

"Don't go to say it's like forty thousand dollars. That's a lot of gas solves some focus for going up. You're talking dump trucks not going to happen. We're talking fires not not on my watch. Firetrucks ain't going past that say the hose can go past the limit. Maybe sure if it's not the truck itself though hand the exactly by a county vehicle it can pick it up at the city limit line so those those are franks ideas and making sure that i'm guessing department level heads can't drive their vehicles home at night. Know that's gonna add like forty thousand times that by thirteen you got. I don't know three hundred million dollars helps problem. Solve under fee also means police cars too. 'cause like a lot of cops well they don't have enough storage at the barn for every cop car lot or parking for everybody when they get to work but a lot of cops will drive their cop car home and park it in their neighborhood. And it's i mean arguably but i think it's probably a pretty effective deterrent way to just make cops like a part of the community. Oh you know what i mean. What would you want to do that. I don't know never mind. They should all be on mark of being stupid right now. So i believe it's Onto the regular to meetings where the budget discussion. I know this is all fucking over the place but It's hard to play catch up and make a concise council members earn notorious here in town of Making motions of substitute motions and substitutes to the substitute motions and it gets really confusing. And no one knows what's going on including is trying to keep track of what the fuck is going on. Oh my god is that the worst job in billion skits got the i imagine. What are those call. One of the storage they. Yeah someone up front so they can read back what people are saying or just some sort of robot. i don't know like like telemedicine about the wonders the council chambers. This spits back what they've been saying mentioned having to read back. Franks state be bop. bop jazz. Four aero works not found but administrator goski expresses his displeasure with having to figure out what the council members will never seen. A group makes so many mode substitute motions and subsequent motions. Which frankly i think frustrate each other in confused the public whatever you choose to do my advice to us just straightforward make amendments to the budget. Vote them down or vote them off in in. This feels a little bit four. And i think this four frustrates the public. Because they don't understand what's going on at at the end of it gets even better off. I recognized gaspar. Brown still need a little bit more by seymour. Clarification there were schwartz board of fuck. Can we all do the. But i'm just gonna let that go talk over at jesus. So they're trying to figure out what the budget looks like boarded or of in question before and this is councilmember niece. I don't understand exactly. He cites a certain thing in the city council charter that i'll just try to let the city attorney. Explain it because there's no way i can. But he makes this motion before they approve the city budget. And it's this weird or not arcane but just weird in the weeds kind of motion to. I don't know exactly. It's fucking frustrating. What it is. I man. let's do. This does consist multiple distinct propositions and budgets every budget stance on your enterprise funds. Separate enterprise zones. You have separate departmental. It is not all one budget considering under consideration more than one proposition. So i hereby request. That'd be separated. Turney parliamentarian brent brooks. Can you help us here. Your honor a my interpretation is the same as yours talks about the question under consideration as opposed to the various departments or divisions that are included within the city's budget. The operative word me in your own rule is if they question as one or more or multiple parts if i am just one piece. Is we look at the clock. So this is casper. Earn council member. This is the city of minister cole. Ski mania coming in hot saying oh by the way during this meeting we have to have at the public safety mill. Levy foul language. We had to have that prove which is also on this agenda. Which is the regular session. June twenty second. We have to have this language approved. Just get on the ballot because if we approve the budget with the assumption that a public safety mill levy is going to be approved. And we don't get the public safety mill levy to bow language approved screwed in a whole bunch of trouble so they're approaching midnight on this meeting. They haven't gotten to that agenda number yet. They haven't approved the ballot language. Which spoiler alerts they all ultimately did but they hadn't added at that point and he was getting worried. Yeah that they weren't going to get to that point where they'd approve it. And he decided to interject. They're going to get to the strike of midnight. We need to get the second reading of the public safety to done today. Literally the election is on the day. We've confirmed this three different times. Elections office is on the day as minimum is statue. So i need you at some point tonight before midnight to satisfy despite the discussion in deal with the second reading. We're going to get on midnight. You could you could tell the i had concerns substitute motions improve the enterprise so is so through that entire thing. The question if you if you understand great because i still don't. I've listened to like three times. I still don't completely understand. He want from my like vega understanding. I think he wanted to pull out every single individual department and just approve them one by one app. Really which at the time as watching it best when i came to. And it's like well. Didn't you have a presentation by every single using different department individually. Got up and said bob this this this and this hasn't that already been done and if you're paying attention and then you had some concerns about it. You would make a note by that certain budget and call it out and ask the question rather than biggie. every single department get up again and Approve their budget individually. Got it was. It was mind blowing so he moves onto just calling on specific funds as in the Proposed in the final budget and we will give the enterprise starts with enterprise motion and to argue motion with win simply notices not anything in the general fund and deserve second council member. You won't make second comment. I don't even think he knows what it secondhand andy helped me out of yorkers enterprise on a very specific you know kind of technical accounting term technical account come on. His budget are not being adopted with on is i think it's a lot more than just the general fund. I guess everyone to resume house tres. Eller says financier exhibit broken down by funds. I i would counsel nieces. Motion to include wastewater water parking solid-waste airport in transit. I don't under- enterprise. Funds on age to of the exhibit resolution officially entered the movie inception in the dream within the dream or okay and i believe i'll have to long pregnant pause just to highlight this lake. They approve the budget with the assumption that the public safety milwaukee would be passed which is not a safe assumption which is not a safe assumption. They did get around to approving about language public safety meal every two. Okay good spoiler that happened. I don't want you to be here all day. And the actual breakdown of the budget itself. I thought he recorded a snippet of what it was kendra summary i. Yeah oh she gets to. Yeah that's what i've been just kinda glancing at this whole time. Basically the budget three points. She said okay to keep everything operating this year including all the major park. Amenities council voted forward. This tripod number one. Seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar cuts to police fire in parks and number two one million dollar increase to pd one. This will show up in your taxes as an increase in cessna. Park district one at pencils out to an increase of about thirteen. Seventy seven for the average household number three seven hundred thousand from reserves. So that's basically how they made it work for one more year. There you go and she wanted to bring it up to. She made a motion to bring it up to like one point seven during the meeting at some point. yeah And i got voted down. Because she just didn't wanna use fixed it yes. She didn't want us reserves And it would've made a twenty dollars. May the visualization of balanced budget. If you will in running Had an initiative at the end of the meeting about senator around public safety which is kind of on the forefront of people's minds in one of her tuition sponsoring to it so initiative a proposal for a council initiative or a citizens. Police advisory board. And i've listened the details in the just sent you filled out the form so you'll get the form that's been filled out and just so the public not in for those of you that have access to your email right now. Typically i would have handed this to each us. You you sat at the tables but this is something i've been working on for a while and have reached out to saint john and ken rogulski near coal and heaven linden south..

"once j" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"once j" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

"Harden citizens can't continue in. My opinion bounced budget using saving. That was my statement. Thank you very much. It's a one time deal you promise. Oh what a liar. Everybody in billings fucking knew about it. You had no idea. He had no idea what they were talking about. They didn't even know there was a parks board meeting at at at a certain time i just make him a horribly inappropriate city council member then a little bit city council members should know i. They should know all the secrets before. Sure i get it. But then i don't i don't i don't recommend that's the way you think how little input which you want the city to have i mean the seems like the perfect time to do it. Would you want it to happen during that meeting and turn it into a twelve hour meeting. If he be paying attention. I mean this is sort of drop that three point. Five million dollars cut during a meeting that people are struggling to get through to begin with four hours into a meeting. Yeah and by the way it's interesting. Yeah the they discussed all this stuff at this meeting made all these decisions and motions. How they what they want to see not in the budget that they were gonna prove the next meeting And they didn't have comment until about fifteen minutes to eleven at night during a zoom meeting. Jesus the fact that anybody was able to hold on that long as a miracle in itself how many comments were there. there was a few. There's like four or five to say. Yeah i mean that's a good way to keep the people quiet source that one. I don't know if this was on the work session. But this was ya way. Council member yankovitch. Those uninformed is known as ya in my mind. He made a motion during a work session. I believe this was that city council. Pay should be on the board and if you're if you're curious about what city council members get paid. Just go back and listen to this episode to episode to know in my binder of secrets. Don't let fucking mike boy at find out that you have that mike. I have a calendar to with when boards meat and stuff bombarded by texans. So it's six hundred council members a month per month every single month. And i believe it's eight hundred bucks a month for the mayor. They did pass an ordinance earlier last year that he's going to bump up their pay but they're going to wait until all council members who were elected get off and then that will bump up twelve hundred for the mayor and then the hundred for council members but these are the hard numbers. They're coming up with. It's like this is the solution to a former million dollar deficit to pay council members. Little to nothing at all. It's just more of an argument like well. We should just abolish little fucking thing and haven't run like a city county commission and filled with people who know what the fucker they're doing. That's that's my interpretation. But this this motion and the ensuing discussion. Afterwards i guess well i would entertain the motion that council we give up. July's wage or one buck the richest guy in the group food. Thank you appreciate that. And i guess i'll count edwards just because we don't have emotion on the director level salaries component. So we can deal with this one. We can come back to that. They're all kind of related councilmember. Boy you had a second on that and your motion a second city council number one month. Is that what you said so so one month got eleven members. Times said i got ten. What's six hundred for ten of them so we have six thousand plus the mayor. Sixteen hundred bucks. Yeah so there you go one month taken care of sixty eight hundred bucks nights. I don't know he can take everybody out to lunch. What what exactly is going to get in there and talk about having that motion on the table now council member. Sean accounts moronic. I really have to speak up about the pay issue in. i understand. I understand where councils coming from. But i also have to be really honest that i can't even pay for childcare. What we cramping. I'm doing this harshly. My family is losing money so no. It's not a ton of money but we're creating this idea that it's okay to not gay our council members or not pay our directors and. I think that's a really dangerous message to send to buildings. I also just honestly as i look at the council. There's a reason why. Our age demographic is skewed higher and yes. I'm getting a little bit upset about this. Because this is an issue that Is really very central to me when i talked to people about getting involved. Rangpur city council. They're all saying we have kids. How do we pay for this. It's just not possible to do so. I will not be supporting those. Not because i make a ton of money and you know feel like i need the six hundred dollars because the principle of it is very important to me and i need to see these wages. Increase haven't increased in twenty two years so that we can start getting more diversity onto the thing. I thought about making the substitute of all to be above their wages for months combat. Do let the people go. Let them keep it. Maybe we should just keep your salary. Fuck you want to just it. Back for fuck sake okay just to clarify. I assume that emotion official city council action would not be necessary for me to do that. If that could be getting in solving customer.

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