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Cryptocurrency Has Raised Environmental Concerns  Local Governments Are Stepping In

Environment: NPR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Cryptocurrency Has Raised Environmental Concerns Local Governments Are Stepping In

"It was big news when he lawn. Mosque said tesla would accept bitcoin as payment for cars but just a few days later he abandoned the policy citing the rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels to run the computers. The general bitcoin similar concerns have us jurisdictions now writing. New rules for so called crypto. Minors meghan my scott ski reports. This video shows the space that bitcoin mining company called block used to occupy in a former plywood mill. Just outside of missoula montana jason von. The former site manager says entering. The building was almost like stepping into a giant erector set and most of its steel and metal. There's just like hundreds of thousands of little blinking light. Someone those lights were on racks and racks of computers. They used to generate the crypto currency. Bitcoin by solving complicated mathematical problems that requires intense amounts of computational power and electricity and hyper wlac grew rapidly to become one of the largest bitcoin mining operations in north america concerns about how much energy it used. Drew the attention of missoula's county commissioners these say at its peak. The data center used as much energy as about a third of all households in the county. They started crafting. New regulations missoula counties sustainability program manager. Diana mineta we thought quite a lot about this not wanting to prohibit this industry in the county but wanting to figure out. How do we make this compatible with. The county is values in the county schools. 'specially the goals related to climate. Change the new. Rules require crypto currency companies to develop or by renewable energy equal to the amount they use jason bond with hyper block says the rules along with a pandemic dip in. Bitcoin value drove his company to bankruptcy. Just as it was preparing to expand its operations by three times

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Sales Is Just Helping People Get What They Want

Shareable

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Sales Is Just Helping People Get What They Want

"Today. Unshareable kate lacy is a business strategist mindset mentor and sales yogi. I'm talking to her from all the way across the pond. She's in australia. Welcome to sharable today kate. Hey jeff today are nice money from around the well where are you. Listeners may all around the world. I'm guessing year we have people. Listen to sharable from literally all over. I've looked at our analytics and like we have people that are tuning in from like Countries in northern africa from some people in all over asia got some listeners in singapore so like i mean the majority of the listeners are in the us probably second only to canada. And then i think actually our third largest audience isn't australia if i'm not mistaken so that works. Yes everybody out. Been listening all right. So let's talk a little bit about you know some of your backgrounds. Many things you've done today. We're going to talk mostly about sales. A lot of the ins and outs of. I knew you're really big on giving people value driven tips ways to be better at sales. A lot of your career was launched in the wake of helping people better understand sales. So i want to talk about a couple parts of your early career because i think it sets nice context for getting into getting into the work that you're currently doing so part of your background and correct me if i'm wrong but really really early in your career. Actually you were a top. Recruitment consultant australia correct. So like you were working in the world of recruiting. So that's actually a really interesting way to start off getting into sales just because you're selling the idea of working for a particular company you in many cases kind of cold call people and have these develop warmth initially. Can you talk a little bit about how you dropped into that. And maybe some of the early things you learn from that and how it it it may brought you to this place that you are now saw. I saw i. I keep failing into it when a just to take it back at a step i really want to wait for these hair. Care company like these really kinda cool funding you. What i called up based site manager and basically got myself an interview and sat in front of him and he said. Get all your soy. Your real dog I love you with got reps in every single part of the company right now majority have room floor. But would you mind if i pass on your data files to one of my best buddies. Who are no nate. someone so i said yes. I ended up in

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Governor Baker responds to ‘Disturbing Reports' of People Seeking to Use Seniors for COVID Vaccine in Massachusetts

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Governor Baker responds to ‘Disturbing Reports' of People Seeking to Use Seniors for COVID Vaccine in Massachusetts

"People accompanying seniors to mass vaccination sites also get a shot leads to a flurry of online advertisements offering rides to seniors at today's coronavirus. Briefing, Governor Charlie Baker reacted to the chaos and Danvers that a vaccine side yesterday after hundreds of people showed up without appointments. Hoping to get the vaccine. Governor Baker's message was clear. If you are not eligible to be vaccinated, who do not have an appointment? Don't show up in a vaccination site, hoping to get a shot. Baker also Addressing reports that strangers are preying on seniors online and elsewhere, offering to drive them to a vaccination appointment so they can get a shot. Don't take cause or offers from people. You don't know well or trust and never share your personal information. With anyone If you're contacted by somebody soliciting to take you to a site Please report it to the authorities. Baker urged vaccination site managers to do a better job of managing their supply of the vaccine. So shots are not wasted in East Boston. Mike Macklin

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"site manager" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"site manager" Discussed on 600 WREC

"She's a good girl. Loves your mama. Does cheese. I'm gonna call this segment a mop up segments. Because there's two things I goofed on. Just got an email. Yeah. They said. Hey, You never told me what they did wrong. At the clinic in Philadelphia. You're right. She already knew the end of the story. I forgot that I didn't share it with you. Let me continue with the article. The lack of know how lead to disaster. It started last week. When one source reported that Filly Fighting Cove it That's a nonprofit organization. Religion on its commitment. Hosting coronavirus testing clinics. And some of Philadelphia's predominantly Latino and black neighborhoods. Syria, Rivera. Hold the outlet. That the group had canceled on her. Several times. But she still hoped That the last date they gave would be kept. People lined up to wait for tests. Yet 30 minutes before testing was supposed to start. Rivera received an email. From Philly Fighting Cove. It Their site manager said that since the city asked the company to set up a mass vaccination clinic this week. They couldn't continue testing. When she pleaded with them to reconsider since so many residents needed testing while also lacking health insurance. She received no response. Two days earlier. Direction, apparently announced on social media that it would no longer run its testing pop ups. Even though just weeks earlier He said he would be adding additional testing sites. Erosion allegedly gave no real notice. So the community's relying On the testing sites. Problems for Philly fighting covet on Lee went downhill from there. The company bungled it. Sign up form. Accidentally accepting more appointments than it could keep. Leading to dozens of seniors being turned away. Even though they had valid appointment confirmations. Katrina Lipinski, a 29 year old registered nurse practitioner who had volunteered with the company to administer vaccines. Told The Philadelphia Inquirer. She wasn't even asked for her credentials..

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"site manager" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"site manager" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"From this woman's health group. She had a job doing covert testing. Now. I'm not sure why you're calling. But I'm gonna listen to you, because if you were fired normally, people can fire you for any reason they want except Were specific reasons against the law. Now, A lot of people believe things are against the law that aren't for example. They don't like you. That's good. I mean, that's not good. I mean, that's a good reason for them. They can fire you. If they say they don't get along with people. They can fire you. They didn't fire you for almost any reason. So what can we do to help you? I mean, I'm sorry You lost your job. Well, okay, so pretty much what? I'm just trying to get out there that they assume that she became fight manager of it was a very hostile environment. My co worker, and I both complained about her. My co worker wrote a letter and then she put my name and they're referring that I feel the same way And then both of us came down with Cove. It Okay, But you're not. You're not alleging they force they made get Kobe, right? No, no, no, They didn't make us. No. Absolutely not. I mean, we work out a testing site to happen. Okay. So what did you okay, So you came down with Cove in She's not a nice person that and she fired you. She the second that I became negative. So I had to quarantine, of course, stay home. And the second that I became negative. I sent her my test results within 30 seconds. She called me back and fired me. Okay? She fired me based on it was much nicer without you around. The coal, Um so stay gone. And there's also mean that sucks, but she's allowed to do it. Right. She is allowed to do it. Um, And but it's not. And she's going to do the same thing to my co worker too, as well. That wrote the letter. So what I feel like is this retaliation against the letter, Which is what letter the letter you sent to who? So my co workers sent an email complaining about the site manager. She put my name in there, referring to I felt the same way and I had already complained about okay. So do you know that's okay too? It's okay for her to say you know what? I don't like the letter you wrote about me. So I'm firing you. That's okay too. Did you know that retaliation against the letter? Okay. Yes, it is. Yeah, I know. No one called Co You know, I'm not telling you. I think it's okay. You hear what I'm saying? I'm not saying that. I think it's okay. I'm telling you that you don't have any kind of a case. I don't think um, you know. Ah, Lot of people confuse this thing called unjust. Termination. There is no, really There's no such thing. Really. I mean, there isn't I mean, there is when it comes to being black or certain religion or a disability. But they can. Did you think she wasn't allowed to fire you? I didn't think that she had that power. No. Here's where Here's where you can use it. If you go for unemployment Usually if you were fired, you should be able to get unemployment unless they say you were fired for cause that's where you fight this. Where that the reason Okay? That's the on Lee. Good. It, does you It doesn't get your job back. It just helps you get It just helps you get unemployment. Right. So are you going to get unemployment? Yes, I filed good this week. Good. Listen to Cole. I'm not saying that they're good people or what they did was good. I'm saying what they did was probably not illegal. That's what I'm saying. Have you talked to an attorney about it? Yes, I talked to three. Okay. And what did they say? Honestly, What did they say? They said the same thing. They said I have a case since Pentecost. Thousands of dollars. Okay. First of all, they lied to you because they didn't want to hurt your feelings. You don't Nicole, Really? You don't have a case. Where did they say you had a case? You see, I wish attorneys had the balls to just say what they really You know the truth and what they should have said to you was you know what, Nicole? You don't really have a case. Why would they send you packing like that Say, telling you because if they thought you had a case and there was some damage is there they would take the case. So just that's gotta be your guide again. I'm not. You know, I don't like Listen, I rage against the machine every day. I don't like what's going on in this world. I don't like it. I don't like unfairness of any kind. I really don't Nicole. I don't And you know what? I really sympathize with how pissed off you are, and I would be too. You even said toe Dan that I guess you had. You had cocked him that they were falsifying reports. Yes. There. She she told me to falsify patient information. So that they could get paid the maximum from the insurance company. Why would the insurance pay more under certain circumstances? That's that's news. You have to. Um, Okay, so there's different levels of care. So if you have you have to have at least three vital signs in order to get that level of three the maxim out, So what they have them doing is they are self reporting their heightened her weight. That's two vital signs and then we when they get on site are supposed to take their temperatures. Well, just for some odd reason they didn't get the temperatures. There was an entire day of what we saw over 200 people. They coded differently than cold. What? You're talking about his coding. If they do just a covert tests that you drive through, there's a there's a certain level of reimbursement. But if they do the checking of vitals, you're right. It's it's an office visit. So you're right. You're right and they were falsifying it, making it look like they did more care than they really did. Exactly. Well, you should report that viral you that now that that's wrong, That's wrong. And you're saying the woman's health group did that You ought to report them to insurance companies. I'm serious because that that's wrong. It doesn't have anything to do with you being fired, but it's wrong. We got Mork.

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"site manager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"site manager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"So you decide if I'm financial going to move into some investing in real estate, and I got to go houses or am I gonna go apartments? Right. Um, I got to go small apartments and I'm going to be the asset manager and have an on site manager. Or am I going to go toe large apartments and have a management company manage the apartment complex, along with staff to make those decisions. I'll give an example. When I was looking for a house, So why would you go from a 5000 square foot house with two people to a 16,000 square foot house with two people? In fact, I think my daughter's with me then so was three people. Those ridiculous concept. Why did we go all the way up to 16,000 Square feet? Well, because it had a 20 car garage, the reality wass that I did need extra living space. What I need Waas, a 20 car garage. I had a train set up that I wanted to build. I had multiple cars I wanted in vehicles and sporting equipment. Plus, I used the other garages for dance halls and entertainment parties. I had to go large enough to make it worth it now. Everything had to change. When I went larger, nothing could be the same one and 5000 square foot home. I did my own pool. I did my own yard. You know, I had three car garage and you know, I had my tools stuff than a little Closet Somewhere. And now, boom, everything's completely different. We've got landscaping crews, pond, cruise pool, cruise tree, trimming people specially tree trimming you go on and on and on. We got specialist for everything, because there's no way I can take care of this thing, but in return I have space to be able to spread out all this stuff I need in my life and hold 303 150 person parties on a regular basis. So it gave me what I needed. If I would have just gone to 8000 square feet with a four car, five car garage, I would not have been able to do what we do with this home. Right. So you've got to make the decisions. What is important and identify the size change necessary. Effective. Rightsizing is one of the most important things. So when I go out here and look at this landscaping go how much of this am I going to change? Right. How many changes do I make? What's important, what will make a difference? What will not make a difference, right? With my offices, and this was one of the most interesting stories. In fact, it's so interesting I might have to cover when we come back. But We had made a major decision that we were going to grow, so we almost signed up for a bunch of space extra space in our offices. But interestingly enough when.

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"site manager" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"site manager" Discussed on WTVN

"You could go and get a Free cove in 19 tests next week at a testing site set up at the Ohio Expo Center in the State Fair, Celeste, Center site manager say that people are getting tested for a variety of reasons. Now that there's so much more accessible, some of those reasons being one they have signs or symptoms of covert 19. Or if a jobs requiring requiring it or they want to go see a loved one or possibly getting ready to travel. ABC 60 Sierra Lucas this weekend a testing site will be set up at the ST Charles Preparatory School in Bexley. That testing site opens at 9 A.m. tomorrow. Belmont University in Nashville. Tennessee, is preparing to host the final presidential debate of this season. The Nashville health director is ensuring proper health and safety protocols will be taken for the upcoming Debate. The debate will hey, held on October 22nd with NBC News. Kristen Welker as the moderator, A near a record breaking number of Ohioans registered to vote this November. Secretary of State Frankly, Rose said this week. More than eight million people were signed up to vote as of Tuesday in Ohio, the last time voter registration hit this level, he said, was in 2008. Attorney General Dave Yost said this week his office as well as a group of county prosecutors are working to tighten up the requirements needed for when no knock warrants are issued to depose to police departments during investigations. But Yos, too, says he wants to be clear He does not want to eliminate them. And the Browns Odell Beckham Jr has tested negative for Cove in 19. He left practice yesterday after becoming ill. He also skipped practice today is the NFL requires that He's too negative tests in 24 hours before a player can return to the field. And actor Tom Cruise and producer Jerry Bruckheimer are now honorary naval aviators. Thanks to the movie top Gun, The Navy says top gun made a profound impact on recruiting for naval aviation. Now, Bruckheimer and crews can wear the wings of gold, which grants them the same honors and privileges afforded to naval aviators. Top gun sequel is set to come out next year..

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"site manager" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Says her dating profile was taken down from bumble's website and she was banned she asks is being me exclusionary Austin based bumble says it was all a mistake the site manager just didn't believe it could really be the Sharon stone but it was it is now invited her to visit its headquarters for what it says will be personal profile assistance Dennis Martin KLIF news analyst words nobody should use again in twenty twenty is out Piper says the reason impeachment hearings can be blamed for the one of the top is the only one is not a quid pro quo Mr Giuliani's requests were a quid pro quo I want well top senior will list of words banished from the queen's English for misuse so for use in general uselessness it comes from Lake Superior state university and that's where merry McMahon teaches English and is on the committee that collects the words one that a lot of people are tired of hearing about the words and phrases include literally saying I mean and influencer a common word found on Instagram I'm Pat Piper coming up Linda can Yanni in Washington will bring us up to date on the continuing battle over the president's impeachment trial even though nobody in Congress is in Washington right now the fight goes on it's a thirty five let's check traffic on the five and with that here's bill Jackson is sponsored by mattress firm in fort worth the life thirty west under Oakland Boulevard looks like activity with the collision that is of being moved over to the left shoulder and day in Dallas on I. thirty westbound approaching silver and it looks like some delays so there could be stole or an accident they're closing that it's the year end sale with mattress firm through Tuesday save up to six hundred dollars when you get a king mattress for the price of the queen or queen for the price of a twin plus get a free adjustable bass with your four ninety nine purchase with KLIF traffic on the fives I'm twenty staples mostly cloudy and cool force here today is we start out the new year a few showers possible best chance will be east of the metroplex upper fifties to the south breeze cloudy tonight slight chance of showers near fifty cloudy and milder tomorrow again a few showers possible but again the best chance will be east of the metroplex mid sixties tomorrow afternoon becoming partly cloudy Friday cooler mid fifties over the weekend mix of clouds and sun sixty sixty five Saturday and Sunday for KLIF news which is can weather channel right now it's forty one degrees in McKinney forty four in Richardson and forty five at quicken loans are seventeen thousand team.

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"site manager" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Was more about the matter Christmas open house cool yeah got history it was gonna major history so what time tomorrow four o'clock but we advise people to come by to to get the best parking all right so to come to this site manager to go through manager to the other side would you suggest park in the middle the card in the middle is there parking in the know if you come and you can't find parking there is free parking at the ballpark and that's on the opposite side of Matt no it's not it's on the north side yeah on this and yes on our side the parade starts by the mine shaft yeah it starts at us for some back road on the back road or or background back road is the back road okay the front row opera house road and then there's back out the background opera house road is where the opera house used to be okay and then there's background and background with fourteen called fourteen Arbor day main streets main street I think it was easy to use the call Front Street I've always known as main street but technically we have to call in highway fourteen we'll call mainstreet yet mainstreet in back road that's correct they were like we're all learning together well that's that's the way to be all right so come early get there by two the parade learn new can come earlier Kurland Harley I have lunch at the mine shaft actually but you're also doing something a calliope where in in in in on main street is calliope calliope is on the north end of town decide next to weasel in fits okay and we're starting at three o'clock we have a fire in the courtyard all right about ten of our fifteen New Mexico artists will be on hand to meet people nice show there are answer questions okay people find gifts you represent about fifteen aren't we represent about nineteen or twenty artists okay but fifteen or from New Mexico okay and and about ten I'll be there tomorrow yeah which is always nice I I went to the to light the way foundation artist a van and it looks on the last weekend I think and it was so nice to have all the RTC could sit down and look at a piece and say you know what is this stone.

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"site manager" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm ready okay chilly start outside yeah let's not say Giuliana Couto is the site manager for the telescope we are merged from a warm control room into the chilly air outside it's winter in the southern hemisphere but today is a balmy forty degrees but you don't come up here every day we come here usually from Monday through Saturday the outcome a desert is covered with red soil and rocks stretching far into the distance we can be martyrs it's definitely an unique place on earth across a small compound from the control room are two boxy structures about thirty feet high that house the actual telescopes their radio telescopes and they can study this guy even during the day kudos calling Dennis valley positions a lift so we can climb into one of the structures so here we are we decide the class that was cold it's a bit cramped in here mostly it's dominated by large disks that make up the telescope's mirrors that squeaking is the cryogenic upon the chills the detectors here we can see where the the lights comes in right Mary your secondary nearer than ours you very yeah the data collected here are sent first to the base station class maintains in the town of San Pedro about a forty five minute drive down the mountain that number one science goal of class is to detect evidence for these quantum gravitational waves Toby marriages an astronomer at Johns Hopkins University and one of the principal scientists on class theory say quantum gravitational waves were generated as the universe blinked into being finding them is key to explaining why the universe expanded the way it has.

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"site manager" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm ready okay Shelly start outside yeah let's not say Giuliana Couto is the site manager for the telescope we are merged from a warm control room into the chilly air outside it's winter in the southern hemisphere but today is a balmy forty degrees what you don't come up here every day how we come here usually for Monday through Saturday the outcome of desert is covered with red soil and rocks stretching far into the distance we can be martyrs it's definitely an unique place on earth across a small compound from the control room are two boxy structures about thirty feet high that house the actual telescopes their radio telescopes and they can study this guy even during the day kudos calling Dennis valley positions a lift so we can climb into one of the structures so here we are we decide the class that was cold it's a bit cramped in here mostly it's dominated by large disks that make up the telescope's mirrors that squeaking is the cryogenic upon the chills the detectors here we can see where the delights comes in primary your secondary near an hour reciever yeah the data collected here are sent first to the base station class maintains in the town of San Pedro about a forty five minute drive down the mountain that number one science goal of class is to detect evidence for these quantum gravitational waves Toby marriages an astronomer at Johns Hopkins University and one of the principal scientists on class theory say quantum gravitational waves were generated as the universe blinked into being finding them is key to explaining why the universe expanded the way it.

Giuliana Couto site manager San Pedro Johns Hopkins University Shelly Dennis valley principal forty five minute forty degrees thirty feet
"site manager" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Ready I'm ready okay Shelly start outside yeah let's not say Giuliana Couto is the site manager for the telescope we are merged from a warm control room into the chilly in air outside it's winter in the southern hemisphere but today is a balmy forty degrees what you don't come up here every day how we come here usually from Monday through Saturday the other common desert is covered with red soil and rocks stretching far into the distance we can be martyrs it's definitely an unique place on earth across a small compound from the control room are two boxy structures about thirty feet high that house the actual telescopes their radio telescopes and they can study this guy even during the day kudos calling Dennis valley positions a lift so we can climb into one of the structures so here we are we decide that class that was cold it's a bit cramped in here mostly it's dominated by large disks that make up the telescope's mirrors that squeaking is the cryogenic upon the chills the detectors here we can see where the delights comes in primary your secondary mirror and our receiver here the data collected here are sent first to the base station class maintains in the town of San Pedro about a forty five minute drive down the mountain that number one science goal of class is to detect evidence for these quantum gravitational waves Toby marriages an astronomer at Johns Hopkins University and one of the principal scientists on class theory say quantum gravitational waves were generated as the universe blinked into being finding them is key to explaining why the universe expanded the way it has.

Giuliana Couto site manager San Pedro Johns Hopkins University Shelly Dennis valley principal forty five minute forty degrees thirty feet
"site manager" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm ready okay chilly start outside yeah let's not set Giuliana Couto is the site manager for the telescope we are merged from a warm control room into the chilly air outside it's winter in the southern hemisphere but today is a balmy forty degrees what you don't come up here every day how we come here usually for Monday through Saturday the other common desert is covered with red soil and rocks stretching far into the distance we can't be on Mars it's definitely an unique place on earth across a small compound from the control room are two boxy structures about thirty feet high that house the actual telescopes their radio telescopes and they can study this guy even during the day kudos calling Dennis valley positions a lift so we can climb into one of the structures so here we are we inside the class that was cold it's a bit cramped in here mostly it's dominated by large disks that make up the telescope's mirrors that squeaking is the cryogenic upon the chills the detectors here we can see where the delights comes in primary your secondary nearer and our server yeah the data collected here are sent first to the base station class maintains in the town of San Pedro about a forty five minute drive down the mountain that number one science goal of class is to detect evidence for these quantum gravitational waves Toby marriages an astronomer at Johns Hopkins University and one of the principal scientists on class theory say quantum gravitational waves were generated as the universe blinked into being finding them is key to explaining why the universe expanded the way it.

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Minnesota Has An Opening For A Historian To Manage Iconic Lighthouse

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:55 min | 3 years ago

Minnesota Has An Opening For A Historian To Manage Iconic Lighthouse

"This message comes from NPR sponsor, Nevada State museums. The Nevada State railroad museum in Carson city is unveiling a new exhibit this spring in celebration of the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the transcontinental railroad, visit Nevada one fifty railroad dot com for more imagine a hundred and sixty thousand people dropping by your house every year that's been Lee Radic's life. The last three and a half decades looking after the iconic split rock lighthouse on lake superior's north shore Baratz is retiring and his job is back on the market. Minnesota public radio's you and care reports. On a fine day. Split rock is gorgeous, forty miles off the shore from Duluth the lighthouse is perched atop a one hundred sixty foot cliff the enormous lake superior sparkles below for lighthouse lovers. And apparently there are laws it uses romance. It's here Lee Renzo has answered the same questions again. And again, if my wife, and I are sitting on a front porch, you live your yes you live here year round. Yes. Oh, it must be lonely. And then you want to say well, look behind you. There's fifty people standing there. Listening to you in summer split rock tracks twenty five hundred visitors a day that are far fewer in winter. But they still come even when it's below zero and the storms blow so hard the spray coats, the buildings with ice Lee ransack is not the lighthouse keeper his title is historic site manager. And he's here to tell the lighthouses story. There's a lake. House goes it's kind of a Johnny come lately wasn't built until nineteen o nine. There was no road to split rock. Then a boat dropped off the keepers in the spring and pick them up in the fall. There are three families that lived here pretty much on their own other than some traffic on up and down the shore and five miles to the closest town for their mail. Ransack leads the way up the lighthouse stairs to the lamp room and the sites priced possession. This lens has been in here since nineteen ten to keepers listed with a kerosene lamp to warn ships away. From the rocky shore, the two hundred fifty to cut glass prisons in the lens focused the light into a seven foot beam visible for twenty two miles an on days when they couldn't see they sounded the Falk harms. Split rock had changed by nineteen Eighty-three when Lee ransack moved in it was still remote. But highway sixty one the one Bob Dylan famously revisited now passes just a few hundred yards away. The coast guard decommissioned the lighthouse in nineteen sixty nine Razzak arrived as a newly married man to manage the site for the Minnesota historical society. He and his wife thought they'd give it a few years, but then they had to children, and they stayed early on ransack oversaw, the building of the visitor center and learned about budgets and managing a summer. Staff of thirty Lee Red Sox last day is Friday, April twelve an interim will fill in for the summer. Minnesota historical society manager, Ben Leonard will lead the search for a replacement. This job is going to be probably the the hardest job to fill in the historical society. Because people think about the view, they don't think. About the emails are the reports or the HR issues because those aren't romantic Leonard's looking for a historian with the patients and skills to manage crowds. Harsh weather and deal with the occasional bear for NPR news. I'm Yun care at the split rock. Lighthouse in northern Minnesota.

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"site manager" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Thank you for all your suggestions on what Nancy Pelosi can do behind him tonight to make this in some way, cholera balloon animals, plus he has hit her highest rating ever CNN poll. More than a decade the poll released Monday found her February rating jumped eight points since December as the government shutdown dragged on this about the same amount that his numbers numbers went down. Oh well. Oh, this is good timing for the big wall speech agents discovered a giant tunnel right under where Trump wants to build his wall. Yes. So now, we'll we'll the human will. We be need to work. Will we need to work underground as well? And what would we be extra for that? I just I have some organizational questions the bury the wall underground taller. Yes. In Hidalgo, Texas. They've discovered a sixty foot tunnel. Getting rid of the tunnel will not be easy according to site manager there. It's hard for me to put a piece of equipment on the edge of a thirty foot sand cliff and reached down to collapse something without putting my own piece of equipment and my operators at risk. It's like some weird idea like, I don't know comprehensive immigration reform or some sort might be. I dunno more helpful in some way, he's like Wylie Coyote, and they are the roadrunner. Karen in Chicago. Hello, karen. Hi, good morning, everybody. Yes. Yeah. So here's the thing. We are not going to be involved in the human wall at all. If Trump wanted to human while perhaps he can recruit some out of work co workers and Floyd. Yeah. I think as I read the tweet care. He means maybe the military is going to be the human while or they will presumably use the bones of immigrant children that we have. I don't know that we just went super dark. We will build a human wall of going. Demand is all I'm saying children that we've stolen from their parents and don't have the time to bother to find them. Yes, I'm sorry. Go ahead. It's all disgusting. And it's like, I don't even know where to look anymore. You know? I mean, this is such such a disgrace. Yeah. The fact that the Republicans are absolutely not. But I think is fantastic that Mitch McConnell is going to need forced to do something. Yeah. That's why he's warned Trump not to do this national emergency. Because, you know, by the way, someone sent me a great tweet on that. There is not by the way, they never do anything because it's the right thing to do. Right. It's because they're going to get a find they're going to get bitch slapped both.

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"site manager" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"But yeah, I do feel like he wants to be there for the birth of his child that's going against what his dad did to it's weird for as much as he's trying to pour concrete and make this building. And. Help this woman with this pregnancy. It is kind of selfish to it's about him, and overcoming is up bringing from his father and what he went through. He's trying to correct all that it's doing something just for him to. Yeah. I do not believe that he's doing it because she made him feel bad. I don't buy that at all. And I don't even believe that he suggested abortion. That's never said in the plot. What said is you're mad that I chose to keep it. She asked if he was. Yes, he does not even respond to that. But that makes me think there were discussions about that in between this guy believe his answer would have always been. I will support whichever you choose. He's the site manager. He would not have an emotional reaction like that kinda disagree because he could have still been trying to save his family. I feel like this is the night that it all comes out. Again. I go back to the statement. I learned screenwriting class. The film is about the most important events of a person's life. This is the night. He's going to take accountability. I don't take it that he was this super. Honest. I never lied about anything I took responsibility for everything other than his buildings. I believe he was completely responsible for his buildings, but as far as marriage, obviously, he lied to his wife a little bit. He went and slept with somebody else. So this is the night that he is going to take it all on. But on the way here, I tried to save his ass. A couple of ways I don't get the sense that that is where the persecution is coming from the persecution is not coming from her. It is coming from the invisible man in the back seat. I think it's both from the conversations on the phone. But I think the reason he makes the decision is the person in the backseat, and we learn a little bit more about this father as it goes on about how he's dead and lock keeps going on about how if he could dig him back up and throw dirt in his face again. And how he came back. He was drunk and a drug abuser. He came back sober and tried to see if. That just made everything. Okay. Yeah. He thinks that the father apparently had this same kind of a piffle and either came too late or it wasn't sincere enough for the father tried to clean up his act and be a father to him at some point. And I've been characterizes it as even worse than when you weren't around at all is that something that he has a change of heart with at the end. I think it's implied that he could have. But yeah, this is a ban that's working through that. He wants to change the meaning of his name. You know, he says I straighten the name out. He knows why his dad ran away. And he knows that his name and his mind was shit. And this conclusion the climax of the film, we really see how much his name really is put to good use like when it comes to Donal name, dropping lock is how Donald is able to save this construction site because the guys too drunk to go get the people that can fix the rebar. But when you when he makes them go run, which is my favorite joke in the. The whole movie, but it makes them race. They're drunk to some site where some polish people the only people that can fix the problem using the name lock is what's going to get them to sign on. They call them the best man in England. And they're like, okay. We'll do it for lock. And I think time and time again, you hear people say that that here was a man that didn't think his name was worth anything. And it really has it affirmed by almost everyone, but his wife that lock is a pretty good guy after all and fuck Chicago. If they don't think so we see that again. Also when he talks to the congressman or whatever it is about the road closing who's having his Indian dinner..

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"site manager" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"And I think that adds to the tension because I'm waiting for something really horrible to be revealed from this character from Tom Hardy's here. Locked because he is so called like at one point this woman who's giving birth to his child is like I love you just say he's like, but I don't love you. So he's like Spock here. He is so cold in logical. Yeah. I mean, we can see from Hardee's performance is not that he's unfeeling. That's that. He is working very hard to be a site manager, you know, his job, and he's apparently paid very well because he's driving really nice car is to take on these big construction projects. He is supposed to be there in the morning for that construction site to oversee the most massive concrete. Pour that's ever occurred in England outside of a nuclear silo, or I think they mentioned something else. But it requires a mind that is not going to flip out when things go wrong to hold a job like that. And he's. Trying to do that with all things in his life. And the biggest compliment I could give this film is that it makes a concrete. Pour super interesting like anything s to do this concrete board. I'm absorbed by oh, no, they got five instead of say, I don't even know what that me. But I'm on the edge of my seat. Agreed. The fact that they're able to speak in that terminology that I have no idea what they're talking about. But they make me care about. It is impressive. You never see the concrete. You're never leaving the car. But man, they make it relatable. Yeah. It's eleven minutes before we even know who he's going towards we've had some indication. There are thirty five phone calls in this movie. And the first one is Beth in where she mentions doctors and nurses. We know that he's going to what we might even think is his wife who's having a medical procedure ninety minutes in traffic. But it will be eleven minutes before we know that he's going to deal with this child in between. We see that. He's. Making an incredibly transformative probably negative decision in his life with his work that he is going to get fired because he is not going to be there at the crucial point. And he's doling out responsibility to this Irishman named Donal who I don't think he's qualified for it. And he doesn't either. Yeah. To the point where tells doddle notch take a call from Gareth who I guess is in charge of the whole site. So they can't even stop Donald from doing what he's being told to do by lock the big question. I have I know the answer..

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"site manager" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I tell you bad news. No. There's a concept where was it? I remember it was contract first year contracts and law school, and I'm trying to remember the legal concept, and it's something alike, you signed eight you're screwed. Okay. There you go. All right, Michelle. Hi, michelle. Welcome to handle on the law. Hi, bill. My husband, and I moved out of a five bedroom. Four bath home in southern California. And stored are the contents of the home and a public storage unit. We paid four hundred dollars a month and went to our home in northern California to await the building of our new southern California home when we came back fourteen months later to retrieve are belonging with the movers. We discovered that cubicle have become rat. The rat had defecated on died on nested in our belongings. We are actual watt was around six thousand dollars a furniture that they chewed upholstered furniture. Okay. Besides the fact that there was so much rat. Okay. So it's it's fair to say that the the contents were destroyed, right? Not all of them. But a good portion enough of it where you can prove that here with the good news. Is you have the evidence? We got the on site manager. We took a lot of pictures of the evidence. Okay out describing that. Okay. So you have you have plenty of evidence says see what was destroying what wasn't destroyed. All right. And so did you make a claim? Well, we had purchased insurance. Up there. But but when we call the insurance company. We were told to read these small print, and it does not cover rodent damage. So we went back to the company itself. Instead, what are we going to do here? I sent pictures. Yeah. Pictures of the damage, damaged item and pictures of website. Okay. What was what was their response? Long story short. They're blowing this off. Okay. Well, there's your lawsuit. Right. And the the only issue here is going to be the value of the contents. That's it. And if it's furniture. That's yeah. It's it's it's an issue of proof. So you're going to be having to do some work. And now the good news. Hopefully for you is if the damage is limited under ten thousand dollars an easy one because that's small-claims if it's over ten thousand dollars. It's how much over ten thousand dollars. Because is it worth it to forget about two three thousand dollars and just get your ten if you can if it's a lot more than that. Then you have to decide is it worth getting an attorney, which it usually isn't for something like that. And then it depends on how small print that insurance policy is if it's tiny little print page number nine the insurance company. Also, okay, if it's right out there, then there you've been you've been told, and you just didn't pay attention to the policy. We're going after the company they told me nothing like this has ever happened. Oh, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. So what they accused us of storing food, which is ludicrous. Yeah. Well, I can prove that they're good. Let them prove it. Let them prove it. That's right. It's a short week. It can we get our ramp back that four hundred dollars a month. I would argue that. Okay. I would put that in his damages. Yeah. All right. How many rats because we have to do a formula of how much you paid per rat that age all of your stuff? Why? Okay. Well, see lots doesn't work legal. You have to.

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"site manager" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Now, I've got a couple of cases here about altercations with fast food establishments. And I love these stories because people go nuts for some reason. This is one local out of Lakewood don't know this Ohio. I'm sorry. That happened a couple of months ago. A man goes to a local Burger King and calls nine one one because he's driving through and he had a coupon. Buy one get one free. And the folks at the Burger King said wrong state. We don't recognize that here in Ohio. And he said, oh, yeah. I wanted us seventy three years old and he's trying to pay. They don't let him use. It. He starts screaming refuses to leave the drive through lane because I'm not moving until you give me back my coupons and he calls nine one one and emergency because they won't honor honor his coupon and instead of nailing him for calling nine one one frivolously. Of course, they don't charge him. And he gets back after doing that that always I have a borough about that. They don't charge people with calling nine one one frivolously, and I've done stories where nine one one was called because someone wanted a corn bread recipe. In the meantime, someone who's dying of a heart attack somewhere and can't get through. Because the nine one one operator saying, well, Marie calendar's has a pretty good corn bread recipe. I mean, it's crazy. Okay. So that's the Burger King story. Now, we have a McDonald's story local employee gets punched and choked by a woman upset over ketchup. She comes in. This woman goes through the drive through and says I want more catch up and then decides she goes and not enough. So she goes around parts of the car around the employee entrance goes and tries to grab ketchup the employees come up, so he can't be here. And of course instantly a fight ensues. And they just start punching this woman, and employees just are punching each other. Okay. So that's another one no arrests are still looking for her and a South Carolina. Mcdonald's employee was charged with assault. After attacking a female manager with crispy bacon last week. Now. I don't know if crispy bacon can be deemed a weapon. Well, certainly crispy bacon is more of a weapon than soft bacon. Is there edges, and you know, I I can see some kind of injury. But why are people so crazy at these fast food establishments? And I don't get it. I really don't. But you know, the law is the law, and so not the I think the takeaway here is the nine one one part. That's the part that just. Drills me where I just don't understand. Why it's not number one a crime to frivolously call nine one one. Oh, well, what what's frivolous? Well, let a jury determined that led a judge a Termine. What's frivolous star died or let the DA or city attorney probably make that determination. And then you don't like it. Go to court. Alright. Let's do it some phone calls. All right, Linda, we'll start with you. Hi, Linda, welcome to handle on the law. I had car accident and few men that I signed. No, why if you want to refute it why why did you sign it? I wasn't. I didn't know what I was doing. Were you represented by an attorney? No, all right. You did it on your own and how much did you settle for? What do you think you should have settled for I think six thousand? Yup. And what do you think you should have settled for? Morgan dad. Okay. How much more than that? Okay. Five thousand fourteen thousand. All right. So what what happened? You've got hit how badly how badly were you banged up. Shopping and medical expenses. How much how much medical expenses about five to six thousand? And they gave you six thousand they just cover your medical, and you accepted that. Yeah. Okay. Well, you signed it. You can argue that you didn't know what the hell you're talking about. And there was coercion. But it was an adjuster saying, we'll give you six thousand dollars negotiation that you said, yes. Yeah. Now, you can't get out of that. Oh, yeah. Bastard. When I tell you bad news now, there's a concept where was it? You remember it was a contract first year contracts and law school, and I'm trying to remember the legal concept, and it's something alike, you signed eight you're screwed. Okay. There you go. All right, Michelle. Hi, michelle. Welcome to handle on the law. Hi, bill. My husband, and I moved out of a five bedroom. Four bath home in southern California. And stored are the contents of the home and public storage unit. We paid four hundred dollars a month and went to our home in northern California to await the building of our new southern California home when we came back fourteen months later to retrieve our belongings with the movers, we discovered that. They have become rat infested. The rat had defecated on died on nested in our belongings. We are actual loss was around six thousand dollars a furniture that they chewed upholstered furniture. Okay. Besides the fact that there was so much rat. Okay. So it's it's fair to say that the did the contents were destroyed, right? Not all of them. But a good portion. Okay. Enough of it where you can prove that here where the good news is you have the evidence. We went we got the on site manager. We took a lot of picture don't have the evidence. Okay out describing. Okay. So you have you have plenty of evidence says see what was destroyed and what wasn't destroyed. Yeah. All right. And so did you make a claim? Well, we had purchased insurance at there. But, but when we call the insurance company, we were told to read these small print, and it does not cover rodent damage. So we went back to the company itself and said, what are we going to do here? I sent pictures. Yeah. I sent pictures of the damage damaged item and pictures of website. Okay. What what was their response? Long story short. They're blowing us off. Okay. Well, there's your lawsuit. Right. And the the only issue here is going to be the value of the content. That's it. And if it's furniture. That's yes. It's an issue of proof. So you're gonna be having to do some work. And now the good news. Hopefully for you is if the damage is limited under ten thousand dollars, that's an easy one because that's small-claims if it's over ten thousand dollars. It's how much over ten thousand dollars. Because is it worth it to forget about two three thousand dollars and just get your ten if you can if it's a lot more than that. Then you have to decide is it worth getting an attorney, which it usually isn't for something like that. And then it depends on how small print that insurance policy is if it's tiny little print page number nine I'd sue the insurance company. Also, okay, if it's right out there, then there you've been you've been told just didn't pay attention to read the policy, we're going after the company they told me nothing like this has ever happened blow. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. So why they accused us of storing food, which is ludicrous, and I can prove that they're good. Let them prove it. Let them prove it. That's right. It's short week. It can we get our rent back that four hundred dollars a month. I would argue that. Okay. I would I would put that in damages. Yeah. All right. How many rats we have to do a formula of how much you paid parameters that Asia all of your stuff? What okay. Well, let's see lots doesn't work legal. You have to have a specific number. Doesn't know. Unfortunately, it doesn't. All right..

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"site manager" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:11 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now, I've got a couple of cases here about altercations with fast food establishments. And I love these stories because people go nuts for some reason. This is one local out of Lakewood, Ohio. I'm sorry. That happened a couple of months ago. A man goes to local Burger King and calls nine one one because he's driving through and he had a coupon by one get one free. And the folks at the Burger King said wrong state. We don't recognize that here in Ohio. And he said, oh, yeah. I wanted us seventy three years old and he's trying to pay. They don't let him use. It. He starts screaming refuses to leave the drive through lane because I'm not moving into gimme back. My coupons and he calls nine one one and emergency because they won't owner honor his coupon and instead of nailing him for calling nine one one frivolously. Of course, they don't charge him. And he gets Pons back after doing that that always I have a borough about that. They don't charge people with calling nine one one frivolously, and I've done stories where nine one one was called because someone wanted a corn bread recipe. Meantime, someone is dying of a heart attack somewhere and can't get through. Because the nine one one operator saying, well, Marie calendar's has a pretty good corn bread recipe. I mean, it's crazy. Okay. So that's the Burger King story. Now, we haven't McDonald's story local employee gets punched and choked by a woman upset over ketchup. She comes in. As woman goes to the drive through and says, I want more catch up and then decides. She goes and not enough. So she goes around parts, the car goes around the employee entrance goes and tries to grab ketchup. The employee's come up. So he can't be here. And of course instantly a fight ensues. And they just start punching this woman, and employees just are punching each other. Okay. So that's another one no arrests are still looking for her and a South Carolina. Mcdonald's employee was charged with assault. After attacking a female manager with crispy bacon last week. Now. I don't know if crispy bacon can be deemed a weapon. Well, certainly crispy bacon is more of a weapon than soft bacon. Is there edges, and you know, I I can see some kind of injury. But why are people so crazy at these fast food establishments? And I don't get it. I really don't. But you know, the law is the law, and so the I think the takeaway here is the nine one one part. That's the part that just. Thrills me where I just don't understand. Why it's not number one a crime to frivolously call nine one one. Oh, well, what what's frivolous? Well, let a jury determined that let a judge determine what's frivolous star died or let the DA or city attorney probably make that determination. And then you don't like it. Go to court. All right. Let's do it some phone calls. All right, Linda, we'll start with you. Hi, Linda, welcome to handle on the law, or how funkier I had oxidant and Kennedy the set the men that I signed. No, why if you want to refute it why why did you sign it? Well, I wasn't. I didn't know what I was doing. Represented by an attorney. No, all right. You did it on your own and how much did you settle for? What do you think you should have settled for I think six thousand and what do you think you should have settled for? Okay. How much more than that? Ten thousand fourteen thousand all right? So what what happened? You got hit how badly how badly were you banged up? Shopping and medical expenses. How much how much medical expenses about five to six thousand? And they gave you six thousand they just cover your medical, and you accepted that. Yeah. Okay. Well, you signed it. You can argue that you didn't know what the hell you're talking about. And there was coercion. But it was an adjuster saying, we'll give you six thousand dollars negotiation. The you said, yes. Yeah. Now, you can't get out of that. Oh, yeah. Bastard. When I tell you bad news. No. There's a concept where was it? I remember it was in contract first year contracts and law school, and I'm trying to remember the legal concept, and it's something alike. Yes. Signed eight you're screwed. Okay. There you go. All right, Michelle. Hi, michelle. Welcome to handle on the law. Hi, bill. My husband, and I moved out of a five bedroom. Four bath home in southern California. And stored are the contents of the home and public storage unit. We paid four hundred dollars a month and went to our home in northern California to await the building of our new southern California home when we came back fourteen months later to retrieve our belongings with the movers, we discovered that. They have become rat infested. The rats had defecated on died on nested in our belongings. We are actual loss was around six thousand dollars a furniture that they chewed upholstered furniture. Okay. Besides the fact that there was so much rat. Okay. So it's it's fair to say that the contents were destroyed, right? Not all of them. But it's a good enough of it where you can prove that here with the good news. Is you have the evidence? We we got the on site manager. We took a lot of picture the evidence. Okay. L describing that. Okay. So you have you have plenty of evidence says see what was destroying what wasn't destroyed. All right. And so did you make a claim? Well, we had purchased insurance at there. But, but when we call the insurance company, we were told to read these small print, and it does not cover rodent damage. So we went back to the company itself. Instead, what are we going to do here? I sent pictures. Yeah. Pictures of the damage, damaged item and pictures of website. Okay. What was what was their response? Long story short. They're blowing this off. Okay. Well, there's your lawsuit. Right. And the the only issue here is going to be the value of the content. That's it. And if it's furniture. That's yeah. It's it's it's an issue of proof. So you're gonna be having to do some work. And now the good news. Hopefully for you is if the damage is limited under ten thousand dollars, that's an easy one because that's small-claims if it's over ten thousand dollars. It's how much over ten thousand dollars. Because is it worth it to forget about two three thousand dollars and just get your ten if you can if it's a lot more than that. Then you have to decide is it worth getting an attorney, which it usually isn't for something like that. You. And then it depends on how small print that insurance policy is if it's tiny little print page number nine I'd sue the insurance company. Also, okay, if it's out there, then there you've been you've been told and just didn't pay attention to read the policy we're going after the company they told me nothing like this has ever happened. Oh, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. So what they accused us of storing food, which is ludicrous. Yeah. Well, I can prove good. Let them prove it. Let them prove it. That's right. It's short week. It can we get Iraq back that four hundred dollars a month. I would argue that I would put that in his damages. Yeah. All right. How many rats we have formula of how much you paid per rat that age all of your stuff? What okay. See lots doesn't work legally. You have to have a specific number doesn't know. Unfortunately, it doesn't. All right. This is handle on the law..

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"site manager" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"site manager" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Yeah. Pastor. When I tell you bad news. No. There's a concept. We're was it. I remember it was in contract first year contracts law school, and I'm trying to remember the legal concept, and it's something alike. Yes, I find it you're screwed. Okay. There you go. All right, Michelle. Hi, michelle. Welcome to handle on the law. Hi, bill. My husband, and I moved out of a five bedroom. Four bath home in southern California. And stored are the contents of the home and public storage unit. We paid four hundred dollars a month and went to our home in northern California to await the building of our new southern California home when we came back fourteen months later to retrieve our belongings with the movers, we discovered that. It cubicle have become rat infested. The rats had defecated on died on nested in our belongings. We are actual loss was around six thousand dollars a furniture that they chewed upholstered furniture. Okay. Besides the fact that there was so much rat. Okay. So it's it's it's fair to say that the the contents were destroyed, right? Not all of them. But a good portion. Okay. Enough of it where you can prove that here. Well, the good news. Is you have the evidence we went we got the on site manager. We took a lot of pictures of the evidence. Okay. L describing that. Okay. So you have you have plenty of evidence says see what was destroyed and what wasn't destroyed. Yeah. All right. And so did you make a claim? Well, we had purchased insurance at there. But but when we call the insurance company. We were told to read the small print, and it does not cover rodent damage. So we went back to the company itself. Instead, what are we going to do here? I sent pictures. Yeah. Pictures of the damage, damaged item and pictures of website. Okay. What was their response? Long story short. They're blowing us off. Okay. Well, there's your lawsuit. Right. And the only issue here is going to be the value of the contents. That's it. And if it's furniture. That's yeah. It's it's it's an issue approved. So you're going to be having to do some work. And now the good news. Hopefully for you is if the damage is limited under ten thousand dollars, that's an easy one because that's small-claims if it's over ten thousand dollars. It's how much over ten thousand dollars. Because is it worth it to forget about two three thousand dollars and just get your ten if you can if it's a lot more than that. Then you have to decide is it worth getting an attorney, which it usually isn't for something like that. And then it depends on how small print that insurance policy is if it's tiny little print page number nine I'd sue the insurance company. Also, okay, if it's right out there, then you've been you've been told and just didn't pay attention to policy. We're going after the company they told me nothing like this has ever happened. Oh, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. So what they accused us of storing food, which is ludicrous. Well, did can prove their good. Let them prove it. Let them prove it. That's right. It's short week. It can we get rent back at four hundred dollars a month. I would argue that. Okay. I would put that in his damages. Yeah. All right. Do you know how many rats we have to formula of how much you paid per rat that age all of your stuff? What? Okay. Well, let's see lots doesn't work legal. You have to have a specific number. Doesn't know. Unfortunately, it doesn't. All right. This is handle on the law. Are you putting.

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Apple's Site Manager Reporting is broken; and Nielsen offer better targeting

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01:16 min | 4 years ago

Apple's Site Manager Reporting is broken; and Nielsen offer better targeting

"Canada. The natives pod news apple has sent many podcasters a note saying site manager reporting we have received reports have steep consumption declines in reporting, you might be wondering what that's all about well site manager, his a product used by a very small amount of podcasters, which allows them to brand their podcast section within apple podcasts. Chances. Are you're not using this to report on your stats. Hey, you can pro reach. If league Norris, Email Westwood One and panoply have both joined US research company Nielsen's, also cloud. The products allows advertisers to directly reach Americans who looking to purchase a new car visual podcast app. Entail has opened in new crowd. Funding round Sonics has integrated with Zappia to allow automated connections with over thousand apps to automate audio and video transcription son says led integration with Google assistance slip until sometime next year. The company says. They need more time for their smart speakers. And Hello cast is a new tool built specifically for podcasters to help them. Better manage their podcast workflow. They're currently running and beater with a number of podcasters and are quite willing to let anyone else in who wants to give it a try. If you're in

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