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"writing fund" Discussed on The Business of Content

The Business of Content

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"writing fund" Discussed on The Business of Content

"Hello i'm simon owens and you're listening to the business of content a podcast about how publishers create distribute and monetize digital content in today's episode. We're talking about. How much does podcast grew and twenty twenty heading into the year. Two thousand twenty. I had no intention of launching a paid newsletter. Sure it was on a list of goals for the future but my thinking then was that i'd continue tinkering away at the free newsletter in my spare time growing both it and my podcast until it reached some tipping point that triggered runaway success. Only then once. I'd hit ten thousand or even twenty thousand sign ups what i make the plunge and monetize content directly but by february i had reached two realizations. The first was that. I had grown immensely unhappy with my work since two thousand fourteen. I've made a living as a freelance content consulted. sometimes it's meant writing fund journalism pieces for places like scientific american new york magazine and what's new in publishing but dried most of my income from corporate content marketing companies hired me to create content for their blogs publications newsletters and social media accounts. The pieces often focused on subjects at didn't particularly interest me and in many cases my name didn't even appear anywhere on the content for the first few years. I found this workflow filling. Not everyone has what it takes to quit their job cold turkey and still managed to land on their feet. I was immensely proud. That i could repeatedly drum up new business all without any cold pitching. I had no boss and made my own hours. so why did i saur on this career trajectory. I grew tired of building up other people's brands at the expense of my and i started feeling resentment every time i'd go straighten up ad for a ceo because it mitt time away from creating content for my own media properties. This is especially frustrating. Whenever i'd see substantial growth in my newsletter podcast only for that growth to stagnate. When i hit a busy month that tore me away from them by february of twenty twenty. I finally acknowledged to myself that i would never be happy. Creating my own content as a side hustle. I was coming up my thirty six. Th birthday and ever was going to make a significant career shift. It needed to be when i was still relatively young. The second realization. I reached that month. Was that there'd be no tipping point that would allow me to achieve escape velocity if i wanted to have a successful paid newsletter. I needed to build at one subscriber. At a time i was not a medically ceus or glenn greenwald or any of these other star substitute writers who could generate a thousand paid subscribers. In just a few days. I need to spend months or even years just putting in the work and so i announced the debut of the paid newsletter on february nineteenth with very little planning ended up being fortuitous timing as the pandemic induced lockdown caused a slowdown in my client work. I had a few month period in which. I was able to work in my newsletter. And podcast on pretty much. A full-time basis once clients did start reaching out again. I became much more circumspect. In what work. I took on as i was determined to keep the momentum going in preparation for writing this article i reviewed the spreadsheet where record my weekly audience stats and twenty twenty. My free newsletter list grew by one hundred percent which means a grew as much this year than it had in the previous five and the level engagement stayed steady by last ten newsletters averaged a thirty four percent open rate which is slightly higher than what it was. At the beginning of the year. I also saw substantial growth across many of my own marketing channels by private. Facebook group doubled in size and my twitter. Fallen grew by about ten percent. My podcast also grew significantly by twenty twenty downloads. Where ninety three percent higher than they were in twenty nine. Eighteen regularly get emails from listeners. Many of whom have ended up as guests on the show with his. Bb focused podcast audience. Growth may have been impacted by the lay offs and the elimination of the work. Commute but plenty of people still found the opportunity to listen as for the paid version of my newsletter. Growth was painfully. Slow in worrying at first but i saw a clear acceleration after rolling out. My case study interview series. It now generates what. I describe as a healthy side income but i still have a ways to go before. I hit my one thousand true fans. As i anticipated from the very beginning the only way to reach that number is by just putting in the work so what i hope to accomplish moving forward well in the immediate future. I'm laser focus on reaching those first one thousand paying subscribers. My hope is that. I can hit them by the end of two thousand. Twenty one though. I'm prepared to keep chugging along beyond this year. Until i chief that goal while one hundred percent growth in twenty twenty was a great accomplishment. I definitely need to accelerate expansion. My free list significantly. If i want to convert enough non-paid sign ups into paying subscribers thankfully that acceleration does seem to be occurring free list growth in the second half twenty twenty one hundred and thirty three percent higher than it was in the first half. And what about my long term goals. I want my newsletter and podcast be considered the gold standard in industry analysis. Known as widely in media has been thompsons newsletters known in tech and by media. I mean everyone for top hollywood executives. All the way down to indy podcasters in youtubers. If you make a living in digital content. I want you to consider my work. A must read once. Newsletter becomes financially sustainable. Then i'll have the luxury of contemplating whether i want to expand into other mediums and or business models. Perhaps i could pursue a deal or try to partner with a larger media organization. I could maybe even launching media startup of my own but for now i'm keeping my head down. There are no short-cuts in this line of work. And if i want this to become my fulltime career that i need to continue publishing high quality content at the highest frequency possible. It's as simple as that if you've listened this far and hopefully that means at least partially invested in my success. If that's the case considered becoming a paid subscriber that only will support all the work. I do here but it also gets. You exclusive case study interviews with some of.

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"writing fund" Discussed on The Encouragement Ride Podcast

The Encouragement Ride Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"writing fund" Discussed on The Encouragement Ride Podcast

"Quarter ton of riding hiding fun the sultans of cycling safety those braggadocious Behemoths Jimbo Rally and Kelvin Jones. Remember folks these two. We're a quarter of a ton so you don't have to take it away. Boys everybody walking to the encouragement ride. Podcast we are doing the first taping of Two Thousand Thousands Twenty Kelvin Jones Quarter Tuna Roddy Fund studios and collects that Mississippi and we got a we got a new partner in this. So I guess we're going to be now. Three quarter ton of Writing Fund. We got caught HAIRSTON. Calvin how has your year greetings and citations. My friend Yeah this is a been a been a nice year. We've actually been the weather's trying to cooperate with actually been trying to get some rides in during the winter months and staying being active in trying to stay up on our writing abilities and and you know what I got for Christmas I give up fat. That's what I got. I got that and what about you. How's everything with you? Go on good one good have been joined it because my son's getting involved and it's fun once you don't get excited about it and different types of running and stuff like that and he's really enjoyed it. Well let's talk about that. So how does your son. Chris is twelve twelve so I saw a lot of people who may be listening to the podcast. Maybe thinking you know what does the twelve year old do on a bicycle. But there's something that we have here in. Mississippi called Mississippi Blue's mountain biking team and how many how many twelve year olds are on there. It's great sixth through twelfth morally younger. Okay most of them are on because you can actually be high school age and be on the mountain biking team correct. Okay and where do you guys Ryan at. They practice Bicycle the revolution hearing loss and like a spin class that they do every Monday night and then every Sunday we try to do not what practice man walking skills but you know tomorrow there on. Close the trice because everything money right now night. The national traits here in Jackson Mississippi area and then they race against other mountain biking teams. Yes they do in Alabama. There's not a circuit here in Mississippi so the season. There's a rice every the other weekend in the springtime and will be going on there as many as we possibly can. Okay so what about other states. Do you know anything about Tennessee or Louisiana. Louis Theon or Arkansas is just. We're we're kind of like lumped in with Alabama we've We've put together a team that goes on there and rises. Because there's nowhere to arrive here. How many people are on the team here locally? You know I'll say about what the oldest you have any idea. I music like a senior in high school. I don't think so. I think what won't be the oldest one he sixteen sixteen. Say goes from in your son. Chris's twelve so we're looking at a team of a dozen kids between the ages of twelve and sixteen go and compete every couple of weeks at a different race around the around Alabama. Oh yes wow. That's pretty interesting. It's pretty cool. He didn't have anything like that when we were growing up. I don't think now now it was see. How far are we could hit a house with an egg? And and when you when you go over to Alabama how many teams do you race against you have any idea a lot of them. This is his first year to do it. So what we have to come back and give us a reward because if our listeners out there if they have children may be between the ages of twelve and senior high school and ride bikes and might be worth looking into the local bike shop to ask and see if there's any kind of like high school bike riding team or something like that because high schools are doing things. Now that we didn't have we grown up. I mean there's bowling teams. There's archery team us. There's Lacrosse teams James. I mean Cross has been around in of nor for a long time in the south. It's fairly new you know so. There's there's new sports that people are coming into that. We're not we're not familiar with and I'm wondering in a good friend of mine. His son actually is in Mississippi State Bass fishing team new those bass fishing teams in college. It's now high school. Yeah and so. I'm wondering if if there's going to be any kind of thing where you can get like a scholarship for mountain biking or something I west. They have Matt Mike Tapes at collegiate level. Do they're they're more club. Teams like Ole Miss Memphis University. They get cycling teams right the club level but in some of the the school's out West where they don't play football played college baseball basketball. They're starting to get more into the adventure. Sports try on teams cross country. Names actual uh-huh so yeah he's an emerging he's an emerging market is. He sounds like he's right at the edge of the ahead of the wave. It's a very good thing And you can see it on the soccer field. That's the only other sports does and he doesn't WANNA come out. He's never hardly breathing hard. His lungs are ready. Makes me sick. He decided one day he was going to run a half marathon neighborhood that he did. It decided around thirteen miles and he did a screen shot on struggle to ours. I Don I remember the first time I was at agent said I was going to go run down the street. I think major my neighbor's mailbox which was about eight hundred fifty S. Oh that's good so that's one topic that That our listeners may be interested in trying to Look at maybe something for their children about how to get involved as a family or House as butchered your child if they're into mountain biking and it really is it. Is it truly mountain. biking is a mountain biking course cyclocross or gravel bikes or anything like Yeah Martin bike trail riots okay. Mississippi is working towards getting it involves more involved in the misbehaves schools. Sports Association. Okay you start started developing so we'll just take a little time but you got to start someplace same way with the bowling in the bass. Fishing Lacrosse is just hockey with sticks and round balls and they tried to have hockey team at Omega. Three guys trying to try out. Uh All right. Well that's good so let's talk about. Some of our trials and errors of for the past year are still year interview review. So how do you think you're you're writing the this year Jimbo I was might target for this year was three thousand miles and I ended up right around eighteen. Eighteen hundred which was a little bit low Whether early this time of the year kind of set me back. I don't think I logged more than fifty miles from January Kan.. One through the middle of March just because the weather and travel is cold. I don't like riding in cold weather. I love cold weather but I don't like writing it when my finger and does start getting cold. I'm done. It's miserable for me now. I graduated from wrong. Did you do any writing in the mountains of Tennessee last year I did not. I didn't get a chance to take the bike up and do cades cove and enrolled around the Gatlinburg severe Valeria. Take it back. I did one ride with the local bike shop in an MBA and three in. I realized pretty quick and I'm a flat-lander were riding through some of the most treacherous busy roads roots and these guys are flying through cars or two or three feet away from us. This is in Tennessee. This was in survival but these guys knew they were done. Kept me safe pretty much. Might my mom is freaking out. You Know Semis won't buy me on a two lane road But it was. It was enjoyable. It was only about a twenty mile. Ride I had a hard time keeping up with them because they knew the terrain. I didn't know my gearing on some of the hills but on the way back we're coming into a headwind and these guys made I'm six four.

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"writing fund" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Clients CEO's of the business people, and they can simply. Click that link in in their web browsers see the the the the live or the the next release feature end even kinda play with it, which is typically Severi difficult to do at the location level to saying storybook being used as Powell documentation to represent in. What's being worked on? In addition to what's available in the in the component line. So right. Yeah. That's okay. So story book has been around since December twenty fifteen that contributor bases evolved. Over time to help the open source project. Can you give me a history of how the open source project has matured? Yeah. So starring book was started by a guy cold air Noda way back when and he worked on it. He read a company at the time cold cathedra, and they plan to build a commercial product around storybook sign, which never eventuated are not moved on. He's not working at next Jay s a no sort of a vacuum there to to fill in terms of okay. Sauce maintenance, the project was already being used various companies. I would say it was already a thriving project and suddenly that was those danger that it would fall into into being sued if not maintained as a little bit themselves projects to a number of folks came along Norbert delaying in is one of them. My showman, Tom Kalman, and and many others. In fact, who abandoned together and began to maintaining and improving storybook book at that time. So I don't know if the tougher hard hardware that was maybe early two thousand seventeen late two thousand sixteen and since then it has become a thriving thriving community of contributors and core maintainers the push the project Fullwood, and one of the main things that's happened since then is a storybook is gain support for a whole bunch of you layers outside of react. Which was the original originally the view of that was supported so now you have angular we have. View have Mistral web components etcetera etcetera. So you're deeply familiar with the issues of developing the UI layer the UI layers getting easier to build, but there are still many many developer problems there. You started a company called Chroma? Explain what Chroma does to crime up Bill schools for front engine engineers. That's who we are criminal. And we started the company because we're seeing that there are these new viewers coming up new new paradigm for writing fund better. And there was a gap for tooling. So, you know, you have companies like adobe that exists for designers, and you have companies like get hub that exists for engineers and general, and we believe that the time was right to form a company building tools for specific type of engineers front engineers that have quite a different job than than say infrastructure engineer. So we founded Chroma. Or heavily involved in the open source storybook maintenance, I'm one of.

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"writing fund" Discussed on The Encouragement Ride Podcast

The Encouragement Ride Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on The Encouragement Ride Podcast

"Of the podcasting in the winter edition r._j. Buddy welcome to the encouragement ride podcast brought to you with limited or no commercial interruptions live and direct correct from our beautiful home in gluckstein mississippi. Would your hosts those festive fashion forward fully formed friends the holly jelly shop local by golly do hello the quarter ton of writing fund jimbo rallied and kelvin jones taking away boys. Hey jimbo rayleigh. I'm with kelvin jones and we are reviving or pumping air into the girds me ride podcasts. We've been gone a little bit. We'll go into that in just a minute but <hes> calvin what's up in the chilly chilly chilly sound. I'm sorry were you again. I'm jimbo rayleigh podcast. All yes bad yeah. The encouragement right podcast have forgot all about that how you been doing. I've been doing good man doing good yeah. Welcome to the winter edition of the encouragement ride. We're going to encourage you to get through the winter tonight. Well we're going to you know for you. Who likes for for you guys. You'd like to ride in the wintertime or like a ride in the dark now that the time has changed. We're going to go through some helpful hints. Talk a little bit about what you should wear. <hes> maybe some safety features like headlamps and that sort of stuff and just be careful. That's the that's the main thing and that's it. Yeah we are just a couple of days away from christmas this must oh and.

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"writing fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"But without any new resources, actually, I do because our resources on the local level, and you need to take a look at the graph of total state spending over the last twenty years and you'll see how wrote funding has flatlined. How road finding has also been pulled out for transit uses for for by sleigh before bike lanes and transit stops. But let me also say that there's there's a point here. The reason you didn't choose a gasoline tax is your polling said, it was even more unpopular than a regressive. Sales tax. I mean, they're they're working people who will be hurt by yet. Another aggressive sales tax in the state at some point. Agree on this. We're going to have to talk about switching from a fuel tax to some other type of revenue source that that better tracks mileage, I don't know what that is. It could be a fee system could be mileage tax. I don't know the point being I will want that to be revenue neutral and others will want that to be nice another way to raise taxes. But at some point we're going to have to make make some tough decisions. We have limited time before a closing statements. Let me just throw this one at you, John this feels like it killers proposal sounds like it is pretty clear about, hey, this is the tax is going to increase. You can see that. I'm convinced. My dad gave me very good advice. There is no such thing as a free lunch. You talked about this. This is funding without any surpluses. There's no tax increase someone's going to feel the pinch. Where does the money come from for your.

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"writing fund" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on Reggae Lover

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"writing fund" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

Thirst Aid Kit

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

"He kisses me good morning than thanks careful not to get dirt on my clothes, but I don't care has back as warm from the sun. So I move around until I can press my face into it. My arm is winding around his waist, my hands on the firmness of his belly. He holds my hands in place. I kiss his back and we stand, they're giving each other, the comfort of silence, our bodies quiet and alive the comforts of silence. Wow. Wow. I mean shoe. Congrats. I was supposed draw Bill. I'm I'm really proud of you. That didn't that sense. Oh. You really did. Amazing, sweetie. Thank you. I love you very gentle troubles. I think they invoke something I think is sometimes swing being really filthy. It's all things that you could have written about fictional. Adam urges him gardening, having a glass of water, you know, that's what you came up with. I love them. Yeah, I think that's really beautiful. Thank you. Yeah, thank you that trouble. Thanks. I was inspired. Cool. Seila I'm gonna say nothing else except knowing wink. Don't put my business. Listen, we don't. We don't wanna put Nichols business in the streets, but we do want you to votes on your favorites story this week. We so injury writing fund fake fool, wolves. We love love, love the dribbles, and you know you love them too. So please show that love, but picking your favorite one, we're gonna put a poll up on Twitter a day off to the sheriff comes out. It'll be up by Friday and you can decide, did you like, you know, outta Madrid's lost in a terminal somewhere? Or are you a fan of the sweaty? You know, warm bucks at Madrid in cold garden, and it's up to you votes and please do Twitter. Twitter account is at first aid kits, and Yep, pick pick addressable, but you know, remember that we will win because these troubles bring us so much joy you much revolting. And yeah, God, I wanna go. I'm gonna drink a sip of.

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Elon Musk Wants to Take Tesla Private. Can He Make the Math Work?

Bloomberg Markets

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Elon Musk Wants to Take Tesla Private. Can He Make the Math Work?

"Stocks let me just bring you in quickly on a story that we got in the last ten minutes about tesla the Elon Musk Mosca said. To perhaps be hiring Morgan Stanley to help take tesla private earlier this. Week you corrected me I thought it was. Last week we did see that the analyst from Morgan. Stanley Adam Jonas dropped coverage of tesla we thought that that might be because Morgan Stanley was working with. Them we're not seeing a big reaction on the share, price because it's one step among many and the biggest hurdle for Goldman Sachs board and Stanley anybody else that's, brought on. Board by Maas by tesla by anybody else it's. All. About Finding the finance yeah. I know you can write funding secured in a. Tweet but actually having fun insecure. Is a whole

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Tesla board torn between service to shareholders and CEO

Talkin Cars

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Tesla board torn between service to shareholders and CEO

"But it was a little hard to miss if you've. Been watching the news Alon, must, seventy, billion dollar deal So August eighth New York Times, put out an article that Yulon musk is. Plotting the biggest ever attempt to take company private or back again They should put it but it's unclear how he'll pay for, it or if it's really worth it Mr. must tesla chief executives shocked investors on Tuesdays by tweeting that he was considering taking the. Company companies private stock price back at four hundred twenty dollars per share while will if he does it would cost more than seventy billion dollars the company's board of directors met several times last week to. Discuss, the, idea and six of its members issued, a statement saying that it is that it is taking the appropriate steps to evaluate. His proposal typically these those taking a company of tesla size private would borrow tens of millions, of dollars to buy shares. Held by public stockholders but Mr. must provide its scant details about his plan in his first tweet on the transaction he simply wrote funding secured This is a new thing this tweaking tweeting thing where you just, say just a little bit Teaser funding secured dope problem seventy million billion billion with a b. Then you did not say how much money would be needed, or was gonna come. From when asked for more information on financing tesla declined to comment investors were not too bothered by this lack of? Clarity, as the shares jumped eleven

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"writing fund" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on Deadcast

"But that is a nice thing once i switched my phone number this was like yeah three years ago now and my number of contacts dropped dramatically and it was great because like the dude i went out on one date with in like twenty twelve is now out of my phone and that's cool yeah that's that's a nice silver line paul writes in since the marlins are bad this year houses for an idea swing it everything the secrete shorter games created more game action possibly rattled opposing pitchers in we'll give the marlins an actual identity teams could convince unconventional and other sports like mike leach's offense or grenell college jacking threes all game why not try it and baseball now i know the answer to this but greenwell should the marlins swing at literally everything it would be the stupidest identity in the universe i like it gets them headlines and i've been thinking a lot about irrelevant teams since fund bag questions ever weeks ago when i guest hosted the written fund bag about the most irrelevant teams in the nfl and so yeah i could maybe see it but i still think just like bat flipping every time is better solution i'm really hitting bat flipping today this is i respect that very much i don't have any problem with marlins swain at everything if that's what they'd like to do i think we'd be cool if they got players specifically that we're like super aggressive like if they like just throw the house at the royals for lcd's escobar whatever like as we aren't even good but like who loved to swing the bat like do the rockets thing like build a team around the dumbest antiscale that a hitter can have and then like roll the dice the the wind total is going to go up or down by maybe two.

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"writing fund" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on All About Android

"Right on good pick i feel like if i had an open room and not all these obstacles i'd get a get better out of it very cool stuff i love seeing a our core stuff happening right so i'm gonna go ahead post this poll then i'm going to create a url for which i have not done yet but very the second oh yeah it's very exciting i'm gonna hit us this is the mechanism how people can vote you see there's all these these pieces have to fall into place in order for you the the listening audience to be able to vote on your favorite app poon thank you for vamping we got slash aaa poll three six six ron you know me so well i do twit te'o slash aaa poll three six six you can place your vote for your favorite op this week is it pudgy mobile is it new day digit or cam to plan place your vote will check on a check in on it next week victor is hovering and goes with digit victor goes with the a our core pictures or no sorry with the finance with the savings do you use an app similar to this like for for savings anything like this victim no this makes me think i'd do but you will excellent you can thank ben for all the money that you save spin we will band for joining us today and it was a large having you on ben shown with nine to five google dot com leading up to google i have to imagine you guys are just like all like super focused getting hopefully getting lots of lots of leads and people familiar with the matter to write fund stuff up.

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"writing fund" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"And several of our previous cybernetic house aikman's i said or suggested that there's a way to make a raspberry pi computer live and keep working a lot longer than most people would expect and you know what a lot of what i have to say about extending the life expectancy of a raspberry pi can also help most computers delay those fatal failures get into death preventers specific to the raspberry pi in a second but here are two core considerations that translate to other systems one is heat heat accelerates aging in most electron components in many electronic connections the other is main drive file or file table corruption which most often happens when their power disruptions while writing to disk to put it simply it's an interrupted handshake or if you're feeling romantic and interrupted kiss over writing fund memories with confusion isn't that cute okay let's cut into the pie and start with heat there's almost nothing you can do with the raspberry pi that will heat it up as much as connecting a monitor to its hdmi port if you need that display head you're not going to get around the heat issue but you're also a little less likely to keep it running twenty four seven one alternative is a terminal connection where you don't use the hdmi port another alternative one we choose is totally headless operation meaning no user interface at all that little hd heat maker never fires up i also add hate sinks to the two biggest icies on the board even though everything i read tells me they're unnecessary here's my reasoning the additional surface area of the heat sink fins has to help convective cooling and even a few degrees of difference can make a difference in reducing component aging.

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"writing fund" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on WJR 760

"I just a couple of minutes left eight seven seven forty four minutes if you'd like to talk to mayor mike duggan who is now in the first of it's a four fouryear term for mayor here writing for years of his second term are you allowed to serve more than two if exhaustion that get me so there's no rules on there's no term limit our mayor now only by the voters have you given any thought to that at all i'm fhm pages tire three months ended the second served so we'll see how i didn't know about had kinder decided when you ran for the second time you sal do this one more term but i've already made my mind up that's going to be at or if you just opened time i'm going to see in in three years how the people the city feel about man if they're still uh a supportive of me then as they are now all stay around if they look like they wanted change i won't need the kipp voted arago mile you also talked in your state of the city address about a roads and the road improvements the dot and things like that um i can't tell you how many times on this radio show the people call an or the titanic jess wanna talk about these miserable row unbelievable and miserable roads and again explain our audience whose responsibility is what when it comes at least to the city of detroit you look at what's well uh the wrote funding in the state is funded by the state legislature uh off the gas tax in a license fees i and uh you know you just don't have legislature will nsa put a nickel on the gas tax and fix the roads uh you can't get folk to do that and you look at what's happening to our public schools i will vote ourselves a tax cut now but we won't uh spend the money on the schools to invest in the kids and i tell you mitch the public schools.

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"writing fund" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Family you spend so much time with holid enma mahmoud and they're friends their colleagues in the white helmets hours between bombings missile attacks digging bodies out of rubble in than in between the moments where they talk and they talk about their lives and really the fact that they they believe that they are doomed at auto here la la they wrote fund validated all this destruction is making it impossible to live in this country the bombing the ruins it's unreal it cannot be comprehended by humans or anything else can imagine sitting at home and suddenly the entire building collapses this is destruction on a massive scale it's truly horrifying you said that this film is really about the syrian people yeah i mean not just about the whitehall meets the his film is above the citizen of syria hollowed the war impact theme and and a try like during the filming a working this is film from 2013 until end of two thousand sixteen tried to catch the soul of the severing or the problem that the the syrian face their daily tolkien fair their dreams their fair their nightmares there's a lot of common things not just between the syrian themself also there's that goma thinks with with any citizen in any war an or any difficult situation but farrah's you've made this film is not only been shown in the west but it's gotten accolades academy award nomination but it's a film that when you watch it it makes it impossible to turn away from the carnage from the from the human devastation in syria what do you want americans to do after they see this film yelm actually when i did this film i didn't think about i'm doing this film for with turn audience are for the syria themself ice cream this is film for syrian actually managed disagreed the syrian that when they watch this assume they have the same feeling that the american when they what shit and they have the same feeling that the european when they what should they share this aim for them they cried they feel hopeless they feel mcveigh to do something and inside their mind a lot of a feeling of question about whether they can do even the era syria and then they need somebody to held them what they wish you from the american that understand their problems.

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"writing fund" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on The Takeaway

"What it means for the world to see his film while the war grinds on in syria to understand embassy of the war you have to see how much it's lift destruction of our society and to know that you have to be clause from the syrian families and i chose hutted because he's a father and have two daughters the same things h was mood because he's there young man a philosophy student but also he left behind him his father mother and with him his brother as a volunteer so you can see how much this is difficult facing the every day her or of the war and in the same times you are apart from the family and you have other responsibility between what you can do for your society and between what you can do for your cell phone for your personal survive and you for your family you spend so much time were halid end mahmoud and their friends their colleagues in the white house two hours between bombings missile attacks digging bodies out of rubble in than in between the moments where they talk and they talk about their lives and really the fact that they they believed that they are doomed at the auto here at all love other other he wrote fund valid in all this destruction is making it impossible to live in this country the bombing the ruins it's unreal it cannot be comprehended by humans or anything else imagine sitting at home and suddenly the entire building collapses this is destruction on a massive scale it's truly horrifying you said that this film is really about the syrian people yeah i mean not just about the white home its this is film is about the citizen of syria how the war impact theme and and a try like during the filming a working in this is film from 2013 until end of two thousand sixteen try to catch the soul of the severing or the problem that the the syrian face their daily talk their their dreams their fair their nightmares there's a lot of common thinks not just between the syrian themself also there's that goma thinks with with any citizen in any war an or any difficult situation but farrah's you've made this film aids not only been shown in the west but it's gotten accolades academy award nomination but it's if you.

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"writing fund" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on KKAT

"Now ladies and gentleman in moves morning the new thought hoover flooding my job ina air in new york december second 1971 and by got fired loves it nbc by got fired five or six years later a thank some research was seventy seven and i had that i couldn't get a job edgar vow to cleveland bush had come from so a bunch of cleveland for about a year but nbc lost so much money that there had to hire me back and i was alone bob chairman of the pen pittman mozer as well so then of so when i came back i said i've got to have mcchord because charles elias worked a little bit together knows nation years between seventy one and trying to secure some one number have been found a 10member beverage started working together was was a scream and he wrote funding stephane men of first allocation of traffic by labral do the traffic so i don't even know drowsy comes was a slip of paper was looks thing of some dork from the newsroom benaissa's pranksters of shove great big corks 10 to the manhattan handled the holland and lincoln tunnels men are similar is now but at the time of birth funding sean after this from trump ford guiquan our newsroom grew from narrow so when i came back.

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"writing fund" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on KKAT

"Can devastate a a a a a school that has a thousand students in it and now you're spending as much on that one child as you expand on two hundred children for example is that bill going to address that really high cost uh special ed student yeah thank cracking uh you know every year that i've been in the legislature i act written funding for a stream of funding that i created a state it called the in can meet special education program that addresses those specific students in river and in your district actually this the cars who hamilton school uh and then the jordan district other districts have them to and parole arch district you can take you know the the scores of very high needs kids who thickly complex who have a severe autism and you can uh put them in a specialized school but as you know in a charter school in a small school district uh one such student really has the potential to bankrupt program uh and school districts forcing tax increases it's really a big priority it's it's kind of a random lottery about where these kids end up uh and the state needs to recognize that put in additional funding to it i'm hoping that we can add additional funding to at last year we added one point five million i'd like to eventually get that up so that the the total pot is more than thirteen million which covers the current need uh districts are having with these high cost and medically complex children great i have a question for you lincoln times we pass legislation and especially when there's details such as howard associates with taxes at cetera and he we saw that with the change in our funding for k twelve education were higher add now receives a significant amount of of what used to be dedicated to k twelve and so i am curious to know if you've looked into the future in regard to your legislation an anticipated maybe some future consequences that may be there or some benefits will you know the consequences consequence if we don't adequately funded or every child that we're going to end up with ratified by where dunkin' abbott gone could go on kids who.

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"writing fund" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on WLOB

"A g news talk wlob three richardson coming up monday morning i'm sure we'll talk more about the healthcare debacle that's going on in washington but for now will give you a respite from an david jones will be here we'll talk about real estate and also how do we improve the infrastructure in the state of maine were dumping all this money into worthless healthcare may news morning weekdays fine live grumbly info wars god com studios you're listening to beat now wiggs jones show law trees on i'm krill dining only alex henrik returning get full me ribbons than he is with the old enemy of day he has a new bull angle i believe today should role kissing of the jobs on amazon we're going to get into that later in the interview tolmie welcome back we have told me i don't have any odf tillman we'll throwing its own music video widow is none of it the moment let me know when we do let's go back to the news laws covering before the break this the london guardian to kill the president by some bowl those banked trim big this is another trump sms the nation fans as he remember we even had russ darrow and the new york times be all the election tweet a movie era i think it was a congressional candidate was assassinated the revision in taking all these each week today is a geo out how many times have we see new york times writes his financial times writes his tweet a joke about trump's assassination and building up to this the narrow literally writing funds as the novels around him being assassinated and he's absolutely unconscionable given wall's going on behind the scenes that we know little bit more into that later in the show what we do have told me roldan's than on the line right now all the old enemy of the state and author of a new book which is that is skyrocketing of the charles on amazon a dot com today told me welcome back overcoming it's i'll be right now it full this unfortunate sunk in hamburg germany today which we don't know the.

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"writing fund" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"writing fund" Discussed on WDRC

"You know um you know during a lot of of out of jail a run for him i mean you know when when you you you you know you keep your doctor um you know in program and we know that the governor prequel big go to boot our group barutcu the problem who word then you know they're about out there creating greeting problems going on well excellent some of the programs that that are offered to these kids will we had quite a few we we have a beauty pageant wrote funding the president rear good good cook warm or more and more more an arm in arm cocobu program regular go we are among group program we are barcleona garaudy um we are going to work really who we re for her to go to cuba report card when we you know when the proof by not going on with the reputation we even corker for we know you're gounon who mugune bradman for buying through whatever then we group will go to one of the code victory ricoh co route could come up here i hope to see this with this is one thing that uh the audience has got to know that there's so many young people as you mentioned colleges of this and we set this all up they come in and this is what they give and and this is what keeps the program going because it does it is that that that expensive however uh this is too bad the state has to cut a program like this because i mean this is basic life were talking about we are talking i know three three young men that were in the your program that were in suffers prison that have good jobs today and that have families today that would have never been out of prison if it wasn't for what you have done georgia you're not the kinda guy that will tell people that.

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