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Published on: August 20 2023 by pipiads

- The frustration and impatience of dealing with ongoing arguments and delays.

- The interruption of carol singers at the door adds to the annoyance.

- A determination to move forward and get things done.

1. Transition: Get all of this done And move on

- Use of contractions: Get instead of Get all of

- Idiom: Move on to emphasize the desire to progress

2. Transition: Vote Conservative on Thursday

- Use of imperative sentence: Vote Conservative

- Colloquialism: on Thursday to specify the day

3. Transition: I'm sick of this

- Use of contraction: I'm instead of I am

- Colloquialism: sick of this to express frustration

4. Transition: What All their arguing

- Use of question mark at the end of the question: What?

- Dangling modifier: All their arguing to emphasize the ongoing disputes

5. Transition: They just need to get it done

- Use of contractions: They instead of They just

- Colloquialism: get it done to emphasize the urgency

6. Transition: Doorbell I'll get it

- Use of contractions: I'll instead of I will

- Colloquialism: Doorbell to indicate the interruption

7. Transition: Oh Hi Who is it

- Use of interjections: Oh and Hi

- Colloquialism: Who is it instead of Who is at the door

8. Transition: It's It's carol singers

- Use of contractions: It's instead of It is

- Repetitive phrase: It's repeated twice for emphasis

9. Transition: Give em a quid and tell them to bugger off

- Use of contractions: em instead of them

- Colloquialism: quid for currency and bugger off to indicate dismissal

10. Transition: Music Silent Night

- Repetitive phrase: Music Silent Night to describe the carol being sung

11. Transition: Enough Enough

- Repetitive phrase: Enough repeated twice for emphasis

12. Transition: Let's get this done

- Use of contractions: Let's instead of Let us

- Colloquialism: get this done to emphasize the urgency

- A strong determination to overcome delays and arguments.

- A desire to move forward and focus on completing tasks.

- A dismissive attitude towards interruptions and frustrations.

- An emphasis on taking action and getting things done.

Key & Peele - Black Republicans

Hello and welcome to the fifth annual meeting of the Tallahassee Black Republicans. I must say, I am extremely angry about the outcome of the last presidential election. Barack Obama was re-elected and the black vote went almost entirely to him. It's clear that we are not getting our message out effectively. The Republican party should be the only home for black votes.

Now, people think that black voters are all the same, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Black Republicans are a diverse group of people with different beliefs and backgrounds. To speak more on this diversity, I present tonight's speaker, Mr. Douglas Jackson.

Now, let me be frank, I am really angry. The liberal media believes that Republicanism is not for black people. But let me ask you, what's not appealing about fiscal responsibility, a strong national defense, and limited government? We come in all different shapes and sizes, and we are not a monolith.

Now, I would like to invite someone to come up and speak about the diversity among black Republicans. Ah, gentlemen, we have a treat today. Our next speaker, Arthur Washington, is a little eccentric but perfect for speaking on this topic.

Thank you for the introduction, Brother Douglas, and thank you for being here, Brother Arthur. However, I am furious. Democrats think they have the right to all the black people, but that is simply not the case. We are not a monolith. Democrats may be cool, but they are not practical. Republicans, on the other hand, are practical. Black people are practical. And let's not forget, black Republicans are pretty cool too. We are also very diverse.

Excuse me, gentlemen, but someone's white wife is here to pick them up. Was her name Emily? Oh great, that's another example of diversity.

Let's Talk About Money! How Much Do I Make as a BookTuber & What are My Goals for 2023?

Hello everybody! It looks like we are live on YouTube. I think this is going to be a really interesting live stream, so I'm going to give a couple of caveats before we get into this. Hi Malka, hey Renee, hi Carissa, hi Beth. Welcome! Today, we're going to talk about money and what it actually looks like to be a YouTuber in the book space. We'll discuss finances and how it affects me specifically. We'll also dive into some specific numbers, as it's been a few years since I've done something like this. I've reached out to some of my patrons for feedback, and I thought it's about time to do this again. Since it's a new year, I believe it's a great time to discuss this topic. Of course, because I'm me, I have a slideshow for you. So, I'm going to give people a couple of minutes to join, and then we can get started.

Let's talk about money: the truth about finances on YouTube and my 2023 plans. There are a few caveats I want to mention. First, there's a lot of variation in how finances work for different people. This will give you a snapshot of what it looks like for me and the challenges I face. Secondly, my plans for the future might change. In my goals video, I mentioned that I was considering looking for a different job, and that's still on the table. However, after chatting with some of my patrons, I thought it would be a good time to be transparent about where things are at for me. I want to see if I can make some changes that will make doing this full time sustainable. I've been doing this for five and a half years, and now that my kids are in school, I need to make some decisions in the coming year. This applies to all your favorite creators, and I hope this gives you insight into what it really takes to make income doing this full time.

Let's dive into the agenda for today's slideshow. We'll talk about financial transparency and the value of creative work. Then, we'll discuss what I made in 2022 as a YouTuber, including the state of AdSense and Patreon. We'll touch on sponsorships briefly and talk about my plans and goals for the coming year. At the end, we'll have time for questions. Please note that I won't be interacting too much with the comment section during the live stream, but feel free to chat amongst yourselves. Let's get started!

In 2022, I created a lot of content, more than I even realized. I made 129 edited videos, 61 shorts, and 48 live streams. Many of these live streams involved collaborations with other YouTubers and authors, where we discussed important topics. I also reviewed 395 books, with a focus on diverse authors. In addition to that, I did the Chapter 3 podcast, made some TikToks, and created exclusive videos for my patrons. It's safe to say I've been busy.

Now, let's talk about the financial side of things. In 2022, I earned $10,077 for this channel. This is actually less than the previous year. The income comes from various sources, including YouTube AdSense, channel memberships, and Patreon. From YouTube AdSense, I made $4,423. From Patreon, I made $5,254, which is more than what I made from YouTube. I only took two sponsorships this year, earning $400 from them. In total, that's an average of $840 per month. However, when you consider the amount of labor I put in, it's not a great number for sustainability.

Let's discuss some major expenses. I spend $120 a year on Canva Pro for graphic design, $200 a year on an upgraded version of StreamYard, and $188 a year on my website. Additionally, I had Patreon expenses of $866, which include costs for mailing goodies to higher-tier patrons and shipping. In total, my major expenses for the channel were $1,374 for the year. When you calculate a conservative hourly wage adjustment, it comes out to $4.66 per hour if I were working 40 hours a week. If I were working closer to 60 hours a week, it would be around $3.11 per hour.

As you can see, these numbers are not sustainable in the long run. It's important to look at not just my situation, but also the financial variation among other creators. Some booktubers are making a lot more money, but there are reasons for that.

The Wildest Midterm Election Ads & TikTok Unveils 18+ Livestream | The Daily Show

In Tech news, Tick Tock has officially announced that users will now be able to run live streams for adults only. But before you get excited, the app says that nudity and sexually explicit content will still be prohibited. So, what exactly is adult themed if it's not sex and nudity? I was just like, uh, who's ready to watch me refinance my mortgage? The interest rates are so huge right now, I don't think I can afford to live in my house anymore.

In international news, Japan's oldest toilet, which was 500 years old, was destroyed when a man accidentally backed his car up over it. People are trying to cover up what they did in the bathroom, but this is taking it a step too far. It's also amazing how putting the word oldest suddenly adds gravitas to something that none of us actually care about. He broke the toilet, so it was the oldest toilet? Oh no, I need to call my mom. And by the way, if you're wondering, the oldest toilet in New York City is the subway.

In other news, UberEats has announced that they will start delivering weed in Toronto, Canada. Which is amazing. Yeah, we deliver. What a game-changing service that no one has already been using forever, especially under the name repair guy on my phone. Wow.

Now let's move on to some of the biggest stories of the day. We are now in the home stretch of the midterm campaign season, which means it's almost that time of the year when you wake up on that one special morning in November and you're like, Oh, I forgot to vote yesterday. And with just three weeks to go, this is the last chance for the candidates and the shadowy billionaires who fund them to make their case to the voters. And as always, they're making that case through campaign ads. In fact, a record $9.7 billion dollars worth of ads have been spent. So if you live in a swing state, basically every ad you're seeing on TV right now is a campaign ad. And by the time November comes around, you're gonna be praying to see the ads that you used to hate. No more, please. I just want to know when Toyota Thornton is on, please.

But political ads in America can get pretty wild. They really can. And as the country becomes more and more polarized, the type of political ads that come out become more and more intense. So I figured let's enjoy some of the latest blockbusters in another installment of vodemic.

Let's start our ad watch with the Republicans. For this election, they want everything to be focused on three issues: inflation, crime, and pretending they didn't hear that thing Trump just said. So they've been running ads emphasizing these issues. You know, some of them have been subtle, but Louisiana Senator John Kennedy has decided that subtle is not his style. Violent crime is surging in Louisiana. Woke leaders blame the police. I blame the criminals. A mom should not have to look over her shoulder when she's pumping gas. I voted against the early release of violent criminals and I opposed defunding the police. Look, if you hate cops just because of cops, the next time you get in trouble, call a crackhead. I'm John Kennedy and I approve this message.

First of all, nobody's gonna call a crackhead. 2022, I'm gonna text a crackhead. Such a crazy way to frame things though, right? Is it like, violent crime? Call a crackhead? The Senate is acting like cop and crackhead are the only two options. What about social workers? What about mental health experts? What about heroin addicts? There's a whole range of people. It wasn't weird for a guy who's been in office for six years to complain about crime and then campaign on it. I find it a little strange. Like, ever since I got into office, crime has exploded. Re-elect me so I can figure out what's going on. Because I... I like, I don't know where this logic goes, right? Because no matter what happens, Republicans always want more cops. Crime is up, we need more cops. Crime is down, we need more cops. Like, what is the plan? Just to keep hiring until the entire population is just cops? Yeah, that way I got an eye on me. Maybe the solution is just to hire crackheads as cops. Because, first of all, they're always there when you need them. And say what you will about cops versus crackheads, but at least the crackhead is not gonna plant crack on you. They're keeping it for themselves. It works out. I know it might be a little crazy, but you gotta admit, a crackhead detective show? That sounds like a great idea for a CSI spin-off.

Now, obviously, Democrats have a whole different set of issues that they want to emphasize. Voters don't trust them on the economy or inflation right now, so the Dems want this election to be about things like climate change, protecting democracy, and pretending that they didn't hear the thing that Joe Biden just said. The main issue Democrats are running on is Reproductive Rights, and California Congressman Eric Swalwell just put out one of the most hardcore campaign ads you've ever seen.

Yes, I have a warrant for your arrest. Arrest for what? Unlawful termination of a pregnancy. You've gotta be kidding me. That is my personal business. That's for the courts to decide. Your medical records have been subpoenaed, and Dr. Landry's already in custody. Physical examination, man. Turn around, put your hands behind your back. Now, why is this happening? Love you, honeybear. We're just enforcing the law here.

Holy, that was intense. You don't usually expect a campaign ad to turn into an episode of Black Mirror. What was that? Like, I actually feel bad for the shows that had to come back from that ad break. Hey, did you see that? Why is this happening? Mom, you'll never see your mother again. No, and now back to Young Sheldon. Look, it is wild how overturning Roe has upended society so much that now white women can be as scared of the police as black people are. And yes, this ad is obviously exaggerating things to make a point, but it is true that in many states in America, cops could show up at your door if you had an abortion. They could arrest you and they could force you to have a physical examination. I mean, ironically, it's probably the only free healthcare you'll ever get in America.

And so, look, I know this ad was a little heavy, so I thought, you know, let's lighten things up with the local campaign ad for Linda Paulson out of Utah. Now, you probably look at this picture and you think, no, there's no way this little lady could spit fire over a dope rap beat. Well, guess what? You're right.

I don't exactly know how, but I'm pretty sure that was racism at some point. The beat stopped, but it stopped itself. Like she was so offbeat, it's almost like the beat was like, Am I the one messing up here?

Wait, do you know I'm here? What is happening? Yeah, gangster rap, Linda. Unfortunately, after recording that track, Linda was hit in a drive-by shooting. Tragic. But when you're in the game, you're in the game all the way.

Now, my question is, who is this for? Conservative Republicans in Utah? Nobody who supports her likes rap, and nobody who likes rap is gonna see this video and be like, Man, I wasn't going to vote for Republicans, but her flow just can't be denied. And by the way, if you are a politician who insists on rapping in a campaign video, can you at least try rapping in a style from this century? Huh? I'm Linda Paulson, and I'm here to your is calling him as Paulson. Get with the times, update your references. Like, use a trap beat at least. In fact, the trap beat is actually better for politicians because nobody can understand what you're saying. You can just dodge any moments at any debate or any reporter. You know, just be like, Senator, what is your position on cutting Medicare? Well, here's what I do, send them back in a minute. And I think that answers your question.

Now, let's move on to something that everyone loves. It's time to check in on today's lotto numbers with our very own Dulce Sloan. How are you doing today, Dulce?

I'm good, friend. How about you?

I'm fantastic, but today we don't have much

Hillary Clinton's New TV Ad Using Conservatives Against Donald Trump | MSNBC

Meanwhile, the Clinton campaign, as Andreamentioned, has released a new TV ad featuring conservative voices criticizing Donald Trump's fitness to be commander in chief. They highlight his comments about using nuclear weapons against Western European allies and question whether he should be entrusted with the nuclear codes. Joining me now is NBC News senior editor for politics, Beth phooey. Let's talk about how Hillary Clinton's campaign and the candidate herself have handled this week in relation to Donald Trump. It seems like they are allowing Trump to bury himself while staying focused on their message of the economy. Clinton has been relatively absent from the news this week, which is a deliberate strategy to let the negative press coverage surrounding Trump dominate. This has been her approach from the start, allowing Trump to unravel and show his instability through his own words and actions. The latest ad reinforces the message that he is not fit for the job. It's interesting to note that despite Republican leaders claiming this could have been a bad week for Clinton, she was able to navigate through potential pitfalls, such as the Fox News interview about director Comey and the emails. Trump's continuous missteps and controversial statements overshadowed any potential damage from these issues. Clinton's lead among white working-class, white-collar, and college-educated whites is significant and suggests that her message is resonating with these demographics. However, the campaign is aware that there is still a lot of time left before the election, and they cannot afford to become complacent. Clinton has a tendency to make mistakes when she gets complacent, as seen during the primaries. Therefore, the campaign is urging her to stay focused, stay on message, and prepare for the upcoming debates. They understand that the state and national polls can change, and they must not assume that their current lead will hold.

"Enough" NDP Ad - Conservative Attack Ad - Canada Truther - YouTube

Alright, folks, let's dive into the million dollar question: Do people still watch broadcast TV? Well, the answer is not as simple as it used to be. Back in the day, TV was all we had. No internet, no smartphones, just our good old TV sets connected to cable. But times have changed, my friends. We now have a plethora of resources available at our fingertips, and this has led to a shift in people's viewing habits.

You see, people are cutting the cable cord. They are no longer connecting to their TVs in the traditional way. Instead, they are casting from their devices. Take my friend Cindy, for example. She can cast YouTube and Netflix onto her TV without even a wire connected to it. It's mind-boggling how technology has advanced, isn't it?

Now, I must admit, I'm not quite ready to cut the cable just yet. Why, you ask? Well, I still enjoy scouring the news and gathering information. I love to repost it and keep people informed about what's happening in the world. But even I have to admit that things are changing.

Let me tell you a little story. Recently, I came across an NDP campaign ad called Enough Now. Now, I'm not promoting the NDP here, but this ad caught my attention. It was made exclusively for the internet and social media sites. And let me tell you, it was awesome. It got a lot of engagement on our Google page.

But here's the thing: I don't watch TV anymore. I rely on Facebook and Google for my information. Twitter? Nah, not my cup of tea. It's just too much propaganda, if you ask me. But I digress.

Let's get back to the ad. It's called Enough Now and it's a scathing attack on Stephen Harper and the Conservative party. The ad highlights all the alleged corruption and mismanagement under Harper's leadership. From election fraud to illegal lobbying, it's all there. The ad ends with a powerful message: Have you had enough? It's time for change in Ottawa.

Now, I must say, politics can be frustrating. It's no wonder that fewer and fewer people are interested in our political system. It's been hijacked by the elite, the corporations, the lobbyists, and the unethical professional politicians. They have their own agenda, and it's not always in the best interest of the people.

This is not just happening in Canada. It's a global phenomenon. Just look at the United States, where billionaires like the Koch brothers are pumping billions of dollars into the presidential campaign. It's all about money and power, my friends.

But let's not get too caught up in politics. There are other pressing issues that need to be discussed. Take free trade, for example. It's a hot topic, but it's not being given the attention it deserves. And what about climate change? What about the aging population and the healthcare issues that come with it? These are real issues that affect us all, but they are being overshadowed by the fear of terrorism.

Speaking of terrorism, let's talk about ISIS. There's a controversial ad floating around that criticizes Justin Trudeau for his stance on bombing. The ad raises some valid questions, but it's also received a lot of flak for its portrayal of ISIS. It's a sensitive topic, and it shows how our political system has been hijacked.

And let me tell you, getting information to the people is only going to get harder. The pay TV industry is going through a period of upheaval, with ESPN struggling to retain subscribers. With the rise of streaming services like Netflix and HBO, people have more options than ever before.

So, my friends, the times they are a-changin'. It's up to us to stay informed, to question the status quo, and to demand better from our politicians. Let's not let the elites and the corporations dictate our future. It's time for change, both in Canada and around the world.

In conclusion, the way we consume media is evolving. Broadcast TV is no longer king, and people are cutting the cable cord. We have more resources available at our fingertips, but we must be vigilant in seeking out reliable information. Politics can be frustrating, but we must not lose sight of the real issues that affect us all. Let's stay informed, my friends, and let's demand better from our leaders. Together, we can make a difference.

South Dakota’s Republican Governor Targets Trans Athletes In National Ad

Title: South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Targets Transgender Athletes in Re-Election Campaign

South Dakota's Republican Governor, Kristi Noem, is using her leadership to target transgender athletes in a new national ad for her 2022 re-election campaign. She is promoting a bill that aims to ban transgender girls from playing sports in school, claiming that it will give South Dakota the strongest law in the nation to protect female sports. This article examines the implications of this bill and the growing trend of conservative Republican leaders opposing transgender rights in athletics.

Main Body:

1. The Flip-Flop: Governor Noem's Change in Stance

- In March, Governor Noem vetoed a similar bill that limited transgender girls and women from competing in female sports leagues.

- She is now running on the platform of less government and more freedom, advocating for a bill that would protect female sports from transgender athletes.

2. Conservative Opposition to Transgender Rights in Athletics

- Governor Noem joins a group of conservative Republican leaders who oppose transgender rights in athletics.

- They argue that athletic teams designated for females should be open only to those who were born as females, based on biology rather than ideology.

3. The Impact on Transgender Youth

- In 2021, 35 bills were filed in state legislatures to exclude transgender youth from competing in athletics.

- The ACLU highlights the detrimental impact of these bills on transgender kids and their loved ones, calling it devastating.

4. Non-Binary Student Athlete's Perspective

- Non-binary student athlete, Jayanagarajan Swenson, expresses concerns about the bill's polarizing nature.

- Swenson believes that this legislation sends a message that transgender individuals are not welcome in sports, which can lead to feelings of exclusion and danger.

5. Public Opinion on Transgender Sports Rights

- Recent polling suggests that a majority of Americans support transgender individuals playing on sports teams that match their gender identity.

- However, the support varies based on age and political affiliation, with younger Americans and Democrats being more accepting.

Governor Kristi Noem's decision to target transgender athletes in her re-election campaign highlights a growing trend among conservative Republican leaders opposing transgender rights in athletics. While public opinion on transgender sports rights is evolving, there is still a significant divide based on age and political affiliation. The impact of these bills on transgender youth and their communities is concerning, as they may feel unsupported by their state representatives. As the debate continues, it is crucial to consider the rights and inclusion of all individuals in sports, regardless of their gender identity.

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