We See You

Trump Black Mirror episode.png  We see the look on your face. Your snake eyes and faux smile show us that you realize most of us get it and it’s just a matter of days before your sham is over. We see that you are living with a veil of fear in your face and in your body language that tells us all you are a fake, a con, a lying narcissist who went so far into debt with US banks, foreign banks, and with your buddies like Rex Tillerson and Vladimir Putin that this presidency was your last scramble, your hail mary pass–one giant CON to get you out of debt and to further enrich you and your conniving offspring while spreading your diseased last name across this planet.  Those sad people catching your every move have been caught in your web of lies, but it’s OK. The truth always comes out, and in this case, now that you’re in the Whitehouse, it’s not long from now that you will be taken down and have to pay the price of your scheming government coup.

Your cabinet choices tell all:FT_Carl Icahn.png

We’ve heard plenty about the others, the venomous Jeff Sessions, the greedy Rex Tillerson who has been desperate to complete his huge oil-drilling investment in the Russian arctic region, the sheer ignorance of public education by your billionaire bud Betsy, the laughable idiot Rick Perry, and your host of Goldman Sachs alums – each and every one of them caring nothing about those poor fools who voted for you thinking that you are a man of the people. Nothing could be further from the truth and the record-breaking attendance at marches around more than 600 U.S. cities and across 7 continents tells you that we are ALL on to your con and we will not let you destroy this planet with your greed and avarice.

Right now, you, your cabinet choices, and the paid puppets in Congress have plenty of this:

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But we have THIS by the numbers:

a few of the NATIONAL MARCHES

Chicago: 150,000

New York City: More than 200,000

Los Angeles: 100,000

Boston: 100,000, according to the Boston Globe.

Denver: 100,000, according to the Denver Post.

Madison, Wisconsin: 75,000 – 100,000, per the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department.

Seattle: 50,000

Austin, Texas: 35,000

Phoenix: 20,000

Atlanta: 15,000, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Asheville, North Carolina: 10,000

Ithaca, New York: 10,000

Lansing, Michigan: 10,000, MIRSnews.com reported.

Montpelier, Vermont: 7,000, the Burlington Free Press reported.

Memphis, Tennessee: 6,000, according to the Commercial Appeal.

Trenton, New Jersey: 6,000

Seneca Falls, New York: 5,000

Sioux Falls, South Dakota: 3,300, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader reported.

Naples, Florida: 2,500

Knoxville, Tennessee: 2,000

Rochester, New York: 2,000

Pequannock, New Jersey: 800, reported NorthJersey.com.

Clemson, South Carolina: 500, the Independent Mail reported.

Wycoff, New Jersey: 300, reported NorthJersey.com.

WORLD MARCHES

London: 100,000, according to The Independent.

Sydney, Australia: 5,000 people marched on Saturday, the Guardian reported.

Vienna, Austria: 2,000 people marched, Reuters reported.

New Zealand: Marches took place in four cities with 2,000 people taking demonstrating, Reuters reported.

Antarctica: 30

RUNNING TOTAL  Based on projections and estimates: 1,519,430

And we will never forget this:

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About danaj33

I have been teaching in the Broadcast Electronic Media Art department at City College of San Francisco since 2001. I was a part-time faculty member until 2009 when I became full-time. My career as an audio engineer spans 27 years since the first day I began to record and mix songs on my Tascam PortaStudio (cassetter 4-track) in the early 80's while attending college at UC Berkeley. I formed a couple of bands and sang lead (sometimes playing rhythm guitar) until 1988 when I discovered that the "behind-the-scenes" tech realm was much more to my liking. I love how an audio engineer controls the ENTIRE sound mix, and not just one's own instrument. I then began a career as a live sound engineer in earnest and have toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe as front-of-house sound engineer for a multitude of bands on various record labels (most notably "Medicine" on American Recordings) and have been a staff engineer at the venerable Bottom of the Hill nightclub since their inception in 1991. The club and its staff are like family. I have maintained a live sound production company since 1989 called dcj Productions that has provided sound to the Bay Area community (mostly in the non-profit sector) in both large outdoor sound events as well as nightclubs and music halls. In 1991, I started recording bands on an 8-track Tascam TSR-8 analog tape recorder and moved into the digital realm in 1993 to 16-tracks of Alesis ADAT connected to a Soundcraft Ghost console in my home studio. In 1995, I advanced to Pro Tools and have been recording exclusively digital ever since, combining audio skills in sound for film as a location recordist as well as an engineer in post-production sound design and mixing. I remained "strictly analog" in my live sound mixing until just this past year (2012). Now that one can obtain a decent, live sound digital mixer at an affordable price, it was high time to check out digital for live. I now have a Presonus StudioLive 16.4.2 to work on with my students to give them much needed hands-on experience with a digital console. I co-owned and ran APG Records & APG Studios, an SF record label and recording studio, from 1999 - 2004 which had a distribution deal through EMI. The company folded in 2004. I continue to record music and engineer live performances at many Bay Area venues in addition to full-time teaching at CCSF. In 2001, I was hired to the part-time faculty at City College of San Francisco in the Broadcast Electronics Media Arts department where I have taught many of the classes including Digital Media Skills (BCST119), Basic Audio Production (BCST120), Digital Audio Production (BCST124), Sound Recording Studio (BCST125), Sound For Visual Media (BCST126), Advanced Sound Recording (BCST127), Sound Reinforcement (BCST128), Audio for the Web (BCST135), Video for the Web (BCST136), and Field Video Production (BCST145). I have also taught classes in sound design, audio for animation and games, music video, and computer applications at Art Institute of California-San Francisco, Globe Recording Institute, and Laney College in Oakland, CA. A few CCSF Projects: - Produced a promotional video for the Math department Bridge Program titled "Quadratic Rap". - Produced a new employee orientation video for the Human Resources department at CCSF - Coordinated audio for camera - SF Mayoral Debate, Fall 2011 - Coordinator of Audio Industry Advisory Panel for BEMA, Fall 2011 - Co-Coordinator of Video Industry Advisory Panel for BEMA, Spring 2012 Outside Affiliations: - past Vice President and Interim President Board of Directors - Bay Area Girls Rock Camp - past volunteer/contributor to Women's Audio Mission - past member Bay Area Women in Media and Film - current member of Audio Engineering Society - current Board of Directors for Camp Reel Stories
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