Molly Rose - Trombonist & Bandleader
Updated: Nov 20, 2018
We chat with Molly about her career as a trombonist and bandleader. We also touch on the pending lawsuit with Elizabeth Rowe against the Boston Symphony Orchestra for pay discrimination.
Freelance Finance is the show where we go in depth into the financial and personal lives of Boston based freelancers. It is hosted by David Ira Roth and airs Thursdays at 11am on 94.9FM in Boston (WZMR - ZUMIX Radio). You can also listen live at www.zumix.org/listenlive.html Listen to this episode in iTunes
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Molly's Website - http://www.mollyrosemusic.com/
Women get paid less
That is lame and needs to stop
Women are awesome.
Dolla dolla billz I want to get paid, hear me? Give me the money
Fighters Champions Nature gave us two. We must
treat all equally. Quiz Questions
1. Cryptocurrency is becoming a major topic in the finance and investment world. Which of the following is or was a real cryptocurrency?
A. Dogecoin - which got its name from the online series Homestar runner, base on the scene involving the character Strongbad completing his third quarter projection analysis spreadsheets when Homestar Runner interrupts him calling him his “D-O-G-E” to which Strongbad asked, what is a “doge” - a few years later the cryptocurrency Dogecoin was created. B. Catcoin - a cryptocurrency script based on the popular Bitcoin, but ultimately was “delisted” from cryptocurrency exchanges, largely due to bitter disagreements on Reddit between the users who couldn’t agree on the rules of the cryptocurrency. C. Coinye - A cryptocurrency formed in 2014, but ultimately closed down due to a copyright lawsuit by Kanye West. As billboard puts it, they were “sued into oblivion… You shined bright like a diamond for a few blissful months back in 2014.” D. These all were real cryptocurrencies.
Notes: Be careful with Cryptos, they are extremely risky - here are just 2 examples of coins that failed or aren’t working. 2. The Massachusetts Equal Pay Act went into effect on July 1, 2018. Differences in pay are only allowed under certain conditions. Which of the following are acceptable reasons to pay an employee differently:
A. Based on the number of Tabby cats that they currently have registered with their city or town - they give you a 2% bump in pay for each male cat and a 3% bump in pay for each female cat, effectively bridging the cat pay gap. B. Based on a seniority system and or a merit system. C. There are never any reasons to pay different salaries, regardless of the job or duties, or responsibilities.
Note: The act provides equal pay for comparable, regardless of gender. It makes it so employers can’t ask about your salary history before making a job offer, and protects your right to talk about your wages with your coworkers. 3. The Equal Pay Act of 1963, requires employers to pay men and women equally for doing the same work -- equal pay for equal work. What else happened in 1963?
A. Pink Floyd wrote and released a song about a Siam Cat named Lucifer Sam “always sitting by your side.” That cat is something I can’t Explain. B. The Soviet Union launches the Vostok 6 spacecraft, carrying Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman in space. - As a side note, it is rumored that while she enjoyed the trip, she complained that the Borscht in space tasted a little “spacey” C. Beatles initially sold out their live in Siberia concert, but they needed to refund almost all their tickets and cancel the show when US fans was were disappointed to learn that their facebook event invite accidentally was for Siberia Russia, not Siberia California.
1 = D
2 = B 3 = B
Song in this episode:
Heathens (Cover) - Originally by 21 Pilots
This episode was recorded live at Zumix Radio in East Boston.
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