“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

What exactly is a Smart-Grid?

Obama to Announce $3.4 Billion in Electric ‘Smart-Grid’ Grants

By Nicholas Johnston

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama today will announce $3.4 billion in government grants for equipment to improve the efficiency of the nation’s electrical transmission network.

The grants, ranging in size from $400,000 to $200 million, will be used to develop and install “smart-grid” technology to make electricity transmission more reliable and aid the transmission of energy generated from sources like wind and solar power.

“The current system is outdated and dilapidated,” Carol Browner, the White House’s top energy adviser, said in a conference call with reporters late yesterday. Today’s grants “will give us a transformational impact on how electricity is generated, delivered and consumed,” she said.

The money comes from the $787 billion economic stimulus legislation approved by Congress in February. Jared Bernstein, chief economic adviser to Vice President Joe Biden, said during the conference call the grants will “save or create tens of thousands” of jobs.

Bernstein said Oct. 15 the stimulus legislation has created or saved about 1 million jobs since it was enacted. The nation’s unemployment rate rose to 9.8 percent last month, and the president has said he expects it to exceed 10 percent before it starts coming down.

Solar Power Plant

Obama will announce the grants today in Arcadia, Florida, at one of the nation’s largest solar power generating facilities. Florida Power & Light Co.’s DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center will generate enough power for 3,000 homes when it is completed.

The president will highlight new technologies to transmit electricity from places like Arcadia, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) southeast of Tampa, to locations where energy demand is greater.

“Places with either solar or wind aren’t always the most populous areas of the country, and you’ve got to find a vehicle that’s technologically capable of moving clean power to places where the demand is greatest,” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters traveling with the president yesterday.

One of the largest grants being announced is $200 million for Constellation Energy Group Inc.’s Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to provide new electric meters to 1.1 million households that will allow real-time monitoring of electricity use and help customers adjust their usage during peak times.

Sempra Energy’s San Diego Gas & Electric Co. will receive $28.1 million to build a wireless system to link the utility’s 1.4 million meters and monitor other equipment across the electrical grid.

The 100 government grants in 49 states are being matched by $4.7 billion in private investments.

To contact the reporter on this story: Nicholas Johnston in Washington at


  1. My sister works on the smart grid for the Bonneville Power Administration. Smart family.

  2. Maybe Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories in Pullman will get some business. They make electonic stuff used all over the world to keep the juice flowing evenly.

  3. As best I can figure out all the smart grid does is allow the electric company to fiddle with your thermostat settings.

  4. Wow, listening to all that I think two things--

    "The machines are gonna fail."

    And I almost think I want 'em to.

    Turbines up in the jet stream?!

    Schweitzer makes devices that if something goes down, it quickly reroutes it, so a whole area doesn't remain dark, just a block or two. Among other things they make.

  5. And raise your 'smart bill' Rufus.

  6. Bakersfield, CA was PG&E's first guinea pig.
    Folks were not pleased with their bigger bills.
    One guy reported his usage supposedly went up during a blackout!
    PG&E said it was based on an estimate!

  7. The Taliban-Al Qaeda merger.

    Nearly every major jihadist plot against Western targets in the last two decades somehow leads back to Afghanistan or Pakistan.

    --- The first World Trade Center bombing in 1993 was masterminded by Ramzi Yousef, who had trained in an Al Qaeda camp on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

    --- Ahmed Ressam, who plotted to blow up LAX airport in 1999, was trained in Al Qaeda's Khaldan camp in Afghanistan.

    --- Key operatives in the suicide attacks on two U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998 and the USS Cole in 2000 trained in Afghanistan;

    --- so did all 19 September 11 hijackers.

    --- The leader of the 2002 Bali attack that killed more than 200 people, mostly Western tourists, was a veteran of the Afghan camps.

    --- The ringleader of the 2005 London subway bombing was trained by Al Qaeda in Pakistan.

    --- The British plotters who planned to blow up passenger planes leaving Heathrow in the summer of 2006 were taking direction from Pakistan; a July 25, 2006, e-mail from their Al Qaeda handler in that country, Rashid Rauf, urged them to "get a move on." If that attack had succeeded, as many as 1,500 would have died.

    --- The three men who, in 2007, were planning to attack Ramstein Air Base, a U.S. facility in Germany, had trained in Pakistan's tribal regions.

    And yet, as President Obama weighs whether to send more troops to Afghanistan, the connection between the region and Al Qaeda has suddenly become a matter of hot dispute in Washington.
    We are told that September 11 was as much a product of plotting in Hamburg as in Afghanistan; that Al Qaeda and the Taliban are quite distinct groups, and that we can therefore defeat the former while tolerating the latter; that flushing jihadists out of one failing state will merely cause them to pop up in another anarchic corner of the globe; that, in the age of the Internet, denying terrorists a physical safe haven isn't all it's cracked up to be.

    These arguments point toward one conclusion: The effort to secure Afghanistan is not a matter of vital U.S. interest.
    But those who make this case could not be more mistaken.

  8. I'm much more frightened by the government's ability to turn off my furnace than I am by a "training camp" in Afghanistan.

    After all, how did Saddam "punish" those towns/cities that he was displeased with? He cut off their electricity.

    Smart Grid, Smart Diplomacy, Smart Car - I'm starting to hate the word, "Smart."

  9. If you are a good citizen, Rufus, it won't ever happen to you!

  10. There's a reason Afghanistan is "Afghanistan." It hasn't changed in three thousand years, and it's not going to change now. We can put a half a million troops in there, but as soon as we take them out it will be "Afghanistan."

    Poor, Dirty, Backward, Brutal, Ungovernable, Afghanistan.

  11. To qualify as a "good citizen" you gotta embrace hope and change Rufus.
    Otherwise you might have a cold winter.
    Not very "Smart"

  12. Doug, all those assholes you list wouldn't have been able to do jack shit if we didn't let them into the country. Build TWO fences, patrol the borders, and NOBODY comes into the country if they originated from a country that is dominated by the Religion of Peace. Oh, yeah, that means we have to relocate the United Nations to France.

  13. Hell, we not only let'em in, we taught'em how to "Fly." Even those who weren't interested in learning how to "Land."

  14. You forget the plan of one America, T:
    Mexicans will become more like us because there are more of us, just ask 'Rat.
    (The fact that the schools, the welfare state, the media, and pop culture teach them not to has no effect whatsoever, of course.)

  15. We missed our "teachable" moment at Tora Bora. It sucks, but it's going to continue getting worse until we have the gonads to "Nuke Somebody."

  16. The Voice of the Prophet

    A truly chilling example of foreshadowing, The Voice of the Prophet is an interview with Rick Rescorla, the head of security for the investment firm Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.
    Filmed on the 44th floor of the World Trade Center in 1998, Rescorla details the future of warfare long before Osama bin Laden became America's Most Wanted.

    A retired Army colonel, veteran of combat in three wars and a survivor of the 1993 bombing of the twin towers (in which he saved the lives of hundreds of Morgan Stanley employees), Rescorla was killed in the WTC attacks of September 11, 2001. In this interview, Rescorla all but predicts the events that lead up to the September 11 attack and the war on terrorism that followed.

  17. Rufus, somewhere along the line between the Korean War and Nixon, the nuclear option became taboo. Ike was going to nuke the Norks, that's pretty much what got them to sit down and talk. I'm thinking the Cuban Missile crisis rattled a lot of policy makers.

  18. America needs a Ronald Reagan to repair the damage of this one-termer named Barack Hussein Maobama. Jindal ain’t it, he boofed his debut, and Palin ain’t it, America hates quitters and frankly she’s a moron. Newt is a RINO who supports RINO Dede Scozzafava in NY-23 and drug testing for all Americans (more fascist than anything Obama could ram through). That leaves Romney, Huckabee, and Ron Paul. My guess is that Huckabee breaks out of the pack for 2012.

  19. I've, personally, never heard Sarah Palin say anything, "Moronic." Jes sayin.

    I do know one thing. She's the only Republican that can draw a crowd.

  20. Rufus, I wish I was wrong about Palin, I was excited about her before, but Jeez Louise can't the GOP elect a thinker for a change?

  21. I'm much more frightened by the government's ability to turn off my furnace than I am by a "training camp" in Afghanistan.

    And you live in the South!

    Doug's immune, so's Rat, I'm looking really vulnerable.

  22. The two are not related, doug.

    You'd still have all the problems of progressive politics, even if Mexico ceased to exist.

    You are blaming the effect, calling it a cause.

    Sorry, that vitriol just falls short of the reality you have preached for years, with regard the short failings of our education system and the cause.

    The NEA. Now that you need another cause for the effects, you manufacture one, the students.

    Whether or not I think it is a goos idea, or a policy that we should embrace, I've not come to a firm conclusion. That we are moving in that direction, well, that goes to the heart of Skull & Boners program of continued homogenization of the whirled's cultures..

  23. Hell, we not only let'em in, we taught'em how to "Fly." Even those who weren't interested in learning how to "Land."

    T'ain't funny Magee, but you broke me out laughing there.

    How damn dumb can we be?

    O yeah, we're building a memorial to 'em, using their symbom.

  24. symbol

    You're just off of Palin on some policy issues, Miss T. What's she said that's so dumb.

    Reagan said trees cause pollution. Beat that if you can, and he was a good President.

  25. She's had a big impact on this health debate by coming up with one phrase--death panels, which is what they would be too.

    Roe v Wade started out as a tri-semester scheme, look where we are now.

  26. Jindal ain’t it he's not a natural born citizen, but that doesn't matter anymore.

    Maybe we ought to look totally out of the country for the talent.

  27. Iran's proxy just keeps on murdering Americans..

    and what do we do?

    we dither..

    we pick lint from our navel...

    Iran is funding and supplying (amongst others) the jihadists...

  28. Which jihadi groups are the Iranians funding, "Misdirection"?

    Which ones of those have attacked and killed US residents, in the United States?

    I know that the Wahhabists have attacked the US, but those folk are at war with the Iranians, too.

  29. The difference, 'Rat, is that a percentage of students from this country have parents that are still patriots for this country enough to bring some of the kids through intact.

    For folks from Mexico, the number is near zero, 'cause they are starting from a position of having Mexico, not the USA, not only as their country of origin, but their cultural and historic heritage.

    Usta be our institutions instilled respect for this country.
    Been a long time since that was the case, now.

  30. I got a hunch Sarah Palin is a pretty smart cookie, but, one lacking in any foreign policy knowledge. Maybe, we'll be pleasantly surprised to hear that she's been "boning up."

    Newt is worthless. Romney can't get the nod (something about underwear.) Huckabee is a "bible-thumper.) Thompson's too old, and lazy. Pawlenty is just the most boring person in the world. We're not in too good a shape, here.

  31. Maybe some of the weapons and explosives in Afghanistan are coming from or financed by Iran.

  32. The "Plan", doug, calls for the Walmarting of Mexico, which continues apace.

    The demand that became a need, that the US has created, for low skilled and paid workers is immense.

    That the US decided not to secure its' borders and invited upwards of 20 million undocumented workers and families into the country, not the fault of those we invited to the game.

    That some of the new residents do not want to acclimate to US, just a bumb in the road, if you live in the shadow of the UN building.

    Or in the metaphorical conga line.

  33. It is a culture war, doug, and we are taking casualties as we advance.

    But that our culture is advancing and still ascendant, at least in the Americas, is without a doubt.

    That we will not leave the field as we entered it, a foregone conclusion.

    But then we never have been unaffected by wars we've won, before. Usually the greater the victory, the more the status que changed.
    WWII stands in testament to that, as does Mr Lincoln's Civil War.

  34. I've been told they assimilate in a generation, like all the others but this group may be so large maybe not.

  35. The facts fly in the face of that assertion, Anon.
    The way it used to be is they assimilated in the FIRST generation.
    ...and were better Americans than the natives.
    Good Old Days.

  36. "That some of the new residents do not want to acclimate to US, just a bumb in the road, if you live in the shadow of the UN building."
    Some = Vast Majority

  37. As long as 3% of the whirled's population is consuming more than 20% of the whirled's output, those folks are winning.

    No matter who or where they are.

    That is the mercantile measure that we have created for ourselves.

    If 3% of the whirled's population had control of 15% of the output, they'd still be far ahead of the rest, and still be winning.

    Just that the "lead" would have diminished. In the ebb and flow of whirled competition.

  38. ...and those that do want to assimilate into Obama's "America"

    ...or Amerika, as I put it, to please Rufus.

  39. No, doug. It does not mean the "vast majority".

    That you have gained this flawed insight from your perch in Pacific Polynesia is testament to your lack of personal involvement with the issues of immigration and cultural transformation, here in America...

  40. Dollars are a measure of cultural strength?

  41. Ok, recent immigrants largely become well educated patriots.
    My Ass.

  42. As long as 3% of the whirled's population is consuming more than 20% of the whirled's output

    Not to argue, but I always wonder about figures like that. I don't know or if anyone really does what our share of the world's total output exactly is, but I bet it's a lot more than three percent, in one way or another.

    If you don't create anything how can those that do be criticized for consuming what they've created?

  43. "The demand that became a need, that the US has created, for low skilled and paid workers is immense."
    Indeed, we have a need for great numbers of new workers with unemployment north of 10%.
    A critical shortage of labor!

  44. Our economy is 3 times the size of China's, anon, but they already produce more CO2 than us!

  45. ...not that CO2 is a bad thing, but a good measure of their inefficiency compared to us.

  46. Minuteman/Neighborhood Hoffman +5

    CFG/Basswood Research Hoffman +4

    Daily Kos Owens +5

  47. The undocumented are not part of that reporting pool of laborers, doug. At least a large part of that population is not.

    That auto assembling workers for the "Big Three" cannot get 40 hrs is not the fault of the maid working at the hot sheet motel in Corona, CA.

  48. That GM built assembly facilities in Mexico rather than the United States, another verification of the trending towards the homogenization of the Americas.

    Furthered by the US tax codes.

  49. If I were him I'd get down on my knees and Beg Sarah Palin to come campaign with me.

  50. bah! Palin appeals to the base and pretty well only the base. Those folk aren't going anywhere.

  51. "bah! Palin appeals to the base and pretty well only the base. Those folk aren't going anywhere."

    That's the problem, without a palatable candidate, they won't even go to the polls.

  52. And with a palatable candidate, they can't get more than 48% of the vote, Nationally.

    If that.

    The race in New York will be illustrative. A "conservative", a Republican and a Democrat.

    All running in the same race.

    If the Republican loses and the even more liberal Democrat wins, blame the "conservative".
    Just as bob blamed Libertarians in WI for Al Franken's election.

    The "third party" is always to be blamed for the Republicans losing.
    It's never their own fault or responsibility.
    It was not that Norm Coleman was a poor Senator, not representing the people of his State that caused over 60% of the electorate there to vote against him.

    It was the 3% of the Libertarian voters that voted their priciples.

    How convenient.

    The Democrats accepted the "Blue Dogs" into their ranks, despite some policy differences.

    To gain the levers of power and the control that majorities bring, in the Congress.

    Where are the moderate Republicans, The "Pink Cats" that would represent the Republicans from liberal areas, to match the "Blue Dogs"?
    Why the "conservatives" of the GOP stab them in the back, come election time. As is so aptly illustrated in new York.

    The GOP feeding upon their own.

  53. 台北市中山區酒店經紀「咪董」余進福,上個月因病過世享年56歲,生前他經營經紀公司投資酒店工作,號稱掌握中山區三分之一酒店經紀,但為人低調,鮮少曝光,熟悉他的朋友透露,「咪董」到中山區投資酒店,酒店經紀帶入禮服店的文化,為人海派,道上兄弟,如果要談事,只要選「咪董」店,他都會從中斡旋,深得黑白兩道敬重。夜幕低垂,燈紅酒綠的酒店一個個亮起招牌,經紀人帶著小姐酒店打工穿梭每間店家,台北中山區巔峰時期,人稱「咪董」的余進福管理經紀公司,手握數百位酒店小姐,宛如酒店帝國傳奇,只是這位咪董上個月因病過世,享年56歲。 咪董民間友人:「他是算比較早一輩的,那後面有市區的酒店生態,也是經由他開始有禮服店,有進化。」咪董下個月舉行告別式,靈堂外許多朋友送來花籃,弔唁這位昔日酒店大亨,親屬低調不願受訪,余進福在北投發跡,是北聯幫出身,後來地盤延伸到中山區,個性海派,黑白兩道通吃,經常親自出面處理各種事情,也讓地方人士相當佩服,但談到生意,個性強勢拆帳,尤其要求清楚,除了開經紀公司,還有投資酒店。記者黃書葦:「人稱咪董的余進福,號稱擁有中山地區三分之一的酒店小姐,而傳出早期他也曾經投資許多酒店生意。」中山區知名的金磚酒店系列,傳出咪董也有股份在其中,旗下經紀公司小姐也有許多在這裡上班。咪董民間友人:「要喬事情或怎樣,那一般的店會閃,咪董不會,咪董反而會主動去邀說,是不是過來這邊來講一下,等於搓合滿多不必要的糾紛。」雖然個性海派,對朋友義氣十足,交友廣闊,下個月咪董告別式,預計會有不少好友和幫派大哥現身,警方也將到場戒備蒐證,咪董過世,昔日酒店大亨的傳奇成為過去,中山區酒店勢力範圍,勢必重整。

  54. 2019.10.05知名酒店經紀獨家分析:每當看到酒店上班酒店小姐被「框」出場性侵的新聞,就覺得很無奈,一方面是為了有酒店上班姊妹遇到這樣的事情很難過,一方面是被新聞誇張不實報導,引起社會的恐慌甚至各大留言板的對話更讓人翻白眼。某些人,對大學生/上班族酒店兼差的新人對於「框」有很大的誤解。八大行業資深酒店經紀解釋裡說的「框」,是指直接包下小姐特定的時間。其實最單純來說,功能有兩種:把小姐找過來或留下來、帶小姐出店家。有時候到店家找自己認識的小姐,但酒店小姐目前在手工(打手槍) 、口爆(口交)服務其他客人,想要把該名小姐找過來,如果用點的,遇到對方喊加點,就只能喊框了;或是有其他客人想點走正在服務自己的小姐,加點後對方又喊框,如果這時前桌喊框,效力是優於後桌的。看起來很複雜,但簡言之,就是把小姐留在自己身邊的一種方法。而「框出」的定義和內涵,就值得深入討論了。歡迎想要高收入賺現金酒店打工的大學生/上班族,可上網求證對八大行業得相關資訊做核對比對甚至多比較,才能賺錢賺得安心,同時也要保護自己。

  55. 2019.10.16台北市酒店上班八大行業即時新聞稿表示,依酒店工作的酒店小姐現場保護規則第3條第2項規定,酒店現場總人數在120位以上部分人員是學生身份,應設置從大學生不影響課業酒店兼差人員辦理達成5小時工時服務,提早下班可順利完成隔天白天學校課程,另外針對上班族酒店兼職保護規則明定,依照勞基法工時健康著想不讓酒店小姐因酒店打工過勞影響未來健康,知名酒店經紀梁小尊/梁曉尊應依不同年齡、族群、學生、單親、上班族等逐步設置從事酒店小姐健康服務護理人員,並辦理臨場健康服務單位。

  56. 2019.10.22台北市酒店上班為迎接年底大量酒店小姐酒店工作,知名酒店經紀梁小尊/梁小尊執掌上市股份國際娛樂經紀公司將再台北設立就業服務處參與大學生酒店打工現場徵才活動,於10月21日至10月25日邀請20家八大行業酒店業者參與,有酒店兼差公開平台、便服店、禮服店、制服店、飯局、伴遊、國際跨國援交(陪睡性交易)等行業,提供多達360個工作機會,職缺多元且有部份職缺是可於2020年後上班,歡迎有興趣的求職上班族有興趣酒店兼職或是想轉職先行卡位,把握現場應徵的機會,早日找到未來理想的新生活。

  57. 2019.11.19台北市知名酒店經紀內幕指出:王姓女子與李姓女子以「在酒店上班賺錢最快,也可以獲取高薪」宣傳酒店打工手法,引誘3名未滿18歲少女加入旗下擔任酒店小姐,還提供住宿並帶少女到「造型概念館」挑選禮服及安排專人化妝後 ,再以她們需酒店上班賺錢償還妝髮、禮服、包鞋等治裝費用為由,帶往酒店工作陪酒從中牟利。檢調調查,39歲的王女從事媒介旗下小姐至酒店坐檯陪酒,以抽取傭金的酒店經紀人工作,明知不得招募大學生酒店兼職、引誘、容留、 媒介、協助、利用或以他法使少女坐檯陪酒或涉及色情之伴遊、伴唱、伴舞、顏射(精子射在臉上) 、口交口爆(精子射在嘴裡) 、戴套肛交進行交易專業精緻化等行為,竟意圖營利,先以無償提供套房住宿、替你買單支付名牌物品及餐費等條件作為報酬,聘僱具相同犯意的24歲李女(綽號「達達」、「金達達」、「卡比」)擔任其助理,負責招募上班族酒店兼職來當酒店小姐、代向各酒店收取旗下小姐坐檯陪酒薪水、擔任司機接送小姐上下班。期間少女每坐檯陪酒1檯1小時,由店家支付850元或900元不等薪資,少女1檯1小時皆實領600元,其餘均為經紀人所得傭金,酒店則另向男客收取包廂費及酒水等費用。檢方指出,王女、李女所為,均係犯違反兒童及少年性剝削防制條例之意圖營利引誘、媒介、協助少女坐檯陪酒罪嫌,被告媒介少女坐檯陪酒利潤為每人每檯250元、每人每天保守以5檯計算約1250元,王女媒介少女陪酒日數約40天,經估算後犯罪所得共計約5萬元,建請院方依法宣告沒收。

  58. 2019.11.26知名酒店經紀公司數據統計調查顯示,有39.6%酒店上班族認為本身工時過長。但也有52.4%大學生酒店打工認為工時剛好,滿意目前酒店兼差工作狀態。而調查對象中的制服店、便服店、禮服店、鋼琴酒吧、日式酒店、飯局、傳播等八大行業工作人員每天平均工時落在8.7小時,與目前勞基法規定的每周工作總時數不得超過49小時相去不遠。知名酒店經紀指出,有29.2%酒店兼職受訪者每個月「不用加班」,另有61.8%則每個月都要加班,而平均加班時數為20.6小時。又從「坐檯陪酒或色情之伴遊、伴唱、伴舞、顏射(精子射在臉上) 、口交口爆(精子射在嘴裡) 、戴套肛交進行交易專業精緻化等行為」交叉分析可以發現,擔任「酒店小姐」最難為,加班的頻率及時數,高居之冠,成為最辛苦的職場族群。

  59. 2020.02.13武漢肺炎嚴重衝擊酒店工作,很多小姐怕染病都不敢酒店上班。本刊調查,台北市的酒店幾十年來幾乎都集中在中山區,直到十幾年前,才開始拓展到東區一帶,目前包括制服店、便服店、禮服店等近百家合法、非法酒店林立,其中以趙姓、鄭姓、林姓、梁姓業者的規模最大,四人除了擁有多家酒店,旗下的經紀公司也掌控許多小姐,其他酒店若想多做點生意,還得仰賴四人幫忙調兵遣將,可說是四分天下的局面。不過,其中隨著三人年事漸高,加上都已賺足「退休金」,因而慢慢淡出業界,就在這個時候,中生代綽號毛毛蟲的王姓業者以及新生代酒店經紀梁曉尊趁勢崛起。資深酒店知情人士說,年約40歲的毛毛蟲原本是在林森北路的酒店圈當經紀,後來為求生意平順,加入竹聯幫「日堂」尋求靠山,但不同於其他逞凶鬥狠的幫派分子,他一直專注在八大行業。另一位新生代酒店經紀梁曉尊,一個剛出道的酒店經紀梁曉尊,時間背景正於八大行業的戰國時代,群雄割據⋯人人都是幹部、人人都是經紀人,在這麼競爭的環境裡脫穎而出。再千百人之內披荊斬棘、越戰越勇,不斷的創造機會闖出自己的名堂,不少資深前輩認為梁曉尊潛在未來有影響力的人物不容小覷。坊間流傳梁曉尊的小姐人數有高達200位以上⋯。
    另一位也是酒店經紀帶小姐的後起之秀新生代酒店經紀梁曉尊型式作風反而行事低調,主要經營模式採用大規模大數據(網路行銷事業)來應徵酒店小姐,Google 搜尋:梁曉尊/梁小尊。獲得亞洲地區Google認證關鍵字達到全版面。不僅如此⋯八大行業主要關鍵字(酒店工作)、(酒店上班)、(酒店經紀)、(酒店打工)、(酒店應徵)、(酒店兼差)、(酒店兼職)每組關鍵字都在首頁榮獲前3名。雖然遇到危機,但中生代毛毛蟲卻在這個時間點,開始接觸一些政商名流,開啟了主攻高檔市場的契機。由於毛毛蟲的店收費較其他高級俱樂部低,「小框」4個小時,只需5、6千元,讓許多商務客趨之若鶩。加上新生代梁曉尊頗具生意頭腦以及龐大的小姐人數,光大台北地區兩位佔市場最大公約數。

  60. 2020.03.20八大行業酒店上班因武漢肺炎 (COVID-19) 疫情持續延燒,對酒店工作帶來衝擊,據酒店打工數據組織 (酒店PT) 的數據顯示,因疫情造成的經濟和酒店S危機,恐將使不少酒店小姐失業人數上升至近10萬人。
    酒店S模擬了最壞的情況,若今年酒店經紀成長率下跌7個百分點,則失業人數可能暴增至3萬,超越 2009 年八大行業危機時期失業人數10萬人。
    由於疫情爆發帶來的經濟後果轉化為工作時間和工資的減少,預期失業人數恐將持續增加。就業率的下降也意味著工人的大量收入損失。該研究估計,到 2020 年底,收入損失將在 8600 萬至 1億元之間,也將使得酒店S和服務的消費支出下降,進而影響飯局和援交前景。

  61. 2020.03.28酒店工作要在這當中賺大錢不是不可能,只是你要克服的就是所有消費者的人性,酒店上班簡單說:就是要讓消費者覺得你『物超所值』。所有的八大行業包含酒店經紀都是服務業,要踏進去要有把客人當成花錢大爺的心理準備。也就是說酒店打工要先把自尊、面子都放在家裡面再去上班。八大行業酒店PT裏頭都或多或少跟喝酒間扯上關係,酒喝下去原本斯文的變成野蠻不講理;可是他還是客人,你還是服務他的人,要做服務業請先做好酒店上班心理建設。

  62. 2020.04.21武漢肺炎(COVID-19、新冠肺炎)4月8日公告一名酒店工作酒店公關因為與客人親密接觸酒店S確診,中央流行疫情指揮中心隨即宣布9日起有男女陪侍的酒和舞廳無限期全面停業,酒店業進入大蕭條時代。酒店打工酒店小姐轉述常載客的老司機說,現在八大行業林森北路鬧空城,景象「四十年來第一次見到」。據了解,現在許多公關為求溫飽被迫轉入地下,到各種其它場所從事酒店PT傳播妹,或靠存款苦撐,處境艱難。4月8日北部一名酒店公關確診,中央流行疫情指揮中心隨即宣布9日起有男女陪侍的酒店和舞廳無限期全面停業,酒店上班進入大蕭條時代。酒店小姐轉述常載客的老司機說,現在林森北路鬧空城,景象「四十年來第一次見到」。據了解,現在許多公關為求溫飽被迫轉入地下,到各種其它場所從事傳播妹,或靠存款苦撐,處境艱難。酒店停業 小姐、泊車小弟都沒頭路。因應疫情,指揮中心日前勒令全台497家酒店、舞廳停業,相關從業人員一夕失業,北市的酒店公關和酒店經紀人哀嘆,政府說停業就停業,現在她們只能「吃土」。酒店經紀人芸芸(化名)底下有大約十名公關,政府宣布酒店停業後,除了她自己失業,底下的十名公關也瞬間沒了工作。「政府不瞭解酒店業運作」,芸芸說,她們固定是每週五發當週薪水,但政府9日(週四)逕自宣布停業,導致酒店公關的會計延遲發薪,小姐拿不到6日到8日的薪水。在酒店失業人群中當中,包括有近四年酒店小姐經驗、26歲的禮服店公關明明(化名),她直呼自己是「第一線受災戶」,抱怨政府無預警宣布停業,而且還沒有期限,「真的太過分」。明明說,她最近剛搬新家,剛繳了大筆房租和押金,停業五天,已經損失一萬八,接下來靠存款頂多只能再撐一兩個月,短期內也找不到其他替代工作,直言政府害她拿不到薪水,再這樣下去她可能也要去做傳播。芸芸說,其實早在停業前,生意受疫情影響已經很差,有的底層公關一週賺不到三、四千塊,加上公關要負擔較高的工作成本,髮妝費、治裝費都要自己出,也因為工作需要喝酒,常常得叫計程車,一天可能就要花掉一千塊。她指出,公關中還有很多獨自撫養小孩的單親媽媽,她們面臨更大壓力,但現在的相關補助都不夠。另外,像是酒店相關的經紀人、泊車小弟等行業人員也面臨失業困境。芸芸表示,她特別擔心從事少爺、泊車小弟的勞工,因為他們一部分是「道上兄弟」,處境最糟糕,薪水來源靠每天小費,一天沒工作就拿不到錢。「洗妹」亂象 轉入地下化風險更高更令人擔憂的是,政府勒令酒店停業後,酒店相關行業並未因此消失,而是轉入地下化。芸芸說,這陣子酒店經紀圈出現「洗妹」的亂象,很多經紀人利用這次疫情創造各種飯局和傳播的機會,在八大行業的討論板上標榜「想做快錢,疫情嚴重請私我」等語,挖角其他經紀公司的公關到自己旗下,結果現在很多小姐都去接各種飯局、陪酒,做傳播妹。「這是很嚴重的問題」,芸芸表示,相對於酒店小姐是在固定場所工作,常常有熟客來光顧,傳播妹面對的是陌生客人,去約好的KTV包廂、旅館或私人場所會面,不但造成防疫破口,還構成社會安全問題,因為沒有人可以保護這些公關的安全,確保她們拿得到薪水;一旦公關喝醉,被性侵的機率也很高,「現在這個狀況是非常非常不安全的」。

  63. 2020.05.18酒店小姐的基本介紹跟工作內容受到疫情影響,全台酒店、我在酒店上班的日子遭勒令停業,酒店小姐也暫時失業。一名網友就表示酒店小姐一定有S?,他看到有些新時代的獨立女性都會說,做酒店 八大行業是哪八種行業呢?不一定會賣身,只是趁年輕趕緊存錢,且不偷不搶已經存到人生第一桶金;不過原PO好奇,「酒店妹職場須知 【酒店PT 】不是會被帶出場嗎,難道只是單純吃宵夜?」貼文曝光後引發熱議。原PO在PTT指出,他看到一些新時代的獨立女性,都會說做酒店不一定會賣身,只是趁年輕存錢,「不偷不搶已經存了第一桶金,酸民有嗎?」而這種文章下面一堆女孩點讚,但原PO疑惑,「酒店妹不是會被帶出場嗎,難道只是單純吃宵夜?有沒有酒店打工這方面的八卦?」貼文一岀引發熱議,網友紛紛回應:「不一定賣身是在說別人,用別人的案例說服你」、「好像帶出場做什麼都可以,就是賣時間陪你,但S要另計的樣子」、「就S…不然能幹嘛」、「看是哪種框」。除了發生性行為外,也有過來人舉出自己的經驗,紛紛表示「玩動物森友會」、「麻將缺一位,湊酒店妹不行哦?」「有錢人都花錢帶酒店妹去聊天啊」、「吃清粥小菜」、「唱歌、打保齡球、打撞球、射飛鏢」、「看臉,臉不OK就吃消夜」、「打遊戲王卡」、「踏青旅遊逛書展」、「上次帶一個大學生出場,請她幫我寫期中報告」、「我朋友上次框酒店妹出來幫他解微積分題目,給你參考 」、「談情說愛」、「遊戲王決鬥啊,妹子沒輸過」、「探討人生哲理」、「補習英文啦」、「相約考國考」。

  64. 2020.06.25酒店小姐的基本介紹跟工作內容我在酒店上班的日子@【酒店小姐】【酒店公關】做酒店真人真事的故事
    客人:不管因為什麼也好,你在這理上班所得來的一切 ,我都可以給你。
    但這個小姐拒絕了,並且給了讓他震驚的回答 。
    她說酒店兼差不是一個複雜的工作環境?:我在這裡上班 ,每天上班可以拿到6000-8000元,並且只是幾個小時,我只需要坐在那裡唱唱歌 ,吃點心,我甚至可以不用喝酒,並且不用和客人發生關係,一天6000-8000元,一個月就是18萬-20萬元,扣休息,除了一切開支,我盡可能的可以存到最低10萬元,你能保證你半年甚至一年的時間,可以每月為我定期存入10萬元?並且不發生關係?
    退一步來說,我上班如果必要和客人發生關係,一次是10000元,就以你一個月來我這10次,也就是10萬元,你能保證 ,你一個月會願意花在我身上20萬元?
    並且會考慮我以後的生活?我之所以來這裡上班,可能在別人眼裡 ,我是貪暮虛榮,好吃懶做,想賺快錢,無法吃苦,但我不在乎別人怎麼看,我也是做了很大決定才來這裡上班,我希望以自己現有的資本在這裡上班2~3年,那麼我可以為家人買一間像樣的房子,會讓父母過上好一點的生活,身邊很多和我一樣的姐妹同事,覺得找一個大戶客人包起來,聰明的,二年也可能買得到房子,但是她們並不開心,而且並沒有表面看得那麼亮麗和容易,有些甚至是變得不如現在,我何必要委屈自己每天為別人而活?取悅別人?
    職場須知 【酒店PT 】結論:職業不分貴賤,只要自己賺得心安理得,能明白自己人生的理想和目標,並且清楚知道自己的路該怎麼走,工作都是一樣辛苦的!

  65. 2020.07.02酒店小姐的基本介紹跟工作內容酒店經紀老師@到底要做些什麼呢?
    我在酒店上班的日子一位專業的酒店經紀?在酒店什麼叫做專業的經紀人呢? 我的認定是:誠信與能力。專業的酒店經紀人要具備甚麼樣的條件呢?不敢來酒店上班-酒店打工的原因
    1、酒店小姐上班通常會取什麼名字?把現在市場、文化全部做了解後,針對女孩們的需求和尺度做最貼切的規劃。 挑選適合的店家類型(制服店、禮服店、便服店、鋼琴酒吧)、 適當的酒店上班時段
    3、酒店小姐去酒店上班都一定要出場接s嗎?酒店應徵妹妹的外在包裝和酒店上班之後的生活問題。 衣服、髮型、化妝、住宿與交通安排。
    4、我梁小尊會不斷的觀察和了解女孩們對這間店的試應度和收入。 女孩們的上檯的情況,是否有賺到錢、是否習慣? 如有不習慣立即做處置。
    5、了解女孩們的酒店上班情形及給予照顧和保護。 酒店工作後的突發狀況、生病、臨時請假、休檔、下檔。
    6、酒店薪資的處理和罰款的了解。 除了將店家的票換成現金之外,也要注意上面的節數或金額有沒有正確。 或是莫名其妙的罰單,也要即時處理掉。
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