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Their Service Entitles Them To Low-Cost Loans. But Veterans Often Pay More.
"John. Four is a retired marine corps. Colonel he served for twenty seven years. Did you see the big fish jumped for is giving me a virtual tour of his harbourside house in a development in punto gorda florida. He's got a dock and a little powerboat and can you see the pool. Oh yeah oh. That's gorgeous yeah all right. Can you see the kayaks and the dock. Actually four is making me kind of jealous of his house at the start of the year interest rates were falling and he wanted to refinance with the. Va loan that has alone backed by the us. Department of veterans affairs vets and service members are supposed to be able to an extra low interest rate and better terms that way so you started calling around and he says the company loaned depot told him we can do. Va loan for you. But it's going to be at three seven five percent interest and they had a lot of fees in there but it was a lower rate than he had at the time so he says he was just about to do the deal with lump depot when he happened to see an ad for. Va loan to a company. Called own up. He went through them and he says he paid lower fees and got more than a full percentage point lower on the rate on his three hundred and thirty thousand dollar loan. That means about twenty five hundred dollars a year in lower payments. He he says when he went back and told loan depot about the better deal. They then offered him a much lower rate to as a veteran. You expect you're getting something from the government. I i was shocked that they didn't just tell me outright. What the best rate. What's a lot of veterans. Assume the same thing according to patrick boy adji. He's the ceo of own up. It's a new company that helps people find a good deal on home loans through a group of different lenders. He says veterans think. They're supposed to get a really good interest rate on a. Va loan so many. Don't shop around but says while these loans are backed by the va they're made by private companies and he says some will head people with much higher costs and basically a worse deal than they qualify for. And they're veterans the. Sit there and think to yourself that this person who served our country is now going to get taken advantage of. And they had no clue they had no idea so in his company did a study. They're releasing it today. They took the top twenty lenders for va loans and looked at the annual percentage rate that the companies charged borrowers on all the loans they made last year and so when we looked at the spread candidly. We were quite surprised that it was as wide as it. Was that the best lenders. And the worst lenders were so far apart from one another. The study found that navy. Federal credit union offered people. The lowest rates at the other higher cost end of the spectrum was a lender called new day. Usa it's a new day for veterans. Who want to refinance at me as a vet. The company is a sponsor of the army navy. Football game it runs. Tv ads with plenty of american flags. We wanna do whatever is best for the individual service person. The study found that of the top twenty. Va lenders new day charged. The highest interest rates more than a full percentage point higher the navy federal which over the life of three hundred thousand dollar thirty year loan is more than seventy thousand dollars. More in interest payments new day in a statement said that the study has a quote serious flaw. It said that's because the study lumps together different types of va loans. That are not the same but michael. Hoon is skeptical of that explanation. He's the president of the non-profit center for responsible lending. The information from this lender does not explain their borrowers are being charged so much more than other lenders are charging. Their va borrowers as far as loan depot. The company that john four. I talked to the study. Found that during two thousand nineteen. It's rates were about average. The company is also a recent financial supporter of npr biology. With own up says the big takeaway from his study for him is that people need to shop around and find the best rate that they can and negotiate for the best rate. Because if you don't it could be one of the most costly mistakes you make in your financial life that's good advice for. Va loans and other types of mortgages to chris arnold npr
"adji" Discussed on First of All
"Into hives. But he wouldn't tell anyone because he didn't want to be a burden and it's like Oh God and I was like is he created. No He's White House like what just has too many Korean friends. That's what he apparently we're bad. Just hold it in and just die with it with honor but yeah it's just you're getting older now and we have to take this really seriously because what's the point. What's the point of doing all these big things? If you're literally die on the inside you're you're going to die. I'm struggling with the well. It's different health issues. Will pop up here and there for me like that year. I think that's around when I met you in his twenty fourteen fifteen. That's when I I was sick every two weeks and I could feel my body like again if it was something that I did not address. I was like this is literally thirteen months straight of me being sick every two weeks. I would be good for like three or four days and I get sick again and everyone was like commenting. They're making fun of I but people were like African Sarin. Like yo is your immune system. Non-existent remember remember. You would be posting about like oh I have a cold again. Yeah I'm sick. I'm always a psych. This girl. She needs to slow down and I did like one percent. That's like it was an indication. I felt it in my body. Like your if you keep us up like your body can't keep doing this. I felt I was getting more tired more week. And all the stuff so there are actual things. Here's here's my I think a larger point. I would love to get your two sons on with this new profound gratitude that you have increased. I feel like you're always grateful person. I've had a very positive person doesn't except for granted but I think it is a new level when you go through something this it's it's weird. Yeah but like I also I also feel except it's a weird balance of sometimes you're just dealt really difficult cards and I think those are things out of your control but also I'm a control freak a little bit. I'm a very like empowered person and I want to empower other people to to be like after everything we've all gone through there. Are Things within your power? There are things that you can do for your own benefit for your own betterment. And that's your power. That's awesome responsibility right. So like how. Are you then implementing like we talk? We were talking eating dinner. We'RE TALKING ABOUT FASTING. And like what have you so you're like online researching about this stuff. Have you been you've been doing the past? I've been doing intermittent fasting for the last spent almost a year. Okay I would just eating when there would be from twelve to eight and it kind of just worked out for me because I would wake up. Go to work and then you get busy with work where the time goes by so my just kind of fits my lifestyle anyways. You know there's a lot of data behind the intermittent fasting but there's also a lot of data with the prolonged fasting thing. Sue thing I am from that I'm learning. We don't need a lot of food to operate and the whole thing about. Oh we should eat. Are you full then you we should stop? People should stop doing that too. Like you just eat enough. You don't need to eat to your full and you can't breath. That's like a big problem with America. I really really hate when people eat like that. Because it's like well it's not good for you. It's really not you think it's fine but ultimately it's not good in its you're increasing these crazy sugar levels in your body and it takes a toll and that's what I think. I just hope I really love learning of Hook. The body and a tough Adji is like the coolest thing to me is a tough. Adji is our basically our disposal of dead cells and stuff that we don't need in our bodies Is What happens when you enter a fasted state that means basically you haven't eaten in a large number of hours usually scientifically data speaking. It's about after the twelve hour. Mark you don't to fourteen are mark. Usually your body enters a different phase. Your body changes and is always trying to heal. It's always trying to be optimal energy. Usage is always trying to rest and like be at a good level and we with all of our sugar and Oliver Alcohol and different. You know different things that we do pleasure wise which we quit like food and drink and all that stuff with kind of messing up sometimes and there's a way to lake is also a strategist. I'm like how can I enjoy food and everything but also like help my body so I'm not trying to look when I look at fasting. It's just like a frame work. I'm not like oh I'm killing myself and like I can't eat I'm like Nah I just want to eat. When it's best for my body I think once you get into that mindset of I'm doing something better for my body it's not about the immediate taste I don't know I feel like it. Just gets easier then like. I was able to because of this whole thing. I wasn't really paying attention to what I was eating so I lost fifteen pounds. I went from one. Seventy five to one sixty guy. They're like oh no no I I feel like I looked better head. Oh how do you get ripped? Oh you get sick and you don't eat and then you'll get fugger six bags. Whatever but I was just thinking i. I was really focused on something else. I wasn't eating and I lost a lot of weight so if people are looking to lose weight it just to stop eating. Intermittent fasting is very effective for weight loss. I wasn't I began intermittent fasting without trying and another episode. If you guys want to check that out with autumn L. Nutrition. She's actually youtuber. Who talks a lot about? She's really great like short succinct videos on the benefits and practices of intermittent fasting. I like cold emailed her and I was like can I interview awesome and we connected shoe super educational. Her videos helped me a lot. But I wanNA sharing with her. As I started intermittent fasting without trying I literally switched my workouts from end of day when I was exhausted. I didn't WANNA move like I need to do this in the morning. So actually get it. Soon doing fasted workouts. Yeah so awesome. Further accelerated looking better. 'cause this is actually if you look great. I don't feel like right now but thank you. That's what it was like an inadvertent. I wasn't trying but I'm just flipping that one thing made me eat later and work out earlier and again in terms of like if you guys are looking to get really fit. It is really effective for weight loss for like burning Max calories efficiently all that stuff and I feel like in terms of mental clarity. It helped that it helps out like that. I was sleeping better. Yeah Yeah Dude. Big freaking deal for me. I think everybody. Are you sleeping? I? It's funny. Download the sleeping up right. You Wear Your Apple. Watch you pay thirty bucks a year for that for them to track your sleep. I avoid known that I'm a light sleeper. I'm a very light sleeper. According to this APP attracts tracking your movement while you sleep.
"adji" Discussed on The Brink
"Welcome to Business is on the brink of production from iheartradio and how stuff works commodore had the most popular Peter of all time yes even against apple and Microsoft and later would upgrade to merge with another computer system making them a double powerhouse but the seems Adji that made the brand sell so well was the same glitch in the system that would eventually lead to its crash it's a calculated story full of crazy drama that sometimes might make you go does not compute so join us as we take a bite that's be Whitey into the story of Commodore as a business on the brink hey everybody on aerial.
"adji" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"So many of you that have been listening to me week after week, you might be wondering what kind of financial professional. I am. So let me tell you. I'm a financial professional that specializes in income planning. The problem is that most of you have been meeting with financial professionals that specialize in if come planning so you catch all that my financial strategies are called income planning because you can't you can count on it to come in the no market restraint. Adji is us are based on contractual guarantees backed up by the assets of very large highly rated companies, so therefore you can count on your money coming in to your retirement. So most brokers and financial planners specialize in if come planning, I call it if come because you don't know if it's going to be there when you need it. If come is retirement money that is invested in stocks and bonds and mutual funds, and and even even variable annuities, so if come is the type of money that can be gone overnight because of some war economic downturn or because some crooked CEO or Bank caused your retirement to collapse. So also, let me ask you do you want income planning that you can.
"adji" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Keep them strict, and you only have coffee or only have tea or only have water absent of calories. Avoid any supplements. That contain calories. This include fish oil this include amino acids, this would include. Pretty much anything. That has calories. Even key tones have calories. You stay away from all that. But if you're simply fasting to kind of feel good decrease in body fat and sleep better than you. Don't have to be quite as strict, and in my opinion, you know, doing doing things like having a little bit of fat in the coffee in the morning to allow you to be able to go until lunch with good energy levels or taking amino acids before a fasted workout to maintain muscle levels, in my opinion. The speed bump for a tough Adji is very very slight in those kind of situations and the pros outweigh the cons. So there were next up does coffee hurt or harm, your fast, black coffee can enhance fatty acid mobilization from adipose tissue. It can enhance cognitive alertness can enhance metabolism. And. If using a French press and not a paper filter a lot of the cholesterol's in the coffee can get transported into the blood brain barrier. More easily in so coffee without actual calories in it. Right. No, no butter. No MCAT oil coconut oil, no SuperFood Cremers like nothing like that. In the coffee. That's the honestly going to assist the fast not harm the fast. There are some researchers like Dr such panda who hypothesize that the taste of anything including coffee can cause this release of increasing hormones or other digestive hormones from the digestive tract that may either make you hungry or may disrupt some of the circadian rhythm benefits of fasting or may decrease even potentially some of the toffee benefits of fasting. But I have never seen research that shows that to be the case, and I think that in most cases coffee tea sparkling water, even non calorie sources of sweeteners like stevia, for example in water or in your beverages is just fine. And does not hurt or harm your fast? Hey, a quick interruption on today's podcast. I want to tell you since we're talking about a spiritual discipline..
"adji" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Do you use any proxy currently available for it? Or I mean, this has to be something that if we put some research into could solve. I mean is there any ipod says on or proxy for or hypotheses of highway could get this done? I mean, I certainly speculated on what some things are probably happening. I mean, clearly, so the way I think of it as more as metabolic signature. I don't think there's like one test. It's not like the St. reactive protein or the LDL particle number words one ask for one test. But what we're really looking for is is a signature. And so that signature will certainly include things that we can already measure, for example, it seems uric acid is going to go up. Although that's not necessarily true. It could be that your it goes up in fasting for a different reason than tough. Gene fact, that's at least fifty percent likely just based on my estimation of thinking about why your gas goes up when you fast. You know, we know that amino acids. I've already alluded to some of them, right? Messiah Ting's going to likely drop under periods of tough Adji. But I think that there's going to be far deeper things than that. For example. We know that when you are fasting and finding goes down tough g has probably going up, but we don't really know least have to go back and let the literature. I'm not exactly convinced at what happens when someone's taking rapamycin, but or well fed with me, no acids at that point in time, there Mathiason would be normal. But yet there's probably still a tough issue going on because the rapamycin his overriding defected, they know assets. So there's something well beyond that and the holy grail would be an integral readout of 'em Torah activity. So in the way that hemoglobin A one c is an integral of glucose over time. We don't have an integral for 'em Torah activity, and that is very very hard problem that I've spoken with sort of the smartest people in the world about and they agree that that's that that classified as a super hard problem is all do we have any immediate ways to measure like can we? Biopsy to measuring tough g currently or is it just a theory. Yeah. If you're if you're I mean, if you're studying this in laboratory animals in your willingness Akra Feis are biopsy him extensively. You can certainly look at long chain microbials and things like that. And get a sense of what's going on from Lices formation. And certainly if we were going to develop an essay for this, which is something I am sort of working on in my quote, unquote, spare time then that's what we will use to verify the ass as so volunteers like me will end up getting lots of muscle biopsies and fat biopsies to then use that as a positive control say, okay? Well, you know under periods of fasting or rabbit Meissner administration where we can demonstrate the you the conversion between LC to and I'll see three which these long chain microbials, which are known to change direction from one type to another under periods of that administration. How does that now associate with the proteome ick?.
"adji" Discussed on Ologies
"I tunes that keeps all podcast van dad ward up in the charts for others to kind of stumble on and also you know i read your reviews i do it every week i just want you to feel seen and then to prove it i read one each week because also it's really delightful that you guys even write that so this week first off i want to say gilwell to sarah maya who left a review about snapping her fibs and tibbs on a trail run who get better man also justin so wrote had to go to an apple store to leave a review i know how important i tunes reviews are for several so i may or may not have gone to an apple store used a mac book there and left her this five star review i love this podcast and have been binge listening to it also thank you to know nicknames left who says remember when discovery channel the learning channel and the history channel word just all aliens in reality tv remember when you could randomly find a documentary on the three gorges dam in china and would just be sucked in for the duration all ogies that so thank you guys so much for leaving those reviews i read j just read three of them i normally just pick one but today i just i just wanted to say thanks to more than one person i but i do i read all of them that you guys left this week and you're just charming your charming human beings but let's get the heck back on mars do you want to okay good so first off many of you were like ward ariel adji is that got something to do with nip slips or what and sadly no areola she comes from aries the greek god of war so mars is roman stage name and the nipples areola region comes from the latin for little garden which i don't know maybe that's something about roman breast hair i'm not sure i just wanted to answer that oversight of the part one episode that should have been the first thing i even talked about everyone's like how did you not talk about aerial so boom partout i did it okay speaking of questions let's now commence the part two of all listener curiosities answered in very squeaky chairs at caltech by the very prepared and enthusiastic wonderful hilarious brainiac interplanetary and through and areola gist dr jennifer booze.
"adji" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"So what i found fascinating one of my critiques the pre millennial dispensationalist guitao adji is that it's it's very eurocentric in america centric in its application and a lot of times what i've seen from this viewpoint is very they handle their business often like darwin a stew when i was a little kid we were told the earth and humanity were millions of years old now you're told it's hundreds of millions of years old and you know carbon dating can't go any more than what is a fourteen or fifteen thousand years of accuracy or something like that so they'll just keep moving the ball it'll be hundreds upon hundreds thousands of millions they'll just keep moving the ball to maintain their narrative cambridge explosion happens we discover that in the fossil record that doesn't fit the idea of slow gradual nature just kind of trying species by chance what works and what doesn't the k brain explosion fossil record doesn't supply that so i guess we'll just have to make it that well took even more years than we thought would ever we have to say to hold onto the narrative the darwinist we'll do alien seeded the planet yes i see strains of that in pre millennial dispensationalist how lindsay writes one of the bestselling books of the nineteen seventies the late great planet earth jesus is coming back in one thousand nine hundred why nine hundred eighty eight may fourteenth nineteen forty eight is when the un charter created israel a biblical a literal biblical generation is forty years so what's forty plus forty eight guys nine hundred eighty eight nine thousand eight came and went cheeses didn't come back well then he changed to well actually the juice didn't take back jerusalem until the six day war of nineteen sixty seven so forty years from nineteen sixty seven now see bought himself another twenty years of book sales two thousand and seven comes and goes what happens guys jason doesn't retire we reached the point where i hit this game by the now now it's well they don't have full conclusion of now we're being told that trump's move the embassy there now they officially have jerusalem while they actually officially recognize jerusalem as their capital believe it was in one thousand nine hundred five or eighty five in other words we're just gonna move dates to fit the narrative.
"adji" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Be done to invest in advance domestic manufacturing to ensure that new and existing technologies are scalable that manufacturers meet domestic and global demand urban successes in developing alternatives to eggbased vaccine such a cell based in recombinant technologies in part because the collaborations and work by bharatha harvard despite these advances in vaccine development the majority of manufacturers is still continuing to produce eggbased vaccines there are reasons for this the eggbased process works and the vaccines are safe and effective but even more so it would required enormous investment to fundamentally change manufacturing however we believe it's worth better understand the potential cell based around competent alternatives some studies have found a cell based for competent vaccines and more if the cages or could be more for cages the neck base vaccines for more data and analyses are needed as one step to better understanding the differences between egg based in cell basic now adji's were using cms data to compare medicare patients that received cellbased vaccines to those who received a neck brace vaccine to determine which vaccine was more effective in that population as we consider greater investments in alternative vaccine development processes it's important to note however that there are also challenges with these new cell based approaches to help address these challenges f days working to help develop more effective cell lines that can better be better scale through continuous manufacturing were also looking at how we develop more robust for competent vaccine manufacturing process to increase yield while reducing costs continuous manufacturing.
"adji" Discussed on This Week In Google
"It's time for twig this week in google jeff jarvis's here from amsterdam kevin marks from the north of england stacy higginbotham from austin we'll talk about epa near g male a new app it will insert replies at your notifications and an ad blocker and chrome you starting tomorrow it's all coming up next twig today yes you are from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for this week a google is provided by cash fly c a c h e f l y dot com this is twig this we can google episode four hundred forty four recorded valentine's day february fourteen twenty eight t the fritter critter this week a google is brought to you by fresh books easy to use cloud accounting software for small business owners bake this year you're most productive year yet try it free for thirty days a fresh books dot com slash twig it's time for twaig this weekend gugel where we will cover whatever the heck we want to we've already been delving deep into word meanings in at amal adji's stacy higginbotham has four books about it she's from stacy at iot that come high stacy allow you guy to see you thank you so much for your help and austin we've got a great final coming up thanks to you i'm still looking for some more people i'll be honest well i like the ones you've you've we've set up i think you and two other people both of whom i think you suggest.
"adji" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"Paul adji's for the fucking all he said was a win a little too hard japan yano bro you completely disrespected their coal exactly in a million way that was a big thing in like the podcast i watch of general she was like i've been to japan she's like it's a beautiful place that people are so respectful have so much honor for where they live and just like you completely just had no regard for their culture in any way like that's not only insulting for youtubers thick that's insulting to americans like yet that they see that and you portray this like awful awful human being that's what they see as americans and that's not okay no not at all you're running around breakage acting like a jackass it'll kept saying was a we will do to her in japan no you were fuck had japan and should make a public apology sad to the country of japan like i swear to god if they stopped making sushi in america afflicted kick logan pi i swear to christ have you ever met loan polar now yes i've met him and he was a deuce then in these interviews now yeah eight admitted a vine meet ups and he's a fucking let's shitty i did there's so many virus that have just pieces shit like peaks a fucking hate peaks air buck in hate logan paul if you're listening in this peaks but you've been blocked me now i know that is good visa fog and aso that's the thing to it's like these people are so wildly successful and they think everyone knows who they are but like i don't know who that we know what i mean yeah like even like you're very successful unlike some people know who you are but then i explained earned the fact that his mcgee okay that's cool of there's one people who like that that's.
"adji" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Other times all of which could help alleviate the potential for disagreements among chucky cheese customers if indeed there are many disagreements among chuck adji's customers which as we heard earlier from christopher worth if doesn't seem as if there are that many we shared the police data with steve levitt asked him what he made of it especially the data from chicago where he lives now levitt you've looked at the data does one roughly one police called every three months to the chucky cheese universe of chicago strike you as noteworthy no not really i think if the police could called to a a chucky cheese once every few months um not that much in many of the calls are four things like domestic custody disputes and things which which i don't think the pair hard to earn strategies for that are who parents aren't fighting over them over the games they're fighting with the kids so i don't know dmc nevada me one thing did stand out in the data we sent over to levitt it wasn't a chucky cheese location it was one dave and buster's location the guy wei more police calls in any other place in the chicago data is that really when you go through the odds when i go to alanon you go therefore the violence or it's just coincidence maybe i'm part of the violence are far higher however escaped official statistics but the dave and buster's which i go with my kids now turns out to be roughly about four to five times as likely to elicit a police call as a chucky cheese and i think that makes sense because it's not an avid by five to nine your holds its inhabited by a bunch of fifteen to twenty four year olds in as we all know if you want to get the police involved fifteen to twenty four year old the age group you want interact with i'm steven governor and that was freaking out mix radio thanks for.
"adji" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The telecom rules of the 1930s can be utilized as they have been by the fcc in the obama era to go down the line here with the internet do the telecom rules allow the fcc to regulate the internet most people will tell you know but if congress wanted to pass a law put people on the record with votes regarding what we call net neutrality they can do that i would be opposed to it but at least it would be law as opposed to this nonelected regulatory body acting in a way that is wholly judgmental and of no value there saying that none of these businesses can be trusted as if it's somehow in their best interest to keep you from having access so no i don't believe in net neutrality yes i want this gone i'm very glad that adji pie is in in control a j i t is his first name pa i is his last name aji pie sometime france aajit pie i'll leave it to him as the house properly you know said but that's net neutrality in a nutshell it's not going to keep you from getting on net flakes that that's not that's not happening not at all not in any way shape or form it's that if we're going to do this it has to go through congress not through these bodies like the fcc hope i made some clarity to it it's going to be a three vote most likely and net neutrality will be gone on tony cats when traffic's of bear he mad bear these of peace now we have a crash southbound sixty died and thirty six three traffic absolutely soul crushing uncertainty to get from shearer's is on the east side south side to their grudges everywhere in absolute carpark juleps today in the circle sitting vat bear lays of what i see the ways i mean stop traffic in zeevi's a growing treatments that.
"adji" Discussed on I Have To Ask
"So then let's turn to the the purges in the executions in um which it are set off i think the worst aspects in 1930 four when there is a murderer of minim cure over my pronouncing it correctly yes um who is a party member who was killed and this was kind of the this was kind of what does stolen used as a pretext to begin the purchase did you feel there there there's been a long historical debate about whether stalin himself had cure of murdered as an excuse to do this along sort of like the riksdag fire in germany that similar type debate but you come out a come out of it on a different side so once again we're dealing with welltrod reeling foul adji's about style right right that he was a media quirky that he was a usurper that he destroyed rather than fulfill the revolution that he intentionally kill the peasants in intentionally tried to commit genocide against the ukrainian nation and of course that he murdered seer gay cure off in order to begin these socalled purges or what is better known as the great terror so none of this is true there is in fact quite a lot of evidence that stalin did not kill key ralph i lay out this evidence in the book other people have written about this as well but it's still a minority view most textbooks and most analysts hold stalin responsible for kiro some murder in december 19th 34 because he benefitted from the murder that's their deduction however this did not launch the socalled great purges the great terror begins not right after december nineteen 34 curious murder but in fact two years later so we need a new explanation.
"adji" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"A weary of the claims and counterclaims but adji even the south koreans a saints day that they they think this is correct this is a successful test and it does seem to have gone further than ever before color what should we take where is it is as a more alarming moment i think this is part of a pattern of a diplomatic retaliation i i guess you could argue the us put uh north korea on the terror watchlist were you know it found the list of states that sponsor terrorism and this missile launch could be seen as a response to that what's interesting for me is that if you look at the way in which the trump administration has changed in its ability to calibrated response to north korea at the beginning of the administration when he would say things like we'll take care of that and he had all this proviso there was nothing there but now the administration has a has a fairly substantial diplomatic mission to tighten the sanctions regime and as a result you could argue even though they're completely powerless to stop these these missile tests in fact their efforts to try to increase the pressure on north korea are far more substantial in the worth a the very beginning i don't think that to be honest i don't think that donald trump could articulate that and i think that that's the job of rex tillerson and the other cabinet members to really try to put together a coherent strategy to to increase the sanctions or to tighten the sanctions regime nuton an just on that that there was a suggestion say that they they would tighten sanctions yet again why is that left to tighten sanctions on more what would be the next things to be targeted i think it's important to realize that when we talk about sanctions against rogue states to use the now antiquated term what we have to remember that these sanctions regimes are never completely airtight and what's amazing is that up until the death the the assassination of kim jongnam in earlier this year almost every single southeast asian nation had both diplomatic relations and financial relations with the south korea xv north korea and what we find now is that although a malaysiansingapore if tightened and could have dropped these relations we have countries like me and more in thailand where it's completely.
"adji" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They can and they have been since again go to try to convey vince trump voters that they made a mistake that trump is an embarrassment trump lied to the trump whatever and because if they can do that or if they can just if they can make republicans think that trump voters are going soft they had abandoned the republicans will be the encouraged to continue to stop trump so this effort the republicans of uh they rolled their dice they're not going to help the trump agenda uh now there's there's some overlap with trump's agenda and these republicans at one of those areas overlap is tax cuts tax reform this is a signature and identity issue with the republican party and if the republicans if trump comes up and he's going to be two to springfield today to introduce the plan and if it contains these elements of tax reform tax cut policy that the republican party has always supported there are going to be hard pressed to not join this the challenge for the republicans is they've they've got there are a lot of masters here you the voters they have their donors which is the biggest mastered and then they've got trump supporters and if they say trump in this case comes out with a tax reform proposal that a majority republicans in congress like it's going to be a real dilemma form because the last thing they want is for and believe me on this not and not all i mean you've that the freedom caucus in there in the house you've got some conservative members there but it's not all republicans you've got some conservatives in the senate but for the most part the party itself and not calling unscom for the rnc now but the party itself really doesn't want trump to succeed and i you know that sound strange but if he isn't when you realize that everybody is part of the establishment and that membership comes first and then your party affiliation is is second and the if if if trump i think should have done this first i think trump should have done tax reform first and forced the republicans to supporting health care i know they made some tactical decisions and employed in various grab adji's didn't work out at it's too late to go back and.
"adji" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Again the savage nation is only one question today because the president just gave the press conference about north korea where he said may be fire and fury isn't enough on north korea not enough another adji's doubled down all of the nervous now lease the previous defense secretaries who we can thus the thinktankers who undermined does the ball weevils in the universe these are wringing their hands saying please appease hitler please continue to appease the north korean hitler maybe he'll stop here we just talked to him while been talking to them for a while so trump said may be fire and fury statement of north korea wasn't tough enough i'm going to ask you a question those of you will listen to the savage nation quite religiously we're going to ignore all of the nervous now he's in the media will going to ignore everyone it's only this audience that i is trump right to threaten north korea yes or no as he made things worse or will he back fatso down now many people are saying there are military options here and there are military options and i'm not a military man and all that i do read military men who know what they're talking about he can be stopped and justice hitler's should have been stopped at munich fatso should be stop right now before he actually gets the ability to blast us here in the united states of america many of you don't understand many of you don't understand the the nearest thing even about a fistfight and i'm though tough guide what i've had my incidents in my life i learned one thing about bullies unless you stand up to him even if they're bigger than you they're going to crush you now north korea smaller than us but north korea is a bully the bullying us because they've been use the bowling us because we've had punks running america we've added slalomists running america is slam of files running america islamophobes running america we've had thinktankers in defence contractors but we've never had in recent times anyway someone willing to stand up for america this is no longer an internal feud inside the white house this.
"adji" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Like and it gives pricing flexibility to while most games and activities that chucky cheese have historically cost just one token some longer or more involved games cost to tokens when you take a game from one token to to tokens that's a pretty large price increase 100 percent and if you take it to three points it's a two hundred percent price increase right the new card system allows for more incremental increases will actually start to test these where we can move to a multi point strategy and instead of again being one point or a game being two points or three points a game can be one point two points occurred system also allows for dynamic pricing like airlines and hotels do raising the price during peak demand or offering discounts at other times all of which could help to alleviate the potential for disagreements among chucky cheese customers if indeed there are many disagreements among chuck adji's customers which as we heard earlier from christopher worth doesn't seem as if there are that many we shared the police data with steve levitt asked him what he made of it special the data from chicago where he lives now levitte you've looked at the data does one roughly one police called every three months to the chucky cheese universe of chicago strike you as noteworthy no not really i think if the police could call to it a chucky cheese once every few months i'm not that much in many of the calls are for things like domestic custody disputes and things which which i don't think the pair hard to uncertainties for that and parents aren't fighting over the over the games they're fighting with the kids so i dunno dmc nevada me one thing did stand.