18 Burst results for "Anini"

"anini" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"anini" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"When you are under constant feeling of stress and you don't know how to handle it it you lose sleep. Loss of sleep affects extra health. You lose an appetite. May Be loss of proper nutrition affects your health it so it's all this domino effect kind of thing you know. It's also also thought that positive and optimistic people tend to live healthier lifestyles. They get more physical activity follow a healthier diet. Don't smoke or drink as much alcohol and just overall live a healthier lifestyle. Not sure if you're self talk is positive or negative question mark. So if you're wondering well how do I tell some. Common Forms of negative self-talk include filtering. You magnify the negative aspects of the situation and filter out all the positive ones for example. You had a great day at work. You completed your task ahead of time and mirror complimented for doing a speedy and thorough job. That evening you focus only on your plan to do even more tasks and forget about the compliments he received so you don't like we talked. It was maybe a couple of weeks ago. Yeah last week where somebody if they give you. A compliment acknowledged that compliment. I feel what that feels like. Talk to feel the being happy for for your accomplishments and all those things personalizing when something bad occurs you automatically blame yourself for example you here at an evening out with friends is cancelled and you assume that the change implants because no one wanted to be around you well. That's not the case at all. Ever right catastrophe you automatically anticipate the worst. The drive through coffee shop gets your order wrong and you automatically think that the rest of your day will be a disaster sir. I can't do that and polarizing you see things only as either good or bad. There is no middle ground. You feel that you have to be perfect for or you're total failure. That's not the case. Either right focusing you can learn to turn negative thinking and positive thinking the process simple but it does take time and practice. You're creating a new habit after all here are some ways to think and behave in a more positive and optimistic way identifying areas to change. If you want to become more optimistic engage in a more positive thinking I identify areas in your life that you usually think negative about whether it's work your daily commute or relationship you can start small by focusing on one area to approach in a more positive way again. We've talked about this before if you just if you're struggling with a coworker or your partner or your husband and just you're in a place where it's seems like everything's kind of negative or it's always tense or it's always stressful. Just start to say. I'm grateful for whatever it is the smallest thing. I'm grateful that they set my keys on the counter. I'm I'm grateful that they made me a sandwich or grateful in that. Gratitude will magnify magnify magnify totally flipped that such a side. Note you guys. I'm internally laughing because I just saw Andy Cohen on watch what happens live yesterday. I don't know where it was on instagram. And it was Anini and he said I need you to say three three things that you like like about the evil bitch on housewives. Kenya and I'm crying. She's like I'm sure yeah. Yeah of course I can pick up three things. Yeah totally one Her colored contacts very nice her hair texture sure Laker hair texture and the line above her lip. Like you guys. I was laughing but yet like India's like yeah I can find three things even though I literally load this woman like and she did find three things. She's like. Let me think. Let me think in the girl next door was like no like real things. And she's like these are real thing but it was kind of funny. I'm chuckling I want to share with you guys. Because it was very funny her demeanor and yeah and he's like three things that you like about Kenya. That's a great example. Yeah it was funny. Check yourself periodically during the day. Stop and evaluate. What your thinking? If if you find that your thoughts are mainly negative. Try to find a way to put a positive spin on them gay or just remove him if we need to flip on a quick positive song pull up a funny joke doc. Whatever it is to get yourself out of that negative Rut and back into a more positive Rut and a positive outcome or outlook? Be Open to humor. Give yourself permission to smile or laugh especially during difficult times. Seek humor in everyday happenings when you can laugh at life you feel less stressed trip. Yup.

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The return of Peronist politics in Argentina

FT News

08:56 min | 2 years ago

The return of Peronist politics in Argentina

"Argentina's, Cristina Fernandez decay. Now is back at the full populace president left office in two thousand fifteen with the country on the brink of economic collapse. But if posed to be believed she has a good chance of returning to this in October, as vice president alongside her namesake and former chief of staff, Alburto Fernandez Jonathan Wheatley discusses, how history may be repeating itself in Argentina with a correspondent Benedict. Mander. Living with the. Going seattle. Get new put them meet there in, then they're gay three hundred fourteen dollars. We realize as individualize see noise when a p really says dune associated that was Cristina Fernandez decay, Schnur extolling the virtues of collective action. And so there can be no individual triumphs. In a society based on the kind of social contract that she advocates, but her parents policies left the country in dire state. Then it can you give us a picture of the economic situation, when she left office? Yes, when macrey took our. He find an economy with twin deficits, both in the budget and candidates, central Bank reserves running on Mt. And so you basically had a country that was under budgeted balance of payments crisis at the same time you had very high inflation. They no one knows exactly how high is they still publishing reliable statistics. There was no growth speak of high poverty. In the order thirty percents. I mean it was in a bad way, and it's proved very difficult for macrey to correct that situation. I what he's done. I was one of the big things he's done is turns the IMF and Argentina's being the beneficiary of its biggest ever bailout fifty six billion dollar package, but the IMF is still deeply unpopular in Argentina. Was that? Yes, I mean, it's like a comic book villain Argentina. I mean, it's had a very checkered performance in Argentina over the past sixty years. There have been more than twenty programs pretty much all of which have ended badly. Most recently, the two thousand one crisis was probably the west all that ended in the biggest ever sovereign debt default at a time. Anyway, huge devaluation that triggered very high employment. Those sibling arrest people shot on the streets, and so on having was disastrous. So it's understandable that people have bad memories if the funds engagement in the country. I Fono money Taddeo. This realm integral Montreal remove scenario Torello necessarily casino much of Argentine was brought to a standstill last week by general strike in protest over the government. So stereotype measures are we just had one of the organizers, Kellyanne Rupak Anini describing the IMF is being the Bermuda triangle, sucking in salaries work, health and education? So things apparently haven't improved for the poor under the reforms agreed between the current president Mauricio Macri in the IMF. What are people telling you about the hardships? They're facing at the moment. The first thing that people say that they just are able to make it to the end of the bone, and that's those that are employed, right? Because there's a huge amount of releasing Jones, but those that are earning salaries which not keeping up with inflation, finding it very difficult to pay for just the basic items food, prices have been up extremely fast and utilities as well have been rising several times over. So people just. Yeah. The month and that is obviously, causing significant social unrest. And you'd be not speaking to small businesses on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. How are they putting up with things the slums and the working class area's been particularly badly hit where there are lots of factories and workshops which not very competitive and been competing with impulse China. The defended the local markets, a lot of have been closing down. So that's leading to mass unemployment in the poorer areas of the city, which is causing big problems on against those are large part of the electorate, exactly. That's the heartland of Christina Fernandes occasion. And she is likely to do very well in that part of the electric ended makes up about a quarter voted. So it'll make significant difference. Deana. See my settlement brother shit. I mean goon Dino. And. Taylor. That was Christina Fernandez running mate, berto Fernandez. No, relation saying it rally that his coalition would eliminate Argentina's debt without making any Argentine suffer the cost with promises like this, how, as Mr. macrey can fight fightback. Well, it's not easy. The big thing that maybe hadn't his favorite, the beginning was that he was supposedly better, managing the economy, now that is not really proved to be the case or at least not over these four years. A lot of people, and I find themselves in a worse position night and they were four years ago. So he's having to look the other areas to sell himself, so recently, they've been inaugurating public works, major infrastructure projects, roads bridges sewerage signs, rather present, but these things do make a big difference to another people. And that, having that will help and also you have to remember that there are no infrastructure projects under the previous government that they're started. We wouldn't have. Completed. So this is also a reminder of the corruption that supposedly happened under the kitchen as you mentioned corruption that Benedict. What about all the court cases that are going on what bearing will that have on the election? Well, that is the million dollar question Argentines have known to vote into power politicians that have been accused of corruption in the past. So it's not gonna be the Bill and endle-. It will certainly have an impact on the margins. I think that polls show that the NFL this is a supporters. Don't actually believe the corruption charges identing that's going to affect that sector of the vote, but in the middle ground, perhaps it will and the extent to which it does could even decide the election another problem that obviously Argentina faces is that foreign investors very quickly lose trust in the country, and we've seen the huge devaluation of the currency last year again, this year, one of the problems that we often hear about is that Argentines themselves. Don't trust the currency. How do you fix a problem like that? Well, this is one of the great dramas of Argentina, and it's not clear to anybody otherwise. They might have six up more ready. It'll take years, perhaps decades of macroeconomic stability for trust in the currency to return or even appear. So the first thing that needs to do is kill inflation, which has proved incredibly hard on democracy. He thought it was going to be very easy, but it's not higher than it was when he came to power looks like it's beginning to go on a dine with paws, but it's going to take a very long time to get rid together at any then I think we'll people say, they're encouraging Argenta on politics have been compared to a circular firing squad. Is there any sign that, that passing could be halted in that Mr. macrey could engage with more moderate parents elements to win a consensus for his reform programme? Well at the beginning of this government, he did manage to cooperate with the mall, mudder elements apparent ISM and was able to pass some important. Reforms, more recently, the last year or even two that has not been so successful, but doesn't no reason why if he does win he couldn't do that again. But the polarization of Argentine politics is a huge problem. It was something that macrey promised to fix and he hasn't. Debatable as to why. But this is going to be a problem going forward without a diet. And why has Christina finance chosen to run for the vice presidency rather than as president this time? Well, you need to. That I mean it's impossible to get inside the head, but some people suggest that it may be because she thought she couldn't actually win. But then again, it's not clear that the person who is running in place on both the mandates will win either. So it could also be that, perhaps, even if she did win. She thought that she might not be able to govern efficiently at least as she might have liked to how she did in previous governments, which were current terrorized by the FTA amongst others is the populist politics. And as we all know populism doesn't mix very well with all sturdy, and that is the situation that we're in at the moment. So she might have decided to pass the buck. Thank you very much. We will certainly be watching with great interest as we get closer to the election. That was Jonathan.

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"anini" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Jeff from New Jersey one zero one point five. New Jersey one zero one point five instant weather in for a nice warm up the rest of the week. It will be a little windy, and maybe a little rainy at times, but lots of dry hours in there too. Clear tonight in Chile lows the upper twenties, north low thirty south milder weather across urban centers overnight, partly to mostly cloudy on Tuesday. Now, overcast conditions by day's end. Highs in the forties, north loaded fifty central and south Wednesday sunshine becoming windy a much warmer. Highs up in the sixties across most if not all of jersey, I'm meteorologist Mark sibito. Thirty one degrees in Morristown, thirty four degrees. It was Deford. Thirty degrees in Franklin fast drive against and weather. Every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one zero one point five one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Steve trevelise. We are talking about diners the best diners in New Jersey diners for sale on EBay close last year twenty six thousand dollars. It could be yours. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five is the number on this April Fool's day. Is it winds down? Let's talk to. You Livingston New Jersey while one point five. Hey, louis. Louis. How you doing? Hey. What you diner? Diner? If I go to or is definitely the east Hanover diner. Ten. They have as many as there you got a ticket Tuscany Anini definitely one of my favorites. What's in it? Got a eggplant grilled chicken. Mozzarella roasted red peppers. Get a mixed green salad on the side. Very good. Outstanding. I liked that. I do that is outstanding. And what's the name of the diner? Again. Over diner on route ten east Hanover, goodstuff Louis. Thanks for the call. The New Jersey one zero one point five Dane is in pains court on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hi, dana. Honey, how are you? Good..

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"anini" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There? Conditions difficult, still rescued by helicopter boats. And is the magnitude of the situation a huge area Tacoma isolated areas. Dispersed and trees in rooftops over huge areas. The cover that area with the weather conditions and the current within the hordes extremely hazardous. If you look at some of the TV pictures satellite images and so on. Looks almost as if the ocean is coming land is that still the case that level of flooding. The area is around twenty five. One hundred and twenty five dollars. There is informational reports from the water that was our starting to which is great. Well, it's still a massive area of of the area zombie which is still completely submerged. I've also read reports of people having to flee snakes that have been disturbed also by the water. Of course, is that a relatively isolated incident or a major problem. I don't know. Specifically one is definitely clear is exposed to the elements for days were the hot sunshine. When when the sun is out of the reins. Oh. Mosquitos a big. Disposables studios in any open for days, which is going to have. Impact on the levels of malaria for Sean. And then these are people who are in a weakened state as well. Not just malaria water borne diseases must be a concern to absolutely is desperate. When you when you stop and think about this. What people are going through is is pretty desperate star. It's the water. Just been out in the editors. Slows malaria. Is pretty desperate stuff and in all this tremendously. Depressing and difficult news are there moments where your team find some little point of hope rescue at a. Just a moment where things go much better than could have been expected. My organization is not. Involved in sexual recipe. What we've been doing is delivering. Humanitarian assistance to this house. Once they're identifying located with using helicopters taking. Emergency humanitarian aid and always the the more. We get to the people in the post positive reaction. Table where you're able to provide them with some shelter in the form of a ten to or. Awesome. Initial drinking water. The relief of people is is encouraging for us to help us. Keep. Right. So but us from at Care International speaking to us live from Mozambique Zambia. Of course, new die has also devastated large parts of Malawi and Zimbabwe where the death toll has risen to one hundred and thirty nine the World Food Program estimates that two hundred thousand people have been affected in Jim Anini, the hardest hit area in Zimbabwe. The road has finally been rebuilt, which means aid can reach villages that need it. The most the BBC Schengen Nyoka visited the area and said this report. Families have kept vigil for days on the banks of a river. Dozens mostly women up hearing down into the water as a chainsaw.

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"anini" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Sleep in a bats up there. All tools. And so for me social media. I just went through very challenging postpartum period. And my pregnancy was a breeze, but my postpartum was brutal. And I remember posting about it on Instagram. And I was like, okay. Like, I need help. Like, I am in pain, physical pain, emotional pain. I had no idea that this was going to be so hard, and they were sharing their tools and their tips and tricks and just making me feel less alone. And in that moment, I was like, wow. This really can be a beautiful thing. Some very grateful that it exists. But I think that we have to be careful and know that it's a powerful tool. Am I think social media, and I've been thinking about this a lot lately, we just had Cal Newport on the show who wrote a book called digital minimalism and. I have to say cow more than a lot of people has really made me rethink things that I have sort of long held cherished beliefs about I had like this real Piff Anini here the company, which is that I'm not being productive enough. And it's like your analogy of all those windows being opened their minimize, but they're open. I think that's so powerful. And it was the way that you said that they're minimized that made me think he had that is exactly what's happening like they're not sort of consciously aware that they're open. But when I think about all the little things dripping on my mind, just pulling it just enough attention, and it I think social media is super powerful. I think that it's a total game changer, certainly changed my life. And I've seen it impact a lot of people super positively. But not understanding how to give it a time in space. I think is where certainly where I was going wrong. And the fact that I would check my phone, in fact, Harpreet was talking about this. He said that the average person touches their phone one hundred fifty times a day, which is once every six minutes. And it's like if you just just hearing that like once every six minutes that you're doing something anything it. You're just breaking the cycle. You're never able to do that deep work. You're never able to really like go into something. And that was that is precisely why I think that your book is so important that meditation is so critical that people learn how to do this. Is it creates that space for people to go deep? It starts closing those windows. And I think maybe one of the most important things it gives people a trained ability to oh, I'm in the sympathetic nervous system. I'm going to now rapidly get into the para sympathetic. Do you take culture cultures? I do like a forty five seconds at the end. Hey, we'll count it s Motassedeq. So the interesting thing to me about cold showers is the it creates massive sense of urgency. Like, my body is like get the fuck out of the cold water. It is like screaming it, no matter. How? Many times. I do it. I ended same sense of urgency. Oh, thanks saying that 'cause I keep saying it's going to easier, but it's not for me. And but what has gotten easier because I meditate I'm like, oh, I know how to stop this. I can immediately downshift the letting go that you talk about I can I haven't yet used a mantra trust me after reading your book..

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"anini" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"As we're talking with JP, peach Anini, CEO founder of J P and associates realtors there based on the plano, Texas area near Dallas. And we're looking at some interesting trends, both in terms of housing sales and the approach that apparently a lot of homebuyers. These days bring to the process of what sounds like almost a whimsical by at times, kind of a of an infatuation by just whatever whatever pops into your mind in a given time certainly not the not the way I've ever ever approached it, Tom in Sharon, Pennsylvania. Tom a good evening. Good evening, Jim. It's your guest as I'm listening. Jim. I two two points. I wanna make I think what I'm seeing here, and I'm old school. Like, you are I mean, I'm still driving the ninety six s ten pickup truck and a ninety three. Avelino? So I'm probably even older school. And that respect, you know, use it up. We're making do do without. I think a lot of people are looking to fact that mortgage rates are very low right now, it would be maybe better if they can afford it to put the down payment on on that know that they're having a new roof under house new furnace and so forth rather than buying something. That's existing and half to replace possibly those things in the very near future. The other thing is as far as is it a big deal. Well, keep in mind. Jim what you're hearing is an economic figure that's related to how the government is run. We we know how the media is right now in terms of hyping things about Trump in in a negative way. So I I think those are two factors that are playwright and and getting the ratings for that matter for viewers. So I think I think those two factors might come into play player. Well, I'll I'll ask our guest about that. Is there anything in the way of the media hype that has made stories about? In this case existing home sales dropping does that strike you JP as something which is being conjured that is to say not that worthy of our consideration. Well, let's talk about what's going on in the economy. We've finally seen an amazing recovering amazing economy jobs are an all time low stocks are up so say jobs in an all time low. We're talking about the unemployment rate big an all time low, right? Thank you. For sure yes. Recent numbers here in January not to get ahead of of of our statistics that we're talking about fourth quarter of last year. But jobs, again continued unemployment rate continues to drop so people people have jobs, but the bigger the bigger factor here is wages haven't kept up with a home prices increases that we've had here in Texas in the nation's wealthiest real estate market in Dallas Fort Worth the the nation's number one new home market in the country. Home prices have increased double digits now year over year for the last five years wages, haven't increased Texas being a state known for its affordability is quickly and there's already now become a state where some buyers really struggle to afford a home into the guest combat this first common. He's exactly a point. When you're stretching your budget already because you came out for only at home the last thing you want to worry about as a young couple or is the first time homebuyers to replace a roof furnace or anything maintenance that you may have with an older home the beautiful thing about jobs. They come with a one year where we call one year bumper to bumper warranty. Anything wrong with your house? The builder will come back and fix it. And then you had the beautiful thing or the manufacturer warranty and all the major items for the next three years. What about something that I've always heard about and I've always acted somewhat in this direction. And that is that this house may be old or whatever it may be that you're buying may be older. But it was built back when. They build them, right. Which is to say that I had my choice between new and sloppy or old and built like the pyramids is that just mythology. Now, that's mythology. And we don't America has stopped building homes that were there were made the last I think in the early nineteen hundreds I lived in college college. I live in a house built in nineteen ten I had still being going right across the middle of the house. It was one of the most solid houses ever look at the cookie cutter. The real estate boom of the of the eighties. We were building homes ju- just as is sometimes cheaply as we're building homes. These things I'm at how quickly build up we build homes, and they're just began to my comment that their consumer good items are just not Maine class their homes that we financing for thirty years. And who knows if this round of Nico instruction will be around thirty years. Certainly we've had homes that they're building the aiding. And build homes a building in that thirty forty years in two parts of the country are still standing by here in Dallas most homes are being turned out toward down that were built passed up anything previously in the seventies. That's very rare to find a home that was built there. That's not be turned down. So again. It's rare to find one that's not being torn down. There were tearing down homes built in the seventies. You know, just. Seventies. That's that's relatively. Well, maybe not I don't know whether seventies that we're talking now about about forty some years. So I don't know is that considered new or not new time. I bought a home. It was five and it was a home built in nineteen seventy nine and I didn't. Yeah. Talking every martinsville different. You go to the northeast that you're not really gonna have construction going on. So your your choice of home News Limited to buying a home field in the seventies sixties or whatnot. But here again in the nation's largest real estate market and largest new home market here in Texas. Of course, because I mean pointed that buyers can find homes knowing that, you know, they're gonna leave his five seven eight years and then probably upgrade. All right now. Let me ask you about a couple of things that you've you've brought up here. One would be the regional nature of real estate. I have heard it said that that it's very difficult ever to talk about the real estate market being up or the real estate market being down. Because this part of the economy is eight stream -ly intensely regional would you? Concur. Absolutely real estate is very much very very regional. So you've got to look at the price index killings price index by MSA. Those are the big key indicators where our jobs, whereas they call me healthy or people in flexing people moving to wait from in that they take prices also the economic the political factor in those markets, absolutely drive, home, prices and home values look in Chicago. And you look at the upper mid west, it's a bloody mess up. There. The taxation the job sector now. Of course, the weather hasn't helped those those guys are suffering. They can't sell homes, and that's a huge MSHA cargoes one of the largest in the country metropolitan statistical areas is that what you're saying. There was one of the largest for the for the for the rest of us Chicago is the third largest metropolitan. In area in the country. Right. That's what we're saying. Right. Yeah. Correct. Very very deflated real estate market, and that is directly direct correlation to the politicians to the politics and into the to the regulations are in place with with the builders and the. Businesses corporate sectors, California. It's very very regional. All right. And I'll come back with the second point here in just a moment. We'll be back with our guest JP, peach eighty of the JP and associates realtors as we understand the intricacies of that housing market out there..

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"anini" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"We've been talking with JP peach Anini, he is the CEO and founder of JP and associates realtors based in the plano, Texas area near Dallas and looking at what I thought going in was rather straightforward story of the big dip in existing home sales. But now we're told that that was followed by an even larger increase in the sales of new homes. Are we in fact, talking about an economic indicator at all here? In other words, this is too much being made of the dip in existing home sales. Real estate makes news, and that's a wonderful thing. And it is important shouldn't shouldn't make this. I guess that's the question. Should it? Make those yes, it's a huge real estate is a huge GDP indicator. But as existing home sales declined new cells increase you've got to look at the average to in the end, we're posting positive games. The biggest indicator that we're looking for that has been posted. Yet is coming home. Did we sell in two thousand eighteen do we have an increase over twenty seventeen or or do we have the beginning of the decline that everybody's waiting for for this to happen? And whether it's twenty nineteen or whether it was twenty eighteen what was the apex for the real estate market at the cyclical the cycle of the real estate market is about ten years long. This has been extended for quite a while. Now, the increase really started in two thousand nine hundred thousand and ten when the market rebounded were obviously in a very extended curve. Of positive gains for for this market. We know eventually gonna come down. And everybody's just wondering if the predictions is this year or in the next couple of years, and I think that varies by market by market, of course, in Texas. All right, so total total housing sales is a better indicator than than new sales or or or existing home sales total sales. That's the that's the key in which case. It sounds like it's a wash in that. The maybe there was some shift in terms of whether they were new or used, but the total home sales didn't change that much. In other words, I guess. I'm trying to understand is why why is this a big story it sounded to me like it was a a major drop in in real estate. And and. Is that not the case? Here's everybody that all of us that don't real estate maybe wanted nine, Jim. I don't funeral state. Yes. And it's not for sale. So these sorts of things. These sorts of things happened to me, and I don't pay any attention. If you're not in the market. You know, I mean, I couldn't I if the price of my house went up twenty or drop twenty grand last week. I wouldn't even know, you know, you wouldn't care right. And I wouldn't care. No. We're not selling. So, you know, either way. I it doesn't matter to me. Yeah. Most most homeowners heart. So rooted as you are Muslim owners rely a lot of their home equity for potentially a of credit, but mainly for that trigger that indicator to say, okay, now, we can sell and we've been very very fortunate again because we've been such a automating real estate market since two thousand nine hundred thousand ten that people have built equity it wasn't until about a year and a half ago that we were in positive gains and every single market post recession post real estate recession where everybody that had lost equity in the in the crash regained it right back. So there's equity in every market the days of two thousand seven eight crasher behind us. So, you know, equities important. Well, we wanna see is home prices. The oil supply and demand economical curves. So let me ask you about that to what extent is this driven by price. Again. It's not like, I'm I'm I'm sitting here. And again, obviously as the apparently, very atypical buyer. I'm buying it's because some circumstance has forced me to buy is not like, gee, if the price is right. I'll buy a house is that is that what motivates some people? They feel like again homes are consumer goods out of this morning that this in this economy, if they feel like they're getting a deal if they feel like they can afford it. They feel like it is something that is learn them to to to purchase. And and being consumed homes will sell unfortunately, you can't sell what's not for sale. What we've really happened. The story. That's been real good news for now. A couple of years till now until recently where we finally had some some kind of inventory. That's not get carried away by saying we have an excess inventory because we really still don't we have a very very limited inventory in the lower price ranges..

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"anini" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"As we're talking with JP, peach Anini, the CEO at founder of JP and associates realtors there based of the plano, Texas area near Dallas. And we're looking at some interesting trends, both in terms of housing sales and the approach that apparently a lot of homebuyers. These days bring to the process of what sounds like almost. A whimsical by at times kind of a of an infatuation by just whatever whatever pops into your mind and the given time certainly not the not the way I've ever ever approached it, Tom, and Sharon, Pennsylvania, Tom a good evening. Good evening, Jim. It's your guest op as I'm listening. Jim. I two two points. I wanna make I think what I'm seeing here. And I I'm old school. Like, you are I mean, I'm still driving the ninety six s ten pickup truck and a ninety three cavalier. So I'm probably even older school, can you? And I respect, you know, use it up. We're making do do without. I think a lot of people are looking to fact that mortgage rates are very low right now, it would be maybe better if they can afford it to put the down payment on on that know that they're having a new roof under house in new furnace and so forth rather than buying something. That's existing and half to replace possibly those things in the very near future. The other thing is as far as is it a big deal. Well. Well, keep in mind. Jim what you're hearing is an economic figure that's related to how the government is run. We we know how the media is right now in terms of hyping things about Trump in in a negative way. So I think those are two factors that are playwright and getting the ratings for that matter for viewers. So I think I think those two factors might come into play here. Well, I'll I'll ask our guest about that. Is there anything in the way of media hype that has made stories about in this case? Existing home sales dropping does that strike you JP as something which is being conjured that is to say not that worthy of our consideration. Well, let's talk about what's going on in the economy. We've finally seen an amazing recovery. Amazing academy jobs are an all time low stocks are up. So we say jobs in all time low. We're talking about the unemployment rate big on an all time low. Right. Thank you. For sure yes. Recent numbers here in January not to get ahead of of of our statistics. We're talking about fourth quarter of last year. But jobs, again continue unemployment rate continues to drop so people people have jobs, but the bigger the bigger factory year is wages. Haven't kept up with home prices increases that we've had here in Texas in the nation's well, healthiest real estate market in Dallas Fort Worth the nation's number one new home market in the country, home prices have increased double digits now year over year for the last five years wages. Have haven't increase Texas being a state known for its affordability is quickly, and there's already now become a state where I really struggle to four the home into the guest's comment this first common. He's exactly a point. When you're stretching your budget already because you you came off for only at home. The last thing you want to worry about couple or is the first time home buyer. Having to replace a roof furnace or anything maintenance that you may have with an older home the beautiful thing about jobs as they come with one year where we call one year bumper to bumper warranty anything wrong with your house. The Bill will come back and fix it. And then you have the beautiful thing or the manufacturer warranty and all the major items for the next three years. What about something that I've always heard about and I've always acted somewhat in this direction. And that is that this house may be old or whatever it may be that you're buying may be older. But it was built back when they built them, right? Which is to say that I had my choice between new and sloppy or old and built like the pyramids is that just mythology. Now, that's mythology. Then we don't America has stopped building homes that were there were made the last I think in the early nineteen hundreds I live in college college. I live at house that was built in nineteen ten. And I had a still being going right across the middle of the house..

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"anini" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"I wrote down so many amazing quotes from Atlanta. I mean, candy said the most amazing thing, and I know it's a song that's been around by. I believe meek mill. Yes. Sure. Which was but I prefer to think of it as from one Ken. Yeah. Which is when candies filming this video with Todd. It's kind of unclear what she's filming if it were why it's a no it's very clear. It is a it is a variety show slash dungeon party. I think she made that quite clear awake. You're right. You're right. It's obvious games on it variety show tension party, and you'll push you from video for that. Oh. And but even candy herself was kind of mulling it over like should I have spent on the full camera crew for this. And then she she checks herself and says, you know, what scared money don't make no money. Oh, I texted cool at my friend. This is how we live scared money. Don't make no muskat. I laid everything to me. I wanted on everything cared money. Don't make no money can someone make Casey short. Air take a marker scale any don't make no money. It's there's just something about it. I found it. Life changing. We'll Marlow had a great quote. But I have which is just like I didn't have pennies when she's yelling. Not. Luggage 'cause Marlowe is her luggage. And she is lugged. Yeah. As so for her knocks you've got nothing. She's what does she have the per has. No clues with just have our luggage. And so that was we've never seen are low so upset and so quiet so angry. And when we took a moment of silence for her. Oh and Eva was like half joking half. Non she's like, let's take a moment. Silence. For Marlo Nina's testimonials were so amazing. A her to not have anything the scene before they left for Tokyo with Porsche Anini was making me laugh. Oh my God. Ard ne-near was very disturbed when she was disturbed that Porsche was wearing her full makeup from the day before. Yes, I'm so tired being pregnant and eating was like, what would the last trimester be no bath? And then. Porteous said you're coming at my baby messy. The F. I love it for when Porsche was sitting there. Having a deep conversation with the hotdog king like about the relationship, and she is second on that big pig. It's very oh. I loved it kinship with Porsche pregnancy. She's she's not been seen in a frame not eating. There is not a frame on the airplane. Every second a camera gets to her you just and it's usually a huge pickle in a plastic wrapper like nice as me, and I just love it so much I want to know where she gets those pickles. I would love a big Piccolo plastic wrapper. Nothing would make me happier. I'll tell you who grates on me is Eva. What was she skirt that she fits caveman? Tell you because I wrote down I said, I am very tired of EVA's red glasses her Tope topa robes suede cowboy hats and psychedelic peace sign shirts. Her style is. Oh rough. She came in to that dungeon party with with. I could only say is do duvet cover wrapped around like skirt was a. I don't know where it ends. And where it became. I know I know now tant is an interesting one. I I don't know where I land with ten. Yeah. I don't know if she's going to I don't think she'll stay around. But she was kind of providing the like, Shannon for me when they showed up to the airport, and she's the first one that can meet you. Top in the morning for. Oh, see she was so excited to say. Oh, yes. She was. So when knee went off on her at that restaurant that was nuts hopeless, the has Niimi going through it with Greg. Yeah. And Finally, I think getting away from someone who's very sick and just losing her shit. And I felt this with my mom like. I'll be honest. I felt no this is not gonna sound good. So I'm just saying that right off the bat. I felt a bit triggered by Eva being so upset about a grandfather on it'd be like your fucking Sadah grandparents dying like. I'm like in my head and Mike. I've had a parent. I like that. I know that actually the wrong attitude to have an it's terrible..

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"anini" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Seasons in a row where we started last chance kitchen with returning vets chooses in a row where the vet does make it back into the competition. And now two seasons in a row where the vet makes it back into the competition and has gone relatively quickly. And maybe makes you feel like at least with last season with Claudette. There were two people that came back into the competition. But in any case, it's just a very weird series of events. She gets booted goes right into the finale of restaurant, or it's Buddha from restaurant where it goes into this restaurant wars challenge makes it to the finale of last chance kitchen for the mid season. And then ends up in a situation where she has the ability to come right back. Like, we could just Reese. Set it the the BB rewind button and bring her back into the competition. And that's not alternately. What happened? It's just fascinating to me the way all this has played out. It's really weird that in to Nina's now, but eliminated three times from top chef that just feels really odd to say. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, I totally agree with you that I was a bit surprised to see Pablo win. Just because I think maybe my disappointment comes from the fact that I just keep getting my hopes up for Natalie Anini like they did so well starting off and they they fell to their respective reasons. But now they have LC K. I know they failed the delta K. Oh, wait. There's a reprieve. They could come back and Natalie gets eliminated in this first round. So basically the talk through it a bit all five end up cooking their dishes. Tom sorta makes a first cut of Caitlyn who does this. Cincinnati chili spice rub steak with the mustard sauce. Basically knew the problem. The sauce ended up being super bitter and as much to try to add Honey to it. It really did not change the flavors of it Natalie ends up going out here because she doesn't make a sea bass that comes out really well, but he was on a big fan of the garnish against the pickled mushrooms that she put on there and Kevin goes for the summary ho soup with this olive salad, and he puts a bunch of. Stuff in there. And I guess that's led to the suit being too thick. So he cuts immediately. It comes down to knee versus Pablo and Nina's. Probably like, all right. This is my chance. I'm finally going to come back. She goes with this Mucci. It's something that really speaks to her heritage something that she knows she can cook. But dammit, if there were only teacups in that pantry we could've seen any finally back on top shop, and unfortunately, the vessel just led to this unfortunate texture thing where the outside we're bubbling. But the inside really wasn't and Pablo was able to take the hints. The super simple was able to use apparently his textbook apple which is in like every dish that he's made so far and as a result to your point in Tony was the shock winner. Here. It is able to survive another day get a reprieve here in L C K. Jim any thoughts about the results here? Yeah. I I'm just happy for. I mean, I was of course, super discipline for Nina. She she is so awesome. I I was really I was really rooting for. And but I wanna say I thought it was hysterical. I thought that Pablo was almost gonna get like a like a cat Suji where he says, I'm gonna make something simple. And the first time he describes the dish. It sounded simple. But the second time he described the dish. He was like, oh, yeah. This is going to have avocado and trees and radish an apple and all and all the stuff in there. I was like, oh, no..

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"anini" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"And she's like, well, it wasn't your fault. Thank you for sticking up for me and then douchebag phantasmagoria chocolate factory. Whatever is like. It was the content. It was the assembly guys. Okay. I was like you're not the team captain. Just be quiet over there. Phantasmagoria? I want to hear you go away go away. So ultimately, it's time for judging. And you know, it's like, oh, we'll basically the chocolate any just wasn't that good. And just her bisque was the weakest thing of the night, and you should taking the London, then you know, on blocking the entrees weren't very good publ-. You made some terrible terrible sake than newly wants the raw buildings so sore and outs. Don't forget that part. Tom. And you know, the lack of training for ne-near how to snowball effect, and so that's Meany Pablo please pack your knives in go. I was pissed not problem. Even though I can't Pablo is pretty he's proven himself to be pretty talented and stuff. I didn't like the heat off. But I he's every week. I thought Justin should have gone whoever is responsible for the fucking bisque and the Easter should've gone. Yeah. I actually agree. I thought it was gonna be Justin Anini. I was so mad. I was so mad any loss. I was so mad that I actually went and watched last chance kitchen 'cause I was to be an this cannot be the end for me with ni I didn't finish. I it was a two-part last chance kitchen, and I finished part one. But I'm not finished part two. I am going to tell you anything about what happened or do. You want me to hold it. I'll hold I won't say anything. Yeah. I don't know. If people will get mad that that's a spoiler. Not. Yeah. I won't say I needed to watch it. I actually watched million dollar listing LA believe it or not because I was really excited to delist for the crappies and whenever have a to do list. I won't move like it. Yeah. I'm like a deer in the headlights on like, oh, I don't want to do anything. So I just sat during let it play. Wow. What are? So. I mean, it's not great. But a couple of new casting choices they made they have haven't chick. Now. She's really good flag is like crazier than ever he's turning into this like completely wonky old, man. Yeah. And he started wearing leather jackets now said of seats error. I don't know it was pretty fun. But that Josh Altman still. The worst. And those English guys are still the worst. They're still there. Oh, they're terrible. So those so it's like half good. I liked it. I mean, I watched the whole thing. I like it more than million dollars into your. I you know, I can't watch million. I can't watch work. I can watch like it so bad. It's like it's it's too fake like Frederick. It's so annoying. And he is so. Lately scripted yet. That ruins the entire show. I can't do it a great. I don't know why brought it up because I have nothing to say about it except that I was very proud and want extra credit points for watching it. Okay. Over to the graphics mailbag. Bam..

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"anini" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Sure because we've got to cut line the fire could be right there. And then we'd be cutting line on a fires to stop if he's coming. What do you mean cutting line will we cut along with a MacLeod McLeod tools to? Like something like a whole like you using your garden. Four line to stop the fire from coming. So you've had the fire is closest like a couple of feet from where we are. Yes. Is it scary? I guess he's Houston. I started. You'll be scary. Somebody may some of the other people scare you some crew members. But to me, no. To me is just regular work. I didn't already program on silty. Whenever we go. Goes it only even bother me on this. All right. Work is work that we're doing last night. One of the guys fell down the hill. Yes. What happened? Did you see slippery rocks rocks asleep? He does heated fill that bad. It's this was a little far sprang ankles happens. Do happens the trees fall on you? All right. The last thing would a month ago of firefighter die. Free tire fighter or free firefighter because it's refill owning goes. Is. Crazy out there sometimes. But most of the time, we know what's going on. Are you shoulder to shoulder with the Cal fire? Firefighters. Yes, we cut line together. We'd be out there. We don't they don't we're not split up from my. We're not like old brain inmates over here. Nice. Not like that. We just we all out there. Together, we all out there, helping each other. Right. The foul by one. And I see Cal fire your firefighter and Anini help or something with the holes or something like that. Because they are helpless. We all here to help each other and make sure everybody's safe. How much money do you make dollar our when you're finding the fire? When you fighting the fire dollar, our so how for example last night where you how long were you fighting fire probably twenty hours. So we probably may twenty dollars twenty two dollars twenty four dollars. What do you think of that? Will I don't think I think we should make. Of course, I will say I wouldn't anybody that got a job. You would think you should make more. I always always I told us getting two dollars until I came to fire Kim. Schooled army we make money for something that we probably do for free. Anyway, just for the time could so we saw. I will prefer. Yes, we more money. Of course, anybody would in the working position will wanna make more money. So you're saving the state to say the least.

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"anini" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Slash twit. Andy nocco time for a pick of the week. My pick of the week is a movie this week that I found on Hulu documentary, an absolutely loved loved so much bought the Blu Ray. As soon as soon as the movie was over, it's called strat style and the I don't want. I won't give things away. I will only give you here. Here's the pitch for the movie. You have this. This guy who lives in rural Ohio. I mean, rural the capital ro, and he gets to know an international concert violinist sort of on Facebook saying, though I make cars and I make violins, and I could make violin for you and the international concert violinist says in response kind of half jokingly. Oh, make me violin. Well, how about the about the cannon ill Kenana this legendary violin with an amazing loud sound. The peg Anini used to play and he said, sure, I can make you a copy of that here. No problem. And he doesn't have a workshop. He has doing stuff like on his sofa. Using tools and class from Harper freight, and you don't really know if he's just BS artist or whether he's kind of like a genius sort of person who's does a talented like instrument maker who doesn't need a fancy shop, and this is a mystery that I don't want to sort of reveal or reveal how things happen. But it's an amazing story not only about the making of attempt to make this violin and he'll make it as promised for this concert that this guy is going to be performing, but also of a creative person and the sort of life. He leads very, very interesting. It's not exploitative it really. It gets into the soul of of an individual no matter what he's doing, and I loved it so much that I was. So I was so grateful to a found it. And then again, it was worth me immediately finding out. I could get a copy of the blue and then buying it. This looks anything. I love. Documentaries strat high recommend style, hot doc. All right. Thank you for the pick Laurie Gill. What do you got for us today? So my pick is old and new all at the same time. It's a Lieber tones zip which is a wireless bluetooth speaker. They just recently updated to support airplay too. So I don't mean a new speaker that's coming soon because they do have the zip two that's coming soon. I mean the current zip, the one that anybody who bought as it has in their house with an update. It's now supports airplay too, and I'm all in on this airplane support with speakers. I have to home pods, Sonos beam. Now I can add to my collection of music that plays all over the place. It's a really good quality portable speaker q. Q. It's cute. Yeah, and it's probably the best quality in terms of the fact that it's intended to be portable. So it's it's intended to be used outside and take him with you to park and picnics and things like that. So it's got a really, really great sound and airplay to compatible compatibility to me like a really great thing that I look forward to more and more speaker is being able to have a lot of companies have pledged support and still not come through. So Lieber tone is the next in line of companies who've pledged support for planets finally available now. So if anybody already has zip in their house and they didn't know it just make sure that you update the app in the apple update the speaker, and the speaker will be airplay to compatible. And if you don't, you can actually buy the zip to..

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"anini" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Seven square didn't have the gold master ida's had us an older f, seven build and try to make it work. So maybe the source code slip through the cracks at that does happen that does happen. I think that reengineering final fantasy eight probably wouldn't be worth it to them given the amount of money that they would get. But that's just the reason that they should remastered it. Phantom Oto eighty points out. The tales of Sperry tenth anniversary edition was announced for PS four and switch today. That's great news, very happy to hear that tales of spirit. Perhaps the best of the tales games. I think Brasilia's up there as well. Just a lovely little series. Great. I, if you're just into light humorous, fun, JR PG's and the speier's definitely the ticket and also has a a wolf that smokes. He's like smoking pipe. I don't know why we'll smoking instance say he's your buddy. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Let's see. Ignatio I use my kick stand with me and my friends plan their college between classes. Oh, there you don't front of the table and play around at into? No, no, definitely played hard to hate the kick STAN. It's because it does enable multiple, doesn't able multi-player if you only have one switch and you want to squeeze in some quick games, I think I played. What was it tetris on a. A kick stand switch yard. When I write game when I was visiting the when I was listening to the mental hospital, I would take my switch with me sometimes during breaks up to the library and kick stand because planned Mario odyssey and I couldn't do half the moves in in in hand, held notes, there's a time. So if you can get to any s wireless controllers and you put your switch into the kick STAN, you can play Mario in a way that you've never played it before. Baseball, baseball, baseball's. And finally, kebab says, Hansel apps, Arna thing that was a week five. Hi, Kevin is correct. All right. Now, man, friends. Thank you for during this insanity yet. Again, thank you for carrying about what we do. You give us great jobs or do every day. Thank you very much for being here today. Thanks for having me. And once again that that their website you work for and run and operate, and all the rest of that is yet check us out at US gamer dot net. We got a lot of great content up recently and we had a world of warcraft or oral history, and also a Spiderman to aural history and also are features. Writer. Katie McCarthy did a really great retrospective on killer seven. We do a lot of retrospectives over at US g. and if you're into retro in our PG game games, I, I like to think that we give the those particular categories just a little bit of extra lov. So at a time when people are largely arguing that you can't get away with doing good video game writing on the internet and run a business managed to do it. Well, I disagree. I think that video game writing is actually. Than ever. I think that it's more diverse. It's more thoughtful people are really, that's. And that's just a Mark of the maturation of the the medium itself games have gotten smarter and therefore the writing around them has gotten smarter concur. Absolutely. This Tuesday tomorrow, y'all are stuck with me again and I'll be joined by ns Tina Anini, who will be making her kind of funny games, daily debut. I hope you enjoy the show tomorrow. Thank you for watching today. And until next time it's been pleasure to serve you. Thank you.

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"anini" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"anini" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Calls coming in you want to get to the calls early well you're the you're right it's a beautiful thing about having my own show delay three three six thirty seven hundred bob nonni joining us here let's start off with ron in boise ron you're on six seventy bob and anini go ahead back to your earlier part of your conversation in the beginning regarding education in the state of idaho idaho being the very lowest as far as rankings and performance and the amount of money that stated by the host spends on the public education you kinda alluded to what's your concept word what actually will you do if elected to raise the performance standards to improve the public education system in the state of the idaho well you made a comment ron regarding where we rank and we do rank i think it's forty eighth out of fifty one in funding but not in testing in chievements we rank in about the middle of the pack and a couple of areas in the country washington dc and new jersey this some of the most per student in the country rank at the bottom so money does not equate to outcomes you could say spend a whole bunch of money and not have good outcomes you you can spend less money in have much better outcomes so it's what we provide to the students in the form of good quality teachers and i think under what the governor has done the last few years with the career ladder we put three hundred million dollars of new money into public education in the last three years one hundred million this year in eighteen in one hundred million each of the last two years and will continue to do the career ladder and we're making progress in education i think we're making progress in higher education i served on the governor's higher ed task force so i think we're moving in the right direction there's a goal to get sixty percent of high school graduates to to to get a degree and that doesn't mean a four year degree necessarily or just even a two year associate degree but to get some sort of career technical training at the.

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"anini" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"anini" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Oscar goes to over auto oh with kevin kline interest think choice tell me why um they actually has to do because goma lake favorite wife and i'm a huge every aspect ban and like you wanted his first film all right i just i really appreciate everything that you on there on the move before it's amazing to it's a good movie to anini hits it holds the retention i mean i think silverado i think it's a very underrated these well rich and hartland richer wtmj good afternoon hijau coverage happy friday era the amen to that america i'm gonna go with apocalypse now okay uh the the original one were have you seen than they came out with all the added seen zone unarmed out ear at the original okay without there are a great group of act earth a great story line great our prayer our area irishamerican a very young or elite younger of laid yeah he played like a bit for a small port beginning he was the aid to the general daria riot i believe going like bank years old by arc bombard hugh robert ball bennett popper arslan grand oath effect great actor okay he his my theory apocalypse now the rich i i always hugh that is to movies i thought the beginning i thought up to the marlon brando park i thought it was a great movie i thought that last quarter would ever with marlon brando maybe i just didn't get it working or not will up up until the yeah yeah and if they see that basic i was so that is to movies and apparently brando candid with serie is he showed up late really heavy in you know do didn't want to like learn lines and stuff like that i i always like 'apocalypse now i always see this to movies a great movie up until the marlon brando stuff and after that kinda in but nevertheless four one four seven nine nine would 620 caroline waukesha carragher wtmj hello hour the oscar goes to karn with the wear yes yeah i i wonder if i wonder if people are gonna see that is much anymore because there's going to be folks who to say it's politically incorrect now because it glamorizes the you know a civil war south i hope not if the good movie that his three drama action and clark gable will do the lee abject ethics thanks.

"anini" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"anini" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I mean i i was so happy when i heard this but can we like the way he lie handled this lake it was amazing like if i had a team i would want him to be the leader of my team even if he's not playing well which he is a playing well but it is and have a lot of weapons is yours difficult yeah and like the way he handled it was just it was masterful those masterful and you know that shows the character of you i manning and you know all the manning's eurowide you know who that also describes who tim tibo that anini deserves to be starting quarterback really he could do better than what we have here by a lot boy probably could yeah i could and i would say and i don't think that chievo's bear than eli nor do i believe that you i shouldn't be able to star i'm just saying everyone that got up in arms abound game benched i think was being silly because i don't think it'll cannot at ally what the giants dole either lie manning is to pay him his car no they owe him respect because he's done a lot and if you're just paying if you're just playing for money you're not playing for the right reasons because he could be dugout plenty of money i eight eight they don't always did stupid thing was they went to gino instead of going to the right web is how how their leaders lab then then everything would have been fi because the way is that a lot an nfl quarterback you may as well be oh now that i gallinot that alarmed lofts wanted him i had i well yeah it worked out better buffalo freely that is paratroop two eight six zero zero four six a lot of tax.

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"anini" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"anini" Discussed on WCTC

"I mean uh absolutely i i think there is so much there's so much pork it's always such a big money grab it such a difficult thing for people to do i mean i'd been quite frankly i've talked about this with the with about rand paul for example you know not coming out denouncing rory more and all that kind of stuff i feel like the libertarian party and and people who are more of a fiscally conservative minded individuals you know there's their voices despite what they see on the campaign trail oftentimes they get to washington and and they don't actually follow through with the promises that they talk about on the campaign trail that's right and nieto in what are the main reasons is because they are beholden to the millions of dollars that they were given by uh special interest groups no word where a grassroots uh ah uh campaign i mean our our our war chest you know you wouldn't even call it a chest way but we're getting the message out and as people are hearing about us there you know our social media or websites are getting more and more hits every day and people are coming up to us uh you know people that spoken do uh in person they're like thank you for being an option for me to vote in home was not going to vote this year i was not going to vote in this special election but you know now that i got an an off another option to do it object after platform alike your ideas i'm gonna i'm gonna write you in i absolutely love it this democratic process dis if were not allowed to have a good array of choices and so i just want to thank you number one uh for putting yourself out there uh would you i know ruin more has said that he will not debate doug jones would you be willing to go go on stage represent your ideals against someone like doug jones no dental await reached out his campaign to see if he would um uh would debate us and we've heard nothing we tried to get on a debate in a huntsville alabama anini station was trying to put together uh more two aid wouldn't do it uh jones said he would i.

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