17 Burst results for "Asia Mike"

"asia mike" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

06:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"asia mike" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"And what i do like to do on occasion is i want to have like a concert playing off of plex which means i'm playing it on the apple tv but i don't necessarily want to have the tv on because maybe the kids are staring at it or maybe. I just don't need to look at the concert. I just want to hear it. And so i needed a way to get audio only out of the apple. Tv into a second toss link input into the receiver. So what what. I had was strictly speaking apple. Tv little teeny tiny hd. My cable to this issue my audio extractor and on the other side of the audio extractor and hd my cable to the wall. There's an hmo on cable in the wall and then in each you my cable coming out of the wall into the tv so i immediately realized my audio extractors too old and it doesn't support four k fine okay. That's my own fault. It's my own fault. So i pull that out and i entirely now. I'm going from apple. Tv to the wall through the wall then to the tv. And i tried to place. Or i'm looking at it and it just doesn't look right to me and then i start doing the like calibration calibration but like what video mode in my on and i should have taken better notes but i was. I was in such a hurry to try to figure this out that i didn't. I didn't take good notes. But i think i think i was on ten eighty and so i'm like well that's weird. That doesn't seem right at all and somewhere in the tv settings. There's a mechanism by which you can say hold on Detect the tv and see what the issue is. See what see what video modes you support and eventually comes back and it says well i think all i really got is four k. No no oh. Yes i'm good. Oh here we are. It's four k dolby vision and everything seems fine. Four k sixty hertz. Wbz moral good. And i go to play some stuff. The i play some stuff off at apple tv. I play One of the couple of things. I haven't four k on plex. And what i'm finding is even in ten eighty contents every like thirty seconds and this is where the problem comes in every thirty seconds. The tv loses all signal. I hear nothing. I see nothing waits for two or three seconds and then everything comes back so this is happening every thirty seconds to a minute. I'm just periodically losing everything on the tv. I can't hear anything. I can't see anything. What's the problem. Can i guess yes please bet. Hdmi cable or asia. Mike cable i can't handle the The the full the full resolution that you're sending your guests noted. Let me continue telling more of the story. So i eventually think to myself The cable inside the wall was put there in the off so like ten plus years ago. I bet you the saint right and it's just not supporting the bandwidth that i need so go into the apple tv settings. And i think okay. Let me see if i crank it down from four k. Toby visit sixty hertz. The best bang for my buck. The thing i will miss the least is if i drop it down to thirty hurts so i'm still four okay. I'm still vision but thirty hertz. Here you're killing me with all these things you watch a lot of sixty frames per second content on yourself do you. Here's the thing. I don't but oh i tell you. Let me tell you what looks like garbage. What looks like garbage is the animations on the apple. Tv like home screen and anything apple tv related. Like just the animations like zooming in and out in moving around. I i swear to you. They look like garbage. They look so crappy at thirty hertz. Right but there is a setting that. I'm surprised. this isn't a default. Maybe important these settings the setting that you want has. Hey when i'm on the menu apple. Tv us sixty hertz because i want sixty second animation but when i'm watching an actual tv show you agree that the television show or movie was shot in and please do that. No that wasn't that wouldn't solve this problem though but it wouldn't solve the problem. Because even in the home screen then would periodically. I would assume get these blackouts dropouts going. But i'm saying like the solution is probably not to. Let's let's pin my tv. Sixty second everywhere. Because that's going to make everything look really bad except for the screen nonetheless so nonetheless. I eventually come to this conclusion. That i can do. Four k at thirty hertz. With dolby vision. Everything's fine and i thought i had at least gotten a stopgap for now and i've already ordered through mono price a supposedly eight k capable cable. Because i think what i have to do is go back in the wall and string new like fifteen foot cable through the wall. So in other words. Marco i think your conclusion was or i i can tell you. Your conclusion is my conclusion that the cable in the wall was no good however already solved. the problem. what had happened was unrelated to all of this work. I also one of the final steps on the screen porch which is now pretty much done was installing outdoor speakers. And for the first time in years. I've had a need to plug stuff in to the four speaker ports. That are below one of the hdmi ports in tussling port. That's in the diagram in the process of doing that. I removed the upper left. Hmi cable which just so happens to be the verizon files cable box in placing that that cable back in the wall. Once i was the outdoor speakers. I accidentally pushed the hdmi receptacle inside the wall. Further into the wall can't plug in the hd mine right quality craftsmanship this box the drawn. It's really frustrating. So now i've gotta take everything. I've got a room. Remove the face plate. I've gotta take. I think it was. I only had to remove the left hand gang or whatever. It's called the left hand. Vox and pull it out. So i can shove each receptacle back to where it's supposed to be blah blah blah. So then when i was reconnecting diagrammed in this pictures. Blue and pink or whatever but they're really not color-coded when i was re connecting the two hd reports for the or the two inch cables for the switch apple tv. Because i was in such a rush to finish this. I accidentally swapped them. And i know this because all of a sudden my tv was like. Oh there's something new here.

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"asia mike" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"asia mike" Discussed on KTRH

"All these rains, the flood waters the heavy rains the tax day floods this leeches out all the trace Minerals trace Ln the rain pounds out the trace elements trace minerals. That's what a zombie is for us. It brings back trace minerals and trace elements, and it makes a fertilization program work even that much better write it like completes the life cycle of the fertilization schedule. But again, it is still optional. The places that we talk about you will definitely find it. Southwest Fertilizer plants for all seasons were in Southern Garden Kingwood Garden Center. I know that not on today because they're closed. But even the places like the ground up their bulk locations sell Aizu might Lot of Ace Hardware stores are killing it right because it's coming out in the night Football Square house as well. So if you have any questions, any clarification questions about using the trace element package that we talked about in the fertilization schedule. You could always just quickly opt for a zoo might There are others out there, but a somebody's in the biggest bags. And that kind of makes it the most cost effective the trace elements out there, and that's on my job here is to make these things easy for you where to get him and cost effective. So if you have never done a trace element trace mineral package You can do it during your fall feeding it is on this schedule in Asia. Mike is Considered the most readily available out there. If you need more information, please take a moment. Go to a zoo might dot com. Here's Tommy and San Leone. Good morning, Tommy. Morning, So I've got a weird situation where I have a, um, accidental watermelon patch that was started after a cookout. In a largely ignored it. It really started growing started watering it, but the start out with the really great, beautiful little green striped watermelons, But they quickly turn a bright orange and theyjust quit growing when they get to be about the size of a big marble. Yeah, it's not pollinating correctly. So next time you get a watermelon patch going, you need to know the difference between a male and a female blossom on a Q curb it crop to curb its watermelon, cantaloupe eggplant. Can you tell what I think about eggplant? Ah, Watermelon. Cantaloupe, honey. Tio cucumbers, zucchini squash. Although they're all cute, curb it plans the pollination is key to success for it. And if you don't have a lot of bees in the area, you don't get a lot of help. So then you need to know the difference between a male and female blossom. You grab a male blossom. You open it up and you rub a little bit of that pollen from the male blossom on each of the female blossoms. So your education from here till spring of 2021 has learned about male and female blossoms and how to pollinate yourself. Pollinate on your head. Okay? Anything else? No, sir, That was that that answers my question and be consistent with the food. Watermelons, air heavy feeders. And of course they need, you know, very consistent having moisture but it really when you've had the blooms, and you've had the baby fruit and they fall off, no matter what the kid covered crowd, I just cute. Curb it crop I just mentioned Wow, that's a tongue twister. It's all about pollination. And when you don't have a lot of bees, and we many sections of this listening region have had a really significant be reduction. Then you'll understand what I mean. And it really does help. Self pollinating becomes fun. I do and I'm on tomatoes. I do know my cucumbers have done in the watermelons before is fun. And then you know you're going to be hitting it on. It's gonna be like major production. Won't you do the self pollination? This is the guard line on NewsRadio. 7 40. Kate here it will be right back. Garden line were a grassroots organization. 2020 was different to say the least. We had virtual dance parties and ordered takeout feasts. Suddenly, our ideal vacation is a souped up RV. We learn masks, fogger glasses, which makes it hard to see..

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"asia mike" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"asia mike" Discussed on KTRH

"Your turn a a zero zero might might okay that is a might is a might well the reason it's a them I am not Azomite is it's all the trace minerals from a to Z. ever so I had to learn that when the product first hit the market a couple years ago well it's been around for a long time we finally started doing endorsements for a couple years ago and I had to be taught that it's a semi and not as much because my just phonetic journalistic background was like that's Azomite now it's easier my because it's everything from a dizzy and I say that not to be mean to any one particular because I've run into this several times when we do appearances and maybe there's some Asia Mike Purcell over there and you hear some young when let's say young girl that she thought she was just the bomb on the information at this nursery and she kept telling yet you need to use this as a minus it ma'am it's a semi she looked at me like go to hell ma'am it's a they might let me explain to you why it's everything from a to Z. in the world of trace minerals needed and boy do we need to trace minerals the trace elements added back to the soil thank you Harvey thank you all right thank you Imelda thank you tax they flood thank you Memorial Day flood those are all the reasons why we need those trace elements trace minerals added back to the store because they have been washed out over the years so check out Aizen might dot com AZ O. M. I. T. E. learn as much as you can about it and the neat thing and this was kind of a cool thing in this is been happening to me more and more in the last two three weeks as I'm getting ready to distribute the book and I've been to a couple of the seminars at these distribution sites in for nurseries and garden centers feed stores and hardware stores I've had people come up to me going Hey do I really need to stock up on this aids in my in my answer to these nursery owners the feed store owners he's ace hardware store owners as yes because we have now added it to the fertilization schedule Aizen might AZ O. M. I. T. A.'s Mike dot com one.

"asia mike" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"asia mike" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Welcome to the program the Glenn Beck program we have Harry dent on he is the author of a new book out called zero hour he's a he's an economist. he has written several several books over the recent years he goes against the grain usually this time people are starting to agree with them but he predicted the dot com bubble in the nineties I believe he also had a book out that talked about the banking crisis in two thousand eight he is he is a more accurate on timing than I am but he is very accurate on the direction we're headed he's saying that we are approaching zero hour in twenty twenty of a of a massive meltdown welcome to the program Harry dent. they're nice to be back on yes thank you so let me let me start with this are you concerned at all about what's happening with the banking sector that they say was caused by a buying US treasuries and then they also had to pay their taxes on the same week and so the the repo loans that are being given by the fed and they say they're going to do it now they they were only going to do I think fifty billion dollars and they announced last Friday that they're going to continue this until October tenth to the tune of one point eight trillion dollars to the banks what's happening there. well yeah it is it is more is saying that all of a sudden banks the money you can't say quarterly tax payments are due because that happens every quarter yeah and I mean that's fire everybody in your accounting department if that is true yeah in the in the repo rate didn't doesn't jump to ten percent every quarter when that happened so correct there is a reason that there's a couple things going on in the Senate is partly responsible for this back in two thousand eight in the crisis they for the first time Hey banks to have the access for reserves part at the fat I've been to pass that they did that they didn't get anything I and so the so the banks are sitting here saying okay other banks need more money but for some reason the big banks we want to really do this or not Linda get it its banks lending to each other is this your call right and then for some reason they're not but but the reserve so so but but they they're getting that one point nine percent of getting the same amount just sitting there at the fed so the first created that that was not the case the the other thing is that it started draining they started buying back fondly started shrinking the balance sheet between two thousand seventeen eighteen and ballot took the mild mannered money that banks have an excess reserve that the park what they're required to have with that said so this is accessed drop from two point eight down to one point four trillion so there is less money in the system because of that and now there seems to be I mean like you said nobody's giving a reason which is weird it is worth about giving a reason why banks I made the money but but they may just get to a point where the where the the larger banks say well you know we want to have some access liquid because the two items. they know that they're still I mean no the number at six hundred seventy trillion dollars of crazy derivatives highly leveraged. are gonna thirty trillion in the system. and in the course they these banks all of them very and Bastin and they're basically speculators now in in in there the smart money that you're gonna be ahead of the fat and as long as the fed chief easing they just keep adding on that highly leveraged so you know they know that they they have no more risky than they let on and so maybe these bigger banks are just saying you know where did where I think we'd rather have this money sitting the fed and we're getting paid the same network the interesting if the fed acted like this because that is the third word a lower that rate you're paying on those accessories are then the banks would have more motivation and they're they're they're getting land boys then you know something's happening but it's definitely troubling this is not true this money has to be paid back or not but the fact they have to keep doing every night some problem. the problem with IT is drying up and not that's all it doesn't take much to trigger a crisis when we now have seventy trillion more and global debt than we had before and we have you know eighty eight eighty nine trillion dollars in just holes or natural asset all of this can and and businesses that twenty nine trillion and financial institutions have you know a hundred and two trillion this money can just disappear in and that's what happens in that the difference between a recession and a depression and you know when I I know you're thinking same I'm calling for a depression we began a depression in two thousand eight but they printed sixty trillion dollars to blow our way out of it you keep the banks from having to mark take losses on their lawn bad loans and then mark things down a market which they allow them not to do which is all bad business at all not letting you clean out the system so the economy can get healthy again so we're sharing all this bad debt now we got seventy trillion more most of that came in the emerging world where their debt almost tripled since you down there because we put it all these cheap dollars in euros and stuff and yet especially dollars and someone merging markets merging countries one on a bar we spree like we did in the two thousand eight so we're more in depth they're way more in depth so so what we're gonna have instead of the nineteen thirty scenario where the first downturn was the worst of the Great Depression twenty five percent unemployment eighty nine percent stock crashed in a real estate goes down everything goes back this time we had it and then they had an after shock in nineteen thirty seven to forty a second on a lesser depression what we got is the lesser depression on the front side of we're going to get the big one on the backside precisely because governments central banks all that the same thing they just printed their way out of this state they printed money to cover up in to prevent deflation deflation is occurring and again that's what depression is versus the recession when you see deep. Asia Mike in the nineteen thirties we started to see in two thousand eight nine we have loans failing that means they get written off or or restructure money disappears in the system stock stock bubbles but you know what stock markets were what seventy trillion dollars that drops to fifty sixty seventy eighty percent money disappears and does not come back to also money coming out of the system that causes deflation and that's a sign that you're going through what I call a big detox today death is the leveraging financial bubbles are coming down to reality the stock market right now you know I I think you probably remember might have better indicator on most famous for suspending way new generations moving predictably up of rising spending cycle as they age until age forty six now it's forty seven on the and and that that's been the best gauge of where the stock market should be in the best predictor of the past will now the stock market's a hundred fourteen percent above that by far the most over valley letting you know what I've always companies buying back their own stock their earnings per share from shrinking their stock has gone up a hundred nineteen percent faster than the actual earnings and that's exactly almost exactly how much the stock market's overvalued no into everyday investors are buying the stock market institutions are actually backing out in in the last year all corporations five point seven trillion dollars since about my corporation I think that their own stock which means they're buying they're taking the cash flow of their shareholders and and buying stocks that are what massively overvalued in in a bottle and then when it crashes they're gonna lose all that money to Cheryl's gonna say well why don't you buying our stock now that is down eighty ninety percent one thing I said well we don't have the money because people within the bubble I've never seen this one before were just the dumb money today is the is the largest corporations management buying back their own stock and then the left side in real estate the biggest bubbles are being driven by the richest people buying. the biggest cities like New York and London and San Francisco and and and Miami and Shanghai and Sydney and Justin Singapore and and they are buying real estate massively overvalued thinking over to never go down because rich people like us we'll always have money to buy it no the rich people the richer you are the more money you have and financial assets the more you gonna we when this bubble blows in and I'm saying at the latest this thing blows by early two thousand twenty one I think it's gonna blow right around the corner I think it's gonna blow in early two thousand twenty up to but I've got two scenarios it's so bad now glad that you know since central banks just do anything print any amount of money or cut taxes whatever to keep this going this is this is just going to be a bottle that goes until it blows and it looks to me it's a we've got maybe one more rally last and and the question is do we get a significant scare first and then a rally because the staff does step up and do what trump is telling the website you'll point a bunch of money and and lower interest rates more aggressively again but but one way the other I think using my odds are that this gonna blow by in the first half of next year and maybe as soon as soon as January one more so what does the average person do don't talk to me about people have lots of money talk to me about people who have very little money what do they do. well you know I take first thing but Chris because real estate is hard if you have real estate that's not strategic your life like the home you plan to stay and long term are you got maybe a second home did you don't use that much data how may be used speculated a house with a lot of people don you know you know you buy a house and then and then you ran it out and then you hope to go keep going up in this bubble you got to sell your real estate now because real estate gets illiquid very fast and that's what happened in two thousand eight so so any real estate and if you're thinking organic mansion now but in three years I'm gonna retire and I want to sell it no sell it now before this crash because real estate I think this time it my indicator realistic very good it was twenty percent over valued in two thousand six the laptop and I did call that I can play them back I sold my house in Miami all right above in late two thousand five just before real estate peaked in two thousand six now it is forty percent overvalued. bear to my best indicator for that so I'm expecting up to a fifty percent crash versus thirty four percent and real estate now that's. what hits the average person the most because people tend to have dead against our house and people tend to have a lot rich people have a lot more money in financial assets but but everyday people have more money in their house in the primary home and or vacation house of real estate first. I'm telling people you know it right now would be a bad time because we we could see a surprise crash literally within weeks of the market at a very critical point right now they're trying to break to new highs in the cake can't means you're probably gonna go down more than they did late last year not that could be twenty five thirty percent so this is this is a good time to lighten up on stocks if we see this one for rally but I'm expecting been yes definitely so let me just you're thinking there's a rally at the thirty three possible. possible yes or no might but I'm most watching gland the nasdaq because that's the lead dog that's the week bubble nasdaq on project if we get one more spot if we can break up to new highs and continue the rally that started in in late December then my target would be about ten thousand I see it get near ten thousand nasdaq data is an absolute take your money and run you know the goes higher because as Baron Rothschild said in the eighteen hundreds when asked what's the secret your wealth I always got out a little early one of the things that go on I did was I looked it bobbles not only this teddy peuples for few years because we're not we're the biggest bubble in all history it's global being pushed out coordinated by central banks all around the world bobbles the first crash when when the smart money finally say it's over I've got a smart money indicator that saying they're already running for the hills they just haven't started shorting is that there is not investing in this market the first crashed averages in the last seven bobbles last entry twenty two percent in the first two point six months in the worst one which would probably be more like this was nineteen twenty nine forty nine percent in the first two point three months in less than ten weeks the market closed up forty nine percent on the way down eighty nine percent in in in nineteen thirty two but but more than half of it happens right away so people who wait say wallow in a week it's better to get out a little early I I I think markets are either going to break up or down in the next few weeks or so they break up I would kinda like cell into that rally if they start to break down and then.

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"asia mike" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"asia mike" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Private sector why they are the source of not of the innovation their sources Florida the finance that is available and they are the agents that can bring about change but when they don't behave they're also the agents of destruction so getting the private sector on board is very important and there are many many initiatives I should've where the private sector will be featured in a very very strong way in what would be announced at the UN climate summit. Let's talk more about about the question of the youth because I think it's so important in heartwarming to see someone like Greta Thunberg sail over here from Scandinavia and meet with Jane Goodall and she's meeting with world leaders in New York talk about the importance of her role in particular and youth in general as you were saying Amar in leading change engine climate action when we think about climate change we tend to think things happening in the future to future generations whereas we reached a point today where people alive right now now we'll see the impacts of climate change I will see more impacts of climate change in my life and someone who's Greta Burg's age will see tremendous impacts from climate change within her lifetime. We're talking about people alive today and so the youth movement in particular I think really has the moral high ground in a sense in this to say you're impacting eighteen not some fuzzy future you're impacting me during my lifetime in this matters to me personally and so I feel like they really bring a moral moral imperative and put a face on the problem in a way that is really important so what gives you both hope and maybe it's the actions of youth like that credit on Berg. Maybe it's the global political will if it is what gives you both hope that the world will begin to address the climate crisis in the way that it needs to be addressed for me personally the two sources of hope our technology and innovation which is is changing the options that are open to us much faster than we had previously taught and second is a growing recognition in global citizenry and especially the young that we have to change our ways. I'm in complete agreement with him are and the thing that I will add as opinions on climate change. They changed the behavior of the private sector. I mean you think about the kinds of investments that need to be put in place to shift our economy enemy towards a lower carbon economy a lot of these are going to be made by the private sector and so it's the individual decisions of consumers the drive the behavior of private sector companies unease they look at the kinds of processes that they're running the kind of products that they're making government policy will help drive these changes but additionally the private sector will be making these investments and so as people think about climate in how they live their lives and how they make decisions they'll drive the private sector to do new things both through their reputation and and through the kinds of products that they sell and processes that they run so as people become more aware that will drive the solution both through politics and through people's behavior in the economy me Samantha Amar I WanNa thank you both for taking some time out to help us understand the issue and look forward to talking again. Thank you my pleasure thanks they can learn more about research on energy energy and climate at brookings on our website Brookings Dot. Edu The now meet Lindsey four and find out how she traveled from Opera Asian Studies Hi I'm Lindsay Fordham and David Rubenstein Fellow in the Foreign Policy Program here at Brookings and I'm working at the Center for East Asia Policy Studies. I grew up in Calgary Canada out in the rocky mountains but I was actually born in Texas and went to graduate school there so I still think of myself Texan at heart. I think I got started as a scholar in sort of an unconventional way. My undergraduate degree was actually music and theater theater so I didn't start off in the policy world. My first job after school was actually an opera playing a five year old so it might seem like a bit of an about volte-face that I ended up here. I think that common ground for me actually between theater in policy world was really desire on my part understand more about the world how it works how people think and I think they're surprising similarities there so studying international relations getting into government into the policy space as for me was a great way to understand those problems really on a macro level. Maybe feel a bit like I can actually help shape some of the direction. I think the most important issue that we're facing today in the United States is the debate that's taking place about America's global leadership role not just a question of whether or not America continues to lead in the future turbine how we lead so to me some of the questions that result from that does the US need to take a more restrained approach to military interventions overseas these are we actually interested still in repairing and rebuilding the international institutions that we put together after World War Two and if we are entering into a world it's more multi-polar are we having the right kinds of conversations with our allies with our friends and tending to those relationships in the right way that ensures we can respond to problems uh-huh like China and Chinese revisionism collectively rather than individually what I'm really going to spend a lot of time focusing on right now is thinking about the future of the US alliance system in Asia in the Indo Pacific region looking at how the US and its allies can create more effective coalition models multilateral all kinds of defense networks that are appropriate for the Asian region and different from the multilateral models that we've really established in Europe through NATO and and the flip side of the question that I really want to look at is understanding what China is doing to create its own security and defence partnerships network in the Pacific region and what impact impact that's going to have on US foreign policy if I could recommend book right now to people it's one that I've been reading lately that I really appreciate by Mike Green gene called by more than providence and it's a pretty sweeping look at the history of US engagement in Asia how the US has shaped its strategy toward the region then there's a lot of debate happening right now about the U. S. China relationship and how the US needs to think about adjusting its policy toward China and what I really like about. Mike's book is is he helps you situate that relationship within the context of broader. US strategy in the region and I think about how the US has traditionally defined its interest Christon Asia. Mike lays out really well which to me is a really important part of the conversation when you think about how we need to approach China Future Uh Lindsey Ford it'll be hosting a special series for the Brookings Cafeteria during the first week of October in five episodes one airing each day of that that week she'll talk with colleagues are doing research on China's activities footprint around the world. I asked her to talk. A little about the project. Brookings has has just launched a new global China project. The aim of this project is to take a look not just at how China has changed and the growing power and influence it. It's exerting on the global stage but also to think about where the U. S. China relationship is headed. Eat was two thousand five when Bob Zelic urged China to become a responsible stakeholder in the international all system and we fast forward to two thousand eighteen in the national defense strategy refers to China as a strategic competitor and I think this just highlights there have been some pretty seismic shifts that have taken place place in the U. S. China relationship in the past decade and it's really kicked off a vigorous debate about how the US needs to approach China in the future so this is going to be a two year project. It's led led by Bruce Jones. The vice president of our Foreign Policy Program and the aim is really to give policymakers and the public sort of a new empirical baseline to understand China's China's regional and global ambitions. I think the great thing about this project is it's going to draw not just on the talent of the Asia hands but the talent of the whole foreign policy program so we'll have security folks strategy experts tech experts the economic team as well as some of our scholars on other regions of the world to the Middle East Europe and that's really going to allow us to drill down on how China is exerting its influence across a range of spears on this project and I think that's GonNa make it really comprehensive and really useful the the Brookings Cafeteria podcast is the product of an amazing team of colleagues starting when Audio Engineer Gaston Roberto and producer Chris Mckenna Bill Finance Director of the Brookings Institution Press Does the interviews and those at Baylor and Eric Blah and provide hi design and web support our interim this fall is Aylwin Fain finally my thanks to Camilla Ramirez and Emily.

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"asia mike" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"That's all I was trying to say, sometimes, you know, I'm it's fine words. We have so much to get through today, and we keep talking about how much we have to get through. But I also wanna add on top of what we have to get through then in front pearls recap and still carpool karaoke. Watch last night on my TV because that's what I do too. I was going to make it a story that I was like there's no way she watched too, because he just came out. It doesn't need to be a story. No. But we could talk we'd have it at the end. But I guess not right now anyway, I love talking about things like saying, we're going to talk about them later, but we like Joey shirts without family, leave. No real. What's so funny actually yesterday? You know this, I was watching that because I love talking about this show and and not doing hold on yesterday. I was watching episode of the morning breath because I was trying to find this moment that you and I were talking about we were laughing so hard. And we really had such a structure to the show. We had the fast by the morning rose like we have all these different segments. Excuse me to live you here with us into shape. And now we're just like a bunch of hooligans running our mouths. But I wonder do people miss the segments like should be. More structure. I'd like just like free Molin. I love free bowling there. I had seen some posts recently actually that people were curious about toast movie of the week, which I didn't know was even such a hit. Really? I thought we were forcing it on people. I thought we were too in it. All really died with the secretary biscuit or fusion of twenty. Yeah. We have tells me the week, we have deer toasters and we have. No. That's it. Yeah. Anyways, we have enough on our plate. So here's the first story. Another woman with a lot on her plate. We haven't gotten the chance to talk about this yet. But I'm excited that today's the day because riana is law shade, launching a high fashion could tore line high fashion, couture line, a what could to cut you could chip, gosh, online under L, the more rose would be incredibly disappointed if you heard how you just pronounced could you? Well, I know you were away but you see. Of course I did. And did you see that? She outed herself. Yes. And you know what? I actually did that toaster for putting yourself on the line. And that's the thing. That's what being a toaster is all about. And that whole saga was the definition of constructive. Criticism people love to tell me that I can't take constructive criticism. And it's like no, I can't. But like you also calling me that's not constructive. You know what I mean? There's a difference between constructive criticism and criticism. Yeah. No. It's like here's a perfect example of constructive criticism like someone wants read comment. I wrote like a feedback that really resonated Mindy. It was when the whole Roman Polanski saga of two thousand seventeen was like you guys just like run your mouth. You've done away. You're talking about this from like you need to start doing your research, and you know what they were right like this new implants. He was a good guy. We didn't know we didn't know how ever I will say that we do a lot of research for the show. We are up on all the news, we watch every single TV show. However, sometimes topics come up while we're talking that we don't plan to talk about. And then we're talking about it without having done research, you know. No, that's just where the conversation went. And you know what whatever think of Roma plans, I think of my run in with Adrian Brodie do you know about this? Yes. I do actually I was at a dinner party seated next stage Brody, and I'm not gonna lie. I had no idea who he was. And he was telling me and I was like, what do you do these like, I'm a painter. And I act a little like, oh, that's cute. And then I left my go Sydney. The weirdest guy was like that's Asia. Mike. Mike. Right. He's like a Jewish figure. I was like embarrassed that, I didn't know he should have said..

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"asia mike" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"So much enjoy the Billy Joel moving into the commercial break there. AM like the biggest Billy Joel fan you'll ever meet. They like weird I can play every I started playing piano. I didn't like it. Right. Real clear. It just didn't like playing piano because the teacher and she like, yeah. And you had the practice, and I'm gonna come up practice who practices? And this wasn't for me. So I stop I think twelve ten eleven twelve years. I'm done. And what do say more, and then, but we had a piano in our house. And I went to my brother's took me see Billy Joel the academy of music in Philadelphia. South broad street was born on north broad street. South broadsheets, the other side were south Philly's, my family came in eighteen seventy one and we went to see Billy Joel I was like what twelve thirteen new idea with this guy was and I saw him play and actually heard him sitting right there. And he just he was an entertainer just talk to the audience, and I'm like, oh my goodness. Discuss greatest thing ever. And I ran back now cancelled piano lessons. My parents not putting ten bucks Donald anymore sucker. So I sat down on our Pano, everything and see all white keys, nothing racist. I would sit there that's an opioid and I'd sit down. I started play Billy Joel music play piano man in c-. He plays it in to your eight now, and I went down, and and all of a sudden like oh my gosh. I don't need a teacher southern play. Every Billy Joel song without a teacher. And I just love. Oh my gosh. Best artist ever are let me get your calls honored to be here in Houston. I'm symbol filling in for Mike today. Eight hundred six five five Mike we played the debacle. The Hindenburg interview of Jim Mukasa CNN going down in flames to the price fighter. Donald trump. Let me get see coach Chris calling the Mike Gallagher show. He is in Idaho. Chris walk him aboard, sir. How you doing? I'm good. Thank you. All this stuff is crazy with the mid terms and everything I'll tell you making your way in the world today. It takes everything you guy. You know, you take a break. A break from all my worries show would help a lot, you know. Let me tell you. If I could put that were those words and music, rich. I'd find sitcom. Come on. He gave it a shot. He was better than Jim Acosta for crying out loud. It's classic. Listen. I I love the the sense of humor. Let me get to Jim. I believe in Birmingham. See there Jimmy there. Yeah. Jim what sir loud and clear clarify by five? Welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. What's up? Hey, I was wondering do you think the coach should have played you more? Can we cut takes up real quick? Got the hang up. So Samuel Alexander Bologne. Right. That's the name. But anyway, so when cheers was on TV people Asia, Mike, I didn't really watch the show serious. I mean, it was busy. I was more of a friend or whatever those shows are queer to when when cheers signed off get a call from like NBC or whatever. And they got can we interview you? I'm like, why would you wanna interview me? Do there's a million people out there guys named William Cosby Jonathan Carson, right? So hang on. So I'm like, whatever you do an interview, boom. I'll do an interview with it. I yes, same Alexander. Bloomberg my friends and family called me Sammy. But whatever then Diane. Now, my wife's Davis Denise. So here's the third part of the story everybody when you meet new people like us is my wife's true story. I go this is. Hi, diane. And I'm like, it's Denise, but it's okay. The fourth and thanks for the call. Now the fourth I'm not making. I'm not making this up. Our guys are the best booker's. We have a lot of fun who do they book on the show? Ted Danson right who Sam Malone. Cheers. I tend to answer done of a million other things, but he was a symbol chairs. And he comes and he's laughing, and we're I mean, I don't even think he had a project. I'm the kind of guy a very conservative, very pro-life. But I'm still love the entertainment side. And we always have these celebs on the show, and we go around, and I I'm not this is an honest to goodness. That's true story, right? Hey Sam I said Ted I have to thank you. Because every time I drive home. And I look at look at my house. I think I raise a glass etching Donnie to Ted Danson for clearing the path because of my name if money was like psalm Anklewicz, would you really care?.

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"asia mike" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"This is where it gets really bad because they have their social insurance, social insurance number Cuban sandwich, having their sin is really brutal because basically no one has other people's sin numbers. So in terms of pulling identity theft stuff, they have a major vector to screw with you at this point, especially if they have your residential history and your sin. Because as far as I know, those two things combined is like what you need to get your birth certificate, reprinted. And if they get your purse or they can get pretty much any other government ID so they can get driver's licenses, they can get whatever. And at that point you're screwed over. You're done. Even if they don't have all that and all they have is. Like the name of institution that you use and your address you all they already or your Email address they can already make convincing fishing attack. Oh, yeah. Which are enough to pony most people including politicians? Yeah, it's very bad. And and and I guess the original route question I think was what can you do to protect yourself? There's it wasn't, but. Okay, that's thought it was, but sure. Okay. There's not much left, so we'll go there. If you're a standard user was go back from that. If you just purchase things from into x. update your passwords, make sure there's no other password that shared this password. Cancel. Any credit in the past that you used at like an NCI addi- website? Yeah. Yeah. Most people as far as I know were online shoppers. So yeah, make sure that you change your change your other passwords. If you had other passwords shared a password with Entex calm, but seriously in this day and age, you need. To make sure you're not sharing passwords across websites. This kind of stuff happens all the time get on top of it. It's it's too late at this point figured out. Outside of that cancel any credit cards that you may have even possibly use there as far as I know you can't like check what when you had this is my other question is, is there a wage of figure out whether or not you were leaked, right? No. As a right now, no, this privacy fly guy. I don't know if he ended up actually buying the data center, not it says that they like made in a agreement to buy it and then he like walked out of the building. And then that's the end of the story. Oilers dudes. Jeez, sorry, this is a good point. Interesting. So I would want to read it. So I, I don't know if he has it. Other people do have it, but it hasn't leaked publicly like there isn't any. There isn't a website out there with all of this stuff publicly on it. So there's no way to check specifically if you're in there. But like if you've ever bought something from into x. or if you ever worked with NCA ex, you're in there. So you think now that they are seeing be have it, that they will maybe release a list of names of people who owned. I wouldn't trust it anyways. If you've ever it seems like a fairly easy set of like, if statements have you ever worked there? No. Have you ever bought anything from there ever? Yes. Well, hundred racking my brain. I know. I think I may have bought one from physical location. I think I may about Asia, Mike Gabel was, but then I kind of think I bought it with a company credit card because doing it for my other job. I don't know. I would. I would be safe at a minimum if you're an employee like, yeah, so if you're a customer change, whatever passwords that might be the same. Cancel your old credit card. Get a new credit card and forget about it. You'll be okay for the most part you might get. You might get like there might be people trying to minor identity theft to you, but that's that's going to be basically a constant. That's just a thing with the internet these days, and there's probably no information in there that couldn't be found if someone cared enough anyways..

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"asia mike" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Ad leader so the two guys are going to be accompanied only by their official translators it's not going to be a room full of people they're doing the nitty gritty with each other one on one and following these direct one on one negotiations van trump will be joined by the us delegation for an expanded bilateral meeting but this is just going to start off with the boys and their translators that's it usually it's the other way around they start off with the big delegations and then they go door president trump said no we're gonna do it this way my way so the united states delegation tomorrow's expanded bilateral meeting to mine is going to include the secretary of state mike pompeo john kelly the chief of staff going to be there and of course of course bolton will be there the national security adviser the press secretary sarah sanders embassador soom kim and the national security council senior director for asia mike pottenger is also it'd be joining the working lunch according to the white house north korea as you know has jumped out has reneged guess is a better word on previous nuclear agreements how many times with us but has suffered big time under western sanctions in recent years and this last load is really put the kyw boom on a man the dixit just really knocked him to their knees and the regime views its nuclear weapons program as its guarantee against invasion but but when we gave japan the okay to turn its weapons that way that change something didn't you notice that that was the change that's when everything kind of tempered over there no united states is never going to give their old enemy from world war two you know that approval to do anything with its tinker toy weapons we did and that's that's what i noticed.

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"asia mike" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A percentage and you can fudge it a little bit on extra things and throwing bring other elements in but that's what makes this hard and potentially combustible i think the the other thing is that you know typically what you both have said is that this tends to be something that's worked out at a more working level right csis relatively rare for a cabinet official let alone the president to make comments on specific burdensharing or cost sharing arrangements at least when i think about american alliances in asia mike i don't know if it's it's been different in japan but but i think the one of the things that has been different about this from from relatively early is that the president has made comments about this this is something that he thinks about or thinks about as a metric of a successful relationship in his mind and whether regardless of what the rest of us in this room think that could have the potential if he decides to get involved or decides to make public or private comments that could drive the process in a way that that would make it very different than it's been before and i think i think we see from what he said that the potential for that exists i i just don't think any of us know whether he's gonna make the choice to get involved or to to comment on minutes unbolted that process you'll it's interesting you mentioned japan because the way japan dissociation support is elegant kabuki it's like a japanese shaky meal you don't want anything is good korea just a check so basically right so it has to be zero sum the way out of this bureaucratically is for the side and the american negotiators to come up with some new packaging but but i think there's an underlying problem here that we're all dancing around which concerns me i don't hear.

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"asia mike" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Part of their propaganda there be goal is the americans are evil imperialists all of our problems are are because of them so they have notorious infrastructure problems have very little electricity when you look at satellite imagery at night of the asian continent there's basically a black hole where north korea's when we were there they of course wanted to show us that things were good so they would take us to places that had electricity but then there would still be frequent blackouts and oftentimes when the power would cut out i hugh from one of the north korean guards oh the american store electricity again and then being the only american in the room i would now try link down in my chairman look german but part of this propaganda uh is the tell their people how evil we are which is why they need to listen to the kims because the kids will protect a we were on a long bus journey through the country i think we were coming back from the dmz actually and they pulled off in a little town to give us a bachelor break and they pulled to a hotel and it was a women's hotel which is not unusual in asia mike in asia there will be subway cars that are only for women right so that that's culturally somewhat normal serbs women'sonly hotel far we pull up into the into the hotel and the the lead government handler because we were controlled by government hammers the entire time the lead handler stands up in front of the the the tourbus and says this is for a restroom break everyone get often use the restroom except john you have to stay on bus and they didn't tell me why i found out later that i wasn't allowed to go into the hotel because.

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"asia mike" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Com heating and air india's alabama license number one more than twenty what you watch never there is still awaiting this update from ball brawl word county sheriff on the florida shooting embarked on florida but until then we will take phone calls 205 not forewarned 101 one out i have a thing i have a spill on school shootings that i i would like to go on a little bit later in the show maybe this segment depending on how long we also have thursday throwdown coming up but if this press conference runs into thursday throwdown we will take this press conference as it has to be mindful of that as well so we're going to be heavily leaning on the school shooting let's go to the phone lines mike welcome in of the congress asia mike how are you doing doing well guys you know are just a yard just bought up an interesting uh point that has come into play a couple of times in the past is that the fact that the fbi were notified about this boy and were able to do nothing with or four ceo maybe even more port important reach four him for him so you're not to hill bit until there is a process in place for dealing with people like this young man this is never going to yeah well and mike we saw the president's words this morning and we may even get some audio from them blue got later in the show uh but trump said you know what all this doesn't mean anything we can say what we want to say and we can say that we want to fix it but but we can't have actions that make us feel like we make a difference we actually have to make a difference and that's what president trump said this morning in his press conference and i think that goes along with the i i think you have to have some things that employees by that administration id act that yes exactly and this is a glaring this.

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"asia mike" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You'll neil you agree your vehicle always always look for your name on the screen here by france on the away now i know it be too i'll see you served pile there you go it's fifty eight after the hour we've got time for this let's talk to mike he's colored from swanee own o'neill outside good morning mike hey there other still the limousine the roof football clear enough pursuing he called me nicotine good grace where did that night come from only made it up i'm not sure well yeah s spores force nicknames will stick with you when i was in when i was in high school the coach called me because he couldn't remember my name evidently so at night with a name like o'neill he translated that over to the notre dame boy where's the notre dame boy any matter of fact he told me one tammy from someone else he said you know i've there's a guy in schoolers name is o'neill and is the edness other nickname bu euskadi and i can't tell apart and it was both me so that did not make sense and i know i know well at least cash bill that he and then you go notre dame boy and o'neill that makes no sense i will it you know had lots of nicknamed people could remember o'neill or something i don't know maybe i confused everybody is a is four or five guys running around here and they all look the same taylor stories like that would convene asia mike i'm glad you called vile let's see again michael moore i do here i'm sorry i didn't mean to interrupt they go glad you called my i'm very acute were confusing out socalled more often there you go and it so forty nine after the hour see if i got time for this a belief at do i'm out that they have to pay close attention to these times his cedric he's co cedric is calling from stone mountain good morning cedric monitor neil are you doing good lovely yup deal i'll mountain georgia great name huh yeah snow mountain georgia yes syrup yeah what i get in on the nickname stuff now she called me uh dcn at bow affected mississippi growing up in.

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"asia mike" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Neil cavuto always always look for your name on the screen here by and stay away now i know it too i'll see you soon pile now you go it's fifty eight after the hour we've got time for this let's talk to mike he's call it from swanee own o'neill outside good morning mike hey there other still demand nickname losing the room football clear enough push thing he called me nicky due to good grace where did that night come from i don't know where he majored up i'm not sure well yeah they s sports sports nicknames will stick with you when i was in when i was in high school the coach called me because he couldn't remember my name evidently so at night with a name like o'neill he translated that over to the notre dame boy where's the notre dame boy any matter of fact he told me one tammy from someone else he said you know i've got there is a guy in the schoolers name is o'neill and there's edness other nickname these butyrsky and i can't tell apart and it was both may so that did not make sense and i know it well at least cash he and then you go notredame boy and o'neill that makes no sense uh well y you know had lots of nicknamed people could remember o'neill or something i don't know maybe i confusion everybody is a is four or five guys running around here they all look the same taylor stories like that would convene asia mike i'm glad you called vile let's see how i'm michael moore i do here i'm sorry diet maintain erupt there you go glad you called my i'm were to we'll told you seen i hope so called more often there you go and it's a forty nine after the hour let's see if i got time for this a belief do i'm out they have to pay close attention to these times he's cedric he's co cedric is calling from stone mountain good morning cedric ramon and here are neal how you doing good lovely a mountain george young great name huh yeah snow mallon georgia syrup yeah but i get in on the nickname stuff there now called me uh these cdm and bala stuck in mississippi growing up.

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"asia mike" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Allah 60s star trek some what seems to be an old tv series that that is is really cheesy taking place in outer space star trek right i mean it is star trek i mean it's almost the down down to a a an evil caytion of william shatner by what's the name of the actor eddie clemens or a fat matt damon is split somebody called him once and that with i think he's great like he ciller glade actor it's not his fault that he kinda looks set is it is a great actor whose grayton fargo he's great here and what you realize is that the it wasn't or a real old tv show it was a programmers virtual reality no was real tv show i mean what we're watching wasn't a real version of the tv show what we are watching was a nerdy programmers virtualreality reenactment of an old tv show that he was super sort of deep down you know some things up at the end of that first seen where you know everyone's like praising the captain for you know and i love how they have liked it he's not asian but he's india my guess that's asia mike the subcontinental foods that like sulu or whatever probably some mike reference to that yeah and the blue skimmed woman and uh anyway so but but then afterwards everyone's praising the captain for his amazing decision speaking in aegis makes out the very hastily with both of the female characters as england l wait a minute that's probably not what happened on the show the excessive ask kissing is is yes what queens something flower it subjects that right so the scene ends and then it cuts to jesse plemmons just in his office and this is a cool seen too because he goes in to the he goes into his office you see the woman with whatever skin some color ably blues blues and and she is now just a normal human being at this company and he tries to get in but he can't and she's barely like acknowledging him she just kind of ignores them and then uh gives him shit for not getting the new code to get in and his and his body language is that of a very sort of his submissive person right as opposed to what you saw it.

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"asia mike" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Word we haven't seen it the last couple of weeks today he's come out he's played well they had the football the probably a couple of first downs away from soon as football game gets the bears yeah it's been pretty incredible to see how that division has reshape since that aaron rodgers injury then finally allow done man i am hope for a touchdown and without the shot kaiser who's probably played his best game of the season today and as brown's liquid out of the football league kesse can come in and kinda get a gamewinning drive going to take this thing into extra innings or maybe even when the thirty two score there the winds do have the football we'll see if the browns and get a much needed stop so they're all the updates there but what more update the steelers they had the in cold jerry tori because jordan thirddown you're like oh chris boswell chip shot thirty seven yard field goal attempt right not so fast boswell deng's the side of the upright hawk and next thing you know seventeen apiece remains a score and we got more points your asia mike die my dear guy aj green aj fisticuffs green he's like you know something i can see what did well he's like i can are back on the field this week i am playing in the goodness chelsea a long touchdown a housecall for aj green took a slant looked like for belt monorail 75 yard talk while all of a sudden 20th seventeen released 1917 pending the extra points is the score held a seventy yard cat other skinnier a deep slant their hawk seventy yards engage a agreeing to step he's gonna taken goal to the house exactly you know what i'm looking forward top receivers because i talked to a lot of receivers and they're always negotiating contracts and i wouldn't be paid like this i want to pay the two of the one i judge receivers and how they run slants if you can't lineup in wind if you can't lagged slant and i i can't take it to distance you're not my top guy analysts bang but that's how a judge of a glycemic because there is talk this week from taylor ramsey that aj green is certainly if someone asked me about this and i actually referenced our conversation on the.

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"asia mike" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"asia mike" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For that is because this is migration in everything that we do online in fact let me just put that into context were joint out of singapore right now by the retail director of kia southeast asia mike king who is here to talk about their well efforts to bring things online in this launch of this new ecommerce platform over in singapore mike appreciate you having a heavy on the program komo news komo news good morning tell us about this new ecommerce platform and and why singapore well we've we've been online for some time now in terms of having a range online liable you'd have been able to patchy shift said we've we've had in the background we've been build it up the logistical capability for a now we're we're we're ready to launch and of course singapore it's a a wellestablished market for cheapen and nearly forty years now and it was about time that we went line it so we've built in the capability in the background in order to fill the i'm curious is the extent to which you have to partner with or at least have agreements with logistics companies or freight companies to help delivered to the consumer i mean is less important in your calculation when you decide to go into a new market that you've got that kind of delivery backbone there yet its fundamental doganov think if there's anything we've been working on harder than than the actual technical elements of the website it's been finding the right partners you can fulfil favila demand because we not only have delivery we have the assembly part people's homes as well john services is a big big part of the day i care off a house in southeast asia i but of course we had home delivery from the stores for for many many years as well so it had addon to that but we knew we needed more capacity y'all's about asu that.

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