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Travel to Oaxaca
"I'd like to welcome to the show Susan met Naski from Brooklyn, tropical E. dot com, and that's tropical with an I at the end but a put a link to that in the show notes Susan Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you so much for having and Susan. You're coming on the show to talk about one of my favorite places in Mexico. Of course, I haven't been every place Oaxaca. and. Why are you talking about Wocka? Well, it is also one of my favorite places. It's actually my favorite place because I now live here after I think my first trip was in two, thousand, fifteen and. I just kept coming back and back for months at a time, and then finally I had been traveling fulltime for awhile I'm a travel blogger and when I was just ready to settle down, this was the place that was at the very top of my list. Excellent. Well, and I understood after reaching out to Susan that she was a longtime listener, the show which is always fun to hear it is a big honor for me to be on this show when there was a time many years ago I wasn't able to really travel, and this was my constant source of inspiration. I cannot imagine a time not be able to travel except of course now but right. Excellent and why should someone go to Hakka? So I think that the thing about Oaxaca really. So special and is not often matched in other places is that it's so dynamic. There is such a depth and breadth of things to do and learn and taste and understand here. It's so easy to fill a week itinerary full of all these things and not just one type of thing but a huge variety of things. So there's incredible culture here. There's history. An Amazing Food and mess calcined beautiful nature artisan work. So there's really something for everyone and It's just such a dynamic place to learn over of everything excellent. What kind of Tannery or are you going to recommend for us where we're GONNA start so? Worked on this a lot of years there because as I say, there's so much to do and I actually hear over and over again that people come here they plan a long weekend trip and they pair it with Mexico City or the coast or other places in Mexico and. On their first or second day they're already planning a return trip because they realize immediately that there's just such a huge amount of things to do. It's such a beautiful place such a compelling place. So I've come up with a seven day itinerary that I think is really a nice balance of all these different aspects, the nature and the culture and history in the food and artisan work and I. think that's a great way to have your first trip to a Hakka to have a little bit of a balance of all the things and learn a little of everything and. WELL ROUNDED PERSPECTIVE OF OAXACA Going Day one. Well so I have this kind of divided by Oaxaca city and then day trips and I think that one way people go wrong is they don't necessarily know that the day trips and and the villages and the nature sites archaeological sites outside the city the number of things to do outside of the city is equal or more than within the city. So. I think that the best way to kind of approach your race to think of it more or less than a fifty fifty way that maybe you're going to be doing day trips about as many days as you will be just strictly inside the. So I I'd like to just kind of talk about stuff within the city and then later I can get into the day trips if that works for you works remain so. Has Been inhabited since eleven thousand BC. So it has an extremely long history a really in depth history, and that's part of why a lot of the places outside of the city are so important the pre Hispanic archaeological sites and villages that still hold to their traditions. But also the city itself is quite old and the modern day city started to be built in fifteen hundreds when the Spanish were here. So there's still lots of historical sites to see in the city that are important and also beautiful. One of the best places I think to start is south of the Mingo Church that is an ex convent that has now been converted to a church and a museum and a ethnical garden, and it's also just kind of a big meeting point in the city for tourists and for locals as well. It's great for people watch chain there's lots of street food outside. So it's a great place to start, and then the museum there is great. They have lots of great exhibits about the history and Culture Haka. Big. Museum. Not a big museum but. We're seeing and also is a great way to get a look inside at the architecture of this gorgeous ex convent and then the ethnic botanical garden that's on the grounds as well is really fantastic. It's required to take a guided tour. And I wouldn't say it's for everyone because if you it is to at least two hours and it's very in depth about plant life and history culture. And I love it and I think it's amazing. I'm taking up multiple times bill. Some of those plants are important to people because some of the local plants give us things like Miguel so. Exactly. So. But I definitely recommend it for most people. The thing I think is really special is they really go into the history of the most important plants and the cultural significance and you get to see things like the predecessor for Korn that was found here in the valley, and that is one of if not the most important ingredients in food items in all Mexico and a lot of the world, and so there's just a lot of amazing insights and things you can learn about plant life in this really biodiverse state if you're into that kind of thing.
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"By Kevin calcined s we Dr April fifth. Thank you. For listening to the AP radio network for news on the go. Try the AP mobile app. Get breaking US international news from the world's most trusted news source stories for more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content that interests you most whether it's sports entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown. Eighteen mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on an Android. You're listening to the AP digital news network accusations of bribing voters in Ukraine by the incumbent president and former premier a being made by the country's interior minister in unorthodox bagels. Slicing style by men in the mid west went viral, and as AP's Warren Levinson tells us New York is not amused. When most people serve bagels their sliced horizontally, but when Alec Crossman of Saint Louis brought his co workers a couple of boxes of bagels from Panera bread. The other day they were sliced vertically like regular bread. He tweeted a picture said they were a big hit while Twitter, which needs outrage like fish need water went crazy in New York. You'd have thought crop was proposing bringing the dodgers back to Brooklyn just so they could leave again, forget about it tweeted. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer NYPD chief of detectives German Schaefer, New Yorkers for in his words reporting. This crime Pinero was tickled telling Crossman next time the bagels are on us. Warren Levinson, New York. Members of the internationally known Icelandic band. Seger rose have been charged with tax evasion. Three years after authorities launched a probe.
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"Kevin calcined, Dr April fifth the AP digital news network. President Donald Trump is threatening to shut down the US border with Mexico. The AP's Ed Donahue reports. The president says the shutdown could happen next week number one congress has to act and number to Mexico and make so much money from the United States, and so many other things so many other assets they have to grab it and they have to stop speaking in Florida. The president says Mexico has immigration laws that can stop caravans from reaching the US, but they chose not to now are they going to stop them. And if they don't stop them with closing the border, they'll close we'll keep the close for a long time. I'm not playing games. This could have an impact on trade as well. Arrests all along the southern border have skyrocketed in recent months. Ed Donahue, Washington Cuba's a step closer to having a state of the art connection to the modern internet the Cuban government. Earning a deal with Google to create a seamless cost-free connection between their two networks once Cuba's able to physically connect to a new undersea fiber optic cable that would be laid sometime in the future. Cuba, currently has an insufficient. Fiber optic connection. Running under the Caribbean to Venezuela network owners like the Cuban telecoms monopoly Taxotere currently must pay third party operator fees for passing traffic along to sites such as YouTube and Google under this new so-called peering deal. Cubans would be able to connect faster to content and Google servers. It would also reduce the Cuban government's cost of connecting users to Google content. It's fashion season in India's capital and the top designers are showcasing their latest collections. Top fashion names and models participated in Lotus makeup, India fashion week organized by the fashion design council of India earlier this month, the show celebrated the sorry Indian women. Nhs most idiosyncratic garment six yards of fabric has symbolizes a centuries old tradition model sachet down the runway in a riot of color and glit- has Delhi socialites Bollywood stars. And prospective buyers all watched for the seasons next it items the show finale was an ode to the sorry worn by the runway models and modern reconstructed forms along with elaborate, jewelry and accessories against striking backdrops. Democrats increased their demands I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsmen at Maryland democrat. Congressman Jamie Raskin says he doesn't trust attorney general William bar whole thing has the growing with whitewash Raskin and others in his party on Capitol Hill are demanding bar hand over special counsel. Robert Muller's report on the Russia investigation to congress by next Tuesday bar and a letter to the chairman of both the Senate and House Judiciary committee's has written. He expects a redacted version of that report to be ready by mid April. Some two weeks away President Trump demanding Mexico stop illegal immigrants from reaching the US border. Are they going to stop them? And if they don't stop with closing the border speaking in Florida, Trump threaten to close all major oh, major portions of the border for a long time US chamber of commerce has closing the border would be an unmitigated economic debacle. That would end one point seven billion dollars in daily trading and threatened five million US jobs. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment..
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"By Stephen King, the author of their places in this world and bring things back, but they don't come back freedom. Cemeteries read enriched by Kevin calcined dance with fifth. Here's what he has to ask. Hey, rick. This is tod from Annapolis. Maryland. You talk a lot on your program about the possibility of upcoming bitcoin ETF's. However, I do notice that there are publicly traded bitcoin investment trusts. I won't get into specific ones. But could you tell me the difference between a bitcoin ETF in bitcoin investment trust? And what are some pros and cons of a bitcoin investment trust? Thanks for taking my call. Appreciate everything. You do you know? It's really fascinating entire thanks so much for that question. How people are asking about bitcoin and bitcoin related investments. More than ever before. I'm willing to bet the two years ago, you'd never even heard of bitcoin. I'm also willing to bet that although you've heard of it. Now, you still don't really know what it is. But everybody keeps talking about it. And you're there for curious. In fact, I I want to share with you a letter that I received handwritten note with frankly, wonderful penmanship from a woman named Sarah. She lives in Phoenix. And I this just says it all her letter says it all as to why you keep hearing me talk. About crypto crypto assets and blockchain and bitcoin. And so on I don't really want to talk about this. But here's why I feel compelled to do. So here's what she writes. Rick. I am writing concerning about bitcoin. I don't understand anything. What is it? What do I say? How does a transaction take place? I don't have a computer. I don't use a computer. I don't want a computer. I don't even have a smartphone. I have a landline and a simple cell phone than I have in my nineteen Seventy-three caprice station wagon in case of need when I'm on the road analog has always been just perfect for me. I can afford anything that I want. And I want to know how do I buy bitcoin? Wow. This is a woman who admittedly says she is. In the analog age doesn't own a computer. And yet she wants to know how. Bitcoin. This is why I feel compelled to talk with you so often about bitcoin because it is an emerging asset class that at the moment has virtually no federal regulation. There is therefore a lot of wild west environment behind it a substantial amount of fraud and abuse, although it's emerging it's now ten years old. There's no certainty that it's going to survive in the future and we saw in twenty seventeen rise fifteen hundred percent. And then we saw it crash eighty percent in two thousand eighteen so people are asking more than ever about it. And out of my concern that you might not know what it is or how it works. And therefore, you might hear stories that could cause you to make an investment that is inappropriate for you or dealing with someone who is frankly fraudulent. I wanna make. Sure that you know, what's going on. And that leads us to Todd's question. What it comes down to is. There is no ETF or mutual fund that allows you to invest in bitcoin the SEC which is the federal agency that determines whether a mutual fund or exchange traded fund is allowed to be brought to the market has rejected every application so far for bitcoin. ETF's the SEC is predominantly concerned says Jay Clayton, the chairman of the securities and Exchange Commission. They're concerned predominantly about market manipulation and issues of custody, meaning the safeguarding and management of the asset itself, and until those two issues get resolved to the SEC's satisfaction. You're not going to see if bitcoin ETF you're not going to see a bitcoin neutral fund. So it's kind of an academic question. Having said that there remain as a result. Only two ways that you can go buy bitcoin. If you wanted to one is through one of these newfound exchange. Ages that exist in the marketplace in there are several dozen of them or through a fund a private fund that buys bitcoin on your behalf. And that's one of them that Todd had mentioned these private funds are restricted they're restricted in terms of who's allowed to buy them. You must be an accredited investor, which is a definition that most people don't meet you have to have a certain amount of money a certain amount of investing experience second, they tend to be illiquid. Once you put your money in. There's a luck period typically of at least one year before you can take your money back out. There are also in many cases, significant fees far greater than what you would experience with an ordinary mutual fonder ATF. And so for those reasons we are not recommending. Bitcoin or bitcoin ETF's for most people, partly because of the lack of federal regulation, and therefore the lack of federal protections that exist, partly because of the wild west environment that explores out there. And so our attitude is if you insist on buying crypto, then we say a keep it very small part of your investment. No more than one percent of your assets. Certainly no more than five and even that. Oh, my goodness gracious for most people the answer should be zero be prepared for massive volatility as we have experienced over the past two years be prepared to lose it all as well. In other words, treat this like a lottery ticket and only if you like buying lottery tickets, should you engage in that? But at the same time, I want to say to folks who simply argue that bitcoin is tulip bulbs or beanie babies or nothing more than an outright fraud. That's what Warren Buffett calls them. He says bitcoin is rat poison. Tines to I don't agree with that description at all. But it really doesn't matter whether warns right or I'm right what I do want. You to believe is that it's an emerging asset class, and as an emerging asset class may very well be here to stay for example in the past year, despite the fact that bitcoin has fallen as much as eighty percent of its value in two thousand eighteen the number of verified users of crypto currencies doubled this year, according to the Cambridge center for alternative finance there. Now, thirty five million users of crypto around the world. And check this out Google has just released its list, they do this every year one of the questions that people are asking Google, and they ranked the number one question every year that people are asking, you know, what the in two thousand eighteen you know, what the most asked question to Google has been what is bitcoin. So clearly people want to know. Know what it is. How does it work? Should I invest how do I invest and my concern is that you're not getting the advice you need from your financial advisor? And yes as a disclosure mode. I personally owned bitcoin, and a theory and have invested in other crypto acid funds that doesn't mean that I'm recommending it to you. Because quite frankly, I'm not so your forewarned in many cases, financial advisers don't know any more about crypto. Then you do. And that's not quite frankly, the kind of financial adviser you really want to be dealing with. So if you have questions about crypto and blockchain and wondering, what is it? How does it work? Should I invest and if so how give us a call triple eight.
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"This is money matters with Ken moraif. And of course, I am your host Ken moraif. Thank you, Jack. I've been a certified financial planner professional now for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years, and all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients we now work with over eight thousand four hundred five hundred actually beautiful wonderful families. In forty three states. And we're a firm that specializes in retirement planning. So our clients are primarily over fifty. They're retired or retiring soon, a wonderful time of life and the financial times recently named our financial advisory firm moneymatters, one of the top three hundred registered investment advisers, actually this year was the second time that they've named a soap we're very proud of that we are honored and flattered but without our clients. We would be nowhere. So that is actually thanks to you guys you clients listening and those not as well now one of the foundational philosophies that we have with regard to our clients and managing their money for them. We have two one is you only take as much risk as is necessary to accomplish your financial goals that is that is a core. Value of ours. We never want to take any more risks than is necessary. We have a second one. Which is that we believe that you buy. Yes, you hold. Yes. But also, you protect okay, you need to have a strategy in my opinion, in our opinion to protect what you built assistant does pilgrim. I am Duke very persistent. And so basically what we look at. There's a lot of things that we look at. But we essentially look at the trend of the market and the what's the news at the time. What's going on? Why is the market behaving as it is? And what is the trend that we're seeing? And if it's not good if the risk in our opinion has gone to the side of the downside the dark side. Okay. The trend is no longer our friend, and we've got to the dark side, then we don't wanna play anymore. Okay. Now, if it switches, and it goes back on the upside then yes, we do. So we wait for a bona fide trend one way or the other. And then we look at the, you know, the. You know, the macro data what's going on. And we make our decision. So in November of two thousand seven are by hold and protect strategy said to sell and to protect what we have. And so we told our clients to get out of all equities and those who followed our advice were out of the stock markets for all of two thousand and eight and an almost half of two thousand nine before our by strata are by signal. Kane now are by signal has not come yet. And we cancelled our clients to go into protection mode back in December seventeenth. So we've been out we've been calcined to be out since then now as you may have noticed the market has been going up here in January. In fact, January was the best January we've had in thirty years. And so you may say, well, you know, I'm missing out. And so if I follow strategy, I'm missing out on those gains, and that's a bad thing. Well, my question to you is this what is more important to you to protect what you've built or to risk it for more growth. And you know, when we. Visit with people who are over fifty who are within five years of retirement or who are already retired the answer overwhelmingly that we get is. I wonder to protect what I built. Taking risks to get more is not what I want to do at this stage in my life and see that's I agree with that. Because right now, the biggest risk in my opinion that you have if you are in that demographic is that you take a large loss like in two thousand and eight or y two k I'm sure if you're over fifty you remember both of those vividly, and if you take a big loss like two thousand eight or Y2._K, it could delay your retirement by five six seven years, or if you're already retired it could cause you to unretire you may have to go back to work. And if you can't go back to work, then what are you gonna do? You may have to reduce your standard of living. You may have to live on less change all the plans you had. I dare say a lot of people in the two thousand eight decided not to take their the trips that they had planned on it or do the things that they thought they were going to do in their retirement and probably had to delay. Those for many years. See I don't want that for you. So in our view protecting what you've built and living to fight another day. The most important thing. And so along with that you'll have periods. Like right now where the market seems to go up every single day. And that's fine. We had the same dynamic happening in two thousand eight by the way in case. Those of you who you know. Have a short Mary don't remember. But between January and may of that year, the market didn't go straight up. But it felt like it to us because we were not in equities at that time, and we saw the market going up. And it seemed like every day it was going up and our clients were asking us should we be going back in? We're missing out. And the question we asked him, then is if the risk we see on the downside is so great is it worth risking what you have to go back in to participate in that. Or is it better to stay on the sidelines and be safe? And overwhelmingly, you know, our opinion is it's better safe than sorry. And that's where we are today. Now, if you are retired or retiring soon, you know, I want you to look at the big shudder that we saw in December where the market went down like it did that one of the most one of the bigger drops. We've seen in many many years followed by historic up days and down days on the Dow those historic updates down days. If you read my book by holding cell. I dedicate a chapter two historic up and down days almost all of the historic updates. An historic down days have happened in a bear market almost all of them. And they happened during the great depression to happen during the Y2._K two thousand eight bear markets are Wendy's historic days, usually happen. And so the fact that we've had this historic days to me validates that. I think we may be in a bear market right now. We just don't know yet. It hasn't come to full flower just like two thousand and eight in may we were it was in the middle of a bear market. But nobody knew it at the time. Right. Because it was it looked like things were getting better. So my advice to you right now is think about what you're doing think about do. You have a protection plan if you don't then I would encourage you to come to one of our seminars go to our website, visit one of our advisers..
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"He, said that you had made a comment to him that it took you three or four games, before you, felt like you were in game three. Or four weeks four weeks four weeks during training camp until you felt like the, first thing, you do is you get into camp, in? About four days in, you you, lose your lakes. You legs. Go to hell screwed. They're gone even if, you're in great shape, doesn't, make a difference yeah. Because, it's a. Different type of grinding the end up doing yeah then it takes about seven to ten days to get your legs. Back now you get your legs back and it takes you another seven days to go ahead and really refined? Your game yeah so. You're looking at seven ten four you're looking at. About. Twenty one days three weeks. For that process, to happen you need it that's why when. Somebody comes back right at the beginning of the, year there's still going to have to go through the, process but they got to go to a during game time and it takes a little bit longer. For them Sylvie share. The story on the year yesterday during Waddle and Silvy I I. Don't know if you were standing there when a bears executive at shared. With us that you. Know Pace did. The, conditioning tests short and that might have been his plan all along but it was supposed to, be pasted Ace Matt Nagy Nagy Matt Nagy cut the Pacers, one telling. Us no just kidding Matt, Nagy cut. The conditioning drill short he got seventy five percent. Of the way through he brought them all, together and he said. Nobody half asked it you guys. Were ready to go we're not gonna do the last Quarter they come Gasser Right so he ran three and. They didn't run the he didn't run the fourth and they said. The guys, were appreciative he. Said nobody dog. It everybody. Was, ready everybody, did well it goes we're. Calling the last one let's just practice and I'm sure he had that. In his, back pocket you're right but still at, least one thing But what about this as. A. Counter an amateur projects never been one of these. Camps before but a team that is is is maligned with injury. Like them, coming into season, you're celebrating that. There's that. They've, got nobody, on injured reserve to start. Camp de treated a little bit differently then still give them the bears. Have been, plagued by that for so long Coming into camp everybody's healthy necessarily go It's a little bit different story. Top of this thing I'm just trying to understand. What you're asking me If you got Coming into camp that you're all going. To be. Healthy that's true anticipates plagued them. For years less you've had a problem during the off season program which you had If you had a problem during the. Off season, program then that individual that players one that's going, to be waiting he's gonna be on whatever listed is where they can reactivate him in a little bit you. Know everybody knows what's up for the started training camp started training camp at the beginning, of work and whatever the Pramod IRS? Are in place or the, beginning work it's like when you went to Notre Dame and you knew that you were going there what are we going, to play. Basketball and I told her fifteenth we're going to. Crank it up. Officially and we're going. To, start to grind the beginning of that, to, get everything done October fifteenth until the. First game we're going to be prepared we'll be. Busing that's, where, they're at now that's the phase mentally that everybody's. At hey we're gonna go out and do it now. You don't have to run your last one it's like oh it's a. Little bit. Of a bonus round shape everything. Looks good still no practice today for Danny trevathan like that's Kyle Again they've got the better to the five. And got five exhibition rode a bike though he did. Ride a stationary Us play Get hurt this is what. I'm concerned. I'm concerned you get to the third preseason game and, you've got that's. A. Problem yeah Sociaux. Range, plan now even if he started practicing all of, a sudden he got the, first game you'll, snaps anyway Yeah You're playing. In As a team that has had nineteen guys twice out of the last three years, on injured reserve and they, were going very very light under John FOX that maybe extra calcined guys like you saying might..
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"And expensive tests remain unclear let's wrap things up with oncological emergencies recognition and initial management from doctors higdon atkinson and lawrence from charlotte north carolina there are four major categories of oncological emergencies think lewd metabolic he meant illogic structural and treatment related remember tumor leisa syndrome hyper kelsey mia and sia d h for metabolic causes tumor license syndrome is acute license of cells after cancer treatment it's a common complication chemotherapy but can happen with other treatments as well such as radiation and biologic therapies tumor licensed syndrome is the most common with hematological malignancies but can be seen with solid tumors as well presentation usually happens within the first week of treatment watch out for those with pre existing renal insufficiency you'll see hyper hyper kalia hi beau calc mia hyper your siemian and acute renal failure care is supportive in refer immediately to colleges if severe renal insufficiency refer early to nephrology for hemodialysis next is hyper kelsey mia of malignancy which is characterized by sarum calcium level of more than ten point five there three general categories of hyper kelsey mia humor will though invasion and rear causes and it is usually associated with multiple myeloma and breast cancer patients may have symptoms of hyper calcined treatment with aggressive rehydration until you've olympic followed by diarrheas with zero sa i'd refer to a sub specialist in consider i the foss magnates a newer monoclonal antibodies unfortunately prognosis is poor sad h is another metabolic oncologic emergency suspect this with hypo nutri trivia treat the hypo nutri mia and fluid restrict correct the serum sodium slowly to avoid central ponting mylan alexis humans logic emergencies include febrile nuture pina and hyper v.
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"Calcined at now with the morning sports here's jordan also one as you also get says his teammates most support to get them back winning again the pressure on him increased efforts he wanted to face a price and left them thirteen points behind fourthplaced tottenham fingers come up with an unusual way of describing how criticism of him and his players is making the field renewed of trust the trolls its own dg to to groom trolls is off his word but concretely i think we have to find the show to try to put it on the greenland withdrew jewish normally you're getting to the environment around the team when you go fruit tough digital raise to putin mowed down match the city major step closer to the title with a while no victory over last season's champions chelsea tonight manchester united aims me back into secondplace they'll say by winning at struggling crystal palace rangers manager graham as he says his players chaired when they patrol and against rivals celtic in the semifinals of the scottish cup they booked their place in the last full with a four one victory i have a full kirk motherwell scored a late goal to be hearts to you want they'll play the winner of the replay for sweden abajian and kill manek phil neville remains on base in a enemies varnisher off the table draw with germany in his second game a challenge they came from behind twice to on a points in that she police clashed unique jesse and pace claimed seeing sky crossed an ethical line by using drugs within world antidoping agency rules to enhance their cyclists performances the digit culture media and sport simex committee reports alleges they abuse the system intended to help athletes with long term health problems seems guy say that surprised and disappointed by the claims and strongly refused all of the allegations base great britain ended up third in the medal favorite the track cycling championships with six april and cheaply finish the world indoor athletics championships with seven medals after sixty mesa hurdle entry policy one golds only loss they.
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"The very distinct feature of those specific countries is that they had their own central banks friday and when you have your own central bank there was their own central bank basically starts ticking to account what those home prices are doing australia in sweden and norway and canada and start saying hey wait a minute if we get a crash we will have significant problems in the economy and in the banking sector when consumption so maybe we as a central banks will start to prevent that from happening that's why most of those countries have an interest rates that are quote unquote tulu for very long period that will start at the appreciating they exchange raise that's why in theme for investors continues to be that ask those bubbles keep on hang in there you will probably still see exchange rates in those countries go down before we still see interest rates lower for longer simply to try to prevent those fairly vulnerable and fragile situations to become a real problem from real economic from calcined coke corner economy funding and that's exactly why williams and evans at the moment now have opened the discussion of shoot you'll be efficient targeting as the federal civil these appeal the ban of canada all the rich paying in sweden or shoot you maybe also take into account that if stock prices up here maybe you should not only look at way inflation is in particular given that envision hasn't really moved up too much in most of those countries and let's stick with that idea because it's not inflation in the us that were also fixated on by in germany as well wages might start to pick up in 2018 there's a german economy the ifo indicator at the highest level in forty eight years that the german economy is close to overheating and what that means is that indeed there's more more risk that inflation will be the team that's why that is at the top of our worries that who flew comes around eventually then it could be a risk that markets are just completely unprepared foam and the ecb will have a very difficult situation attends this why if there's going to be political elections in places like italy they have two fold that into the equation absolutely because this is why that.
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"The word uh k n o w in other words the the book of first john let you know the purpose at least one of the purposes how you can no you have eternal life and it said we in a john first john two to us three versed john to chapter three says we know that we have come to know him if we obey his commands um this is how we know we are in him whoever claims to live in him must walk as jesus did um anna first sir twenty nine if you know that he's righteous you know that every one who does what is right has been born of him i'm just i'm just looking at what he said he just lewis said he live like the devil for twenty years and so they're not on i read this group during that that's when he stopped me no one who lives in him keeps on sending no one who continues to cintas either seen him are known him he said well that's truth and i've not been a christian acid that right that's why i wanted you to hear this and so uh but but my point is there are a single people who have certain things in common they're not relying on a mate four certain things but you know we can have friends that are incredibly meaningful some are never married some are uh huh they are they were married they are not married now up the there are some of the way i kind of said it in our political calcined keys on singleness which i'm gonna send you uh you can have different status as if you will there's a single for all seasons an meaning adults who never married there's single for a season these are adults who will mary sometime in the future and then there's single again they cbi widows his mehta died thicky they can be a divorced the divorced twos marriage contracts were terminated he can beat those her even separated the married technically but there are times when they're people who live internationally or be in jail they could be serving time in prison um there could be those who are out of town most of the time because of employment or they could be singled just because of desertion threats or abuse or unresolved conflicts putt the bible actually sense to the unmarried in.
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"Taxes varied from under over seventy five hundred collect the range um yaohan thirteen th the tax relief wondering if it varies from incumbent and who benefits do higher income people benefit to lower income people benefit more from prop thirteen what we saw when we looked at the data was essential benefits are pretty much proportional to the amount of all uh uh uh unsurprisingly hiring californians have more home wealth they are more likely to own a home means that they do own our horse plural they could owned more than well that's true and uh so uh because of that and the fact that we found that essentially these attacks benefits are roughly proportional to the amount of home wealth you own that the daul the total dollar amount of tax benefit was highest four high income california's about fifty percent of the total dollar attacks benefit is going to calcined with incomes of 100 said the bulk of the relief in your report says goes to with people with incomes at exit one hundred twenty thousand dollars and so i think you even made on an example of person who uh makes less than fifty thousand ally it was uh david typical home that that's much less expensive than someone making you know dollars and so therefore they don't benefit is much on prop thirteen is this the wealthy person you it seem that you know a lot of people that rent and wealthy people do own rental property if they're getting a break on the rental property taxes maybe that passes onto the renters have did you find that john there's that argument has been made that that is a potential benefit of prop thirteen it's it's something that's pretty hard to measure and it wasn't something that we were able to quantify in our report we do see that there is this french argument that a landlord is facing lower property tax bill by pass on some of that benazir renter but to the extent to which the happens and in practice we weren't we need to.
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"She was an attorney with the us department of health and human services office of the general council she's been on the show a couple of times before much may vary formative guest glad to have our back more calcined market afternoon thank you for rejoining us of course are we happy to join you when i look as a democrat at the newly released bill which thirteen men behind closed doors drafted in secretly in very quickly in a sense uh doing what they accused democrats of doing with a lack of transparency and pushing something throwin rushing and not taking their time just a few of the things i'm seeing is one that they really want to screw anybody who has medicaid and that is you know over a period of time two l within that states that have high opioid addiction like main and that's waste isn't collins a republican you know as you know hesitant to put her stamp of approval on this are our concerns about if they're reaching epidemic proportions that they will if they're at that how how they they they're going to handle this epidemic in their state and uh three eliminating the mandate four allowing states to do away with things like emergency care or mental health care or maternity care the list goes on so first of all mora on is this a full repeal of obamacare share or is it taking out things that people like about it a need about it and really give a tax break break to the wealthy especially the wealthy insurance company ceos and inc's yet i mean there's so much impact here um to the proper what it does and doesn't do what heard of interesting about this they kept some of the structure out the affordable care act but it's really just an excuse i think that the fact that they're calling for the repeal bill it is outrageous they're really not only ending the medicaid expansion from the ata but they are completely restructuring the medicaid program.
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"After two or three days standing poor off the liquor and you will find at the bottom and on the sides large and fair green crystals like emeralds drain off all the water clean from them and drive them then spread them abroad and a large flat earth in dish in expose them to the hot sun in the dog days taking them in at night and setting them out in the morning securing them from the rain and wind the sun half calcined them at two whiteness beat them to powder and set this powder again in the sun stirring it sometimes and when you see it perfectly white powder it and sifted finally and said it again in the sun for a day and you will have a pure white powder which is the powder of sympathy i like how there is almost the you get the feeling that he's inserting unnecessary steps make it more work to make it seem more likely to have a real efficacy yeah and this this reminds me of other recipes that i've read from us particularly um books on alchemy whether be this kinda convoluted recipe instructions that day entail moving in and out of the sun hiding in a basement manda indian the more magical examples like making sure that it's exposed to uh to sunlight it at the right degrees and through the you know like a westward facing window it cetera i've got a theory about this let me know what you think.