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Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist
"Courtesy. Aircraft is well known for marketing former military aircraft among other aircraft. How many such transactions take place on average annually in? How many have you done over the course of history? Oh Gosh over the course of history probably over three thousand transactions. and obviously we're not the only one selling these kinds of airplanes, a lot of the owners consent of their own airplanes, but a lot of time they like to turn it over to us because we're kind of familiar with the transactional side of. Inspections title searches checkouts insurance, you know all of those little things that go towards making a successful transaction for the buyer and the seller so. Having done it before, you know, it's a pretty emotional thing when you sell one, and it's an emotional thing when you buy one I mean there's so much history personality wrapped up in the airplanes and the owners. Sometimes it takes a middleman to just wade through of the emotions on both sides, and my understanding is. You've sold the same airplane several times is. Oh Yeah I've got one thing I've sold four times, and that was actually the first Mustang. Average flu sold that particular point four times remains flying, and in grave condition actually here in Illinois today, and I've got a number of t sixes and t twenty eight that sold multiple times. Of the thousands of airplanes you sold. Is there one type model? That's more coveted more prized. Well I think it comes down to beauty is in the eye of the older I particularly love the North American eighty six. That was my first Warburg that I ever flew. Though. Maybe it's kind of like your first girlfriend. There's always something kind of special, but I think the t six is a relatively reasonable airplane to purchase. It's a reasonable airplane to fly. It's very nice Daljit with six hundred horsepower radio edge, and and of course all of the World War Two high looks got some time whether they were fighter or bomber pilots so historically. Historically it has a lot of significance for the united. States as well as probably thirty five countries around the world that operate those airplanes, the last air force to operate those airplanes on a regular basis was the South African Air Force and they were operating the airplanes up until the early nineties about sixty of those airplanes actually came to the united. States and are now in the civilian market as well as a number of them are various places around the world. They were military trainers then and their civilian operated now and used and enjoy. I'm curious. Does the US Department of Defense Still? Surplus military aircraft to the civilian market there's very little of that most of the airplanes that are in the quote Bonier down in Arizona, later model kind of tactical type airplanes back in the mid nineties, there were some airplanes coming out. Mostly trainer planes mostly t twenty eight came out under his traits with museums and stuff, and that provided a lot of the civilian operated inventory, but there's just not a whole lot of stuff left there. That is really civilian friendly I guess. Guess is a better word you know. Some of the technical airplanes have liquid oxygen systems and ejection seats, and you know lots of things that are just beyond the level of interest or financial commitment in time commitment that the average civilian guy wants to go out and just enjoy the airplane. In that case I know you're not the average civilian type. You've piloted bombers and fighters and transports, and what have you? Did you find one or a type more challenging than another pilot? You know it's kind of a building block things you know you start out with the smaller trainer. I I was a civilian pilot RHIANNA civilian pilot. I never was able to get the excellent training that the military gives you so I. Think we're my way up. I sold assessment one fifty on my sixteenth birthday, and worked my way on up. I started in the civilian tailgater. Is the top radio then transition do t six got lots and lots of t six time then transitioned into A. A Mustang and once I got the most time I was able to transition kind of sideways into some of the other world, war two fighters of course air, and the sea fury, and those types of airplanes tbn Avenger torpedo bomber in the military. You're either a fighter, pilot or transporter bomber pilot so I of did the parallel tracks with the B, twenty five and the Douglas, a twenty six after having a lot of other civilian multi engine time in three and four hundred series Cessnas. Teens and both types of airplanes, so it's kind of a building block system. Really that is an amazing array of aircraft, and they're out there in the civilian world, can anyone by one of these things and fly one of these things flying and flying are are not necessarily synchronized ice waller liaison airplane like a single engine they'll five is probably fifty or sixty thousand dollar airplane, some of the smaller L. Birds, the Piper cubs, and in Iran 'cause in those in military colors, or even less than that, but you can get up into the fighters multi million dollars. Dollars of airplane so obviously you need the financial capability someplace on that spectrum and of course, every one of those airplanes as different abilities needed as far as flying the airplane as well as taking care of the airplane, so buying the airplane is certainly one part of the equation, but learning to safely fly the airplane and to maintain your plane properly, you know those are time consuming in dollar consuming items, so everybody kind of fits on that spectrum depending on were they wanna be, and what their financial, as well as time commitment and training commitment is. You touched on maintenance. Some of these airplanes are sixty seventy eighty years old. Though is there a typical ratio of flight hours versus maintenance hours to these machines? That's really hard to say because everybody's use of the airplane. It is different I mean. Some of these airplanes fly couple hundred hours a year. Guys do a lot of air shows and things and charity flights and that kind of. Of stuff and then other airplanes, maybe only flight thirty hours a year and a minimum, any of these airplanes are GonNa have to have either an annual inspection or in equivalent of an annual inspection, which in some of the airplanes is called condition inspection, and then some of the larger airplanes, the transport level airplanes that are over twelve five as well as the turban airplanes require an. FAA approved maintenance program. You know it may be in phases, but it has to be done within a reasonable. So, you know it just depends on the level of commitment that somebody wants getting the work done is fairly easy. There's a pretty good network around, but you get a big airplane like a B.. Twenty five with a sixty five foot, wingspan and eighteen or seventeen and a half foot, tall tale women. It just doesn't fit in your average t hangar that you're GONNA put assessment one eighty two. There's some logistics required there, but you know everybody. Kinda makes that decision for themselves. What level of commitment they
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The five twenty nine to any family member you can change the beneficiary at any time without any tax consequences she was information she had was right the information I had was old and wrong and I just looked it up because I was wondering about a I suddenly thought about it refresh group that up and sometimes others grew up I mean I don't know everything and I'm not shocking to some of you it's not shocking to my wife but I don't know everything so anyway I screwed that up but I don't pardon troubles I did talk three times to go double check me because I might be wrong Mozilla wondering if I was wrong because she seems so sure you know and that kind of thing here's one I'm not wrong about gold as an investment socks are told that last guy that young man before the break get rid of his goal don't buy gold okay the average annual rate of return on gold is about one percent over the last seventy eighty years over the last five years it is broke even if you go back before that it was the high when everybody was scared to death that the economy was going to crash much we will put gold was twenty two hundred announced now it's fourteen hundred announced you would've lost thirty four percent since then so that's what golds done for you bother right during the five years that cold broke even the SNP's up thirty four percent thirty three percent mean the stock market inside you invested in good mutual funds instead of in gold you would've actually made some money in the last five years and so this is what you need to check on this is what you need to understand do not put money in a commodity commodity is an item we don't buy corn futures we don't buy Jim stones we don't buy silver we don't buy gold these are commodities we don't buy any kind of agricultural futures and the reason is is that the item has a set amount of supply and demand in the only thing are a set amount of supply in the only thing that drives the price on it is one of two things fear or greed you cannot predict whether somebody is gonna be scared enough to move all their money over into gold and Dr gold prices up or greedy enough to move all the money out of gold and drive go prices down you can't predict human nature and what it's going to do what you can do is do math on assets that make money an asset that makes money is not a commodity by making money I mean it literally produces money a company that is so that you know share of stock is sold in you can actually look at the profits of the company you can actually look at things the company owns you can look at growth trends in the profits and the balance sheets of the companies offer to earnings ratios P. E. ratios you can look at do a financial analysis on this stock and thereby parade place a value that has a mathematical reason for the value on that share of stock on a group of stocks it's called a mutual fund you know the values are derived as a mathematical process one plus one equals two not I'm going to Baghdad old that's you know a guy.
Paul Rand Paul, Mitch Mcconnell And John Stewart discussed on KRLD Programming
"A Republican senator Paul rand Paul objected Wednesday to attempt to pass the bill funding nine eleven first responders healthcare unanimously arguing that passing such a long term bill without offsetting the costs would contribute to the national debt the delay presents another hurdle the dramatic flight to secure funding for the September eleventh victim compensation fund despite Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's continued reassurances the fund would be fully funded after comedian and find advocate John Stewart gave emotional testimony last month accusing lawmakers of failing to support the bill the measure was will be approved for a floor vote in the house to pass the lower chamber last week on an overwhelmingly bipartisan four hundred two to twelve vote in presidential candidate and democratic senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York will crack requested unanimous consent a procedural move allows the bill to skip several steps the passed unanimously without senators casting an individual vote on the bill on the Senate floor Wednesday so that it be accelerated to a vote without debate Paul objected quotas long been my feeling we need to address our massive debt in this country we have a twenty two trillion dollar debt we're adding dead at about a trillion dollars a year he said of their for any new spending we are approaching any new program that's going to have the longevity of seventy eighty years should be offset by cutting spending that's less valuable we need to the very least have this debate I'll be offering up in a minute if this bill should come to the floor but until then I will object at a Paul who voted in favor of president Donald trump's one point five trillion dollar tax cut that tax cuts helping drive a deficit
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Dangerously high temperatures and humidity across several states Milwaukee saw high of eighty two on Wednesday Nissan temps are only gonna get worse rising to dangerous levels anybody can come a celebration armies beating he with cooling centers around the city making sure people have a safe place to go lot of the people in our neighborhood are homeless and they set out there on the street all day all even an hour and I still want to lose our doors are open they come floating through the doors along with air conditioned rooms they have plenty of water we do have the nice bottles of cold water that we will give to anyone who walks to the door and then easy thing to do for a mail carrier killers selling ski has cold bottles of water out on her front porch she knows people like mail carriers have no choice but to brave the heat and she wanted to help that's W. D. J. T. T. V.'s mark McPherson reporting W. W. E. news time one thirty five governor Gretchen Weber opening a disaster in emergency contingency fund for Tuscola county to help with the flood response costs the county suffered significant flooding and damage in late may the governor says the county continues to recover from the impacts of the severe flooding and the funding will help to cover some of the costs incurred Highland Park City officials say they found high levels of lead in tap water at some homes following a routine round of testing is ready nine fifty Stephanie Davis reports we will not sit by and become a flat Highland Park mayor Huber Jaap after city officials say nine homes out of thirty six tested came back with higher than normal lead levels we still want to be calm about this and and let everybody know that we have a plan that there is information out there and then it's the we're we're not everybody is not contaminated we've received several those call this morning obviously everyone is not content as Damon Gerrit director of the Highland Park water department residents can request to have their tap water tested by contacting the customer service center and he says residents can also pick up free filters at the fire department starting Thursday in Highland Park Stephanie Davis WWJ newsradio nine fifty the legislation to ensure compensation for nine eleven first responders in their families was stalled yesterday by one vote the bill which has overwhelming bipartisan support was stopped by a single senator as rand Paul raised concerns about the cost any new program is going to have the longevity of seventy eighty years should be offset by cutting spending Michael bearish represents ten thousand first responders so you had conversations with the rand Paul's and he said we won't get in your way New York senator Chuck Schumer was visibly disappointed why is he doing it now Bridget Ghormley vows to keep fighting in honor of her father Canada WCBS TV is Jessica Leighton reporting W. dubb Jamie's time one thirty seven.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Browsing the views of our country I think that they've said horrible things that the press does it cover I think you should try covering it from previously said the four women should go back to their countries if they're not happy in the U. S. the nine eleven victims compensation fund is hitting a temporary speed bump Republican senator rand Paul said spending bills like this should be offset by cuts any new spending that we are approaching any new program that's going to have the longevity of seventy eighty years should be offset by cutting spending that's less valuable we need at the very least have this debate meantime here to blogs you tweeted there's no reason for the Senate to wait in the fund should be passed now the plan was for the Senate to pass the measure before leaving for summer recess on August second but now it's not clear when the vote will happen Lisa G. NBC news radio New York although a final destination is not yet set Joaquin el Chapo goose months attorney says he will likely serve his life sentence in Colorado's supermax facility dubbed the Alcatraz of the Rockies it's home to a number of the most notorious criminals you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio New York City mayor bill de Blasio says federal prosecutors asked the city to delay NYPD disciplinary hearings in the Eric garner case as the DOJ decided whether or not to bring charges may applause you says the department of justice pressure the city not to move forward with a disciplinary hearing against officer Daniel Pantaleo who's been seen on video using either an illegal chokehold a what he's called a seatbelt hold subduing garner as he said I can't brief triggering a fatal asthma attack the mayor says going forward the city won't wait that's why I've announced a new policy we have no faith in the justice department anymore but he says the NYPD has made progress in five years time the amount of systemic change in policing has been constant and intense I believe we've taken the kinds of steps to avoid such a tragedy that's what a leader has to do James flippant NBC news radio New York royal Caribbean is canceling its crew stop in San Juan Porter Rico as protests continue against the governor there the ship empress of the seas re routed to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands giving guess refunds for prepaid shore excursions the Florida department of education is being sued Rick coastal has the details a class action lawsuit alleges that apartment told school district to deduct the employer's portion of Medicare and social security taxes out of bonuses awarded the teachers the suit says over one hundred sixty thousand teachers were among those who receive the bonuses during the past two school years lawyers in the case claimed the school districts are required by law to pay the portion of the taxes that was instead subtracted from teachers bonuses Recco show NBC news radio a company will make food out of thin air that's what solar foods plans to start doing next month the company has created a protein powder made only from electricity water and air.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"And I said, look that's not unusual there. Lots of seventy eighty years even ninety year old women mid-nineties who who have run marathons, and I said that's not unusual may said, yes. But you're the first to to do at fifty years after you. I did I said yes that is, you know, I'm grateful for my health. But also that just. Testimony to how few women ran fifty years ago. That's that story and just see that in my lifetime was phenomenal. So anyway, that was really great. But now, yes about the training and being seventy first of all I also was sort of stunned that people made a big deal about me being seventy because I m not seventy I'm twenty five, you know. I just absolutely don't feel feel different. I really don't. I just wonder why I'm going up floor. That's. Here's here's what I did differently. Having having run all my life. I felt like I was an expert and really didn't need to get help with training. And then I realized you know, things have changed so much in the last fifty years. It's time to go out and get some used the technology. So I went out, and I went to a couple of really really good physios. Got make sure I was in really really good balance. I gave myself two years to get ready for this moment. Which was scary for me. Because usually I don't put it out there. You know what? I mean, I not that much in advance cause anything can happen in two years and. Anybody gets sick or hit by a car? You know? But anyway, I put it out there. So the I put the pressure on myself, which I didn't want to do. But I thought it was important to build the excitement for the foundation in particular, and the physios that listen one thing I'd like to do I want you to run every other day not every day. I thought my God I'm used to running twice a day. When I was the lead athlete that she said. Yeah. But you're not twenty five anymore. You're seventy even need to recover so recovery was as important as the training, and I found that I could really train well and with quality and then the next day off, and and could recover. So I also look forward to I never dreaded. I was like a boy great and get to go run. When sometimes you run every day, you gotta get out there in the rain. You know, what I mean, I know that feeling myself. And then on the opposite days she said, but this is going to be the hard part for you really gonna do core work. And I said, oh, I've got a great core. And she said you did have a great core. You know, people don't do sit ups anymore. They do planks all these things. I never heard of kept up with kept up with my stretching. And kind of did my own version of Pilates and yoga's stuff like that. So is very flexible so went to a gym, and oh my God or work killed me kills me. And and he's the the the trainer was really really young, man. And he said he said you you're having difficulty with this today. This is the first day he said within a week you're going to be phenomenal. And I was I'm so excited about what my body could do. So this is the message. I'd like to give people is that the body always at any age wants to get better. Get some advice and go out start very gradually build up. Give yourself time. And you can achieve a nominal things. The next revolution. In our societies going to be the aging revolution. People talk about older people the way they talked about women fifty years ago. You know, they say you're too old them take it easy. You're gonna have a heart attack. If you do that, you might fall down hurt yourself all of those things of the things they said to women why not train yourself. Why not give yourself the opportunity to excel an exercise well in hard. That's the best thing. You can do to yourself. We're finding that people who actively age age actively keep up their activity how much longer life spans, better quality of health higher optimism a bunch of much better quality of life..
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"The way it was for seventy years with seventy eighty years with the Red Sox and Yankees. So all right. I'm looking at the odds for for World Series. Invest pretty good. Here's is probably I would think thirty to one. Or is he part of the field oftentimes Vegas will just put the field out there. And if buddy. But the other players wins. It you will allow the person with the worst odds is currently Joe Kelley at fifty to one ties with a bunch of other guys that could be the MVP the series. If he knocks three guys with your sisters is thirty three to one that's pretty good. I have three million dollars on it. I have one hundred million dollars. Prediction. Yes. He won't be the MVP, but he will do well or greatness series do prominent Palmer and Palmer and Shelby a hero at somebody. And because it makes no sense. Drew Pomeranz does not pitch a game in this World Series is not even see the field. That's my prediction. He could pitched three scoreless innings at Dodger Stadium. Surprise me. Yeah. You cannot do it. It's Alex Cora was physically incapable of that. Well, he's been off for a while. So maybe whatever you'll be cleared. The Kershaw is the favourite to an MVP with Chris sale and JD Martinez and Mookie Betts they're all nine to one on a front runner on big time front runner, some other notable guys evolved. He is twenty five to one as fellow Craig kimbrel is also twenty five to one in Kinzler twenty eight to one. Yes. And if you want some really good value, you could get you get David freeze hit fifty one. He's already won before why not repeat winner from years ago poll results who's going to win the series. It's a landslide. Obviously, you've got more followers from the Boston area in the Los Angeles area. But I hit all the right hashtags Red Sox seventy eight twenty two percent who wins to night. I think the dodgers do again Kershaw. I was gonna win tonight. It's gonna win game five and he's going to have some saying game seven pitching in the eighth or ninth inning. And he's your MVP the dodgers win tonight. Because I think they'll take that momentum from that seventh game over Milwaukee. And sometimes when you're tired and you travel to another city. In that first game, you're still kind of on fumes. But you're locked in. Where the Red Sox have a little time off. I think the dodgers win tonight. Looked at the Red Sox. The worst game they've played general in the postseason game one. Right. I mean, they did beat the Yankees six five in game one and everybody talked about how they won. But they really didn't. And the lost game one against the Astros. So I'm gonna go with the dodgers tonight. Dodgers in the series. The Red Sox win tonight. They may win both in Fenway. And maybe give up the first one game three or something in in LA. But the Red Sox again gentleman sweep in five games tonight. Okay. You guys pick the Red Sox? I picked the dodgers. We should have a bet among us. Right. Okay. Sanrio real confident about that jet. Well, what do you want? Okay. Here's the thing. It's two against one. So if the Red Sox win. I lose we go out to eat. I pick up the check. Okay. Now. If the Red Sox lose you guys Lou I win we have to go out twice to eat. And you guys split the check. It all cost the same amount of money. Red Sox win. We don't have to go out to eat with. You can do whatever we want. The what do I benefit from that? The vet. So it's only for. I can't lose. Then guess not. All right. You don't get the pleasure of the company of the Red Sox win. The the different take on confused again. He does is. It doesn't explain if we win. We don't have to go anywhere with you at all. So we just win. We don't want. The don't even want the dinner. What did I get it? You really, you know, I'm gonna ask message, Gerald. Dreamer. And I'll go out with them. I pick up the check. Time then the free dinner. Okay. So you guys can't lose right? Yeah. That's good to know. All right. Well, if you win we swift kick you out. Yeah. So we do those. Yeah. Because we have to go out with you. But ultimately. Check. The check the going out table manners. Do have bad table manners. Very good table manners. I know I'm very nice to the I say, I'm just explaining what he said. Supported the. I'm a little startled at this funny. But it wasn't like whatever sign. No way. But it's at because the dodgers not winning anything. They're going to win in seven. Sorry. So I know Alex Cora world really is Chris are you rooting for the dodgers because you want a new hat. No. I when the Red Sox strength Red Sox to win. I just like because the city I like with what happens after it's over the parades, the brightest don't get me wrong. I don't wanna be proven wrong. What they were full seven, thirteen whatever. But they'll be parties after they after bigger than seven oh seven is like the one team that people go. Oh, yeah. The Red Sox won the World Series that year, they were really good. But they were like a buttoned up team all four were the idiots, and they had one in eighty six years thirteen was after the marathon coming and you had all these personalities this year. Would be somewhat similar to seven, but it would be their fourth World Series title in fifteen years, and they basically ran the table. That's the impressive thing. Yeah. The best regular season record. And like I said they'd be the sixteen in the modern era to do that one hundred eight games in the regular season. And then they almost went into an having the best record in the division. Just days for awhile. I mean, they came damn close. Talks team member. I mean, I don't know who's going to debate about the first five World Series. They won the one hundred years ago. Steve Buckley, Steve, Buckley, Sean mcadam. You could also say it's the first it's the fourth World Series and eighty six years, true true. Or something like that for four th World Series in one hundred and one year six one four and fifteen years, and my issue with the Red Sox has always been not issue with the Red Sox more with the patriots. The patriots have the five Super Bowls. If the Red Sox win four. That's that's impressive game. One really important for either team to win is it. I mean. I don't think so because these teams can win on the road who is it more important for. Got more important for somebody. Well, the dodgers at some point after went back home field advantage, which I don't think means much in the Red Sox are five hundred on the road this postseason to into it home. The dodgers went in and one game seven in Milwaukee to clinch that series. Milwaukee was. The Milwaukee lose game one. Yeah. They lost game. One. One game one dodge to right? Okay. Yeah. So who's more important? I I think until you get to maybe gain three if it's even one game a piece then you've got that gateway game. Like we saw with the Red Sox in New York and the Red Sox in Houston and one of those series of five game series. I look I think tonight, I just think I think this is kershaw's series. I really do. And you know, what it probably get lit up tonight. Well, that's the thing. I think if you're a dodgers, maybe a little more important view because right now, we don't know what we're going to get from Red Sox fan right four as well. Whatever shoulder sucks, we wouldn't expect anything, but if they can't even women's Kershaw over a Bank and then tomorrow night. You have to win twice in the last. And you got price going tomorrow night. And maybe he's just rolling with confidence because he finally came. Yeah. He just maybe David me turn at the sandy Colfax in front of our eyes. And I know on these really strict about their uniform Chris sale should be allowed to wear a belly shirt tonight. I think so. Yeah. Like this show should be totally allowed to do this. He have the proper apps for that. As a matter. I see I prefer sandy Leon off the ring the ring. Yeah. They should give him a belly button rings. Championship bring. Yeah. No fingerings. Do you think that he the belly button ring in though, if he has the belly shirt because the glare may be in front of the batter's? I would call for that. Do you wanna take diamond the diamond taking on the mouth, I'll be shining? It could be blinding the dodgers hitters, well, whether should cooperate it's raining now. But it should be cleared up in time to get this just got a little bit of a break. Not too cold. Yeah. It's going to be in the high forty six tomorrow night. It's going to be colder. But that could impact Viseu pitching in the cold because of carpal tunnel or is minor. He'll he'll be fine. All right till tomorrow when we'll review game one in preview game too. But finally going to get some baseball finally some baseball Christian no rainouts tonight for Christian Brickell jets dryer. I'm John Zappa Chetty been listening to the World Series gang here on Boston Herald radio have a great night. Everyone..
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on KGO 810
"Again that we are committed to taiwan's defense and are not about to be coerced into where to abandoning he's i want tighter china has been managing a serious uptick in its diplomatic offensive against the diplomatic offensive against i wanna tried to peel away its allies and so on and so forth we're saying that we're not going to not we're going to go along with that either the taiwan strait is a classic confrontation waterway with china dating back seventy eighty years i remember the debates in nineteen sixty about the attacks of imminent attacks of china there's another body of water at the south china sea this same operation in the south china sea next to those militarized islands he's that necessary jim with that with that be an would that be a help now in confronting the chinese and bolstering our allies well i mean i think it's part of the same problem i think that's of course taiwan forms part of the northern and the eastern rid of the south china sea so yes i would describe this as one unified body of water which all this is happening although taiwan in a sense is separate from what's happening with the militarized islands and all that sort of thing in the south china sea actually there's actually a little historical possibly something that we're also picking up with on of these two vessels through the taiwan strait this is something that really strikes a chord with chinese who has you know we're very historically minded they remember what happened during the korean war would president truman put the seventh fleet into the taiwan strait in order to keep any military activity from going up from the from taiwan to the mainland or vice versa the chinese really remember that that is something that comes up quite a bit in their strategic discourses is so again this is something that has a lot of emotional resonance and that's the that could that could send us a signal about american resolve in allied resolve in the south china sea as well so yeah i would i would think of it as a package deal but also using a sup body of water the taiwan strait in order to to back up what we hope to do in the south china sea gordon jim after the transit of the two destroyers beijing wasn't very happy as we can judge from official statements what do you expect china to do in let's say the coming weeks or months in retaliation for the transit well i mean that's that's i would sort of describe that as one of the metrics to see what's what's china's intentions are there's not really a whole lot that they can do international law i mean that's quite clear that that is an international straight is not to not something that traffic and it's not a body of water through which china can conduct can forbid or proscribe or limit the the actions of other i that's just what it is so barring barak doing something like having fishing boats obstruct the red the the rouse our ships take or having the china coast guard somehow walk away with i mean these are the kinds of things you could see happen i have a hard time envisioning that happened but china certainly surprises before so so we shall see must stay answer jim is china now in an escalation cycle where they lose in some fashion momentum if they don't respond you know i mean there's you're sort of getting a one of my favorite questions is about the nature of regimes governing regimes whether it's republican regimes such as our own in our friends over more authoritarian regimes such as that of china what are the advantages of being rotarian regime is that certainly for the case of domestic constituencies you can more or less defined the truth so i think that's an advantage for china because it could more or less sort of just be quiet and walk back walk back it's it's efforts in cases like this sort of disappear so i think i think those chinese communist party regime does have the option of sort of the and again i think this is something else to build into how we look at what china's doing and try to respond to it intelligently is that a pattern that they've established do they deescalate because from that long as we've been talking they've been escalating these years yeah yeah well you want me to certainly from a.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Powerful signature no doubt i mean you look at the way that guy signs things it's the same signature every time and is it it really looks like identical is one element of consistency in his entire life you're right and it's in the hair did you see the hair the other day though it looked like a took out a new shelf did it i didn't look in the one public appearance i try not to look at the news and more read it looked like it had locker break but know i think it's a very powerful signature and it's it exudes confidence and if you can criticize the guy all day and night you can you can give him some props in that he is a confident dude he really believes whatever's coming out of his mouth a confident comment well yeah it's it's a confidence man it's someone who exudes confidence i mean the guy he he is that the conman aspect aside but when he's out there talking to people he can get people to believe anything you sometimes even if it's different from the way they actually have been raised to believe so you're suggesting and i think you're right that he believes it even if somewhere inside he knows it's a bunch of bs he says moment he believes it in the art of the deal that interview with trudeau when he said that he's like yeah he goes donald there's a trade imbalance it was no trade imbalance and he goes no there is like i didn't know i actually didn't know i just said there was trump admitted that he was lying the canadian prime minister well he's too as it as a way to to brag about how what a great liar is it's not lying to him it's dealmaking and it's it's such a weird thing this is a guy that he didn't write the art of the deal first of all someone else road and that ghostwriter has been on radio and television many times criticizing but but the guy has made many deals i think we can agree he's made sure fair share of them and he looks at it as some game he looks at it like any deal means if i don't win somebody's ripping me off and the issue is when you're dealing with international trade and when you're dealing with politics and you're dealing with different constituencies there is no no deal like that where you win there there's no winner everybody has to to win that's why people make these trade agreements and like the civil rights act but he also good point but he also breaks many deals in other words he finds something that he claims isn't up to snuff and then he doesn't pay the workers what he said he wasn't the contract you do that if you want okay if you went to run a business and you want to say i'm gonna stiff this guy and i'm not going to pay him like you have somebody who's making golden faucets for your for your hotel there's somebody else who will make golden faucets for your hotel that's the thing there's not another canada there's not another european union that you can't say i'm gonna take my ball and go home i'm going to play with somebody else there's no other neighbor up north that you can knock on the door and say do you wanna play ball that's canada that's who we have to deal with so his way of negotiating doesn't work in politics that's why i never understood that we need a businessman for a president will the us isn't a business it's a government and the purpose of a business is to make money and the government is take care of the citizens and to get i here's here's the point we became the greatest most powerful nation over the last seventy eighty years and then all of a sudden people said well we want something different and i don't get that i don't get that mentality we were doing great we became the most powerful as you point out the great recession gave up people let's confidence i think in the economy the country well it did but i i that's still a good excuse to hire donald trump to but there's people from that generation the fifty sixty s middleclass jobs in manufacturing and production this country was booming that was all because europe and asia got completely demolished in world war two like.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Your call do appreciate it let's go to line to k f arizona james you're on the savage nation with lou paid how are you fine i had noted i was on a light rail month or two ago and it's still going on but there's a movement called read which we grant for education and they are the teachers and they took up a whole light rail train pretty much every c arrived in phoenix young girl came up to people get off light rail and she was pretty radical other signs so but it sounds like they so yeah yeah no james excellent point thank you for your call it's the dumbing down of america i was i was fortunate to be in for dr savage a few days ago and for the last sixty seventy eighty years the indoctrination of liberalism and the lack of providing a proper education to our our young people our students is something that can be seen every day p kids can't read they cannot do mathematics forget about civics nobody knows the three branches of government anymore they don't even know heck they don't even understand the concept of the electoral college we learned that after the two thousand sixteen presidential election hillary clinton doesn't seemingly understand the concept of the electoral college maybe she was out plotting and scheming that day in fifth grade when they taught it i wanna play this this is senator gillaibrand from new york okay it's interesting she's out no no no i'm sorry i thought that was a different cut i apologize jim that is my let's get we'll get back to the phones eight five five four hundred savage let's go to line number nine wabc my old stomping grounds joe welcome to the savage nation how are you i'm just curious how you hear you calling out everybody on the left carrying on his rallies i mean most of trump's rhetoric from his campaign was built on a lot of angry bigotry you know questioning president obama's birthplace he's gonna want to punch him in the face law of this stuff i didn't hear you address any milo you not okay all right listen hold on hold on joe first of all all you have on the left is that i want to punch him in the face line okay and we explain the other day how that is it's it's a commonly used thing but nobody nobody thinks it's actually going to happen we have assassination attempt on multiple united states congressmen we have a sitting united states congress woman calling to the edge of violence against people we have people being kicked out of restaurants harassed verbally assaulted in movie theaters and so you're going to say when someone gets the adrenaline flowing at a rally and they say i want to punch him in the face that that's the same come on you don't have a leg to stand on in new york city i grew up with guys like donald trump and guys like you donald trump is a big mouth look into start trouble so you can't tell me about this show joe everybody in new york is a big mouth i grew up there too and now i'm down here in delray beach florida which is they nicknamed it the sixth borough everybody in new york talks a lot they talk big everybody knows how to take apart a car engine but they don't know how to put it back together everybody in new york knows how to do everything and i'm not it's not a criticism but everybody listening wabc knows exactly what i'm talking about new yorkers are they talk a lot they're animated it's part of what makes the personality charming it's what we do which is probably why new york not very well not welcomed in many parts of the country i've lived in like nine different states now oh you're from new york because that's the that's the stereotype i mean come on i know what it is to donald trump is not going to bring this country together that's that's the by one being very defensive person he's going to continue joe get over it joe joe she lost okay and it was a landslide and he is bringing the country together because people all they care about is the economy all of these water cooler topics and all of this stuff that the left and the media pretends to.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Your call do appreciate it let's go to line to k f x arizona james you're on the savage nation we're lu paid how are you yeah i had noted i was on the light rail month or two ago and still going on but there's a movement called red red which good for education and they are the teachers just about all light rail train pretty much arriving young girl up to people were getting off the light rail and she pretty radical weather sign so it sounds like they education oh yeah yeah no james no excellent point thank you for your call it's the dumbing down of america i was i was fortunate to be in for dr savage a few days ago and for the last sixty seventy eighty years the indoctrination of liberalism and the lack of providing a proper education to our our young people our students is something that can be seen every day p kids can't read they cannot do mathematics forget about civics nobody knows the three branches of government anymore they don't even know heck they don't even understand the concept of the electoral college we learned that after the two thousand sixteen presidential election hillary clinton doesn't seemingly understand the concept of the electoral college maybe she was out plotting and scheming that day in fifth grade when they taught it i wanna play this cut this is senator gillaibrand from new york okay it's it's interesting she's out no no i'm sorry i i thought that was a different cut i apologize jim that is my air let's get we'll get back to the phones eight five five four hundred savage what go to lying number nine wabc my old stomping grounds joe welcome to the savage nation how are you i'm just curious i hear you calling out everybody on the left block carrying on his route i mean most of trump's rhetoric from his campaign was felt a lot of angry bigotry you know questioning president obama's birthplace he wants to punch him in the face all of this stuff i didn't hear you address milo yiannopoulos okay all right listen hold on hold on joe first of all all you have on the left is that i want to punch him in the face line okay and if we explained the other day how that is it's it's a commonly used thing but nobody nobody thinks it's actually going to happen we have assassination attempt on multiple united states congressmen we have a sitting united states congress woman calling to the edge of violence against people we have people being kicked out of restaurants harassed verbally assaulted in movie theaters and so you're going to say when someone gets the adrenaline flowing at a rally and they say i want to punch him in the face that that's the same come on you don't have to stand on up in new york city i grew up with guys like donald trump guys like you donald trump is a big mouth looking to start trouble so you can't tell me about this show joe everybody in new york is a big mouth i grew up there too and now i'm down here in delray beach florida which is they nicknamed the sixth borough everybody in new york talks a lot they talk big everybody knows how to take part a car engine but they don't know how to put it back together everybody in new york knows how to do everything and i'm not not a criticism but everybody listening wabc knows exactly what i'm talking about new yorkers are they talk a lot they're animated it's part of what makes the personality charming it's what we do which is probably why new yorkers are not very well not welcomed in many parts of the country i've lived in nine different states now oh you're from new york because that's the that's the stereotype i mean come on i know what it is to donald trump is not going to bring this country together that's specify one being he's a very defensive person you're going to joe get over it joe joe she lost okay and it was a landslide and he is bringing the country together because people all they care about is the economy all of these water cooler topics and all of this stuff that the left and the media pretends to.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"I remember going like if it was just hitting me then what it was ralphie you caught a cold you call yukata creative cold and there's nothing you can do about it it's not fair be cold and you just have to deal with it it sucks i'll defend you but like ain't gonna make the cold go away that lady who wrote that post about ralphie when she found out that thing was taken out of context she goes yeah but still she wasn't hurt anger wasn't even lessened by the new realization that there was more to the story she shouldn't be angry at all but definitely lesson no angers justice saying because native americans have been killed over the generations i'm like you have to do with this man the human being that you're fucking over well got break a few eggs is a quote i read in in in a book tom robbins book let's see if i can find it it's about people people and how they go too far let's see here it is it's from still life with woodpecker and it's his anarchist guy named the woodpecker and he's talking about political movements and political should mean like politics means like point of view on the world me to move in his political movement it's not about running for office anyway and this is that's why join a movement like this that's the trouble with political people he said there's not one of you left right or centre who doesn't believe that the means are justified by the end just saying that means that means like they don't care if somebody's like if you extra broken they don't care what you did wasn't even that wrong they just feel like women should get support or they just feel like role in this case is the case i was talking about not women here but made of americans have been hurt so this'll bring those will bring light to the struggle and yeah yeah i know but like does the guy who didn't hurt your struggle at all this guy didn't who make struggle he didn't do anything to you and they're like well the ends justified the means the means are justified by the end that's what i meant to say they'll like if we can get the support it's okay to hurt a human who hasn't heard us because they can vilify them somehow in his head by this misinterpretation and that's what's happening here and it's crazy i just want one person to sue one of these networks to sue amc forgoing catches fire me for an allegation you can't just do that if you've implicitly said i have sexually assaulted someone women have agency so use it and they do most of the time and we live in a pretty good society where people are pretty fucking safe it's way better than it's ever been and people are anger than they've ever been all can support you if someone takes away or agency but if you have it if you have the thing the feminism has fought so hard for you to earn and you don't use it that's on you walkaway from guy who's not stopping you from walking away all right let's the episode she'll take heed on this i don't care i probably won't read it most i already know most the response you it's so funny you can tell the response michelle asked me to what she was doing the correspondence there michelle wolf it was like i even predicted with them like i know exactly what will happen already know this it's already done because history just repeats itself so much you will get some people who say you want to far no matter what jokes you make you will get some people who take your stuff out of context michelle and say you did something you didn't mean and that happened to all of this happened we knew it was going to happen the percentages and which people are gonna come out it's all fucking there on rand wrote about this in the fountainhead i've seen crazy reactions to something and then i read her book the fountainhead and i could see the reactions already exactly written out sixty seventy eighty years before it the new thing happened she analyzes response perfectly to this things so like michelle this is gonna happen they did they were like you made fun of sarah huckabee looks and she goes no i was very careful to not make fun of any women's looks i did a joke about her hating facts.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Book every day i really do i see folks that are maybe seventy eighty years old getting to labrador puppies john just you know when they come in i oh my goodness i know we're setting ourselves up to fail in his living situation and unless in less we're setting up things for them to do going to dougie daycare and going through formal training or having a dog walker it just breaks my heart because people you know they remember having these dogs when they were younger and maybe there lifeless different and it just doesn't always we need to put you at a petco store petsmart what are these doctrines and you could do sit there and watch how people get their dogs they get them what is so cute oh it's so great because they think that they're they're cute or bulldogs pretty sedentary or i mean they don't require a lot of exercise it varies you know i'm involved with bulldog rescue as well and i've got a friend who's fostering a bulldog now who is anything but sedentary twisty a good amount of greyhounds in my practice most of them are rescues or they've gone on in from flip bank lives or you know the racing well don't realize that they are said interior as well i thought they runners that they require a lot of activity they can run fast but they don't require a lot of activity impact some friends i've had two different friends told me they took their greyhounds hiking in one of them had to carry the greyhound home back because it refused news does your dog keep running out of your yard have an invisible fence that just doesn't work you need a pet playgrounds dog fence it's a physical fans that can be assembled by yourself or by one of our installers the dick guard prevents dogs.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Oversight i mean these agencies are just met state department is just has slashed what thirty percent of its budget and and he's gonna continue now at the same time of course they're doing this massive military budget build up for no reason um and all of this is just adding up to you know a crescendo i think of what you're talking about just complete and total explosion of uh you know basque vast amounts of wealth accumulating in the top 1 percent and the rest of the country just really starting to be to control wealth starting to contract in a major level in a major way i mean i don't think anybody knows what's going to happen if you believe at all in sort of basic keynesianism which i think most of us kind of believe on some level that it at least it has had some practical effects over the years the idea that you would pump this much money into the economy while it's already overheated um it a wild experiment and and we've never seen anything quite like it at least not in the last you know what seventy eighty years uh we're gonna see some very very interesting results i mean i don't know i'm no expert on this but this is not the way it's normally done let's just go away this is not what you do at a time that's right and um and and this is a would be a great time to invest is one thing to provide tax cuts in a way that implicates our wealth in a inequality and it's another thing to invest in our infrastructure and what not we're not doing any of that stuff digby we.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Years that good proved to be a huge risk to your assets inability to manage money effectively let's pause there and the action and bring linens of this conversation are you and i have actually talked about this before in our professional an arm off the air careers and so forth that cognitive decline starts like in your 50s it doesn't start when you're seventy eighty years old i mean i dealing with a couple of right now the gentleman is in his early 50s ray and he has been diagnosed in there now getting better and better about being able to do this but he's been diagnosed with early onset of alzheimer's and and he's fine from the standpoint of a functioning so it could take many years before the really serious things start to impact them not only that older investors he says in this says uh pitch that he do they're older investors also prefer more certainty meaning lower equity exposure which could be a problem with increased time arises the need to keep up with inflation over the long haul won't once again as you get older it's common that you would become more and more conservative but we we've learned from the bill engine studies and other studies is that reducing senior equity exposure the way target date funds do not necessarily the best thing that you can do in the next hour i'm actually going to give you an example of how i would approach this whole investments scheme from the standpoint of looking at your retirement x number of years in the future my approach to quote a target dating the target date funds in my mind have not performed the way that they were supposed to in either event he goes on to talk about how you should you know simplify some of these decisions but most importantly have these conversations with a qualified financial adviser.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"Of itself that's one category of external evidence for the bible preeminent among literature now that doesn't demonstrate the bible as god's word but it does demonstrated as worthy of your attention and if you or one of your friends should somehow casually dismissed the bible they should at least consider that while they have what fifty sixty seventy eighty years on planet earth would they walk this earth and not take the time to thoughtfully read the greatest book ever written by far with no close second parallel of any kind would they not sinn for a few hours and allow their mind to be captured by though one document that has so captured and shaved humanity not just because it is premature preeminent among literature but surely it should grab our attention to know that it has also been preserved against attack the irrefutable record of the bible survival is evidence the irrational hatred of the bible and the sustained unceasing attack against its message you can hardly find people taking time to attack the karan there are few if any books in existence taking the time to critique the book of mormon satan does not insights attack except where some thing gaining kingdom yards is happening notice first of all the attack of man no other book has been so burned in banned and outlawed and vilified as the bible from roman emperors two communist leaders to college professors voltaire the noted french infidel who during the enlightenment.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on EconTalk
"Who were quite dedicated to trolling me uh mostly on meet them on twitter yep uh you know i don't even block them because blocking them isn't engagement where then they know they've been blocked and they get angry it's like they're they're still talking to me i just don't earth uh but i am not that interested but late this kind of personal rage at me this personal hatred for me um you know you should have something better in your life than that and i i mean i think that a lot of that a lot of these things you should have something better in your life than hating another human being well who you know we don't know any i i'm down on hatred in general i don't think i hate anyone that i've ever known uh and because you know we have what seventy eighty years it's lick it i'm in mid and in middle age now and it's such a pitifully short period of time and waste any of it you know anger is different anger is a natural response to things that are often outrageous but hey this this wishing some one ill is wishing terrible things another human being uh it's it's just it's destructive it plays no good role and it is chewing up precious seconds of your life that could be better dedicated just for you forget the person your hating rate just for you it can be better dedicated to something else and i think that that is kind of the other cultural saying the thread that we're talking here is that we seemed to be extraordinarily angry all the time we seem to hate a whole lot of stuff and i you know i i think about the trump election right and i was pretty critical trump has pretty critical of hillary clinton too.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on Freak Out and Carry On
"You know seventy eighty years of of us history when slavery with legal when slaveholders occupied the white house when the american flag flew over a nation in which slavery with legal but i don't think it should be an excuse for not addressing these specific monument this is universities none of that person honored with his building with this plaque a year kill it you know and people say well those are those times you can't have these people living two hundred years ago judged by the standards of today people's it look that's fine make that argument i want the plaque down that person is a villain in my mind as an american and i am going to bring judgment today based on our standards and our more is that that's kind of with trump is easy now heading united as you have to jump in our mess a confederates tried to destroy the united states of america they were traitors who tried to destroy this country now the foul line at all as dismounting thousands disputing elias not well listen the ferrari that marred the men of the dean of harvard law school summit i know very well randy does too and martha was put through hell as was all of harvard law school in this past year you know that's a little bit of a of a whiff of with trump is is getting close to here yeah but but will already talked about that for second.
"seventy eighty years" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Named captain of the team but it was the person who led the team was paul o'neill and paul o'neill really fits the profile of the other captains that are found in you know i think even be beyond the sixteen teams that i mentioned down in the uh the hundred and eight teams that are just behind them you know this similar similar qualities they had one type of leaders fit a very uh specific set of criteria in personality traits and o'neill was a perfect example huge so you do have in terms of of north american sports you do as three of the of the greatest teams of the last you know seventy eighty years on here uh the montreal canadiens uh back many years ago maurice rashard the legendary hockey player uh the celtics back in the days with bill russell and couzy it in that group it but what russell meant to that team in all the championships that they won and then the 70s steelers soon won four championships in six years of if memory serves me but an you pick out jack lambert from that team the middle linebacker as that guy as that that that glue in that team two amazing example so wherever you know was was famous for being intimidator and y missing piece any you know you've pound quarterback you know when they were trying to run out of bounds and he was only about two hundred fifteen bounds or something like that that's incredible he was under size yeah he was not fast he was not particularly strong he was an utter size linebacker and everyone forgets that because his persona was so large and he was so i intimidating but no he was not a great athlete but what he had was.