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Alice Vincent: Rootbound

On The Ledge

05:34 min | Last month

Alice Vincent: Rootbound

"Really nice to have you back on the show. You a very early guest as I remember talking about balcony gardening. That was a long time ago. Now it's going to be two years ago but you back on the show to talk about a couple of things but the thing I wanted to talk you out. I is your lovely new book. Rebound rebuilding a life. Which is a super cover half to say props on the cover because it's very lush and leafy and this I think is caught the imagination of lots of people who given the current inserts pandemic cliche phrase here the current situation that we're in the unprecedented situation as caught people's imagination. Just tell me a little bit about the books about and how it all came about well. It certainly wasn't written with a pandemic in well. Nobody wants to log book right now. I guess called select back you know I think if the Incessantly of all the losses of the pandemic book being released in it is definitely not on that list. It came as kind of it wasn't like I wake up one day like I'm going to write a memoir. I in for the UNINITIATED. The book deals with a number of things but it essentially examines how humans go to ground times of traumatic events and Tabula NSS and I examined kind of Autho generations that have kind of discovered plants for themselves in the ways in which they do alongside this narrative of a year of my life my late twenties when the Paul. If I thought my life was taking Off The tracks and kind of turned to dust I guess and when During which discovered gardening as a means of coping really kind as a writer. I started to write about Shit. You knew six eight months a year off to the fats and eventually it kind of appeared that match she. Maybe it could be a book. `and plants for me have always been the the bronx that make themselves interesting to me. The ones that have stories not how I learn. Prompt names blunt facts. Whatever tiny amount booking got from learning the the origins stories of APLOMB and so into we've these narratives of plant stories with of my iron on. It's all about I. Guess the relative therapy. That gardening brightened. Things gave me at time when else much did really now. You are a classified as of menu. I'm not a millennial laughing comparably about the old than you tell me about being a millennial implants because a lot of cliches out there on the interwebs about individuals in their house plums but very positive that generation. How does that kind of Cliche make you feel? And is there a way to bypass that to get to the natural number of truth? About how millennials are interacting with Lance. Such a good question so I've had quite lots of people generously talk to me. About rebound they think. The whole thing about houseplants and I think that might be because of the cover. It's very kind of botanical Indoorsy plenty cover of it but it's not about hospital is about the need for the outdoors in it's about this constant searching the outdoors in nevertheless acknowledges the same many people my age Discovering houseplants was a kind of gateway to gardening widely. And there's nothing wrong with brilliant and I think I think to answer your question about how this cliches help make me feel. I mean I think it's such limited understanding. I definitely think there is a grain of truth. It's a trend and I'm sure as you investigated on your brilliant podcasts. It's a trend that For Lots of reasons is very established on brings a lot of people joy but it's also representative of a wider need to engage with the soil with the ground with growing things with Nietzsche. Because my argument that kind of making the book is the those born after nineteen eighty in grew up in subsequent years. We were the first generation to grow up with the Internet with first generation to grow up to to grow without the the lost generation throughout without the Internet's on my childhood which was one of being outside. It was also very much one of being. Sit Down this is Microsoft Windows Ninety Five. This is your game boy. This is Yoda smartphone. This is Messenger. We learnt launched using really really quickly relearned to cultivate a reliance upon instant gratification. Is it any wonder that we get to adulthood in with desperate to slow down and gardening offers the opportunity to so I think that's very interesting point? I mean I think your your windows. Ninety five was probably my Zanex eighty-one loading games on a tape player. Probably like the only person in. He's he's listening to this inexperience. Remember that experience. But

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Kate Erickson shares her personal journey to becoming a confident Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur on FIRE

08:22 min | 5 months ago

Kate Erickson shares her personal journey to becoming a confident Entrepreneur

"Kate say what's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know what's fire nation so excited to be on the Mike. Today on a non income report Greece episode Something interesting about myself that most people probably don't know as I was a triathlete all throughout high school. You know that's pretty awesome because it takes a lot of skills to be a triathlete one thing so of those three things. What was your best volleyball? I wish I could say basketball but I wasn't left you on us. Well fire nation as quickly alluded to this is actually the first time in over two thousand four hundred episodes that she is joining me on entrepreneurs on fire on a non income report episode. So today is just myself? It's just kate. There's no lawyers. There's no accountants. There's no talking about dollars and sense that we made last month as just talking about how you can be more confident. This is something. That's both kate and I have experienced over the years for sure you know for me. Things go way back to the time. I was an awesome the US army which we'll get into a little bit today for Kate's you know. She has completely different story about how she evolved into a more confidence entrepreneur. More confidence woman and more confident person on stage and everything in between so. Let's not waste any time because I want to start talking with you about this journey. That fire nation probably heard bits and snippets of over the years to the income reports. And of course. Listening to your podcasts cates. Take or ditch busy one of the two or both and I just want to hand it over to you for so you can kind of break down. What's the role of conference has played on Your Journey? All the way from your early days in a cubicle. To now where you are standing here today as an entrepreneur on Phya maybe something else that fire nation does not know about me is that I was like corporate all the way through and through. I mean I went to college I graduated. I was looking for that job that matched my degree and I was going to climb the corporate ladder and I spent a lot of. You're sitting behind a desk because I didn't know that there were any other options and you know when I look back at my time in a cubicle. 'cause I literally was in cubicle. It was you know a time in my life that I didn't recognize it then but I was playing so small because I was scared to take risks and I was afraid of anything that I didn't understand or even know about I couldn't even get to the place where I wanted to find out what else might be out there. I was just like this is the way it is and so. I guess this is my life and you know looking back on that I mean. Confidence has played such a huge role on my journey. It's really been everything for me because you know even if you fire nation tuning in if you think about how many times in your life you've not done something that you truly wanted to do because of fear or doubt or not wanting to fail like I know for me. There have been so many of those situations and standing wary. I'm right now I can say with one hundred percents confidence that when we live life like that we take away so many opportunities for growth and learning and experience and for me really like true happiness. I mean living a life and comparing where I'm at right now where I approach opportunities with confidence versus. You know maybe ten years ago when I was sitting in not cook cubicle and I was approaching pretty much every opportunity with fear. You know. It's a difference between again super small hiding having zero impact. And then living this big life and putting myself out there and you know being nervous and having butterflies but being able to create a huge impact now going back to a couple of conversations that we had in twenty eleven in two thousand twelve when I was talking to you and sharing my ideas for entrepreneurs on fire and the fact that I wanted to launch this which you were always very supportive of and you know went ahead and launched it and then just a couple of months after that I was like. Wow like there's a lot going on in this business and a lot of things handle like with emails and social media's and crm's and all these different things. Kate what do you think about coming on board and basically being you know my partner in this as we can. We can grow this thing together because obviously I knew that you are crushing. It your job you are loved by your bosses your loved by your peers and people that worked with you and all these different things so I I knew you had this incredible skill set and all this ability and you know it was just in my mind. I was so like going down. That path of being an entrepreneur is everything I've just become one and I'm reading and listening about everybody. That's having all this excess. While I was just like Oh what if cages took all of that great news that she's putting into you know the Corp job and puts it into being an entrepreneur and growing our business? How amazing with that be in. You know spoiler alert. She said no the first time and then six months later fast forward I was finally able to convince. Come on board to the team but maybe talk about those two different scenarios and why. You didn't have the confidence to join just a couple of months in to entrepreneurs on fire but then why six eight months later when you did join you did have that confidence right so I mean so much of it in the very beginning when I I was thinking like you know. I don't really know if this is the right choice. Or if we're making the right decision by me coming on the team like there is a couple different things that were driving those feelings. One of them being that we were in a pretty new relationship and I didn't want joining the team to affect our like how our personal relationship was growing like unknown to me that it was going to. I think help grow so much faster and now I can't picture our personal relationship without the connection that we have in our businesses while. I think it's made it so much stronger and beautiful But for me a lot of it was wow John so brave and you know he. He's got it together and he has so much confidence that he's gone out and he's done this and like who am I to fill this role I mean. Who Am I to. What SKILLS DO I have? There are going to be able to make the type of impact that I know that I knew you were on a mission to make you know. I had so much fun and got so fired up when you and I would sit down and talk about your vision and your mission for entrepreneurs on fire but when it came down to me seeing myself in a role that was helping drive. That impact like the impostor syndrome just kicked in in such a way and I think that you know a lot of that is what was holding me back from taking that on like what. What if I disappoint you? What if I can't fill the shoes that you saw me filling and even though I knew that I had those skills don't actually think that I was using that as a way to me forward and you know when we did sit down and start to have those conversations about what would my role look like and how do you see me helping drive this business forward so much of it was your support and your confidence in me and you know having dot support around you having people who are saying like no you would be amazing at this? Otherwise I literally wouldn't have even come to you and ask you in the first place but I was missing that like. I didn't see it myself but you saw in me and once we started having those conversations where you would you know give me like a concrete example of no K if we start this mastermind fire nation elite. I see you being such an amazing leader in the community and without that you know we can't really have a mastermind that flourish because we need that platform for people to connect and support and be encouraged. And I know that you'd be amazing at that so it was. It was almost confidence that you helped me. You helped me see those skills and how they would add to it. That finally got me to a place where I was like okay. If John believes that I can do this. I can do

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Locusts could rob millions in an already-vulnerable region of food

BBC Newshour

05:47 min | 5 months ago

Locusts could rob millions in an already-vulnerable region of food

"Time to head to East Africa now in the huge swarms of locusts that have been devastating crops and grasslands that the U. N. is warning today of the danger of famine in the region if the insects aren't brought under control Ethiopia Somalia Kenya Tanzania and Uganda will be affected and food shortages were were even before the locusts arrive the U. N.'s food and agriculture organization says it needs more money to pay for an aerial spraying to kill the locus and stop them breeding Dominick Cruz is director of emergencies at the FAA we have huge locust presence in Kenya in the it chokes out as well as in Somalia the latest developments being that since the beginning of this week northern Tanzania in the the Cayman general and region as well as north eastern Uganda also affected by the locust situation we have thirteen million people that thought a cute of food insecurity and another twenty million that are on the verge of acute food insecurity so it means that people are already facing Unger I understand yeah but Bhatia's head of agriculture the charity farm Africa she's based in the Kenyan capital Nairobi and she's been telling me what it's like when a swarm arrives it does take bees and but when you look up in the era it's so make millions and millions over black insects that just deterring the sky is so these do these buzz and you know hello to vote these more flies which are quite high the movie informs it doesn't move or live ones it's I suppose because of the wind so they move in waves and you could see the fuss with coming and then they're not really far apart and then you can see just a small distance just maybe even less than a meter and then you see the next form very close by when you look up you can't really see anything other than not just black insects and it is scary all we want expecting them and though I think what drew my attention mostly was the noise from the chip and I wondered where the kids were screaming sold looking up and seeing the locusts I think the local communities having been informed and shown hollow deluca scum is that the door quite free because images the peoples that making noise and but we will grow old and die does a lot of noise who do you and don't you well I think there was no time for panicking or getting worried so it was screening truck should immediately and what happens when they arrive in an area they had to they won't land on the trees all the shrubs all the crops and start eating straight away yes one woman no one from a walk up and down her phone was right where they just invaded on the whole farm so basically what she could see was just she didn't understand what the carpet was about but no on venturing Klose concede that it towards the insects so that's a show can these nothing you can do then when they've watched on to the crow the challenge with the farmers old what farmers have been advised is that make sure they do not touch on their crops the U. N.'s warning of a possible famine if there the Lakers are allowed to continue to devastate crops did did do you agree with that I do agree especially for the livestock yeah I stocks are going to be the primary question keys over the locust invasion eve they do not have any forward any posture they're not it's going to be a challenge for the livestock farmers the challenge I think could no with the feminist thinking that that this is occurring very close to the next season the next season is supposed to be starting in much X. and that's the long green season which most of the phone must rely on soul endo if the low cost I laying eggs on the ground then he means when that crop will be my team the second or third generation over the low costs will be at a very good state you know will be adjusted when the they feed their lot and the adult stage there lately to damage the young crops and that would mean busy carried the from us would go it's it's due for the phone lines because then they're able to get anything out of the crop so I agree with you that yeah you've action is not taken in the very near short term in the next maybe six eight months when yeah you're going to have a lot of challenges with though food is well I'm I'm when you say action that means what I a campaign of spraying pesticides it could be yes but also on the ground as well because I and I think it has to be timely because at this point we don't even need to worry much about that and that's the key thing we need to worry more about the second generation the eggs that are being made on the ground end up it's expected that the the seas on during this is on the ring so going to be here and it's also been predicted that we are going to experience quite good grateful is the soul this is going to be the best growing environment and for crops as well as breeding environment for the low cost as well so the next season is one which is going to be a challenge and they confirm that may be for me to get to making sure that all the hot spots a trees people and they are doing some variants doing sculpting so that we can be able to get to the low cost of the most critical thing at the mall but states once their eggs have been able to hatch endo they're interested where you the two have become be able to fly the flow developed that links yet then we can try to order yeah they they can be controlled at

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"six eight months" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KTRH

"Fryer. Explain it now back to Houston's morning news. It is six eighteen earned. Houston's morning news. There's chaos going on that we know that political chaos going on the question is what is it going to to to Venezuela's oil exports, and what kind of impact could that potentially have here in the greater Houston area in our oil. Patch it hers joins us energy fellow at the university of Houston. His too early to tell what sort of impact this is going to have Ed I think the markets are already priced it in since January one we've seen a twenty five percent increase in that WTI we've gone from a little under fifty bucks to about sixty four a barrel right now. Venezuelan exports of have dropped a pretty dramatically. But, you know, quite frankly, they haven't been coming to the US for the past six eight months anyway. Venezuela sending the oil to China. Can they still do that? Or is there so much unrest in the? I mean is the industry just pretty much collapsing. There. Well, it's not just the industry. See the entire social order and fabric of the nation. It's it's a humanitarian crisis before it's an oil crisis. And so the collateral damage for Venezuela's is the oil exports going away, of course, that that that is positive for the world oil price and for WTI. But again, you know, Venezuelan crude has dropped off so dramatically over the past ten years that the production is is not as important to the world market the Saudis have dialed back production one point two million barrels a day since twenty sixteen and so that's that's the real driver for the higher oil prices over the last several years. Yeah. We'll give him where the oil is going China in particular day think that's why the Chinese are backing Madero. Well, the Chinese have also financed. It venezuela. Ran. Out of financing options, especially due to the sanctions, the the only folks who are buying their oil would be the time is apparently Russia's says. Well, I again, it's an issue of of what the US sanctions do and due to the trading partners. We've got that going on with Iran, and we've seen certainly a price increase due to the anticipation of the Louis reinstated sanctions against Iran being or rigorous this year are we heading into danger zone with Iran Russia, China, maybe forming alignments now as we do these sanctions. Potentially. So most nations don't like to have their supplies of of crude oil diminished. China has gone from being self sufficient oil twenty years ago to now having ten million barrel a day deficit, they have to buy a bunch of oil China's essentially the same position that the US was if the in the ninety s and and importing more ten million barrels a day, they need oil to expand their comedy fine. One more for you, the that's summer driving here the greater Houston area. We got up around two fifty nine to sixty nine a gallon across the greater Houston metro area. We've been pretty steady since then is it going to stay steady to seventy five yesterday. So must've been long horn. The wrong place. So I expect the certainly those of us who are consumers are going to feel it. But those of us in the Houston area who who helped produce oil or going to welcome period of higher. Prices started good to hear from you. Thank you senior energy fellow at the university of Houston and hers. Joining us your NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h six twenty twos. We take a look at traffic.

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"six eight months" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"six eight months" Discussed on WLAC

"The quote, I got was for seven fifty for twenty years. It was going to be about one hundred ninety two dollars a month. Is that from Zander? No, it's not I called Zander about six eight months ago and was talking to the guy on the phone and. Some of the information. I giving me said that they probably wouldn't be able to get coverage warming. Okay. All right. Cool. So got some you've had some pretty. Yeah. You've had some pretty serious medical background there. All right. So what does the rest of your what's the rest of your financial situation? In pretty good shape. Really the only debt I have left is twenty eight thousand and a car. Man bat should take care of me. So are you single debt free? No, I'm married. How many kids to what age? One's sixteen. One's get ready to turn nine. Okay. All right. Right. And your household income? About one sixty eight and how much of that is you. Twenty one twenty. Okay. All right. So so she makes like fifty a year. Yeah. About forty between forty and fifty. Oh, okay. Cool. All right. Well, the whole idea is for your wife and children to be able to survive. If something happens to you, obviously, right and one hundred nine hundred dollars a month. That would be something I could not choke down for seven hundred fifty. Okay. The thing I would want to learn is to things the first thing I'd want how much do you owe on your home? Probably.

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"six eight months" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KOMO

"Reality radio, really great. Talking real money. Another hour of conversation information, a lucid Dacian education irradiation. No, no irradiation. It's all pretty safe. But a lot of interesting conversation about money at eight five five nine three five talk eight five five nine three five eight to five left off emasculation, of course. Which is always a big part of the show. I hate mentioning that because it makes me feel bad. Okay. Every time, I'm emasculated. But it's part of the deal. You gave the number was it in the contract. Eight five five nine three five talk. Get your calls in now about anything when it comes to money, by the way, and oftentimes people use the end of the year to start thinking about how much tax have to pay or kind of getting their financial house. I know, but it's a good time to be doing those things. And that's why we're here. Yeah. Is there something I should be doing? Well, there's a number of things you could do there's a number. I mean that people sort of forget about number one an easy. One is max out your your 4._0._1._K contribution. Oh, because they get your tax debt. Correct. The most people sort of forget about that. And you can really. Why? What will you can make then you're not going to get a tax reduction? Yeah. You tax saving tips used to be plentiful. Indeed in. They really it's harder. Now fewer loopholes. There are. Indeed. I mean, you could still be you could still make charitable contributions. If you're if you're doing the, you know, the whole itemize thing, which has changed a bit to wander the tax reform Bill of last year. I actually had somebody accountant friends say, yeah, you didn't itemize this year. I said, oh, yeah. You had enough to itemize. Yeah. I mean, those are two of the ones that people forget, and then the other one you could still do so just met with somebody talked about this the other day. He he bought a portfolio in six eight months ago. And pretty much everything is underwater. So he can sell that and save the losses Tim against future gains. So you don't really get a tax deduction this year. But you do get to well, you do actually could take it for this year. And then you get a game. Game three thousand dollar deductible against income. Get Karan yet directly offsets any for example. Let's say you have a loss in your mutual fund. But because your mutual fund went down in value. They had to sell some shares that it appreciated over the years and at the end of the year, they distribute a capital gain. That happens all the time joining Mark. So you get a capital gains distribution on on on a mutual fund polio. That's underwater. Yeah. So sell that fund and at the exact same moment by a similar but not identical fund from someone else from another group. So for example, if you sold the vanguard total world, you could buy a total world fund for what L or Schwab. And just as long as you don't buy back the vanguard fund until thirty one days later, you're fine. You get to take the loss offset the gains offset some. Income and anything you can't use this year. You can just keep carrying forward added for night them. And here's another one all the way to the future till you're dead. If you're feeling flush you can defer income until two thousand nineteen. Local flush you could defer some of that income to next year. Save reduce taken in. Hey, role income, correct. Yeah. Say to your employer. Don't pay me till next year. Always hoping somebody just says don't pay me love working here. It's great great place. Great environment. I love working here too. But pay me. Okay. And you miss you miss the tasty Tuesday morning muffins too. So you're you're really missing. I think I need a I need a Muffin reimbursement. Yeah. Bagel or something, you know, the monthly Mexican food reimbursement. Yeah. Let's not go there. Okay. This the thanksgiving thing to which was which is good. Really good. Oh, did you. Did you get up in gobble gobble for Kaz thanksgiving? Isn't you know, without Tom Tom Turkey. It's really not holiday. So it was good all the way around. So to have a therapy office and at home. So I was going to try and get my wife to gobble because she's a Virginia Tech hokey cokey. Yeah. They're the fighting gablers is that right? Really? That's the name the fighting gobble, gobble. It's the hokies. But they also go by the fighting gablers that's just for Roche's. I mean, if I'm going up against those guys. A wild Turkey. Actually, a Virginia Tech student drunk on wild Turkey. Here's me more than a while. That's a good point by. So yeah, there are things you can do to save money taxes. Yeah. There are things you can do and we really didn't elaborate enough on this in the last hour there also things you can do to deal with.

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"six eight months" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"six eight months" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Divorce. Like was it nasty? I mean, there are there on really good terms. She she definitely does seem like she's militia family definitely not to her. But she got remarried like directly after they got divorced. So maybe there was some overlap there or something. Look, if you really liked this guy at twenty seven years old, if you really if you love this guy, I don't know the giving it another six months is a terrible idea. I really don't. I mean, ten months if this where's anybody else? There's a lot of. For six eight months. The I long relationship eight months, and we didn't say I love you. We didn't say that. Did you love her? I thought I did. But I didn't it was not love it was lost. So maybe he doesn't love her. I don't I don't know if this is all red flags yet. This guy's got a lot going on divorce guy. He's got kids. He's not sure if he wants to do if you give the guy another six months, and he's and he doesn't on his own come to the conclusion that he loves you. And you guys can't come to terms on on your future goals in alignment, then then I think you have to move on. But I don't I don't I don't know six months longtime. I wouldn't give it six more mines you've given at ten and there's still so much uncertainty. I don't know ten months. He's not that long in the grand scheme of things kind of where I am. I'm kind of torn between like is this ten months like a really like I'm an idiot for like sit around waiting or is this like is not enough. I. I don't think you're an idiot. I and the second thing. The other problem though. And I firmly believe this Nancy I disagree. I believe he could love you and grow to love you and then still not want to expand his family. And if that's the case you've got another problem on your hands because you really love this person. But he's not in alignment with your goals. I mean, I know people who I my best friend. He got married to a woman who had a kid. They had an agreement. He loved Jerry wanted to marry her. He didn't want any more kids that and they were for a while aligned on that. And then they had another kid, but the point is he loved her to death. He didn't want to have any more children. He took her child as if it were his own, and, but he would his deal was I don't want a family beyond this. Have you had the conversation of like the where is this going conversation with him? Yeah. Like, it's kind of it kind of comes to a halt every time we do and not because like we're both talking about it. But because like I like to check in like where are you at because when you just keep saying that you're crazy about me? I don't have those sort of scale very Tancredi just kind of like out here with your d and the wind. I don't know I feel very like stable or not stable. But it does I'm not feeling any sort of commitment one way or another. You know, what I mean, I would feel very insecure in this relationship. I don't I don't know. It's still very early. Really the other thing is to like, this is the happiest I've ever been with somebody maybe total commitment about maybe role with this. Then like, I'm I'm the guy who over thinks everything we've done so many of these right here these red flags in the start, and I go. No, no, no, no, no. This is bad this one to me. I think might be worse than further investment. I don't know that I would run from this right away. Not right away. I think at some point you have to say enough is enough. I mean, if in six months, I'm making that number up, it's arbitrary, but if he's not willing to tell you loves you, and and if the. Conversation if he's not if you guys aren't going to be able to become aligned on on your goals, then. Yeah, you probably have to move on. But I don't know. I feel like if you left now there would be a lot of unanswered question. I think it would be already. I don't think early. Well, let me let enough about what we think we'll get to the calls on this. So have heavy radio on and we please follow up with us. And let us know. What happens? Absolutely. Thank you guys. Thank you have a great morning. Hey, michael. Hey, good morning guys. Michael you heard AJ? What do you think? I mean, the guy is around forty years old. He's already been buried got three kids ten months the net fan. Is time for him to not go. Oh, yeah. Feels like personally, I think once you hit three kids, divorced. And then you start get back out there. You don't wanna wait. You're tired right though. But we're talking ten months out of a divorce. I mean, I don't I don't know that the guy is necessarily wired to go. I love you now immediately, and then let's move towards another marriage. I mean, we're talking about guy who who's been married, divorced. So I think his propensity for b s going to be a lot less because he's already been all through it to jump into another something serious immediately. Following is also a lot less likely, and I agree with that. And that's why I don't think that she should just necessarily bail. You definitely need to have the kids conversation sooner than later because that I mean, that's the holy grail right there. I mean, if that's her dealbreaker. I agree with you fried chicken. Eka burn to come around and say, you know, what maybe love and he says the brain because he's he's he doesn't wanna do it again. But. You know, she wants them. She's at the right age forum. And you know, if he doesn't want him, that's huge. We're getting close we're getting to where some decisions needs to be made in some things Medicated. But I don't think we're quite there yet. That's just my opinion. Agreed. And I don't think she should've bail right now. But I think sooner than later they need to have the kids conversation. That's the yes. And you give them a little time to come around on saying, I love you. Thank you Michael have a good day. Thanks so much for calling. He Nikki good morning. Hi, Nikki Hurd AJ. You heard the stay or go. What what do you think? Okay. So I understand her point about not wanting me to kids right away. But like I said, it's been ten months. And I think that how can you say I love you to someone without her meeting the other part of his life. I think that once you need. Then maybe he's gonna feel more seriously about where their relationship is. When he sees how they interact and how that relationship I think she needs to probably be ready to do that. That's another thing. Like, she doesn't want to meet the kids. And I realized she wants him to say some things to her before she does that. But I also think maybe, you know, maybe he wants to sort of see what the whole picture looks like before he goes there. Also don't know how you date someone for ten months without the kids ever being in innomax, especially when you have them because like my kid is my life. I wouldn't be able to know you for ten months without you meeting. My child had an experience with before. And she probably wind up. You know, there was there was some relations. There was a relationship there with the kids or maybe some I don't know maybe they in love with her dominated. They broke up side. I realized that can get messy different situation though. It's not that guy. The new guy if she really feels the way that she feels about him than be willing to go. Now is the time because if I want to spend my life, I wanna know your life. That she doesn't want very close very close to the all employees where they gotta go all in on everything and see where they stand. But I don't know. I don't think. So I think they're they're thank you. Nikki have a good day. Call. Hey samantha. How are you? I'm good. I'm I'm good. You heard stay or go. You heard AJ you heard what she's going through? What are you there? Well, okay. So I'm on the single parents guide. And you know, I think it's a smart thing to be cautious. I dated someone who from the get-go that he was all about it took on a parenting role for my kids and then completely out of nowhere one day. He just decided it was too much, and he didn't wanna do it. And I think as a single parent if you're going to introduce someone your kids and have them involved could be because you have to protect the kids to and that's the problem. I have is. Well, because it's like it's been ten months. How is he not? How is he not? How is he still? So unsure of this woman. Ten months later. He's gotta be one. I mean about his feelings about her not about the kids. Like granted. She's the one who says she's put her foot. She's the one is created the barrier on the kids. He seems so wishy washy on her. I don't know. I someone that's going to be around your kids. So, you know, I think I think he's being careful here. Yes. Children. I think he's being careful to a thank you. Samantha have a great day. Okay. Let me get to the rest of these lots of calls about this eight five five five nine one one zero three five we'll do another round. And then we'll do the entertainment report showbiz Shelly showdown coming up to eight hundred and fifty bucks if you can stop at thirteen day win streak on kiss. Thinking. I'm thinking. Thing it. Yes. Jazz..

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"six eight months" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"six eight months" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So I think it's a it's been at a rapist probably unsustainable. And there's been some declines from Europe over year, but it's still very aggressive. And I and I think it's just a sign of a very healthy market. So you don't have any concerns about. Well, gee whiz. There's a lot more inventory. That's coming in the market. So now, we're going to have the time pressure more specifically it's gonna take longer to sell because now you have just that much more inventory. Do you feel like the velocity of this inventory? How quickly this inventory will be sold will still be as quick as the amount of inventory. That's on the market right now, which is not a whole lot. Yeah. I guess it's depends. If you wanna have your cake and eat it too. So it's everyone's having a having a really hard time about the affordability, and and supply and supply of loosens up everyone's saying, oh, no, there's I it's, you know, the time of listings and the amount of listings are increasing and so the markets declining. Well, it's just again, it's just a mature market absent flows of the market, and especially when you get into sub markets, you can see those things. So let's project this outlets. Hypothesize let's say that we have interest rates increasing. Do you feel like interest rates will increase another quarter point before the end of the year? I before the end of the year. I don't think so you don't think it's possible. Now. You know? I can't predict economists about what I've been reading that. It's it's very possible. But I don't know if it's going to really happen before the end of the year too much because there are some other factors that we really can't understand or predict such as some of the trade war stuff going on that could affect things on there. There are some some cautionary signs such as auto delinquencies student loan debt seems like that really have to be taken into in, you know, taking into account of the overall health of the economy. So let's assume that at some point in time in the next six eight months, the federal increase interest rates another quarter point. Let's assume also that's the listings the increase amount of inventory. That's on the market is being stable and will will now stabilize the market. There's always gonna be somebody on the back end saying, well, you know, what I really want to do what I really want to do is. If I can push people to believe that the longer days on market now, we need to increase the look of capital to a lesser qualified borrower. So I'm interested to see what your thoughts are on that..

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"six eight months" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KTOK

"Here we go again another group of migrants coming from Honduras. Yeah. At this point, they are still down in Central America. But working their way, north Lee. This is a group of about a hundred fifty people who started off in San Pedro Soula Honduras, and that crowd has now swelled to an estimated three thousand people who are working their way north currently in Guatemala despite warnings from the United States, and from Guatemala, and from Mexico that they're they may face some hurdles along the way. And in fact, this morning, President Trump tweeted out that the United States has strongly informed the president of Honduras that if this caravan of people heading to the US is not stopped and brought back to Honduras. No, more money or aid will be given to Honduras, effective immediately. So the president issuing a threat over this caravan. Now. Well, I know that everybody is is shaking their head going. This is why we need a wall. This is why we need a wall. This is why we need and more than a physical wall a political wall with actions like the president just took. Now, let's back up for just a minute. Why are these people leaving Honduras? I've been to Rollot on off the coast of Honduras. It seems like a peaceful country. Yeah. Once again, some areas in what they call the triangle down there of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, some very dangerous areas in the town of San Pedro Soula. Which is where this caravan started is thought to be one of the most dangerous towns in Central America riddled by not only political corruption. But also a drug influencing gang influences. Well, so these people are saying they say they're not trying to seek the American dream what they're looking for is to get away from Honduran nightmares. That's how they put it. And again, they're just trying to get away from violence and poverty. In their home country right now. Now is this the same country where we had waves coming through. What was it six eight months ago, well at generally the same area, those I believe the majority of them started in El Salvador and began to wake work their way northward. And that's when we ran into the situation at the border where some families were separated and started that whole controversy. Now, Mike Pence has has issued a warning. He he's issued a warning even before this started saying that that at the border their fate is uncertain. They could be turned away. They could have made immediately detained and deported or they could be held. So there are warnings out there. But these people apparently wanting to flee the conditions in their home countries are continuing north right now, they're in Guatemala, where the police did meet them at the border, and we're going to turn them back. But after a couple of hours they allowed them to go through. How are they traveling? Are they walking are they driving? Are they trying to hitch rides on trains? More many of them are on foot. This is says an organized effort to many of them are on foot. There are organizations along the way that are helping them out with food and supplies and their individual businesses. In the towns are going through who are helping out for instance, if there's a bakery in a small town, they might bring Brenton and other food out to these people as they head north. But in some cases, Lee, you have a one in one instance, a woman who was pregnant nother with carrying a young child. So there are families and young people involved in these marches as well. And I'm wondering if taking their chances walking three thousand miles or hitching trains for three thousand miles is somehow a better option than waiting to see the political situation in their homeland get better. Yeah. Well, they could make the argument that they've been. Waiting a long time for that. And that they fear for their lives at this point the other part of it is to last time. This happened Lee. The numbers had dwindled by the time. They got to the US border many of them electing to try to stay in Mexico where Mexico granted some temporary visas to those people who had made it that far. But you're right. This is quite a journey. This is a long journey. I would imagine that many of them will have dropped off by the time. They get to by the time. They get close to the United States. Another problem. I know they're coming across. And this is something it's not widely talked about, but I know of it because of my pension for the language, and the culture there is a certain amount of regional racism, the Honduran do not like the Mexicans the Mexicans. Do not like the Hondurans and both of them. Don't like the Guatemalans. Wow. Yeah. And that's that just adds to the whole situation here. Wow. That that's an interesting angle on. You know that creates even more friction it does. And I think it will. Thanks for the update Bill zipper on NewsRadio one thousand K T O if you.

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"six eight months" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Everyone was just waiting around for something to happen but no one knew what that was and it never really happened it's it's a games year at a time when i think part of it is okay do hardware kind of came out but it's not new hardware yeah it's not new new hardware like at the point there past talking about it right yeah so there wasn't really much to say you know i think some people were anticipating like price cuts and some other which you know like sony did you temporary cut for the duration of the show but i think like it was very light on business and long on games which is great but at the same time it feels like that there was business to be done at some of the press conferences that didn't really come up then there's also a lot of leaks for the game with the valetta people sales just didn't feel that long games and i mean granted i think last year was ridiculous in terms of the number of like highquality things that came out out and anything will look weak in comparison but like i dunno like this holiday i'm looking at what's there and it's like you know there's the old standbys and you know something like red dead which we know is just gonna fuck and take over for a month and a half probably right but i just don't like i didn't feel like i got anything else really out of that that was like okay this is significant i feel like you know like watching the press conference is going to the show talking to people that have seen stuff that i didn't see year vice versa and comparing notes i feel like there are ton of games that seem like they will be bare minimum good games right there's stuff i'm looking at it and going like okay i'm excited to know more about this or these are games i'd like to play immediately and and i feel like the the the games part of it is fine you know i feel like the the next six eight months like whatever.

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"six eight months" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"But i go online or i go to the store they usually have minimum purchases of six eight months i've even had a minimum of fifty and not backyard i can i can split about three so i don't know if you know i don't do that myself and i really don't know we haven't done chickens at our home and i'd love to be honest with you but we have so many rafters of and we in fact our next newsletter is going to be about als and we've got you know the dog's always in and i don't have a good place to build a total enclosure so i haven't done it in the dallas fort worth area one place it'd be a little bit of a drive for you but i think you'd enjoy going to rooster hardware which is in dallas they really deal with chickens and they've got some contacts and people that they deal with their great experts in that subject to know all the different varieties of chickens and which ones do the best job at different kinds of things so i'd i'd check with them there's probably some feed stores and farm stores closer to you but i'd start they have those minimum purchases but i i just a little bit of a success story i was putting in a deck yesterday and it was fun whenever i had to dig a hole about every third shovel i would just pick up there just be an earthworm or two and good they weren't there a couple of years ago when i started definitely definitely appreciate all the tips be providing enjoyed the show we'll take some time some nine drive over to dallas and check out a rooster hardware and i think they can give you some more tips about quizzes maybe closer to you outstanding i.

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"six eight months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of their bill or a tree so the jaundice was an early sign and he went to one of the super big hospitals his found the have pancreas cancer it was localized can answer was wrapped around the adjacent structures he had standard chemo at standard radiation six weeks already didn't work that's what we talk about so much as another case just a few minutes ago i talked to you about a man with a sinus cancer had standard radiation weeks and weeks of standard radiation it didn't work either why is it well standard radiation often is so weak that it can't stop the cancer so the man with sinus cancer dried up his mouth but it did not dry up the cancer the cancer was alive and vigorous and then this man also had months and months of chemo for his pancreas cancer at weeks and weeks of radiation it just didn't work his cancer markers went up from eighty eight in june two one hundred and five in september and the doctors kept on giving them the same same chemo can you imagine that why would they do that if the chemo's not working giving more chemo to the patient only give gives side effects another teaching point they knew that the chemo wasn't working they knew the cancer marker was going up cancer markers a blood test and attends to coincide with how the cancer is doing if it's going up usually it's a bad sign if it's going down usually not always but usually it's a good sign and in this case the cancer market was going up and they still gave them three more months of the same chemo doesn't make sense and he came to me and i got a marker number from june it was eighty eight september one hundred and five and now it's thirty eight hundred it went up thirty eight times on chemotherapy people ask me so often oh doctors should i stay on the chemo the chemo's not working get off the chemo then it's just poison chemo supposin anyway trying to poison the cancer more than the body but if it's not working it's not working and why would you wanna take a poison to your body it costs a lot of money the average chemo nowadays is ten thousand dollars a month suspenders had just recently six eight months of chemo talking about eight hundred thousand dollars of chemo not working the poison and he's getting weaker and weaker any wishes to be treated and he had.

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"six eight months" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"The only two weeks i was going back up six eight months six months six muslim yohmor i got tired last summer rally he just tome lagos guinea a year your life if you don't turn out you can go back doors one where i saw that you know what i'm done now is one of the reasons you weren't on a lot of who projects early enough that we used to wonder like hey why you got in on this leg day lastly i lost my rhythm poop m us a focus wasn't it wasn't really focus laid there and angus hands we give focus until we got out god the streets regard them motion tore and then we left a life alone completely burr and then ext you know just hate me like okay now i got off knock of focus on just this now amihai the way about daca from the poll nonoil nowhere dental moeller were at the whit element that come along with the situation i was in and i was ac i we have more will you got where we come back keep a lack is the breakfast club good morning for breakfast glow to this sunday our iheartradio music awards are here exceed can't miss live performances by the head sheeran joe girardi be von jovian the ruf five camila cabello charlie crews fleiss innovator award honoree chance the rubber and surprises you'll have to see to believe who's going open iheartradio music award winners up his me this is the is kendrick lamar heidelberg was of this is drake to find out wide ship some big night aimed on tbs tnt had from tuesday award winners up as me though if israel is the its kendrick lamar heidelberg was up this is drake to find out key wide ship sunday night aimed on tbs tnt had from tv hosted by tj gillett had haley baldwin.

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"six eight months" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"And spying on him but see that was all written six eight months ago and they didn't know that was gonna come out so they're saying we're not spying on trump but they have a tv show we're in real life what's going on as at the tv show but trump's a devilworshipping swipes premise so it's okay so tommy that's the level of the tax one hundred getting and all those topics you were told me about their in the bright alex justice well they seem to be doing to you and to me is built in us up said i becomes acceptable to for someone to kill you which is is that they sign has happened to find who who's a dutch filmmaker whose mothers and he was murdered because they picked him up a huge nazi prices which he was when he was a liberal who spoke about islam that's exactly what we see happening to sell for see happening to me some of them are they doing a country i started before killing us because of the media reports upon us and the media gender against us do you say that last week's law and order was called info wars the episode at its base in charlottesville and grabbed milli waiver our reporter at n m says the same thing she said and then they will gang riper and then the jury says it's okay she deserves it and the message is go out and rape infowars reporters i mean that is the level of psychological warfare exactly what you just said well you didn't know about but night unbelievable unbelievable is no law porn out between her legs they riper so bad kinda like the people that hillary represents that are that little girls to not on that show she's an impenetrable yes all with goods wow no one of their side and this is i was happened to be gone moves attached to make up and he was that move north murdered but the mind the molecules was a leftist but he was killed because the manfully he was doing the world a better thing generally fulda because they'll build you up for such among stop bill maher said softer most of the someone thinks that morallyjust to do what they're doing and they say of the show evil t support trump you're allowed the right heel flick there was like yeah let me i want harvey weinstein directed at.

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"six eight months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And you and i've said that many times before right do they even understand who their audience is and and for example when you know we we started looking at uh uh they they there was a a poll that was done uh and this was done a probably about a six eight months ago and it was the the the politics of of fan base of of certain teams and the most republican and or conservative fan basis and remember we did it when buffalo's number four and i said yeah that make sense like what are you talking about you're talking about a hey hey team in one of the most liberal cities in america and over the last couple of years a few times buffalo has been given the prize even beating portland oregon but they're talking about the city of buffalo not the metropolitan area of buffalo not the suburbs of of of buffalo were you probably have a significant support and then remember fifteen to twenty percent of the people that actually go to the games are from southern ontario and we know how conservative southern ontario is mim at that might not have helped my argument there yeah can i ask wrong direction them what you're looking for his alberta is other that's it they're all going to battle attleboro they're coming from abroad but it so what they're saying is that that even in in liberal cities that you have you know the the the the fan bases you know more uh conservative republican than the general population of the city that it might be located in oran named it named in 'cause they're called the buffalo bills but they actually playing orchard park new york so uh you know they are the they are the boston pay on a wave that goes back a long time the american for public the new england patriots s um so we'll get to that end and speaking of social justice we have we've got an idea here we'll discuss this a little bit later on in the show but starbucks to boost worker pay and benefits after the corporate tax rate was cut our advice not a starbucks we believe now that the head of star is he still can think of his name is he still president but he quit camerota that.

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"six eight months" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And you and i've said that many times before right do they even understand who their audiences and and for example when you know we we started looking at uh uh they they there was a a poll that was done uh and this was done a probably about six eight months ago and it was the the the politics of of fan base of of certain teams and the most republican and or conservative fan basis and remember we did it when buffaloes number four and i said get it makes sense like what are you talking about you're talking about a hey hey team in one of the most liberal cities in america and over the last couple of years a few times buffalo has been given the prize even beating portland oregon but they're talking about the city of buffalo not the metropolitan area of buffalo not the suburbs of of of buffalo were you probably have a significant support and then remember fifteen to twenty percent of the people that actually go to the games from southern ontario and we know how conservative southern ontario is mim at that might not have helped my argument there yeah can i ask wrong direction now what you're looking for his alberta if are there that's it their upcoming battles are they're coming from abroad but it so what they're saying is that that even in in liberal cities that you have you know the the the the fan bases you know more conservative republican than the general population of the city that it might be located in or named named in 'cause they're called the buffalo bills but they actually playing orchard park new york so uh you know they are the they are the boston pay on a way that goes back a long time of the american for public the new england patriots so um so we'll get to that end and speaking of social justice we have we got an idea here we'll discuss this a little bit later on in the show but starbucks to boost worker pay and benefits after the corporate tax rate was cut our advice not a starbucks we believe now that the head of star is he still can think of his name is he still president but he quit commercial.

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"six eight months" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Justice program the nfl i've got to go there was so much news yesterday but i i gotta find the column is it just said again is a dust the nfl even understand who their audience is and you and i've said that many times before right do they even understand who their audience his and and for example when you know we we started looking at uh uh they they there was a a poll that was done uh and this was done a probably about a six eight months ago and it was the the the politics of of fan base of of certain teams and the most republican and or conservative fan basis and remember we did it with buffalo was number four and i said get it makes sense like what are you talking about you're talking about a hey hey team in one of the most liberal cities in america and over the last couple of years a few times buffalo has been given the prize even beating portland oregon but they're talking about the city of buffalo not the metropolitan area of buffalo not the suburbs of of of buffalo were you probably have a significant support and then remember fifteen to twenty percent of the people that actually go to the gains from southern ontario and we know how conservative southern ontario is at that might not have helped my argument there yeah can i ask wrong direction them what you're looking for his alberta are there that's it they're all carry the battles are they're coming from abroad but it it so what they're saying is that that even in in liberal cities that you have you know the the the the fan bases you know more uh conservative a republican than the general population of the city that it might be located in oran named it named in 'cause they're called the buffalo bills but they actually playing orchard park new york so uh you know they are the they are the boston pay on a way that that goes back a long time the american for public the new england patriots so um so we'll get to that end and speaking of social justice we have we've got an idea here we'll discuss this a little bit later on in the.

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"six eight months" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB

Computer Talk with TAB

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB

"You have to now you're you're you're connecting your speaker to nassetti get your music right your streaming in over the cloud back to your house he you pay for it once you're running the band with and the speaker does for workers thing laptops so i will be six eight months yep and it's worked fine update cheesiness lately it right update from then microsoft and all of a sudden it will not recognize yeah it's like these we've we've was a rude goldfarb's out it's called bum goldberg goldberg it's a rude goldberg approach to getting sound i mean in your at the fact that you and i are targeted just blows my mind and we're supposed to making progress here but um so i think you have to look at the security opened the ports and the moment you fix this microsoft corrupted it again and progress what i said a rubber be optimised yeah well it's true though sadly his it it's it's the the software is all is all fluids so you're gonna fix it today and it could be broken tomorrow but at least you know what to look for when you can't could sound out of your speaker darren criss there you have you talked with jobsite the computer talk metab dot com or you can like us on facebook attaf computer systems or follow us on twitter at tab computer says of go to your newsfeed either way okay all right chris all right it's you got it is odd i mean it's amazing that we can't get sound these days out of the most simplest of things due to a security issue yet ecwa facts hands out oliver data on the internet.

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"six eight months" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"And told me broke the news on my show that this executive order was comey came out on my show first and he said look it were we this is what we can do and he's and he's been working on this for like six eight months of course the president gave him credit for that today but this this is not at all what needs to be done overall this is just something that introduces and infuses competition what we need is for people to see competition working so that in the end you'll see port people clamoring and asking for more that's what i think is going to happen see there's going to be a group of people because what are the the disadvantages to obamacare again with the pre kit preexisting conditions and we can talk about preexisting conditions and how we're going to handle that we don't we may die in the street i get it i'm not i'm not a heartless meaning but we can talk about that in sort of a separate conversation but in terms of forcing all of the preexisting conditions and the people who needed to be subsidised into the pool and frankly let's just be honest the people who need to be subsidize often have the pre existing continued conditions i mean it's usually people that don't have enough money who are either not working or they're they're engaged in very bad health habits and so they're weighing down the system and though they put it all in there and and it doesn't matter because originally you're supposed to have speaking of menus a menu of choices in terms of packages that you could choose from and i remember when they first got our exchange going it was like a false front it was like it was like going to have you ever been too old tucson over in tucson the movie studios you know it looks like an old west town but then you know when you get in behind their you realize is just a bunch of buildings with a fake facade on it right 'cause it's a movie set that's what it was the whole obamacare thing was a total movie set it was basically just showing you this this sort of fake facade they said look at all these choices.

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"six eight months" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"six eight months" Discussed on FT News

"So what can we expect from the second term is first major challenge is to rebuild unity in the nation 44 percent of the country voted against him and a lot of that 44 percent a very angry about what's happened so he's going to have to rebuild trust build national unity and try and find a way to build bridges between his supporters and those mr tonga's secondly the economy in the six eight months before the election the economy slowed significantly much of this was electionrelated but there are also other factors the cost of living has risen dramatically and he's gonna have to bring that down that means looking at agricultural policies sorting out infrastructure and tackling other things to get the economy moving particular investment his big plans to build more major investment projects such as the stand agape runway wants to take that away to uganda and he also wants to make sure that deletion is working more effectively so that for local government actually delivers development projects on the broader international issues you'll right security in the region is very problematic not only is somalia still of extremely fragile state one of his other night south sudan is an even worse situation it's in effective civil war has been for several years and there is no end in sight now one of the world's biggest refugee crisis and he's going to have to do something about that if he wants to really cement his legacy as he staffer can leader of night great doughnut thank you very much and.

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