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a little a child. a great childhood a of two amazing parents that gave me a we thing i needed. an echo flat when i was young. i mean we were poor but it was so much the loves did we didn't really notice.
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we grew up in an environment where you never really knew who was going to have. that key so over and say i'm to. compared to previous generations q. might be skint might not be able to find the best pair of shoes but we're not an imperfect see. we make plenty of money make we make plenty of money it's not like we won the lottery and moved into a big scene see neighborhood. my integrity is what i had you know a long time ago people's word integrity minal. and. i grew up happy. in the appalachian mountains. and we had good christmases we have love all normal.
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but now. just. what the hell am i now. hear me. no challenge is more. than other some. our country works great the number of people do really well while a growing number barely get by. or we can restore an economy where everyone gets a fair shot and everyone does their fair share and everyone plays by the same set of. these united states are confronted with an economic affliction of great proportion which it is time to reawaken this industrial giant to get government back within
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its means and delight in our punitive tax burden on these principles there will be no compromise. it's also a family you go back to work on. all out war by the council workers and other industrial dispute based on the lorry drivers which led to some of the nick growing in the shops. the whatever the government tried to do it wasn't necessarily making things better it might be making things worse i didn't think the free market would produce those so says the could make everybody better off the argument was that if you did this we could read up on employment to be more investment to be more. that is true because dollars made by broadcast time want it without big rewards people like me are not going to work fifteen to twenty hours a day in order to get rich.
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graduate school my doctoral years i was told psychologists five ten years into practicing on average for making one hundred thousand dollars a year and i was like that sounds awful. now it's like kind of like my sense of being like the top one percent. i'm not in the top one percent in terms of the world it's maybe in just psychology world. i choose this i choose to drive i could take a train wreck into the city i just feel like that's one extra time that i get sick of being in an enclosed area with a strange you know that in the public it's like i don't i can't afford to be sick at this point but every day counts while trying to see if. i never need to leave the building other than to get lunch which i pray to do every once in
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a while they get to sit alone at a kalar at a diner across the street and that to me reading the new york post is haven't. taken away the. mandate johnson signed. and doesn't even into define friend with the most monday a month. just like. this a constant in everything creates a little bit of stretch when i get real. stress mode and my smoke acid i don't know but. you gave. there was a gig i have all full ask ed where. in some. point
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six were announced last week think of differences started widening rapidly from what made eighty's on the words of the week a trade unions the morning quality there is a very striking relationship today is on a victim's of yesterday's news day. that's the government getting information down interest rates down reforming trade union nor cutting regulations and moving restrictions. the balance of power between employers and employees shifted in favor of employers i think that happened and i think it was a deliberate result of policy. were were.
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it is. good. eat. better go to this morning that you've probably seen that when i come in. and if he's not. he's a straight that any. have but of course. they may still be in bed. when i go to wake and then when i come home back to bed and i know it's just post i seldom cause the content much.
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within the home care sector zero alice have just the way it wakes you just don't know what might happen from week to bt to day front of hearts jumped on it it just yet closed down the list you think you're right and i may have to tell you that. if somebody dies also he goes into hospital if you think he has cells because you're going to lose a lot i was if if he don't get something to fill a lot ga. we had we had to know where my husband was from and we had decided we were. going to. have our own him our own business and everything and that was you know
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where we started we had we had a so we bought a video store and got in the video business it really just killed it for the mom and pop stores and we didn't have the volume of what wal-mart would have so. after five years we ended up close and then. i was in wal-mart my dad and they had a son they were are now and i thought well let me. go put in advertising and then when they called i was really surprised and i was even more surprised how give the company or us or any extra effort you put forth they appreciated it the man. i would just come in so i asked them what you did and i knew that you know thank you until the changes. the focus of the company went to cutting operational expenses less people to do the work but yet the same amount of work to. do it.
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and i think that for that. you know three thirty today is the fourth you see every day your light was on. but you think this is just nerves. it's so. tough people. you know like. you would not believe how stressed that. we are living through a moment of absolutely astonishing transformation all of you know that the information and technology explosion will offer to you and to the young people of the future more opportunities and challenges than any generations of americans has ever seen. the stock
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market seeing the heavy years of the night make. up by almost a home in just twelve months with talk of the million dollar post their paycheck. really change is that if you were once the c.e.o. of a company your company sort of the local market now most markets that are important are global in scope if you're the c.e.o. of apple computer and you make the company three percent more efficient than it would have been using one point two billion dollars to the company's bottom line your economic value has just grown explosively we're really pleased to report this quarter we are one hundred six point. michael and i was twenty nine billion dollars ten billion more than talking future
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six point seven billion three hundred bills you missed some. point you know a whole billion opinion. in just six months if you end up at the top of this process then you do have a justification for what's happening to you the market is an efficient way of allocating resources it's allocated a lot of resources to me me must be an efficient result it must show that i'm hot working i'm clever and includes deserve what i'm getting for a few people have the mental resources the energy. i mean let's look at me here i am i'm creating an african art collection i'm creating companies my youngest child is three i'm seventy years old i have four children thirteen and below so what does that say about me i mean i'm out there
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creating. one of the biggest challenges that any investigators face in dealing with cyber crime is. who did it where did it come from and as we've seen with many of these attacks mean you've mentioned one across the recent run somewhere attack it's still unclear where that originated from so our clear message to government is to work together around the world to minimize this risk to grow those relationships and make sure that diplomacy is the key to everything. here's what people have been saying about rejected and this actually does belong on the only show i go out of my way to lunch you know it was the really packed a punch oh yeah it is the john oliver of party americans do the same thing we are apparently better than blue things and see people you've never heard of love
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redacted tonight the president of the world bank though they. were many seriously he sent us an e-mail there are a lot of things that perpetuate an economic systems government's policy one of the things i would argue is also psychology how people think the kinds of things that they value inequality is rising but people aren't aware of what they're doing to contribute to that. most of the gated communities are either on a golf course or golf course adjacent some of the amenities and really. great really great. but first some people really this is about one thing behind the game i left behind and you do not have behind to look at how much better it is that
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i. with behind the gate. we can buy this house to one of our friends who didn't buy a house. but we had a lot of friends that really thought we did we had friends that were like no we won't come visit we won't come in so you won't. kind of that you moved over there we moved over here. it's really sad it's really sad. in general everyone pretty much keeps to themselves. you want an answer you are missing. we don't know anything about our neighbors nothing i found another hammer. one of the things that for
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a couple of our neighbors has really come out of shape is that we haven't hired a gardener sell this neighbor comes out and stares at me visibly pregnant raking leaves is just staring and yells from across the street you know only poor people only only poor people right there only. in this industry when you're working with high profile executives athletes and entertainers and they expect a certain presentations so i have to keep a certain image in their eyes says that they respect me. value my opinion so you know i definitely let my wife help me sometimes with the. sense of like that but she seems to be very good at getting me dressed for success but i'm a big believer in that if you dress well every day you actually feel like you're more powerful and you feel if you're more successful and sometimes you can like
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dress your way to success innocence as you people get out of depression just by just looking good. the law because it will if you come here and say can see you make it. their. primary mode of transportation when you're in the neighborhood is a golf cart. everyone gets to come to show off their golf cart and they'll be golf carts with off road meals and they'll be called carts with kids and they'll be called carts with kids that you plug on the front of it make it look like a mercedes people dump ten twenty thousand dollars into. golf cart. most americans are fair minded and they won't say i'm going to a gated community to flee brown people most people don't think like that they're simply saying that the perceived sense of safety the higher property values
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that's why i'm moving to these communities it has nothing to do with race and so there's a divide and that's how you segregate a community. those who aren't perceived to fit in are not accepted people who did not people who did not go to a certain church those types of people often felt excluded. new york is booming. something very much back in fashion luxury car dealers a hobby remember a time i do believe that an individual can earn too much money what you mean that we should sort of cap someone's income. not really know what was the point what we know is happening is that people at the top of the income ladder have gotten all the income gains that have occurred during the last thirty years people in the middle of the income distribution they've run down their savings they've run up
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much more debt every conceivable margin you can work just to hold your place in the queue. up to thirty one days here's a perfect way to help manage all sholto the castro government because really they show a record number of people all in all but. if you don't pay income taxes within seven days aka lections to you may have arranged for the agent to contact you visit your home the letters did the fifty's and it's like today. and many months of memphis is about to come within seven days it's. just you got the phone and then no one. is and it's just yeah. my catalog bill is between three now four thousand pounds and then i use office stuff that you know is when the kids need new cool it's new shoes have got no money left he's got i have got to get it from someone i knew how to. write yes on.
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everything so much more expensive and now she wants a computer and you feel so you have to do things for them because the friends that get them and the good look at wow if they don't get them. you've got to cut back. to school rose on the form and i've missed that in the money payments. people went from pretty simple financial lives pre nine hundred eighty to the point now where people are. just totally submerged in their financial accounts and they're all in debt debt to us might seem you know i need this loan to to go to school or need this loan to buy a house but to wall street it's just a product that they can buy and sell in package and socialists another way for them
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to get as much profit as they want and they treated as such one of the things that . i'm going to talk about a little bit today is how to create a more secure america. by achieving the goal of five and a half million new minority homeowners. certainly don't want there to be a fine print preventing people from owning their home. once wall street figured out that they could create these mortgage products they're like wow this is the deal of century we need to make more of these. the house is always the big one it's the way the. economy is is set up. by house housing prices to go up so it's a major component of your retire so losing a house fire is also the position where sort of being able to retire is going to have to work. even you know to buy a house you're really making
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a bet with hundreds of thousands of dollars that this place is going to hold its value and that everything's going to work out. more days than not my first patient will probably be eleven o'clock which means that i would get up around eight get my workout gear on and go for rod. i'd go running for about forty five minutes to an hour. of the running outside but . i know i push myself but there's. really no option other than pushing myself you know backs against the wall when you have to make a mortgage payment. he just had back surgery and he literally worked the next day since can't be had surgery wednesday were thursday friday went into the
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office monday he had a sick day he couldn't go into the office to make money so it's important to me saying that he stays healthy for himself for our family and for his class. the government's been collecting data that showed been these huge gloss differences in life expectancy. and. people didn't really believe the data even people working in corporate positions in the health service didn't know whether the death rates were the highest of the top or the bottom. from cooking cowboys to principle type of smoke by the machines but can get a sort of seal team from goodbye to all but one of the principals to stop them bylsma the floor that let me just be rude it was only just we a guest that started them did they called the cops on the casket where we keep going to put the lid on christine. trying to do
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a deal. my mom's thought the sex when she died if i keep drinking that's me. being dead. full of the things that i need to do to try a little length in my life which is so good to cut short because i was born paula if i make it to seventy i'll be lucky and eat solid the video. now of course because of a growing body of people know that all employment and. health consequences instead of the former idea. because it was business man stress that led to the was tells us. a lot i have conned made him think mad blood pressure to appetite in. all different
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diseases a man. in a data book where on his ability. that's what i've been. through is what i know and if you can live to see it. my daughter's father passed on the twenty third of last year. they can have me and be. back to me in this thing oh my. dad a liver cancer. it's really. it is it's a good thing. now i know in a better place himself. quite some time. now for me to do and to. please a gala fourteen year round. in
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glasgow men living in the poorest part have a life expectancy of fifty four. in india three quarters of the population live on two dollars a day or less. no winning plans go if soon to don't miss a day or less and yet many in the poorest part of glasgow have life expectancy this is shorter than the average in india. and i thought. that's it that's going to explain each being relatively disadvantaged has profound consequences which determine high rates of suicide by then it's alcohol heart disease. so this is but i had my folks. drink. was afraid. of him then what was it was all
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a ball of old waste man stuff. and then it's funny because like i developed a taste for the symbol on the floor fight way. and then but this thing messes discussed and the way we did it but why did. i second the comment that to to go and then jump. up a comment that to defend. if for. you know for them must . they bananas. my potassium so.
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absalom the dubrovnik in venice are all fixed travel destinations so it must be nice to live or is it. crowds of tourists disrupt the city's economic and social life in them a little bit before the sun the slush and get out of the loop it was such a traditional story some nuts comes my name sometime this year as we don't spend money in a school but they sometimes come up the mile the city's try desperately not to collapse all powerful corporations collect the profit of vision don't include what
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will put the couple who probably global in the door coffee cup itai economy in the bushes up the on sobs knock up the suppose it's in me about. to. find. out it. is a tourist phobia will fail fall into an identity. yet there is a saying. a few on the cheap bus and then through and through all the countries let's not. right this is called your skull he said if you give them everything that's lifting to bust. you leave this country because this is what we don't understand how we are in such a country. doesn't listen to the ones at the same time. you're saying i'm going to
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. the soon to one of the similar symbols. because if you feel if the middle of congo were not there got to leave again with the fall of the computer with the plane. to come back to the place story you have to see. the end of the best. if you. believe you. look. at. you you think i did it was that cut us off then.
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