no doubt about it, scientifically speaking, it expanded in direct proportion to mister van gundy's air hose. we got so many of his wonderful tweaks in there, all the objects. next one is another one which has everything too. whose little mole is this? that was just a quick influence. going into where ideas come from, let's see. this was i didn't get to actually set it up but on the page before you see the little notebook that i and all cartoonists carry with us and this was one of the things in there. another vector for ideas is you may notice in that cartoon it was drawn on a computer as were my early cartoons but i started playing with charcoal. i like the shading so i had to come up with charcoal situations so we go to the next one, my first charcoal finish. you cost me another box. another idea vector is you hear people saying things all the time like it is what it is or i heard saying just saying. i finally found a way to squeeze it in here. just saying. okay. not everyone can enjoy this advantage but being married to a poet, if you read the poetry and fiction of sharon mesmer, sh
also on the show money for nothing opposition candidate pro gundy wants to give poor in the end so universal basic income sounds like a good idea but can india afford it. this is. business asia. as in berlin welcome american and chinese officials are set to begin a new round of trade talks in washington today the latest efforts to resolve the dispute that has disrupted business across the globe the stakes are high u.s. president donald trump a stretch to raise further tariffs on chinese goods if no deal is reached by march that would hit an already slumping chinese economy and then there's the issue of why way will they won't they that's the question in washington as the world's two biggest economies sit down to work out their differences and subtle their open trade conflict since u.s. president donald trump took office beijing and washington have taken turns slapping each other with ever higher punitive tariffs. the u.s. government argues that china is taking advantage of existing trade regulations using a combination of state subsidy.
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