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Bet that you don’t know October 19, 2015

Posted by hslu in Do you know?, Economics, Food.
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1.    63 million people in the U.S. don’t speak English at home. I call this a hidden risk for a divided America in the future.

Allow me to offer this tidbit to illustrate my point: I heard that some DC ATMs give you 20+ language options to retrieve your money.

In 2, 3 or 4 generations, the bottom 1/2 of the America and California may want to join Mexico or form their own country. 

2.    NASA Federal Credit Union offers a fantastic mortgage loan to anyone who qualifies:

If you want a mortgage loan, they’ll make one for you with $0 down and no PMI. Of course, you need to make enough money to qualify for the loan.

But, $0 down and no PMI? Can this be viewed as a prelude of another housing bubble in the U.S.? What will prevent other lending companies offer the same or even a better deal?

3.    According to a survey of 1,789 British vegeterians, 37% admit that they eat meat when they have too much to drink. As many as 1 in 3, 34%, say they eat meat every time they drink and 26% say they break the rule fairly often.

I guess vegan may be a fashionable statement but for same people
a juicy hamberger or a few pieces of bacon beats rabbit food any day of the week.

Just food for thoughts.

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