it’s late Saturday morning over in
Sweden where North Korea and the US have just started their working-level
discussions although details are sketchy our eg1 tells us what we can expect from
the talks North Korea and the u.s. agreed to resume their working-level
talks on Saturday at the villa a fixture and inland Ingo northeast of Stockholm
details are not yet known about the meeting but that is what’s been
reportedly agreed by the two sides at their preliminary discussions today
before it is known that the US special envoy for North Korea mark Lambert and
Kwon jungin the former head of the regime’s North American Affairs
Department carried out Friday’s exchange as the discussion was in preparation for
Saturday’s meeting the two sides only met for a few hours Friday morning to
reportedly work out the schedule and administrative tasks for the actual
working-level sit down regarding general atmosphere it’s been
reported that the US thinks proactive talks were exchanged in an amicable way
while not much is known about saturday’s talks ji myung-gil will be heading the
North Korean delegation while US Special Representative for North Korea Stephen
vegan will do so for Washington there was speculation that the talks could go
on for more than a day should there be more to discuss but there are no
indications of that happening as of yet this is the first time that the two
sides have sat down on the negotiating table since the annoy summit fell apart
in February with President Donald Trump recently having mentioned the possible
new calculation eyes are on whether the two sides can agree on the
denuclearization steps and their corresponding measures first the main
sticking point of Saturday’s meeting is expected to be whether North Korea will
give up anything more than the young banned nuclear facility and whether the
US will give partial sanctions relief or security guarantees in exchange
Time magazine citing two US officials said Trump is prepared to offer Kim
jong-un a three-year waiver from UN sanctions on textile and coal exports
should Pyongyang agreed to dismantle its main nuclear facility at Young Gun and
hold its production of highly enriched uranium easy one
now we begin with a trade war between
Washington and Beijing the US and China finally reached a truce in their 15
months trade war on Friday they agreed on a face one deal that will see the
u.s. holding off tariff increases next week in exchange for some Chinese
concessions our wonder one starts us off the trade dispute between the world’s
two largest economies seems to have cooled down for now the United States
and China agreed on Friday to the first phase of ideal to end their trade war
prompting President Donald Trump to suspend a threatened tariff hike in
return for China increasing its purchases of US agricultural goods the
tentative agreement covering agriculture currency and some aspects of
intellectual property protection will offer some respite to the global economy
and could calm markets unnerved by escalating tensions between the two
countries the announcement did not include many details and President Trump
said it could take up to five weeks to get the deal written but where Chinese
Vice Premier Li oh-ha sitting across a desk from him Trump told reporters that
the two sites were very close to ending their trade dispute there was a lot of
friction between the United States and China and now it’s a lovefest that’s a
good thing but that’s good for China it was good for us but it’s good for the
world Beijing agreed to some additional purchases of farm goods particularly soy
beans and pork worth between 40 and 50 billion u.s. dollars a year more than
doubled the levels before the trade war and the u.s. agreed not to proceed with
a hike in tariffs to 30 percent from the current 25 percent on about 250 billion
dollars of Chinese goods the hike was due to have gone into effect on Tuesday
however the u.s. did not roll back any of the existing tariffs on Chinese goods
that were imposed since the start of the trade war in early 2018 including 15
percent levies on a further 110 billion dollars of goods that came
into effect in September and the u.s. is also keeping alive the threat of 15%
tariffs on a new batch of Chinese goods which would go into effect in December
but for now it is a step towards ending the 15 months tariff war that has hit
financial markets and slowed global growth the two sides aim to finalize the
text of the limited agreement in the next five weeks ahead of a possible
summit between Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the APEC leaders meeting
in Chile next month Rondon arirang news
Virgin Voyages has launched
a hard-partying adults-only cruise liner
where kids are not allowed. Passengers have access
to onboard tattoo parlor, karaoke room, app that gives them champagne
all night. Uh, hopefully, they have access
to condoms and penicillin. (laughter) They want me to say, “Brad, you look like a monster
who lives in the ocean.” What do you think?
I’m not saying it. I’m not gonna say it. No, you don’t. You’re tan, you look good. -Because of his tan.
-Yeah, you look good. -That’s why.
-The tan… -You’re tan
like an ocean monster. -Yeah. A tan fixes everything. So this… this… Brad? I’m here. I’m taking it all in. SPADE:
Okay. It’s nice. They have Plan B on your pillow,
like a mint when you go to bed. A virgin cruise. When I heard, “Virgin cruise,” I was like,
“A cruise for virgins.” -KILLAM: Right.
-They’re all, um… -KILLAM: Now by the end of it…
-And they may very well be. -Yeah.
-They found each other. -Or you get virgins.
-KILLAM: Oh, nice. -So… it’s an Epstein…
-SPADE: Oh, that would be a… -a higher… higher priced…
-Have you ever been on a cruise? -Epstein.
-Cruise lines. Epstein Cruise Lines. So criminal,
you’ll kill yourself. That’s a new GoFundMe. -Go ahead, Brad.
-Have you ever been on a cruise? Well, you probably
have your own yacht. You got a big yacht? You seem like a… Sometimes
they let you steer, right? -They hold you up?
-I go on Sandler’s. But… I’ve only been
on a couple cruises. I don’t think
you need champagne. I think you should…
the thing is, is you shake your phone
and they bring champagne? -Is that…?
-Yeah, the app, yeah. Yeah. I’ll tell you
what you really need. Uh, you should be able
to shake your phone, and they should deliver
a bottle of imodium. -(laughter)
-Because, um… I’ve been on these cruises, and-and the dumper’s
gonna take a punch. And I’m saying this… I would
never say anything up front, but you’re gonna… you’re
gonna shit like a wounded goose -(laughter)
-for about… for about five days. -Yeah?
-For about five days. Not you,
’cause I know things just go. You-you probably hold on
to your stuff for the winter. -Yeah.
-Right? Poop on weekends. -Um…
-(laughter) they also said
they have lawyers on board in case your wife
accidentally falls over. Because a lot of guys go,
“Hey, Captain, “sharp left turn
at three o’clock. Honey. Sploosh.” You killing your wife,
that’s hilarious. Anyway… I know, it’s funny. -Um…
-It’s fun. It could be husband.
It could be husband. -We had a big debate
over that. Uh… -(laughter) A new study
probably written by a comedian shows that farmers have
the most sex of any profession. -(laughter) -Well, sure,
the cows aren’t that fast. -(laughter)
-That’s right. Uh… boy. I’m grateful for milk
and eggs and corn. I could not do that on my own. SPADE:
Got to keep ’em happy. The study found, uh–
of course, over in the UK, -I don’t know why…
-Is this really a farmer? -(laughter)
-It’s a hipster. Come on, it… it looks like…
it looks like August -in the gay calendar.
-(laughter) -SPADE: In the gay calendar?
-Come on… Okay, there’s just corn
everywhere! It’s as tall
as an elephant’s eye! (laughter) You don’t get letters,
do you, Davey? -No.
-(laughter) 67% of the farmers claim
to be incredible in the bedroom, followed by doctors and lawyers. -So they’re…
-So they study themselves? -Yeah, they’re saying…
-They study themselves, they’re like,
“I’m great in bed.” It’s a loose study
where they claim– if they’re claiming,
I would say… I-I would just say, “I’m good.”
I don’t know why… I don’t know why doctors
and lawyers are lowballing it. (laughter) That is… I think you gotta… You’ll… you’ll have
a writers meeting after? -Yeah, right after.
-(laughter) These are…
these are just off the top. Yeah. -Go ahead, you have a…
-Well, no, I don’t, uh… You know, being a…
being a Jew, I haven’t been on many farms. (laughter) -SPADE: Okay.
-I was on a fat farm, and… -Does rehab count?
-(laughter) Well, we were on all fours. People were feeding us kibble,
that’s all I remember. We’re gonna… we’re gonna move
over to some inspirational news. Uh, an Instagram model
in Bucharest says she makes
one and a half million a year by posting pictures
of her huge, fake butt. This is who I always wind up
sitting next to in coach. -It’s, like…
-(laughter) Like, is that butt carry-on?
Can you throw it up there? Oh, you’ve never been in coach
in your life. (laughter) God, I’ve been in… I used
to take Southwest all the time. -Is that right?
-Yean. No. -(laughter)
-No, I did. I’m from Arizona. I take it all the time, and… And Southwest is the only one
that’ll go there? -(laughter)
-Southwest is… it’s always full,
like, when you get on. First of all, they go,
“Take a middle seat,” you know. “Quit looking for an aisle. We’re the only
all-middle-seat airline.” (laughter) Like, “You paid $89. “What do you want,
(bleep) miracles? You knew what you
were getting yourself into.” I do love the functionality
of a butt like that, ’cause if you have that butt,
you never have to be afraid that you’re gonna sit
in front of me at a theater, because I’ll always be able
to see right over you. I paid good money
for these seats. -(laughter)
-He’s from Bucharest. I’ve been–
it’s down by Alhambra, I think. -(laughter)
-By the airport. That whole area’s nice.