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We figured out how to turn regular visa giftcards into cash! We believe this only works for visa gift cards (not the reloadable ones!) Let us know if you have any questions, and we'll try to answer them as best we can! Check out our other videos, like and subscribe :)
Jon shares some financial advice as to why credit cards are entirely better than their debit counterparts for four main reasons: 1) Credit is safer; 2) They build your credit history; 3) They're required for special purchases like car rentals, and 4) they earn you points and cash-back rewards. Obviously, this entire argument is based on the assumption that your spending habits are equal with both: and you never spend more than you have available in your checking account. This discussion is mainly directed to Americans, aged 18 or older, where this advice applies most directly/accurately. CBS Money Watch Article -- http://cbsn.ws/NNaG2f 10 Ways To Build Credit -- http://bit.ly/NeFKXl Which Card To Get? -- http://www.creditcards.com/ ~~ The World According To Jon ~~ Be informed and entertained as your host Jon showcases a recent event, story, or review and shares his opinionated and enlightened view of the world with you, by way of an unfiltered, and often brutally honest stream-of-consciousness. New videos uploaded every few days at 4pm Eastern. Born in February 1986, Jonathan Paula is a professional YouTuber and creator of the hit web series, "Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This?". In April 2006 he founded Jogwheel Productions, a new media production company that specializes in web video. Jon graduated from Emerson College in 2008 with a degree in Television Production / Radio Broadcasting. He currently lives in Rockingham, NH with his wife Rebecca. ~~ Links ~~ Main Channel ----- http://bit.ly/Jogwheel Twitter ---------------- http://bit.ly/JonTW Facebook ----------- http://bit.ly/JonFBFan Adventure Vlog --- http://bit.ly/JAVshow Game Time -------- http://bit.ly/JPGTshow Movie Night -------- http://bit.ly/JPMNYT FAQ Video --------- http://bit.ly/JogFAQv T-Shirts -------------- http://bit.ly/JogStore ~~ Technical ~~ Created by ------ Jonathan Paula Camera ---------- Panasonic HMC-150 Microphone ----- Sennheiser ME 66 Software --------- Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Computer ------- http://bit.ly/JAV010 • Jogwheel Productions © 2012 • ~
Get a free 30 day trial for Audible at http://audible.com/whativelearned or text ‘whativelearned’ to 500-500 ▲Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WILearned ▲Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeverettlearned This is a sequel to my other video on the food environment in Japan titled "Why is it so easy to be thin in Japan?" Having lived in America and now living in Japan, it's interesting to see how very different these two food environments are. I've seen comments on another one of my videos about low carb saying something like "Oh sure, you can lose weight on low carb, which is why all the rice eating Japanese people are so thin, right?" So with this video (and maybe the last one), I'm hoping to show that the diet over here is more complex than just "high carb" 0:00 - Intro: America & Japan 0:42 - People walk more in Japan 1:35 - Portion sizes are smaller 2:30 - America and Soda 2:40 - Rice vs. Wheat 3:50 - Fermented foods keeping the gut healthy 5:14 - Meat consumption is balanced with Fish consumption 5:54 - Muscle meat and organ meat balance 7:57 - Green Tea 8:43 - School Lunches in Japan A pdf of the transcript with links to my sources can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/17282506 - - - Big thanks to Greg from "Life Where I'm From" for letting me use some shots from his video "Tokyo by Train" ! - https://goo.gl/8EvfNU (They're the professional shots near the start of people walking in Kamakura / around the train station) -Make sure and check out his channel - it's very interesting, especially if you're interested in Japan: https://goo.gl/s1Xfvt - - - Featured Music: Broke for Free - Playground Pigeon Broke for Free - IF For Business inquiries: [email protected]
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