23 Burst results for "Duquesne"

"duquesne" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"We'll that's a terrible place for her to be. When you have a guy who can throw dragged punches from any position at all. He also has his third move. Which a lot of people know that. The tatsuo machi senpaku which is the hurricane kick which is a move which he jumps up in the air and flies towards his opponent swinging his legs like hurricane blades and results in just devastating upper shots with tremendous amounts of force. He also has a separate version of this move that he does from a stationary position where he jumps in the air and spins his legs around define the laws of physics so much that it creates a vacuum effect that pulls his enemies towards him to get hit by these flying helicopter. Blade like kicks ridiculous. This is a character that breaks the laws of physics. The other thing is defensively in the game. He has a very special set of blocking abilities that we've seen built in cut scenes. We've seen it in the anime and we've seen it in game as well where he could extensively he's been taught through this assassination technique to block a flurry of attacks. That are coming at them. So as fast as electra. Thinks he can hit him. This move can block every individual one of charnley. If you know that character the multi kicks that move faster than the i can see and she sticks to leg out and kicks you like about what twenty times. He can just barely looking like. He's moving have the focus and power and energy and training to just stick his arm out and block every single kick taking virtually no damage at all and he can do that through a flurry of attacks from just about anybody. In fact i would even say anybody. He's ever faced in the street. Fighter universe and some of these characters are super human and some of these characters are meta human and some of these characters. I'll get to in my point number three. But that is the general move set of rio so he could hit you from a distance using his duquesne's and he could hit you up close using his dragon. Punches there is no range. No place that safe from review in a combat situation. And that's my point number two okay now quick question. Has anyone review faced. Been able to dodge or evade. His special attacks has been able to dodger evader. Special attacks yeah..

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Colombian President Iván Duque Comments on Unrelenting Unrest

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:25 min | 7 months ago

Colombian President Iván Duque Comments on Unrelenting Unrest

"Had the a negative growth but konami last last year. Six percent minor six percent. We tried to address many of the social needs. But i think at this moment there is a lot of of sentiments that have been compiled over the last year so there are people who are expressing peacefully their needs so we're talking about louis labor opportunities For the youngsters were listening to be the one to have access to more social benefits. And how was mr duquesne responding to the protests. I think the president is trying to balance two worlds. I mean whether he's doing that successfully or not. I guess it's it's the subject of fierce debate but mister duke says he is trying to meet with representatives of the protesters so immediate of the cases. We want to have the best address possible for the people protesting peacefully. Listen and acting for the people that have been organizing the national strike. We said okay. Let's sit down. Let's negotiate and see what you have in your table and we will be able to build accords consensus on the people that have acted with violence. We have to act with all the capacity of the police bodies and the judicial bodies for the people who are blockading the roads of your some roads of columbia. We definitely have to act according to the law.

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Thousands of Colombians March to Protest Tax Proposals

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Thousands of Colombians March to Protest Tax Proposals

"For twenty straight days colombians taken to the streets in their thousands. Protesters have clashed with riot. Police in the capital bogota and in the western city of cali that is experienced some of the worst violence at least forty people have been killed and scores injured. Dozens of others have gone missing. What started as a public fight against a now cancelled. Taxreform has grown into wade a social discontent and a broader protest against the right wing. Government of president even duquesne protesters including students indigenous groups. Teachers health workers. Human rights activists. They're all out in the streets waving colombian flags and chanting anti-government slogans truck drivers have blocked roads. Many of the young people have taken to the streets neither work nor study. They say the government has failed to tackle the economic fallout of the pandemic that is worse and inequality and see millions of colombians. Lose their jobs and sink further into poverty. Many protesters in this country. Fifty million people see an elitist tone deaf government that is out of touch with the needs colombians. Many of whom are struggling to put food on the table and pay their rent. Some colombians have joined demonstrators to march in protest followed the deaths of protestors during breast in response to the at times violent street protests. The government cancelled the controversial tax reform. The protests is saying it was unfair burden to the poor and middle class president. Okay also announced free tuition at public universities for the very poor a key demand among protesters

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"It was kind of impressed by this whole thing quote while attendance and the prison ward at Bellevue Hospital. We're acting in the belief that Captain Fritz Shelbert Duquesne the adventure and romance. Her was a hopeless paralytic patient. He saw it through the bars of his cell early yesterday morning and escaped by scaling two fences about seven feet high. The article goes on to mention him. I dropping from the window to the Ledge of an ice house and then to the ground farther below saying quote even this display of agility amazing for a paralytic did not give him his liberty and he was forced to climb a brick wall about six feet high and an iron fence with menacing spike. About eight feet high all this spectacular leaping and climbing to escape prison did not attract the attention of any of the guards or attendance of the prison ward and the absence of the quote. Paralytic patient was not noticed until the attendance made their usual rounds of the ward at four. Thirty A M to complete his ruse duquesne had arranged pillows and comforters. Roughly into the shape of a person curled into a ball in his bed and pulled his blanket over them. So the again i. It's so funny I feel like he set. So many of the troops we see in film and Television The grounds of the hospital were searched once it was realized that he was gone and they came up. Empty and police develop a theory that the escapee had arranged for an accomplice to meet him with a car and a change of clothes on nearby first avenue. Because they had been believed up to that point that Duquesne was paralysed. He had not been considered dangerous or a flight risk. So the few visitors that he had were not documented on any kind of list. Duquesne wrote a letter to one of his friends allegedly from Mexico. The letter stated that Fritz had the help of friends and his escape and that they provided him with a car and had been gotten him onto a plane with an expert pilot who took him to Mexico. The friend Duquesne wrote to brought this letter to the police and it was dismissed as a hoax. They're thinking was that he sent the letter hoping that his friend would take it to the authorities in the hopes that the Mexico story would take them off of his real trail but by the end of the summer all of the other trails had gone cold and police did start to believe that he had indeed left the US and that he was in all likelihood exactly where he said he was which was Mexico. You'll remember. He traveled in South America and knew a lot of people at Middle and South America. That they thought he could have Gone to her safe harbor. There are also plenty of people that believe that he was just kind of laying low and kicking around the US He definitely was in Boston for Awhile. At least until he moved back to New York of his whereabouts but this time he arrived in the city as a new man. Frank de Trafford. Craven Alice his wife had left him when his ruse had caved in and he had been arrested. So this start as craven was kind of a fresh reinvention of himself with no ties. Before this return to New York Fritz slash frank had spent some time as highly said in Boston getting into the movie industry by working with a financier named Joseph Kennedy who had purchased the film booking offices of America Kennedy hired Fritz for PR. Work that required decanes and move back to Manhattan a strangely conventional time and decanes life. He seemed to actually just be working a job and living a quiet life for a few years. He moved onto another job at Quigley publishing which had him working writing and editing advertising copy for Vaudeville acts although Fritz was living well but under the radar has passed caught up with him in nineteen thirty two when he was arrested again. This time. Fritz kept up his Frank de Trafford Craven Persona insisting over and over that the police had the wrong man. And just in case. You're curious that Joseph p Kennedy is in fact the father of John F. Kennedy Defending Duquesne once. He was arrested in one thousand thirty two although he continued to go by craven through this whole legal morass was well known civil liberties lawyer. Arthur Garfield Hays Hayes would later write of Duquesne. And maybe braced for this one because some of it's not the best attitude quote. We all admired the man. Even the district attorney and judge were sympathetic. It was before Hitler's time and no one hated the Germans after all. If there had been a murder it was homicide in a war of many years. Ago and homicide in. War is heroic haystack. The approach that first of all if the British government wanted to have to Kane extradited they would have to prove it was actually him and not this Frank Craven secondly he would have to have been on British soil when he committed the crime for this extradition to stand the British government did not really have any interest in pursuing events from the war. At this point the thinking was that it could dredge up matters between countries that had since been settled and that there was just no need for that so whether we were talking about frank to Trafford Craven or to Kane ridden was just done with the matter but New York still had some issues however it was determined that since Duquesne was being held as a British prisoner awaiting transfer from Bellevue at the time of his escape apparently at that point he had been transferred to Britain at least on paper since Britain had dropped the matter. There really was not any issue and so the whole thing was dismissed. This was very frustrating to some of the police and detectives that had worked on this case but the judge was kind of like if Fritz Duquesne had just gone back to his life working in entertainment advertising he probably could have had a nice last stretch of years but duquesne at this point was in his mid fifty S. He still had a burning hatred for Britain he had given interviews in the press. Were heated explicitly said so and in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Fritz was recruited by Royal Scot Golden. Who was the head of the Order of seventy six? That was the New York organization that was sympathetic to the Third Reich and believed that Jews were the enemy in America golden needed a spy and Duquesne meet at a job so they struck up a deal but when a reporter broke the story that Fritz Duquesne was likely working for this Pro Nazi group it was actually Duquesne's mistress who was Jewish and learned about all of this news through the paper like everyone else who reached out to that reporter to help him get more info. She actually fed him information for a couple years. But decanes association with this group became pretty unclear and fuzzy pretty rapidly. Within a few months Duquesne was working instead for the works progress administration and then he opened his own business air terminals company which was allegedly dealing in our stock. It may have been a friend or just a way for him to have meeting somewhere. But there's this messy confusing assortment of details during these years. That suggest whether he was working for the Nazi group or not. It was kind of an unfocused time in his life or he was just giving everyone the slip in every way possible but then in. December of nineteen thirty seven Fritz Duquesne once again became a spy for Germany this time working for the Nazis on US soil. He had been recruited by Colonel Nicholas. Fritz Ritter who was organizing A. Us spy ring is part of Hitler's Military Intelligence Group the ABC their Ritter put Fritz and the key position in this ring and Fritz. Seeing it as one more way to continue his lifetime. Bowel against Britain took the job. Ritter recruited almost three dozen other members to be part of this ring. One of whom was named Williams Siebel. You'll also see him listed as film seebold because he was a naturalized US citizen born in Germany and he had been recruited when he was back home visiting his mother in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine when he returned to the US in nineteen forty it was under his new identity Harry Sawyer. He had spycraft training under his belt at this point. He was instructed to make contact with Fritz. Duquesne CBO did not want to be a spy. Though he had been told by his Nazi recruiters that his family would be hurt and that they would reveal secrets about him to the US government. If he didn't cooperate he was fearful of losing his U. S. citizenship. And his life in New York. So seaboard had agreed to this. But while he was still in Germany he had made a Syrup. Tissues tripped the. Us Embassy.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Duquesne the report exclaimed was alive. He had been found in rough shape left for dead after the attack but he was receiving aid in was expected to recover. It seems that while Duquesne initially thought death would shake Britain's pursuit of him. He soon realized that he didn't have anywhere to go. The only a US passport so he revived himself and he headed back to New York in the hopes that the US government wouldn't extradite him if he was found out or probably more in the hope that no one would realize he had gotten back to Duquesne arrived in New York not long after this but for a man on the run he was not idle at all. Well in South America he had gotten involved in filmmaking projects with a school system there to try to make money but to make the films he needed to get back to the US anyway to buy film stock so when he got to New York he did that paying cash for the film twenty. Four thousand dollars worth he. Then put it in a box. Labeled statuary started at a warehouse in Brooklyn and took out a thirty-three thousand dollar insurance policy on it with the stuyvesant insurance company under the name. Frederick Fredericks he loved that me Mysteriously the warehouse had a fire box. Work Statuary was destroyed. It's unclear exactly what Fritz was telling Alice once they reunited about where he had been in what had been going on but he did convince her to pursue the insurance policy for the warehouse box as well as another policy that he had taken out on the alleged film in that mysterious iron case that he had shipped aboard the Tennyson and then after convincing her to file these claims. Fritz vanished during the time that he was unaccounted for the HMS. Hampshire was sunk by a German sub. Fritz Duquesne who had sworn vengeance on the military commander kitchener during the Second. Boer war claimed that he had orchestrated this sub attack and that he was responsible for the assassination of kitchener. Any also claimed that this was an attack ordered by an organization called the Bore Revolutionary Committee that entity did not exist duquesne next turned up in Washington. Dc in July of Nineteen sixteen and started to reach out to his old contacts including his once. Collaborator in the Hippo. Plan Robert Broussard. Who At this point was a senator for? Sard seemed oblivious to the fact that Fritz was on the run and at the adventurers tried to get him a government job but that was to no avail to New York became. He didn't let anybody know he was in town. Though he lived in an apartment that he shared with another man rather than going back home to Alice which was something he had done just before disappearing a few months earlier. Yeah he had gotten a separate place from her we did. It's unclear why if he was trying to protect her. Or if you just wanted out of the marriage and didn't want to mess with it. We don't know he didn't need money so he reinvented himself again. And this time as an Australian war hero named Claude Stoughton the West Australian Light Horse Union. This was all entirely fictitious. There was no such unit or person. He even invented a uniform for him. But in this guy's he became a salesman a salesman of patriotism of his fake backstory which was kind of a pastiche of his own experiences and some others made up a lot of embellishment and mostly he became a salesman of library. Bonds for the allies. Claude Stockton was well paid for speaking engagements and he was put up in Nice hotels but soon people started to notice that in social settings Claude when he spoke casually seemed to have alliances toward the Germans rather than the allies at the same time the investigation into the insurance claims that Alice Duquesne had filed had given the Insurance Company and the police enough information that they realized to Kane really was and that he was a wanted man not just for his insurance crimes before his crimes against Britain to Kane was arrested in late nineteen seventeen. He was returning to his apartment from Claude Stockton tour. His belongings had already been searched and had turned up. Just a wealth of evidence. Yeah there was so much damning paperwork including communications about Germany and doing what was best for Germany and also things around these These various insurance issues. It was a pretty Exciting find for the authorities but after his arrest Duquesne was then held and charged for two different reasons one. The charges the British government particularly the murder of those three men in the bombing attack on the steamer Tennyson murder. Itsy automatically carried a death sentence if you were found guilty in the. Us was launching a federal inquiry into the matter to make sure that this was the right person and everything lined up into the New York district. Attorney was examining the allegations that he had committed insurance. We will try to untangle Duquesne's legal situation after we take a quick break for word from sponsors thinking about adding popular music to your platform or APP to power new music features and filters concerned that it's too hard and expensive to license and integrate music meet Song Clip the first ever. Social Music. 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Commissioner after a hearing directs the defendant beheld on the charges and be extradited this office on receipt of official notice from the proper department will waive all objections to the proposed tradition in exchange for this the British government agreed to send to Kane back to the US to face charges in the event. He wasn't convicted in Britain or if his sentence was less than life imprisonment as these investigations went on. It was eventually determined by the. Us government that nothing they could find on Duquesne's illegal activities in the US would be anywhere near as serious as the charges that Great Britain had made so the decision was made that he would be moved out of US custody and given to British authorities to face trial for the explosion of the steamship Tennyson. After Duquesne learned that he was to be turned over to the British government. He developed a medical condition. He was suddenly paralyzed. This was a hundred percent. Fake but initially. He was moved from his prison cell to Bellevue Hospital for observation and treatment and he was committed enough to this whole rees that he convinced medical staff that he had indeed fallen into a state of paralysis anytime he needed to be moved from his bed. He depended on the orderlies and the nurses to have for him then on May Twenty six nineteen nineteen. Fritz Duquesne escaped from Bellevue Hospital. The bars of his window in the hospitals prison ward had been sawed through any saws used for that job had to have come from an outside source because Fritz had been searched thoroughly when he was transferred from his prison cell to his hospital bed even the coverage in the New York. Times sounds like the reporter he wrote..

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"duquesne" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"duquesne" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fordham will play on Wednesday night the winner that plays Duquesne on Thursday night and then you've got the winner that one on Friday night how do you divide up the the scouting with the assistant coaching staff was assistant coach has had each of those teams throughout the year so we already have their information they'll they'll be ready to roll you know what I or we have video footage of the probably updated you know probably of of doing that right now so tomorrow willow will start to address the theme you know and then throughout the week also willow our time with though where we think will well maybe it was the most difficult thing when you see a team early in the year and then in conference play this team again later on either the second or third time around when you get to the tournament do you see much different is what they are what they are now you've got a you've got anticipate having some some tweaks you know some minor tweaks I would definitely would say they are they are but they're they're great coaches and that you know you can mention you know each of them just don't have a particular style with defensively office of of philosophies in this particular case you've got you know three coaches were three unique styles you know where and you know Paulson I worked for him for even at two games so you know we'll spend some time quite a bit of time tomorrow going back to run over to watch the film talk about coaching and playing in the regular season versus coaching and playing in the tournament how does it change what wins tournament games we'll start with defense absolutely you have to be because again you have so many different teams and so many different styles of play you know teams that can score from the three depend on a threesome teams pounded inside we faced them all this year teams use ball screens and teens who don't use it all you know all motion offense your defense has to be prepared you know each and every night to get to get stops with different teams and and different points of emphasis then obviously you know you you want to play and efficient manner you know you need a ride to stay healthy and you know you're gonna have to look it works well you know Davis been awhile since you know we've played the GW and Duquesne your play for a very very recently that kinda fresh in our minds what does those other two teams a lot has changed on those teams since the beginning of the year that we play them so you really can't go on the scope though you had you know to a month ago or a month and a half ago you can go to get everything refreshed and I'm sure this is the coach is it doing that yeah no absolutely so you take those you know those initial notes obviously and then you look at the last for five or six games music and you know cram into a twenty four hour period of time and yeah you definitely you treat those notes and you know we'll go back over those things with the next couple days here to games eight thirty on Friday when.

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"duquesne" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"duquesne" Discussed on AP News

"Fifth ranked Dayton has wanted sixteenth in a row the fires dominating in the second half in route to an 80 to 70 win over Duquesne sophomore forward obi Toppin led the way with a game high 28 points top and becoming the fiftieth player in school history to hit the 1000.plateau all the credit goes to my teammates just because without them I wouldn't begin in India these points there says that the way they spread the floor and light we we we have a really go office that helps everybody score junior guard Jaylen Crutcher help that was 17 all after intermission down at the half for just the second time the flyers outscored the dukes 30 to 11 in the first 11 minutes of the second half date now 25 in 2 overall Fortino in A. 10 play Ron Friedman Dayton

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Toppin scores 28 as No. 5 Dayton cruises past Duquesne 80-70

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Toppin scores 28 as No. 5 Dayton cruises past Duquesne 80-70

"Fifth ranked Dayton has wanted sixteenth in a row the fires dominating in the second half in route to an eighty to seventy win over Duquesne sophomore forward obi Toppin led the way with a game high twenty eight points top and becoming the fiftieth player in school history to hit the one thousand point plateau all the credit goes to my teammates just because without them I wouldn't begin in India these points there says that the way they spread the floor and light we we we have a really go office that helps everybody score junior guard Jaylen Crutcher help that was seventeen all after intermission down at the half for just the second time the flyers outscored the dukes thirty to eleven in the first eleven minutes of the second half date now twenty five in two overall Fortino in A. ten play Ron Friedman Dayton

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"duquesne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"duquesne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Going to be a sloppy day but by the time everybody's coming to work on Monday it should all quiet down but it's it's Sunday does not look like a real pleasant day Paul cap so my husband is flying out Monday morning flying back to Connecticut sound like you you know that's where you live so he's got to get on a plane is gonna fly to Connecticut do you think Tracy thank he'll get out I don't think his problem is going to be potentially I'm gonna miss her so much I'm glad you enjoyed being with the cap and and I was a perfect and it was great your your personal forecaster anytime I don't think getting out of Chicago will be the problem but it will be perhaps in Connecticut we'll have to see how things are impacted their ask you this flying today yes Pittsburgh today you lane with my wife we're going to Pittsburgh we're gonna go out to dinner with my son Garrett and his wife Jennie so am I get out on time or we have delays the game tomorrow at Duquesne why do you want to do okay you've got to give a shout out to the last day to dance name Dave Dave Butler they bother yeah a good name that's funny so here's the thing all the schools a lot of the schools in Pittsburgh are closed today because this winter storm is hitting them today it's very I see there many areas of had significant accumulating all now.

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"duquesne" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on AP News

"Beach often had a pair of free throws with 15 seconds ago as 732 Dayton survived an upset bid from Duquesne 7369 top and scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as he as teammates held off a ducane team that cut date and second half lead from 19 to to the game is a game runs so everybody's going going to runs here and there and we just know we gotta keep our heads where senior group so we're very comfortable in situations like that will work but in adversity joining topic was Jaylen Crutcher who scored 18 to go over the 1000.mark in his career translators added 12 estate moved in 19 into an 8 no in the Atlantic 10 became was led by Michael Hughes is 19 points Marcus whether scored 17 Duquesne is now 15 and 55 and 3 in conference Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Obi Toppin's 22 points help No. 7 Dayton hold off Duquesne

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Obi Toppin's 22 points help No. 7 Dayton hold off Duquesne

"Beach often had a pair of free throws with fifteen seconds ago as seven three two Dayton survived an upset bid from Duquesne seventy three sixty nine top and scored twenty two points and grabbed ten rebounds as he as teammates held off a ducane team that cut date and second half lead from nineteen to to the game is a game runs so everybody's going going to runs here and there and we just know we gotta keep our heads where senior group so we're very comfortable in situations like that will work but in adversity joining topic was Jaylen Crutcher who scored eighteen to go over the one thousand point mark in his career translators added twelve estate moved in nineteen into an eight no in the Atlantic ten became was led by Michael Hughes is nineteen points Marcus whether scored seventeen Duquesne is now fifteen and five five and three in conference Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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"duquesne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With Duquesne family office CEO Stanley Druckenmiller he discusses his twenty twenty outlook and how he's positioning his portfolio this administration with Warner and now where the hell the next bomb is coming from just doesn't allow me to take some of the positions I've taken historically and Bruce Richards marathon asset management CEO discusses his global economic outlook all this and more coming up in the next hour of burger world headquarters sign Charlie a mixed finish on Wall Street another record for nasdaq a down day a retreat from records for both the Dow Jones industrial average and the S. and P. five hundred index stocks were seated just before the closing bell as investors digested a flurry of corporate news in Congress debated the impeachment of president trump has some P. five hundred index to expend much of the day higher snapping up five sessions streak of games tech shares stumbled toward the end of regular trading as apple slid from the day's highs apple down by two tenths of one percent again we did see nasdaq climbing to a record Julie in the manual is chief equity and derivative strategist of B. T. I. G. here we are a new all time highs it's been an excellent year for equities and the class seems as half empty is ever in terms of people's attitudes he's got a target of thirty four fifty for the S. and P. five hundred index next year and looking ahead to twenty twenty Troy guy eski is co chief investment officer at skybridge capital if you think of next year you think of the fact the economy is stabilizing one half to two percent maybe with upside surprise we will see earnings growth on like this year and again the U. S. fad who's still very much involved you could get another I tail not to the same degree as this year certainly you know ten fifteen percent return track please I think everyone be happy with FedEx shares plunged today after it lowered its profit forecast for the year and reported quarterly results below expectations Lee class got was the senior logistics analysts that Bloomberg intelligence yes some of the the culprits are the the blame game if you will have to do with the fact that they are kind of transitioning their network into a seven day network from a five day at work if you remember fed ex was started as a care free company then they grew a ground business background business was really focus on the B. to B. business with the growth of E. commerce they needed to kind of evolve into being more flexible for consumers and we saw shares of fed ex drop today by ten percent U. P. S. lowers wealth of a slumping by two percent after the bell we heard from micron technology gave a strong forecast for the current quarter adding to optimism that demand for memory chips is rebounding micron after ours up by about three percent stocks mix doesn't beat down a point little change the Dow down twenty seven down one tenth of one percent nasdaq and a record out by four tenths of one percent I'm Charlie palette that saloon bird business slash Stanley.

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"duquesne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Shown that have shown that the micro pepper long term studies have shown they've studied the studies. Have shown here what their findings are studied buddies, couple Donna and Steve hall righty. Then, you know those puppy dog is John makes that is not a mistake. They know what they're doing. I will tell you why. No. I've always thought of cats as manipulators. That is true. Two cats are mean manipulators strike news being smart enough to manipulate talks are very smart. What are you talking about? But they're the underlying thing of dog. I think which is what makes him so lovable is they're just sorta, they'll be bilby. Yeah. The light fully faking you out there very smart. They know how to get what they want from you, and here is proof, according to a study out of Duquesne university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. How do you say it? Duquesne can't believe different curricula, because they put it in parentheses. Oh, it's phonetically do questioning. That's what it looks like. Anyway, they found that those said that puppy look is the result of tens of thousands of years of evolution. They believe that when dogs were domesticated thirty three thousand years ago, some of them started figuring out that when they made that face it helped them get what they wanted from human. So this is what happened the muscles in their faces evolved to make it easier for them to make that facial expression to the point where it is now wide spread, like ancient dogs don't have those muscles wolves don't have those muscles. So researchers say that you don't see full differences in species that are that closely related which means that dogs evolved, those muscles for a reason looking them if that ain't smart. I don't know what is. That was that was jarring. You're welcome. All right. Now, I have useful information for people who have dogs that have thunder anxiety this. We're work with little kids, too. I have little self esteem. Well, let's see. Okay. So there was a study done and thunderstorms can really be debilitating like dogs. There are dogs. There have been cases where dogs have run through glass window, what you tough stuff to write. It was so bad. There would be my walls would be covered in blood when I'd come home. There was a time where he locked himself in the bathroom. Tur- spilled the soap in the think turned on the hot water. Oh, no ratched paint scratched brand new would blinds. Oh my God. Injured himself. It was really I couldn't put them in a kennel because he would break out. Wow. I mean, they injure themselves trying to get outside. I have a vet who told me that imagine you're terrified of spiders, and then someone locked you in a room with spiders falling over your Lord and that is what it is like these animals. Oh, no. It can be very dangerous. So another dog jumped through said the flying glass door. Another dog has gone through drywall like scratched it down to the drywall and broken through the wall Kool aid, man. Yes. I'm cool. Eight. That one. I quit smoking anyway. What the cause of this is dropping barometric pressure in some cases, the dogs can sense that then comes darkening skies and wind and telling you this because we're in that season. The noise of thunder, then causes fearful, reactions, some dogs have this canine, noise aversion, which can make them uncomfortable. Or phobic about loud sounds so another. Sometimes they feel static buildup, which is why they say you should take a, a static dryer sheet and rub your dog down with it, because when they when they feel that static, especially longer hair, dogs or dogs that have to code. Causes anxiety. But when they have that static, sometimes if they touch their nose accidentally to something metal now that exasperates oh, jeez. This, this fear. So anyway, what you can do is, especially like border collies, and Australian shepherds Ryan. I know you have one of those Australian cattle dog blue heeler catalyst drilling cattle dog. Yes. So they are they tend to get this noise phobia. Right. Great doesn't want rattle round pots and pans, if I'm in the kitchen, you know, making something. You'll get the hell out of there. Yeah. There is an eighty pound German shepherd according to the study that jumps into the bathroom sink. Oh. Because they're trying to get away from electric shock potential. That's why they go to the bathtubs jacuzzis, they go behind the toilet. So by your jogging anti-static jacket to keep the dog con- you can rub him down. Like I said, you can get one of those snug fitting on thunder shirts, which help them, they also make plug ins for that have like a canine, fair moans that keep the dog com. So, and if you need to see your vet about prescribing medication because that can go a long way to improve your dogs quality of life. There you go. You're welcome. No need to thank me do it as a public service. We are indebted to you. Years of service on twin cities, real welcome coming up after the break, we are here live at the Chan has dinner theaters at the fireside theater, where something historic took place just forty days before, prince.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Back home where we're gonna send you there. Anyway. Took the Twitter to do that overnight. We will talk about that coming up at five forty, but does your dog ever give you those sad puppy is that just making wanna take him for a long walk feta mistake, or then or maybe pet him until your arm. Goes now literally hourly. Yes. Not an accident. Science new study out of Duquesne university in Pittsburgh found that, that said puppy look is a result of tens of thousands of years of evolution. This is how it started. They believed that when dogs were domesticated about thirty three thousand years ago, some of them started figuring out when they made that face it helped helped to get them what they wanted from humans. So the muscles in their face evolve to make it easier for them to make that facial expression to now to the point where it's widespread. So parallelly the way I read this is that dog started figuring out if they make those puppy dog faces are, you know, is it can get what they want? So they started spreading the word to the other dogs, and then it got out the all started using it Golo blows viral that was viral viral. Yes. Ancient dogs didn't have those muscles and wolves didn't either. But the evolution of them one dog figuring it out isn't that. I totally believe it. And I know they know what they're doing. Yeah. The researchers say, quote, you don't typically see much muscle differences in species that are closely related which means that the dogs evolved, those muscles for a reason and that reason is to manipulate you get what they want. They get it it. I mean they do it so well, now if humans could figure that out we'd all be in trouble. I could try it on the bus when I asked for. But if you do it, right. You'll mail it's not gonna work like that. You got to do it by emails. Okay. If you ask them, personally Megan, he's going to tell you know, we'll tell you that right now and copy all of us that way he's under pressure. Always not listening right now. This whole scheme could work if you pull it off, right? Surely, surely and just you just, you know, Megan in your Email, not telling you what to do, but I would say that, you know, have some portent things I need to make arrangements for so I kind of need to know. Okay. And I'm not sure what everybody else's plans are. But I'm certain plans are being made. You know that kind of thing has important plans. That's how I'm. Yeah you go with you go with you. All right. Coming up at five forty Donald Trump says if you're here illegally get out get about a week to do it. But here's your FOX business news..

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"duquesne" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"Don't Cain Duquesne eighty five to one and a bunch of other teams that are super shot. See what you did there? Fordham five hundred to one. Oh, there it is there. It is the Bronx. All right. I'm gonna keep it simple. Kick things off. Gimme VCE hill minus forty best team here. I I don't mean who really who really slows them down in this thing. I don't think I think this is one of the conferences that's gonna flip over everything. I I feel pretty good that you see will not win this thing. Wow. Okay. What a bunch of games in a row and part of what makes them really good as David great home court environment. This far away from that VCU number one in defensive efficiency number three and offense. Efficiency who you go with Colby? We'll look at me wrong. They also have the outright bid. So they don't need the same thing with exactly. So I actually, you know, I think my play would be the Dayton flyers. However, oh, I will say that Duquesne at eighty five to one is fucking valuable. I know Duquesne past two weeks of the season really kind of lost their shit. They were much higher ranked. But they have a good amount of talent that roster. You like do you like decanes your longshot Eytan as you're more lock? If you will. Yeah. I mean, Bonnie's Bonnie's are hot. I know. Some you guys might like that. If you follow the ten somebody guys might like the bodies. Same thing. Yeah. Go go Kramer. Well, yeah. I was gonna say VCU's in it's unclear that means they're going to really really bus. They're asked to to win this ornament. I definitely Dayton. I was dreading you saying Dayton here. Because I I do think they're the team that could poke their head up. They certainly need the game. They're they're they're solid. They definitely can score the basketball and they can play enough defense. It's it's really gonna come down to VC wants to play hard and play defense. Right. Like, that's how they win games. And that's all about effort. So I just think that there's not I mean, I think is better than everybody. But I don't think it's that much that maybe be dating by one point last time. They will they miss can they miss out if they lose they got an outright. But I'm saying is that the other teams are pretty good. And once you take them away from Richmond. I think they're beatable who else is getting in here if VCU wins no-one, see, that's what you have to worry about these these crooked. Conference. Cernan refs, I'm serious. If you heard Atlantic ten ref or you're you're the Atlantic ten you don't wanna get a second team in. And if it's a championship game between VCU and Dayton. Don't they go? I don't know. You might you might be right. Yeah. Or maybe they just go..

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"duquesne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We know Lankford out for the year. But Michigan state on three game losing streak. I mean, they're going to be focused in Minnesota wants to be focused in too because they want an at large spy up. So they're they don't care about points presume, they're going in Richard Patino. He wants to win that game. Yeah. Theoretically, speaking thought Michigan state would be focused in for the Indiana game wasn't the case then after losing outright to Indiana. They gotta be focused for for this game on the road against ROY wasn't the case there as well. So I think it's a little pricey still. I mean that's being factored in that. This is a must win game for Michigan state. But laying that kind of number against a pretty good defense and Minnesota. Yeah. I actually go first NC state at Pittsburgh, two and a half three NC state. The favourite I'm not laying points with NC state on after watching what happened with them last week. And then they get beat by North Carolina looked they'd got better all around shooting than Pittsburgh. But capable has got the people in Pittsburgh believing in the future because he's done a nice turnaround. Look, they haven't won a lot of games. But they've played teams out there. Leaps and bounds over what happened. When stallings was there. I would only look at Pitt here. I agree. Pittsburgh's one of the most improved teams in the entire country. I know it's not gonna they've already passed their season win total from last year that I mean that was a true dumpster fire a year ago, and they've been cash Morton tickets more often than not. Yeah. I lean Panthers here, plus appoints. All right, then we've got to Kane at Fordham, Fordham comes off a big route at home or I'm sorry on the was on the road. Somebody was out for UMass. I think they took care business for tomorrow. Just pummeled UMass Duquesne, minus two on the road. Duquesne be careful because done Morton. Thirty-six percent behind the arc questionable with an ankle injury. He's a decent player that gets about twenty minutes. So I always want to check all that stuff especially on the road because.

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"duquesne" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Patrick Kane at center ice on the right wing gave the puck over the cock line Duquesne at the right point. He tried to jam it down the boards. He was well defended their by Pederson. Best got the puck carried into the hawk zone. Dropping the puck at the right point statute took a dare lifts it down the boards. Got up behind the net. Brought all the hawks break. There has Patterson fan on the shot here. Stecher from the blue line. Now left point since it down the left wing corner. Rolls into the left circle with the puck then out through the high slot. Drops it off to the left point a long shot. Hit Kuku in front of the net. We swatted the puck away along the right boards to tapes to Joe at center ice to Patrick Kane. Over the hawk line down the left wing flip it behind the net around forever. Are nearly caught it near the right? White brigger. Got it back to Kane along the right boards saucer pass to the stick to Saad left circle. Turned and fired in front of ends up on the far side. Seabrook fires from the right wing board over the net Gruber in the left wing corner. Battling there with Patterson. Chip the puck down behind the net. Brendan Pearl strips it away got it. Back of a slot drop past a Keith Keith moves over the puck to the right circle. Lap point. Seabrook closing buyers that the flex up off the glass rides around the left wing boards. Antoine roussell. He runs into Pearl Pearleen at the blue I goes down. But clears the puck purlee got it back. He'll stroke it down the left boards in behind the net into the far corner goals poorly stripped away by debrincat debrincat behind the net tried.

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"duquesne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I was just looking down on my paper. And I was like I feel like so to me Felix. Why is his daughter cute? Oh my goodness. His daughter to to work the other day. Wow. Running the Notre Dame Duquesne while daughter. No. That was my. Yeah. My congratulations. All right. Concludes a commercial the not we're still free spirit square competition. Is that over maller for the day? That is over for today. Two days left, Sylvia. Two days left. We have twelve more squares remaining in the four o'clock hour tomorrow in the four o'clock hour on Friday. Get ready to win when you hear spare a square be caller fifty three three one two three three two three seven seven six. Everyone staying warm today. We gave shout outs to everyone. If you want to tweet us to give more shout outs to all the people who had to work outside today. All the people whether you picking up people's trash or your Comcast worker, you work for comment while the postal service is off today. UPS was working hard today. So our transportation someone called earlier they were running a CTE, boss. Yeah. You see? They light the tracks on fire for the metro someone a lot of times they don't freeze as I mean, sometimes the tracks switch, you know, go from one lane to the next at different areas. So that they don't the switches don't get frozen. How do they fire? My guess is as they put some sort of accelerate on the rails. And they take match, and they lied it or they they use some sort of flame. Yeah. All the people working metro those conductors get on and off the train all the time. We salute all of their important to in times. Like this. When your car may not start gotta get to work some way somehow. So our shout out to everyone who had to work even a little bit outside today. How's your swampy.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Has been trying to get anyone to listen to his theory for the past two decades and finally oxygen? Started a six part miniseries. They each each episode. The first one was this past Saturday. And each episode we'll focus on one hour of one case that was ruled accidental drowning that these detectives thinks is actually a murder in the first case was like this twenty three year old guy from Duquesne graduate from Duquesne university. And he was like a world class swimmer. And he just drowned, and they're like how does this guy who is such a good fucking summer? Just drown. And and and he's hot and good at school, and he's so athletic, apparently like I also was missing for forty days, and he showed up in the river. And they were like, well if he was. On the river for forty days has body would look like disgusting 'cause you'd be deteriorating from water damage, and he had strangulation marks. And he looked like he'd only been the water for like a day. This is another case happened from a decaying university kid like in the same city a couple of years before there's just a lot of bad patterns going on that they're trying to expose. I mean, I other than like hang on. Let me let me Joe before. Yeah. Please. Please kids have like rookies in their system. So it's like besides the Texas. What are all these local PD's thinking like in these college towns, they like God, we have a lot of only males only attractive males drowning and they keep roofing themselves before they fucking jump in the water and try to swim. They could be males that just like a challenge because it's harder to swim after you've had a roof. And these guys seem like it's like. Swim drunk and on and on. Yeah. I'm gonna swim my way out of this when they said, but it didn't work out because it's the number one cause of death after meningitis for college age students males between eighteen and twenty is drunk drowning. Yeah, I'm pretty sure these guys, Jeff Buckley. Also, I'm gonna throw my theory in there that Jeff Buckley was the first victim of the smiley face gang yet. Look it up died in nineteen Ninety-four drowning and basically the same fashion smiley face gang. Definitely killed Jeff Buckley, which is a real pain in the ass because how the budget Buckley's fantastic. So anyways. Yeah. I don't know. It seems like this theory holds water little pun there hat, but they've been getting roofing, that's the thing. So these these killers are coming in roofing, the dudes and then be like, hey, do you want to go on a night swim with me man, you once you get I've been rookie before at a bar, and once you get roof feed like you, don't you don't really communicate well with others like, you're right. You're just you're just like people are just like holy shit. What's wrong with you? You You know, know, the. the, but did you just chew the rupee? Will was I had another beer arc was there. Thank God to put me in a cab. And I woke up the next day. And was like what the fuck out almost got smiley face can guide given me a jello shot like gave me a shot like right before. So this guy was preventing will from trying because he was afraid will was going to like make progress with a girl he was trying to he was He saying. was but so these finally on that where you just went harder at him at his girl while he was locked up, man. Get taken out after rookies. Fuck you up. I I had to cab like these. If this is true, they're saying that they're communicating the dark web, and they're so sophisticated that that's the whole thing is like, you don't know what they look like. And once they slip you a roof, you're done. It's over game over the either get home, and they'll get you another day if they want to or or not, but it's hard to escape a group of clan to Stein, serial killers that are. Yeah. Stalking years. Sober seeing you right and trying to kill you some trying to party. Yeah. That's fun fun story. Let's take it too. By the way, the FBI is not buying it. And a lot of other people are not buying it. It's mainly just these two..

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"duquesne" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"That's pretty good. But you're whistle is really weak. You told me not to be so loud. Now. No, okay. Well, I whistled next is the best Wessler, you know, actually Snoopy from a you're a good, man. Charlie brown. He was a pretty good at Duquesne. Whistle. Whistle. Yeah. What else you got? You need linemen that whistling. I can do it like like at a sporting event, really? Musically. Make that happen. Can't. Russian town petition. It is seven minutes until top of the hour. It is the kickoff hour Wednesday edition. We got Scott. He's on the phone. Baxter. He's on the phone at eight six six. You gotta really open now. As we as we roll. Oh back. Thank you all for being with us. We'll make good span today. I don't know a Mike on Friday. Just on how we feel but it has not spoken yet this week. So it could.

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"duquesne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Skull-and-crossbones with Jim Bohannon on the offbeat. Resigned. Eric j Dolan is author of black flags blue waters the epoch history of America's most notorious pirate from liver ride publishing. Although we've had pirates was long as we've had boats. The book black flags blue waters focuses on the golden age of piracy from the late sixteen hundreds through about seventeen twenty six golden age is kind of a misnomer. It wasn't golden for the people who are being plundered are right. You are made. And when you hear pirates talk of the spoils of their plunder, they usually referred to a Spanish, silver dollar. It was an eight reality coin. And that's why I called pieces of eight and you may be familiar with something else. Which today we call a quarter of the American dollar silver dollar is based on the Spanish, silver dollar and since the Spanish silver dollar had eight parts or eight ri-als to eight was a quarter. So hence the term to bits. I mean a quarter in America. I'm sure the term bitcoin fits in here somewhere. If y pirates is term pirates of basically people who plunder ships of all nations and steal from them. What they can. And just like robbing a Bank on land in the late sixteen hundred zero early seventeen hundreds being pirate at sea was breaking the law as for another term buccaneer. The word Buchan near comes from these French Dutch and English sort of vagrants who are living in the Caribbean on Hispaniola, which is modern day Haiti and the Dominican Republican they were there hunting hogs and cattle and they used to cure the meat by hanging it on a wooden frame called a boo can over a smoldering fire. So they were called Duquesne ears and the America the English called them Buchan ears, and here, I always thought buccaneer was a high price for corn more. Our next report tomorrow at this time, the offbeat, I'm Jim Bohannon celebrating his eighty sixth.

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Family separation policy debate continues in Washington, nationwide

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Family separation policy debate continues in Washington, nationwide

"The debate heats up over the trump administration's families separation policy the latest from bloomberg's michael barr good morning good morning bob democrats continued to reject president trump's policy of separating immigrant children from parents who are legally cross the mexican border several democrats paid a surprise visit to aggression and customs enforcement centers including one in mcallen texas and added detention facility in elizabeth new jersey do york congressman jerrold nadler said the white house policy is unamerican must not be must not be who we are as a nation meanwhile president trump's former chief strategist steve bannon said he supports the white house zero tolerance policy banning on abc's this week also said the president's critics are just trying to vilify him stop the games the city okay this is all games this game the demonize him bannon says the president does not have to justify the borders separations first lady melania trump in a rare foray into policy matters said yesterday though that a spokesman said that the us must be a country that governs with heart in japan three people are dead and scores are injured after a strong earthquake hit osaka this morning german chancellor angela merkel is facing a serious crisis to her leadership as her sister party the christian social union is threatening to undermine her immigration policy in europe bloomberg's birgit jennen has more from berlin wants to send back asylumseekers to the country where they came from before they enter the country this would put an extra burden on countries like italy where asylumseekers usually arrive mcelwain meet today with italian president trump zappa conti to forge a compromise in berlin birgit jennen bloomberg daybreak columbia elected marketfriendly lawyer yvonne do carrying elections yesterday bloomberg's matthew bristow has more from bogota duquesne he wants to cut taxes on corporations guitar makers stuggle pitcher who wants it wealthy colombians to pay more tax when he takes office in august took it will face a migration crisis from venezuela and fiscal deficit is putting the country's credit rating risk place has the strongest performing emerging market currency this year as investors prostrated get victory in matthew bristow bloomberg daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on aaron i'd take back on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thank you very much that brings us to six thirty five on wall street time for your bloomberg nbc sports update.

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Brazil president hopes measures will end crippling strike

Midday on WNYC

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Brazil president hopes measures will end crippling strike

"I i'll top stories raniall nunez with the bbc news the brazilian president has reduced the price of diesel by the equivalent of just under fourteen cents per liter a concession aimed at resolving at truckers strike that has been crippling the country for almost a week catalina has more the truck drivers main complaint has been the price of diesel which has risen sharply in the past two years last week they invoked on a campaign of strikes and roadblocks which broke brazil to a standstill long queues formed at petrol stations apple were running out of fuel and supermarket shelves were empty a deal was reached with some of the unions on thursday but many truckers rejected it and roadblocks continued to operate in at least eight states the two main candidates in colombia's presidential election have gone through to the second round no candidate could claim an outright victory by securing more than fifty percent of the vote vote for the second round will be held in june katie watson reports right wing yvonne duquesne is a man who represents traditional politics he's publicly criticized the peacedale agreed with the former faulk rebels as being too lenient striking a chord with many more conservative voters but in the second round he'll go head to head with the man on the other end of the political spectrum who's davos petro is a former member of the nineteen rebel group who's made inequality and corruption priorities in this campaign for mexican authorities say they've arrested the wife of numancia sagarra the head of one of the country's most powerful drug cartels rosa linda gonzalez was arrested on charges of laundering funds for the homeless go new generation cartel one of the most violent in mexico the hillis school has been challenging other gangs across mexico for the control of drug trafficking routes to the us the gang war has led to some of.

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