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The Clintons Russia Entanglement

The Larry Elder Show

01:11 min | 4 months ago

The Clintons Russia Entanglement

"Thanks, Blair. My guest is the president of judicial watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption. He's the president, his name is Tom Fenton, the article he had written called the Clinton's Russia Ukraine grift. Tom, let's go over some of the specifics. You just now mentioned the $500,000 check for one speech from the Russian investment firm, renaissance capital. What did renaissance capital get for their $500,000 check for one speech? Well, some would argue they helped further secure the approval of the Obama administration's. The approval of the Obama administration for Russia related investments and uranium one. Other uranium one entities connected entities, according to The New York Times, gave a $145 million to the Clinton cash machine and I tell you, that's where the money needs to be followed in terms of Russia connections to try to influence public policy here in the United States. And the fact that the Justice Department hasn't done much with it at all to me is a scandal beyond words.

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As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst

"As as cove cove it it fuels fuels the the drug drug crisis crisis in in America America native native Americans Americans are are being being hit hit the the worst worst the the white white earth earth nation nation tribe tribe in in Minnesota Minnesota worked worked hard hard to to save save its its people people from from addiction addiction and and in in many many years years lost lost no no one one to to overdoses overdoses on on the the reservation reservation but but then then the the pandemic pandemic arrived arrived improved improved too too painful painful for for some some like like Rachel Rachel Taylor Taylor son son who who became became addicted addicted after after being being prescribed prescribed pain pain killers killers as as a a teen teen haven haven this this Hellebuyck Hellebuyck and and it it felt felt like like this this pandemic pandemic wasn't wasn't nothing nothing compared compared to to the the pandemic pandemic of of all all that that you you know know the the Dr Dr Linda Linda Fenton Fenton all all want want opioids opioids that that have have taken taken over over a a record record high high one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Americans Americans were were lost lost in in the the year year to to drug drug overdoses overdoses as as the the pandemic pandemic sent sent addiction addiction up up by by nearly nearly thirty thirty percent percent with with native native Americans Americans twelve twelve times times more more likely likely than than others others to to die die from from meth meth amphetamine amphetamine I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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"fenton" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

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"fenton" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"After apologize in advance. If my voice sounds just a little bit raspy. I am feeling a little bit under the weather. It's not too bad though. Don't want exaggerate it. But i'm playing just a little bit hurt today I wanted to tell you guys about an interview that i had with chris. Fenton responsiveness spent more than twenty years. Working in hollywood. He's produced or supervise twenty one films which have gross two billion dollars in worldwide box office sales. He's packaged sixty three other films. Any as written what. I consider to be one of the most important books of the year if not an even longer timeframe it's titled feeding the dragon inside the trillion dollar dilemma facing hollywood the nba an american business. So chris has spent twenty years basically working in hollywood but also working in china and working with china and bringing hollywood products hollywood films to china and in that time he felt that exporting american products specifically american culture products film products to hollywood was going to help to open that society up in what he's found recently is kinda had an aha moment in which he realizes that instead of us opening up their society chinese influence specifically the influence of the chinese communist party is slowly creeping over this way and making us a more censored society and we spoke a little bit about that. I want you guys to hop on over to the site and check out the rest of the the interview. I'm gonna play. You guys an excerpt here. As i usually do and i want you guys to check out the rest of the interview and i want you to check out this book because it lays out a lot of the issues that we have been discussing vis-a-vis the chinese communist party and they're exporting their communism to other parts of the world instead of allowing democracy and openness to infiltrate their society abba. Listen to chris and we'll talk on the other side of the clip..

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"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"I'm going to do a little bit differently. We kinda shifted to more of the shameless shameless plug. Sort of thing have you so when we talk about the book obviously and Then we'll kind of last question rapid out. So how's the response into your first house that that sounds like exciting. I want to be a writer house a salad. I never planned to write a book. I just i you know. I'm a newspaper guy. I read newspapers. I i like writing long form. But i just hadn't really ever been something that really occurred to me. The opportunity was presented And it took a while to get the book deal a lot of rewriting the proposal but That i was going to blow it. I really thought that i had a great. I had a great book to write. But i wasn't sure if anyone was going to give me the chance landed with random house which is obviously amazing. I mean for for having syria wasn't gonna work out being at random house wonderful and they've been very supportive of freedom in how i wrote it. ends the other reactions. Been better than i could have hoped for for a metro newspaper reporter to have his book reviewed in the wall street journal. And the new york times. And you know you know for david. Simon and george pellicano sin- burns be making a show out of it. I could not hope for more. But i've been really also heartened by i. I really wanted to pack in a lot of information. I talked about. This is sort of a culmination of more than a decade of covering this stuff. I wanted to be on people to. I wanted to include as much as i could. And i want to include a lot of perspectives. I want people to get a full view of things. And so i thought i'd turned into book was dense. I thought it was to be hard to reapply was going to be hard saulo. I showed an early draft my wife and she likes to put it down and get through it. And i early draft should say but like everyone's calling it a page turner. I've got telling me. I have read a book since twelfth grade and i i read it in two nights..

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"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"We try to get people to subscribe to the paper and i think you're seeing a lot of sites do it hard walls with their subscriptions and saying you know if you if you want to read this stuff if you like this stuff really need you subscribe you. It's important for long term viability. But i think that re braces the stage for us to make sure what we're providing quality content and stuff that is worth paying four so You know Like you said there's stuff going on all the time we have a breaking news team tries to respond to that and then like there's reporters like me or juggling like okay. I wanna be. I wanna be the person who's covering this today but man. There's a bunch of stuff that i'm interested in two and it's constantly juggling totally so in terms of getting getting something out there if there's a story that like you've been working on you're like man. Is this done is not done. How's that process in. How do you know when something's ready to be published with. Those kinds of everything is going a wanted to get out there as soon as possible as always like being up against a deadline. Yeah i mean you know you just have to size up each thing is. It's something that is this something that we absolutely have to. Have you know for example. Like a covered. The arguments in front of the federal appeals court. This week about the surveillance plane and it's like well that just happened this morning that needs to go up this morning or this afternoon. Like it's gotta go up this other. Things realize i was the only person there act went down to virginia to cover this hearing involving a baltimore guy who was a victim of the country's task force and i was the only one there. There wasn't even virginia media. I call my editors. I really wanna sit with this. I really want to think about this on do it right and and i. I voted that night but went up the next morning. So i mean it's it's it's it's a judgment call on our parts. The editors do give reporters a lot of leeway on that. I mean i think that You picture a news. You're maybe from the outside in. Think that there's these like bosses who are like you know the puppeteers were directing all the coverage and they're telling us what to do and you know it's like no actually like like the beat reporters sort of trusted to go out there and tell go out in the field and come back with things and say. This is what i think of this. And then the editors weigh in. And say i don't know maybe try it this way or But i'm sorry. I'm getting a call here that i lose you you still there. Okay i but Yeah it's very reported driven. I guess the answer to that question. Like when i think of the newsroom or anything along those lines with an editor i think like an acid in cigarette smoke..

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"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"You with with with more story tips and more insight more you know to help improve your coverage so that was one of the things i you know. Got on twitter in two thousand nine and just was. It was such a great extension of my work where i could like. Tell people everything. I was up to and i could not just write a story at the end of the day or that you'd see in the next day's paper like minute by minute. Post like what. I'm thinking where. I am like things that didn't work out like you don't understand that about f- i think that goes into some of this stuff. This prohibitive that stops you from doing other stories sometimes or or the takes up your day. Sometimes like what is he doing over. There didn't write about x. it's like because. I was working all day on wii or sometimes like multiple stories a day so i always wanted to be like the man. I guess you could say the the go-to person on on my beat and so but then like as as you do it longer you start trying to switch it up you know like i want to write like a long form story. That might take a long time. And i gotta work on the side or like a series. Or i'm thinking even doing like a podcast sometime. We're going to start right now. There's like really crazy and complicated in my thought process about going about it. I think it's going to be more interesting. Maybe at the end of the day than the actual story come up with conclusions. I reached. But i've never done a podcast for but Anyway yeah. I i just i wanna like have a diverse range of things areas. Uncovering going back to what i said before about how i always different ways to cover the speed like in our work should reflect that tom so that was exactly what you're looking for but no no no definitely like the main thing i gotta do is just dog..

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"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Then you started to see questions being raised about police work when they get cross examined after the explain themselves and stuff gets thrown out and you know in my early days of covering the police department. They used to just complain about the courts the judges the prosecutors and the judges say that blee arrest people in the courts. Let him out. And and when you get a chance to cover it at the court level you see why getting thrown out. It's bad police. Work oftentimes And that doesn't circle back like no one's explained to them sometimes what they should have done instead. So i mean you know we also try to do good stories. But i i often say that sorta not my department other people who are supposed to be doing this type of neighborhood stories and features in stories about restaurants in arts i unfortunately The bad news But you know when there's when there's good stories on the crime beat we wanna tell them to so you touch almost kip ahead a little bit you touched on covering the quote unquote bad things. What do you do to kind of balance that out like. Are you watching a lot of disney channel. You got to balance that out honestly. I'm surprised i haven't been burned out yet on the beep I tell i tell people this and this this is the honest truth. It sounds hokey. But like i'm driven each day because i know the stories need to be told when i wake up and i see something in my email. Inbox something on twitter. That's just i'm like. Oh my gosh. We have to tell that story like we have to do the best job we can't and that keeps me driven to keep doing it for a pallet cleanser watched i watch baseball or watch football and i got back into the nba. During the corns. I hadn't watched the nba in twenty years. Used to be a huge fan growing up. And i stopped watching it. I don't know why maybe just have a team here in baltimore. But i got back into it so those are some of the things in the and i. I definitely like i've been going on some walks and things like that. But those are my palate cleansers. Like i i. I do podcast side of this and we're covering weird news and pop culture. We're kinda weird crime and my buddy just looks at me some. Where are you finding these stories. I was like they're all real covid stopping these things from happening and he's like a lot of murder today. It was like well you know and my head to switch it up a little bit and it's like don't worry i wanna watch like supernatural or something that's really just a pure cleanser for me. So what what. What was that. Was that reason that kind of aha moment for you. Decided to pursue journalism as a career path. Yeah in so growing up. My family got to newspapers. I grew up in the suburbs and We got two newspapers or morning paper. Aiding paper and i delivered the newspaper all the friends. All my friends and my neighborhood delivered evening paper the rack on the bike. But i didn't. I really wasn't thinking that i was i wanted to do was just something i was around and honestly in high school trying to put together like college applications like i didn't have any activities i wasn't in the s. I wasn't on the chess team. I didn't. i wasn't playing high school sports. And i was like i gotta do something i gotta i gotta get his resume looking better..

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"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Death's head moth pin and i'm enjoying his hand poured candle cold overgrown cemetery. It's great and has the studio smelling awesome head on over to thirty five thirty four chestnut avenue in baltimore and then hand the neighborhood and see what they got to offer at bizarre tell them. Broadly sent you. Welcome to getting to the truth. In this art i am your host rob lee and today's guest since two thousand and five has been a reporter for the baltimore sun covering crime and police accountability for the last thirteen years. His book we own this city. A true story of crime cops. Corruption was released on february twenty third from random house. We have just invented walkabout and there are you. Thanks for having me. I am fantastic. And thanks for joining the pod. So big things are popping for you and i wanted to talk about your work a bit and get into some recent developments so thousand foot view you know. I like to just say the person. Does you get into really what you do. Which work it's about. yeah. I've been at the baltimore sun since two thousand five and i've been covering the crime and courts and police accountability since two thousand eight So you know. I that included covering the death of freddie gray and that's the uprising in the charges against the officers. In this case when countries taskforce corruption case came out and i decided to write a book about it and wrap it all up just sort of trace the in the policing strategies of the agency. Sort led us to this point and also tie in the death of Detective sean suitor soda. Book it's been a couple years in the making and It came out at twenty third. And i'm i'm excited about that and and then Just last week. It was announced that it's going to be turned into. Hbo mini series. That's going to be produced written by the same people. Who did the wire also like. You said a lot of things are popping. Its moment that's good stuff. An congratulations your first book. And all so glad to hear that big things are going on for you. Yeah thank you. So in this podcast. We liked to talk about like the just kind of giving a real point of view on baltimore. And i'm glad that you used the terminology earlier of uprising. Instead of other people call it outside riots and so on what is it like. What's it like covering crime in the city that has a reputation for being quote unquote dangerous oi quote unquote bad city. Yeah i mean. I think there's a lot of different layers our crime coverage that's why use the different terms like police accountability criminal justice. I mean really. There's so many different ways that we can cover it. We can convert on a policy level. We can cover on the neighborhood. Level we can cover crimes that occur. We can cover police misconduct courts. Yeah i try to cover all of these things in my you know. It's time at the sun. Because i wanted to get the difference us one of the things that frustrated me as the police reporter was that i would like go to a crime scene and everybody is standing around and saying we don't know who did it and why did it happen it sad but there's no like answers and so i actually asked at some point cover the courts because i want i wanna cover know win. The answers come out when people take the witness stand when the detectives have to show their work because they never talked to us kuala cases pending they find something core. And that's really all we get. So i mean and.

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Bobby Brown Sr. Wants Justice for His Late Son

The Breakfast Club

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Bobby Brown Sr. Wants Justice for His Late Son

"Brown and kim ward are looking for justice for their late son. Bobby brown junior. Bobby brown junior died from an accidental overdose of alcohol. Cocaine and fenton all now. According to a statement from the family he said my family continues to more my son's death street fenton. Aw has taken the life of so. Many people. Unnecessarily and bobby junior another victim. He also described the opioid crisis out of control. He said those supplying this lethal drug should be held responsible for the death and destruction that it causes now has his mom said he was not into drugs. Even though in the autopsy says he had a medical history of alcohol cigarettes and marijuana use. She said that he was easily influenced. And this is a situation where he associated himself with the wrong people. My son has gone and those who contributed to his senseless deaths. Should be held accountable.

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"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The chinese three hundred eighteen thousand students at all universities and they the chinese government has the parents of the students almost prisoners on I in in respect to the if students don't do the right thing by the chinese government like the pirates certain that could happen And how do you have fifteen thousand. Pihb's monitoring three hundred and eighty thousand students. And i love chinese people. I think there are wonderful people. But i think we need equal justice for both. What say you yeah. Well i mean. I think you have a very good outlook on and it's very practical like you. Don't want war with china and you're not taking it out on the chinese people keep in mind. The chinese people don't have a lot of freedom in the way they can think and there's one point three billion plus of them and there's ninety two million communist members so It's there's a lot of single message over their magic yet. Fox and cnn and msnbc and tucker. Carlson and rachel maddow's all on the same page every single day. That's what they hear right. So that's what they believe. And there's very few of them that are practically dissidents right so what we need to do is really be careful in the way that we tried to rectify this In not move into a cold war hot war situation. And i always look back and i talked about it in my book. I look back at a early eighteen hundreds with alexander hamilton. A lot of our founding fathers. We did sort of the same playbook that china's following right we we did a lot of protectionist policies. A lot of tariffs a lot of stealing. Ip and tech In order to build our industrial revolution off the backs of europe. But then one day. You're upset hey enough is enough. You have built your economy into one of the strongest in the world. We need to level it and make it fair. They didn't say hey. Let's go to war. They said no. That's exactly yeah. Wonderful things own son-in-law was was president. Mix chris. Nixon was his His grandfather and they all look trying to my daughter's gone to china. Chinese people in great people we want equal treatment for all and i think that's what what it comes down to well. We got about thirty seconds. What else wants to american people. You're excited serving will get. Yeah so. I'm feeding the dragon. Book dot com My book is feeding the dragon inside the trillion dollar dilemma facing hollywood the nba. In american business. I have feeding the dragon. Podcast where we cover a lot of this. We do not blow v eight. We are not think-tank. Phd's mandarin studies. We come at it in a very applied practical way I do that also at the dragon feeder which is on twitter. I mean this is something that affects all americans red and blue so we need to talk about it in a way that everybody can digest and understand that it does affect them and we need to follow the course of change and we need to pressure our leaders and our business leaders to do that to have more. Commonsensical god bless america. Thank you for all you do is thank you for telling the truth and god bless chinese the bug god bless america to thank you. Thank you thank you so much for having me on both humbled and honor. Actually this the cable be right there.

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"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"And armenians are tied behind our back because certain things we are are are people can't do in in our economy. Well it's a really good point. I discussed it a lot. I have a podcast called feeding the dragon. I have a twitter feed called at the dragon. Feeder and a lot of what i discussed is the complexity of what we created over the last forty years with this mission of globalism in particular opening up the china market to american products and services right. We've created A mess for us to fix and all that time. China was playing a game of chess. They were playing a long game. I mean if you even look at the way. They decided not to go into the gps system but to create their own satellite system. Back in ninety three or their own worldwide web in nineteen ninety-seven or their own microchip market by two thousand twenty five. A lot of this stuff is a game of chess. Play the long game on while we're too busy in two year four year election cycles and in quarterly results for our companies. So we're just essentially trying to open that market and create short term gains in that market every step of the way while they're actually leading us into directions where not only are we carrying their message. Globally around the world but we're also teaching them and allowing them to create jv's where they own joint ventures where they own fifty one percent where they're getting tech swaps. They're getting ip that they can steal and they're getting the ability to grow quickly into a dominant market off of our backs. And at this point we really need to say to ourselves. Hey we do not want a hot war. And i don't think we want a cold war either but we do need to decouple in certain respects in order to think about america. I rather than just thinking about the buck. So i do talk about this idea of patriotism before capitalism. Something that i think is very important in that. This country used to do for a long time but this super power and things talked about patriotism before we thought about capitalism now seen things like at and t. supposed supposedly lobbying congress. I on behalf of chinese. Yeah that's a. And and tucker. Carlson had that story the other day. It's you know. It's a telecom which is a threat to the country that we gotta be very careful of any time. China is uttered in an earnings report and move stocks anytime revenue growth is uttered in a earnings report and move stocks upward if down a company or does anything in punishment or retaliation. It causes stocks to go down. We need to stop thinking that way. Because they're playing the long game. We can't play the quarterly game. And you're a businessman. You build an incredible incredible amount of wealth off being very smart in the world of capitalism. But one of the great things about you to is. you're also patriot and we need to instill that in our c. Suites and we need to do it as a unified front and the only thing. I'm concerned about a dinner. The other night with one of the the fbi and then we have fifty thousand eight hundred and what happens..

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"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"But it's kind of how you feel about this down here's you won't be shameful wartime and now you're back and gives you plus you. Yeah well fortunately. I got to live in los angeles. Most of the time I just spent a lotta time on planes going back and forth. We had a very large infrastructure in beijing but I'm happy i never actually had to settle their full-time But one of the things that i really wanted to talk about and sort of this. Michael lewis very approachable memoir. That i wrote called feeding. The dragon was to walk people through the process of how you brand integrate china into these global movies to appease the chinese communist party and one of the movies that i walk the reader through is a movie called. Looper which started bruce willis joseph. Gordon levitt emily blinds. It was directed by brian. johnson who direct some of the star wars movies What we did was. We took a script that in the future. Forty years in the future was supposed to take place in france and bruce willis was supposed to marry a frenchwoman but instead we altered the forty years in the future setting to be shanghai and we created shanghai forty years in the future Under the under the supervision of the chinese communist party who sort of worked with us to dictate how they wanted their city to look how they wanted their city feel the pride that china had in being the center of the world forty years in the future and we created the skyline and in fact the skyline designs are still sitting there in shanghai municipal governments offices But we did that in a way to really promote china almost like you brand integrate. Any sort of Product into a Television show or into a movie and that was done to the point where we actually shot a lot on the ground we brought in a lot of below the line experts from us to help Explain and show process of how you make these movies. Hollywood style and all that led into exactly what the ccp wanted which was a promotional film global movie coming from hollywood that promoted the prowess and their direction and where china was going in the future and on top of it all the shooting done. It didn't china all the cast members we had in there all the backdrops them to learn the process of filmmaking so that now they're films are dominating their own market rather than hollywood movies now You know said that the a lot of shows previous shows is that the fact that i'll give you a for instance the paris environmental green. The american people have to abide by it tomorrow morning just tobacco and the chinese do not have come inc compliant with it to twenty thirty five so get The chinese outsmarted the americans and talk the smart people americans. they don't have to comply. They move forward with their economy..

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"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"fenton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Batchelor teach here sunday morning. No you know. There's so many bids going on in the world. You don't know what to cover i well. One of the things that was going on still going on is the chinese into an overall motion katrina. Was this this morning. is chris. Threaten to talk about it. Serves as the president of gmt entertainment motion picture groups a multi billion dollar global media company headquartered in beijing. Good morning chris. Tell us what's going on in the world and the motion picture industry john and absolute pleasure to have me on them. Big fan of the show in your guests are fantastic. So i'm very honored to be one of them. What's going on in the motion picture business. When it comes to china right now is a couple of things. one is We're very aware. Now of the amount of cross-border censorship that's occurring With china in regards the engagement hollywood has with that market wants to get their films in and by the way i'm a part of the problem or have been a part of the problem for twenty years and now i'm speaking up about it but to get access to that market one point four billion people which by the way one point three eight billion of those people are not chinese communist party members We want them in seats watching hollywood movies and in order to get that done we need to censor the content that we create in hollywood. Keep in mind we are supposed to be the bastion of free speech and freedom of creativity. But we need to censor the content for that market but even worse we need to censor the content for the rest of the world. So that's the number one issue that's facing us and the number two is thanks to unfortunately guys like me who are cogs in the wheel of opening that market. We were forced to teach chinese how to create their own film industry. So what we're seeing now is a market share that hollywood use to have back in two thousand ten of eighty percent of every dollar that was made in the theaters there. It's dropped down to sixteen percent last year and the year before covert. It was only thirty two percent. Does the communist party in other words do they push things in the direction. So when the american viewers look at these movies for instance. I noticed that a few years ago when the chinese astronauts on that space for a hit the name of the movie rescue the american astronauts and out in and out of stakes. What was the name of that movie. Do you remember well. There was gravity and there was also the matt damon movie to where he was stranded on mars. I'm talking about the gravity movie Certainly or if they were gonna die chinese singer and i remember that matt damon movie that the chinese rescued him Unwashed to they have a whole division. I guess to to show that the chinese people wanna help americans and moved the system that right you know i believe in treaties. I believe in that can help each other..

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Unmasking a Killer

We Saw the Devil

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Unmasking a Killer

"Let's just start with a recap so far. We have covered. How him hubs best friend. Betsy furrier ended up murdered with fifty five stab wounds. Only five days after making pam hop her life insurance beneficiary. That's free is husband. Russ was tried for her murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after spending almost four years in prison. He successfully appealed for a new trial and was acquitted of all charges. I discussed the corruption ineptitude and basically the overall nefarious -ness of the police and prosecution when it came to his case. I mean seriously guys if there is this case doesn't make your blood boil. I don't even know what to tell you. I don't know what well it is trifling because this case is so complex with multiple ongoing arcs. We are actually going to backtrack a little bit for part three back to rest free first trial. If you recall right before russ's first trial which began on november eighteenth. Twenty thirteen police. Investigators interviewed pam multiple times. Because obviously she was the last person to see. Betsy makes sense. Police were aware of the life insurance policy change and questioned her about it a couple times. She was always immediately defensive and she ended up bringing up her mother. Shirley newman using her almost as defense as to why she had no motive for money. So here's a clip of pam hop from a july of twenty thirteen pretrial interview with police to moscow. My mom got an accident in and home. I really hate to say it wanted mind. My were half a million that i get when she dies. My mom is dementia. Doesn't have the time now. I am ledge person. But if i really wanted money wasn't easier way than trying to combat somebody gets saying shirley newman pam seventy eight year. Old mother died just four months after this interview on october. Thirty first of two thousand thirteen evening. Just two and a half weeks before russ ferreira's first trial. She had fallen off the railing from her third floor. Apartment in an upscale gated assisted living facility. There had been no witnesses and police deemed it an accident. Let's break down what happened. Shirley's husband and pam's father died in the year. Two thousand when she became unable to care for herself pam and her three siblings work together to get surely into the lake view. Park independent senior living community in fenton missouri. Pam would frequently visit her during the day on october. Twenty ninth twenty. Thirteen surely had a doctor's appointment pam transported her to the appointment and then surely spent the night at her house. Spending time with pam's family the next day. Roughly five pm pam and shirley arrived back at lake park pam instructed the facility staff not to expect her mom for either dinner or breakfast. She then left the next day on halloween at two thirty pm a housekeeper through surely newman dead. Underneath her third-floor balcony there was damage to the railing and she had fallen to her death after two police investigations. The saint louis county medical examiner's office deemed shirley newman's death as an accident. Shirley had died from blunt trauma to the chest from the fall and the medical examiner also found point eight four micrograms of zoll padam generic ambien in her blood. That's more than eight times. What someone her age and size should be taking but still it was ruled an accident. Even though a structural engineer said that there was absolutely zero away zero way. A woman of shirley newman's weight and height could've damage the six individual pieces of railing. Pam hop was the last person to see shirley alive. Yes she was never interviewed her siblings however had been even though they weren't even local to the area or present and hadn't seen their mother in quite a while in his first trial russ was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Just a few weeks later. Shirley newman's death and pam's presence was never investigated and never considered moving on to january twenty fourteen as we talked about in part to the saint. Louis dispatch in k. t. v. I began a deep dive investigation into betsy for his death. Right after ross was initially convicted

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Stop Self-Criticizing, Start Meditating by Crystal Fenton

Optimal Living Daily

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Stop Self-Criticizing, Start Meditating by Crystal Fenton

"Stop self criticizing. Start meditating by crystal fanton with mind body. Wise dot com admitted. You've been there acting as your own worst critic by doubting yourself as a writer and yoga instructor. I can attest to the idea. That perfectionism is indeed the enemy of the pen and of the self. So what do you do when you just can't seem to quiet that negative inner voice. Recent research shows learning how to meditate. Can't help practitioners guided meditations such as the loving kindness. Meditation have been shown to increase self compassion while decreasing self-criticism according to the experts meditation including mantra meditation lessons the extremities of negative thoughts changes patterns of belief and facilities learning how to forgive yourself. Meditation helps us avoid going down the rabbit hole of self critical thoughts as the act of coming back to the attention on the breath halts the process of criticism in its path says rachel schenken of mind body. Wise science supports this as shinkin explains for my neuropsychologist and scientific perspective neurons in the brain that fire together wire together quote breaking the cycle of self criticism by using the breath as an anchor also breaks self critical neurotransmitters from continuing firing together. Thus short-circuiting the brain self criticism mechanism. That may have once been on. Autopilot men quote. Dena kaplan founder of meditation community. The path belise. Meditation is extraordinarily powerful for self critical thoughts in three ways. The first is when you sit the critical voice in your head becomes quieter your mind spins less quickly and enters a feeling of calm and spaciousness kaplan tells rewire me. Second is powerful to become proud of yourself that you're taking the time to go deeper into the self decrease confidence that quells. Your critical side knows caplin third. Meditation gives you the power to make changes quote. It gives you in to see what's not serving you in the tools to choose to change those aspects of your personality and his way it helps us develop into the best version of ourselves and quote quite the body. calm the mind meditation. The simple act of bringing focused awareness to breath while in stillness calms essential nervous system and physical body while relaxing. The mind we the only animals who can consciously control our breath and this ability allows us to have a level of self management over our bodies and minds that no other living being can do says schenken quote. Meditation allows us to be responsive instead of reactive and challenging situations as trains our entire system to equilibrate even when we are not in our practice of meditation and quote. Remember that meditation is not the act of clearing the mind or thinking nothing rather it is the practice of continually bringing the wandering. Mind back to the breath over and over and over again with as little judgment and as much compassion as possible. According to kaplan our brains before trained are scattered with thoughts each second of every day once. You start meditating. A number of those thoughts come out so when you go about your day your mind is more settled and actually feels more clear. She says quote you become more open to learning new things and listening to and focusing on other people when they speak and quote. Meditation and action starts simple by downloading an app shinkin recommends insight timer or head space offering both silent and guided meditations. Find quiet space where he can take a comfortable seat. Turn on the meditation or timer rest hands comfortably in your lap. Sit as tall and vertical in the spine as he can and close the is softened all the muscles in your face and belly breathe in and out through your nose follow either. The instructions of the guided or silent. Meditation counting your breasts up to five and then began. If you lose count start over again schenken also recommends using a mantra meditation practice quote since letting go goes one of the most challenging things we face as human beings. One of my favourite standby mantras is to mentally. Say the word. Let on my inhale and go on sale. This is repeated over and over when my mind wanders my bring it back and continue until the timer goes off and quote. Beginners should start with an amount of time. That is sustainable. Try meditating three to five minutes every day of the first week then slowly build the amount of time. each week

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Holiday giveaway in Plano, near Dallas, to include a new car, 2,000 meals, 1,000 toys and 100 sneakers

WBAP Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Holiday giveaway in Plano, near Dallas, to include a new car, 2,000 meals, 1,000 toys and 100 sneakers

"In need are invited to a massive holiday giveaway in Plano next week, a nonprofit everyone eats is giving away a new car, thousands of meals and toys, shoes, dental kits and face math. The organization's founder, Ron Meta, says he's always given away free food and his pizza restaurants. But his efforts kicked into overdrive when the covert 19 pandemic heads. People who had good jobs they lost. A A lot lot of of people people are are struggling struggling to to free free event event is is next next week. week. His His day day at at Fenton's Fenton's Dance Dance factory factory at at 9 9 10 10 West West Parker Parker Road Road from from 4, 4, p.m. p.m. to to 7 7 P.m. P.m.

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The Mont Vernon Murder

True Crime Garage

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The Mont Vernon Murder

"As, hard as they were to here at times, we have sat through the interviews of four of the five individuals being interviewed four the murder of Kimberly cates. And now we have Steven spader who is left. Chris griddle gave us a good amount of information and he showed us what kind of heartless individual he actually is it's time for Steven spader did he tell the same story as griddle and nutshell? No instead spader through his childhood friend right under the bus the affidavit sums it up best quote spader told the police in substance that he did not commit the charge crimes that he did not know who did it that whoever did it should get the death penalty? He also stated that on October four he was at the Pheasant Lane Mall Nashua with Christopher Grill while he pawned jewelry. Presumably the jewelry taken from the Kate's home spader then lawyered up and refuses to talk to the authorities. This is confusing. As we saw these boys took pains to make sure that they were not caught. They wore gloves they got rid of their clothes. They clean the blood evidence up with bleach and other cleaning agents. But then they told everyone they knew about the murders. Here's what the affidavit says. The boys blab about two people. During the day on. Sunday. Spader told Jamie Holland's remember he was at Kyle. Fenton's house all about the murder quote because he trusted him. As we know they also told Fen all about it and his mom was the one who actually called the police. griddle said that they threatened elden spikes on Sunday remember that spikes was hanging out with the four them that Sunday and they all gone together to the pawnshop to sell some items stolen from the house.

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Rocky Road with Science Diction

Gastropod

03:55 min | 2 years ago

Rocky Road with Science Diction

"Both Fenton's and dryers have pretty straightforward stories for how they invented rocky road in dryers version. It was William Dryer himself who one day in nineteen twenty nine did to make an ice cream with nuts chocolate and marshmallows but at the time, marshmallows did not yet come in small versions that came in cheats. So he took his wife's picking shears and cut the marshmallows into four pieces and then stuffed in the ice cream and Taba rocky road was born dryer says the name was meant to quote give folks something to smile about in the face of the Great Depression. According to Fenton's it was a candy maker on staff who came up with it story goes one day. He was making a candy bar with you guessed it nuts chocolate and marshmallows, and he was like you know what would be a great idea is if I put this candy bar in the ice cream and he did it and it was hit via end, the rest is history for over two years. Elissa tried to find out who's story was true. She turned up alleged confession a denial of that confession just a whole lot of ice cream fueled drama more on that from Elissa later because it turns out that people have a lot of feelings about rocky road. Would Weird Al do attribute to Vanilla. Vanilla is the definition of boring and it has a boring name to go with it. But Rocky Road Sounds Fun playful even somehow delicious which it shouldn't it is a road with rocks in it But when it comes to food names, it's not just what the word means. It's how it sounds. It's something that linguists and food marketing types seem to understand very well. At my little grocery store here in San. Francisco. In my little neighbourhood of Brunel Heights Dandruff ski is a linguist. He wrote a book called the language of food. And I was just scanning the cracker aisle and I noticed that every single cracker name had an in it and I was like something's going on here. So I started really from the cracker aside and I thought well, what's the opposite of crackers but that would be ice cream Dan decided to run a little experiment he went online downloaded eighty-one ice cream flavors from brands like Ben and Jerry's haagen-dazs. Then he went to a diet website downloaded six hundred cracker brand names and he noticed a pattern it had to do with the vowels I just counted how many of these ice creams versus crackers which one had more front vowels like e or Which one had more back vowels like you're all and there was a striking difference. Alright. So Front vowels the E in cheese the IT. Feel higher tongue moves. When you make those sounds, you're kind of lifting at toward the front of your mouth. Cheese. Now, say chocolate Mousse. Those words are full of back. AL's pay attention to your tongue again, chocolate. Mousse. This time it's hold more towards the back. Then discovered that the cracker names had nearly all front vowels. Vs and is. So. That's your cheeses and wheat thins and Krispy triscuit crisps chicken in a biscuit. But the ice creams that's back vowels at your your Jamaica Almond Fudge chocolate, your Caramel, your cookie dough, your coconut, and your rocky road. So

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As Wildfires Continue To Spread In California, Its Governor Seeks Outside Help

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

As Wildfires Continue To Spread In California, Its Governor Seeks Outside Help

"That Southern California wildfires were getting the resource is necessary to get the flames under control. KP CASE Tim Lance reports the governor's focuses now mostly on the northern half of the state's governor, Newsome is confident that Northern California will get the help needed to control numerous wildfires thanks to mutual aid agreements with other Western states. So we have the 10 engines from Arizona 25 from Oregon. We have the RC 26 technical analytical assistance from Washington State. We have five engines coming. Texas, Nevada and California is even reaching out to Canada and Australia. What's more, he says, the Trump administration is fully cooperative. Want to thank the Trump Administration. I want to thank Bob Fenton in particular. Who is the western regional coordinator for FEMA. There is no greater partner and he says that support is critical in meeting the wildfire related needs in California right now, Tim Lance News

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"fenton" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"fenton" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

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"fenton" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"fenton" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"All right. Welcome to the tour guys. Show episode thirty four. I just verified that on my website to make sure I didn't sound completely stupid. I'm your host Steve Johnson owner operator of Motor City Brew Tours. And today all the way from Fenton Michigan. I got two great guests with some awesome looking bottles that they're kind of staring at right now and they're going to introduce ourselves and we're going to kick off show thirty four eight. I met Cheryl. I'm co owner founder of And Win Remember and I am Jenny. Shero founder Co owner with my husband met. So you're founder. He's cofounder both sometimes. My wife will say co-founder of motor city because honestly like she has more input into it. Maybe than I do even though I'm the one who runs it. And she has a real job now but I've started saying that a lot like my wife and I run this now in your case you guys really do. Both run at. This is where it's at. Yep this is full-time for both of us. When we first started back in two thousand seven it was my full time and she was still doing some side. Work with certified. Financial Planner Yasser Financial Planning. Your website was really good size. Able look all this up to remind myself of things. I probably should have now because I've known you guys for a long time. Yeah so it. It was a few years before she ended up coming on full-time. But now it is out of necessity. Yeah unnecessity and the growth that we had so. Let's start back then. Two thousand seven so you were a auto engineer. Yep Right prior so you like tinkering with stuff. Yup grew up playing with legos. Like a lot of engineers do legos and my My father had been an engineer and I just kind of grew up around that and I knew when I went to college. I wanted to be an engineer so I ended up going to what's now Kettering University and Flint Got My engineering degree and shortly after that we moved to all right after that actually we moved to South Carolina where I started my first full time engineering job designing plastic injection moult. Okay how exciting that. Yeah yeah completely different than what we're doing now but yeah any plastic party look at now. I can't help but think about the tooling. It it takes to build is still ingrained in me because I did that up so I think part of that is because that's where you started and that's what you did right out of college. I worked in the consumer packaged goods. Business out of college and I sold a basically paper products to the retail sector. I can't go into a store without analyzing the store set drives my wife crazy. 'cause WE'LL BE TRAVELING. We'll be on vacation right. I JUST WANNA go look at like Blah Blah. We'd be in Europe or something. I do the same thing right and I haven't had that job in like seems like a long time like twenty years ago. I did that job now. It seems like but you still feel that way when I look at stuff. Yeah and even you know once once we have two kids Growing up. They love playing with legos to naturally. And you still have your original legacy. Usually that's how it works. My parents did too and they gave him to my niece and nephews yet. My brother and I were both in the LEGOS. I ended up inheriting the whole thing because he doesn't have kids so they're all at my house and well. My kids ended up using them. And I still you know when we play with my pick them up because they're all plastic injection part. I'd look at every parking figure out how it was. How old is put together? And that is kind of Dorky. It is now talk to my kid about it. He wants to be an engineer is going to do. That's what I an ice. But what a good Combo. Hi Thank Right. I get to meet lots of husband. Wife teams and I guess it Kinda depends on the age range of them to like how that played out over time But the more successful ones. I think. Someday I'll have to like add up. How many we have in the beer industry just in Michigan. Yeah couples. It's a lie is a lot of them right. I would say you guys are probably one of the first husband wife teams in the beer industry man Rene would probably be. Oh you know what that's a guy that went Arbor Arbor Bruin longtime before us but yeah that's true. They're they're ninety two. Oh they're really old school. Yeah that's true you're like wave to of that You know honestly wave two was mostly that then. I'll bet you we looked at it. That way wave two of breweries in early two thousands was all tons of husband wife team just like which is hat yup talking we are number eighty seven in the state. Wow so you made it under the hundred hundred so you think about that. Two thousand seven. We were still under a hundred now at twenty twenty three fifty plus the exact number under. Yeah Yeah like wow like. A lot of states but Michigan was kind of. I always say ahead of that. Verse other states like say Ohio and others that have really exploded the last couple years. Yeah Yeah I think we're probably five six years ahead of what Ohio I think so too. Yeah that's why we're so awesome in Michigan. That's why I run motor snipers machine we have been right like I feel like an elder in all of this now as younger people and now have competitors that are doing similar things to what I'm doing and they're kind of coming in a market that's matured in happen when all of us started this I started two thousand nine started in two thousand seven. What a different place. It was Say That to us that we've been around awhile and and we've actually helped a lot of other breweries kind of open up. Were always open doors so come do a tour with us and walk with us and we'll share insight and things we've learned along the way but yeah there's a lot that have come to us and so how do you guys do a you know. Can we see your operations and like I said we're we're an open book where we're willing to help because we've been in the industry for so long but it's also surreal. Because I don't feel like we've been doing this. It doesn't right like if you look if you talk to. Someone said I just worked for this company for fifty years. You're like okay now. That's a long time right. As opposed to start an o seven announced twenty twenty. And you know Rockin but still. That's not really that Long Time. My first job out of college ahead for ten years right now. I'm here and I'm over ten years into what I'm doing. Yeah we so we just celebrated twelve years and I think it feels that way just because there's been such an expansion in the industry in general so that's why seems like we're kind of the older generation. Brian Yeah Yeah. And that's amazing. But then you talk to someone like Arbor Matinee or talk to someone in Detroit like I work with motorcity Brune works. You know they started that into and you know they go way back. They've seen all kinds of cycles. Business and Sink where you're going to be at that point right? You know you're GonNa have you know triple the staff right? How about a hundred staff? Not Thirty what are you guys about thirtyish? Yeah we're at thirty two employees okay. That's a loving every minute of it. That's amazing to me. Every time I talked to you just like great growth. It's okay so we're back in two thousand seven eventually guys open in a strip mall and you're really fend winery at this point. You didn't add beer to what a couple years later and bought a small system to do that. Yeah we officially opened fin winery January of two thousand eight and it wasn't until December two thousand nine that we were licenses brewery. So that's when we became fenton winery. Okay we had shortly after starting. The winery You know I started just home brewing at home and he got to the point of making loved. It had sheriff with people and like you. I have a winery. Why not add this to the business that already exists and we could see in the clientele? They would come in. It was primarily women at the time and then they would bring her husband's or you know girls night out and stuff. We saw an opportunity where we add beer. You could blend it so the initial model was really a winery wine. Onsite Make Y. Come in and make wine design your own label that kind of business model essentially Yup and had that feel to it. I got you okay. We always anytime we did. The design was always we wanted to create a place that we would want to hang out on a Friday night. If we weren't working there right so we just kinda created and said just come. You make your way. We'll create a wine bar and we've started adding little cheese and crackers and things like that built from that and then eventually added beard summer. Two thousand nine and coca and then you outgrew that space yeah and then a Jain nor miss one point two five Acre monstrosity. Came your way. Kind of north town came our way. I don't know I I guess I don't know why don't you tell me how you would say? How would you say it was a giant China? Armagh leap of faith. Okay may appear grit determination and a little bit of silly on a little bit silly. Yeah prior to prior to that jump when we started wearing a little twenty one hundred square foot space and of course some. Yeah for someone after saying that the company next to US moved out as an engineering company. They're looking okay. This is so we actually expanded into that space ended up having about five thousand square feet okay and we took over that space about two thousand ten two thousand eleven and then it was two thousand twelve that our current building kind of presented itself and we we made You know we made a giant leap of faith going from this small space to nineteen thousand square feet of space. Nineteen five Acre five Acre property. So is that it was a little surprise. The first time I read it hurt. It looked at. I don't see I don't think I came in right away. I'll sign people said you're crazy but you know a lot of people say crazy wing first opened our doors to ensure the winery infant. And come on. Yeah you're not going to survive. There's no no one can make money doing that. And that's the way that typical story what people say when we saw this building you know as that would be really cool. It's something we had been closed for three honestly was a it was a number of woodworking business. Correct working business part us. Yeah I remember that much without looking. Come home from work and say you know that building out on Long Lake Road. Have you ever taken a real look at that lace? Oh man data like a dream come true for us like Oh yeah can we just keep the Strip mall location trying to give me great hair or something like that? You had to be at your head at that point but no we We made it work we We went to systems bank at the time. That was our local bank and then no longer around but They just because it's a local bank. They believed in us. And we're able to get. We were able to convince them to give us a loan so that we could bid on that place which went for auction went up for auction. Okay oh I didn't know that. Okay for sale from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and the price was just too high el-kas way pass our arrange anything we thought could do and in one day. It's very close or other located only two miles away in one day. I'm driving by you. 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Frances E.W. Harper: American Author and Social Reformer

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Frances E.W. Harper: American Author and Social Reformer

"Are warrior today for Abolition Women's Rights Racial Justice Status Voting Rights and more. She was poet Teacher Public Speaker and writer. WHO's considered the mother of African American journalism. Let's Talk About Francis Harper Francis Ellen. Watkins was born in Eighteen. Twenty five in in Baltimore Maryland. She was the only child of free parents. Though at that time the state of Maryland still allowed slavery when Francis which is three years old and both of her parents died. She was then raised by her maternal aunt and Uncle Henriette and Reverend William Watkins and took their last name Francis. Uncle was minister. Teacher activists and abolitionist who had a major impact on Francis's life and work. She attended his school until she was thirteen years old. The following year Francis started working as a seamstress wasn't working. She was writing a much wasn't writing. She was reading. Francis was bright and curious and was always looking for ideas to share and stories to read in her early. Twenties Francis published articles and poems and her local local newspaper. She also wrote pieces for anti-slavery journals and completed her first book of poetry called. Forest leaves or autumn leaves then in eighteen fifty. Congress passed the fugitive slave act. The Watkins Family Left Baltimore for Ohio. There Francis was the first woman to teach at Union seminary before moving to Pennsylvania to work with the Pennsylvania Abolition Society and the American Anti Slavery Society in Eighteen fifty. Four Francis gave her first public speech part of the Abolition Movement. She did such a good job that it launched a two year lecture tour Francis beaches focused on abolition equality and women's rights in eighteen fifty four. She also published poems miscellaneous subjects. The book was was quite popular. Four years later in eighteen fifty eight hundred years before Rosa Parks would become famous for a similar action. Francis refused to give up per seat or move to the designated colored section of a trolley car in Philadelphia. The following year Francis became the first African American woman to publish the short story in the US. Her story called. The two offers appeared in Anglo African magazine. Throughout her life Francis's this is writings both fiction and nonfiction told the story of the African American experience in that era and urged social change in eighteen. Sixty Francis Married Fenton Harper and the couple had one child together. Fenton died just four years. After their naturals Francis continued her activism and writing writing after the civil war she traveled through the South during reconstruction teaching former slaves and speaking and writing about their living conditions. Her journey lead to her book. Book entitled Sketches of Southern Life. She wrote and spoke about the need for greater access to education. Women's suffrage and temperance Francis spoke at the eighteen sixty six national women's rights convention and urged the women there to fight for black women's rights. She said we are all bound up together. In one great bundle of humanity and society cannot trample on the weakest and feeblest of its members without receiving the curse and its own soul From eighteen hundred eighteen ninety. She organized for the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union and she helped create the National Association of Colored Women in eighteen ninety four alongside IDA wells Barnett and Harriet tubman among others the organization sought to advance the rights of African American women. Their campaign pain centered. On Women's suffrage Anti Lynching and Fighting Jim Crow laws. The organization still exists. Today in Nineteen Eleven Francis died of heart failure at the age of eighty six. She was buried next to her daughter. Mary who had died two years. Prior Francis Harper remains literary legend and one of the most important writers for time she was a poet and passionate activist who used her lived experiences to promote social change

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XRP - The Remittance Standard? with Bitso CEO Daniel Vogel

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

08:00 min | 2 years ago

XRP - The Remittance Standard? with Bitso CEO Daniel Vogel

"Welcome back it's another episode of all opinions in Celsius at two bit idiots and really excited to chat with someone that I met six years ago and the crypto seen work with Pass now at any Vogel who is the CEO. APP itself the one of largest largest or one of the largest bitcoin exchanges in Mexico in one of the largest are men's companies. Now Extras. We're a little bit about the use. Latin American scene because they're expanding beyond just Mexico as well Or our Talk about the team. Were generally speaking in the Western Hemisphere. Not not named the US and of course WANNA spend a Lotta time off talking about one of my favorite subjects expert p but a spoiler alert Offer the fans that are playing along. This is actually going to be. I think a relatively bullish and positive discussion on extra p And it because The video team is generally leveraging the Extra P. Ledger and remittance system has designed not necessarily the speculative store value but but certainly Workings relationship as a Penny Ouden and in particular Why for given bidzos opposition? Not just in Crypto Herman's as but driving a meaningful percentage of overall volume now through that Primary residence quarter between the US in Mexico. So there's a ton of we're GONNA cover I'm so excited to catch up with has been too long But Daniel what. Why don't we? I like to start by just giving the origin stories for the folks that got into the industry and kind of how they fell down the rabbit hole and and yours is is interesting in also I love it because you an hour in a very similar spots. Right I was coming into the industry. full-time had skipped business school because I basically fell into bitcoin decided to defer and got to know each other a little bit in Boston because you were at hp so to talk talk a little bit about the high level journey in Wichita before and how you can join so yeah thank you. Thank you for the kind anchor. It's great to be here. It's great great to to connect with you again and you've been a very important part of our journey embiid so and so speaking to you and yeah so well I the stories for Mexico. I spent eight years in the states. I went to Undergrad there. I started computer to leaving in economics in and I was working individually in a comfortable one test programmatic ad buying it by neighbor who went to school me and in a really good friend one day just basically he said. Have you listened to this thing especially thing. BITCOIN and I said no Wrong tasting He got another roommate. WHO's a big fan of room and I went back home in? I started going into Reading about Bitcoin and the next thing I realized like six the extent like four or five hours just browsing and falling deeply on the on the rabbit hole. I then became known as the Bitcoin Guy. A A- At one test is one of the few things that I talk about as a very early on and then my job to pursue. NBA added Trieste. Two thousand thirteen in in what I found when I was at the Abbey was very different. Like the especially at this moment talk about Bitcoin that Renault case Oh bitcoin and those that got his little community that you were part of and you know you've got circle who sort of like starting talk about oriented in dooby on this tiny little sort of like just connecting with all sluts thinking to build a business but mainly humane because I was just very interested -nology and ever since the onset now savings now Considered sort of connect back story but since the onset I was always very interesting remittances because as that Mexican the. US experience how difficult it is to have money from the US Mexico in Luckily excessively to send money back home like many other make sense. Do Chess need many of them in the news that I entered the states. It's a little bit of heartbreaking story to know the amount of money that stay at a very very simple surveys that I thought was going to solve right I. It was very early on the idea that abused occurrence. He could basically completely killed those costs transferred. And the way when I was when I was in business like these amazing nineties who were basically starting at exchanging makes on exchanging the openly bickered was the relevant currency and wealth manager. Some of your audience still is putting on what we basically basically saying. They couldn't exchange tonight. They started helping them out. And in slowly I I got really curious. And they positioned that I don them at psycho founder restarted. And it's being it's in quite some time now. The service started in April two thousand fourteen. So we're coming up to a six year makes us one of the oldest big exchanges exchanges to remain alive and largest lining Mexico by a significant margin in in in the rest of Tom. Something for the largest one things. We battling adulated some exchanges in Brazil but very focused to continue to be a big boys and a big important. So you're getting more people on board or Crypto. Basically with a very big focus on building very sealers and good on in Rams for folks that at living stations that are not as welcoming sung producers. That your your audience and Mary. We asked which countries are available in now. So we're fully available in Mexico and that is by far our largest markets we just launched on we just launched a Beta in Argentina which should own a full-blown experience starting next month in. We Cowboys Cowboy's team in Brazil that is actively looking into Brazil. It's interesting fiction. Because he's a very large market it is largest underbid irks but then one of the things. We're doing sort of deciding is how do we. How can we accelerate access to folks that live That don't Miss Serbia where we need to deploy full solution like Abbie in Mexico and Argentina where it's basically out full full on full off ramp. They welcome today. Ed Mental Reality. So those folks. Very strong Fenton durations. It makes access to a real tango settlements provider less AC- basically In seconds in in Argentina we do the same thing in Mexico. Twenty four seven outbreak Yet but it's going to get there in into we build these very very very good integration both countries and next gristle but at the same time. We're exploring copy me. Provide a lot more access more quick meet with not as good as yeah but at least having some of the folks that WanNa have access to have access quicker

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"fenton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"fenton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Two thousand eleven's fast five. This is a good one man. It's fun this this is a good movie. It's also tough because this is an image means about where the critics on board with. How silly this because they got well reviewed later on early on the got killed? This one was legitimately had like a cool dragging dragging a Volvo. Cross a street one of your neighbors Chris. Morgan wrote it. And so you know. Oh He's quite a writer when it comes to these movies. Oh yeah he's great and Ritz. Who Produce Swat? Oh really coming coming full circle that Chris Right this one he wrote this. This is this is definitely one of the best written ones out there. And it's funny. I always said like Kane from Kung Fu for guy never wanted any trouble. He sure found a way to kick the shit out of everyone in the town. He went into Vin diesels. All about family. Yeah Or. He's all about Boston orbital sockets he's super indefatigably and then he beats the shit out of everybody you normally guys at a very family oriented a and they don't ball up the fist never but he's either given speeches on the port of family and the speeches hashing people over the head have a crowbar to toggle. Switch to Justin Lin directness. Yes I have a number all right. Let's see I think I think the critics started to like this one for what it was the next one of Paul Walker dynacast. After that are he died filming the yeah because number eight was the most recent one right. All right I'm in you guys in sixty eight. I think the critics on board at this point I said eighty. Oh my God I I said barely fresh sixty five. Yeah it went sixty seven fast. Five is certified for at seventy seven. Aw Guy you know. We don't do the premature celebration. Because all you gotTa do is get to sixty here to be refresh seventy seven goods pretty good how we look it up. The previous one was pretty like pretty low rated at some point critics jumped on board and finally from from our more recent Christian. Bale movie round. We offer this post apocalyptic challenge long. Before game of thrones was uh-huh Yeah Yeah Christian Bale and a Bald Matthew mcconaughey took on an army of dragons in the two thousand two pyrotechnic action flick. Rain never heard of this. Oh yeah the made a COUPLA dragon movies and made a couple of volcano movies like hey that came out around the same time. Unlike Selma's like hey. We need fire to movies where they're coming from the ground and then two movies where they're coming from the sky and they made a couple of dragon in movies and in the kind of the same time period all right. Brian is doing well. Everyone's doing well but that first one that really got me off over the border all off equally. The I had forty and the thirties. So we're not okay. So maybe a quick anecdote here actually covered Disney at the time when spyglass us was doing this movie. And they made a twenty million dollar offer to Arnold Schwarzenegger to come out of it tank with a cigar to beat the crap out of these dragons and then when he passed they made a twelve million dollar offer to Sean Penn and he passed on it too so it alternately became mcconnahey right good little factoid. I I love to steer people wrong with our line. I've never seen this movie nursing this movie. Will I heard it's very cool. I wouldn't say it was pretty pretty solid. Oh my God I I am going forty nine. I am being contrarian here because this occurring joke on the film bulb so many people like doc you have to do this movie. This is the Mo there's a good movie most ball Brian movie ever and I've never seen it so I'm going eighty-three leash it and this does not look like a bald Bri movie movie at all supposed to be good. I don't like that. They stole the tagline from the legend. Billie Jean with Helen Slater fight fire with fire For that alone thirty one. Um I'm going to go with fifty four. Somebody's GonNa win this game. Got That right. Rain of fire is not all right. All right all right it's rotten at forty two business sectors. I set myself on fire. Oh Man I may be the in this game. Forty nine audience had movie.

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"fenton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"fenton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Seven. There's No God there's it's no op. There's no doubt this is an outrage. This is this is an outright. Once I saw the Blue Blouse whereas I knew thirty or below you tell me if this scene alone doesn't bring it up to mid Thirties mid-teens team and I got to tell you something. Sport just doesn't feel like full cooperation to me. I mean look at this shit here. What is this? This has been the lockup I mean. I don't know maybe I'm wrong. You guys are the experts. Maybe you don't need me I mean like what is this. This this is Tech Slam. Tech's am I right. Smell seat Steve Explosive. Am I right. I don't know what you're the expert I mean there's a little it could blow up this whole area and this area goes hope building could go am I right. Gosh I don't know I mean maybe if I put this in here loose cannon. What else do we have here? Oh this is a plunger detonator him. And that's a little mini receivers windows American circuit. And I gotTa Tell Ya the call me a Patriot but American craftsmanship. It's the greatest in the world. See this here we go armed blah. I totally remember Yup. Yep Perfect fit first time every time. Screw it on and one little twists and sh- while out perfect receiver receiver bomb. Which of course is absolutely worthless transmitter? She'll she'll probably single digits with the seed fired up. We're hot okay. Shoved up. The plastic deactivated Simonis. Fratto cigarettes. Come on come on you have I. That's what he needs to know. You give a shit if this whole fucking black those up in you had enough. Isn't that what you're saying doing something critics person you'll ever meet in your life. It's Kinda down the ride. Tomatoes to work uh-huh. Oh come on the paneth over Harry is a tip of you take care of the ship work. You leave the folks at the party to me. Okay on the.

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"fenton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fenton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I had to do it. You're welcome all right. It's going to be uncomfortable comfortable vacation for US anyway. You're welcome this is Dick was bigger than mine. I didn't say it. I may have inferred. Yeah they have to. We're just a SEIDEL OPT to him but I don't know if she put down the line all right. This is a tough movie. I love this movie all by just went down ten point. Everybody watches US movie. is she running from flames. And everything deal. Everything's slowing up. James Woods has one of the greatest scenes in the Miami bomb squad department ever with the C.. Four and that it's the best. It's the best movie ever if you WANNA see who is down on his head. Points shuttle professional understated acting acting like Stella Adler still add stuff. Safe are not only hogging. Find Me James Woods in the Miami bomb squad another giving a small lecture to the fucks. Thank you all right hold on. I have written down a number. The number I wrote down was forty. Four one hundred forty. I had forty and I changed to thirty nine. I had thirty eight. Wow okay. Specialist is rotten at.

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Regulators Allege Christian-Based Health Care Provider Broke State, Federal Rules

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Regulators Allege Christian-Based Health Care Provider Broke State, Federal Rules

"Nearly men. one million Americans rely on health care sharing ministries to cover their medical bills members of these Christian organizations typically chip in money every month with the expectation that they will be reimbursed when they treatment but multiple state regulators have accused one company of violating federal and state requirements. New Hampshire public. Radio's todd awed. Buckman reports on the efforts to rein in one of those companies spread out on. Keith means kitchen counter. There's a mess unpaid bills with very large numbers. Eleven one thousand eight hundred eighty six for looks like an anesthesiologist. The surgeon eighteen thousand eight fifty four hospital. Stay hundred and fifty two thousand fourteen dollars. Sixty nine cents. Mehan is forty nine years old. DIVORCED DAD living in Rochester New Hampshire his job as an international. Rice salesman doesn't provide health insurance so last year a broker sold them on a company called L. era that markets what's known as a healthcare sharing ministry. It's not traditional. Oh health insurance clearly not Which I've I've come to find out? Meeting signed up a few months later. He had back surgery he says Lira. An entity at contracts contracts with called Trinity healthshare assured him. The procedure didn't need preapproval but afterwards it declined to pay close to two hundred thousand dollars in medical bills contending. His back pain was a pre existing condition. I feel like I was sold a bad bill of goods. You know just I had no idea. After receiving a wave of complaints claims from customers like me in New Hampshire's insurance department issued a cease and desist order last month against a Lira and Trinity for selling what the State calls illegal health insurance points earlier this year regulators in Texas Colorado and Washington also took action against a lira. The company declined an interview request but in a statement L.. Era Forcefully denied the allegations and says it will appeal. The New Hampshire cease and desist order other healthcare sharing groups say Elliot's actions are harming the reputation of the broader industry these ministries have seen rapid growth in recent years in part because of their lower cost. The cost was typically a fraction typically. Well under half and usually closer to a third of what the cost of conventional insurance was. This is Fenton Gruen and New Hampshire contractor. Who's been a member of a ministry great since the early nineteen nineties? He says along with the savings. Many Christians are drawn to ministries because they don't cover abortion services and offer perks like like prayer hotlines for their members grew and says he supports regulators stepping in to stop a company like a Lira. If it's violating the law given the explosive of growth of health care sharing ministries. It's not surprising to me that somebody would try to cut in on that investigation by the Houston Chronicle earlier. This year noted that the CO founder under Valera previously served time in prison for Securities Fraud the company is facing a proposed class action lawsuit in Washington State for alleged deceptive practices. Joanne Wind Volk with Georgetown Center. On health insurance reforms says some consumers are drawn to ministries because of the belief that they'll be better taken care of there's a lot of frustration with insurance companies and some of the hoops. You have to go through to get beer. Healthcare bills paid. And it feels like it's just another hoop but at least it's with people that share my beliefs Keith. Me The guy with two two hundred thousand dollars in unpaid medical bills says he wishes he had done his homework on Lira. I'm not trying to skate on my responsibilities. Had I known that this was way it it was gonNA turn out. I would have suffered. I can endorse some pain both physical and mental. But I would've never gone through with the surgery. More pain may be on the way I mean. Says he's considering filing for bankruptcy

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An opioid more deadly than fentanyl found on Seattle streets

News, Traffic and Weather

02:26 min | 2 years ago

An opioid more deadly than fentanyl found on Seattle streets

"Who knows the underbelly of drug addiction it is hard to see someone go from near death to freezing good timing nor can feel feel divers will drive helped him to save a man's life but it's even more personal hi Kerry in our can with me because I myself have been revived with it and if I was a ninety day Ashu delight opioid pain pills every day to people in our state overdose on opioids and now a new threat perfect now when you heard about the car fennel in a syringe what was your reaction to remember I was like crap he looked into green is a researcher and scientists at U. does alcohol and drug abuse institute it's even that much more strongly than financial and so you need even less of it to get a lot of people high on it or kill people honesty crime lab discovered traces of car fentanyl in a syringe mixed with other drugs right here at this authorized homeless camp here the Fremont troll each were five people deed on the same day in January we still don't know yet if that car fentanyl was connected to those five overdoses but the health department raise the red flag about it in this blog post calling a deadly but rare in our state with these newer synthetic opioids we think are mostly coming in from China or so but when you just have to ship a little bit in short he's here because it's profitable car fennel is used for large animals not for human beings it's not say for human beings and into greens as users don't know what they're getting it's sold as a white powdery substance or in pill form we've been hearing about big increases in Fenton all and other federal related trucks on the east coast and the Midwest for several years six overdose deaths in Maryland were linked to car fentanyl in twenty seventeen in that blog post about car fentanyl in Seattle this advice if you do illicit drugs don't use alone and always carry nor can I think it's really important to always is with a friend always have in our canton ox own on hand John a runs the people's harm reduction alliance in university district and knows all about car fentanyl he's on the streets had people know about

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3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

WIBC Programming

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

"Spring three men are facing federal charges for supplying the drugs that authorities believe killed rapper mac Miller the U. S. attorney's office says Cameron James petted Stephen Walter and Ryan re this are accused of distributing narcotics including counterfeit pharmaceutical pills containing Fenton all Miller died of an accidental overdose the indictment alleges Walter supply the fat now and cocaine Pettit sold it and

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Mac Miller Death: Man Charged With Selling Drugs

Gary and Shannon

03:39 min | 3 years ago

Mac Miller Death: Man Charged With Selling Drugs

"Well soon after the news reports of mac Miller's overdose death last year. the drug dealer that would service mac Miller was anxiously messaging friends on Instagram he wrote according to cut court documents most likely I will die in jail. he said he was gonna move to another country get off the grid nothing has happened yet but it might. well I really feel bad for this guy feel you know feeling the heat of the justice department coming down on him for the last year not knowing when it's gonna strike by the light struck it has struck he's twenty eight as names camera Pettitte and he's now facing twenty years in federal prison on a charge that he sold counterfeit oxy laced with Fenton all to mac Miller two days before he died there's no evidence at least in the court documents and they haven't said anything if they know that if Cameron Pettitte knew that these were counterfeit and that they were laced with front no he there's there's nothing to say that necessarily but he's got to know that where he was getting his suppliers had to be questionable and fees turn around and sell them to other people come on what I'm amazed that is there's no other connection that I've seen of Cameron Pat it to anybody else's overdose at this point. but that mac Miller at some point tried to buy drugs from him tax them yo yo what's up did you hear about did you hear back about and he apparently trying to buy some matter all the pet is is not I couldn't find any Miller says all good you don't have lean do you. perks from from Miller and pet it says I got da lauded twos but that's about it I could get some yellows and blues though as far as perks. and Miller says those are my **** is man when can you get probably in an hour to their thirty Bucks a piece mac Miller says any chance I could get ten of those bars and a ball you're gonna have to. you have to translate now cars in a ball I don't know is that. is that like but now we're gonna I just opened I should have said that because I should have said I don't know what in in the purchase of drugs the bars in a ball R. because someone is going to blast us for being EDA goes back to the hot rails rule right where we did not know what hot rails were when that USC Medical School director carmine pulley if you know was doing hot rails in Pasadena with a stripper I should just pretend that I know what bars we all are worse and a ball we were lit up by people that were so upset that we did not know what hot rails were like come on guys and now we're in now you just set us up for more there's also a suggestion that these drugs were eventually delivered by a woman named Carla Amador who goes by a different name when she has a sex worker and that supposedly that these text messages included a deal for him to have sex with her and she was going to bring the drugs to him. they say that this case truly highlights the problem of black market pharmaceuticals they are manufactured by drug cartels in Mexico for about seventy five cents to a Buck fifty but they're sold in LA for twenty dollars or more per pill. and it's cheaper they can make it the cheaper they're gonna make it and how do you do that well you're a place the oxy with that now. sometimes it kills people sometimes it provides a similar high and they're willing to take that risk because their drug cartels in

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Man arrested in connection to Mac Miller's death

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Man arrested in connection to Mac Miller's death

"When was Angelus a man has been arrested in connection to the overdose death of a popular rapper mac Miller was found dead last September overdosed on fat no alcohol and cocaine the twenty six year old rapper's death was first ruled an accident now twenty eight year old Cameron McCormick has been arrested for allegedly supplying Miller with the fake opioids laced with Fenton on the investigation in this case revealed that it appears that mac Miller snorted this fed no king **** shin fryer choose overdose death Comoros it with the US attorney's office says McCormick is charged with drug trafficking he could land him in prison for twenty years but it's also possible more charges will be

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"fenton" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

13:01 min | 3 years ago

"fenton" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"Obviously the second half of the conversation and that will give you all the context and all the previous content that we talked about in this episode. We're going to talk about how to know if your inflamed the concept of the energy ajar the role of nutrition inflammation in health in general the links between depression and inflammation and what to do if you find that your inflamed so we really he break down some of the stuff you can do. She's far reaching is very much following our body short my ideas about interconnected health civil talk about sleep mental health and energy levels and so on another really great episode. It was great to talk victorian. Pick your brains a bit. We really just scrape the surface of what we could talk about so enjoy the episode. This is victoria fenton. A lot of people weren't quite understand what.

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Dark Web vs. Deep Web

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

06:39 min | 3 years ago

Dark Web vs. Deep Web

"Into that let's get into the dark web because the dark web is shocking will tell you about that in just a moment but first there's the World Wide Web that's what all of issues you know W. W. W. you're on the worldwide web then there's the deep web and the dark web is not the deep web the deep web is any part of the internet that is it discover a bull by search engine I think that's the best way to say it yeah so for example you're on your banking site and you log in if you've navigated to a specific location on line that particular place online that is your account is not served up in Google results you go to your health care provider and you want to see the results of your last lab test that's not going to show up on on a Google search or whatever surgeons you're using so that is the deep web so we got the worldwide web the deep web I hope I I hope I'm doing you know your yeah you're you're you're putting it in the picture together perfectly then you've got the dark who had been this is I mean these are the blackest of waters folks the dark net the dark web this this is the peer to peer network whereas with this is this is where you find the kind of market places that ply their trade in illicit wearers these are basically hidden crime bazaars they can only be accessed through special software that obscures one's true location on line it's real this is not how good it if the I would say Katie I'll get your take on this I would say the dark web's much much larger than the W. W. W. dot web well you know that there there's a picture that goes around it's like the tip of the iceberg as the W. W. W. realm and then it that giant piece that you can't see above water and that's the rest of the internet it's the dark web so the dark web if you're on the dark web if you're using a crypto currency to do business that's what you do it's not you know it's not the dollars and cents it's a crypto currency and because there's so much money to be made on the dark web both legitimate and illegitimate are using these crypto currencies the one you've heard of probably is bit coin bit coin what did you say one bit coin is worth now ninety five hundred Bucks so crypto currencies these are decentralized virtual currencies that run on peer to peer computer networks big coin the largest the most traded so the crypto currency is digital it's a digital for money there's no central bank there's no central repository the money flows in and out of the system through the use of users computers it went you know as I think about it remember Napster Napster's going back but this is Napster was unique because you could trade MP three songs and videos here it only lasted a few years late nineties early two thousands that's exactly how crypto currency works your currency transactions are verified using super high powered computer equipment and it's all done on the dark web now this is the shocking part is Katie and I've gone there didn't purchase anything we just looked around and it was one of the creepiest experiences that I've ever been a part of I mean we're right here in the studio name a place on the internet where you can purchase a hit man for crying out loud yeah this was not a joke now and and and HK forty sevens and heroin I mean you name it you can buy it there it's a whole the hit man thing was again you're thinking come on this is it this is a joke no it was this was for real it was for this is that the types of drugs that are easily found and purchased on the dark web all the purchaser needs is a cryptocurrency use the big corn you get an address to ship your drug of choice and of course you need the computer smart phone and once you find what you want you literally click and by and proceed to check out just like you're on Amazon it's just it it's wild the way that this it and it's so easy to access it's so easy once you I mean once you I mean you can look at a you tube video how to access the dark web and I'll take you through it so you've got you've got the drugs and you've got the sax and you've got they they hit man and what's what's amazing is with the drugs you can have these drugs discreetly shipped directly to your home the U. S. P. S. literally they're using the postal service for this yep you can get all the stuff guaranteed delivery within twenty four hours this is how Fenton all comes in and out of the country major driver of the current opioid crisis in America it's all happening via the dark web where they'll legal firearms come from yeah I'm sure the FBI you know they they're not dummies they're getting involved but again this is such a dark and creepy part of our our world four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred I'd love to hear from you about this four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred but police agencies you know there trying to get involved because well is it and and and the other thing that Steve Steve you must which was making with us earlier tax attorney not all crypto currency users are criminals I have to make that clear but there is a lot of crypto currency involved in various crimes and that's was just absolutely shocking so it's a part of our world that is gaining in popularity and it's a part of a world that stinks I mean it's just putrid

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Crack mixed with fentanyl causes spike in overdose deaths, Ohio officials warn

Bill Cunningham

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Crack mixed with fentanyl causes spike in overdose deaths, Ohio officials warn

"Month Hamilton county's reporting, a spike in drug overdose deaths in this one's indicating change heroin task says it's investigating at least six suspected crack cocaine overdose deaths in the last ten days and they're beginning to see a steep increase in African American overdose victims. It makes them believe cocaine laced with sentinel is surfacing, more often want to get the warning out to any recreational user of Arcata to be careful. You do not know what's out there. You do not know what's in the drug, everyone that's using recreational drugs, should have Narcan on hand. They should also use not alone. Tom Fallon's with chest four. She says, in addition to the Fenton, the lace crack they're starting to see fend, the lace meth, which is being sold on the streets is

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