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Lizards and snakes will feel global warmings effects

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 5 months ago

Lizards and snakes will feel global warmings effects

"Animals like polar bears make headlines because of the threats they face from climate change. But there's so many other animals and plants that are just overlooked or not considered by most of the public. I think reptiles one of groups. David pilat is an ecologist at the us geological survey in boise idaho. He says that because lizards and snakes are cold blooded animals. They're sensitive to temperature changes. His ongoing research suggests that as the climate warms. Their geographic ranges will likely shift. What we're finding is that there's a number of species that are going to be moving northward or moving up in elevation for example. A snake called the northern rubber boa which lives mostly in the northwestern u. s. as the climate warms. Its habitat in the. Us may shrink. It may be able to move farther into canada but whether the animal can get there is a whole 'nother thing because of roads and cities and other types of fragmentation or barriers says. It's important to predict where species survive in the future. So wildlife managers can prepare now and take steps to protect even the scaly slithery ones.

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"pilat" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on KCRW

"Now to illegal case centered on health concerns about a familiar household brand. A California jury has worded more than two billion dollars to a couple who blames the agribusiness giant Monsanto for their cancer. Diagnoses? It is the third court decision. That's found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer from member station K Q E D, Molly Peterson reports during more than thirty years Albert Pilat and her husband battled weeds on their property with the world's best known urbicide roundup. Now, the periods are battling cancer and experts. They brought to court say Roundup's active ingredient glysophate may be to blame. We wish that Monsanto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their life. Will that said danger may cause cancer Monsanto and its parent company? Bayer deny the glyphosate is dangerous. So does the Environmental Protection Agency, but expert panels at the World Health Organization and in California disagree? The Oakland jury concluded. Monsanto should have known that roundup carries risks to human health. The jury awarded the Pilate's fifty five million dollars for damages and an additional two billion dollars meant to punish the manufacturer. Experts say that amount is almost certain to be reduced. Bayer calls it excessive and unjustified will. But more than thirteen thousand cases are in the work says plaintiff's attorney Brent Wizner people are done. People are getting sick. This verdict is as clear of a statement as you can get that they needed to change what they're doing the company is appealing this. And prior judgments.

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"pilat" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on KCRW

"Now to a legal case centered on health concerns about a familiar household brand. A California jury has worded more than two billion dollars to a couple who blames the agribusiness giant Monsanto for their cancer. Diagnoses? It is the third court decision. That's found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer from member station K Q E D, Molly Peterson reports during more than thirty years Albert Pilat and her husband battled weeds on their property with the world's best known urbicide roundup. Now, the periods are battling cancer and experts. They brought to court say Roundup's active ingredient glysophate, maybe to blame. We wish that Monsanto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their label that said danger may cause cancer Monsanto and its parent company. Bayer deny the glyphosate is dangerous. So does the Environmental Protection Agency, but expert panels at the World Health Organization and in California disagree? The Oakland jury concluded. Monsanto should have known that roundup carries risks to human health. The jury awarded the Pilate's fifty five million dollars for damages and an additional two billion dollars meant to punish the manufacturer. Experts say that amount is almost certain to be reduced. Bayer calls it excessive and unjustifiable. But more than thirteen thousand cases are in the work says plaintiff's attorney Brent Wizner people are done. People are getting sick. This verdict is as clear of a statement as you can get that they need to change what they're doing the company is appealing this. And prior judgments.

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"pilat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now to a legal case centered on health concerns about a familiar household brand. A California jury has worded more than two billion dollars to a couple who blames the agribusiness giant Monsanto for their cancer. Diagnoses? It is the third court decision. That's found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer from member station K Q E D Molly Peterson reports during more than thirty years. Alberta Pilat and her husband battled weeds on their property with the world's best known urbicide roundup. Now, the periods are battling cancer and experts. They brought to court say Roundup's active ingredient glide is maybe to blame we wish that months onto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their label that said danger may cause cancer Monsanto and its parent company. Bayer deny glyphosate is dangerous. So does the Environmental Protection Agency, but expert panels at the World Health Organization and in California disagree? The Oakland jury concluded that. Monsanto should have known that roundup carries risks to human health. The jury awarded the periods fifty five million dollars for damages and an additional two billion dollars meant to punish the manufacturer. Experts say that amount is almost certain to be reduced. Bayer calls it excessive and unjustifiable. But more than thirteen thousand cases are in the work says plaintiff's attorney Brent Wizner people are done. People are getting sick. This verdict is as clear of a statement as you can get that they need to change what they're doing the company is appealing this. And.

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Alberta Pilat, Santos And California discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Alberta Pilat, Santos And California discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Pilot the big judgment against the maker of round up on Santos been ordered to pay two billion dollars to California. Couple who says a weed killer caused their cancer Alberta Pilat says she wishes there had been a warning in

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"pilat" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on In the Garden

"Apple. Yeah. It makes a mess. Applesauce? Think rule you hit it on the head applesauce. It's got a little bit of a tart to it. And we'll we cut them up put them in the microwave for a minute or so and then have in our yogurt or cereal. We really really good. Much appreciated. Thank you Bye-bye. Well, we should make this. Our final words for this edition in the. You wanna go another hour, but we have other. If you really. Meal talk garden as long as you had the mica listen and put in a non sequitur to myself. Like, well, you know, I'd really like people to call in and tell me how much of what they're growing grow in. Why they use that? You know? I mean, I have sort of my list of things that I do every year. And it's it's real important to have that list. If you don't have a notebook. You know, when you go to the plant sale there Kate farms, or when you go to the egg way or blue seal, any of those places that that have sets you wanna have a pretty clear idea in the reason is you you don't wanna just buy stuff on impulse that you might not have space for in your garden. So it really does help to have an idea of how much of each thing you want. Okay. Yeah. I'm the cut kind of would leave at with fourteen different variety tomato and peppers altogether. Thank you, look. Nice. Well, thank you, Peter. All right. Robot role gonna make this garden? All it takes is a ring and the full end piece of fertile. Rubai someone bliss the seeds. Someone them from rain. In the garden with Peter Burke is brought to you by minard Jagua your yard garden and pet place on Brooklyn street in Morrisville grow compost over month at grow compost dot com. Route two in more town, the willies store in Greensboro, if they don't have it. You don't need it. Guys farm in yard Mont Pilat Morrisseau.

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"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"You know notches foreign policy stuff were were doing all libertarian topics in interesting things that liberals earns two that we can and trying to work with other libertarians for example this week really trying to help promote and get other libertarians to promote this effort to support this house resolution is called h khan raise eighty one that's house concurrent resolution eighty one and what it is is it's invoking the war powers act to stop the attack against the regime in sauna yemen which is under no conceivable theory covered by the authorisation to use military force after nine eleven that was passed to authorise war against alqaeda another interpreting it to me isis in auchere bob in whoever they want but in this case this poor the war is four alqaeda an isis against their enemies the who cheese and the former solid government there and so is in no sense uh it could possibly be covered by the aumf and sir walter jones and some other libertarian republicans are trying to invoke the war powers resolution in order to stop it it's a huge thing in the vote is going to be this week and here's the deal too and he who calls their congressman and then emails me scott at scott worden dot org i will set you up with a lifetime subscription to listen in think audio books libertarian audio books they've already got like twenty titles out mine is coming out through their fool's errand you'll get that for free too and for the rest of your life.

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"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Um some of these rockets randomly hit an and palestinians are also fearful on this odd and it's this constant feel on both sides and this escalation of of state power to you don't say what we're doing something about it and actually reminds me a lot of the northern in northern ireland when the ira was who is a load of terrorist activities there where there was constant push and constant terrorism which early then made the state stronger and stronger and stronger and then it comes out years later that you know we had emma five as uh one of the closest persons toossion fame which was the leader of the the the ira so we see the the state really love some of these terrorist activities because it gives them a pal to to buy more hardware to to just grow no well i mean as far as the rockets coming out of gaza i mean those are about as harmless as a rocket could get and still we call the rocket a not a roman candle as far as that goes and hamas which began as a terrorist group this time non just in reaction to israeli aggression like hezbollah but actually the israeli mossad helped to create hamas in the first place to be a wing religious alternative to the plo but anyway the mas that rules the gaza strip now whenever anybody fires offer rocket they send their cops to go and grab these guys and rest of men that hasn't been them in years and years they've abided by the ceasefire and then whenever the israelis attack on some pretext as we've seen in two thousand eight twelve and fourteen that men you see some limited number of rockets but i think you had one civilian killed in the 2014 socalled war were these guys are firing rockets is this is basically quivalent to a prison riot.

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"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"To them if you're against the right of return that is the right of palestinians to return to their homes in israel if you're against the right of return that that is a far more controversial stance to take then if you're against our than if you're for it right i'm sorry in in other words there day like stanley cohen the civil rights or does mention us jews are liberals and they really believe in civil rights principles and that means palestinians are humans and palestinians have rights and it's not a question of whether it's this tribe that tribe it's a question whether they're individuals or not and you can't treat people unfairly is that they're all of tree what gives you the right to cut down this guy's olive tree because you're jewish and he's palestinian arab no that's his property right john locke here not moses that south korean so and this is what the first thing i said about the mystical fight it's not a mystical fight the question is whether palestinians own property in the way that we understand all other humans zone property or whether the israelis can evoke their mystical excuse to violate those property rights the palestinians aren't saying no god gave this land to us they're saying we live here this is our land that's not even a question we home steadied it right ask walter block even hill have to admit it belongs to them right the israelis are the ones who are saying no because we have this ancient hebrew mythology that we pretend to believe in which by the way like the majority of the population of israel or atheist right they don't even believe in god it's at the he gave all this land to them and they can therefore steal it from the people who live on it but you don't hear mr kellettbowman no arguments from the palestinian side it's only the excuse that the israeli side has to resort to to explain their behavior.

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Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:04 min | 3 years ago

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"Hey you know what is ugly as hell but you one and that was way back in forty eight at the end of world war to win everything was shaken out all over the place right now hadn't even one in china yet right so it is what it is and i think that they could have got away with that and they be fine and that if israel instead of having a policy of domination and fragmenting uh their allies when they're not supporting military police states like in egypt over there and they would just play fair and honest with the people of the region and the people of palestine that actually they'd be fine they'd be surprised to find out how good everything would be everybody's at each other's restaurants the inner mary they do business as a stanley cohen the civil rights lawyer is always saying you let people live together uh let him trade together and things be fine instead ruled a little america over there it'd be like if we never ever stop beating up on the navajo right like they have their little reservation out there in arizona but note which is still keep bomb in any way and pretending that you're the threatened you're coming to get us all the time and it's just toyota control and i and and when it comes to the population of of israel my understanding is that actually most people there agree with me and that it's the the rightwing settler movement who are very powerful politically who have domination over the policy and it's a very rightwing nationalist government in there but that doesn't mean that that represents the will of the people of israel who more or less would i think by solid majorities from all i've ever learned about this agreed that they should give up the west bank and the gaza strip in east jerusalem to be an independent palestinian state in fact our friend dig smith who we were hanging out with on the crews who proudly identifies as a jew from brooklyn who says you know who's part of the jewish community as he defines it would harmony different jewish communities there are in new york city who knows but he's part of at least one of them and he says.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"That can be like address that would help understand the situation we rick be resolved more okay in hearing one other side and are now it just seems my understanding is not at odds yana is that if the israelis would just give up the west bank and the gaza strip to be a palestinian state in east jerusalem and be happy with nineteen sixty seven borders that they'd be fine you know in in nineteen 48 when they created the state of israel they ethnically cleansed seven hundred fifty thousand people right that's like the population of austin texas nee kicked seven hundred fifty thousand people out and they went to refugee camps in the west bank and in gaza in syria in libya and all over to exile in jordan okay um and that was wrong i don't think there's any way really to spin that that that was okay i mean it was basically the same principle that it's okay for whites to do this to indians in massachusetts that well whatever were civilized theirself savages we're at least sort of white european jews mostly ashkenazi jews coming and their brown and it was the end of the colonialera but not the very end not yet and so but my point is they got away with it i mean what they create was at eighty twenty super duper majority jewish to arab ratio as they define it because they don't the fire jewish to christian or jewish to muslim they define at jewish to arab ratio 8020 and so.

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Two years into the occupation that hezbollah was created in reaction to them as the shiite militia for southern lebanon the party of god to defend the people from the israeli occupation that had no legitimate reason to be there whatsoever they'd already succeeded in their mission and slow because a lot of block rate a lot of hostility against the united states because even though americans don't understand there's no confusion in the middle east that those are all american f sixteen's and m six teens that are pointed out there people and then when you hear about there's a war with gaza there's no war it's a canned hunt they're just bombing a prison camp that couldn't possibly shoot back at them i early having a hard time seeing the the argument that's like it just sounds like israel socks basically that was the conclusion like they're really very destructive force in there in bed with america is there anything to be said for on the israeli side like that would like because the people there r a from what i understand why some israeli france they're quite like rain washed over there and like i wouldn't want people to think that because they live in america on where a war empire that i'm also supportive of that but there does seem to be some support out with like that mindset of people there feeling you know that their justified in their in their encroachment on palestinian territory whatever however you want to freeze it like why how are we going to change their minds and do you think that people there think that what they're government is doing is good and if so how are we going to break up the the bond you know because of america's the policeman which is a joke in itself will they're not doing a very good job please israel um so i don't late what what's the conclusion are we all just screwed we should just be happy that we don't live there or is there anything.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"They talk about the land of israel as opposed to the state of israel because the state of israel does not include the west bank by any international law or any real legitimate definition but the land of israel means that yeah we're going to ultimately annex at one day and the five million the five million palestinians that live on the west bank and in east jerusalem well just screw them fact they announced a brand new planet wu was on the front page of herat's which is the new york times of tel aviv i mean it's it's the major liberal uh israeli daily and the front pages yeah the jerusalem mayor has a brand new plan for kicking arabs out of jerusalem and what they called judaising these people's property kicking them out of their homes in literally moving right into their homes just outright stealing them at gunpoint and then bringing you know military occupation forces with them wherever they go and then they invoke zoning or whatever they want as some shady excuse to simply destroy people's property they literally bulldozed an entire hundreds zeros cemetery to build a giant museum of tolerance on top of it about the victim hood of the israelis as they're the ones victimizing and colonizing the palestinians and so there's just no way to overstate in every mine um the invasion of lebanon in 1982 and these would sometimes pull out in than invade again uh you know often on but mostly they occupied from 1982 through the year two thousand mercilessly killing people for no reason was or they made in the first place to roused out the plo without worked but then they stayed in started killing the shiite arabs who lived in the south than it was until.

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And they've colonized which america outlawed after world war to basically hitler ruined aggressive war for everybody and now the world law is you are not allowed to change your borders with aggressive force with the us will attack you and make you stop it that's basically we're the world sheriff in force in that world law except in the case of israel oh well screw you palestinians the israelis can come in and take the entire west bank and slowly but surely take all of even east jerusalem what's left of palestine controlled jerusalem and have no regard for the property rights of the people there they're not under martial law are under foreign occupation law which is no law at all and what's called of the palestinian authority sorta sounds like will maybe that's the government of palestine right no those are the trustees that rule inside this israeli prison that we call the west bank they have if you look at the population of the people who are under the control of the israeli state it's fiftyfifty arabs and jews with the arabs are divided i think twenty percent christians in eighty percent moslems um but so is an apartheid state people say oh no it's going to be an apartheid state it is an apartheid state because israel has already defacto annexed the west bank and the gaza strip they're never giving them back and as benjamin netanyahu the current prime ministers said repeatedly from the river to the seat all of this land belongs to us and he repeatedly talks i think was jonathan cook was pointing out the other day in an article.

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"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Nor will all started my previous confusion on the issue i actually in all of my studying a foreign policy in all the reading and writing and everything i was doing i put off learning about this to last because i was under the impression that they're basically fighting over god gave this land amino god gave this land to me so it's all supernatural and therefore irrational an intractable and you know basically to my months it and kind of beneath my like you know worry of trying to get into that mess not a big part of my confusion was that you know in essence the palestinians already had a state palestine was the country next door to israel and that they are constantly attempting to extort land away from israel and it was called land for peace of you give us some land we will stop flinging these horrible terrorist attackers against you right which is the narrative but of course is all muddy and unclear because reality is is at the same time the term about may be one day creating a palestinian state now there's not a palestinian state where a palestinian state would be is the west bank of the jordan river and including jerusalem and yet that land and and the gaza strip on the mediterranean sea near the egyptian border and that land has been conquered and occupied by israel since nineteen sixty seven so that was what was left of palestine after the creation of israel in nineteen forty eight in nineteen sixty seven after war that the palestinians didn't start it was really israel started the war against egypt in syria and jordan jumped in on egypt side and israel beat all three of them with american help but ever since then they've taken control of the west bank.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"We're doing exactly what arcade wanted us to do then as always explaining in the in the talk on the crews there which are really sign up for the concert cruise next year that was so much fun fun uh so what happened was uh george bush went and did what michael shore the former cia of anti al qaeda analyst are called the hopes for but unexpected gift to bin laden he went and got rid of the socialist secular infidel saddam hussein does exactly when osama bin laden call them his enemy and he went got rid of saddam hussein and he moved the front of the jihadi war 1500 miles to the west right then after bush and in doing so he gave the entire west of iraq turn it into jehadis stand basically the land of the sunni based insurgency the victims of now the american war to finish that that uprising the bush senior had incursion betrayed of george bush junior came in inside with them and help them take the capital city an eightyear civil war to kick the sudanese out of power there and and in a big sectarian cleansing campaign so kedo took basically the west of iraq created a whole new group that never existed before allocate in iraq they had been four hundred men now they were 4000 then merca basically help the shiite supermajority win that war and they said all right thanks now get the hell out of the country now qaeda fighters had actually been marginalized by the tribal authorities in iraqi suny stan who are sick and tired of their nonsense and who had stabbed them in the back and shot them in marginalize him before david petraeus ever even came and took credit for the socalled awakening which is all that was and so the jihadi threat in iraq actually had died down for a little while the dan here colmes barack obama and just like if he was the crazy ridiculous secret moslem terrorist agent that all the right wingers thought he was he took the side of the jihadists in libya and in syria in their wars against kadhafi successful against kadhafi a two thousand eleven and then there half fasts word that they've been fighting.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Then at the end of the iran iraq war saddam was flat broke the gulf states were calling in his loans he couldn't pay them back they continue to add insult to injury long story short he invades kuwait with the permission of the us but he goes too far takes the whole country so now he's in trouble so than america moves all our military bases to saudi arabia in order to wage wreck were one and then at the end of iraq war one bush senior encourage the shia and the kurds to rise up over a against saddam hussein then he realized groups that would actually be reversing the entire reaganite policy of supporting saddam to contain the irani revolution of 1979 which is the reason they supported saddam in first place i started with that anyway uh so they attacked iraq uh but then at the end when they betrayed the shia uprising in change their mind and let saddam slaughter them that became the excuse to stay in saudi arabia throughout the 1990s in order to enforce the blockade and the nofly zones over the shiite and kurdish predominant parts of iraq and then that and it's israel's a huge part of two american support for israel in their persecution of the palestinians and of the lebanese at that time was a huge part of the motivation as well as just as well just general um american support for the dictatorships of the middle east the king fahd regime in saudi arabia and hozni mubarak in egypt first and foremost there and so this was the cause of the okay to war against the united states in the 1990s it was to replicate just what they've done to the soviets which was made them into invading afghanistan so you bleed them to bankruptcy.

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And so basically the deal is at the in world war two american herited all the world's empires less the soviet union in china and their limited spheres of influence of course you know the soviets did dominate eastern europe the rest of the world had fallen into the hands of the americans and their allies slash satellites and so it's all of japan's empire in the east as well as all the british and dutch and french and german empires in africa and wherever those decolonisation and american empires sort of a different kind news knowing the neoimperialism as some other kind of unique american imperialism which is mostly sockpuppet dictators very few troops in trainers in spies but mostly bribery and blackmail and goudai tawes and um you know in the cold war uh obviously proxy wars in places like korea and vietnam and in indonesia and other places like that but most of the time just relying on the local satraps to enforce their own unique to enforce american profit motives and and and bureau motives but not so much uh you know to the extent of colonisation moving americans there for long term ownership like the british in jamaica or something like that right um it's more of an ira basis as chalmers johnson called it you mentioned korea the and this was when the you know it's it's but more of a hot topic of the moment earned most people don't realize you know people talk about gruber.

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"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pilat" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Good portrayal of yes i agree i agree i think it's actually there's nothing wrong with it again and i think especially like if you are in the field that's close to at i guess i i think you'll learn a lot all about art and also the business part of it i mean the busiest archetypal fainted like ours a large to just sit in your studio annual quote express yourself it's not even cost being show off i s i spend more time haas laying gang doing business stopped at i pains like no doubt is like paint forty percent of the time of my quote work time which just from dusk fell com on unhappy a lot of business takes time and on so yeah it said there is that that's the way it is and you know a lot of like i when they paint i read a law regarding listen to to a lot of audio boxx unloaded but artists and writers who are being very successful and a lot of people digest they don't want that address i have to make a living and onion are turning to have factorylike idle up in outgunning names for there is are just like that protest in ld factories and the you're covering up even people like warhol whole you know paint hawes doing he's i'll stop but for a long time sheila staining portray itself he's fate chance and that's how he had this all the luxury of doing really what he thought was good and he wasn't rafa decided as a whole other state amital are khawaza graphic design our ultimate aim.

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