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have billions, if not trillions of periodical cicada is interacting with tens of millions of human beings in their backyard. oh, my god. obviously, some of the cicadas do not have very high tolerance for alcohol because they are already passing out. are 6 minutes a 400. i mean, that's very satisfying and well, to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful,
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very political time. time to sit down and talk. oh right now, there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or obese. it's profitable to sell food that is fatty and sugary and faulty and addicted. not at the individual level. it's not individual willpower. and if we go on believing that will never change as obesity epidemic, that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment, ah, what's driving the reason for them it, it's corporate. mm me
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. ah, ah. i me ah ah, my grandfather came to this country in the early 19 hundreds.
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he ended up buying this piece of land in the early twenties and the homestead at this area. mm winters can be very brutal. summers can be very hard. it's hard work me we live right on the lake here. so we did a lot of fishing and hunting. and as i got older i realized how incredible this was where most kids growing up didn't get this. i where we wanted to keep it in the name. ah, ah, ah, andrew was really proud of his car and it was his baby.
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ah, i feel when i hear that he's still around me. it came kind of field or of how we felt when he was driving the car, even just sit and it makes me cry came just feeling how much i miss and i the next
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day today it was one of the 1st time. so i'm actually seeing the footage of it happening and watched it happen. the way that andrew was approached was quick, silent without warning relate, well yeah, i think he was a bowie college kids party, their smoke pot, they drink beer. i think that he was an easy target for them. you can't tell anybody or more people that know if that where it gets all you know was i do know is going to work with you. you can't tell anybody you can't tell your parents. you can't tell your friends, you can't talk to an attorney, you just need to come and talk to me the, actually, the max was 40 years or 40 years out to where, why are you have to go by marijuana for individuals?
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and then, you know, depending upon how you do and so forth, you know, a lot of this could go away. i was scandalous. i was, i never seen anything is bad. it is a good possibility that you really get person present time if you don't. yeah, there just, once you learn more of the background, you can understand why someone who had never really been in trouble and was only 20 and trying to get your college would be scared to death. this is way too dangerous for him to be doing fairly. they put him in harm's way, fast. we cleared up faster, you can get yourself. this wasn't right, this is corrupt. they believed him. so i'm not going to be. i know that i read them off me on
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the life on the farm. you learn the circle of life, cattle or morn and cattle die and you're always hoping for a good crop. it's very calming and stressful at the same time. me, north dakota, it's a wonderful place to raise kids and we knew that we want to be parents at some point ah,
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right on top of the hills where they shoot the fireworks off. usually it's on the 5th of july and there's hundreds of boats out there. and it's beautiful. and we like to take the jet ski and come up the crick here. there's no group of 4 or 5 of us that come up here. ah, was fun. nicholas came to live with us and the situation entailed that we adopt nicholas. then in there, my sister was having a really bad part of her life. it just wasn't good. and then my parents came up with the idea that we adopt town. so we said, yeah, we would, you know,
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pay can and so that's how we came to live with us. like else he was, i'm on a year old. i think when we got him and that was in like 89. so it was pretty early in our, in our marriage, 7 years after we were married, andrew came along. ah, nick, welcome to his little brother. oh, he was such a proud, big brother. even though they were 7 years apart actually, i think that was really a good spread. you gave me, i thought it for you guys. i'm not sure it's not something to ride on me.
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nick when he was a country boy, good hard worker. wasn't really all going at all quiet boy. the nick was working at the store that day and i left at noon to be in a golf tournament and it was during the summer, so he was working. and i'll never forget. as i walked out the door, he was leaning on a carry out, a grocery carry, a cart said, good luck today mom. i see it tonight and i said yeah, around midnight and he goes up. help. oh, he got involved with his local gallagher lived a couple miles from here. just got to there one year anniversary and he was gonna make supper for all of us. oh. ready ready ready ready
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on. ready ready the me i read years where my son lost his life right here. or i is getting tabitha in a car together. oh, i don't know exactly what happened to sure. you know he's got broad sighted by a train on 5060 miles an hour. i don't know if they were
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moving around or something and you know, there teenage kids exactly what happened but it was terrific or. ready leisure children, we just kinda relied on him up for a lot. so it wasn't just losing my son, like lucian kept my farming operation. i don't use it. great son. i shut down. i didn't work for 6 months. andrew and i went to grief counseling. just it was because of andrew that i found st. back. mike, somebody's gotta take care of this kid. oh yeah.
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oh whopping. in small town, people know each other and pretty close knit community. i would say there's not a lot of crime. you know, that was a lot of the cell, you know, to mom and dad bringing their, their, their, their young adults to their campus. this is a brand new experience for a lot of them treating. i president john richmond and i want to welcome you for the north dakota state college of science. we hope that the heart and soul of washington is the north dakota state college of science. it is where north dakota and the region come shopping for trade and tech. it is this melting pot of ranchers, of farmers, you've got nurses, you've got dental,
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you've got diesel mechanics, you've got electricians. i mean, you can come out and make a very good living. right away, but then there was the 99.8 or some crazy big job placement afterwards and that really caught my attention. so looks like a good place to go on like wow, as where you meet your friends around forever. this is where you is, where you're, everything happens, you're for years that every person gets the lives and it's going to be the best use your life. oh, i had no idea what i want to do. i have a teacher that says i want to be a truck driver. ironically. back guys or financial survival guys. housing bubble.
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oh, you mean the downside? artificially little mortgage would not get carried away. i was calling to report ah, the ah . ah. the me
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we thought ours fairly casually, we would more often than go out in the car and just go for a little cruise because more times it out there was a top driving around the parking lot for the college so that's what they're looking for. so we can not very smart just to sit in the car and there. so we just go and drive around a bit and come back. nothing didn't hurt anybody saw in the worse it did to us or just put us on the couch, watch movies, those are camera blazing. fun will be doing joy video will help you out of the race or
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is there individual that you know on campus or tower or whatever they can buy from probably about else that would be more reasonable. that would be more reasonable to say your trans all makes money, a campus new more in just 2 people to get out a level. so tell me public enemy number one in the united states is drug abuse. drugs are menacing. our society, substance abuse is a serious challenge for our nation addiction breaks. hearts destroys families and keeps our citizens from fulfilling their god given potential. what's the war on drugs? it's part of the attitude of the nation, not just of,
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of north dakota. war on drugs were on drugs and it got to be something that you could get elected with you know, you had to be tough on crime. tough find crime. tough. foreign crime will selling marijuana in north dakota is a crime. and so, you know, you start seeing the feds put out more and more money to empower that. and so what happens is, it's like, you know, there's the money, go get the money. we can have another officer too if we have the money. and so therefore we're dealing with this and we're part of the world. ah, we had done a couple of stories about them making drug laws stiffer. they had this enhanced campus related drug lot. so basically if you have a little bit of weed that would maybe be a misdemeanor, if you're on a school campus that could be a felony. and so i think that their thought process and that was ok. let's
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prosecute people who are selling to students, or let's prosecute people that are doing something that is going to impact young kids. rather than just the average adult out on the street. the local law enforcement was able to go onto a campus where they're that has its own law enforcement agency. they had essentially unfettered access to the dormitories on the dfcs campus. and they could go into the hallways. and to the end to the dorm rooms, this just seems like an unconstitutional situation. me moving off in the number of police blew me away. i was the 1st thing i thought was like, there's a car. they get every block is kinda he used to the
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imminent danger of the police coming and knocking and find you and you just kind of don't care me. i think we had a long night before, and i know we were both sleeping the viper off and we had a knock on the door and the heck is not anything. somebody call me if they're coming over or something. but so i got up and i open the door, i'm on the whereas 2 policeman and what the heck is going on here? yes, we can search a room really? yeah. i guess you're here. so we just, we opened up the door and they came in and i sat on my bed and sat on his bed and they searched the room for a while and they turned on finding a little tiny grinder. i didn't even know isn't there neither sadder i knew when they found that they looked at me and then you can go to class. they shoot me away right away. it's kind of odd that i went to class and came back from class and i asked him about andrew, what happened?
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whatever happened about days like nothing, just don't tell anybody about it and just hushed me right away and i didn't tell me not tell anybody. i did mention something to eric just briefly afterwards because i was in shock that happened of wasn't ready for it for sure me. drew ahead whispered something to me in private with just the 2 of us. something by the cops. they came in search to our room and i think it's weird, like, you know, but that was something i felt like have happened to anybody threw into classes like so i didn't, i didn't know and i just assumed it was fine. more of every day was in campus, police force me i
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i gave them a big hug and thanked him for helping me. and he says, and i asked what he's going to do and he says, i gotta, i gotta go down. i gotta date. oh, so hard them and said, i told him i loved him and he told me last me and got his current away. last last time i seen me .
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i remember it was after class. we started heading back to norm's land. static got a call and he's like a party later nosing now, i guess walked up the stairs and he said, i'll come get you when i'm ready. and i sent her a few later man, 11 flight of stairs. and now as it did for the end of the night as nightcap, i take sad, i can, hey, do you want to saga cigarette or something? so got me and andrew was up in the room and we went up and met with dru. and andrew had a movie, so he just put it on and kind of bought the movie and sat there and nothing seemed weird. all like, just hanging out like every other day ever. ah, when the movie is over, i remember i was pretty ready for bed. and then eric america went back to his room and static was ready for bed. and then he got up and he's like,
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i had to go sometimes he'd go out and tardy was the girl i met. and he asked me, even if i wanted to come with him, i'm already have asleep, man, you gotta do it. i'll be, i'll be here when you get back when he wasn't there, when i woke up and looked over his, i wasn't better than go see him in class in the morning. so dried don, nothing on me, injury class and static wasn't a class. i mean, he's late, sometimes there was like, so it wasn't like alarming. maybe he's, you know, with this girl or something, you know, no big deal. go to lunch. ah. throughout the day, you didn't find any more tags or me and all the friends coverage constantly kind of pestering them all day, try and send them, snaps a text and stuff throughout the day. just petition for reply trying to see where a friend is as a day went on, we got a class with a supper with paul marsh. and i remember him specifically making more of
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a big deal about it than either of us. it just wasn't like us to not tax back, not answer, snapshots. that's back on the stamps. i still have the whole they can, you can see if they open that thing and you i don't think he was opening anything. were like that's weird. i think we weren't connecting dots like this is not right. the next day were like, dude, again, call someone like it was for lunch or like all ago. see if we can get his mom parents, phone number from the college. so we went over there and we just asked to take, can we get statics, parents, phone numbers, so we can get ahold of them and just see if he's at home or something. so they kind of freaked out right away. they're like, well, you don't know where your friend is. you don't know like what worries out like what was last time you saw me? we were like, do we just got him in so much trouble? ah. friday at noon. the phone rang and they asked for andrew and
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they didn't identify themselves. and i don't know why andrews way at school and they're like, this is a school and said that he was missing. and i'm like, when you mean missing his on campus, he lives on campus, hopefully be missing and she said he's missing and i want to put it on the news and i'm like put it on the news if he's missing. oh, word has gotten to us at the mighty $790.00 camp geo into our newsroom, and a young man named andrew static has gone missing. andrew is a student at the north dakota state college of science. now, if you're wondering how andrew static looks, please go to k of g o dot com for that. let's help find out. i had the feeling who's bad. instantly i knew his band,
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and of course we tried calling them and texting them and ah, i mean, maybe you skipped a class or 2, but the missing for a day without letting us know what's going on. that wasn't, it wasn't andrew. and one of the never happened to me. so then right then and there was some, some good ah, we decided to drive down there and see what's going on because we knew it was more serious than jim just taken off. all friends gathered on the campus of n dfcs today baffled why, why would you just do this? so close graduation. you know countless searches and still nothing. we've never had a student missed this long term. most of them we find within 24 hours. so it's been very, very frustrating. we're in campus police sergeant halligan's office and
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jason weber came in all helga and said that jason webber was the one in charge. and that andrew was in a lot of trouble with drugs. and i was like trouble with drugs. andrew, the the so what we try to do is really to leverage on the knowledge of this partners from developed countries. and they offer free of charge services to both. but it was so we asked, this is sort of a broker 12 teams from developing an emerging countries to get access to the state
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. because clearly one of the shows one of the show stoppers is the cost of the launch in the operation. the join me every thursday on the alex simon show. and i'll be speaking to guests in the world, the politic sport business and show business. i'll see you then. mm . oh right now there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or obese. it's profitable to sell food that is fatty and sugary and faulty and addicted. not at the individual level. it's not individual willpower. and if we go on believing that will never change as obesity epidemic,
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that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment, ah, what's driving the obesity epidemic? it's corporate. mm. the, this weekend protested clash with police in central paris with water kind of fight angry demonstrators. thousands have been rallying nationwide against government plans to make cobit parts is mandatory in public places as infections rise. looking back to some of the other big stories we brought even the past week, a chilling effect on media freedom. and it's a reaction to a dropped british law which could threaten investigative journalists with prison if they exposed state secrets plus the.


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