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friends currently stands after recent events. but what's interesting about the lease documents for the wall street journal published is that they show quite clearly that facebook is in decline and knows it's in the car. and so you see all these desperate measures of attempting to attract pre teens and children, i mean even children. so there is a kind of convergence of several bad instances. i mean, not just to shut down by any trust effort to break it up, coupled with now what these lead documents show is and understanding by facebook officials, that crest of the wave is now added downwards, that facebook is not infallible. and what's up is definitely not infallible. what's that also came under scrutiny because there were reports that even though they claim that user messages were encrypted, that they were actually sending some user data to authorities in order to help with different types of prosecution. so if there's a message to take away from this, i think it is absolutely that we should be very skeptical. the claims that facebook
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whatsapp, you know, all the subsidiaries are making about their ability to keep your, your data private. because clearly it seems like they can't, at least for the moment, i keep their sites even online. that's how the weekly looks this sunday here are not international. could to have you company this morning. what have movie with oh, is your media a reflection of reality? in a world transformed what will make you feel safe, isolation or community? are you getting the right way or are you being that somewhere? direct?
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what is true? what is faith? in the world corrupted, you need to descend to join us in the depths or remain in the shallows of inviting shaped banks, concur. some of those with dares sinks, we dare to ask ah,
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green water. and we go through the streets that i will say are some of them make them feel that they are fellow human beings, people in the communities in front of them? i think you breed, i was water. anybody else? i started same water. that's the start point. the burning the trust of the connection that they had lost with read bill if you need to
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get with the low flashy city in front of you. we have 2 blocks from the old of auto pilot and this is where we are pretty much in the slums. a blog and up with medicaid, with my wife and i got everything with
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a guy you got all. * those words, yeah. hey, my work line. now with i know so many vibrant, beautiful homeless people and there's a saying that homelessness is a temporary condition. so it's not, it's something that you experience. it's a phase of your life, but it's not who you are. you don't say i am a homeless. you say hi, i am homeless right now. i won't be forever. i wasn't before and i won't be forever .
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you say we're lots. know, i've got a map out law. yeah. but we don't know why we don't we. i know where we're going. like no back back. thank you. you can help
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me. ah. okay, here we go. i own here. they do. they have been i've never been homeless my entire life. until a year and a half ago, i am on the street. i live on the street, so i'm not sad. i'm actually happy. i work every day towards my dream. i don't think anything is hopeless. i just happen to live on the street. haven't found enough consistent income for me to have
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a place to live or somebody to stay with me? probably zation is what we're doing. and we've been talking about this for awhile and improve is in there. we're improving. we're starting with nothing with only what we've got. we're improving take the top of the homelessness. josh, okay, all right. here we go with the use of the topic homelessness. so we're moving around right around with the topic of homelessness. we are going to present a piece that we call stop and go oh see we're trying to go with a lot of people don't realize. i think that word has a lot of jame or guilt or something surrounding it. hopeless. i heard the term home
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was not a lot of people hear that word it's, it's not their fault. they just think that they can't do stuff because of that word isn't life i chose, this is what i want. it's like everything went at once, all at once. first it was my job, then it was my family feeling was my savings. i have nothing. i have nothing and it's not like i don't try. i look for resources, i look for jobs. i look for everything i can to make this pass and i end up doing is passing time. every day we say every day knocking on the door of some church. what i want more than this. someone told me there was more oh my god, i am so tired of the smell of urine everywhere. i can't get away from it. somebody give me life or something. it's not enough. there's like enders down the street everywhere. trash. so many get me out of this place and we're not going to
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leave any food on the brown. but if someone is sleeping, we at least want to leave a water for them by their 10. and if the women would please take the feminine product, because that makes more sense. i think there's a bag for everybody now. more or less. right. okay. i hear you. yes. i was like i remember. yeah. okay, let's go with the nice thing to give away with an hour and
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a half. right. i remember everybody's doing ohio and there's a what chair meal dedicated itself to is at least let's not have people starve or become dehydrated on the street. water to breathe with that is no such solution other than to educate people that these are somebody's son, daughter, brother, father, mother who it on the street. we need to give them a hand to get them off.
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in one of the 193 neighborhoods. the best donuts in los angeles. i don't want them to get on. i don't know if you're thinking way too much and it's obvious that this group has been like eric shaking his head. we don't think in here. it's okay. it's okay. we get out of our heads, we trust our instincts, our guts are stories don't think, don't think sometimes i look homeless. sometimes i don't. sometimes i tell people i told people i was on the street before they say i, you don't look like it as i have a smile my face happy,
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i'm excited and i'm happy because i'm doing, i'm living, i'm living, i'm not making any excuses. i have things interests, i'm in and i pursue you're very welcome. people should not be on the street in the richest country in the world or so we have some food and water. they can have a breed of ways. one rudo got there, but yeah. one spicy with welcome. okay. i was strong. faith believing god. i go to church. i read the bible lot. i keep my
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head focused on the bigger picture. i pray constantly pray i do things for other people. that's a big one. mm i choose a jew tight. jimmy got me shoes, free from the salvation army to where i had johnny with where you had body over my insurance. yeah. right on get your current on the cab. i got my car and all . yeah baby. alright. are you good? good, good. already knowing tonight's nice night. on the bed sitting on the bench. you got it doretha right od yadi. thanks again body. your love?
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yeah. all right. ah sweet guy. with join me every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. i'll be speaking to guess when the world of politics spoke. business i'm show business. i'll see you then. oh ah ah,
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i try and help people. if there's one thing you should do when you're on the street, if you want to get better, if you want to feel better, you gotta do something for other people. gotta find some way to serve people. if you have skills, use your skills and what you have to help people with one joins for personal do whatever you can help to be serviced. and that's why i think i'm so happy. one of the reasons i'm always sharing night and thank you for this evening. jesus name, we ask you to bless us with the holy spirit are gathered here under your roof,
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father, god, we ask you to lift us, guide us at all times. father, god, help us. stay up in aware of your presence goddess. always thought of god. keep out any negativity. and phyllis with positivity goes with love, joy, hope, in peace. jesus name, amen. ah . oh.
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but when the historians begin to write this chapter of american history is going to be a very sad chapter. every shameful chapter, though we didn't treat our neighbors right. ah, ah, we made a mistake. quick
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a mirror let they wanna play one good yes i was just that survey i one door and one thing did okay, lemme monet johnny the whole gail surf where an enable then he got our and he'll be there okay, is it an official collect the thing i was told that it was mindy circle made it, he said the length of monthly and, and the lindsey less than he had when i called on complet. okay. okay. a service and i then to because im or less and to because again i left mina. okay. the law.
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okay. which is the mothers is the 3rd hi. good morning. the for has, this is mira good. how are you doing? and i just wanted to let you know that we just received a missing person from somebody that only can iowa just in case you have seen somebody with his description. he is a 22 years old, paid between $66.67 in to fall. the only distinctive feature that he has is that the 2 in his 4 arm with the name ah matter. yeah. that's a quarrel. yes, i don't know which arm is because of the family can remember. yeah, that's the only thing that he has. he doesn't have any factors or dental work. he was feeling okay. he went just travelling with a group. thank. he came back to try to help her pregnant women and all the guy. and
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the last name that the a i found is can somebody the letters last tuesday totally pulling cruises. wetland components is here. 2 could you, i just want to they was dna. bella, for seneca call. notice that they saw lots of procedures are closed tomorrow. i was just replying to las cruces, can you or will no sound really uses to live with the san no monica, the young man real. mm. no. monica kid. him witcher. let me think as soon as he,
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but what should happen is the person i'm where he ate impulsive is i'm wondering how some grand event to look a persona or work to keep a person. but as i am working, getting ready in last year out of the latitude, i disappointed or genius of amelia a . he who seemed vanity, who had a serious, also kiss i would give us ah, well, there's 3000 bodies that we have found about 2000 names there by 3,
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but a 1000 that we don't have a name, but are, but now they now they're doing dna sampling, you know, from, from families and from the bones. so now we'll be able to match those, the, they samples and, and identify some people. but sometimes all we find is just one bone and his, and the bone could be there for 10 years. so it's very difficult to make a match we just from one moment. okay, we have struggled over time with how to examine these remains. what to do with the remains of people who we are are not able to identify. we try to gather whatever information we can about them to compare against missing persons report that we may
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receive up to including comparing dna to family members. if we are in contact with them to see if they are related to the remains that we have recovered about 86 percent of the people that we found have been male and most of them are in their twenties or thirties. this is a demographic of people that are crossing usually for work or for family reasons. not with a large group of family members seeking amnesty ah, these are the 4 people who pull the trigger. i survive something and survival
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wireless. the wireless things that i had to face was not having a face and i had a low expectation to life. i accepted accept the fact that i made that work. we had no fears. jell change pre fashion, 4 shots, different stories behind the bullets. ah, but here's a glow to call upon. we're a different today or more violent than ever before. 20 years ago, they really turned out to stick with central press for so park problems to they did not have non principle at all except that deal with quincy bulky and has their own interest. but years ago, there was some sort of kind of dialogue with the others to see what they can do today. they are so kind of restrict limited pre checked up your chicken, one cabinet from one distinct fall question and from,
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from inside question do just completely concentrate on west sculpus top part of on when i see black america, i see part of my so when i was growing young black american spoke to me when white australia did not have those who say black lives matter is a movement, we are importing from america. know nothing of who we are. i lived in a world where white lives mattered. and i was not wise. like ms. newman and i wasn't known from black america. i learned how to speak to wire a bridge or people dear. i'm more every day. we're out loaded system. now with the police were out war with 2 states. i'm scared that more children are gonna grow up
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in a country like think says no racism, but they're more likely to end up in the criminal justice system than there although fellow friends in daycare in the so is it shake the way care and i say we march 20 years since the u. s. and its allies invaded afghanistan, toppling the taliban regime. and now in the wake of the american collect, any questions is still being asked violence that still on the right or so this i ramp and gas prices scale down in europe after russia pledge is to place supplies to move though hasn't stop us politicians from blame in moscow for the crisis and the often chance for sebastian kurtz, quick to submit allegations of embezzlement and bribery.


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