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you. yes we turn the computer on a new select the game you want to play when you kill the killer the game allows you to go to the next level you kill the killer again you go to the next level and so on. we always try to retain the fighting techniques in the video games later on a football field we imitate the technique among ourselves. just move over this way . and i move around this way and when there's an attempt to throw a punch at me i step aside through a punch like this kick him when he falls to the ground i'll step on him. this place
is very small if it was affordable feel he'll make you laugh your head off. i was encounter manto at the time selling pure water there was this friend of mine called and a ho he was already breaking these computers apart and i asked him to show me how to collect these metals from the computers when i started with them i usually would collect the wrong metals and show them to my friends who advised that what i had collected were the wrong ones they showed me how to hit the metal against a stone a unique stone from the metal will indicate the correct metal or not. how old were you the six years yes it's worse so i don't like it i don't want my son to go out there but sometimes the situation here is so hopeless there is no money to send him off to school so on saturday he left me there to the dump say to look for some money so he can go to school on monday where making no sales does days at the
market people are not buying. what is the purpose of your work why are you working here. it's for the money it is better for us to work here than become thief stealing from other people. as for the very young boys who work here it is not good for them. and. why not let me. say this because of money that they also come here to work and they are poor however they become bad boys coming here. they don't want to go back to school but the money they make is not enough for their future. osteen's and i said they should stop bringing them because the computers we break to obtain the iron and copper bring
and kind of a camaraderie of of everybody being there if you can see what other people are bringing what they're doing to their computers how they're modern on what kind of hardware they have what operating system running quake on and so largely from walk around and get a lot why this is for what you want to do to your system. and . there's going to be a conference on the whist the title is the woods in africa. there's been organized by the us d.p.a. and another organization i see international. something up a lot of people when. i have seen the program.
this is horrible abstain the program but i haven't seen a slope for a visit to the dump site but it would be good if they can come to the dump site and see what is actually happening here. i think be a very good learning experience for the people who haven't been here. this place used to be a beautiful place the water nearby was very good for swimming but now it's a dump site i believe when i am older it'll change back in the day this is what i've done five used to look like very little actually like this my broom meandering through the wetlands. and in some pods there was also among groups you know with some trees thumbs here and but no. there's nothing to show it's all gone. the reality is also the fire dept the manufacturers will be lifesavers cannot be absolved from blame money for trace all the producers of these lives when i should
this is. the this is the here and in your body talk about it broke it was not that. sand into a big and wash your hands and into blood. so red if i threw that back in just the move ok so but after that i would just go away. so even though the soil has bathrooms when you wash should your hands. me clean this is nowhere near the truth we're talking about pollutants that are persistent reversible police and the bio accumulate you know we're talking about pollutants those three almost were able right from the soil in the food chain and also if you can both.
one of the characteristics of human being. that among other things they do they fall problems. and what it means of course to solve a problem is to be able to not only get an actor to. question their eyes in a particular situation but to find other creatures that are similar to the initial one that we. i mean. in a position to so just one concrete problem but a whole crowd of you know the average household today you don't just have one
computer you have three t.v. set so you know your thirteen year old your fourteen year old they both have cell phones your wife has a still phone you've got d.v.d. players you don't just have the one item you have a pallet or a couple pallets of items and then builds up with the new i found a new i pad coming out every every year it seems like apples are on some of the new out other companies are bringing out new l.c.d. televisions blu ray d.v.d. players you know people want to know where a culture of wanting an end to end getting so i think a lot of the old stuff the average consumer is just a joke get rid of it this is your computer it's not weight it's influence on plastics i mean it's just. you know for us it just makes so much more sense to do something like this than to do anything else but. i think the biggest thing that separates creative or cycling from the other electronics is like the other processors is our investment in technology i mean we'll show you millions and millions of dollars of investment capital investment into technology that itself
revolutionize this industry we named our first processing system david one that's kind of the answer to that the life the amount of electronics and it's kind of a process where all the materials shredded becomes out in pieces anywhere from you know up twenty to a no bigger than a silver dollar and then from there it enters a series of starvation systems and these are taken systems allow us to take a co-mingled computer that has been shredded and then separate also if you take one p.c. drop it in there you're going to get aluminum you're going to get pieces of steel pieces of circuit board pieces of copper you know as we speak there's probably about twenty six different states that have been and that have enacted some sort of law with regards to these ground and those laws are all different from state to state mentally we need to go to a bigger broader so that there's some sort. national legislation that really takes this issue and addresses it is the largest consumer of p.c.'s and i see equipment in the country is the federal government so if they can you know they can come up
with the solution at their level you know then that is going to drive it down to the state level to business interests. don't understand you correctly bad you don't believe that ad what snowden performed a public service may be in the best interest of the united states but at least in the best interest of humanity here countries don't want to turn over their playbook to the other side and that's essentially what's happened here it is true that it is heard a big debate about the role of our intelligence services in the united states i think that debate was coming anyway after nine eleven but i don't think we've had sort of anything in the interest of humanity served by this episode.
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a limp the torch relay. on r t r g dot com. i know we're going to a conference on the wisdom of the. e.u. is an offer is being organized by the u.s. the pew and then the international network for environmental compliance and then fall swims in the french conference and gone on to say every hill well i think. most puzzle offered to the first time the other international conference. is just the beginning of something good i mean does the way i see it but i'll just monitoring nothing of the real need to move from talk or rhetoric to act. not for me would symbolize something really good you know otherwise it would be the same old talk show.
received. from your propaganda doesn't mean i'm a couple. become friends against the. bars and the reason is that the prices are right on the primer full make that assessment well. like i was filming because i know the love to get in was not a hot topic and hot i'm sure you recognize it as incident as you see it here on the lakes and if you don't want to work you know i'd probably ask your ancestors for part of the world then when it was me. i say to myself would be have nothing to hide why wouldn't they want anybody to fold me you know he's all about i want his creation it all is all a ball says phase ation is all about educating people.
i just found a soft. proper deal south america incorporated. in this but i also found it also belongs to the washington metro area transit authority is simply ses property of the united states government. and i found this on the dump site here as well this is the property of a dentist aids patient and trademark office. and and also if you know this is not enough the us should know better is also part of the dumping of her brain for instance belongs to the united states environmental protection agency the us e.p.a. and i found out a dump site here. just never it just keeps coming. up so we can really recycle everything in a computer. there's no problem showing things because more costly to recycling like
a lead in the glass you know that's very close to recycle you know that's going to go away eventually because now they have the l.c.d. screen with the l.c.d. screens have mercury so that's another issue you know the mercury has to be sought if they could just come up with a better way up i would think the amount of having hazardous stuff in there it is just going to keep going to keep growing more people more transient more landfills and just will be recycled everything out of the inside. it is everybody's problem we'll have so many landfills and why you know i'd rather have a car built than another landfill and if we can keep this about a landfills we can put the items that should go into landfills but i mean recycling you know it just makes sense that smart i mean this is a mixture of c.r.t. televisions and c.r.t. monitors these are all these are obsolete they're not they're not using electronics
anymore so when they come to us we will take them and will process nice these gentlemen are taking the c.r.t. they're actually two out of it's plastic a c. and they're also being able to harness and gather that the low grade circuit more that's in the material and then we can use those they'll be processed into our precious metal refiner but the great thing about this system is it is essentially to clean the glass and turn a c.r.t. seen glass by separating the light and blast the non lighting glass and then clean it and that ensued what we would call a furnace ready glass of poland that's ready for glass to glass recycling going into the audition. he says if you want to such an add that such and bag grabs and zoom securely and the laser measures that to so that the planes are set. zoom in a certain way it goes in and makes you cuts and soon is inflated on a rotating table the other side is then cut and that's all done by laser
measurements and some great software and that was straining to make this machine after the c.r.t.'s me cut and let it last in the middle of the panel last the panel last is then clean this is furnace ready and on last night will go to a recycle or and then they will use it to make it last this is not going to you know i third world or developing country is a commodity this has a value that you know dollar value associated with. so these are people from the con friends. into the cone friends they really want to see what it is like to be other he was dumpsites you know so i decided to bring them here so they can see for themselves firsthand what it is like so do appreciate it no matilda problem and don't go back and help him please. them still the dumping of you will just fold industrialized nations countries to africa and to ghana for the. yeah i'll read you another one.
ok let's move. this bill. i mean and then we see the little you know a good. thing. somewhere. you know. oh ok ok ok so he's indicated for disposals liberal sleaze for disposal wherever it came from but this is disposal here and gone on each day about these little ones come here to expose themselves to all to come home to flame were taught in the lead you know. all the stars the complaint is that if you never think of but these are kids whose blood is also going up there is one thing to see this on t.v. i just have been told that cup of tea nuts next to it c.n.n. and change the stamps here. and she experienced the smell that that ninety three experience i mean if people would be able to smell this that we don't feel like eating peanuts anymore makes you really angry because of all angry all the first
time i can prove that my grammar was. ok so let's go. and. spoil me. if you can stop with this so now we're bridging the digital divide. you can see if it works. ok good here you go already. there is a super bug. a very. i got to. say we're not going to solve this problem you know by their credit that all thirty of us will say no and by the young people we're going to ask this girls. that were you know when you're hot when you see you complain around the board going boniva it's so i thought goats or it was cool and
they're going some books will reduce. the thing i mean certainly there's the hostile stop sometime there. are enough is enough i think the roof poisoned enough children it will also poison the earth the soil everything else is just going to go on like. you know in a little responsibility on the risks with the industrialized nations absolutely the bloody manufacturers there are the right parts for the manufacturers they really have to come in and see what to do to people's lives it's not inevitable just that it's environmental racism based on feelings that angry. you know the first will the scale in the third world so badly it's so unfair. to have all those. also know this well being old is techno. undersold is of people who really die from it and interestingly. it is illegal to put in some landfills in the states
and yet it is legal and the bird good idea to bring them here to africa where we don't have any proper recite we don't even have any recycling facility at all so it is not a gun at. all these are small. to see we all share the belong to all of us. one of the oldest wanted to get to good lives. below principles. to do you enjoy your work. and you. know i don't like this job it makes us sick. i'll stop when i'm fifteen or eighteen years old or something like. what type of work will you do then. i'll go to church and look for a job when i'm twenty years old i'd like to be a reverend father holding on to the truth of god makes me want to become
a priest so that one day when i die god will bring me to heaven to ensure a cause. you know we as a society need to get away from the charming ways we've created this like me don't even use that term me waste because none of this you see here is a is a waste it's all a commodity i mean there's nothing here that isn't a computer and it isn't a printer and it isn't a theme or it isn't a v.c.r. d.v.d. player it is rather ironic that we're using new technology to handle the old technology and yesterday that's going to be a continual cycle the next day we're probably machinima cycle this technology and we're going to get bigger and better. elim. let. your floor.
why is the price of gold so high right demand global demand do you think oldest money. know the value of the only place we have to live of the water that we need to survive it's not compared to bill i mean gold we're not going to eat gold we're not going to bait with gold. we're not going to drink up what clearly what amal is and is in
a desperate economic situation absolutely right what we're wrong to do is say there for any kind of economic development from the outside is going to be a benefit their only purpose is to extract as much money as possible to feed into the global financial system. with me or part of the geo political economic system that's extremely exploited or. first of all is a question whether mining should even be carried out altogether can it be done in a way which doesn't destroy people's lives resources environment and so on well you know those are pretty serious questions mining is not a what a moment problem it's happening in asia in africa and south america in central america in mexico and it's even happening in canada and the united states.