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danny webb's awesome you're given that too because you're giving us when they're happy you're happy happy life happy wife the same thing as happy customer happy happy joy. i'll be going to this interview today a whole day's market my resume on me and i'm hoping that i will be able to be successful in this interview today will be able to make good money and gain new responsibilities in life from my so my future. yes sir. i do but it's not to ever store. whichever one could i can just take a bus if you want to. because i think that's right. there. you. see one of the without. that question but.
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it's shipley they said we'll be getting a call back. for an interview that i have come to today and. i'm hoping that they take me. just let me know this is my family guy he you know brother key you know he said by. this young boy right here he was off to change the guard change his life this is brendan this is my god's son 6 money murders a blow i started work with him he changed his life and these are brothers that i trust the type of things that we've been doing trying to take our stories and share it with people and let people know. pace mistakes letting people know that people
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can change current situation don't have to be a final destination feel good to be able to stay and he make a crazy to say but i can also stay in here as dr to somebody who is going to keep on fighting against injustice keep all fighting you know against the way that young men are going to prison the way to begin gun day all the way to be losing their lives in the streets. this clip was. a clip they have different bleeds with different levels. each bully
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goes in she show like this is a one of the cut is just the clueless one a list of. the most influence thing. to do. it must be in a uniform everything must be the average school good is 30 minutes every barber has a different set in the well from philadelphia school district bring. because it shocks to his. trial and error message of a lot of that's the only way you get good as a barber you got a mess. of these lines. and you get good teachers i have one. when i was locked up it was a bunch of young guys and they was really good and they got good fats and we see good pay cigarettes to say sure if we want to be a good barber. well you just want to make cigarettes i want to go barbara he said are don't make don't curr here food for the cigarettes. nothing but you me he said
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don't come here for the cigarettes focus will be in a group or. so and that's what i do. they want to talk about israel should be only a story should. know this reality every day these are grabbers every day so my usual wig on the next day is that this. 2 1 guy may get really i do so and i'm outside every day in a bad choice i was out to get from around niggas gotta come together you know speed of my life you gotta go up and then get worse.
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i was one of the younger people when he was writing the series the wire no mel was my father i was out he part of the problem and in the main asking for god to give me a 2nd chance in the mitchell courthouse buildings 10 minutes before i was to get sentenced to 15 years and god gave me a miracle. and system and i've been trying to work with brothers trying to try to see how i can help it's like if people don't get the story dale know that this type of stuff is even having a very real say like nobody don't know that you got a couple kids around the corner all they got is own is a noodles in the hook up they'll know what day that you're going to have to hey a kid is maybe out there trying to get a little play and the state of. russia. is doing in the.
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a lot of times made for really a lot of do they die over a live ball in a pocket made like i had seen a person with 815000 ballot contract when a thing is down to for the humans in the pretty dialogue means 28 hour arguments and. you know what i'm and i appreciate you taking the time to even say so because you know the 1st thing is some i see you know care for some by the police as saying i want to see. somebody out there ok i feel like that's. a little worse situation than you. would like and i would see it's like riots i just want to see a lot more people like. young. i
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was actually worked in which people to have any more disability and i got fired from that job and i was sitting for about a couple months wondering and being a mailman was always something that i always thought would be a great job for me something that i would sit in. but if i can say if i if i was able to do it over and if i was a little bit smarter i would have been a psychology major in a sociology minor i think that you know would coincide pretty good but everything but actually in a sociology major and being a mailman it kind of works with this because i'm working with society the whole time. you have to work like a slave whenever you 1st start. i consider you. hard i think you're more or less just a work in slave no they'll have you this working hours on top of hours and if you
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can survive the one that and working all day long and not know where to go. sorry i have a package that i have in the truck for you i don't think i'm going to drive up to you i reckon you meet all kinds of people it's all cards some you would like to think are racist because you see people get out their cars and i'll see you coming in no hard and it seems like they'll hurry up and run into the house like they don't want to they don't want to talk to your get your mail or anything like that whenever you don't have a job trying to find a job is a job that some people can can be like discouraged from from getting a certain job because they don't want to take drug screens or anything like that it is difficult to find a job when you don't have one. reason
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long time switching jobs because i know we're going to have the views that it's harder now because they judge me on the way the color of my skin basically has my color speeds before my worst. days and they look for a job interview me the job interview to look for you dressed nice but they're not realizing that everybody wants to dress like that everyone has a different preference i have a dress there's just some people who are more laid back they'd rather wear sweatpants and shoes and just a t. shirt and then maybe i had over their head to have whatever haircut i had or if they didn't do their hair they're more worried about i'm getting. getting ready for the day that person got
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a brother been just came to which means they obviously had good thoughts if you got a sad and told me you were never taught anything eventually i'm going to believe that so more of that black people listen to the white people because they do all life you know i mean like they do there for so long that now that they don't know how to act. descriptions sound up even for the owners so how to choose just pet food industry is telling us what to feed our pets really more based on what they want to sell us necessarily good for the pet turns out may not be the best people believe we have the animals that have you know diabetes in arthritis they have auto immune disorders allergies we are actually creating these problems it's
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a huge epidemic of problems all of them i believe can be linked to very simple problem. program they can watch the whole episode on all website dot com but we're going to go back to the g 20 now as russian president vladimir putin and japanese prime minister shinzo off by giving a joint to me chipping thing at the and of the g. 20 summit that's. a mox 1st of. all a ball process and kowtowing but again i'd like to welcome you here japan japan. my . soccer. brothers c.c. to your native city of st petersburg. and it is a blow to welcome you here. the city you tied to the city which
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you love but you just signed a number of agreements. among them was the concept on japanese companies participation in the arctic as p.g. project which is to develop the russia's arctic region. held both sides to achieve good economic results also in the city of her barros could a number of projects will be implemented together now after i suggested my 8 point plan of cooperation over to you i would produce have been born all of these 3 years and we are determined to continue this win win cooperation. we had a number of goals for chief to increase the number of tourism coming to japan and to russia to do that we. are going to work more on the economic.
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exchanges between the universities people and people relations in general and this change of culture has just completed her now we seem to start of the into regional change here which is going to take place next year soccer in st petersburg is celebrating. the anniversary of signing. their sister agreement and we are determined to work more on the track and we hope more contacts will be established on top of that starting most in town but this year. japan plans to alleviate disease or issue for russia's businessmen according to the 8 point plan of cooperation the special my show will be granted to russia. with the procedure for russia's universities in order to
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enhance youth to youth relations because they will be determining our future relations. last month's 2 plus 2 meeting took place. and then the follow up to that meeting a number of quarter. already taken place all of them. aimed at ensuring stability and security also japan and russia work together to answer to additional and new threats and challenges such as drug trafficking manu laundering and other issues that i'm a put in the eye or welcome the active. future peace treaty. and we are to speed up these talks based on the joint declaration. signed the 1956. mool continue your talks on this issue further
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on. in addition today we confirmed. our sincere determination to find a solution to the problem of the lacking peace treaty. there can be done by establishing an. order necessary for economic co-operation and joint economic activities on the islands which has been agreed upon by the 2 sides for the economic operational this for oil and we are working hard together to be implemented a number of projects today that were put in the i agreed. on the. number of projects one of them has to do with ways to cycle again this autumn will be starting a pilot project which will help russia specialists come to japan and vice versa all that would be to cater to the issue of waste management also we do appreciate the
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recent cardoso on the legal framework. in the houseman which can speed up. joint economic activities on the islands also we have a very robust bilateral work on this track and we are to. have the people to visit de burgh so their fathers and mothers which is going to be arranged in autumn in the member last year we agreed on this plan. and we have very active talks as i said on the peace treaty and today we had a very frank conversation on a number of issues. one of them ace the future of the other peace treaty. over 70 years we.
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may be living with so much problems between us and it is difficult to overcome all this problems now but we are determined to do that let me put it and i do understand the true digic the importance of reinforcing the relations between japan and russia and signing such a peace treaty would be a very good foundation for further growth in order to do that we need to apply concrete steps which. are possible only. if we exercise our will and we have that strong political will which we can. confirm together and today i do believe that ladder pretty and i we will take a stab after a step to move forward on this or to make relations between our countries even better and thank you for your attention now.
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we kindly ask to introduce ace remarks on a portion of russia prime minister ladies and gentlemen the 1st and foremost my dear since i would like to congratulate you on the successful completion of the she 20 summit i would like to thank you for the invitation to visit japan. coinciding in time with the g 20 summit here in a soccer. we have already taken part in the ceremony which wrapped up the exchange years. and we are to have a working. dinner later on which will bring together has the ministries and generation sees which have to do with copper ration between russia and japan i would like to note that the prime minister and i we have discussed the
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whole there are a of our bilateral. talks of cooperation we discuss regional and global issues we've signed a number of documents and these documents are aimed at their spending our cooperation across the board japan. is a very important partner for russia we do your best to establish when when the relations with japan respecting each other's interests and. our neighbor really. liking one month ago there was a meeting of the 2 plus 24 months. being together as a foreign ministries and the heads of muses of defense who also have very or robust into parliamentary ties as well as we see that the trade has been coming up last year it grew by 17 percent. and this year we've seen already 7 percent rise and that is a testament to the fact that the into
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a governmental commission we have is working very successfully and the projects which we signed off on are being developed all that thanks to the 8 point plan and the russia strategy for cooperation expansion today we adopted the joint statement on our future work. just on these 2 tracks japanese technologies and the best ones well help russia to promote a number of national produce and we see that the japanese businesses continue to take tremendous interest in working in russia over 200 companies from japan are currently working in the russian market we also think that the work of the russian japanese investment father is also quite connect commandable investors and entrepreneurs from japan took place in the party in the same because
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because i mean for him and we will also be looking forward to seeing his job and his carlos de. leddy rostock economic forum we cooperate mostly in the field of and the region other related fields and japanese companies are part of this to project their knowledge japan will be also a part of. our. arctic specie to project. document says for $3000000000.00 of investments from japan it to russia as for us artem. saddam helps to mitigate the consequences of the fukushima incident helping to find new ways to. clear aside and assess the fuels we also have very good cooperation in the high tech industry where greed to build a number of cannons facilities in russia. starting the production of
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diagnostics and save a quick moment. also we are to the way down the europe japan high speed transmission cable which is going to run from the whole it could to niigata also we have very good cooperation in infrastructure and transport. dacian industry we heard you seen that these rude coming from russia is a very favorable way for to produce the goods to be delivered to europe in 2020 we will be celebrity in the exchange years of regional exchanges we agreed to do that exactly today. when i believe the peace treaty to. noting that the 4 ministries of the 2 countries have
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succeeded in establishment a very substantive dialogue on this sensitive he had very important issue these dollars is going to be continued we believe that we are to work hard and. diligently to put the relations on to a new level because exactly this work is good to help us to build greater trust and . create a liking between the peoples created this way here via modified a mutually acceptable solutions on even most sensitive issues it is important that we made progress our list. the joint economic activities we have agreed to you projects already and a number of other projects are in the works several pilot. projects are going to be carried out so we paid special attention to the korean peninsula he sure i briefed
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. but on the outcomes of the 23 if they are meeting with the north korea. we believe that the nuclear issue is may be settled but the should be settled only through peaceful means by means of diplomacy and politics and we need to engage all stakeholders in a dialogue on this way we can ensure security and growth of this region which is important to all of us and in conclusion i would like to again. deeply thing for i minister in all given east carlos for a very warm welcome and for a very substantive talks which we had over this day thank you very much. yeah i was there we're just watching. the japanese prime minister walk off stage
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there following their joint media conference following talks just that was really ending their participation in the g. 20 summit this year of course hosted by japan will be wrapping up the main points of that and plenty more from today saturday off from osaka over the next number of hours but time for a short break here in our international us. so
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race. and spearing dramatic development only. exists i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. and. i think the reason that they have now that attacking iran so far it's not that they didn't want but i would say that they couldn't do it thinking of a short and quick war with iraq but i would say that that would not be the case trump said that if they wanted to they would have killed about $150.00 people in the rain inside but the question comes to me is that america is a country in the past by nuclear bombs do they really care about killing 150 people
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. in their own birds or in their. own words if you will so. i'm very good. because the people. you're screwed. if it is a competitor did. you see mathematics move. to manage to finish it oh my best proof. there are has been. a god since with. any. new donated. skin or. any.
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other kind of open system definition in the head and in a certain random shit. my son miss doing drugs my nephews was still in drugs my sister just with doing drugs it was like an epidemic of drug abuse america's public enemy number one in the united states is drug abusers he started one at the users in a prison population sewer we started treating sick people people who are addicted to these drugs like criminals while i was on the hill i increasingly became convinced that the war on drugs was on the stink there are countless numbers of people who are in prison for. a long sentence in this for whom our own are minor offenders in the drug trade it's a lot watching your children grow up and miss you in waves and say bye daddy as
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you're walking out of a business it's just it doesn't get easier. you know world of big part of the lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bath and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. thief.
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pay. the. russia the usa agreed to a new. call for improved trade relations. the 2 presidents seemingly coming away from the summit in and. we discussed the whole area of issues which are of interest to russia and the united states and we had a discussion we had a great actually we had a great discussion president. it was really a tremendous discussion. in the ongoing trade war between the u.s. and china the world's largest economy also ahead on the program more than 20.


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