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tv   Hard Earned 2015 Ep 6  Al Jazeera  February 17, 2019 4:00am-5:01am +03

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as for mass surveillance digital dissidents on al-jazeera. hello i'm don jordan in doha with a quick reminder the top stories on al-jazeera thousands of volunteers in venezuela have registered to travel to the colombian border to bring in aid food and medicines and the u.s. has become a key issue in the past trouble between president nicolas maduro and opposition leader one by bill john hendren reports. massive us c. seventeen cargo planes bearing aid made the journey from florida's homestead air force base to colombia but the hardest part of the journey lies ahead the short trip over the border to venezuela venezuelan president nicolas maduro has ordered the army not to let it in he says the aid comes with strings from the u.s.
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which he says plans to use it as a trojan horse to overthrow his regime. opposition leader won by dove who proclaimed himself interim president held a rally in caracas before supporters or today were here saying to the world dressed in white that our movement is profoundly peaceful that our movement is also profoundly determined and it's not foolish for being peaceful nor is it going to stay stalled no sir it is profoundly determined that not only humanitarian aid enter but that the usurpation stops once and for all the u.s. military airlifted tons of aid hoping to undermine maduro in his struggle against quite go who now has the backing of more than fifty nations including the u.s. why doe's says he has hundreds of thousands of volunteers ready to distribute the aid and urge the army to lead it in. also there was the message to the venezuelan armed forces seven days for humanitarian aid to enter
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a week for you to do the right thing to put yourselves not only on the side of the constitution we are authorizing the entrance of not only humanitarian aid but also humanity is no exaggeration to say the aid comes with strings the u.s. operation is designed to foment regime change and that's why much of the international aid community is not joining in the international committee for the red cross and united nations relief agencies are refusing to coordinate with the u.s. they say aid should not come with strings. madeira retains the backing of russia and china and claims to have brought nine hundred thirty three tons of medical supplies from china cuba and russia. is calling for a nationwide protests this week to support volunteers planning to travel to the border with colombia to bring the u.s. aid john hendren. washington if the rebels in yemen say they have launched a major attack across the border with saudi arabia is the most significant border fighting to take place since the stockroom agreement aimed at deescalating the
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fighting was signed last december donald trump's nominee for the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. has withdrawn the nomination and the now it says it's in the best interests of her family form a fox news ancona state department spokesperson described the past two months as grueling trump is expected nominate another candidate for the position soon u.s. vice president mike pence was called in the e.u. to pull out of the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal at a security conference in munich speech highlighted the divide between the u.s. and its allies of iran the german chancellor angela merkel call for dialogue in syria and russia say they're preparing to open humanitarian corridors to allow people in the refugee camp to return home well in forty thousand refugees live in the camp on syria's border jordan. and thousands of people have gathered in iran to mourn the deaths of twenty seven revolutionary guard soldiers the men were killed
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in a suicide car bombing in iran's is done in baluchistan province this week the head of iran's revolutionary guard has threatened retaliation over the attack. and it is done we will get revenge for the blood of our martyrs on the saudi arabian and emirates governments we ask the president has time to harney to head of c.p.u. national security council to keep our hands free as they've promised for carrying out retaliate three operations and security has been stepped up ahead of the saudi crown prince's two day visit to asia mom had been summoned perspective this trip by a day when i arrive in pakistan on sunday gatherings of five people or more have not been banned in some areas well those are the headlines the news continues here not as iraq after hardened station that's a watching. previously
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on hard earned my father to tour me down. the tubes if i can afford. going to school to speak publicly with choirs the managers should be certified used to pass the tests whatever it takes to build those. on such. a. good guy is called.
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the. golden. color. for. what. rock and roll. when you get twenty seven selfless when. you want to deliver a strike. mannesmann no legal right to come out and strike.
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t.g. jackson quit his retail job at walgreens and now works as a union organizer campaigning for fifteen dollars an hour. today he delivers notices to inform employers of an upcoming strike. as far as the new greyish drag notice you get it any way possible. a matter. if you don't get their name you write down ok i gave it to a blue shirt which means a manager. before. he got it. she acts like she didn't know what it was the reason this is why this is a strike notice. it's why they see their faces oh my god. you just gotta give them straight facts or something clicks in
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our mind when i say nothing is enough i mean more for my family. but the union job also brings a new financial stress to deejays life. when i first started we had a sit down explain how i needed a car because she may have to meet this person. this other person at three thirty minutes to travel. so now i'm forced to get a car. i have. going to fix this situation with me getting a car and not getting fired from my job. to even have my two thousand dollars least took me for word if. mine's. headed to a mechanic. make an appointment. to see about getting the fish he kicked in and.
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got to meet in his car. rest in a week. i got to figure in my head you know what i won't pay. i'm already down and i need not going to further. just hope as a few hoping the feel. good. news is a good. sense of what is going to. happen job is it going to go. bad know how much it is. usually. ups three hundred fifty books i'm not exactly.
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ninety five for the war on the world. and nineteen for the labor i'm going to take a little over an hour ok can i go to the bank and get the money ok. i'm opinion teacher but that now and you know did it go throw the ball to think again that. i will. well can't beat this one to stick. that's the main thing. you know take my no she can't take it as well or take my car. go on a slow down. their knees. me as her. now only that king is just not going to help. when i see you walking compared to
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twenty years ago isn't my different she's as they walk slow or more cautious about her steps and make sure it's not in front of her that were causing the trip or flown. to medical bills i had a stroke in november i think i have a probably about a dozen co-payments in any surgery co-payments probably about three thousand. and then i retired in may sixteenth. when beverage tires and starts relying on social security the couple's income will fall way short of covering their bills at a time when their house is already in danger of foreclosure.
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we don't know the time. that may matter. following the miscarriage of her twins and a true. to mexico to visit her mother diana gonzalez gets her first job at a local market you teach me you'll. be in the indian army. most of them because they. know. she's not just know them best which.
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is my advice. on the button was having asked. for the most must let it go but i mean it. a lot doesn't it they have normal. you already. seen. in the news this but i was but a village a mother a mask. when i see. leave. the demanded a male eight. years to mr young like a gig this time the. d.v.d.
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. was a guinness gig to get us on i. think you'll. get us a kiss i'll get into any case. they get because you know it. but i don't want to mystify you. so. lessen my love. that almost all mean what i mean but also i meant that i think it's a lot of so it's. eight month old movies do not doing. very. well the real sponsorship and you
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see. all of. the good. that you see good but. helton kennedy has been promoted to junior manager at sweet tomatoes after passing his food safety exam on the second try this is me sort of typical. of the but i think. that is an awful washer it's almost everyone persist. she said i mean they could have it. we know but is. there but. it's a big deal for this kind of like a daisy here for me to run the restaurant. now as a merger and as the car. going to completion i feel like. hilton was also working as a dishwasher at google but quit because he saw no opportunity for advancement so
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magnificent twelve seems to have us. hell now try to make it on the income from this one job where he'll be earning twelve dollars an hour. i think that he has the potential. to move up and become a salaried manager. be maybe one day my shoes. i mean that's the same. message. that is to the best of my simple from jennifer something that. said you know.
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there's. this whole process took almost a year from the first thought i wanted to look at listings to go into open houses. now it's real. elizabeth and jose marino bought their first house a few weeks ago now it's i when i'm at school i'm thinking about. the things i want to do and enjoying the space with my wife and my son the i have. a friend who has some pitbulls. bugle boy here you can do whatever you want you know elizabeth. it will get all but i made a mistake in the side to bring it home anyways i caught
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a lot of flack for it but that's how we got to. his name is shakur. right now that we own the house it's getting harder and harder managing our money before we had just our own each our own account now we have a joint account and so we put twelve hundred dollars a month for the mortgage for any bills. or thing for the for you given us pressure groups are going to do a very interesting thing the guitar player came out in. the couple is refurbishing the basement for elizabeth's parents to live in she's been helping them pay their mortgage but can no longer do so now that she owns her own home take a run with it because i'm one of the great guessing that that check for a while. i suppose not the other day and he's like you know what's going to i was going to give many excuses i was like i'm not
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studying you know rats obvious why are you here jose needs to pass one final math class to graduate with an associate's degree in radio communications i'm not apply myself enough the semester. it's a make or break semester. right now i'm breaking the. master's only subject that's holding me back. you get paid on the diplomas you have. this is just a piece of paper. but that paper is so much. after
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her shift at walgreens to keep to a conspiracy of her kids and they spend an hour commuting home. her boyfriend d.j. works long hours at his union job often getting home after the kids have gone to bed. so i. said. ok. marge is a dime past that i'm even though he was late as one and she supposed to be sleeping he supposed now he's in big school now. have to work today. oh there ok now we have a problem but he is like a package ok when i got to give him another packet because he finishes paglu too quick then me this need to be chosen is still kicking my butt.
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and i got some. stuff today i was helping a little bit but it was you know it are still ok. hopefully acca try to make up when me for wednesday when i'm off hopefully i can get in if not i'll probably go to the emergency room. chiquita is dealing with an undiagnosed abdominal ailments i don't give sick very often by when i do get sick it's like. like we hope and i don't like my kids to see me like that i want them to feel like i'm a superhero at the same time i have a lot going on with my body. i was supposed to go to a doctor and. time all days are wednesdays and sundays when i call up there in the course the box office is. day and sundays it's not open so i have not been to the doctor yet. i don't have any more paid sick days and i feel
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like they don't care about the well being the people who work there well you know you're stretched thin when you're at the corner work out time and. not pharmacists at work because that's pretty much a close as i would get to a doctor and i accept what's the best medicine to take the corner of happy and healthy. but i'm scared if i call i'm going to go to work the next day and i have a job. or you don't. know. britain percy has settled
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into his new job at a small family owned machine shop. all right and he got him back to work out an add on diet and a. brand. new one i did a. mars one last. you do it this morning going ok so far. what i can see the really bad. what a treat employees are really like. i know been to a place where the general manager comes out the floor speaks every employee individual about their family and how they're doing. percy is still employed through a temp agency he's hoping to change the syringe and.
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i'm still. working through an agency that spawns me to do their manual labor. the what they're going now this company here they're talking to me about working through them. made me a little more money for me. to . pay for the rent but they're saying there are no give me one second. it's thursday i resent the part time job that's been a constant on cod his life for several decades i saw my song once again
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tony you want to hear. her one shift a week attracts friends and family including her daughter nicole sister simone and grandson anthony. weiner oh yes and it is ironic. that. nicole who used to work at rosie. angela's son liberates her twenty ninth birthday . yeah. i liked working here i'd love to come back. i did the fact that i was a phone girl is what we're called. we always work together fine and i usually like i was going to be in trouble for something or if i didn't like i got my tongue pierced and i decided to wait till i came here to tell her that she could beat me in public. just take the play them and take the support of me or. i know the book less in the last place you know i would just try to see people.
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with my daughter i was not a good boy. today she's my best friend. amelia has been in recovery from substance abuse for twenty three years when her daughter was born and drug use caused her to miss the first six years of nicole's life. it's over and it's been over she hasn't made bad choices like been a long time. and i think she's grateful that i've forgiven her i think even more importantly she's forgiven herself. and now we can go because she still beat herself up for it. i mean he has been invited to a weekend retreat to speak to high schoolers about her experience of substance abuse. i'm not ashamed of my past i'm nervous talking about it with strangers
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because i get all the good youngsters and yeah you don't want to you don't want their job one kid listens to get something out of you succeeded all right. she's lucky that she made it out of that time period alive. and i think for her using those experiences to help other people can do some great good. operation snowball is a peer to peer suppose. network that helps kids navigate the pitfalls of teenage years. the be up there. so what do we do to a clock. at. five i know you killed it i'm going to go if i want to give
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a little introduction i'm going to set an expectation really that this is a real life experience you can't get more law than this so it will be no meeting. just move. the fun. the big breaking news story can be chaotic and frantic behind the scenes. people shouting instructions and you're trying to provide the best most accurate up today's information as quickly as you can. it's when you come off air on things thinking that you realize you witness history in the making.
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a story of revolution defiance and murder i'm told by. a major figure in the war against the french occupation. the french one whose bravery even impressed him and. one to inspire others in the fight for him and after death to get that here good luck i'll be getting a lot of b. ben mcgeady the algerian revolutionary on al-jazeera. it's a daunting climb to one of the holiest sites in bhutan tiger's nest ball astri seems to defy gravity every beauty's is expected to complete the pilgrimage to ensure peace and happiness when it became a democracy in two thousand and eight the time put happiness at the center of all political policy inspiring the un to pass a resolution urging other nations to follow betimes example but how do you measure it many birds unease happiness is what we ensure it if it is quantifiable but by
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simply turning its pursuit into policy bhutan has done what no other country has. hello i'm daryn jordan in doha with a quick reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera thousands of volunteers in venezuela have registered to travel to the colombian border to bring in u.s. aid they took an oath before the opposition leader one in the capital caracas more than two hundred tons of aid as arrived at the colombian border food and medicines and the u.s. has become a key issue in the power struggle between president nicolas maduro and one quite old john hendren has more from washington d.c. these planes came massive c. seventeen cargo planes from homestead air force base all the way from florida landing in nearby columbia but the longest or the most difficult part of that trip
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is getting across the border into venezuela because that is where president nicolas maduro has asked the army to block aid coming in from the u.s. donald trump's nominee for the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. has withdrawn the nomination at the now it says it's in the best interests of the family the former fox news and current state department spokesperson described the past two months as grueling trump is expected to nominate another candidate for the position soon. who the rebels in yemen say they have launched a major attack across the border with saudi arabia it's the most significant border fighting to take place since the stockholm agreement aimed at deescalating the fighting was signed last december u.s. vice president mike pence has called on the e.u. to pull out of the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal but a security conference in munich his speech highlighted the divide between the u.s. and its allies over iran for the german chancellor angela merkel calls for dialogue
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. syria and russia say they're preparing to open humanitarian corridors to allow people in the rock band refugee camp to return home more than forty thousand refugees live in the camp on syria's border with jordan. security has been stepped up ahead of this saudi crown prince's two day trip to asia had been postponed his trip by a day and when i arrive in pakistan on sunday gatherings of five people or more are now banned in some areas and thousands of people have gathered in iran damone the deaths of twenty seven revolutionary guards the men were killed in a suicide car bombing in iran sistan and baluchistan province this week head of iran's revolutionary guard threatened retaliation over the attack well those were the headlines and used continues here on al-jazeera after harder states have done so much of it up.
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so. i haven't seen my father. for the last six months i've been going through a lot losing my grandmother losing my uncle did i lived in a house with and i just felt like obvious sick to my stomach if something happens to my father so i have to learn to put my pride aside in just say ok dad we have our issues but we have to speak. and also i have to get a car i could keep my job and he knows a lot of people. d.j. and his dad have had a rocky relationship they haven't seen each other in fourteen months. i said. and in town my dad comes in again today it's like feel like i'm
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in high school all over again. i watched college again. the same errors are so caustic. it's a. new quick. period were. nice sorts of. things to be doing well. we've had so many to do. something as mom became young parents way too early they don't necessarily get your handbook when you know you leave the hospital when the kid is like yeah. we're learning on the fly and i think that's all pulled so many punches with very dear. much. he as a young man hasn't always been able to absorb them like if they have.
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a right to come i get back and laugh and laugh even with the situation with the current emu i'll be the first to help him out of the situation my part is to try to show him their ways to make him. pay attention to the little things the details do which you need to do when you need to. apologize if they came out a loser knows very important people to me just. made me. just wake up. times not jewish. all the other stuff this. and want to stand for things i used to. people places things. the opposition. we have not always agree and we
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still are trying to find ways to fix things. there's no point in talk about him no there's no point at all. in the. churchill remain i will say flying. i appreciate. and st. louis in here and i will not be my kids' life. and you're a big boy now an ass time for you to go get back to us now you x. four in this is was going to happen we're going to put you in the water is just
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like swimming pool we'll get right back up and out there though no way no cries somebody else crying left honestly it takes two seconds ok come on let's do this as we've heard. well brother we baptize you in the name of the five k. in the name of the sun yeah oh no no no. no go home and go. live. somewhere else is here now to. go i care already loaded up their eyes they. gave. me. a. little. give me that you break the window it was like it was just one of them just
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coming. up i really really proud mostly day too wide to grow up and do the exact same thing see church home that he feels really good. he's just acting like a big book. i need for medicine down to think. that i've been out of work for about three. years to kiddos undiagnosed ailments continues to trouble her she recently made a trip to the emergency room first time first time it's ever happened that's mine and i was gone i know i was having a heart attack. back was hard and i didn't know what was when i. hope it never ever listen to my heart on top pain for it to keep coming. and they don't care about the wellness stuff how you doing things that i was like i mean we had the backing of called i am planning for one day like seriously they thought they thought that i
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was spanking and i'm like i was three o'clock i get off in four so i would make at the end of my shit if you know what i'm saying and i have one on my back right now and the really don't want this baby and was born on me. i just know what i. want to hire and you know. as we all believe. this is what. we did speak up one morning when able to work so well. but i'll be alright i'll just stay strong. with. me here. i'm going. to look. it up or. not some
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to fix it's a good idea will be new so there we go somewhere we know what's wrong with it and then i just say i know this and this and this and. i'm going to. push comes to shove we're just going to fix. it. sucks when you don't have money for emergencies. this far there seems seems a lot on the plate. last week was my final format. but i'm waiting for the great. the. ground listening to read and see the concert we make real the american dream if you worked while attending him see stand up and say i am insane. you experienced having to choose between paying for licensing chills and buying
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tickets books stand up and say i am insane. you are a veteran to say have m m c. m s i was today. i would have walked. with everybody you know jose decided to skip the graduation ceremony because he was unsure if he had passed his final math class applying for graduation or not nor graduating with her for. well all must score lower grades all right hello. or. oh. i don't have a deep edina past
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a class. check. i'm. not a. great deal. i'm a dame. i wouldn't say master. and i think thank you. i have actually campaigned on. i'm a literature member. so here. long we're together
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we want to go speak for you today who's never done this in hollywood ever she's going to tell you a story of survival so you want to use. it to thank you thank you thank you thank you i am really nervous. and i think because it's i need to talk to you about my own struggles with drugs and alcohol and it all started at your age i moved here from italy. i was ten years old i remember walking through the hallways and people would just walk by and hit my books you know and they would fall and i would just cry because i couldn't protect myself i didn't speak in english and. sometimes i still get some emotional but. that set the tone for probably the next fifteen years of my life. when i went to middle school i remember to skid he was cool and
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yes me to want to smoke a cigarette and. smoke a cigarette we went behind a tree and smoked a cigarette and then he said you want to hit off of this and it was a joint and i got to tell you i took a hit off the joint and i thought i was a different human being i went from smoking pot at but that kid to do an essay of anything that made me forget about who i was were was that and what i looked like was what i wanted i wanted what you had i want to your mom and dad i wanted your blond hair i wanted your blue eyes i want to get i wanted your legs if i could have all of that i'd been here and now why i need to be somewhere else i think i was always trying to commit suicide but i didn't have the guts to actually do it i got to tell you were drugs took me crack cocaine instantly took every single thing that i hear i had no morals left by the time i was done i had i
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was about seventy five pounds almost eighty pounds when i got sober i met a man in my dreams you know we all have one of those and two years later i am pregnant with my daughter and everybody asked me to abort because i was a drug addict and i said no i was going to have this baby you know because i'm just fine this is great i'm going to have this baby i have this baby. and. the scotts always talk with me. i remember when my daughter was six months old and we had no food for her she had beaten in two days. and she had cried for about forty eight hours and. i finally took the bus took two buses to my mother's house it was that week before easter and my mother answered the front door and i said i can't take your point more and i left her there and and there she lived and my
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daughter was six years old when i got sober she hated me she despised me. and. you know today i can tell you that i have a great relationship with her but i have to work might have to gain that respect from her. i know i'm jumping back and forth but i just wanna say that i want to say watched one of your groups and i'm going to tell you how envious i was to watch you guys interact i never had that kind of a group where you guys support each other and you tell each other how everything's going to be ok because i think ultimately it's all but that's what we're all looking for isn't it for somebody to say you're ok you're going to be ok you're going to make it no matter what happens maybe i can't do this alone but we together we can do it and i think that that's what this group does it says we as a group can do this. and i honor to be here thank you so much thank.
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you and. see no i'm sorry you sure oh my god i don't and didn't you feel good when you said you had to fight like a million bucks look at your home even beyond your reach i mean are you kidding me yeah. i could go into the sitting room you did it once. the. new solutions we. see most strongly going to day. a week later at the high school that organize the of that amelia picks up letters of appreciation from the kids. and i think you're on and off for speaking at small ball this year i have
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a family member who struggles with addiction and your story really stuck with me. i'm from a huge italian family so right from the start i can relate to you additionally my family has a lot of history with drug addictions there's a million hoops more opportunities arise to speak. to youth groups and i think the very thing that brought her down now she can teach people how to come back up. i love it. and mean now it could potentially be a way of life for her or all of us thank you once again samantha small ball twenty fourteen pretty amazing. i'd love to be a part of it. but i have to get through my riding season first and i'm going to be on that motorcycle. a lot.
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for my degree i need a internship i guess three to like with a song me and so it hired me. are already doing my check ok i could trust laurence or jose's occasional work at the radio station supplements his full time clerical job i'm working for nine dollars an hour obviously the pay is better with a planet that was a full time job but i mean this is a lot of fun and if you have interaction with people it's how it goes by fast money . it's hard for me to believe that he's going to get a full time job in radio you know but i have to be supportive. as a clerical worker it's just hard for him because he feels as though it's very redundant work which it's true. like i enjoy what i do so that's what he wants to feel italian but i got to think of my family. are
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there to serve the other big baby no one else like me there is no baby number two here. elizabeth is eight weeks pregnant. it makes me feel happy or sad. but essentially we just gain more responsibilities and now i can't afford not to make seventy miles an hour. maybe going to stone double masi. a little on the. hiltons hope of being able to make it on just one job of shortland. in addition to car expenses hilton and diane i just received the medical bills from the pregnancy and miscarriage. make a field that was like thirteen thousand two hundred. i don't have the money to pay . health ins now back to working more than eighty hours a week. disconcerted it all mental but it's also. said
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look it will come up with almost double the i will tell you most of the middle. and put it almost out of order so it's a little bit. percy occasionally joins his retired friends to go fishing. with vivian the tab i'm going to keep on working part time this moment i feel good. and i'm a put it this way this class of people you know to have and have nots. the have nots i don't want a disco fling. and i have and don't want to have nice to have with a guy. i'm going to have nots. all of all of this which is now. current bull and. you got to take your burger with the sweet and come to fruition.
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yes i think you called serving the no forty five. had the weight right back up so fifty drafts make sure our stay with oprah for troy. and on the road every says there. it's strike day in downtown chicago for d.j. and the fight for fifteen campaign. last night after night. after night for five. that i have. had to. use down i hope i'm still organizing because i'm getting really passionate
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about what i do. have. that. was. you have to have one voice. people saying the exact same thing. you give a chihuahua. i. i i twenty six states raise their minimum wage in twenty fourteen mandated by voter and legislative action. seattle and san francisco voted to raise their minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour the highest in the nation.
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at the shop of her good friends and lori amelia gets her bike put back in she hasn't been able to ride for eight months. now what was that one little wire was touching up. from you all the way. i am going to kill this mother to i swear to you man if i beat up your dad. to the fish. act there won't be any money in there i made not get one hundred six i don't care shit today i'm. screwed.
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we're trying to vote for the minimum wage increase on november the fourth and i'm trying to make sure we all go i mean both. groups are sacred fabregas effect was a good word so. i do remember the rest of the bone marrow. for.
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us but for the final fitting to get.
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hello there the rain is finally beginning to easing california has been very very wet for many of us here and along other parts of the u.s. west coast and up into canada lot of heavy rain has been seen and we will say seen a fair few landslides as well all of that the easing and things will continue to dry up as we head through the next few days a few showers perhaps that nothing more than that instead some more intense rain we working its way towards the east we see some in the southeast and further north we'll be seeing that system freshly turned wintery so loss of snow there as we head through the day on monday and heavy rain a bit further towards the south and behind that system the temperatures really are dropping away for the central americas we've seen one area of what weather over the
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past couple of days but that is now easing so most of us will see dry weather on sunday should be some good spells of sunshine around and not really much in the way of showery whether it's. more showers that are a bit further south in fact for rio it's been incredibly wet over the last day or so that area of rain is still with us on sunday still giving us some heavy rain and showers to the south working their way into power and why as well as we had our way into monday there's not really a great deal of change the temperatures are on the rise for some of us one is ari's will be all the way up at thirty one by monday. the latest news as it breaks health officials say vaccination rates here have dropped significantly with detailed coverage bandspread onto the street he celebrates the country has to work when despite being the underdogs in the tournament. from around the world there is growing resentment towards this currency
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you know exists here in senegal but throughout france you're prone west africa. whether it's canton culturally in australia wild in ferocious in bangladesh earthrise redresses the balance between endangered wildlife and the noisy neighbors . that the border is right there and there's nothing between how you have an event and human habitat learning to live together on al-jazeera how many people here have seen a tiger but they're going to go really we know the culture we know the problems that affect this part of the world very very well and that is something that we're trying to take to the rest of the world we have gone to places and reported on a story that it might take an international networks months to be able to do it united nations peacekeepers are out there going i'm tired and old. we are
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